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But at Kissengen, an Artesian well yields 100 cubic ments which have been made since last year were The Niagara Falls Gazette states that arrange. feet of water per minute, with a jet of 76ft. high submitted to the meeting. The success of these ex ments have been made for building immediately a and 15in. in circumference. I do not think that the periments was stated to be complete, and the vast new suspension bridge, passing from near the chalk or greensward strata will either of them yield importance of the subject in relation to coast de Clifton-house, on the Canada side, to near the gas sufficient water supply to repay the expense of boring fence, and the enormous saving to the country in works on the opposite shore. The new bridge will and leading; but our great lines of railways from the construction of fortifications which the system be considerably longer than its neighbour below. London must pass through several limestone dis- would effect were demonstrated. The debate which tricts, and these, particularly in the vicinity of followed was of an interesting character, the in: of the Great Northern, the Great Eastern, the

A proposal has been made, for the amalgamation rivers, would

fill Artesian wells with an abundant ventor was congratulated on the results of the ex: Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire, and the supply of water to be conveyed on the level route periments, and his views emphatically endorsed by Lancashire' and Yorkshire systems of' railways. of these railways to the capital with profit to the the members who spoke. railway companies, and cconomy, comfort, and A Berlin journal states that the needle-gun has Such an amalgamation would place 1,7991 miles of health to its inhabitants. nothing to fear by comparison either with the Eng.

railway under one management. I am, Sir, yours, &c.,

lish Snider or the French Chassepot, and gives the The latest horticultural device is that of remov. CHARLES F. PARKINSON, COLONEL. following as the result of experiments made on ing the stones from fruits by a process of gradual Eppleton Hall, Co.Durham,

March 19 last, the temperature at 3 deg. of cold, reduction, by extracting the pith from shoots and June i.

the weather sombre, and the soldiers inexperienced; grafting them on stocks and their own branches for 80 men, without knapsacks, but with their accoutre successive seasons. It is said that the experiment

ments, lying down with their cartouche boxes close has been perfectly successful with the Malaga TO CORRESPONDENTS

to them, fired during 32 sec., at a distance of 400 grape, The MEOBANIOS' MAGAZINE is sent post-free to sub: hundred. These men who had not been at all pro. Coast Survey, left vacant by the decease of Aler. paces, 350 shots, and hit the target 75 times in the

'The post of Superintendent of the United States soribers of £1 18. 8d. yearly, or 10s. 10d. half-yearly, pay, pared, and had been simply told to hit the target ander Dallas' Bache, has been given to Professor able in advance,

Advertisements are inserted in the MECHANICS' MAGA- as often as possible in the time given, fired con-
EINE at the rate of 6d. per line, or 5d. per line for 13 in- sequently 4 1.6 shots per head, which makes about Dr. Bache has held the post for twenty-three years.

Pierce, of Harvard, a well-known mathematician. sertions, or 4d. a line for 26 insertions. Each line con- 8 rounds a minute. sists of about 10 words. Woodouts are charged at the same rate as type. Special arrangements made for large adver- Prussian Government in the yard of the Thames

An ironclad frigate is now being built for the In him geodetical science has lost a most able

operator. All communications should be addressed to the EDITOR, sive powers, will be one of the most powerful vessels the Royal Agricultural Society of England, at Bury

Iron Works, which, as to offensive as well as defen- The arrangements for the forthcoming show of To insure insertion in the following number, advertise. of war afloat. She is designed by Mr. E. J. Reed, St. Edmund's next month are so far completed that, monts should reach the office not later than 6 o'clock on Chief Constructor to the Navy, and will have a notwithstanding the wise decision of the Privy Thursday evening.

length of 355ft. 10in., a breadth of 60ft., with a Council not to allow cattle to be exhibited, the long We must absolutely declino attending to communica- draught of water 24jft. forward and 26}ft. aft. The lines of canvas shedding to which the visitors to tions unaccompanied by the name and address of the thickness of her armour will be sin., her tonnage these shows have been accustomed will not be car, writer, not necessarily for insertion, but as a proof of 5,938, with a nominal horse-power of 1,150, her tailed, nor will the large area enclosed be at all good faith,-ED, M. M.

displacement equalliog 9,761 tons. The armour diminished. RECEIVED.-C. C.-M. A. M.-G. H.-H. D. G.-C. M. will extend nearly 7ft. below the water-line; she

A large new furnace, recently completed under R. J. D. G. H.-5. T. R.-R. S.-G. L. P.-R. B. P. - will carry 30 guns, 15 being placed on each broad. the supervision of Mr. B. Ford, engineer, Tees IronW, H. M.-T. R.-J. N.-C. D. P.-W. H. G.-E. B. W.- side, two commanding ahead, and oņo astern. works, Middlesbro', and which belongs to Messrs. J. D.-C. F. P.

Many of these will be 50.ton guns, carrying 500lb. Gilkes, Wilson, Pease, and Co., ironmasters, was
shot. She is to be named “Wilhelm I.
The dearth of naval surgeons is much murmured furnace is 75ft. 6in. its cubical contents being

tapped on Wedneeday week. The height of the Nabal, Military, and Gunnery Jtems. sorry to learn from the British Medical Journal recent improvements and appliances connected with at on the sickly station of Jamaica, where we are 21,000ft. and it is an embodiment of all the most

. The Russian Government has given orders for the sick. Several ships are without their full com. list of those who fall in performing their duties to

There is in London at the present time a great the erection of considerable fortifications

plement, and it is said that one ship-of-war, the demand for Cornish granite and Staffordshire blue Kertch. The earthworks alone are to cost 432,000 Minstrel,” has been sent to cruise off Jamaica bricks. The Cornish granite is found to be the best roubles.

without a medical officer, The frigate “Phæbe,"

," for embankment purposes, and the Staffordshirë The French Emperor is stated to have been so about to sail from Plymouth for the West India bricks are famous for their durability, We have much interested in our display of guns that he has station, had not, by last advice, received her proper recently seen

some specimens of the latter mana: appointed a commission to examine into the whole number of assistant-surgeons.' It is to be inferred factured by E. H. Obehard, of the Old Blue Brick military equipment of the Exhibition.

that the confidence of the profession in the will of Works, near Dudley, which look the very best of We learn that a number of rifled guns manu. the naval authorities to act liberally towards it is the kind, and we hear they can be delivered in Lon. factured at the works of Sir W. Armstrong, Els- not yet completely restored. The terms and condi. don at a very low rate. wick, for the Pasha of Egypt, and tested at the tions of retirement after long service seem to weigh Government practice range, have been forwarded heavily on the judgment of young medical men, are instantaneously lighted by one single match.

At the Royal palace at Berlin, 40,000 wax candles to Alexandria. The grand review of the British fleet is appointed civil life and in other departments of public life.

who have far brighter prospects open to them in the mode of proceeding is simple enough, the wicks to take place on July 15, 16, and 17. The naval

being previously all connected by a thread spun out force engaged will include all available ships on the

of gun-cotton, on lighting one end of which all the home stations, as well as the coastguard vessels

candles are lighted simultaneously and thus the and the gunboats, and it will assemble at Spithead


whole of the 700 apartments are illuminated at on the 9th,

once. The process is so easy that the wonder is It is reported that Krupp has offered his monster

that it is not more generally practised. In Russia cannon as a present to the King of Prussia. It is

the same method is employed for lighting up the valued at about £20,000. If the gift is accepted, have killed 25,000 men since 1850.

It appears that explosions in English coal mines churches on grand occasions. Prussia will be able to render at least one of her

The Danish Government has just signed a con.

The Austrian journals state that swarms of coast batteries absolutely unapproachable by any cession for the construction audlaying a submarine poisonous flies have made their appearance in armour-plated

frigate afloat or likely to be afloat cable from the Yorkshire coast to the coast of Transylvania, and that more than 100 head of cat. for years to come. An order has been received at Chatham for the Denmark.

tle have perished. The farmers are compelled to arming of the corps of Royal Engineers, and the A rich vein of silver of the highest promise has keep their beasts shut up, and large fires are burn. men of the lat, 2nd, and 3rd depot battalions with just been discovered at the PiziframMine, in ing night and day around the sheds to keep off this the Snider rifles. When the Engineers and line Bohemia, at a depth of 400 fathoms, or 130 fathoms, rain fell copiously they disappeared, but as soon as get their Sniders all the men at Chatham will be below the level of the sea.

the weather became fine again they returned. The armed with this powerful arm, as the men of the Maine has in operation at present twelve rail. men in charge of the fires have the greatest Chatham division of Royal Marines were supplied roads, extending an aggregate distance of 573 milęs, difficulty in preserving themselves from their with Sniders some little time back.

The new roads now building are ten in number. venomous attacks, and find tobacco the best The figures worked out from the cards taken on and will run an aggregate distance of 458 miles. preservative. the trial of the “Euphrates,” 700-horse power, The total amount of beet sugar produced in the over the measured mile in Stokes Bay, on Satur- world is reported to be about 2,800,000 tons an.

The screw steamer “ Russia," just completed by day, show the following results:—With full boiler- nually. France is chief grower of beet sugar, and Messrs. Thomson and Co., of Govan, for the Cunard power.-Indicated horse-power, 4,9815, or seven a small amount is raised in the United States. line, will leave Liverpool for New York, on her first times the nominal power. With half-boiler power. The Sandwich Islands promise to supply the voyage, on the 15th inst. Messrs. Thomson have -Indicated horse-power, 2,078-3. The engines Pacific coast with sugar. "They are in the Pacific now on hand for the same line another large screw, and boilers of the "Euphrates” were designed by to America what Cuba is in the Atlantic. The to be named the "Siberia.” She will soon be Mr. R. B. Bevis, managing engineer to Messrs. number of acres planted with cane is 16,266; the ready for launching, Messrs. Caird and Co., of Laird Brothers, and manufactured under his super capital in the business is 2,000,000. dollars. Greenock, have launched a saloon paddle steamer intendence.

