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During the quarter just past there sailed from
emigrants, of whom 832 were cabin, and 13,162 Already a stupendous International Exhibition steerage passengers. Of these 66 ships, with 829 at Berlin is talked of in three years, which will be cabin, and 12,859 steerage passengers were for the quite time enough, all things considered, say we. United States, the remainder for Victoria. Dar.
ABRIDGED SPECIFICATIONS OF At a meeting of the Western Union Telegraph ing, the quarter there also sailed 61 short ships, directors, lately held at New York, it has been with 1,734 passengers, making the total emigration
PATENTS, decided, in view of the successful working of the for the quarter 15,728, which is a decres
of 9,049 Atlantic cable, that it is not advisable to expend on the corresponding quarter of last year. The The Abridged Specifications of Patents given below are any more money on the Russian extension at pre. emigration during March was 6,8:8.
classified, according to the subjects to which the respective sent. The distance across the Russian territory The patents for France, Belgium, and Holland, of classification adopted, the numerical and chronological
inventions refer, in the following Table. By the system yet to be completed is about 3,000 miles.
of the lubricating apparatus for the cylinders of order of the specifications is preserved, and combined with A curious assertion has been made apropos of the locomotives and condensing engines, invented by all the
advantages of a division
into classes. It should be now coinage for Belgium-namely, that it is laid the engine-driver Kessler, were lately sold at anderstood thatthese abridgements are prepared excladown as a principle by medallists of the continent Frankfort for 50,000 francs.
sively for this Magazine from official copies supplied by that no Sovereign who is not a founder of a dynasty
At a recent special meeting of the Nottingham the Government, and are therefore the property of the has his head turned to the left on a coip. and sand, just taken from the mines, have been their meeting in the neighbourhood of that town in BOILERS AND FORNACES, —2332, 2339
Some very fine specimens of Mados gold in quartz invite the Royal Agricultural Society to hold warned_not to produce them without an acknowledge shown in Toronto as well as Kingston. Jewellers the year 1868. Handsome subscriptions are already BUILDINGS AND BUILDING MATERIALS,--2307, 2315, 2320, there, pronounce it superior in quality to either promised, and Lord Middleton has offered to place 2323, 2346 Californian or Australian gold. The two Birmingham Gas Companies propose to the society. his extensive and beautiful park at the disposal of CHEMISTRY AND PROTOGRAPHY-2362
CULTIVATION OF THE SOIL, including agricultural implereduce the price of gas, and the rates announced by Dr. T. Anderson has reported to Government ELECTRICAL APPARATUS.–2285, 2329
ments and machines,--2304, 2348, 2858 the Birmingham and Staffordshire Gas Company that great success has attended the introduction of FIBROOS FABRIOS, including machinery for treating fibres, are from 28. 6d., 28. 9d., and 33., the present rates, the mahogany tree into the Calcutta Botanical pulp, paper, &c.,-2290, 2292, 2297, 2308, 2324, 2347, to 28.5d., 2s. 70., and 29. 9d.
Gardens. Several of the trees, originally intro- 2350, 2361, 2352 At the meeting of the Society of Engineers, held duced in 1795 from Jamaica as young troes, were FOOD AND BEVERAGES, including apparatus for preparing on Monday last (W. H. Le Feuvre, Esq., Presi.destroyed in the cyclone of 1861, when they were
food for men and aniinals,--2298 dent, in the chair), the following gentlemen were seventy-one years of age. They had attained a
FURNITORE AND APPAREL, including household utensils, elected :-Honorary Members:-Sir John Herschel, very large size, averaging from 12ft. in girth at 4ft.
time-keepers, jewellery, musical instruments, &c,, Bart., F.R.S.; Sir David Brewster, K.H.,F.R.S., s above the ground. The wood is in great demand at
2299, 2310, 2321, 2322, 2335, 2343, 2354, 2361
GENERAL MACHINERY,-2300, 2303, 2306, 2311, 2312, 2313, G. B. Airy, F.R.S.; Lyon Playfair, F.R.S.; W. high prices in Calcutta. Dr. Anderson believes 2316, 2319, 2325, 2333, 2316, 2340, 2344, 2345, 2363 J. M. Rankine, F.R.S.; William Pole, F.R.S.; that the mahogany tree might as easily be spread LIGHTING, HEATING, AND VENTILATING, — 2291, 2301, 2318, J. C. Adams, F.R.S.; R. Napier, M.I.C.E., John over all parts of Bengal as the larch has been in Metals, including apparatus for their manufacture,Penn, F.R.S.; and Joseph Whitworth, F.R.S., Britain. Esqrs.; M. Eugene Flachat, and Herr F. Grashof. A new method for manufacturing gas by intro MISCELLANEOUS,—2305, 2309, 2331, 2359 Members :-John C. Carruthers, William Naylor, ducing petroleum with lime water into the retorts Roads and VEHICLES, including railway plant and care Adam Dixon, and Al-xander Chaplin, Esqrs, when charged with coal, has been patented in Ame- riages, saddlery, and harness, &c., -2286, 2295, 2302, Foreign Members :-John Skwarcow, and David rica. It is claimed that the cost of the gas is 30 or Magnus, Esqrs. Associates :-Thomas Allcock, 40 per cent. less than when made with coal only.
SHIPS AND BOATs, including their fittings,-2294, 2327, and Thomas Hulburd, Esqrs. The London and North-Western Railway, have that have been sent from this country to the Paris WABFABE,—2287, 2293, 2304, 2326, 232, 233, 2338
It is reported that some of the hardware goods STEAM'ENGINES,–2288, 2295, 2317, 2320, 2353 ing 1,319 miles open, carries 20,000,000 passengers Exhibition have suffered considerable damage from a year; while the South-Eastern, on 330 miles, the oxidising influence of the winterly weather that carries 17,000,000 passengers ;, the Brighton, on has prevailed since the cases in which they have 300 miles, carries 16,700,000; the Great Northern, been stored have been dispatched.
2285 A. V. NEWTON. Improvements in the construction
of electric clocks, and in the means employed in working the on 400 miles, carries 5,500,000; the Great Eastern,
The New York Glass Manufacturing Company of same: (A Comunication.) Dated September 5, 1866. on 700 miles, carries 13,400,000; and the South Newburg, Wisconsin, are now successfully turning
This invention is not described apart from the drawings. Western, on 503 miles, carries 10,000,000 pas- out quantities of glassware from rock, with the Patent completed.
two peculiarities of unequalled toughness and an- 2286 J. EDWARDS. Improvements in the pernianent way There is a project on foot for constructing a approachable cheapness. This ore, which is really of railways. Dated September 6, 1866.
Provisional protection bas not been granted for this insay the least, is quite novel.' It is proposed to make pure glass or silicate of iron, in a crystallised, and a park which shall represent the United States in world, as in the columnar basaltic rock of the Pali. hence opaque condition, exists in many parts of the
2287 W. P. BARDELL and W. POWELL. Improvements is for each state and territory, and the position of famous Giant's Causeway. But all efforts to utilise tion of the parts of gun and pistol locks, whereby the cock miniatore, a proportionate portion being set apart sades' of the Hudson, of St. Helena, and of the sun hand pistoi dacks.si Piated September 6, 286. these parts to correspond with the actual location it for the manufacture of glass have proved singu. or hammer, after it has struck the percussion cap on the of the state and territories which they represent.
larly unsuccessful until the invention of Mr. Wash. nipple, or the striker in case of a central fire or needle gun Raphael's picture of the preaching of St. John burn. This glass ore, or silicate of iron, is to be or pistol, and discharged the gun or pistol, returns to half the Baptist has just been placed in the Louvre at found in unlimited quantities on the shores of Lake cock, and only requires to be raised to fall cock by the band Paris. The picture has a singular history. At one Superior.
prior to the next discharge of the gun or pistol. Patent time it was sold to a dealer for 59 francs, and con
We notice that an invention, designed as a sidered rather dear at the price. When it came protection to a fireman on his entrance into Dated September 6, 1866.
2288 W. CUTHBERT, Improvoments in steam whistles. into the possession of the French authorities it was reduced to the condition of a mere rag, but by the Quebec. "It consists of a finely-perforated brass a burning room, has recently been tested in This invention consists in carrying through the crown of
the bell, and through the tongue, a rod, the lower end of labour of M. Willens, a Belgian painter, it has at length been perfectly restored.
ball, attached to the inner extremity of the brass which carries a valve which is kept raised either by a spring The Leeds Corporation have adopted a steam throwing a heavy spray upon his person, while he lever-which is hinged to a protection attached to the pot nozzle of the hose, which acts as a powerful rosette, or by the pressure of the steam; the
upper end of the rod er: stone-breaking machine, which performs its work is directing the main stream upon the fire before on the crown or otherwise - bears upon the top of the roda very well, and reduces the cost from 15d. per ton him, thus® smothering the flames all around the When it is required to sound the whistle, chis leverbis to 3d. or 4d. The machine breaks 100 tons of lime-holder's person.
pressed down by hand or otherwise, so as to force down the stone per day. Labour is also saved in the carting
At the monthly ballot of the Institution of Civil to escape through the ordinary apertures and sound the
rod and thereby open the valve; the steam is thas allowed of the stone, for it is discharged wholesale from the Engineers, the following candidates were balloted whistle. The invention further consists in a method of conhopper of the machine, and fills a cart in six forand duly elected:-As members-Mr. C. N. Bell, structiog a double toned whistle. Patent completed. minutes. Mr. Peabody is pestered to death by people want. Mr. J. F. Bourne, Mr. J. E. Boyd, Mr. William
2289 P. SMITH. Improvements in the making of wool ing money. He states that the number of begging Dennis, Mr. John Marley, Mr. William Martley. quard coverings of gill boxes
for the preparing and draw. letters is so great that it is impossible for him to Donaldson, M.A,, Mr. William Hartree, Mr. H. Dated September 6, 3866 editors of newspapers to insert a caution to would. G. Hulbert, Mr.
