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tube through the perforations. The improvements consist, passages to revolve the engine in opposite directions as lamine for the purpose of obtaining a red colouring matter second, in the employment of two perforated plates instead required. Likewise the invention consists in a combina therefrom.--Patent completed. of one, the two plates being connected together by a tion of valves with the pistons by means of a linked con 226 W. THOMPSON and T. STATHER. Improrements in cylinder so as to form a sort of box; the perforations in nection, so as to secure a joint action of such valves. mills for grinding or crushing. Dated January 22, 1868. one plate are connected to these in the other by tubes ; And, furthermore, the invention embraces an outside This invention relates to mills in which the material to the main tube passes through the middle of both plates. stationary exhaust steam jacket or jackets adapted to the be operated upon is supplied to a circular casing or drum The inventor prefers the two plates when cream is acted buckets for operation in combination with them and their in which beaters are fitted, the beaters having a rapid upon, for milk he prefers a single plate. The improve- side escapes and outer stationary ring or cylinder, so that, rotary motion imparted to them, so as to grind or crush ments consist, third, in the employment of a plug in the while a boxed-in character is given to the buckets, and the material against the inside of the drum or against a lower end of the tube, such plug being perforated at the the latter are kept warm from the outside by the exhaust revolving ring in the drum, the drum or the ring being bottom. The improvements consist, fourth, in fitting a steam, the same are relieved from unequal or side friction serrated or plain internally. The patentees make the disspring between the bottom of the cylinder and the perforated through working in contact with the jackets.--Patent charge aperture at the lower part of the drum instead of at plate or plates to assist the upward movement of the abandoned.

the upper, and they cover the aperture with wire screens plates and tube. The inventor also prefers to make the perforations in the plates, tube, and plug of about fin. in Dated January 21, 1868.

218 H. BRINSMEAD. Improrements in thrashing machines.

or perforated plates, so that, by having screens or plates

with different sized meshes or perforations, the grinding diameter.-Patent abandoned.

This invention consists, first, in effecting the operations or crushing may be regulated to any required degree of 211 T. V. LEE. Improvements in producing charcoal, fuel, of thrasbing, chopping, and bruising the straw and chob Apeness or roughness. For grinding bark, for instance, and firelights from peat, and for kilns and machinery to be bing wheat, or removing the awn from barley, by the use they employ plates with perforations of, say, 1fin., and employed therein. Dated January 21, 1868. of two or more cylinders and concaves at one and the

less as required, while, for grinding a material very fine, The patentee claims, first, the machine for pulping peat same operation. Second, in the application and combina

wire screens with, say, forty meshes or more to the inch, and forming it into blocks in the manner described, which tion with the above thrashing and chopping cylinders and

may be employed. For grinding grain the spindle or machine may also be used for forming coal dust into concaves of a set of riddles for effecting the separation of

shaft of the beaters in the drum passes through the lower blocks either with or without admixture. Second, the the grain from the chopped straw and chaff. Third, of a part of the feed hopper, and is made with a screw to feed construction of kilns or retorts for the purposes of drying fan elevator for raising the chopped straw and chaff to the

the grain into the drum, or with pins to agitate the grain and charring peat, or of making coal dust into coke, in stack, such fan elevator also creating the necessary cur

and make it enter the drum in a regular manner; at the the manner set forth. Third, an insulator or wrapper of rent of air for separating the chaff from the corn. Fourth, side of the drum, opposite the hopper, is a spout to admit prepared wood by which the objectionable smell of fire in combining the thrashing, chopping, and dressing appa

a current of air to keep the mill cool, and this spout may lighters is prevented.---Patent completed.

ratus with the elevator so as to form together one portable be used when required to feed larger substances, such as 212 W. J. COLEMAN. Improved apparatus to be employed and compact machine, and mounting the same upon a bones, into the drum.-Patent completed. in the manufacture of beer and wine finings. Dated Ja- suitable carriage of two or more wheels. The details of 227 C. E. BROOMAN, A new or improved mode of extractnuary 21, 1868. the invention are voluminous,-Patent completed.

ing colouring matter from madder. (A communication.) This invention relates to a previous patent granted to 219 G. T. BOUSFIELD. Improvements in liberating the Dated January 22, 1863. the present patentee dated March 22, 1865, (No 799) and colouring matter of madder and similar regetable substances This invention relates to the extraction of colouring consists in a suitable arrangement of vats connected from the ligneous matter or cellulose with which it is combined matter from madder flowers of mailder alizavine or other together by descending shoots or pipes, in the lower ones in the plant. (A communication.) Dated January 21, substances obtained or derived from madder, and conof which horizontal arms or stirrers are fitted, and are 1868.

sists in subjecting the same to the solvent action of caused to revolve freely within the same through the The object of this invention is to liberate the colouring petroleum, and of the heavy oils derived from the dismedium of steam or other motive power machinery - matter of the madder root or similar plant from the tillation of coal in conjunction with a mineral, and such, Patent completed.

liqueous matter, so that, practically, the whole amount of for example, as hydrochloric acid.-Patent completed. 213 J. J. LONG. Improvements in machinery or apparatus colouring matter of the plant may be utilized. The inven

228 S. BENNETT. Improvements in means or apparatus to to be used in the manufacture of matches or other similar articles.

tion is based upon the fact that cellulose becomes soluble facilitate the drying of grain, seed, brewer's grains, and other Dated January 21, 1868. when in the presence of cupric oxide with ammonia, and

matters. Dated January 22, 1868. This invention relates to an improved appliance to be the first part of the invention consists of a compound pro