The distance from New York to Sacramento by for the South American trade of the followiog French writers think that the navy will be called the railroad route is 3,129 miles, of which 1,887 have dimensions :-Length over all, 246ft. breadth, 25ft. upon to play a leading part in the next war. The been completed and are now in successful operation, depth of hold, 9ft. 6in. The vessel was named the huge unwieldy ships which men supposed to be the leaving but 1,252 miles yet to be built. It is con "Rio Uruguay" she has been built for Mr. David resistless leviathans of the deep are being trans- fidently asserted that this gap will be filled up

Bruce. formed into transports, with three tiers of stabling within two years.

A company has been formed to supply the City for cavalry horses. Some of these vaisseaux ecuries The leaves of geraniums are excellent for cuts of Valparaiso in Chili, with water. Mr. Waddingwill be able to transport 1,200 horses, and the navy where the skin

is rubbed off, and other wounds of ton, an Englishman, obtained a concession as far will undertake at any moment to transport 25,000 the like kind. One or two leaves must be bruised and back as 1856 from the municipality which was aphorses. It was considered a great feat during the applied to the part, and the wound will be cicatrised proved of by the Government in 1862, to bring Crimean campaign when the fleet carried 300 horses in a short time. Having tried this years ago we can water from the range of the Andes. Mr. Waddingto Eupatoria. Orders for the construction of gun. speak to its efficacy.

ton bad begun to build a canal coming to the city boats have been distributed amongst the private Mr. J. F. Redfern has been appointed to model by a circuitous route for the double purpose of shipbuilding firms.

eight figures, to represent the Virtues, which are supplying a reservoir and of irrigating the country. On Monday evening, June 3, a second paper on intended for the Albert Memorial now erecting in A length of 72 miles of the canal has already been “Moncrieff's Protected Barbette System," was Hyde Park. These statues will be reproduced by finished. The company now formed has purchased read at the Royal United Service Institution by the the electrotype process, and include the canopy of that portion, with the concession, and have made a author, Captain Moncrieff. Reports of the experi• the memorial.

contract to complete the works.

Patents for Zuveutions.

2941 R. LAKIN and J. WAIN. Improvements in ma- malleable iron. The patentees propose to melt the iron in chinos for spinning and doubling cotton and other fibrous a common cupola or blast furnace (or it may be melted materials. "Dated November 10, 1866.

in aug other furnace applicable to the melting of cast This invention consists, first, in an improved combination iron), and to use as fluxes clay and iron slag, and it the

of machinery, actuated by or from the tin roller drum flux made from these materials is not fluid enough, they ABRIDGED SPECIFICATIONS OF shaft, to govern and regulate the rise of the faller when it add a small quantity of wrought iron, which will assist in

is unlocked at the completion of the inward run of the making a fluid flux; or they may add a small portion of PATENTS,

carriage. Secondly, in an improved mode of giving motion lime, limestone, or chalk, and when the iron is melted it

to the middle bottom drawing roller of spinning mules. will percolate through the fluxes to the bottom of the lurTae Abridged Specifications of Patents given below are Reference to the drawings is necessary for a detailed de- nace, and will be thereby cleansed of any impurities olassified, according to the subjects to which the respective scription of the invention. Patent completed.

by coming in contact, in a divided state, with the clay flax. inventionsrefer, in the following Table. By the system of classification adopted, the numericaland chronological cutting and heading nails. (A coinmunication.) Dated

2942 J. G. TONGUE. Improvements in machinery for

The clay may be raw or burnt, such as old bricks, if not too

sandy. For the purpose of strengthening and otherwise order of the specifications is preserved, and combined with November 10, 1866.

improving the pig iron, a certain proportion of fine iron all the advantages of a division into classes. It should be understood thatthese abridgement are prepared exclu- machinery without turning or reversing the nail plate to

This invention relates to cutting and heading nails by oras, either raw or prepared, may be added during the pro

cess. Patent completed. sively for this Magazine from official copies supplied by give the requisite taper after each successive cut. The na

2949 J, DENLEY. Improvements in chimney tops for the the Government, and are therefore the property of the Proprietors of this Magazine. Other papers are hereby

ture of the invention consists, firstly, in the combination purpose of preventing or curing the down draught of smoke. warned not to produce them without an acknowledge

of a pair of cutters having in addition to their clipping Dated November 10, 1866.

action an oscillating motion about an axis perpendicular, The patentee proposes to place on the top of the ordinary ment:

or nearly so, with their cutting edges, a direct forward plain chimneypot an open inverted conical cap or hoop BOILERSAND FURNACES,2989

feeding device, and a pair of reciprocating headers. Another of metal or pottery-ware surmounted by another of BUILDINGS AND BUILDING MATERIALS,-2919, 2950, 2959, portion of the invention consists in a novel combination in the same shape, and joined thereto from its edge by 2965, 2969, 2988

a nail cutting and heading machine with a straight or direct vertical wires or slips of metal. On the top of the upper CHEMISTRY AND PHOTOGRAPHY-2962, 2997

nail plate feed of cutters, nipper, gripper, and he wiers, one he places a circular horizontal flat plate or disc, raised OOLTIVATION OF THE SOIL including agricultural implo arrauged for operation together on a frame or bed, having by three or more vertical wires or standards from the edge ments and machines,none

an oscillating movement about an axis perpendicular or of the hoop, so that, supposing the wind were to blow up ELECTRICAL APPARATUB, 2977

Dearly so with the clipping edges of the cutters; and the the lower hoop or over it, it would force the smoke up to Fibrous, Fabrics, including machinery for treating fibre, said invention further consists in a peculiar arrangement the plate, and thence out from the chimney. He increases

palp, paper &c., --2941, 2945, 2956, 2962, 2966, 2967, of the nipper relatively to the cutters and headers in nail the number of these hoops where great draft is required. 2968, 2978, 2981, 2990, 2993 cutting and heading machines, and operating to turn the

Patent completed. Food and BevkHAGES, including the apparatus for prepar- cut blank at or about the middle of its length on to its

"flat" prior to its being gripped for heading; also in so bricks, and in the applioution or usos of the same. food for men and animals.-none

2950 W. PIDDING. Improvements in the minufacture of

Dated FURNITURE AND APPAREL, including household atensils, operating headers on opposite sides of the feed as that, by November 12, 1866.

time-keepers, jewellery, musical instruments, &c. - giving them, in addition to their heading action, a united This invention comprises improvements in the manufac 2951, 2968, 2964, 2974, 2992

oscillating movement in a crosswise direction relatively to ture and formation of hollow or cellular bricks of any shape GENERAL MACHINERY, - 2942, 2943, 2944, 2954, 2975, 2982, the feed, the blanks are successively acted upon by the op2995 posite headers alternately. The invention cannot be de- other matter or material; or from any other plastic earths,

or size from clay or clays used separately or mixed with LIGHTING, HEATING, AND VENTILATING,—2939, 2958 scribed in detail without reference to the drawings. Patent compositions, or material mixed or used separately; such METALS, including apparatus for their manufaocure, - completed.

bricks being strengthened by internal stays, ribs, or coros 3940, 2818, 2957, 2991

2943 J. H. Johnson. Improvements in the manu facture running entirely or partially through their interior. In MISCELLANEOUS,--2947, 2953, 2955, 2960, 2972, 2980, of chains, and in the machinery or apparatus employed some cases the inventor purposes applying the principio of 3000

therein. (A coinmunication.) Dated November 10, 1866. exhausting the air from the material under use, and by ROADS AND VEHICLES, including railway plant and car. This invention relates to a peculiar construction, arrange this means produces a greater affinity of surface or surfaces. riages, saddlery, and harness, &c., -2979, 2984 ment, and combination of machinery or apparatus for

Also in tbe formation and making of bricks of any shape or SHIPS AND Boats, including their fittings,-2998

forming the links of chains ready for being welded, and size in “moulds" from fusible matters or material and other STEAM ENGINES, -2986

consists, essentially, in constructing a machine for form- substances; as also from material or substances, whether WARFARE,-2946, 2996

ing links for chains so that it shall grasp the iron supplied used singly or in combination, which are capable of being

to it, form the link, cut the scarf or bevel for the joint reduced to a pulp. In these solid or moulded bricks he ERRATUM.-In our last number it was stated that Mr. or weld, and give the desired overlap for welding, and makes on their uniting surfaces, and outward surfaces Dering's intention for " Improvements in Engines for continue to feed up the iron until it is entirely expended where required, indentations for the introduction of a Boring Rock and other Mineral, and in Frames or Stands in forming links. Patent completed.

metallic bonding or framing suitable for the various purfor Boring Engiues" (patent No. 2,922), was not described

2944 J. H. Johnson. Improvements in file-cutting ma

poses to which he purposes applying them. Patent aoanapart from the drawings. This was an error. A portion chines. (A communication.) Dated November 10, 1866.

doned. of the invention (that relating to the engines), is de

This invention consists in moving the file blank and its 2951 G. PERRY. Improvements in lockets, brooches, and scribed apart from the drawings, and is as follows:- bed through the medium of a feed screw and screw nut, such other articles of jewellery. Dated November 12, 1866. This invention relates, firstly, to improvements upon an invention for boring engines for which the present patentee

feed screw being operated by means of a ratchat wheel and According to this invention great facility is obtained in

a palu recei viag its motion from levers and a cam. A exhibiting or displaying at pleasure any one of a series of obtained former letters patent, dated December 13, 1866 guard or shield is combined with the said ratchet wheel and photographic or other miniaturas contained in the locket, (No. 3,218). The present improvements in boring engines pal for regulating the travel or motion of the said feed brooch, or other article of jewellery. Patent completed. consist, first, in forming a portion of a thread on each of

screw, so as to obtain the desirad movement of the file the two supporting shafts of the eogine, instead of forming blank and its bed, and the graduating of the cutting of the used for lowering boats. Daced November 12, 1866.