Thomas Jackson, jun., Mr. E. D. guard or wool guard covering with a joint or hinge, so be applicants for money; and, as he is about to Mathew V, H. B. Rotton, Mr. Peter Thomson, that it can be raised up in the manner of a bid without any revisit England, it may be as well to state that one
unscrewing, and can be as easily reclosed. The shape of of his last acts, before leaving Americe, has been The analysis of the Loch Katrine water supplied to the guard will be slightly altered to admit of its working to make a bonfire of 4,000 of these begging epistles Glasgow shows 0:3
deg. of hardness ; in London that upon the joint or hinge. "Patent abandoned.
2290 W. Selby. Improvements in the manufacture of Knowing what an infliction useless correspondence of the New River Company shows 16's deg.; of the is, we readily comply with Mr. Peabody's request. Kent Company 20 deg.; of the other companies, ornamental lace in twisi lace machines. Dated September The preparations for the approaching show of intermediate degrees, never ranging higher than
For the purposes of this invention ordinary warp the Royal Agricultural Society, at Bury St. 194 deg: The Registrar-General states the im- tbreads and extra warp threads are used, aud different Edmonds, are making active progress.
The purities in the rivers and other sources of the Lon. mesbings and weavings are formed; one sort of meshing or Great Eastern Railway Company have abont fifty don supply are gradually decomposed; and als weaving is produced by the twisting and wearing of the men at work laying down additional sidings, and though the original quantity of sewage or its equi- ordinary warp threads with their bobbin
Of carriage providing other accommodation. A loading dock valent was considerable, in nearlyall cases it is satis. duced in other
parts or localities
in the same laces by the is to be provided on the ground adjoining the rail. factory to find that in the last month this matter twisting of the extra warp threads with the bobbin or carway, so that cattle, implements, &c,, may be converted into comparatively harmless compounds. riage threads. Patent completed. delivered upon the show field. Near the centre of According to a return furnished by the Engineer 2291 G. Pimm. Improvements in ovens for baking. the ground, and along the line of a former foot of the Metropolitan Board of Works, the average Dated September 6, 1866. path leading to the railway, the erection of a line daily quantity of sewage pumped into the River Io performing this invention the inventor forms the oven which arrived shortly after the close of the Ply was 50,150,783 gallons, or 227,654 cubic metres, tubing, in which are numerous small perforations are of buildings has been commenced, the materials for Thames
at the Southern Outfall Works, Crossness, of an iron casing lined with Brebricks or tiles, and below mouth show, in 1865, and which have since been equivalent to about as many tons by weight. We which the gas is burnt. The oven is enclosed within stowed away.
may add that a cubic metre is equal in volume to another larger chamber, by preference of brick, in such At the last general monthly meeting of the 353174 cubic feet, or to 220.0967 imperial gallons. manner as to leave a hollow space all around the oven, Royal Institution of Great Britain, held on Mon. It is nearly equivalent to the old English ton of cept at one of its ends, where the oven is provided with a the chair), Charles John Leaf, Esq., "John Neal, general use on the continent, and is a much better heated air from the burners to pass all around
the oven by day, April 1. (Wm. Spottiswoode, Esq., F.R.S., in four hogsheads, holding 35-248 cubic feet. It is in door. The space around the oven he divides into 1988 Esq., and Evan Wynne Roberts,"'Esq., were unit for measuring sewage or water supply than the passing successively through these passages. Pate.st abanelected Members of the Institution.
3292 J. BULLOUGH. Improvements in looms for weaving. 2303 A. MACKIE. Certain improvements in machinery 2314 O. T. BUROE88. Improvements in reaping machines, Dated Septemher 6, 1866.
or apparatus for " composing," or "setting" type. Dated Dated September 8, 1866. This invention consists in various improved contrivances September 7, 1866.
The patentee claims, first, the so arranging the delivery and arrangements of mechanism for enabling a shuttle in The present improvements (which relate to a former
rake (or, it may be, rakes) of reaping machines that which the veft is broken or absent to be changed for patent granted to the present patentee) consist in the use it shall, as it is moved back over the platform, remain another shuttle having weft, without stopping the loom, of an inclined channel or trough supplying and terminating parallel with the finger team at the same time that it is and so on continuously as long as the loom is at work, or at its lower end in the composing stick," wbich is lowered moved endwise towards the draught side of the machines, until any given number of shuttles is exhausted. The in- to receive each successive type as described in the specifi- as described. Second, the carrying the delivery rake or vention cannot be described wittout reference to the draw- cation of the patentee above referred to, or by analogous rakes by arms which are inclined to the shaft of the reel, ings. Patent completed,
and which are caused to vary their angle to the sbaft, 2293 G. V. FOSBERY. Improvements in the lock and 2304 O. E. BROOMAN, Improvements in breechloading
as described. Third, the arrangement of mechanism de
scribed for keeping the rake in a vertical position, or other parts of breechlouding Arearms, and in cartridges and firearms, and in the manufacture of cartridges to be used projectiles for the same. Dated September 6, 1866.
therewith. (A communication.) Daled September 7, nearly so, as it passes over and rises up from the platform, This invention is not described apart from the drawings. 1866.
as described. Lastly, the arrangement of mechanism Patent completed
This invention was described and illustrated in page 148 described for adjusting the distance of some or all of the of the present volume of this journal. Patent completed.
beaters of the reel of a reaping machine trop their axes, as 2294 T. BEBNEY. Improvements in the construction of
described. Patent completed. ships and other vessels. Dated September 6, 1866.
2305 W. F. B. KLEIN. Improvements in the construcThis invention consists in forming' longitudinal tion of roller skatos. (A communication.) Dated Septem- Improvements in waterclosets, and in valves and regulating
2315 F. WARNER, W. STEWART, and G, 'W. BARBER. stringers, and also ribs and keels and stems of vessels, and ber 7, 1866. other parts of vessels, of lattice beams and girders. We cannot here give space to the details of this inven- apparatus for the same, and other purposes. Dated SepPatent completed. tion. Patent abandoned.
tember 8, 1866.
In constructing waterclosets according to this invention 2295 A. H. HART. Improvements in apparatus for
2306 E.T. HUGIES. Improvements in water power en- the patentees employ, as heretofore, an Strap, and they signalling on railway trains, and for other like purposes. gines. (A communication.) Dated September 8, 1866. arrange the pan to communicate with the ascending limb Dated September 7, 1866.
Ia performing this invention the inventor uses a rotary thereof both by a side opening to which a flat valve We cannot bere give space to the details of this inven
valve having a partition which commands the ports which is fitted, and also by an overflow passage, which is provided tion. Patent completed.
lead to each end of the cylinder, and connects them alter- to prevent too large a quantity of water being retained in
nately with the feed pipe and the exhaust, the said parti- the pan. This overflow passage opens into the ascending 2296 O. D. ABEL. Improvements in slide valves for tion being placed a suitable distance from the axis of the limb of the trap at a point above the valve before men, steam engines, (A communication.) Dated September 7, valve, so as to permit the introduction or use of certain tioned. All these parts may be made in one piece of 1866.
chambers for the purpose of counteracting a portion of the earthenware or of cast iron, or the pan may be made This invention bas reference to the mode of relieving the pressure of the water from the feed pipe on the said par- separately and cemented into a socket. The invention slide valves of steam engines of pressure by the application lition, whereby the friction of the ends of the said parti- cannot be described without reference to the drawings. of packing rings fitted to the valves, which prevent the pres- tion on the valve seat is greatly reduced, and the valve is Patent completed. sure of the steam from being exerted upon the surfaces of the much more easily operated. We cannot here quote the valve and valve box enclosed thereby." The invention con- whole of the details of the invention. Patent completed.
2316 W. CLARK, Improvements in leather and in masists in certain improved arrangements whereby a more
chines for manufacturing the same. (A communication.) perfect steamtight contact between the packing and the
2307 M, TOSSELL. A new or improved chimney cowl or Dated September 8, 1866. valve and valve box than heretofore is effected, by means of ventilator. Dated September 8, 1866.