For this purpose the patentee employs a close chamber used for the purpose of adjusting the position of the splits solution of the cellulose of the plant by the action of cupric plates are hung upon axes or centres of motion, such

cess composed of two operations, which are first, the in which a number of fluted, corrugated, or roughened or splinters of wood used in the manufacture of matches or other similar articles as they pass from the hopper for oxide with ammonia. Second, the separation of the plates being supported at a slight inclination from the the purpose of being fixed in the frames in which they are copper from the colouring matter that has been set free horizontal, and in position one above another, with ad


jacent plates inclined in opposite directions to each other. and it consists as follows:-The front part of the machine invention consists, further, of the combination of the said These plates are connected together in two or more sets is provided with cracks or a series of guide bars which

two operations with the separation of the sugary matter of by links or connecting rods pin jointed thereto, and servo to retain the splits or splinters in their position the plant from it... We cannot here give space to the operated by cranks, eccentrics, or cams carried by a shaft between the laths of the frame containing them, as the details of the invention.-Patent abandoned.

to which rotary motion is given in any suitable manner, frame descends whilst being filled. Some difficulty is, 220 A. B. BROWN. Improvements in actuating the ralres of the plates being thereby raised at one end and then sudhowever, experienced in enabling the splits or splinters to engines worked by steam or other fluid. Dated January 21, denly dropped, so that the matters thereon shall be thrown enter the spaces between the guide bars as they are forced 1868.

somewhat into the air, and gradually caused to fall from forward from the bopper, and to ensure their correct The patentee claims, first, actuating valves of engines one plate on to the plate next below, and so on until they position being effected, is the main object of this invention, worked by steam or other fluid by connecting such valves arrive at the bottom of the drying chamber, when they and for that purpose a movable bar is situated at the front of to a rod carrying two pistons of different areas, the steam are removed by an endless chain and plates, or by other the machine above the lath in the frame upon which the or fluid being allowed constantly to act on the smaller suitable means.-Patent completed. supply of splits or splinters is about to be discharged area, whilst the larger area is alternately acted on by from the hopper. The movable bar is grooved or has steam, and open to the outlet or exhaust, the admission of for ornamenting, printing, colouring, enamelling, staining,

229 E. TOMLINSON. Improvements in means and apparatus ribs or teeth on its under side, which are arranged parallel steam to act on the larger area being effected through a and corresponding with the spaces between the guide port leading from the cylinder of the engine near to one

embossing, cutting, creasing, bending, and manufacturing

articles from wood and other material. bars, the ribs or teeth being pointed or tapered to narrow of its ends, as described. Second, he claims the employ

Dated January 22,

1868. points or edges, so that, as the bar containing them is ment of a momentary leak of steam to prevent the sliding

We cannot here give space to the voluminous details of brought into contact with the splits or splinters, they or reciprocating valve from being again at once shifted

this invention.-Patent completed. are at once guided, so that, when forced forward by the back at the time when it has just been shifted by steam machine, they enter the spaces between the guide bars.-- having passed from the cylinder of the engine to act on 230 R. NEEDHAM. Improvements in the valves of steam Patent abandoned, the larger area piston, and when, if there were not such engines. Dated January 22, 1868.

This invention has for its object improvements in rotat214 J. H. JOHNSON. Improvements in apparatus for indi- leak, the valve would be shifted by reason of the port cating the relative positions and movements of certain of the through which steam had previously passed from the ing or oscillating valves of steam engines, and consists heavenly bodies. (A communication.) Dated January 21, cylinder being then momentarily open to the exhaust. in making such valves according to the following descrip1868. Third, he claims governing the opening of the cylinder to tion. The valve consists of two hollow conical plugs or

antifriction cones (that is, cones having a peculiar curve) This invention is not described apart from the drawings. the outlet or exhaust by a valve actuated by a tappet or -Patent completed. small piston, as described.-Patent completed.

working in corresponding seats, and the bases of these 216 J. H. JOHNSON. Improvements in furnaces. (A com

221 F. L. H. DANCHELL. Improvements in machinery and cones are in opposite directions, thus rendering the valve munication) Dated January 21, 1868. apparatus for preparing, shaping, and drying peat and other

a perfect equilibrium. These cones are made separately,

but are connected together by means of a rod or shaft, This invention consists in providing puddling and other vegetable and mineral substances. Dated January 22, 1868.

This invention consists, first, in the general arrange

the connection being made so that each valve may work furnaces with a detached metallic clamp furnished with a water chamber; also in providing the furnace with a ment of the machinery for macerating or preparing the up to its seat independently of the other, but that the two

may rotate simultaneously. The valve thus arranged metallic fire ehamber neck or throat and stack or chimney, peat or other substance for forming it into square, Buch fire chamber, neck and stack or chimney also forming on to boards or troughs, on which they are either loft to

works in a chamber, and each of the cones is provided cylindrical, or spherical blocks, and delivering the same

with a partition which divides it into two compartments, water chambers.--Patent completed. dry, or which are employed as means for conveying them

the one communicating with the chamber, and the other 216 W. DAVIS. Improvements in the method of fastening to the drying ground. Also in the general arrangement

with an outlet leading into the exhaust pipe, and radial bags made of paper or other material, for the conveyance by of a drying shed under which the peat or other substance openings are formed in the cones, which, during the rotapost or otherwise of samples of grain, seed, textile fabrics, and is exposed to the draughts of air. We cannot here quote

tion of the valve, alternately coincide with the passage other articles. Dated January 21, 1868. the details of the invention.-Patent abandoned.

leading into the cylinder. The inventor makes the openThe patentee provides the neck of the bag with a flap

ings which admit the steam to the cylinder of a peculiar having a tuck or tongue with arms projectiug laterally. Dated January 22, 1868.