2952 D. MURRAY. Improvements in apparatus to be a complete thread upon one of the shafts, as described in

file teeth. Patent completed the specification of the former letters patent. The patentee

This ia vention relates to the lowering of boats from dispenses wish the toothed wheels represented at X and Y,

2945 W. G. E. SWINNOCK. Improvements in lace fabrics, steamers or ships when in motion, and consists in the in figs. 4 to 9 of the drawings accompanying the said (A communication.) Dated November 10, 1866.

general arrangement of the hooks attached to the slings by specification, and substitutes for them a worm wheel, which

This invention consists in the application of lithographic which the boat is attached to the tackles. The different works between the two supporting shafts. The worm wheel

or other printing for producing designs in lace, net, and parts oonstituting the apparatus are arranged as follows: is moved by a ratchet wheel, formed with, or secured to it, imitations thereof, such printed articles being more in In lieu of employing a tumbler hook attached to the block this ratchet wheel and worin wheel are placed on the neck harmony with the various objects they are intended to as shown and described in the drawings and specification of of the cylinder cover, and the ratchet wheel is actuated by represent, while, at the same time, preserving the beauty of letters patent dated May 10, 1866, granted to T. Thorn.. a pawl connected to a lever moving on the neck of the

the lace, and improving the same by imitating exactly the ton, as a communication from the present patentee (No cylinder cover, or otherwise. A second ratchet wheel for

colours of the objects intended to be represented by the 1374), hooks are attached to chain slings coming up through giving the turning motion, as described in the said speci- designs. Pacent completed.

one of the towarts forward, and the stera seat aft, having fication, is situated behind this lever, and is worked from 2946 W. CLARK. Improvements in breech-loading fire small check chains or ropes attached to the upper part of it by a second pawl. This lever is put in motion by a con

the arms and cartridges. (A communication.) Dated No

ooks, so that when the chain slin are let go, the necting rod from the transverse shaft described in the said vember 10, 1866.

strain coming on the check chains capsizes the hooks. The specification. To return the engine to its original posi- This invention relates, first, to improvements in breech

chains reeve through iron pins or rollers under the thwart tion, after completing a hole, the two supporting shafts are loading firearms with a view to render them at once simple and stern seat, and are then led forward and aft to the moved asander to free the worm wheel. The improvements in construction and easy of action, even to those unprac- controller, the forward chain leading aft and the after ia borivg engines consist, secondly, in an improved method tised in their use. Contrary to the usual practice the inren

chain forward. By means of this arrangement both ends of moving the slide valve. This improvement consists in tor makes the breech chamber to move backwards in a line

of the boat can be lowered and released simultaneously. attaching a spring or drawing appliance, in the form of with the barrel to afford room for the introduction of the The chain is fastened or released by a controller operated an air cylinder, or otherwise, to the forward end of the cartridge, which backward motion cocks the hammer, and

on by the rise and fall of a lever, or in any other approved valve-rod; also in fitting behind the valve a catch sup- at the same time holds it in such position as to prevent its

manner. Patent completed. ported by a spring, which catch, by taking into the for- falling accidentally before the cartridge is properly placed 2953 J. INGRAM and H. STAPFER, Improvements in ward tappet nut on the valve-rod, which nut is double, in position in the breech chamber. The rectilinear more apparatus for testing the lubricity of oils and other lubriprevents the valve being drawn through until the spring of ment of the breech chamber is produced by a lever disposed cants. Dated November 12, 1866. the catch is struck by a bammer or tappet on the transverse at the side of the stock, and inside the said chamber is The patentees claim, firstly, the system or mode of testsbaft. This hammer comes down upon the spring of the fitted a socket constituting an abutting surface for the ing the lubricity of oils and their lubricants between oy. catch during the latter part of the forward stroke of the cartridge, which socket is a fixture, and serves to extract the lindrical, concave, and convex surfaces, by ascertaining the engine, and the valve is then drawn through the first- cartridge case after firi The socket is farther bor ed at amount of frictional motion which will be required to pronamed spring or air cylinder. Patent completed,

its centre to receive a pin or stem, which is movable with the duce a given temperature, substantially as described and breech ohamber, and terminates at one end in a point, sert-illustrated in the drawings. Secondly, the system of stop

ing as a striker for igniting the central capof the cartridge; ping the rotation of the apparatus by self-acting means 2939 T. SKAIFE. Improvements in a vibrating lightening the other end of this stem acts on the hammer in order to when the given temperature has been attained by a thera lamp for the obtaining of photograms. Dated November cock it and hold it in such position as above mentioned. mometer, and an electro-magnet and connected mechanism, 10, 1866.

The different parts of the arm are so combined as to enable substantially as described and illustrated in the drawings. The patentee claims the use of a vibrating platform' or muzzle-loaders to be converted on this system into breech- Patent completed. table, with or without a reflecting mirror, for the purpose of loaders, it being only necessary to cut away the rear end of producing, by means of vibration among its particles, an in the barrel and fit the breech piece thereto. The cartridge

2954 W. ROUTLEDGE and F. F, OMMANNEY. Improved stantaneous combustion of any actinic

powder or other de- which has what is termed a central-fire is made so as to self-ucting apparatus for cutting or getting coal, boring Bagrating or easily flammable substance, when used for prevent

any escapejot gas, the cap or priming being placed rocks, or other substances. Dated Norember 12, 1866. the purpose of obtainiog photographic pictures, substan- at the centre of a wad of compressed pasteboard and then

The body of this apparatus for getting coal consists of a tially as described. Patent completed.

covered with a metal cap enclosing the whole of the end of cylinder, valve box, and side passages, all of one piece, the 2940 N. Korsounoff. Improvements in the manufac- the

car.ridge. The invention cannot be fully described Flinder being at one end permanently closed, and at the without reference to the drawings. Patent completed.

other end fitted with a gland or nut haviog a hole in which ture and casting of malleable iron and steel. Dated No

is placed a tool or cutter holder. In the interior of the cyvember 10, 1866.

2947 G, CRAWSTAY and J. THOMAS. Improvements in linder there is a long piston, having its ends fitting the This invention consists in introducing in the manner the treatment of scoria or slag of copper ores. Dated No. cylinder, the intervening space between the ends being of hereinafter described into the liquid metal in the puddling vember 10, 1866.

less diameter for forming a chamber between it and the or other furcace used for converting cast iron or steel the This invention consists in the smelting of slag or scoria cylinder, which chamber communicates with passages vapoor of nitric acid or chloric acid rich in oxygen, cr their with pig or cast iron, in combination with clay for the leading to both ends of the valve box,

and also by a hole salts, and also the vapour of hydroacids or other materials Aux, and lime or limestone, so as to extract the iron from in the cylinder with the aimosphere. The valve box has rich in hydrogen, or the salts of hydroacids, or mixtures of such cinder or slag, and for the better refining such iron, a circular bore, and is fitted with a circular valve with the the said acid vapour, either alone or combined with a blast omitting the lime or limestone if desirable, thereby show- necessary passages, the box being provided with a pipe hole of air; or liquid hydrocarbon in a state of vapour may be ing that, as iron in smelting with lime flaxes will take up for the supply of compressed air, steam, or other motive intr duced into the liquid metal. By the introduction of lime in its composition, and that such lime greatly deterio- power, and a pipe or hole for the exhaust. At one side of of the oxidising gaseous liquid or solid compound the de- rates the iron, so will

pig or cast iron, by being melted, the cylinder and valve box there is a passage communicating carbonisation of the iron and be

oxidation of siliceous again in the clay flux without limes be deprived of its lime, with an opening in the cylinder near its closed end, and matters in the iron are promoted. When hydroacids or

and will take up in its stead a portion of its aluminium. at another side a passage communicating with an opening, materials rich in hydroger, or the salts of hydroacids, are Patent completed.

at the other end of the cylinder, and also with an opening passed through the melted metal, they are decomposed, and 2948 G. CRAWSHAY and J. THOMAS. Improvements in leading to the tool or cutter holder. When compressed air at the moment of decomposition, or when the elements are refining pig or oast iron for puddling into wrought or is supplied to the valve box it passes through an opening jo a nascent state, they act upon the metal and improve its malleable iron. Dated November 10, 1866.

in the valve, and through the passage near the closed end quality. The quantity of acid or salt employed will de- This invention relates to certain improvements in the of the cylinder, and acts with power on the head of the pend upon the composition of the iron acted upon. Patent

means of preparing or refining pig or cast iron, so that it piston, so as to force its other or foot end against the head completed.

may be fit for the prooess of puddling into wrought or of the tool or cutter bolder, thereby driving the tool or

pick into the scam, and cutting or getting the coal ; the
Oxhaust air having previously passed through the exhaust oots, and couches. Dated November 13, 1866.