The principal object of this invention is to prevent the pressure of the steam in the valve box, and whereby invention,
Provisional protection has not been granted for this the rapid wear of leather, and is more especially applicable the valve may rise from its seat in case circumstances re
to soles of boots and shoes, and for this purpose it consists quire it to do so. The invention cannot be described with. 2308 C. CATlow. Improvements in looms for weaving.
in piercing the leather or soles with a series of stsel or out reference to the drawings. Patent completed. Dated September 8, 1866.
other suitable metal wire or pins, arranged at any desired 2297 J. and J. W. Asquith. Improvements in machi
This invention relates, first, to further improvements in aistance apart, according as the case may require. This the
taking-up motion, for which letters patent were granted invention also relates to a machine to be used for the nery for cross raising the pile or nap of woollen and other cloths or fabrics, deo. Dated September 7, 1866.
to W. Hudson, C. Catlow, and J. Dodgeon, in the year 1863 piercing of leather and inserting steel or other wires, (No. 1994), and consists in the use and employment of a rod
as above stated, which machine consists in a novel This invention consists in employing, in combination
or tension roller extending along the periphery of the emery arrangement of devices whereby the leather, while being with a cross-raising cylinder or cylinders, an arrangement roller, and attached by a link or connecting rod at each end fed
through the machine, is first acted upon by a suitable of endless chains provided with spikes or pricks for giving to the shaft of the cloth roller, the cloth passing over and piereing awl or tool, and then by a die suitable for forcing motion to the cloth and stretching tbe same across the bed under the tension roller and on the emery roller, from thence the wire thereia, which awl and die are brought to bear at or table parallel to the axis upon which the raising cylinder to the cloth roller. As the cloth roller increases in diameter,
the proper times against the leather. Patent completed. revolves, shifting tappets together with motion gear direct the links or connecting rods which support the friction from the machinery being employed for tightening or roller allow the said roller to descend on the periphery of
2317 W. FRANKLAND. Improvements in apparatus for releasing the said cloth from the chains, as required. the emery roller, thus maintaining a uniform tension or lubricating
the valves, pistons, cylinders, and all internal Secondly, in employing in cross-cutting or Lewis machines drag on the cloth at the varying diametor of the clotb
parts of steam engines where the steam has acoess, Dated endless chains with spikes or pricks as aforesaid for drawing roller ; second, the improvements relate to the use and em- September
10, 1866. the cloth forward to the cutter (in place of the old system ployment of weights or springs applied to the friction or
This invention consists in the use of a ram or forco of books worked by hand), provided
with chain boxes in drag rollers of the delivery motion (delivery of yarn from pump which forces tallow into the steam pipo or steam connection with expans rollers for regulating the said the beam), the friction of the warp actuating the said
chest at each stroke of the ongine. The quantity of tallow cbains to the required width of the cloth to be out. The rollers, instead of actuating such rollers by means of forced into the steam is increased or diminishod, or totally action in eithor case is as follows:-Upon giving motion to gearing, as heretofore; third, in the application and
shut off, at the option of the engineer, by means of a steam the machinery tbe cloth is first brought forward by the chains (being pressed upon the pricks by brushes); it is obtaining the necessary drag on the warp.
use of a bell crank lover and cords for the purpose of tight tap, which regulates the supply of tallow, and an
overflow valve which disposes of that portion of the tallow then tightened from list to list, aud cross-raised or cut, and arm of the said loror (which lever works on a stud) is a which has been received into the ram chamber, but not so on in like manner until the whole of the said cloth bas cord passed over a pulley and attached to ono end of the forced into the steam. Patent abandoned. been passed or transferred from the supply to the receiving warp beam; to the other arm of the said lever is attached roller. Patent completed. a weighted rod or bar, and the patentee tbus obtains an
2318 W. VINCENT and G. R. WESTCOTT. Improvements in apparatus
for lighting the floats of lights in theatres 3398 J. SCHNEIDER. A process of making improved beer equal weight or dragon each end of the warp beam. This
arrangement is applicable to existing looms. Patent comand alo. Dated September 7, 1866.
and other places. Dated September 10, 1866. This invention consists in placing a quantity of hops in an
In carrying out these improvements a lamp is provided pleted.
haring lugs or guides fitted at any convenient part; these air-tight vessel, and extracting from the hops the favour- 2309 A. F. ONAPPLE. Improvements in ink supplying Tags or guides may be fitted with small wheels, which are ing principle or lupulin by means of boiling unfermented penholders. Dated September 8, 1866.
made to correspond in size with two rails or it may be beer or ale, which the patentes pours on to and filters This invention consists in attaching to one end of a hollow | lengths of wire strained parallel to the float of lights. At through the mass of hops. He aiterwards runs the liquid holder a metal frame or plate, the outer end of which re- each end of the rails a pulley is fitted, round which an endthrough a worm or refrigerator, and mixes the said extract ceives a nib or pen in a slide provided for the same. This less band or strap passes, and at any convenient part of or essence of hops in due proportions with ordinary beer or plate is made in two parts hinged together, the forward part which the lamp is fixed, so that, by these means, the lamp ale. Patent completed.
being loose, and the inner secured to the holder, a spring is inade to travel from one end to the other, lighting the 2299 J. H. JOENSON. Improvements in hats or coverings ward part of the frame is a metal valve, working in a sheath
above keeping tbe parts together. Depending from the for gas in its transit. Patent abandoned, for the head, parts of which improvements are applicable to or guide, which closes the end of the hollow handle. Ink is 2319 A. V. Newton. Improvements in the manufacture parasols and fans. (A communication.) Dated September placed in the hollow handle, which may be enamelled to of seamless metallic tubos. (A communication.) Dated 7, 1866.
prevent corrosion, or be made of a non-corrosive material, September 10, 1866. This invention consists in forming and holding in shape and the end is secured by a strong screw to prevent any
This invention relates to the manufacture of metallic bats, cape, parasols, and fans made of any light textile escape of the ink therefrom. The pen is supplied with ink tubes having no longitudinal seam or joint to be brazed or fabrics, such as silk, linen, cotton, or woollen stuff by by increasing the pressure on the paper, whereby the spring welded, and the nature of the invention consists in, first, means of elastic boops or forms, or frames of metal, whale- slightly yields, the forward part of the frame rises, and with forming a hollow casting of any dactile metal or alloy, of bone, rattan, or other suitable material, over which the bar, it the valve, and ink flows into a reservoir leading to the hollow figure or cylinder of laminated metal of which it fan, or parasol wrappers or covers are stretched by tighteo- nib; on reducing the pressure the spring immediately closes is desired to form :he tube, and then fitting within the ing the draw care and strings with which they are proviaed. the valve, and no ink can pass until the pressure is again same (either by casting or otherwise) a core composed of It also consists in the improved construction of the sweat increased. When the apparatus is not in use, the forward any suitable ductile metal, alloy, or compound of sufficient band lining and other parts which enter into the composi- part of the frame is preveuted from rining by accident or rigidity to form a mandrel, but capable of being more tion of a bat, so that they can be readily adjusted to or Otherwise by forming a slot therein into which a stud on readily fased or liquified by chemical agents than the madetached from the hat, the object being to produce a hat or the holder takes. The inventor fits the apparatus in a case, terial which is used for forming the tube, and afterwards other article as specified, the parts of which can be detached which may contain a brush to clean the ink holder, and a rolling the combined mass to the required length and diafrom each otber, so as to admit of the wrapper being case for nibs or other requisites. Patent abandoned. meter, or either ; and, finally, melting or otherwise liquifywashed whenever it becomes soiled or defaced in any way,
ing and running off the core to form the tube, which may and in which wrappers of different texiures, colours, and 2310 C. F. Alleon. An improvement in boots and shoes. be subsequently finished or dressed. Patent abanduned. patterns may be employed with the same hoop or frame Daced September 8, 1866. to suit the season or taste of the wearer, Patent com
This invention relates to the manufactura of boots and 2320 C. Bathor. A new or improved composition to be pleted.
shoes with flexible soles, and consists in inserting between employed in architectural mouldings, and for other useful 2300 J. LOCAHEAD. Improvements in the arrangement textile fabric, and stitching ur riveting the same together
each piece of leather composing the sole
a piece or pieces of and decorative purposes. Dated S ptember 10, 1866. and construction of machinery or apparatus for sawing in the ordinary way.
This composition consists of ordinary putty mixed and timber, Dated September 7, 1866.
incorporated with plaster of Paris, chalk, or other form This invention consibus in applying additional guides or 2311 C. HODGSON and J. W. STEAD.
of lime, meerschaum, steatite or talc, and metallic oxides
Improvements in combined in a powdered state with boiled linseed oil. This steady pins to the top of circular saws, in order to control weighing machines and indicators. and prevent vibration or warp in the revolution of the
Daced September 8, composition is highly applicable to the mouldings of picture
1866. saw or saws during the process of cutting timber. Patent We cannot hera give space to the details of this inven.
frames, and may be employed for many other useful and abandoned. tion. Parent completed.
decorative purposes, such as for turned balcony and other
pillars or columns, and all purposes for which marble, ser2301 O. DEPRIES. An improved foat light. Dated Sep
2312 O. E. BROOMAN.
A new or improved cup or appa. pentine, and scagliola have hitherto been used. Patent tember 7, 1866.
ratus for containing and supplying oil for lubricating pur- abandoned. This invention is not described apart from the drawings.
poses. (A coinmunication.) Dated September 8, 1866. Patent completed. This invention is not described apart from the drawings.
2321 C. F. DE GAUDEL. Making boot legs of one piece. Patent completed.
Dated September 10, 1866. 2302 J. and W. KITOHEN and S. SAMUELS. An improved
The difference between this improved method of making railway brake.
2313 J. SILVESTER., Improvements in the manufacture boot legs and the one hitherto adopted is as follows:This invention is designed for the purpose of actuating on the handler
of sad irons and other smoothing and tailors' Hitherto a piece of leather has been bent or shaped reprothe brakes of railway carriages by the direct action of
senting either only the front of the leg or the riding boot
The patentee claims making the grips and sides of the leg, without he fore part of the foot; whereas, by increassteam; also for placing them solely under the control and management of the engineer. And the improvements con- and raising or shaping the said blanks into the required the formation of the leg in one piece, the foot included, said handles from sheet and bar iron, by cutting out blanks ing' the breadth of the jacking block, the
inventor obtains sist in the employment of a steam cylinder conveniently form, and afterwards joining the parts together by riveting, and which is joined by a single seam placed, by preference, placed on the tender" of the engine, the piston rod of or by riveting and brazing, or 'making the grips of the which is in direct connection with the brakes of the car. handles from welded or brated or open jointed pieces
at the back. Patent abandoned: riages, through the medium of connecting bars or rods of tubing, and fixing them to the sides by brazing or rivetspecially arranged, Patent abandoned.