222 J. Dixon. The construction of a floating saloon bath. form, so that the steam shall be at first admitted through This tuck he divides longitudinally in its centre, the dis

This ir vention has for its object the construction of a

a very small aperture, which gradually increases in size as section extending beyond the neck of the tuck, and to near floating saloon bath by the use of a tube or pontoon of

the valve rotates, thus admitting more and more steam

until the 'valve is fully open, then, instead of closing the width of the"neck of the tuck, and in a line with its metal, wood, cork, or any other floating material, the gradually, closes so as to shut of all the steam at once. projecting arms, being cut in the body of the bag, each lattice work to allow the free flow of the water through

This is accomplished by making the opening of such a division of the tuck being separately inserted therein or the same. The inventor also erects cabins or dressing valve, and the inlet or leading side more or less inclined

form that the shut-off side is parallel to the axis of the withdrawn therefrom with the greatest facility, while the

rooms for the convenience of bathers, likewise a deck or projection of the arms beyond the slot gives to the tuck a platform around the inside and outside of the bath as a

thereto. The steain is admitted into the chamber with firm holding power.-Patent completed.

which one of the conipartments in each of the cones compromenade.--Patent abandoned.

municates, and the valve, being properly arranged, is 217 W. E. NEWTON. Improrements in rotary, steam, and 223 P. HARROWER and J. C. STUART. An improred spray rotated by means of suitable mechanism from the crank other engines. (A communication.) Dated January 21, producer, termed the Adams spray inhaler, for the production shaft of the engine, each part of the cylinder being thus 1868. of medicatell vapours. Dated January 22, 1868.

opened alternately to the steam and exhaust pipes.-PXThis invention consists, first, in a combination with a This invention consists, generally, in a new or improved tent abandoned. revolving wheel or hollow ring or cylinder working in con- construction of a small portable apparatus for producing tact with a fixed outer ring of curved steam pipes or arms a stream or jet of fine spray or vapour used for medicinal

231 T. GOUNE. An improved canteen. Dated January 22,

1868. adapted to the wheel, the latter being divided into buckets and odoriferous purposes through inhalation and other

This invention consists in making canteens of a portor chambers, which divisions constitute pistons for opera- wise by the combined action of a jet of steam from a heated tion in connection with revolving or other abutments, and vessel and a stream of liquid of a medicinal character

able description of any desired outline or shape in two the wheel being further furnished with bonnetted or other from a phial or other vessel not heated containing it. - parts, shells, or dishes which fit or close upon each other at suitable side escapes for the steam as it is exhausted from Patent abandoned.

their rim or edges, the one being furnished with a metal or works its way through the engine, whereby the latter

loop hinged to its inner edge, and which is equal, or nearly is impelled, not only by direct action of the steam on the

224 C. R. BROADBENT. Improvements in the manufaclure equal, in length to the internal diameter of the shell, and

is for the purpose of clipping upon and holding in position pistons but also as it flows through the steam arms or of shoes. Dated January 22, 1863. pipes, buckets, and from or out of the side escapes or out

This invention consists in using paper wholly as the when the canteen is closed. A liquor bottle which s lets, by its action, as in the case of a simple emission material out of which the patentee manufactures them. made to lie within the shell, when open and in use, the engine or Barker's mill or wheel. The invention also For this purpose he uses a kind of paper suitably pre- portion of the shell with the metal loop serves as a fryiug

pan, the loop being turned back and forming the handle consists in the employment (with such an arrangement) pared that for the soles being thicker and heavier than

for the same. The other shell or corresponding part of of oppositely arranged or curved steam pipes or arms to that for the uppers, the latter being covered with an the wheel with valves for controlling the inlets and outlets enamel or varnish or with such other surface finish as the canteen may be used as a serving dish, and, when the to the bucket on opposite sides of the pistons, so as to may be preferred.-Patent completed.

two shells are closed, a strap may pass around them, and facilitate or effect the reversal of the engine. Also the 225 C. E. BROOMAN. A new or improred mode of producing through loops formed upon their outer edges in a line with invention consists in a combination with such valves of a colouring matter. (A communication.) Dated January 22,

the metal loop in the inside.-Patent completed. pistons working in cylinders that are in communication 1868.

232 0. S. BARKER, Improrements in the construction of with opposite or reverse steam supply pipes or passages to The patentee claims the employment of the products of organs. Dated January 22, 1868. the engine in order to effect the action of the valves by or derived from the distillation of naphthylamine at an This invention refers, first, to certain improved arrangesteam force, or pressure, accordingly as the impelling elevated temperature other than naphthylamine in con ments of combined electric and pneumatic apparatus in fluid is let into one or the other of the supply pipes or I junction with protonitrate of mercury and with napthy- their application to the organ, with a view of suppressing

the mechanism which, in the ordinary method of build- to be heated is wholly or nearly altogether supplied from that the air may come in contact with the fire, and a ing, connects the keys with the pallets of the sound the open air, or from some source outside the said apart- draught may be created on all sides of the fire, and at the boards, by which means the construction of large organs ment or place to be heated or warmed. Second, so fitting bottom, the top alone being closed, by which construction is considerably simplified, and the frequent derangement of or constructing gas stoves in which water or other liquid, the patentees obtain perfect smoke-consuming fires. the action avoided, great facilities being also afforded for or both water or other liquid and air, is or are the agent The details of the invention are voluminous.- Patent placing the key boards at any required distance from the or agents to convey the heat that the products of combus- completed. instrument, and a light and uniform touch is secured. tion and heated air therewith are prevented from mixing

249 C. and A. GARCIN. Improvements in sewing machines. Second, to an improved method of effecting, by the aid of with the air in the apartment or place to be heated when

Dated January 23, 1868. electric currents, the combination of coupling of two or the air to support combustion and to be heated is wholly more key boards. Third, to an improved method of or nearly altogether supplied from the open air, or from

Provisional protection has not been granted for this applying electro-magnetic' agency as a substitute for some source outside the said apartment or place to be invention. mechanical transmission in the draw-stop actions. Fourth, beated or warmed. Third, the particular constructions 250 G. SEVERN. Improvements in valvular apparatus for to the application of an electro-pneumatic combination and arrangements of parts of the two several gas stoves giving vent 1o, and excluding air from, casks or other vessels, .or the purpose of opening or closing the large valves for heating purposes, all as described and illustrated in and in bungs for closing the same, partly applicable as valves which admit or intercept at the pleasure of the player the the drawings. -Patent completed.

for other purposes. Dated January 23, 1868. wind of certain wind chests. Fifth, to certain dispositions

This invention is not described apart from the drawings. having for their object to suspend automatically the action

240 G. KIRK and W. MURRAY. Improvements in self

-Patent completed. of the electrical battery when the organ is not in use, and acting mules and billies for spinning and doubling wool or other

251 W.J. JENNINGS. Improvements in the permanent way thereby to diminish the expenditure of metals and chemi- fibrous substances. Dated January 23, 1868. cal substances therein employed.-Patent completed.