2964 L. BRIERLEY. Improvements in metallic bedsteads, carried thereby, which lever is so formed as to interlock with

projections formed on the breech-piece, and thus bold it passage and through the exhaust pipe. When the valve is shifted, the operations are reversed, the compressed air and tightening of the cloth or other textile sacking of the

This invention has for its object to facilitate the fixing securely in position when the parts are closed. The lever

is let into a recess in the breech piece, and moves on an passing to the tool end of the cylinder, and shifting back bed, cot, or couch. ibe tool and piston to their original positions, and so on in connection with a metallic bedstead. Instead of making the breech is closed the axis of the lever is below a line or

The patente describes his invention axis, its movement being limited on one side by a stop, continuously. The valve is shifted to and fro by the working of the pistou , wbich, in its forward and backward more.

the framing of the bedstead of angle iron, as is usual in monts, uncovers and covers the passages leading to both

motallic bedsteads, he makes the framing of cylindrical plane passing through the axis on which the breech-picca ands of the ralve box, and allows a portion of the

bars or of tubing. This

tubing on one of the sides of the turns, and through the projections thereon which secure it exhanet air to act alternately on boths ends of the stead, is connected with the pillars of the bedstead b. breech-piece upon its axis before the locking lever is lifted

bedstead, and at the top and bottom or ends of the bed - in position, and as the exterior surfaces of the projections valves, and shift it at each stroke of the piston. The principlo worked out in this macbine is the obtaining tuhing at the other side of the bedstead is connected to consequently, the recoil cannot distard the parts which of the coal by a succession of rapid blows, instead of tho

close the breech. The locking lever is furnished with a long and powerful strokes of most other machines, Patont

the pillars by means of tubular sockets on the pillars, in Shandoned. which sockets the ends of the tube engage, so as to permit thumb-piece for the purpose of lifting and opening the

breech. By raising and turning tbe lever and breccb-piece of a rotary motion of the said tube. He calls this tubular 2955 G. F. FREEMAX. A new composition roller for side of the bedstead the rotating

tube or side. The sacking over ou to the barrel, the end of a spring or a scop is oalico printing, which composition is also applioable to is connected to the three fixed sides of the framing by brought in contact with a projection on a lever or * other purposes. Dated November 12, 1866.

tractor,” which is carried by and moves on the axis of the means of hems in the sacking, through which hems the This new composition is formed of copper, tin, lead, and three fixed tubes are passed. The sacking is fixed to the breech-piece, 80 as to withdraw the exploded cartridge antimony in certain proportions. Patent abandoned. rotating tube or side by means of a ind, to wbich the edge case ; should the spring happen to break, the stop of

shoulder will still act to partially witbdraw the cartridge. 2956 J. BENTLEY and W. HAMPSON. Improvements in of the sacking is attacbed by a small hem. This rod is

The hammer of the block is arranged so as to strike a pin or stretching woven fabrica during the processes of stiffening; Said rod through a slot running the whole length of the passed into the rotating tube, tbe eacking passing from the

bolt carried by the breech-piece, the oth-r end of the pio, aining, drying, or finishing them. Dated November 12, 1866.

rotating tube. By turning the rotating tuhe, the sacking being arranged to strike and thus explode the cartridge. This invention is not desoribed apart from the drawingi. is coiled on the said tube, and thereby tightened. In order

The parts are so arranged that the bammer cannot striko Palent completed. to effect tbe required motion in the rotating ruh: or side,

the exploding pin or bolt until the breech-piece is perfectly

closed. The bieech-piece can be removed for the purpose of 1957 G. CRAWSKAY and J. Tuomas. Improvements in square or hexagoval nuts are fired on or near its ends, and

cleaning the barrel by simply removing the scraw or axis on the treatment of titaniferous iron ores, and in extracting by spanners or screw wrenches aoplied to the said nuts the

which it turns. Patent abandoned. required motion can be given to the rorating tühe. In order vron therefrom, also for utilising the scoria produced. to in the rotat ng tube or side in the position to which it Dated November 12, 1866.

2971 0. E. BROOXAN. An improved method of and has been brought, a small ratchet wheel has made at its The patentees claim, first, the mixing of pig or cast iron middle, with wbich a click or paal supported by the stretcher

arrangement of engine for towiny or hauling barges and with the titanio iron ore ; and, secondly, the use of slag or

other vessels. (A communication.) Dated November 13, bar oogages and prevents the return motion of the ratchet

1866. sooria produced from the smelting of titaniferous iron ores wheel. Patent completed. for the improvement of iron that is not titanic, substan.

The chief ohject of this invention is the omployment of Wally as described. Patent completed.

2965 G. WHITEUKAD. Improvements in chimney tops or steam locomotives upon the towing paths of rivers and cowle, Dated November 13, 1866.

canals without any rails for the locomotive to run upoo. * 1958 A. V. Newton. Certain improvements in coal oil This improved chimney top or cowl is made by preferonce The invention comprises for this purpose a system of meIdripe. (A communication.) DatoNovember 12, 1866. in two parts, one fitting over the other. The inner portion chanical towing or hauling hy steam or other motive agent

This invention is not describe i apart from the drawings. or part is made by preference of an octagonal shape, but it for effecting the towing of barges or other vessels. Patent Patent completed.

may be round, square, or of any other shape. For the abandoned. 2959. J. R. CAPMAN. Improved means of forming joints sako, howover, of clearness the patentoo describes it as

2972 W.OLAR between sashes, doors, drawers, and other structures, and being octagonal, the top being covered with a cap, and

Improvements in the preparation or the frames in which they move or are Alted. Dated No

made by preference somewhat conical. The outer "part, treatinent of fabrios or materials for the muu facture of tomber 12, 1866. which fits over and rests on the inner, is made of a shape various useful articles. (A communication.) Dated No

vember 13, 1866. This intention consists in torming joints as follows :

to correspond therewith, and is open at top, terminating Around the inside of the frame in which a sash door, in & Burt of crown or canopy. Ribs are brought from the

This invention consists in preparing, ornamenting, and drawer, or other structure moves or is fitted, the patente: top of the cap down the eight corners to hali way down, metallising or galvanising fabrics and other materials with cuts a dove-tailed or other formed groove or recess, and in or thereabouts, the top or cowl. In each square formed

a view to the production of various ornamental and useful cbis groove be btt a tabe or cashion of india-rubber, or preferably square, for the smoke to escape, which can botwoon the ribs, there are by preference throe apertures, articles, which, by the aid of the several operations of the

invention, are made to resemble open melal work in appear. other suitable yielding and elastic material; then upon on against the tobe or cushion he fics a bead of obony, either ascend or descend according as the wind may affect

ance. Patent completed. metal, wool, or other suitable hard material, which pro

the draught. There are cross pieces from rib to rib, which 2973 F. W. Daunt and D. THOMAS, Improvements in jects from the frame liko an ordinary bead, but can be

act as shields to prevent the action of the wind when picks, or mandrels, such as are used for cutting coul and torced inwards owing to the elasticity of the tabe or cushion blowing down affecting the draught. Patent completed. other minerals. Dated November 13, 1866. behind it. The sash, door, or other structure fitted in the 2966 O, MOSKLEY, Improve inents in machinery for the

According to this invention, in place of making the head Imme is out with a groove corresponding to the bead, and manufacture of indis-rubber thread. Daled November 13, of the pick ur mandrel in one piece, the patentees make the the elasticity given to the bead by tho tube or cashion 1866.

point or points separato froin the other parts of the head, bebiad it torms an air.tight joint, and at the same ojme In performing this invention the inventor cuts the bla.

and so that they can be removed and replaced at pleasure. prevents the sash or other structure bearing upon or rub- ments or throads from a solid cylindrical block or hollow By this arrangement, when the points become blunt, they bing the wood of the frame, and compensates for any cylinder of india-rabber. The cylinder or block is put

can be removed and sent to the surface to be sharpened, shrinkago in the material of the frame, or of the sasb or upon a mandrel or contre, which receives a slow rotary and

whilst in the meantime the pick way continue in use, otbor structure, Patent completed. lateral or progressive motion, and the cylinder or block is

another point having been fitted into it. The patentees 2960 A. HAWKINS. Improvements in sculpturing or

cut upon its outer surface by a series of knives having a form in the head of the pick a socket or sockets on one or forming ornamental and other devices on and in marble, guisk rotary, oscillating, or sliding motion, and hy a knite both sides of the hole which receives the handle, and they

make the movable steel points with stems which fit into stone, and other substances. Dated November 12, 1866.

these sockets, and are secured by locking scrons or other For the purposes of this invention blocks or moulds, power, thus producing a series of threads or filaments.

convenient means. Patent completed. wually of iron or steel, aro employed (but other material may be used in forming them) having the reverse of the

3967 W. 8. MACDONALD. Improvements in the method 2974 J. P. BROWN. Having reference to the application devices formed therein or thereon, according as the device

and means of cleansing textile and other fabrics and mate- of bedsteads to apartments. Dated November 13, 1866. to be sculptured or formed is to be in relief or sunk. Such rials. . Dated November 13, 1866.

