Neuwieder Green is either the same as mountain green, or Schweinfurt green mixed with gypsum or sulphate of baryta.
Green edges are often produced by using Schweinfurt's green or silk-green.
We can find no trace of this; it may refer to the 1607 Schweinfurt edition mentioned above.
His birthplace is supposed to be Schweinfurt, but it is to be sought, in reality, somewhere on the banks of the Euphrates.
He was apprenticed to the town piper of Suhl and became organist at Schweinfurt.
He became organist at Schweinfurt, and ultimately director of the town musicians at Erfurt.
A solution of Schweinfurt green has been used with some success; its cost is $2.50 per acre.
It is the same compound, chemically speaking, as Schweinfurt green (which see).