An extension of time for completing this patent having of railways. Dated January 24, 1868.

been petitioned for, the documents relating to the inven This invention consists, first, in a peculiar kind of chair 233 T. W. GRAY. Improvements in lightning conductors. tion cannot at present be seen.

or chairs by which the rail is secured and maintained in Dated January 22, 1868. This invention consists in the application of a system of knobs and furniture. Dated January 23, 1868. 241 J. C. SANDERS. Improvements in door, shutter, and bell position, bringing both cheeks of the chair close up to

the sides of the rail, and making them it accurately to lightning conductors to ships or vessels of the composito build of wood and iron, and also to those ships or vessels of the shape or form which it is desired the exterior of the bottom. or base being in all cases in one piece, This of iron with wood masts. By preference, the inventor the knob or other article shall possess, and glass, either the movable cheeks of the chair slide. The bottom of tho

A mould of metal or other suitable material is prepared in. This improved chair is formed of two or more parts, would fit both of the above-mentioned class of vessels coloured or colourless, is poured therein in a molten state. casting of which the cheek forms a part, is made to fit on the system for which a patent was granted to him on Any desired pattern is then impressed upon the upper into this groove, and to extend under the rail. This part April 16, 1867, entitled " Improvements in Sir Wm. Snow surface of the molten glass whilst the latter is in the of the chair is kept in position by means of a round screw Harris's Lightning Conductors for Ships, Vessels, Build-mould by means of suitable stamps or dies. ings, and other Structures," namely, by fitting plates or and hard the glass is removed from the mould, the edges bolt or bolts of the required dimensions. The bolt or bolts from thence overboard by means of tubular conductors is desired shall be of a different colour or colours from quired length downwards, in order to act, when screwed mentioned system may not be deemed advisable, the in a metallic mounting in the manner well understood by tentee also proposes to it into the cheeks of the chairs

In cases where the above the rest of the glass, are painted. The glass is then placed home, upon the castings, so as to force the cheeks of the lower masts, topmasts, and higher masts are fitted, as is well-known, with plates or strips of metal, and connected the effect of brilliancy being given to the pattern by adhesive power on the rail. For ordinary chairs only, one persons connected with the manufacture of such articles,

a lining, when necessary, so as to insure the greatest sel, by fitting strips or plates of metal, by preference on polished material of any desired colour or colours between sliding cheek is required, the other check being cast in wood or other non-conducting materials or otherwise, over the glass and the metallic back or mounting-Patent one place with the base; but in applying the invention to iron beams of vessel or underside of wood deck, and completed.

chairs used in the construction of points and crossings, thence to the ship's ship, with through metal bolts to the

he uses two or more sliding cheeks, and he uses either copper outside, and connected from the heel of the lower

242 W. BOTTOMLEY. Improvements in milling machinery of two varieties of construction of the screw bolt, the mast fitted in a similar manner, but, in any case, so that Dated January 23, 1868.

conical head being common to both.-Patent completed. the hull shall have an entirely distinct line of conductors,

The first part of this invention is to prevent cloths being quite independent of any iron, and where removed from nipped." by the tongue," and thus damaged during to be used for holding liquids, solids, and other substances, for

252 J. and D. STORER. Improvements in vessels or canisters all contact with the same. In the case of iron vessels with wooden masts, by plates or strips of metal taken dependent driving shaft through the machine having its the purpose of economizing space and freight. Dated' Jafrom the bottom of masts on deck along the upper side of bearings on the framework and in convenient proximity nuary 24, 1868. the wood deck to the ship's side, and thence overboard.

The invention consists in forming the vessels or canto the lower roller shaft, and he drives such roller shaft by This system is more especially adapted to vessels with

a pinion upon the driving shaft geared into a toothed isters approximately square, that is, with sides partly tabernacle masts, or where the mast stops at the upper sizes and speeds, so as to give the customary speeds usual or entirely square as hitherto, and in addition to forming

upon it (the roller shaft) regulating the relative flat and partly circular, instead of being entirely circular deck.-Patent abandoned. to milling rollers.-Patent abandoned.

the ends of flat recessed plates, they are also, under one 234 W. DENNIS. Improvements in letter boxes, letter pillars,

modification of the present invention, recessed at or near and such like depositories. Dated January 22, 1868.

243 J. GOULDING. Improvements in looms for weaving. to the edges, only whilst the central or main part of the The object of this invention is to secure letter boxes Dated January 23, 1868.

ends are dished out so as to be level or nearly so with and such like depositories from having letters extracted

This invention refers especially to looms used for the the extreme edges of the sides; additional saving of space therefrom, and the inventor proposes to effect this by weaving of figured fabrics upon either plain or figured may also be effected by making the sides as flush or level constructing the box with or without a fan-wheel at the ground, and usually termed swive!” looms. The object as practicable with the end rings.- Patent completed. aperture, and dividing the box at about the centre thereof in view is to simplify the construction and arrangement with two pieces of metal of a triangular form, somewhat of swivels or shuttles, as well as to admit of the use of a

253 A. SMALL. Improvements in apparalus for removing similar to the letter V, and either with or without a flap greater number of colours or shades than is possible in excrements. Dated January 24, 1868. joint near the point thereof. The flap joint may be shut by existing systems.-Patent abandoned.