2322 W, E. GEDGE. An improved manufacture of studs, ing, as described. Patent completed,
buttons, ornamentul platos, and other analogous articles
with two or several shanks or metal fastening rings or 2330 R, BENNETT. Now or improved modes of obtaining
This invention will probably be described and illustrated prongs. (A communication.) Dated September 10, 1866. and transmitting motive power, and in the machinery or
in a future number. Patent completed. The lower metal plate of a stud made or constructed according to this invention is pierced with two holes to
apparatus employed therefor. Dated September 10, 1866. 2339 G. T. BOUSFIELD. Improvements in apparatus
The essential feature for this invention consists in alter-applicable to marine steam boilors. (A communication.) receive the prongs of a metal bent fork, then the two pieces (the plate and the fork) are introduced and fitted into the
nately increasing and diminishing the area of the piston Dated September 11, 1866.
and cylinder, or pistons and cylinders or acting surfaces at cap of the said stud, and thus combined are submitted to
This invention is not described apart from the drawings. the ends of their strokes (or at the time the crank is Patent abandoned. a strong pressure, which attaches them together, at the turning the two “dead” centres in a line with the axis of same time giving to the cap any desired impression, as well the moving piston or cylinder), so as to act upon and move (A communication) Dated September 12, 1866.
2340 W. E, GEDGE. An improved indicator or register, as the size and shape required. The fork may be of round, angular, or flat wire, and even of bands more or less wide, che actuating surfaces for the time being with a propor
This improved indicator or register is applicable saddlery, the two shanks or prongs of the fork, instead of caused in the area of the actuating surfaces and the pressure cator may be constructed as follows:-A box in which according to requirement. To fix this stud on a piece of tionally greater force in the direction of motion than in the
to all vehicles and machinery susceptible of a greater reverse direction, equal to the said difference made or
or lesser number of revolutions in a given time. This indispreading apart to their respective sides, cross each other, of steam acting thereon above that of the atmosphere, and and form (being afterwards flattened) knot, which will resist any traction to which the stud may a. sort of by this means keeping the direct pressure of the steam or
is fitted a bellows is fixed on to the axle of a vehicle (or on be submitted, and does not permit the shanks to rise again, other fluid power employed constantly acting within the wheel, or of the
flywheel, the little shaft of the bellows
the frame of a machine), and at each revolution of the and, consequently, prevents the loss of the stud.
cylinder or cylinders, as the case may be, without any great receives an impulsion by means of the spindle fixed in the
The buttons, studs, or ornaments may be made either of rolled, Patent abandoned.
or essential escape of the acting fluid or heat therefrom. wheel, and thus puts in motion a column of air communi. cast, or wrought metal, or of any hard material, such as
cating with the indicator, and thereby sets its wheel work horo, ivory, gutta-percha, wood, or hardened india-rubber. rating animal and vegetable matters from water and other
2331 W. OLLEY. Improvements in apparatus for sepa- in motion, Patent completed. Patent abandoned.
2341 B. LIETAR. Welding iron upon iron, steel upon steel of calcaroous bricks or artificial stones. (A communica2333. W. E, GEDGE. Improvements in the manufacture liquide Dated September 11, 1866. This invention consists in the use of an apparatus com
and iron upon steel. Dated September 12, 1866. posed of an outer globe or case and an inner globe or bag, ment of the following composition :~1 kilogramme filinga
The objects of this invention are effected by the employ. tion.) Dated September 10, 1866. These calcareous bricks or stones are materials of variable
through wbich the water or other liquid is passed from the
of iron or steel, 100 grammes salt of ammoniac, 60 grammes dimensions, the basis of which is lime and sand, with the
of borax, and 50 grammes of balsam copaiva or addition of the detritus or waste of other materials, such either of india-rubber or thin sheet iron, zino, or other to fine powder. For an ordinary solder, one of the pieces
ceptacle. The outer globe or case is. or may be composed copæiba. The inventor calcines the whole, and reduces it as stone or brick. They are made on the spot, of any dimonsions, in blocks of any shape, hollow or solid, for walls, and it is formed with a neck at the upper part to receive metal, according to the purpose for which it is required
of iron or steel is heated to a red beat, and after the part partitions, vaulted roofs, and other constructions; they may be matched according to plan, bear rabbets or moulding, from the cistern, water-butt, cask, or vessel containing the tap or pipe, or other means of communication leadin
to be soldered has been carefully cleaned with a file or wire
& brush, the composition is spread upon it, and the second and, by means of ochre, receive any required colour. The liquid to any required receptacle for the cleansed water o
piece at a white heat is immediately placed upon it, and said calcareous bricks or stones are manufactured by the two processes described in the specification, the details of posed of horsehair, wire gauze, or similar material, and it other liquid. The inner globe or bag is or may be com
the two welded together. Patent abandoned.
2342 J. WILLIANS. Improvements in two-wheeled earwhich we caunot produce here. Patent abandongd.
is sewn or otherwise fastened at the upper open part to th riages. Dated September 12, 1866. 2324 P. J, RAILTON and D. Walton. Improved machi- interior of the outer globe or case, so as to form a sepa
The patentee claims constructing the seats on one side of nery for twisting into bands, cotton, linen, woollen, silk, rating bag within the same for intercepting and sepa the said carriages independently of those on the other side, hemp, or wiro. Dated September 10, 1866.
rating insects or vegetable matters from the water or other and making the said seats capable of sliding in the direcLa performing this invention the inventors make a square | liquid passed through it. Patent abandoned.
tion of the length of the carriage, so that the carriage may frame of wood or metal, in the front of which they place
be balanced whether occupied by one, two, three, or four any number of flyers or spindles, under which is a bobbin,
2332 T. Baldwin. Improvements in steam boilers, and persons, the seats being so arranged as to allow the occu. and below which is a traverse : at the back of such frame is in apparatus connected therewith. Dated September 11, pants to seat themselves in a great variety of ways. Patent a less number of flyer3 cr spindles for completing the band,
1866. the number of each being regulated by the number of
This invention is intended to obviate the use of large
completed. strands required in the band. In the centre of the frame valves, heavy weights, and strong springs, and consists in
2343 J. P. Berght. An improvement or improvements in they fix a drum for driving; and on the side of the frame making the surface of the valve and its seat a curre manufacturing, decorating, and ornamonting articles of is a cain, which acts upon a lever underneath; at each end varying in breadth and curvature, as may be required. furniture. Dated September 12, 1866. of such lever is a cbain, which is connected to the traverse The invention cannot be described without reference to the
This invention consists in the employment of porcelain, above; and in the centre of the front and back spindles or drawings. Patent completed.
earthenware, slate, glass, iron, tin, zino, bone, and ivory flyers is a pair of rollers, through which the threads pass
for the purpose of manufacturing, decorating, and orna.
2333 R, A. HARDCASTLE. from front to back; these rollers are worked by a pair of for measuring and indicating the quantity of liquid drawn
Improvements in apparatus menting furniture. As applied to dressing glasses, chim. speed pulleys, and in the centre of each fly or spindle is a off thereby. Dated September 11, 1866.
ney or pier glasses, and picture frames, the patentee pro
ceeds in the following manner :-For a dressing glass he band running on each roller through the guide fixed in the This invention con sists in the interposition of a cistern middle of the frame to the rollers at the back. The action
takes a plate of porcelain, for example, or either of or tank of known capacity which first receives from the the above materials may be used, and inserts or layo is as follows:—The inventory take any number of strands vessel of supply the liquid to be measured. The number of it in a frame to form the support or rest for the standards from the hobbins in front, thence through the flyers or times this cistern or tank is replenished is registered, and of the glass. The porcelain may be ornamented with spindles through guides in the middle of the frame to the
it then remains at the option of the operator how niuch or designs in colour or otherwise, as is well known. Patent contra roller at back, thence through the back flyer or how little of the contents of this cistern are drawn off at completed. spindle to the bobbin below; the front spindles will run iu
each manipulation. Connected with this tank or cistern an opposite direction to the back spindles. Thus it will be is a cock or other suitable contrivance, arranged so that
2344 M. J. HAINES. Improvements in leather straps or seen that the strands and bauds are twisted at one and the
the cistern can only be filled when the exit from the driving bands. Dated September 12, 1866. same time without changing. Patent abandoned. cistern is closed, nor be filled or even partially filled with
In performing this invention, the respective ends of the 2325 E. BITZENRY. A new and useful machine which out being registered, and can never receive an addition of pieces of leather which it is desired to unite are out with muy be employed for scouring, sleeking, or setting hides or liquid while being emptied. A small air valve attached to form, the number of tongues and recesses being determined
toagues and corresponding recesses of a deep vandyke or V leather, Dated September 10, 1866.
