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Image from page 302 of "New-York, past, present, and future : comprising a history of the city of New-York, a description of its present condition, and an estimate of its future increase" (1850)

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Title: New-York, past, present, and future : comprising a history of the city of New-York, a description of its present condition, and an estimate of its future increase
Year: 1850 (1850s)
Authors: Belden, E. Porter (Ezekiel Porter), 1823-1911
Subjects: New York (N.Y.) -- History New York (N.Y.) -- Description and travel
Publisher: New-York : Prall, Lewis & Co.
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library

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he floor. The GoLDEiV Age Sto^-e is a remarkable invention. In appearance it is a beautiful Parlor Stove, andno one would suppose it to be anything else, hut by a most ingenious contrivance, it can be at oncechanged into a Cooking Stove, with two boiler holes, and a large and convenient oven. The moment thecooking is finished, it can be turned back immediately into a Parlor Stove—a hands me ornament to anyroom. The Raixbow Cooking Stove, invented by Elihu Smith, has accomplished what has long beendesired. Many a man who, in these days of Cooking Stoves, has eaten meats baked in Stove ovens, haswished for the times to return when meats were roasted on a spit before a bright fire. Every one know*how much better was the flavor eiven by that old-fashioned mode of cooking. The same flavor is obtainedby using this new Stove. In addition to the baking oven, it has a place for roasting in front, where meatis cooked in a free circulation of air, and by the heat thrown from the burning coals.

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MANUPACTUllER AND DEALER in all kinds of ikm, (Tin k Itjnt Srnn Wm. 383 SIXTH AVENTTE, (between 23d and 24th streets.) Keeps constantly on hand. Stoves, Hollow Ware,Britaimia, Cutlery, and Kitchen Furniture in general. Wood and Willow Ware, Meat Safes, Refrigera-tors, Step Ladders, Clothes Horses, Mats, &c. N. B. All Jobbing in the above line done in theiipjite^t manner. Particular attention paid to Tin and all kinds ofAlftnl R otiiiJT.Gutter?, Leaders, <S:c., in every branch.

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Date: 2014-07-30 16:00:40

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