The patentee claims constructing an apartment with blocks or moulds bare a quick motion imparted to them to

The patentee claims the application and use of animal bedstead-receiving recess formed in it at its ceiling of upper and trom the surface of the marble, stone, or other sub-blood, either alone or in combination with a mineral or part, and applying a bedstead to such recess by counterstance, striking the same again and again in quick suc

metallic acid or other substatces, for scouring, cleansing, balancing devices, substantially as described. Patent com cossion. Water and sharp sand or other suitable grit aro

and preparing textile and otber fabrics and materials, and pleted. copiously supplied to the surface which is being sculptured mordants on fabrics to be 'dyed or printed, as described. for fixing colours on fabrics, and fixing and cleansing the

2975 W. W. MARSTON. Improvements in machinery for or formed by this process of beating. Thus, supposing it to bo desired to produce in relief the profile of a human Patent completed.

carving wood, metal, marble, or other material to the shape

of a pattern. Dated Novemher 13, 1816. head, the blook or mould would bare the device sunk

2968 J. HARDING. Improvements in machines for The object of this invention is to effect the carving of thoroin, and in regard to other devices which are required doubling cotton and other fibrous materials. Dated No- furniture, picture frames, letters, scroll, or relief work, to be produced more or less ia relief, or more or less sunk, vember 13, 1866.

countersunk figures, shapes, or designs in woods, marbles, the blocks or moulds will be formed accordingly with parts l'ho patenteo claims, first, supporting the cops or bobbins or metal, or to carve busts, medallions, or other works of of the beating surface sunk or in relief, as required by each of yarn to be doubled in balanced levers or frames, in order art in which a pattern corresponding to the article to be particular device. Patent completed,

that the distance between the said oops or bobbins and the produced is employed. A tracing instrument is used to 2961 J.C. STEVENSON and G. T. FRANCR. Improve- nip of the

reddermonay be reduced, as described. Secoad, the follow the pattern, and a rapidly revolving tool is used to thento in the manufacture of soda or alkali. Dated Novem- described. Thirdly, the improved arrangements of parts bed for carrying both the pattern and article to be carved,

effect the cutting or carving. The invention relates to : ber 12, 1866. Provisional protection bas not been granted for this in And, lastly, enclosing the flyers in boxes or cases, as do plane in which the cutter and tracor move in combination

for lifting the rollers and applying the brake, as described. and having an endwiso movement at right angles to the vention. scribed. Patent completed.

with three or more universally jointed parallel arms con 2962 H. and J.CR ORD. Improvements in Anishing 2969 A. SCHOLKY. Improvements in nails or fasteningo. necting at one end to a stationary frame, and at the other thread and yarns, and in the machinery or apparatus em. Dated November 13, 1866.

end to the head upon which are mounted the cutter and ployed therafor. Dated November 12, 1866.

The essential feature of novelty of these Dails or faston- tracer. By this combination of mechanism the tracer can This invention bas reterence to improvements in that ings consists in making them three-sided, and tapering be guided by hand, so as to follow a pattern with the description of thread-finishing machines technically known gradually from the head to the point. Each side, how greatest ease and accuracy, because the universally jointed - the pinning machino" or "iron man," more particu- ever, in lieu of being flat, is hollowed or grooved the entire arms move with so little friction, the samo movement directlarly used for stretching and glossing cr polishing saving length, or any portion thereof, the three corners or angles ing the revolving cutting tool with equal accuracy in throad in banks by twisting or screwing" them in vertical presenting sharp ridges somewhat after the fashion of a effecting the carving. Patent completed. rows upon and between corresponding upper revolving and bayonet. In lieu of having a laterally projecting head, lower non-revolving hooks; and the essential or main this part of the nail or fastening is producəd by expanding regulator, applicable to various industrial purposes, also

2976 J. F. BELLEVILLE. A new or improved spring feature of tho invention consists in putting on an extra intermittent tensional strain or pressure upon the banks when driven, the extreme end only of the nail will be applicable as a pressure gauge. Dated November 14, 1866. after they have received the complete double, twist, or curl visible. Putent abandoned.

This invention has for its object the construction of an (in addition to the extra tension or weight which the banks

apparatus composed of discs of a truncated, conical, or

2970 J. G. TONGUE. receive constantly while giving them both the twisting and

Improvements in breech-loading concare form, similar to those described in the specification untwisting action of the second or polishing coil or curl). | Arearms. (A communication.) Dated November 13, 1866.

to certain letters patent granted to the present patenter og How to act forci ly and draw or olongate the twist or coil

This invention is applicable to tbe conversion of muzzle- March 14, 1866 (No, 763), connected together in pairs, of st that time, and also while the upper hooks are in the act

loaders into breech-loaders, and consists in the general which successively the inner and outer edges are ia con of being raversed and turned so as to uncoil the polishing arrangement and the particular mechanism for replacing tact with each other, so as 10 form betweea them an enscrew or coil of the banks, and vioe versa, so as to release

closed compressible and water-tight space or chamber, contrivanca for withdrawing the exploded cartridge case. capable of bearing very considerable pressure, so that the this tensional strain upon the banks when and during the time the upper books are reversing their motion and turn

The mechanism is extremely simple and durable, all the exterior and interior surfaces of such chamber or bollow Ing so as to retwist or coil the polishing screw or coil upon readily examined and cleaned when required. There is but pressures.

mechanical parts being exposed to view, so that they can be spring can, at the same time, be exposed to very different the bankı. Patent abandoned.

Such apparatus is applicable in all cases where one spring in the combination, the breaking of which does it is required to transmit, by the agency of faids or gaser, 2963 T. MOLINEUX. Improvements in pianofortos. not render the arm unserviceable. The copper cartridge constant or intermittent force of very regular action and Dated November 13, 1866.

employed (as in the An.erican system) cannot explode without loss of friction, and also where it is requisite This invention has for its object improvements in the before the closing of the breech is effected. The lock in the back or framework of pianofortes, technically called

after having transmitted the force that the agent by wbich case of altered guns on this principle can be retained, and it was transmitced should return automatically into its "bracings," and is applicable to both upright and hori- only requires a slight alteration of the hammer; conse original position. This apparatus is particularly applizontal pianofortes, and the invention consists in the appli- quently, the cost of converting a muzzle to a breech-loa ler cable as a hydraulic or gaseous regulator to all prime antion of T or L iron bars (which the inventor calls is very trifliog. The barrel is screwed into a suitably movers actuated by fluids or gases, such as stanu engines, "tensive bars") 10 the backs of the bracings, wbich said formed breech piece, which is substituted for the ordinary water-wheels, turbines, and other prime nuovers. It has : bracings are grooved, or otherwise prepared for that pur. breech-piece. The closing of the breech end is effected by a pore, and the bars are secured to the bracings by means of hinged block which turns over

on to the barrel upon a pin or brake, also; it possesses considerable

power, and can be

very regular and powerful action as a hydraulic or gaseout screws or bolts inserted at each end, or in any other suitable aris on the front end of the breech-piece. When the breech made to act rapidly through considerabie distances, Patent Anper. Patent abandoned.

eod is closed, the hinged block is kept in position by a lever I completed.

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2977 E. J. PATNE. An improved mode of authenticating 2984 J. OLABK. Improvements in railway brakos. Dated suspended by perpendicular arms from an overhead rocking or confirming telegraphic despatches, and for appuratus to November 14, 1866.

tree in lieu of being attached to tbe usual sword arms se be employed therein. (A communication.) Dated No- This invention relates in part to the ordinary brakes, and cured a rocking tree at the foot of the loom, It is further Verbaber 14, 1866.

in part to the means of applying the same. The objects of proposed to adopi such a combination of mechanism for his invention relates to a method of authenticating the invention are-first, to obtain the brake power from the driving the eleigh as shall admit of the boat up or traverso te grans by the addition of certain letters, by preference axles or wheels of the train when in motion; second, to of the sleigh over the yarn being regulated or varied at will tbree, to each telegram. These letters are so arranged as regulate the power so obtained, a. required; third, to intro

without interfering with the crauks which give motion to to give a different combination for every day in a period of duce between the force applied and tbe brake blocks self-such sleigh. Patent abandoned. six months, Attached to each combination is a number adjusting media for compensating the wear of the blocks 2994 J. ERSKINE. Improvements in the construction of ranging from 1 to 183, which numbers are arranged in any upon the wheels; fourth, to compensate or prevent thejar steam ongines. Dated November 15, 1866. dosired ord er opposite to the days of the month. Con- of the carriages to which brakes are fitted ; and lastly, to This invention consists in utilising the force of the steam fidential agents supplied with this table are enabled at once improve certain parts of the mechanism by which the ordi- expended on the bottom and top of the cylinder during the to ascertain whether the telegrams they receive are for- dary brakes are appled. Patent abandoned.

up and down strokes of the piston. To effect this tbo igwarued by the correspondent in possession of tht counter.

2985 E HUGHES. Improvements in the manufacture of venlor coustructs the steam cylinder so that it siides and Part table or key. Patent abondoned.

tubes and other articles, and in tha apparatus employod has a similar motion to the piston, but in the reverse dirodim 2978 J. WAITEHEAD. Improvements in looms for weav- therein. Dated November 14, 1866.

tion. He mounts the cylinder on a sliding bed, or in ing. Dated November 14, 1866.

This invention consists in imparting to the tube or other guides or bearings so that it can travel easily; he connecte This invention is not described apart from the drawings. article, whether solid or hollow, shapes or designs which

the cylinder with one crank and the piston with another, Patont completed.

are partly raised abore and partly depressed below the origi- the throw of each being half the length that it would be la 3979 O. M, BATHIAS, An improved apparatus for regis- nal surface of the tubs or other article. For the purpose of the ordinary way, The shafts connected with each craok fering tho speed of machinery or the distance travelled by producing that part of the shape or design which is raised revolve in different directions, the two cranus being ench vehicles. Dated November 14, 1866.

above the original surface of a tube or other hollow article, on the opposite dead centres at the same time. The crank the patentee uses an expanding mandril with one or more

shafts may be connected together in This invention consists in the combination of three discs

acy suitable way without springs, the working of which enables one of rolls or dies therein inserted in the article about to be by toothed wheels, and the two motions thereby brought

into one ; or they may have two cranks with a conDocting ascertaining in an indefinite manner by augmenting the shaped or ornamented, in combination with dies or rolls disca by a series of three discs the rotary or rectilinear applied to the exterior thereof. For the purpose of pro. rod. The steam and exhaust pipes are made rolescopic, motion of all sorts of machines or vehicles. The first disc, ducing that part of the shape or design which is depressed with stuffing boxes, and the travel of tho cylinder works cat in the form of a Maltese cross, has ten concave sides, on

below the original surface of any lube or other article, he the slide talre. Patent abandoned. which are inscribed the numbering figures. The second

uses dies, or rolls, or holes with rolls in them capable of 2995 J. NICHOLS. Improvemento in machinery for carries ten teoth, which catch in the preceding; and the opening to receive or take out the article in process of manu- soringing yarns. Dated November 16, 1866.