The respective tongues and This invention is not described apart from the drawings. can be used if required as a float for allowing the height of by the width of the leather: Patent completed. the liquor in the measuring cistern to be ascertained.
recesses ara so proportioned that they will fit accurately 2326 E, HARLOW. Improvements in breechloading fireWhen à cock is used, it can be so constructed that the
into each other, the surfaces being perfectly smooth and arms, and in revolving firearms, and in cartridges for the inlet and exit to and from the measuring cistern may be in
level. The several edges of the topgues and recesses are said Arearms. Dated September 10, 1866. the same plug; or two plugs n.ay he employed; or a coek with a thread or threads of any suitable material, the
then secured to each other by sewing the same together This invention is not described apart from the drawings, and val ve actuated by the same handle. These openings in stitohes being made in the thickness of the leather, and Patent completed.
the cock or cocks, or cock and valve, are to be so made 2327 W. J. CURTIS Improved apparatus for steering and empty the same at another part. The covers of the slight channel is cut parallel to the edges of the respectine
that they fill the cistern at one part of their
revolution, not passing through from one side thereof to the other. A steam vessels. Dated September 10, 1866. This vention is not described apart from the drawings
cock, plugs, or other contrivances are so arranged that both toogues and recesses to receive the stitches, in order tbat Patent completed. operations cannot be simultaneously carried on, and
the thread or tbreads employed may not project above the catches, springs, or other means are so arranged as to pre
surface of the strap or band. Patent abandoned. 2328 R. A. E. Scott. Improvements in gun carriages, vent the attendant from filling the cistern without registra- 2345 S. WOODALL and J. M. VAN WINKLE. An improved and in the mode of elevating and depressing guns. Dated tion, but at the same time allow the liquor to be drawn mode of and means for uniting and securing the ends of September 10, 1866.
from the cistern in any convenient quantity. Patent com. bands or hoops designed for baling cotton, wool, and other The object of this invention is to obtain very great ele- pleted.
substances, Dated September 12, 1866. vation and depression with guns of ships and forts, or to uso smaller ports, openings, or embrasures, and obtain 2334 F. A. Paqet. Improvements in the connecting parts
This invention is not described apart from the drawings.
Patont completed. the usual elevation and depression
without losing the machinery and structures liable to impulsive forces. horizontal or nearly horizontal fire, in the event of the Dated September 11, 1866.
2346 T. WHEELHOUSE, Improvements in apparatus for special elevating and depressing machinery or gear being chinery and structures, when subjected to impulsive forces,
The connecting parts, such as bolts and rivets, of ma- sanitary purposes. Dated September 12, 1866. damaged or carried away. This is effected by means of an
This invention is not described apart from the drawings. inner carriage pivoted upon a strong bolt or fastening on
are peculiarly liable to fracture. The inventor obviates | Patent completed. the front of an outer carriage. This inner carriage may
this danger by causing the given impulsive force to act be of a single plate, or of the box girder construction, and through a certain distance, which he effects by so propor: machinery for cutting rags,
, and other articles for
2347 E. H. Aydon and E. Pocock. Improvements in may have a rack on its rear end, into which rack a pinion tioning the connecting part or parts, and (or) by so adjust.
Dated September 12, with suitable gearing will work to elevate or depress the ing certain contrivances escribed in the letters patent paper making and other purposes.
1866. rear of the inner carriage, and by this means raise or lower granted to him on May 29, 1865, that such connecting part The inner carriage may be secured to the outer or parts can stretch and (or) yield in the direction of the
According to this invention the inventors make use of a one (when firing) by means of powerful clamps or comimpulsive strain or strains. By this greater extension,
series of circular knives fixed upon and revolving with a pressors, by which the strain and jar will be taken from the according to known principles, less substance is required shaft, and kept at any required distances apart by means elevating machinery. The invention relates, secondly, to
in the given connecting part to resist distortion and rup capable of being readily removed when it is required to sube a plan of carriage or double carriage in which the centre ture, The way in which an ordinary screwed bolt is
stitute others for them, so as to change the distances beportion or centre carriage is secured by strong transoms portioned renders it peculiarly liable to snap at its screwed running across it, and is raised or lowered by means of end under the action of an impulsive force acting parallel tween the knives. Each knife is steadied at two or more powerful screws, or other suitable means, worked either at
to the longitudinal axis. One means whereby the in- points of its circumference near to the part at which the the sides or at the rear of the carriage. The invention
ventor obviates this is by making the cross sectional area cutting takes place by means of blocks of wood, metal, or further consists in using the levers (which are employed for of the shank of the bolt equal to that of the threaded por
other material, between which it works, and which assist
also in maintaining its edge. The rags or other articles to working the eccentrics and lifting gun-carriages and slides tion, which he effects by forming the shank hollow and
It will be
be cut are introduced into the machine by means of a when working them) for the purpose of catching the chains making the threaded part and the head solid.
hopper or sloping mouth, whereby they are guided on to an or other running in and out gear, and temporarily fasten- observed that this invention is of importance in the fixing ing the carriage to them. The teeth used in this case are of armour-plates. Patent abandoned.
endless web or belt, between which and a revolving futed
or roughened roller they are drawn onward to the knives, to be thrust through the links of the chain and held 2335 T. C, Lewis. Improvements
in the construction of and after passing between them, so as to cut as required, dowo by Ireads of levers or other equivalent mechanism pianofortes. Dated September 11, 1856.
are discharged from the machine. Patent abandoned. which will lift up the teeth. Patent abandoned, This invention is not described apart from the drawings.
2348 J. DAVEY. Improvements in threshing machines 2329 J. H. JOHNSON. Improvements in electric telegraph Patent abandoned.
Dated September 12, 1866. conductors. (A communication.) Dated September 10, 2336 W. E. GEDGE. An improved machine or apparatus The first of these improvements relates to a novel con1866.
for manufacturing leather straps, belts, or bands for driving struction of straw shaker or apparatus whereby the straw; The essential featura of this invention consists in the machinery, and for other purposes. (A communication.) after the grain has been beaten out, is shaken out and manufacture of electric telegraph conductors by braidings Dated September 11, 1866.
finally delivered from the machine.
The improved straw or interlacing in lieu of twisting together any desired This invention is not described apart from the drawings. shaker consists mainly of a sectur bar or bars provided number of wires, made either of the same metal or of two Patent completed.
with tseth, prüngs, or tines, and to which a compound or mora dissimilar metals, such, for example, as iron or
2337 R. A. E. Soort. steel, and copper. The iron or steel, although not such
Improvements in the mode of motion is imparted by mounting the sector bars on a pivot or
mounting and working revolving and other guns. Dated good conductors as the copper, tend greatly to increase
shaft which is connected to a horizontal bar, to which a
reciprocating vibrating motion is communicated by means the tensile strength of the cable. Two or more of these September 11, 1866. braided conductors may be combined together to form a
This invention will probably be described and illustrated
of a crank or a connecting rod and crank on the axle of a submarine cable, each conductor being separately insulated, in a future number. Patent completed.
rotating spiked roller. This latter rotates in a kind of cage
provided with gratirgs or combs consisting of vertical bars and the cable then made up of a series of such braided 2338 R. A. E. Soort. Improvements applicable to gun between which the spikes or tines of the roller pass when conductora bound or held together in any convepient man- carriages and platforms or slides. Dated September 11, it rotates, and in so doing will catch hold of and carry for ner. Patont abandoned, 1866,
ward the straw as it is delivered from the delivery plate,
which consists of a grating of longitudinal bars so that the short arms of the anchor will clip or rest, thus preventing the cork and upon the neck of the bottle or other roooptaolo grain and chaff may fall through and be separated from the the further revolving of the long arms, and by clipping or The elastic washer thus Eermetically closes the bottle or straw, The tail end of the sector is connected by a rod to resting on each side of the shank counteracting torsion or other receptacle, so that escape of liquid or air therefrom, another crank, so that it may be rocked on its centre at other detrimental strains. The double claw flukes of the or entrance of air thereto, is provented. Patent aban. the same time that it is carried to and fro by the crank on anchor are much wider than the upper part of the arms,
donde the spiked roller shaft. The shog boards are actuated by and for the purpose of admitting such wide double claw
2362 G, ROBINSON. Improvements in the manufacturo cranks and connecting rods, and rest upon bars which are flukes he forms the shank with a double or forked end. connected to flat springs made either of metal or of india- Fifth, in affixing the stock to the anchor he forms the end September 14, 1866.
or production of ammonia, baryta, and strontia. Dated rubber. Patent abandoned.
of the shank round instead of square, as formerly, and the 2349 G. B. V. ARBUCKLE. Immediately giving the
We cannot here give space to the details of this invention. stock solid with a hole in tbe centre to fit on such shank, alarm in oase of fire in any building or ship whatsoever,
Patent abandoned. which he fastens by a pin, wedge, or forelock passing through wherever it may be placed. Dated September 12, 1866. the same. Reference to the drawings is essential to a full 2363 O. F. VARLEY. Improvements in apparatus for
Provisional protection has not been granted for this in- and clear description of the invention. Patent completed. obtaining latitude and longitude. Dated September 14 , vention,
2357 G. HENDERSON and D. M'Neil. Improvements in 2350 E, PHILLIPS and J. HOWIE. Cortain improvements hydraulic gas chandeliers and in gas rogulators applicable
For the purposes of this invention the patenteo omploys a in machinery or apparatus to be employed in cutting textile
thereto, and to other gas burners or meters. Dated Septem- light lever carrying a wire, hair, or screen called the horifabrics. •Dated September 13, 1866 ber 13, 1866.
zon line, the latter in the focus of the eye piece and ob. This intention is designed for the purpose of cutting into In carrying out this invention the inventors propose to jest glass of a small telescope ; the lever is suspended by a shapes, designs, or patterns textile fabrics or paper, and
apply to the exterior of the vertical tube of the chandelier thread or wire, and a balance weight in connection with the also for cutting into uniform blocks or slabs hard substances a glass tube, which is open at both ends, and rested in a
lever keeps it in the proper position ; the weight is placed such as marble; and the improvements consist in the watertight manner on a socket or cup screwed to the chan.
