graphitic matter. matter-fangled, extirely.
above the slop. the matter 110 : 83
Mattery. v. W.Som. To discharge pus.
insoluble matter 111 : 11
a matter of some question 111 : 17
extirely [sic] a matter of speculation 111 : 36
impracticable, as no matter what 111 : 42
no matter how 111 : 108
Mattery, adj. Nhb. Wordy; loquacious.
volatile matter 112 : 4
clay and vegetable matter 112 : 12
matter, ash, and graphitic 112 : 43
matter. the covered 112 : 44
matter. a lower 112 : 44
matter in coal 112 : 44
matter content in graphite 112 : 44
Matty. adj. Sc. Yks. Nhp. Matted, twisted, interwoven.
matter from 112 : 45
matter, determination of 112 : 80
Matter-fangled. adj. Cum. In incipient dotage; muddle-headed, confused.
matter 112 : 44
all but one (or two?) instance(s) of matter in Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines Bulletin,
three issues bound together; UC Berkeley copy, digitized September 24, 2010 —
Joseph T. Singewald, Jr. Concentration Experiments with the Siliceous Red Hematite of the Birmingham District, Alabama. (1917) google books
Frederick W. Horton. Molybdenum; Its Ores and their Concentration with a discussion of markets, prices, and uses. (1916) google books
George D. Dub and Frederick Moses. Mining and Preparing Domestic Graphite for Crucible Use. (1920) google books
same volume at hathitrust
tags: dotage; graphite; matter; muddles