This invention is more particularly applicable in con

nection with the water-closet system, and consists in a hinge, and made to balance and close of itself after a 244 H. J. DICKINSON. Improvements in tables adapted to arrangements for separating the solid matters in a but letter in its descent has pushed it open, and passed through be employed for playing billiards or other games with balls, and slightly diluted condition, and so as to render them much into the bottom of the box.-Patent abandoned.

also for dining or other uses. Dated January 23, 1868. more valuable for agricultural purposes than the ordi235 T. COOK. Improred machinery for uniting together

For this purpose the patentee dispenses with the under narily very diluted products of that system.-Patent abanmaterials employed in the manufacture of boots and shoes, framework usually employed to give strength and solidity doned. saddlery, driving bands, and such like articles as require to be

to billiard tables, in order to avoid the interference of strongly united together. Dated Januory 22, 1868. these parts with the knees when the table is to be used as

254 E. W. DE RUSETT and R. F. DALE. Improvements in This invention relates to a previous patent, granted to a dining table, and he employs, in place thereof, a wooden water-closets. Dated January 24, 1868.

We shall probably describe and illustrate this invention the present inventor, dated July 2, 1866 (No. 1762), and frame, of two, or three, or more inches thick, strength

of this journal.-Patent completed. consists, first, in the mode of carrying the wire employed ened with iron bars screwed thereto, and with the edgo in a future num

of such iron bars in a vertical direction to give further 255 A. M. CLARK. Improvements in means and apparatus cutting the wire into different lengths, according to the support to the slate or other bed, or the under frame may for lubricating parts of machinery erposed to the action of steam. varying thickness of the materials to be united. Third, in

be set back under for large sizes of tables. The frame for (A communication.) Dated January 24, 1868. the construction of the horn-shaped piece employed to

the cushions may be forined deeper and with increased This invention consists in the use of steam as a vehicle support the materials whilst they are being united. | strength, and this frame, when tho table is used for dining for the introduction of the fatty matters in a continuous Patent completed.

purposes, will serve as the frieze of it, the top being formed or regularly intermittent manner.-Patent abandoned.

by leaves laid on and slightly overhanging the cushion 236 T. ROWLEY. Improvements applicable to the soles and frame, as has heretofore been employed. The legs are of and tenders, and in apparatus for delivering and receiving mai

256 C. WOODROFFE. Improvements in travelling post-office heels of boots, shoes, clogs, and other coverings for the feet. Dated depth adapted to the lowest elevation of the surface of the bags and parcels. Dated January 24. 1868. Januery 23, 1868.

table for dining or such like purposes, and at each end of This invention consists in the use and application to the the under framing the patentee applies by hinge or such motion, the inventor, according to one part of this inven

In order to deliver a bag from a railway carriage in under surface or treading portion of the soles and heels of like joints a frame or tressel with a screw or screws to tion, arranges within the carriage, and close to the sido such coverings of a number of hemispherical, rectangular, turn in nuts in such frame, and having each a foot thereof, a rotating post or vertical axis, to which, near cylindrical, or other suitable shaped studs or projections, adapted when the frame is turned down to rest on the the bottom, an arm is jointed in such manner that it can or strips formed of a compound of india-rubber and floor, such frame with its parts being of strength sufficient be turned down so as to stand out radially from the post mineral or vegetable substances, or of vulcanized india- to bear the weight of the end of the table Patent comrubber, gutta-percha, leather, or other suitable substance, pleted.

or axis, or be turned up so as to lie close in against the and secured to such soles and heels by means of screws

post or axis, and parallel to it. At the end of the arm a

245 H. M. RAGLAND. Improvements in tanning hides and blade is jointed, and is fitted with a spring acting upon screwed into such soles and heels, and the heads of which skins. (A communication) Dated January 23, 1868. it, as the spring of a pocket knife acts on the blade. The screws are sunk into the studs, projections, or strips, so

The action of mustard seed forms the distinguishing bag to be delivered has connected with it a metal stem with as to be below the wearing surface-Patent abandoned.

feature in this new process of tanning.–Patent completed. a suitable head, and this stem is shut in between the arm 237 W. ORAM. Improvements in apparatus to be employed for heating buildings and for other heating purposes. Dated boilers. Dated January 23, 1869.

246 G. ALLIBON and A. Manbre. Improvements in steam and its spring blade. This being done, within the carriage

a trap in the side is opened, and the post or axis is turned January 23, 1868.

This invention has for its object more especially the half round, which causes the arm to project out from the These improvements consist in taking or receiving the ensuring of the thorough circulation of water in marine side of the carriage with the bag suspended from it steam from the boiler or steam generator into the first and other steam boilers, and the rapid boiling off of the

When the bag enters the receiving net arranged on the length of pipe, and continuing such piping to any required steam from the several water spaces of boilers constructed line of railway, the shock opens the spring blade out from length throughout the building, and returning the steam according to the invention, combined with the thorough the arm, and the bag is released. There is a cord conto the boiler by introducing the last length or other extre utilization of the products of combustion, and simplicity nected with the arm which passes over a pulley let into applied at the entrance pipe to control the admission of The details of the invention are voluminous.--Patent the carriage, whence it descends and receives a countersteam, and another is provided at the termination or exit, completed.

poise weight; this weight as soon as the bag is released near where the pipe enters the boiler, by which tap water

draws the arm up, so that it may not be liable to striko is withdrawn from the heating pipes, and, by such com

247 S. PRICE. An improred mode of, and means or appa- the piers of bridges, or other obstructions.-Patent abanbined means, the constant circulation of the steam is ratus for, turning on and off the supply of gas to houses, also doned. effected, and an increased heat obtained from the pipes. applicable to turning on and of the supply of other fluids.