near to and below the thread, so that it may act like a Tory novel employment and use of an endless steel blade dis-delier tube; the top of the glass tube is then rendered water
short pendulum, and oscillate rapidly if set in motion, in tended between two pulleys driven by gearing, the whole tight by a similar cup screwed down thereon by a thread on
order that the slower motion of a ship sball not sensibly being mounted in suitable bearings. Patent completed. the chandelier tube, in which one or more apertures are
disturb its true position. The fibre or support of the lover is 2351 W. CLARK. Improvements in the manufacture or made allow of the flow of water into the glass tube. The
80 placed that on elevating or depressing the telescope aboro ornamentation of cloth and pile fabrics. (A communica- chandelier tube must be supplied with a suficient quantity or below the horizontal line, the image from the object glass tion.) Dated September 13, 1866.
of water, in order that when the chandelier is drawn down and the horizon line shall move an equal amount (at least The patentee claims the exclusivo right of applying beads to its lowest position the level of the water shall be within very nearly so). The moving lever is immersed in fluid, such of all kinds, and other similar ornaments, to the threads of or above the glass tube, by which means it can always be
The object of the fluid is to cause the borizon which fabrics are composed, the said threads being sufi- knows whether the chandelieris properly supplied with water by the movement of the observer. In some cases an aperture
line to become rapidly stationary when it is set oscillating ciently large, or the holes in the beads sufficiently small, to prevent their sliding freely, as also the method of fixing cessary to supply more and for the sake of more ready is made in the side of the telescope to illuminate the horizon such beads by the addition of a supplementary thread observation the iaventors propose to mix some prominent line wben taking the altitude of stars in a dark night. The twisted or entwined thereon, with a view to prevent the colour in the water, such as a red, blue, or green, in order illumination is effected by a small lamp attached to or held displacement of the bead or other ornament during the to distinguish the colour of the wator more readily. We
near the instrument. Patent completed. wearing. He also claims the use and application of such cannot quote the details of the gas regulator, Patent threads having beads applied in the manner described to abandoned. torm the warp or weft threads of fabrics of all kinds for the
2358 R. R. RICpes and C. J. WATTS. Improvements in parpose of ornamenting the same, substantially as described. Paient completed.
horse hay rakes. (Partly a communication) Dated Sep- PROVISIONAL PROTECTIONS.
tember 14, 1866. 2352 J. L. NORTON, Improvements in machinery for This invention consists in making the rake self-acting washing and cleansing wool and other fibrous materials. when required, so that no hand labour is required as usual Dated September 13, 1866. in the operation of turning over, the rake being merely
Dated December 1, 1866: According to one portion of this invention the wool or drawn over the ground by a horse or horses, and the turning 3163 J. Pratt, Regent-street. Au improved pterotypo or fibre to be washed is immersed in a trough in which there over of the rake being effected by the mecbanism when put machine for writing with type. is agitating apparatus consisting of a horizontal axis with a in gear. For this purpose a toothed wheel on the main
Datod February 7, 1867. number of screw blades upon it, which, as the axis rotates, wheel shaft or axle is arranged to gear with a similar wheel 346 R. E, Green and W. Laycock, Church, near Acoring. dip into the liquid in the trough, and cause the fibre to on a shaft on which is mounted a crank wheel, connected ton, Lancashire. Improvements in printing on textilo travel forwards. This screw apparatus is not in itself new, with a slotted connecting rod, with a lever which is con- fabrics. but the invontor employs it in combination with a fork nected to the shaft or axle for working the teeth of the
Dated February 14, 1867. worked by a crank or similar contrivance in such manner rake, and has a joint at or near a slotted guide bar, through 418 T. Greenvood, Leeds, machinist, and J. Koats, as to cause it to dip into the trough immediately in advance which the teeth of the rake pass. By this arrangement, Leek, Staffordshire, boot and shoe manufacturer. Improroof the screw axis, and to take the fibre as it leaves the when the crank wheel has been put into gear by the attendments in machinery for the manufacture of boots, shoot, blades. The fork chen carries the fibre on along the bottom ant, that wheel will be caused to revolve as the rake is and other coverings for the feet. of the trough, and delivers it to other apparatus, which lifts drawn over the ground, and the teeth of the rake will be it out of the washing trough and delivers it to squeezing worked up and down, thus discharging the hay therefrom
Dated February 20, 1867. rollers. In its return stroke the fork is lifted above the sur- without any action on the part of the attendant. Patent in the application of certain hydrocarbons to the obtain
458 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Ion-fields. Improvements face of the liquid and it again enters immediately in front completed. of the screw axis. Patent abandoned.
ment of light and heat, and in the apparatus or means 2353 F. G. A. HORSTMANN. A neu or improved mode of or case for fusces, cigars, and other purposes. Dated Sep. 2359 C. H. CHESÆIBE. An improved metal spring box employed therein. (A communication)
Dated February 23, 1867. obtaining motive power, Dated September 13, 1866. tember 14, 1866. This invention consists in obtaining motive power from
497 J. Phillips-Smith, Hereford, engineer. Improvethe expansion and contraction of mercury, spirits of wine, sists of two parts, one sliding in the other, baving elastic in machinery or apparatus for such purposes:
This metal spring box or case for fusees, cigars, &c., con-ments in tilling and oultivating land by steam power, and glycerine, and other expansive liquids. In carrying this springs in the interior on each side, one end of which is invention into effect the patentee forms a hollow cylinder fixed to the inner case and the other to the outer case on
502 W. P. Gray, Fulham. Improvements in breechloadto contain any required quantity of mercury, spirits of each side; the outer case is open at one end to receive the
ing firearms. wine, glycerine, or expansive liquid sensible of the varia- inner case, which slides into it, and has an opening of
Dated February 25, 1867. tions in the temperature of the atmosphere, so that as the
614 J. O, R. Weguelin, Croydon, and B. Hirst, Leerls, temperature varies, the mercury, spirit, or liquid expands attached, opening by a spring, so that when the inner case ising liquids
and in apparatus employed therein. about one half of its length at the top, to which a lid is merchant. Improvements in generating steam and vapouror contracts, causing a piston and rod working in tho said is drawn out, the lid flies open, and by means of the spring aylinder to rise and fall. Patent completed.
Dated February 26, 1867. is locked and prevented from running back into the outer 7854 R. ROBINSON, Improvements in travelling or Atted
620 W. H. Samson, Underbill, Witt ersbam, Kent, one, and is so constructed that when the lid is pressed farmer and grazier. Improvements in the means and appadressing bags. Dated September 13, 1866. down, the lock spring releases the inner case, and it flies
ratus for drying hops, The object of this invention is to place the tuilet fittings back into the outer case, being drawn by the elastic springs
Dated Iebruary 27, 1867. in travelling or fitted dressing bags in such position that they on each side. Patent completed.
533 G. Haseltine, Southampton-baildings. Chancery. may leave the bag empty to receive clothes or other articles.
improved covering or cashion for 2360 A. Cairns. Improvements in the construction of lane, civil engineer. The invention consists in forming the ends of the bag with
horses' feet. (A communication.) di visions or receptacles for the fittings, and in hanging these liquid compasses. Dated September 14, 1866.
535 A. Howat, Farnworth, near Bolton, Lancashire, ends to the bottom of the
bax, so that, on touching a spring the bowl or vessel charged with spirits of wine or other brass founder. Improvements in machinery for mining, of releasing a catch or lock, the ends may fall down upon liquid, and suspended by gimballs, is made of any
or working coal and other minerals, and for bam. their hinge clear of the bag, leaving the inside of the bag
form or outline. entirely empty to receive clothes or other articles. The in
Within the said bowl or vessel (part of mering metals and crushing minerals. which is made of glass or other transparent material, so
537 J. R. Cooper, Birmingham, gun manufacturer, ventor makes a division of leather or other material between the inner face of each end and the inside of the bag. Pa
that the position of the card can be seen) the magnetic Improvements in breechloading irearms. tent abandoned.
needle or needles, and its or their card, are carried or sup- 541 W. Dyson, Throngsbridge, near Huddersfield, ororported on a pivot, or between two pirots, in the same man
looker. Improvements in machinery for twisting and 2355 L. BING. An improved mode of and apparatus for ner as they would be if working on air. The above features doubling fibres and threade. determining the actinic power of light. Dated September are common to all compasses having the whole or part only
643 J. M'Lintock, Barnsley, Yorkshire. An improved 13, 1866.
of these improvements. То
these improvements the packing for piston rods, pump rods, and valve spindles. The object of this invention is to measure the actinic patentee refers under the following separate heads :-First,
545 L, H. Phiibois, Rue de Rivoli, and A. Marchal, power of light numerically in the same manner that tempe- to means for reducing weight and friction on the pivots, Boulevard de Sébastopol, Paris. Improvements in springs rature is measured, for the purposes of photography and and thereby leaving the needle or needles and its or their for crinolines for ladies' petticoats and other garin onls. other purposes connected with scientific investigation. To card to traverse freely. This be effects by connecting or (A communication.) this end the inventor produces a graduated transparent combining with the needle or needles and card a hollow air.