This invention is carried oat in the following manner: third carries a single tooth on its circumference, the radius facture, and closing with power sufficient to reduce the of which is eqnal to the concavity of the sides of the first diameter or portions of the same, as may be desired. Patent For wringing washed, dyed, or bleached yaras the patente

completed.. disc. The second and third discs are solidly jointed to

sttaches brackets to near one side of each vat, carrying gether, their thickness being the same as that of the first 2986 T. PAGR. Improvement in locomotivo engines and

revolving or wringing hook, and at the opposite sido another

bracket carrying a hook which does not revolvo, but can be disc. Tho first disc is shipped on to an axle, and the two their permanent ways. Daced November 14, 1886. others on another axle at a convenient distance, so as to

This invention con-ists essentially in employing a loco.

slided or adjusted in the bracket according to the loagok of

the hank. allow the first disc to catch in with the two others. Disc motire running on broad tramways of st.sae, wood, or other

To the shaft of each revolving book he fines

worm wheel, gearing into and driven by a worm fred on the No. 1, in one revolution, bears along at the same time disc material, such tramways being, if desired, roughened or

main shaft of the machine, which shalt extends the entiro No. 2, and, consequently, disc No. 3, which is connected to serrated, to afford the roquired bite. Paleni completed. it; but when disc No. 1 has checkod off the ten numbering

length of the vata, and carries' as many worms as there are: figuros, it carries disc No. 3, which has but one tooth, and cation.) Dated November 14, 1866.

2987 W. CLARK. Improvements in lozks. (A commani. hooks and worm wheels, there beicg at the driving and of

the shaft one fast and two loose pulleys. By placing the has only travelled round one-tenth of a single figure of disc

This invention is nos described apart from the drawings. shaft between two sets of vats, and rising right and leteNo. 1, of the second series of three discs, and so on. The Putent abandoned.

band worms and worm wheels, he can work two sets of application of this combination to a vehicle takes place by

2988 J. O, MORRELL Improvements in the construction revolving hooks with one maio sbatt; bus in either caso the moans of discs bearing ratchets or unequal sides, so calcu

shafu is put in motion alternately in opposite directions by lated that the sum of their revolutions correspond with of dry closets, and in apparatus for preparing manure.

a surap from a driving sbaft. The said strap passes over that of the wheels of the vehicle, the circumference of Dated November 14, 1866. which has boon previously measured.

For the purposes of this invention the seat of a closet is pulley fixed to the driving shaft, and over the pulloys on Patent completed.

hinged or movable, in such manner that, on a person the main shaft, and on its return passes over a loose pulley 2980 H. A. BONNEVILLE. An improved apparatus to sitting thereou, the seat will be depressed, and by means of on the deiving shaft or on a counter shaft, thereby giving teach book keeping. (A communication.) Dated Norom- a connecting rod attached thereto, and to one end of a one revolving motioa to wring or twist the banks of yarn, ber 14, 1866.

lever, motion will be communicated to such lever, and it, and other reverse motion to votwist them. The rod of the The patentee claims the arrangement and combination of by its other end, will, by another connecting rod sirap forks is connected to one arm of a three armed lever, morable

strips of cardboard, and of a tableau or aparatus attached thereto, and to one end of a cranked lever, a second arm carrying a weight, and the third arm a bowi divided into compartments in which are inscined the dif- give motion to a or forcer within a chamber or roller placed in connection with a cam or tappet work ferent debtor or creditor accounts made use of in com. at the bottom of a hopper, and by such moans more ing on a stud, and to one of the shafus of the revolving merci al or other operations, 50 us to be able, hy murely back the ram or forcer so as to permit the chamber hooks is fixed a pinion gearing into a toothe wheel fixed to uplifting the necessary pieces of cardboard, to have substan- or space previously occupied by the ram or forcer to be the cam for giving its resolving motion. In addition to tially under one's eye the mander of transierring the writ. come filled with earth or other suitable dry deodorising this can he employe, when desired, another cam or tappet ings on to the journal. Putent completed.

matter. The ram or forcer is also acted on by a spring or on a counter shaft revolving at a slow speed, and aoting at 2981 H. A. BONNEVILLE. Improvements in treating a weight, by which, when the seat is again allowed to riso, regular periods on a lever connected by a lever and rods to coriain bark for the production of a fibrous substance known

the forcer or ram will be moved quickly, and drive before the lever carrying the strap fork. Patent completed. in commerce by the name of vegetable silk. (A communica

it the deodorising earth or matters over the fresh deposit 2996 E. U. HODGES. Improvements in the construction tion) Dated November 14, 1866.

which has been received into a suitable movable pail or of breech-loading Arearms. Datou November 15, 1866.

The excrement is This invention coosists in a process for treating the bark vessel below the opening in the seat.

The patentee claims constructiog rhe cartridge extractor or rind of the young stalks of mulberry trees, so as to afterwards removed to a drying house, constructed with in break-down guns by means of a tumbler or rock lever obtain theretrom a textile product similar to 'silk in its several drying floors, steam or hot water pipes being arranged as described. Putent completed, brilliancy, to cotton from its softness, and to linen hy its arranged below the said floors for imparting the requisito

2997 L. BERNIEGT. strengtb. The said bark is taken off at the time when the heat Mechanical means are employed for mixing the Dated Norember 15, 1866.

Improvements in photography sap rises, or by steeping the stalks in hot or cold water; the material under oporation. Patent übandoned.

This inventiou consists in producing and employing inventor tben, first of all, takes off the outer coating by 2989 W. A. LYTTLE. Improvements in steam generatori. medallion-like appearance in relievo to photographie por dipping this bark in hot water; tbo bark thus cleared Dated November 16, 1866,

traits, busta, or otherwise, having inscriptions, monograms, of its outer coating is next boiled in water to free it of a The patentee olaims, first, 80 constructing steam genera- or similar devices printed thereon in the manner and for second green bark under the first, and a pellicle next to tors for any purposes that at one time tbeir fuel sball be the purposes set forth and described. Patont completed. the wood. The matter which remains is of a fibrous descrip-barat with a blast, caused by propulsion or suction of the tion mixed up with a gummy substance; he submits this air, heated by the waste heat of the smok', or smoke and propelling vessels. Datod November 15, 1866.

2998 E. HUYPABYS. Improvements in machinery used in matter to repeated wasbings to cleanse it of this gummy steam, and with or without special increase of the prəssura,

These improvements are applicable to veksels propelled by substance. The fibres freed from this gum are fit for wear by tbrottling when propelled, as described; whilst at

water received into and forced from centrifugal or otbor ing and spinning. Patent abandoned. another time the air can be supplied to the furnace, and the

suitable pumps, actuated by condensing steam engines op 2982 W. Olappertos. Improvements in multiple drille products of combustion allowed to pass in the chimney board such veszels. The invention consists ia so arranging ing machine. Dated Norem ber 14, 1866.

the surface condensers of such steam engines tbat the water This invention relates to improvements designed princi, structed in accordance with the specification of this inven. Second, he claims fer the use of steam generators con

(or such parts thereof as may be desired) which is received pally for rendering multiple drilling machinus more con

inro and propelled from its pumping machinery may in its venient in use thaa hithert, and more easily adjustable to tion, the sereral nuvel details therein described. Patent

pa-sage int) or from such pomping machinery pass throug? different pieces of work.

completed. Toe details of the machine may

the surface condensers of the steam engine, and thus ocongbe varied, but in one useful modification there is a horizon. 2990 W. R. LAKE. Improvements in lowme for weaving. mise the power requisite for causing the water to dow tal girder or frame piece formed with V guides t r a saddle- (A communication) Dated Novernber 15, 1866.

thrjugh the surface condensers of the steam engines "emadapted to the front side to slide upon horizontally. The This invention consists in the novel method of producing ployed. And in order to ensure draught to the furnaces al girder is fixed upon two or more staodards disposed so that the shed and bringing the beddle levers ioto line, in the em. che boilers of such steam engines the inventor applies, when the saddle overbangs the article (a keel bar, for exa inple) ployment of the yielding sbaft for supporting the levers. required, a blowing fan on the same shaft as that on which to be operated upoo, and offering no obstruotion to the operated upon by the patiero cylinder, and in the peculiar the centrifugal pump is fixed. Putent abandoned. movement of the article longitudinally under the saddle. construction of the retal loops connecting the wires to the In the outer or front vertical face of the saddle there are a heddle levers. The invention cannot be described apart

2999 T. B. DAFT. Improvemente in constructing har.

dours. Dated November 15, 1866. Bamber of T grooves for the attachment separately of the from the drawings. Patent completed.

This invention relates to the cousco uction of barbours of sockets for the drill spindles at whatever distance from

2991 H. LAMPSON. Improvements in connecting together iron or steel plates and framer, in such a manner as that each other may be required, the minimum distance depends the ends of iron or other metal bands. Dated Norimber 16, they can be built ashore and then launched, and be moored ing, of course, on the sizes of the parts. The saddle can be 1866.

by cables coming asbore and oror eapstans, and be further moved along horizontally by means of a screw spindle in

For the purposes of this invention each metal band is pro.condected wich the sbore by swirel bridges, Patent com tbe girder, and when one set of holes has been drilled, the saddle is adjusted by means of the scrow spiodle to drill | ing loops, of leather used with leather s raps.

vided with two flat inetal loops, similar in form to the slid. pleted.

