This is the article generally sold by dealers for chloride of gold. It is made by adding to the solution of gold in nitro-muriatic acid, a solution of as much, by weight, of common salt as there is of gold, and evaporating. It crystalizes in a bright' yellow powder, and is supposed by inexperienced daguerreo- f, typists to be of a purer quality, becauseit has the color of the metal.