258 K. P. WINSLOW, Dated January 23, 1868. -Patent completed.

An improred method of conveying This inventiou consists in attaching a weighted lever rotary motion to arles. Dated January 25, 1868. 238 D. Y. STEWART. Improvements in the manufacture of to the tap, and in carrying a wire, cord, or chain from the

This invention consists of an improved method of rocast-iron pipes and similar articles. Dated January 23, 1868. lever over pulleys or otherwise to the hall or other con- tating axles on the ratchet principle in all machines, adjusted in the undried moulds, whilst the latter with the connected to the lever. When it is required to turn on chains, or bands act upon two hollow drums, inside each of

The cores made and more or less dried apart are at once venient part of the house, one or more springs may be carriages, sewing machines, &c worked either by steam vertical positions in which they are to receive the melted cord is pulled so as to raise the lever, and the handle is which are suspended one or more pawls. Each pawl works metal, the metal being run into them in the stoves as soon as convenient after they are sufficiently dried—Patent required to turn off the gas, the handle or appliance is with a tire of vulcanized india-rubber fixed on the axle released, and the weighted lever falls to its normal within the drum, and is kept in position to work by means

of a lever attached to a pin at the end of the pawl, the 239 4. HODGE. Improvements in gas stores for heating position, being assisted in its movement by the spring or purposes. Dated January 23, 1868. springs, and the tap thus turned.-Patent abandoned.

other end of such lever being fastened to a ring working

loose round the axle or bearings of the drum. Friction The patentee claims, first, so fitting or constructing gas 248 M. TILDESLEY and J. BIRD. Improrements in the con- is applied to this ring by means of a weight or spring, so stoves in which air is employed to convey the heat that struction of furnaces, stores, and fireplaces. Dated January 23, as slightly to retari its free movement. The drums havo the products of combustion and heated air therewith are 1868.

the same centre of motion as the axle to be turned. prevented from mixing with the air in the apartment or This invention has for its object the construction of When the drum is moved backwards, the lever acting place to be heated when the air to support combustion and furnaces, stoves, and fireplaces, generally in such manner I from the ring before mentioned on to the pawl lifts it

jast free of the ratchet, and keeps it so until the movement nent way, and in the machinery to be employed therein.

Dated July 8, 1868. is reversed, when it instantly, causes it to cog into the (A communication.).

2159 T. J. Mayall, Southampton-buildings, Chanceryteeth of the ratchet. By this apparatus also the noise

Dated July 31, 1868.

lane. Improvements in the manufacture of gas tubing and which would otherwise be occasioned by the pawl when 2401 W. T. Royle. Improvements in machinery or other articles of india-rubber. trailing on the ratchet is obviated. The connecting rods, apparatus for folding or pleating paper for pattern cards, 2161 O. D. Abel, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. chains, or bands, after encompassing the drums to which applicable also to folding or pleating woven fabrics. Improvements in ornamenting textile fabrics, feathers, they are attached, are passed over pulleys placed in some 2402 T. A. Leigh. Improvements in carding engines. artificial flowers, and such like articles. (A communicaconvenient part of the machine. The upper portion of 2403 J. Ratcliffe. Improvements in machinery for in- tion.) oue rod, chain, or band, and the lower portion of the other creasing the motive power of steam engines and all other 2165 J. Prest, W. Mather, and W. Doherty, Bedford are fastened respectively to the piston or other motive motive engines.

Leigh, Lancashire. Certain improvements in agricultural rod. The machine being put in motion alternate action 2404 A. G. Day. An improved artificial compound, apparatus termed chaff cutters. is given to the pawls, which working on the cogged or chiefly designed for use as a substitute for india-rubber or 2167 A. J. Le Blanc, Rue Ste. Appoline, Paris, mechanic. roughened wheels impart continuous rotation to the axle. caoutchouc.

Improvements in the manufacture of belts, bands, or ropes -Patent completed.

2405 J. F. Lackersteen. Improvements in means or for the transmission of power, for driving machinery and apparatus for the preservation of organic substances. for other purposes.

2406 P. N. J. Macabies. Improvements in water-feeding 2169 T. Kerr, Paisley, Renfrewshire. Improvements in APPLICATIONS FOR LETTERS apparatus for boilers,

2407 B. Sharpe. Improvements in the construction of

Dated July 9, 1868.
ships or vessels and batteries, and in the appliances and 2171 E. Rouget, Paris, chemist. An improved mode of
means for firing and working great guns.

fixing on paper or other suitable surfaces drawings in Dated July 28, 1868.

2408 G. D. Kittoe and P. Brotherhood. Improvements crayon, charcoal, black lead, or other materials of a more 2358 C. A. M-Curd. Improvements in sewing machines. in apparatus for cooling, heating, or tempering fluids. or less friable nature.

2859 W. F. M Green. Improvements in the loading of 2409 H. Moule. Improvements in fireplaces and fur 2175 T. J. Mayall, Budge-row, City. Improvements in muzzle-loading big guns.

naces, and in the mode of feeding the same with fuel. the treatment of india-rubber, gutta-percha, or compounds 2860 W. Lewis. Improvements in needle wrappers. 2410 R. E. Drinhaus. An instrument to be used in the thereof, and in the manufacture of type and other articles

2361 H. Watts. Improvements in the construction of treatment of rheumatism and other diseases. (A com- therefrom for printing and other uses.
rails for railways.