One end of another set ia continuation of ur intermediately to the set already drilled. The drill spindles are driven from a hori. the band is passed through one of these loops, and turned

3000 J. KEMBLE. Improvements in apparatus for mark. sontal longitudinal driving shaft carried above the girder, surface to be next the bale for some distance, say about 4in. back against itself on the inside thereof, or towards that ing or impressing railway un other tickels. Dated Nos

vember 15, 1866. and having a number of berel wheels which gear with berei The other loop is passed over the other end of the band, and

Apparatus arranged according to this invention series to im wheels on short transverse spinules having bevel wheels on when the band is applied to a bale, this other end is passed

press or iodent sufficiently, or even to cut through a railway their troot ends in gear with bevel wheels the drill spindles. The short transverse spindles are car. and drawn through the first loop, and turned shori tack

or other ticket, by using an amount of exertion cod Tenient to ried each by a bracket formed on or attached to its respecagain over it, when the second loop is slipped over this eod,

the operator, and about the same perhaps as that used for and thus acts as a capping and keeps this end in place. The printing such tickets. The apparatus consists of a fixed tive drill spindle sockets, and extensions of these brackets ends of the band wiil thus be securely connected togetber.

base, on which the inventor joints an upright stem piece, sbitt tbe bevel wheels on the longitudinal driving shaft and Patent completed.

about bin, or 7in. bigb, containing the whole of the appa. keep them in gear. An automatic feed motion is provided, but with arrangements permitting of any one or more of

2992 T. and O. VAUGHTON. Certain improvements in the

ratus. This upright is hollow, and encloses a sliding bolt

or stem fitted to slide freely therein. This siiding piece the spindles being thrown out of gear as regards the feed, construction of articles of jowellery. Dated November 15,

carries at the upper part the mouth piece at which the 1866. so as to be fed by hand, if required. Patent abandoned.

tickets are inserted for marking, Atihe lower ond it has Provisional protection has not been allowed for this in. 2983 T. S. TRUSS. Improvements in the construction of vention.

jointed to it a short paul cr tooth-like piece (it is about piper. Dated Novomber 14, 1866.

half an inch from the axis to the point of the tooth). Tho Tbe patentee claims the construction of flexible points Dated November 15, 1866.

2993 W. N. ATKINSON. Improvements in power looins. point of this tooth rests in a curved notch formed in the for connecting or joining together pipes or tubes for the

periphery or joint or knuckle of tho axis carrying the whole

This iovention relates more particularly to power looms upright as before mentioned. The point of contact of this transmission of gas, water, steam, air, or other fluids, by for wearing linen fabrics, whereby tiger cloth can be woren means of a band in one piece, or divided into reveral part in a power loom than beretofore. According to this inven

tooth-like piece or paul with the base piece is a little out or segments, with raised beads or projections on the inter

of line (hehind) of the main or base falcrum and the line nal circumference to operate upon the joiut making make

tion it is pr yposed to employ in a linen power loom roeds of motion of the enclosed sliding item piece, while the aris rial applied in the grooves, on the eade of piper, or upon bandloom) in lieu of 1101 or steel as herslofuta used in

having dents or splits compuseu of cane (as used in a linen of the said tooth piece is in or near the said line of motion pipes baring plain surfaces. He also claims the coustruc

and axis. The consequence of this arrangement is that when tion of pipes with grooves at their ends to be used and power looms, a weighted shuttle running on Wheels or

power looms; it is further pro; oscd to employ in linea the ticket is inserced and the wbole stem pushed backwards, oporated upon as described. Patont completed.

the strut formed by the paul or tooth piece offers repistrollers similar to those "sed in band looms. The sleighiol anoe, and the sliding inner stem is forced upwards, wud



thrusts the top of such sliding stem, and with it the ticket, 1494 H. Chamberlain, Wakefield, engineer. Improve- NOTICES OF INTENTION TO PROCEED WITH against the cutting type or impressing surface held in the ments in steam boiler and other furnaces, ,

PATENTS. 1496 E. Bond, Whitby, Yorkshire. Improvements in the sliding stem. A spring is enclosed, and exerts the building or construction of ships' sail-yards.

From the London Gazette, June 11, 1867. opposite forces on the sliding and outer stems, the 1498 E. Young. Oughti bridge, near Sheffield, consulting

213 T. Berney. Firing projectiles, action of which is to depress tbe inner sliding stem in mineral engineer. Improvements in treating iron ores to

223 J. Poole. Metallic hoops. the outer one, and to throw the whole stem forward on the remove phosphorous therefrom.

227 W. H. Stallard. Regulating atmospheric air, base fulcrum. A stop limits the forward motion, while the 1500 D. Thomson, Old-street, City. Improvements in

239 W. Pocock. Presenting cards. backward movement is limited by the pressure of the card steam rollers for rolling roads, and in pitch chains for 245 H. Oraven and J. Speeding. Singling yarns. or ticket on the type, or a stop provided for contact of working the same, and for other purposes.

275 J. A. Murray. Chimney tops. the sliding parts when no ticket is inserted. The extent

Dated May 21, 1867. of tho oscillation or throw of the apparatus in stamping

287 F. Bauman, Separating fibres, 1502 J. Davies, High Park-road, Smethwick, near Bir

293 J. Smith and G. Wilson. Combing wool. a ticket is arranged to be about the same as is the ordi-wingham, mechanical engineer. Improvements in ma

296 Es S. Crease. Boring rock. nary stamping presses, say about lfin, more or less, as con-chinery for folding sheets of paper or other fabric or

299 R. D. Napier. Brakes. Tonient for the operator. Patent abandoned. material.

303 B, Harlow, Boilers. 1504 J. Gougb, Kirby-street, Hatton, engineer. Im

307 J. F. Philippi. Pianofortes. provements in arming presses for producing devices on the

325 J. Wright and T. Oobley. Treatment of ores of covers of books and other articles.

lead. 1506 G. Hordman, Wolverhampton, pattera maker.

330 G. A. Waller. Filtering beer. PROVISIONAL PROTECTIONS. Improrements in charcoal box iron.

334 S. Alley. Machine tools. 1508 S. and G. Holt, Bacup, Lancashire, picker makers.

337 J. Graham. Spelter from zinc ashes. Improvements in pickers, and in the method of manufacture

340 F. Rosenauer. Stiffening yarns. A communicaand apparatus employed therein.

tion.) Dated January 26, 1867.

1510 S. H. Foster and T. Buoney, Leicester, manufac213 T. Berney, Bracon Hall, Norfolk, clerk. Improve- turers. Improveinents in means or apparatus for the

344 G. E. Pain and C. Corroy. Oils for illtminating. ments in the construction, form, and use and means of manufacture of looped fabrics.

346 R. E. Green and W. LaycockPrinting on textile

fabrios. firing of projectiles, and in the construction and use and

1512 J. Stenhouse, Rodney-street, Pentonville, chemist, moans of firing ordnance and other arms. and J. Duncan, Clyde Wharf, West Ham, sugar refioer.

348 E. Siddaway. Smoothing irons.

358 W, S. Losh. Salts of ammonia.
Dated May 2, 1867,
Improvements in the treatment of animal charcoal and in

359 A. Ormsby. Storage of rainwater. 1277 A. Brunier, Passage des Petites Ecuries, Paris, the apparatus employed therein.

361 H, A. Fletcher, Planing metals. merchant. An improved hat cover.

1514 A. V. Newton, Chancery-lane, mechanical draughts

365 W. Jones. Junctions of pipes. An improved central-fire metallic cartridge, and

373 E. Heywood and E. Hinchcliffe. Figure weavings. Dated May 10, 1867. apparatus for manufacturing the same. (A communica

387 E. Manico. Raising sand. H1389 J. Johnson, Pendleton, Lancasbire, manufacturer, tion.)

390 J. B. Booth. Caraing engines. (A communicaand A. Giles, Manchester, engineer. Improvements in 1516 J. Mabson, Newcastle-apon-Tyne. Improvements in

tion.) machines for drying yarns, paper, and fabrics. sewing machines.

395 F. Bacon. Breech-loading fireor ns.

Dated May 22, 1867.
Dated May 13, 1867.
1518 J. Collins, machinist, and J. Smethurst, brass-cation.)

396 A. V. Newton. Sewing machines. (4 communi. 1421 W. Sodo, Pelican Beer-house, George.street, founder, Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire. Improvements in Wellington-street, Stepney, beer-house keeper. An im- machinery for dressing hides.

398 W. Clissold. Tentering machine. proved method of, and apparatus for, drawing off and 1520 J. Hargreaves, Appleton-within-Widness, analyti. Steam hammers.

440 R. Thwaites, and E, H. Carbutt, and J. Sturgeon. refining liquors or liquids of any kind. cal chemist, and T. Robinson, Widoes, Lancashire, iron

453 A. V. Newton, Railroad switch indicator. (4 founder, Improvements in the manufacture of steel and Dated May 15, 1867,

communication.) soft iron from cast iron, 1431 O. Brazil, Chorley, and R. Grime, Preston, Lanca

492 W. Clark. Toilet soaps. (A communication.)

1524 A. M. Olark, Ohancery-lane. An improved fabric shire, manufacturers. Improved arrangements and appa- for the manufacture of machine belting and for other pur

496 T. King. Oleansing casks. ratns for wetting and drying wefts or yarns to prepare

675 J. G. Tongue. Bridles and reins. (A communicaposes. (A communication.) them for weaving.

1526 W. E. Newton, Ohancery-lane, civil engineer.

tion.) 1433 E. Smith, Glasgow, manufacturing chemist. Im- Improvements in portable photographic apparatus, (A

1012 S. Perking. Railway crossings.

1045 W. R. Lake. Combined water meter and forca provements in obtaining violet colouriog matters.

communication.) 1435 0. Perry, Shipley, near Bradford wool combing

1528 A. A. Hely, Manbey Grove, Essex, and J. Marshall,

pump. (A communication.) machine manufacturer. An improved machine for flat- Trafalgar-road, Greenwich, civil and mechanical engineer.