547 J. Livesey and J. Edwards, Victoria Chambers, mediam, varying in transparency from the unit to any re- tight buoyant float, of a dome-like or other shape; the Westminster, and W. Jeffreys, Cooper's-road, Old Kentquired degree of opacity; and to this medium he applies a said float being placed over or on a level with, but not lower road, Surrey. Improvements in signal and switch apparatus sensitized strip or sheet of paper, placing it under the trans. than, the needle or needles. Or he obtains similar advan- for railways. parent medium for the purpose of exposing it to the action tages by making the card hollow, or attaching a hollow disc 549 A. V. Newton, Chancery-lane, mechanical draftsof the light, and thereby obtaining an indication of the like vessel thereto, and connecting or combining these with
Improvements in railways and in the means of propower of the actinic rays. By this means the photographer the needle or needles, The weight of the combined parts pulsion used thereon. (A communication.) is enabled to decide with precision the length of exposure should be about the same as, preferably rather more than,
651 A. M'Doagall, Manchester, chemist. Improvements required for his plate or printing paper to obtain certain the weight of the liquid it will displace in the bowl er in utilising a certain description of clay and a substanos determined results. Patent abandoned.
vessel. Secondly, the invention refers to means for securing usually found therewith. 2356 J. H. BETTELEY. Improvemonts in ships' anchors. the advantages mentioned under the first head, and also for
Dated February 28, 1867. Dated September 13, 1866.
protecting the magnetic neodle or needles from the action 552 O. J. Powall, Union Club. Improvements in the This invention consists, first, in forming the flukes of of the liquid thereon. Thirdly, the invention refers to means of ventilating pits and mines. solid iron or steel anchors with a double
claw, and an elon means for allowing for expansion and contraction of the 555 S. Shore, Roondale, Lancashir:. Improvements in gated sbackle for fishing the anchor. Second, in a method of liquid in the bowl or sessel by increase or decrease of preparing wool and other fibrous materials to be spun. constructing or forming anchors kaown as Trotman's or atmospheric or other temperature, and under all conditions
Dated March 2, 1867. jointed anchors. The patentee makes these anchors with or circumstances, keeping the said bowl or vessel perfectly filtering presses for expressing the liquid parts and retain
587 E. T. Hughes, Obaucery-lane. Improvements in double claw flukes, and on the solid sbank he forms a fish
full. Patent completed. back or raised part projection on the top and bottom, on 2361 J. J. BARANOWSKI. An improved apparatus or ing the solid parts of any semi-liquid substances. (A comwhich the double claw Aukes will clip or rest when in hold-appliance to be used in conjunction with corks for closiny
munication.) ing position, and by that means be secured against torsion or bottles, jars, and other similur receptacles. Dated Septem•
Dated March 6, 1867. other detrimental strains. Third, in constructing anchors ber 14, 1866.
627 H. Barton and E. Whalley, Blackburn, Lancashiro. with double or split sbanks, he makes the arms solid, and tho Aukes with a double claw. İle fixes between the shapks a
This apparatus consists of a plate or cap fitted on its Certain improvements in apparatus for spinning and twist. plate or block of wrought or cast iron, or other metal, form- through the cork, and of a washer of india rubber, cork, or ander sido with a screw not long enough to pass entirely ing cotton and other fibrous materials.
Dated March 7, 1867. ing fish back or raised part projections on the top and other elastic material placed below the plate or cap, and 631 C. W. Siemens, Great George-street, Westminster. bottom of the shank, against which projection the double fitted over the screw. The washer and the plate or cap Improvements in apparatus for measuring water, alcobol, claw fluke will clip or rest when holding. Fourth, in con- must be of sufficient diameter to cover the upper edge or and other fluide. (Partly a communication.) structing jointed anchors, wben both the double claw flakes circumference of the neck of the bottle or other receptacle, 633 A. L. Normandy, New Park-road, Stockwell, engi. are to hold instead of one, he attaches double or short as well as the cork. To employ this apparatus, the cork neer. Improvements in engines worked by beated air and arms to the long arms or flukes of the anchor, and he fixes must first be cut off flush with the neck of the bottle or by other suitable healed gas or gases.
fish wack or raised part projection on each side of the other receptacle; the screw on the under side of the plate 635 E. K. Heaps, Woodhouse-lane, Leeds, ironmonger, sbank instead of the top and bostom, as before, against or cap is then strewed into the cork by turning the plate or
und T. P. Moorwood, Harleston Ironworks, Shetfield, ironwhich fish back or raised part projection and the shank the cap until the elastic washer is forced down upon
the top of founder. Improvements in fire ranges for dwelling houses.
637 A. Giles, Manchester, engineer. An improved mir. Improvements in machines for “grinding" or tearing op 710 J. A. Fussell. Coat hooks. ing apparatus, also applicable to beating eggs and to other rags and other fibrous substances.
716 W. J. Sleath and J. Hargreaves, jun. Healds. similar purposes.
838 G. T. Bodsfield. Flour. (A communication.) 639 R. Lake and W. Parkes, Birmingham, metallic bed
Dated March 13, 1867. stead manufacturers. Certain improvements in the manu- 715 J Willcock, Stockport, Cheshire, and S. Mason, The full titles of the patents in the above list can be facture of metallic bedsteads, part of which said improve- jun., Manchester, engineers. Improvements in the con- ascertained by referring back to their
numbers in the list of ments are applicable to cornice poles, gas fittings, struction of wheel moulding machines.
provisional protections previously published. balustrades, and other like articles.
716 W. J. Sleath, cotton spinner and manufacturer, and 643 A. V. Newton, Ohancery. lane, mechanical draft3- J. Hargreaves, jun., reed and heald manufacturer, Bacup,
Opposition can be entered to the granting of a patent to man. Improvements in safety valves for steam boilers or Lancashire. Improvements in the manutacture of healds any of the parties
in the above list who have given notice generators. (A communication.) employed in looms for weaving.
of their intention to proceed, within twenty-one days from 645 J. G. Woodward, Liverpool, merchant. An improved 717 M. A. F. Mennons, Southampton-buildings, Chan. the date of the Gazette in which the notice appears, by mode of generating steam,
cery lane. Improvements in breechloading firearms, and leaving at the Commissioners' office particulars in writing 647 E. Lloyd, Bow, paper manufacturer and newspaper in cartridges for the same. (A communication.)
of the objection to the application. proprietor. Improvements in the treatment or preparation 719 J. Boyd, Glasgow, engineer. Improvements in looms of straw and other fibrous materials for the manufacture for wearing. of paper.
PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF 150 Dated March 8, 1867.
HAS BEEN PAID. 653 O. Mather, Salford Ironworks, Manchester. Im. PATENT APPLIED FOR WITH OOMPLETE SPECIprovements in machinery for mangling or beetling fabrics.
766 E. Pace
791 T. J. Smith 655 H. Churchman, Horsham, Sussex, and F. Braby,
Dated March 22, 1867.
769 J. Lightfoot
816 WE, Newton Fitzroy Works, Euston-road. Improvements in machinery 838 G. T. Bousfield, Loughborough Park, Brixton. Im- 770 M. Henry
833 W. E. Newton or apparatus for cleaning boots and shoes, also applicable provements in machinery for manufacturing four, (A 772 J. Rees
845 J. N. Douglass to the cleaning of other articles. communication.)
776 E. Grether
880 O. A. Ferguson, jun., 667 J. Turner, Queen-street, Stepney. An improved
782 A, Heald
and T. Ferguson composition for coating or covering the surface of iron,
787 D. Treadwell Wood, stone, brickwork, and other substances or materials
LIST OF SEALED PATENTS. to prevent oxidation and decomposition thereof. 661 0, Mace, Green-street, Sunderland, engineer. Im.
Sealed March 29, 1867. provements in steam boilers. 665 T. 8. Turnbull, Birmingham, mourning jeweller and 2525 P. R. Hodge
PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £100
2613 G. Pitt jet ornament manufacturer. Improvements in mourning
HAS BEEN PAID. 2526 A, M. Dix
2615 E. Peyton and other lockets, which improvements may also be applied 2531 F. Tolhausen
2630 A. V. Newton to other dress ornaments.
805 S. R. Smith
820 J. Reidy
808 T. Pentslin 667 G. Dümler, Mamur, Belgium, civil engineer. Im
2545 R. Mortimer
3410 F. Watkins provements in lamps for burning patroleum or other mine
2558 D. H. Saul and H. 3412 F. Watkins ral oils.
96 G. Haseltine
LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS PUBLISHED 671 A. Field, Upper Marsh, Lambeth, and W. B. Nation, 2564 F. W. Kaselowsky 128 B. Lietar Old Kent-road. Improvements in ornamenting candles, 2579 W. Clark
138 A. V. Newton
For the Week ending March 30, 1867. and in apparatus employed for that purpose.
2589 W. Clark 673 W. S. Lowe, New Mills, Derbyshire, cotton spinner and manufacturer. Certain improvements in or applicable
Sealed April 2, 1867. to sizing and dressing machines.
No. Jer. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. 675 J. G. Tongue, engineer, Southampton-buildings,
2324 P. J. Railton and D. 2573 W. E. Hickling Chancery.lane. Improvemenis in bridles and reins connected
s, d. s, d. s. d. therewith. (A communication.)
2530 T, Berney
2581 A. Ripley
193310 4 20800 10 20960 421120 10 21280 421441 0 677 M. A. F. Mennons, Southampton-buildings, Ohan- 2536 O. E. Brooman
2677 J. G. Tongue
20650 6 20810 4 20970 4'21131 2 21290 82146 0 4 cery-lane. Improvements in the construction of breech
2537 M. West
2687 G. Haseltine
206610 10 20820 420980 421140 421300 4 2146 0 10 loading firearme. (A communication.)
2551 J, W. Daniell
2722 T. Booth
206710 20830 42099 0 421150 421310 10/2147 0 10 679 R. D. Napier, Church-row, Limehouse. Improve- 2556 J. A. Coffey
3161 W.E. Newton
20680 4 20840 421000 421160 42 3210 42148 0 4 ments in apparatus connected with steam boilers,
20692 620850 421010 421170 8213310 2571 G. Gordon
207010 10 20860 10 21020 421180 4 21340 421500 Dated March 11, 1867.