2176 W. Creasey, Bull's Hall, Bedfield, Wickham 2362 E. S. T. Steane. Improvements in the manufac 2411 W. W. Symington. Improvements in machinery Market, Suffolk. Improvements in machinery and appature of soap for cutting up or reducing loaf sugar.

ratus for drying and otherwise treating grain and other 2863 T. Hydes and J. Bennett. Improved means or 2412 A. F. Leale. Improved apparatus and means for substances. appliances for facilitating the transit and application of preventing incrustation in steam boilers and other vessels. 2178 J. Mabson, Norwood, Surrey. Improvements in caloric; also for mixing caloric with air, water, and other 2413 H. Moritz and J. Reinach. A file-planing machine. apparatus for propelling persons in the water. fluids and gases; also for economizing the consumption of 2414 H. Moritz and J. Reinach. A flle-cutting machine. 2180 T. Nuttall, Bury, Lancashire. Improvements in fuel, consuming smoke, generating steam, and increasing 2415 G. Harvey. Certain improvements in holding and the bearing surfaces of horse collars, riding and harness and distributing heat, and for refrigerating purposes. attaching cravat' bows or fronts to shirt collars, which saddles, and similar articles. (A communication)

2364 J. Webster. Improvements in the manufacture of said improvements are also applicable to the use of ladies 2181 W. R. Oswald, Pallion High-yard, Sunderland, gas, and in applying such gas in refining iron and other for encompassing or attaching scarfs or kerchiefs or other Durham. Improvements in the formation of steam and metals, and in recovering certain products therefrom. articles of dress.

water-tight joints in tubular boilers, surface condensers, 2365 G. Hodgson, H. Bottomley, and E. Cockroft. Im 2416 A. Taylor. Certain improvements in fastenings and other such like apparatus in which tubes are emprovements in looms for weaving. for brooches, buckles, and other like purposes.

ployed. 2366 J. Bullough. Improvements in looms for weaving. 2417 J. Heaton. Improvements in the treatment of cast 2183 A. M. Clark, Chancery-lane. Improvements in 2367 C. A. La Mont. An improved preparation of eggs. iron.

looms for weaving. (A communication.) 2368 W. R. Lake. Improvements in glue, and in the 2418 J. Heaton. Improvements in the production of

Dated July 10, 1868. mode of, and apparatus for, manufacturing the same, the steel.

2186 E. T. Hughes, Chancery-lane. An improved said improvements being also applicable to the manufac 2419 T. Hunt. Improvements in breech-loading firearms. wooden pavement. (A communication.) ture of gelatine and other material. (A communication.)

Dated August 1, 1868.

2187 C. E. Brooman, Fleet-street, City, patent agent, 2369 S. M. Martin and S. A. Varley. Improvements in 2420 J. E. Outridge. Improvements in equilibrium slide An improved mode of cutting or utilizing old railway rails, train intercommunication, parts of which invention are valves.

and an improved construction of apparatus to be employed applicable to electro-magnetic and electric telegraph 2421 C. J.L. Nicholson. Improvements in closipg aper- therefor. (A communication.) apparatus.

tures to meat, vegetables, and fruit preserving cans, bar 2188 G. Davies, Serle-stroet, Lincoln's Inn. Improve2370 A. Morrall. Improvements in the manufacture of rels, and other useful purposes. (A communication.) ments in filliug the spaces between the beams or joists of needles.

2422 J. A. McKean. Improvements in machinery for iron floors and ceilings. (A communication.) Dated July 29, 1868.

manufacturing metallic eyelets. (A communication.) 2189 J. Jefferys, Tottenham Court-road, Middlesex, 2371 J. Onions. Improvements in means employed to 2423 M. Samuelson. Improvements in hydraulic press jeweller. Improvements in studs and buttons. ascertain the number of passengers or visitors, and the boxes.

2190 J. D. Churchill: Oxford-street. Improvements in amount of money received, by omnibus conductors and 2424 M. Wilkin and J. Clark. Improvements in steam hot air engines. other persons.

boilers and furnaces, in part applicable to surface con 2191 F. R. A. Glover, Brading, Isle of Wight. Improved 2372 J. Simpson. Improvements in machinery for densers of marine engines.

means of, and apparatus for, fishing ships' anchors. moulding toothed wheels. 2425 A. Arnold. An improved fastening for buttons,

Dated July 11, 1868. 2873 F. Winser. Improvements in the manufacture of studs, solitaires, brooches, and other articles to which such 2192 G. Davies, Serle-street, Lincoln's Inn. Improvesulphate of magnesia or Epsom salts from dolomite or fastening may be applied.

ments in the construction of armour for the protection of magnesium limestone.

2426 C. Geoghegan. Improvements in self-acting regu- vessels of war, fortifications, batteries, and other works of 2374 J. Mabson. An improved cinder sister and shovel lators, and in the cocks or taps to the same, for supplying like pature. (A communication.) combined.

fluids at high pressure, and preventing the bursting of 2194 T. Travis and W. H. Prince, silk spinners, and J. 2375 E. Herring. Improvements in the treatment of cocks, pipes, or taps, or from the effects of frost.

Tomlinson, machine maker, Rochdale, Lancashire. Imsaccharine solutions of malt or sugar.

2427 G. Wilson. Improvements in ships' logs, to be provements in machinery and apparatus for clearing, 2376 W. R. Lake. An improved compound to be used called “the nautilus log.

smoothing, stretching, and finishing yarn and thread. as a substitute for linseed oil in the preparation of paint 2428 J. Scott. Improvements in the preparation of food 2195 J. S. Vibhs, Birmingham, lamp manufacturer, and varnish, (A communication.) for horses, cattle, and other animals.

Improvements in portable and other pumps and water 2377 W. R. Lake. Improvements in breech-loading fire 2429 H. O. Robinson. Improvements in dredging ma-engines. arms, parts of which improvements are applicable to chines.

2196 T. King, Brick-lane, Spitalfields, Middlesex. Imother firearms. (A communication.)

1430 S. Plimsoll. Improvements in the means or appa-provements in bungs or corks for casks and other similar 2378 W. R. Lake. Improvements in sewing machines, ratus for facilitating and perfecting the unloading of coals vessels, some parts of which are also applicable to vent and in the means for heating the thread used in the same. from railway waggons.

pegs. (A communication.)

2431 J. R. Croskey. Improvements in looms for weaving: 2197 R. Mackie, Stewarton, Ayrshire. Improvements 2379 A. V. Newton. An improved cutting and polishing 2432 L. C. Bailey. Improvements in drawing pens and in caps or bonnets. powder applicable in the manufacture of cutting. grinding, compasses.

