Portfire

Port'fire` noun A case of strong paper filled with a composition of niter, sulphur, and mealed powder, -- used principally to ignite the priming in proving guns, and as an incendiary material in shells.
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portfire

A case of strong paper filled with a composition of niter, sulphur, and mealed powder, used principally to ignite the priming in proving guns, and as an incendiary material in shells. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Portfire

• (n.) A case of strong paper filled with a composition of niter, sulphur, and mealed powder, -- used principally to ignite the priming in proving guns, and as an incendiary material in shells.
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portfire

prepared paper cylinder used to fire rockets and fireworks
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