A dangerous but very extensively used illuminating liquid before coal oil was discovered was camphene, distilled from turpentine.
Rub the spots of mortar with a stiff brush dipped in sharp, hot vinegar, and paint spots with burning fluid or camphene and sand.
Hydrochlorate of turpentine, Hydrochlorate of camphene, Artificial camphor.
"These are very pretty lamps—I never can see by a camphene lamp," said her husband.
camphene will extract grease and clean ribbons without changing the color of most things.
To complete this room, and make it look like other people's we want a piano and camphene lamps.
"And it was as strong as camphene," said Lynch, as he tumbled into bed.
One night, while she was dressing in her private room at the theatre, a camphene lamp exploded and her face was shockingly burned.
"But, George, I do not think our room is complete without a camphene lamp," said Esther sharply.
I have only one cheap drink left—one glass of camphene whiskey, which seems to burn my very soul.