207110 8 2087 1 621030 421191 221350 4225116 683 M. Cavanagh, Kensington. A new or improved sash
207210 4 20880 421040 8 21200 421361 421621 0 i astening.
NOTIOES OF INTENTION TO PROOEED WITH 20730 8 2089 0 42105 1 10 2121 0 4 2137 0 4 2153 0 4 687 A. Kimball, Glasgow, Improvements in sewing
20741 4 2090 0 421060 821220 421380 10 2154 0 4 machines,
207510 8 2091 2 0 21070 4212310 821390 10/2155 4 4 688 F. Ryding, Lower Glentworth-street, Limerick,
From the London Gazette, April 2, 1867,
20760 420921 2 21080 821240 4214010 6 2156 0 4 surgeon dentist. Improvements in baking or hardening
207716 4 209310 421090 421250 421410 82157 0 8
3029 J. Bernard. Motive power engines. valcanite or dental india-rubber and other similar com
2078|1 10 20940 421100 421260 421420 4/215804 pounds and preparations, and in apparatus employed for
3057 J. Brindley. Artificial incubator.
207910 10 20950 421110 10 2127 2 821430 10 Buch purpose.
3069 J. Berry, J. B. Turner, and O. Vickerman. Twisting 689 P. Duchamp, Rue Vieille Monnaie, Lyons, France, yarns, mechanic. Improvements in stopping bottles, jars, and
3074 G. F. and J. Stidolph and J. R. Morley. Shop other like vessels. fittings.
NOTE.-Specifications will be forwarded by post from the 3083 R. Potter. Bleaching grain. 690 J. Pearson, Birmingham, brass finisher. Improve
Great Seal Patent Office (publishing department) on teo
3084 J. Coulson. Elerating straw. ments in ball or supply valves.
3085 F. Tyerman. Protectors for the eyes.
ceipt of the amount of price and postage, Sums exceeding 691 J. B. Fenby, Birmingham, mechanical engineer. Improvements in connecting door and other knobs to their
3087 T. R. and T. W. Harding. Drilling combs.
5s, must be remitted by Post Office Order, made payable at
3093 J. Mitchell and W. 0. Laird, Detergent material. spindles.
the Post Office, High Holborn, to Mr. Bennett Wooderot 692 E. T. Hughes, Chancery-lane. An improved appa
3096 W. B. Johnson. Driving the shafting of loom
Great Seal Patent Office, 25, Southampton-buildings sheds. ratus for the promotion of economy in the combustion of
3097 J. K. Leather. Salts of soda.
Obancery-lane gas, petroleum, and other oile. (A communication.)
3105 W. R. M. Thomson, Cutting metal tubes. (Partly a 693 W. Dempsey, Congleton, Cheshire. Improvements in machinery or apparatus for spinning and doubling silk,
3109 W. Taylor. Spinning jute. cotton, wool, or other fibrous materials.
LIST OF DESIGNS FOR ARTICLES OF UTILITY 694 D. Nicoll, Oakland's Hall, West Eud, Kilburn.
3111 T. J. Barron. Converting iron into steel. Improvements in the construction of electric telegraph 3122 T. Dickins, H. Heywood, and J. Holland. Steam
Subjects of Desigu. conductors, and in the method of preparing the same, also in the machinery and in the application of certain other 3131 W. Pidding. Tieating coffee.
1867. machinery and apparatus employed therein. 3134 G. Haseltine. Registering the tension of pianoforte Jan. 19, 4833, Snoxell and Spencer Boxing glove.
22, 4834, A. Arculus........... Moustaebe pro695 w. Akers, The Broad Pellingly, Sussex, Improve-strings... (A communication.) ments in the construction and adjustmens of horse shoes. 3145 W. Brookes. Railway wheels. (A communication.)
tector. 3149 H. Bateman. Pumps.
23, 4835, G, Twigg......... Elastic 696 M. P. W. Boulton, Tew Park, Oxfordshire. Im.
band provements in propulsion, and in rotary apparatus for giving 3157 W. Crighton. Preparation of fibrous substances.
bolder. 3158 J. Ramsbottom. Compound steam engines. motion or energy to fluids, and receiving motion or energy
25, 4839, J. Mourant............ Measuring filter. from them. 3160 G. Mansell. Figured tablets.
4837, T. Pemberton and 3162 H. Bateman. Corkscrews.
Sash fastener. 697 M. Chamberlaine, Park-row, Kennivgton-road. Im3163 J. Pratt. Writing with type.
26, 4838, T. Pemberton and provements in washing machines. 698 W. Clark, Chancery-lane, engineer. Improvements 3164 W. Butler and A. Dalgety, Connections between
Alarm bell, in drying threads and fabrics, and in combining apparatus railway engines.
31, 4839, W. and G. Boaler... Money till. for that purpose. (A communication.) 3165 S. J. Browning. Distilling sea water.
31, 4840, 8. Maw and Sons Gum pot. 3171 J. T. A. Mallet. Producing oxygen and chlorine Feb. 5, 4841, L. Banks .............
Fire plate. from the same chemical substance.
11, 4842, J. Asbury
Spanner Dated March 12, 1867. 3173 W. Clark. Regulating motive power. (A commu.
18, 4842, T. Davison ..............
Bracelet closer, 700 R. Wilson, Bridgewater Foundry, Patricroft, near nication.)
27, 4844, S. Lichtheim .........
Coat pocket. Manchester, engineer. Improvements in the governors of 3178 W. H, Harfield. Chain cable holders,
March 4, 4845, J. A. Fussell ..........
Bookstand, steam and other motive power engines. 3187 F. Kohn. Cutting sugar cane. (A communica
13, 4846, A. Homer ............ Strap for gun. 702 T. Burt, Wandsworth, civil engineer, Improve. tion)
13, 1847, J. Harrison............ Shutter shoe ments in machinery and apparatus for moving mud, sewage, 3203 T. J. Ohul.b. Steel.
fasteners. Band, small gravel, or other similar matter from one place 3206 J. Barwick and S. Tindall. Packing for piston
18, 4848, Dean and Taylor .. Boxes for packto another. (A communication.) rods.
ing glass. 703 B. P. Walker, North-road House, Wolverhampton, 3217 G. Haseltine, Looms. (A communication )
19, 4849, M. Davis ..............
Friar Bacon's engineer. Improvements in valves for steain engines and 3257 C. E. Brooman. Looms. (A communication.)
miracle. other purposes. 3282 W. R. Lake. Scrubbing machine. (A commuci
27, 4850, W. Oxley............ Boilers. 704 H, L. Corlett, Assoc. Inst. 0.E., Inchicore, Co. cation.)
28, 4851, G. Beard Dublin. Improvements in buffing springs and parts con- 3301 A. Rollason. Blasting cartridges. Dected therewilh. 3432 G. Payne. Soap.
PROVISIONAL REGISTRATIONS. 706 A. Parkinson and D. Sweaney, Manchester, iron and 55 W. E. Newton. Treatment of diseases. (A commu
1867. tin plate workers and galvanisers. A combined slop pail Dication.)
Feb. 2, 1750, H, R. Fanshawe Shovel. and night commode. 81 J. Hoadly. Preventing wind draughts.
4, 1751, T. and D. Kendrick Gas stoves. 707 J. F. Bripjes, Fieldgate-street, Whitechapel, engi175 W. E. Newtor. Cotton bale ties. (A communica
6, 1752, J. Grandy
Landau pillar neer. Improvements in machinery or apparatus for the tion.)
joint. manufacture and reburning of animal charcoal, and for 177 A. Apps. Electrical apparatus.
15, 1753, H. Fletcher........... Scove. distilling shale and other like substances. 194 F. H. M'Lauchlan. Stands.
15, 1754, J. Hill
Gunlock. 709 O. Maschwitz, jun., Birmingham, merchant, Im378 E. Gorges. Preserving meat.
19, 1755, S. Davis and Son ...
Lampglass provements in taps and valves. (A communication.) 411 J. Walton and R. Harlow. Tilting barrels.
cleaper. 710 J. A. Yussell, Birmingham, manufacturer. Improve- 418 T. Greenwood and J. Keats. Boots,
25, 1756, E. E. Biddle
Letter clip. ments in the manutacture of hat and coat hooks, and in 520 W. H. Sampson. Drying hops.
27, 1757, T, Kendrick
Gas store. attaching knobs and ornaments to various articles.
March 537 J. R. Cooper. Breechloading firearms.
1, 1758, J. Gray
Reflector for 712 W. Hall, Bradford, manufacturer. An improved 539 J. Saxby and J. S. Farmer, Regulating railway
lampe. combination of apparatus for winding and twisting certain signal points.
11, 1759, W. Wilkins and Co. Ship sigoal species of yarns. 604 R. Thompson. Polishing mouldings.
lamp. 713 J. L. Norton, Belle Sauvage-yard, Ludgate Hill. 609 T. Beeley. Steam generators.
13, 1760, T, Whitfield and Co. Cattle trough. Improvements in machinery for washing and cleansing wool 610 F. H. Jones. Wearing apparel.
15, 1761, J. Grandy .......... Hinge for oarand other fibrous materials.
630 A. V. Newton. Couplings. (A communication) 714 W. Wood, Monkhill, near Pontefract, Yorkshire. 633 A. L. Normandy. Heated air engines.
23, 1762, T. Whitfield and Co. A bucket.