1064 J. H. Player. Phosphorous. tening hackle pias or comb teeth employed in machines for Improvements in machinery for obtaining pressure.

1106 R. 8. M. Vaughan and A. G. Harston. Window

latch. combing wool or other fibrous substances.

Dated May 23, 1867. 1437 W. D. Tate, Cloudesley-square, Islington. Im

1150 J, Millward. Brewers' mash tuns, (A communi.

1632 O. W. Siemens, Great George-street, Westminster. cation.) provements in apparatus for stopping bottles and other Improvements in the means aon apparatus employed for 1181 A. V. Newton, Pamping engines. A comingpi. Vossele.

conveying telegraphic despatches, letters, and other light cation.) 1439 G. Nimmo, Jersey, U.S. An improvement in metal articles through tubes. (Partly a communication.) wheels for railroad cars and other vehicles.

1195 G. Gordon. Drying moist substances. 1536 S. and T. Atkinson, Otley, Yorkshire, machine 1441 6. Coles, Greshan-street West, Oity, merobant, J.

1335 E. Bourdon. Valves. makers, Improvements in machinery for folding paper. 1404 J. Watkins. Axles. A. Jaques, chemist, and J. A. Fanshawe, engineer, 1538 T. G. Green, Church Gresley Pottery, Derbyshire, Tottenham. Improvements in wheeled carriages and in earthenware manufacturer. Improvements in the manu

1416 W. E. de Bourrao. Evaporatory. the construction of wheels and springs for such carriages

1451 C. E. Brooman. Sewing machines. (A communifacture of articles of earthenware. and other vehicles.

1640 L. Stuckenschmidt, Seetbing-lane, City, engineer.

cation.) 1443 E. Edwards, Buckingham-street, Adelphi. In- Improvements in the means of, and apparatus for, landing,

The full titles of the patents in the above list can be provements in apparatus for treating mineral subɛtances.

trausshipping, or discharging grain and other substances ascertained by referring back to their numbers in the list of

in or from ships, vessels, granaries, or warehouses, and for provisional protections previously published,
Dated May 16, 1867,
taking or drawing samples of grain from granaries.

Opposition can be entered to the granting of a patent to 1446 P. A. de Berenger, , Maida Hill, Improrements in kilns for burning linestone, cement, and other materials.

Dated May 24, 1867.

any of the parties in the above list who have giren notice 1447 J. M. Napier, York-road, Lambeth, engineer. Im

1542 J. M. Muterse, Guérande, Départment de la Loire

of their intention to proceed, within twenty-one days from

the date of the Gazette in which the notice appears, by provements in intaglio plate printing machinery.

Inférieure, France, cnemist. A process for extinguishing leaving at the Commissioners' office particulars in writin: 1451 O. E. Brooman, Fleet-street, patent agent. Im

fires by means of cartridges composed of the most improper of the objection to the application. provements in sewing machines. (A communication.)

materials to combustion diluted in water ior projecting on 1453 J. Sadler, Birmingham, hinge manufacturer. An

fire. improved nail.cutting machine.

1544 T.' W. Halliwell, Brighouse, Yorkshire. Improve-
menta in looms for weaving, and in apparatus connected PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF 150

Dated May 17, 1867.
1465 J. Denis, Stamford-street, Blackfriars, merchant.
1546 L. Slatter, Drayton, Oxfordabire. Improvements in

1393 W. T. Oheetham 1435 M, Henry cases for packing and transporting butter and other dairy Improvements in the treatment and preparation of fibrous

1403 W, E. Gedge

1444 R. A. Brooman produce. substances or vegetable matters, as pulp, for the manufac

1548 G. Howard, Berners-street, Oxford street, cabinet

1407 T. Aveling and T. 1446 J. Foxley ture of paper, and in apparatus for the same.

Lake maker. Impruvements in the construction of parquet

1460 W. Martin, jua. 1457 H. Peel, Ovenden, near Halifax, machine maker

1409 E, J. Hughes flooring.

1463 J. G, Marshall and ironfounder. Improvements in looms for weaving lastings and serdge-de-berries ; applicable also for weaving ments in boring metals in the solid.

1550 T. Greenwood, Leeds, machine maker. Improveother fabrics. 1461 A. L. Dowie, Glasgow, merchant. Improvements in


HAS BEEN PAID. treating iron ore to obtain metallic compounds for various Uses.

PATENT APPLIED FOR WITH COMPLETE SPECI- 1406 M. Jacoby, J. Redol 1434 J. B. and J. Farra: 1463 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery


gate, and J. Stones

2052 E, T. Truman lane, consulting engineer, Improvements in water gauges

1425 J, Combe for steam boilers. (A communication.)

Dated May 29, 1867. 1465 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- 1593 F. B. Gage, St. Juhosbury, Vermont, U.S. An lane, consulting engineer. An improved mode of producing improved means or method of illuminating the shadows chloride o: oxyohloride of lead, and treating the same for and harmonising the lights and shades in photographic LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS PUBLISHED manufacturiog wbite lead. (A communication.)

impressions. 1467 S. Regan, Leeds, engineer. Improvements in

For the Week ending Inne 8, 1867. marine and land boilers and their furnaces, and also other furnaces used for the manufacture of iron and other pur


No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. 1469 A, V. Newton, Chancery-lane, mechanical draughts

Sealed June 7, 1867. man. Improved apparatus for lowering, detaching, and picking up ships' boats. (A communication.)

3242 W. Warren

3290 A. Woods
3245 A.S. Stooker
3291 T. Berney

s. d. 1471 J. L. Clark, Westminster Chambers, Victoria

s. d. s. d. 3247 W. F. Smith and A.

27850 10/28030 4 28180 street. Improvements in apparatus for communicating

3353 S. Hall

4 2832 1 82848/0 10/28630 10 Coventry 3358 T, Huckvale

27860 4/28040 between the passengers, guards, and enginedrivers of a

4 28190 4 2834 0 8 28490 4/286404 3249 W. C. Naogle 3366 G. Alliz

278910 4/2805 0 4 28200 10 2836 0 railway train.

4 28500 4 2865 0 4 3418 A. V. Newton 3251 W. Hopkinson

27910 4 2806 I

0 282110 428372 Dated May 18, 1867.

0 2851) 42866 0 8 3256 0. E. Brooman 3429 G. Haseltine

27920 42867 0 1473 J, Sloan, Liverpool, painter and plumber. Im

428220 10 2838 1 4 28520 41286710 4 3257 0. E. Brooman provements in the construction of ships' waterclosets.

44 W. E. Newton

27930 10 2808 L 0_28230 10 2839 0 4 28540 6|28680 G 629 H. W. Hallett

27940 428090 428240 3279 H, W. Ripley and T.

2840 0 1474 J. T. and E. J. Bland, Broadway, London Fields,

4 2855 0 8/28690 4 Barker 1078 W. R. Lake

279510 4/28100 4 282610 42841 0 plumbers, and T. Brevetor, Ash Grove, Hackney. Anim

4 28560 10 287108

279610 8|28110 6/28260 4 28 42 0 4 28570 428748 proved apparatus for more effectually regulating the supply

Sealed June 11, 1867.

279710 10 28120 4 2827/1 2843,0 4 2858 0 4/28750 8 of water or other fluids to ciscerns or other receptacles, and

27981 10281310 4.282810 4 28440 10 28590 4/28950 6 for economising the trouble and expense connected there- 3262 R. B. Boyman

3331 G. Davies

2799 1 628141 2 282910 14 2845 0 428600 41292810 with.

3264 T. Jones
3342 G. B. Fioch

28000 4128150 8|2830028460 8528610 8|297908 1477 A. H. Brandon, Rue Gaillon, Paris. Improve- 3268 H. Wren and J. Hop- 3348 S. Parry

28010 8|28160 10 2831 0 2847 0 4 286 2 0 429300 4 ments in macbinery for washing wool, the said improve

3371 W. Clark

2802 2 0128170 ments being also applicable to other purposes. (A COJQ- 3269 I. Baggs

3382 J. S. Benson and J. munication.)

3274 0. Sınıbaldi

von der Poppenburg 1481 J. White, Cheapside. An improved binder for 3281 0.0. Adley

3398 J. Rodgers sewing machines.

3292 T. V. Morgan and E,

NOTE.--Specifications will be forwarded by post from the

177 A. Apps Dated May 20, 1867.

Great Seal Patent Office (publishing department) on re• Hyles

385 W. E. Newton 1492 O. D. Abel, Southampton-buildings, Chancery

ceipt of the amount of price and postage,' Sums exceeding 3301 A. Rollason

812 H. Wilde lane. A new or improved machine or apparatus for

5s, must be remitted by Post Office Ordar, made payable as 3303 J. W. Swan

1028 W. E. Newton lling sacks with grain, fiour, bran, sugar, and other gran

the Post Office, High Volporn, to Mr.Bennett Woodcro: 3307 0. E. Brooman

1050 W, E, Newton lar or pulverous substances. (A communication.)

Great Seal. Patent Office, 25, Southampton-buildings 3321 J, M'F, Gray


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