2198 J. D. Brunton, Leighton-crescent, Kentish Town, and sharpening tools, and in the production of refractory 2433 G. N. Sbore, Improvements in railway brakes and Middlesex, engineer. Improvements in tools and masubstances. (A communication.)

in increasing adhesion of the running and driving wheels chinery or apparatus for cutting slate and other rock. 2380 J. R. Harper. Improvements in the production or with the rails of railways.

2199°C. E. Brooman, Fleet-street, City, patent agent. manufacture of strips or ribbons of zinc or alloys of zinc 2131 G. T. Bousfield. Improvements in bindings for Improvements in locks. (A communication.) suitable for being employed in the manufacture of tele- skirts. (A communication.)

2200 H. Garside, Manchester, engineer. Improvements graphic cables.

Dated August 3, 1869.

in file-cutting machines. 2381 J. Radcliffe. Improvements in machinery or appa 2435 S. R. Renaudin. An improved offensive and de

Dated July 13, 1868. ratus employed in the manufacture of iron and steel. fensive war machine called “Paraprojectile."

2201 E. Edwards, Baker-street, Middlesex, photographer. 2382 H. o. Robinson. A new or improved dredger. 2436 H. W. Garrett and G. Holcroft. Certain improve- Improvements in photography. 2383 S. C. Lister. Improvements in the manufacture of ments in firearms and ordnance.

2202 J. N. Willis, jun., Woodbine Cottage, South Hillcut pile fabrics.

2437 C. Wilson. Improvements in apparatus for reeing road, Gravesend, photographic artist, and S. Judd, jun., 2384 J. Jeffreys. Improvements in preserving animal and furling fore and art sails.

Edwin-street, Gravesend. Kent, upholsterer. A new and vegetable substances.

2431 T. Ward. Improvements in desks for schools. syringe to be used or applied in combinatiou with combs, Dated July 30, 1868.

rushes, other similar articles. 2385 J. Wolstenholme. Improvements in valves of steam

2203 W. J. Hanson, The Royds," Rawfolds, Cleckengines for pumping and other purposes. 2386 G. Woodhouse and J. G. M.Minnies. Improve


heaton, Yorkshire, dyer. Improvements in dyeing wool

or other flbrous substances. ments in the construction of mills or manufactories, ware

2204 G. B. Puricelli, Alfred street, Belford-square, houses, and other buildings.

Dated March 25, 1868.

Middlesex. Improvemeents in apparatus for printing or 2887 A. Watkins. Improvements in the construction of 1003 H. A. Bonneville, Sackville-street, Piccadilly. endorsing. watches, chronometers, clocks, and other timekeepers. Improvements in apparatus for exhibiting advertisements, 2207 A. Munro, Arbroath, Forfarshire, and W. B. Adam

2888 C. H. Roeckner. Improvements in machinery for and in apparatus for distributing prospectuses, cards, cir- son, Glasgow. Improvements in the manufacture of iron the manufacture of paper. culars, and other papers. (A communication.)

and other metallic substances. 2389 S. O. Lister. * Improvements in the manufacture of

Dated June 26, 1368.

2208 G. R. Mather, Wellinborough, Northamptonshire, silk velvets which are woven face to face and then cut 2062 A. H. Brandon, Rue Gaillon Paris, engineer. Im-engineer. Improvements in mills for grinding or mising asunder, also in treating silk to be used in such manufac- provements in metallic cartridge shells and heads. (A colours or other matters. ture. A communication ) communication.)

2209 G., G. W., and J. Betjemann, Pentonville-road, 2390 T. H. Roberts and B. C. Cross. Improvements in 2064 A. II. Brandon, Rue Gaillon, Paris, engineer. Im- Middlesex. Improvements in book slides. apparatus for stopping carriages.

provements in machinery for spinning hemp and other 2210 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery2391 G. Davies. An improved process for obtaining iextile fibres. (A communication.)

lane. Improvements in the permanent way of railways heliographic plates for printing. (A communication.)

Dated June 30, 1868.

(A communication.) 2892 G. Davies, An improved pile or portable battery 2092 J. Randall and W. R. Crabb, Battersea, Surrey. An

Dated July 14, 1868. for generating electricity. (A communication.)

improred carriage to be propelled by the manual action of 2213 J. and J. M. H. Taylor, Britannia Works, Birken2393 J. Duguid. Iinprovements in apparatus for finish the passenger or passengers.

head, Chester. Improvements in the method of, and ing or dressing flour.

Dated July 2, 1868.

machinery or apparatus for, propelling ships or vessels. 2394 J. Rawsthorn. Improvements in machinery for 2116 J. B. Gregson, Gateshead, Durham, chemist. An 2214 J. Bastow, Shepherd's Bush, Middlesex. Improvedressing millstones.

improved production of sulphato of lead to be used as a ments in bleaching or whitening textile fabrics. 2395 J. H. Johnson. An improved flame spreader and pigment, or for other purposes.

221.5 E. F. Kitioe, Maryland Point, Stratford, Essex. aerator for gas and other burners. (A communication.)

Dated July 4, 1868.

Improvements in tish slices or cooking slices. 2396 T. Prosser. Improvements in distillation, and in 21:36 A, JI Veil, Tiverton, Devonshire, engineer, and W. 2.216 J. Booth, Kingston-upon-Hull, millwright and the means or apparatus employed therein.

Wheaton, Exeter, merchant. An improved process for ironfounder. Improvements in mills for grinding bones, 2397 J. C. Haddan. Improvements in cannon, and in the manufacture of salts of amnionia from ammoniacal grain, and other materials. machinery for manufacturing the same. gas liquor.

2217 J. Cope, New Yorth-street, Finsbury, Middleses, 2398 J. and H. A. (iwynne. Improvements in the con

Dated July 7, 1868.

engineer, and J. Bradbrook, Shrubland-road, Dalston, struction of, and mode of employing and driving, centri 21:19 J. Thompson, Peckhain, Surrey. Improvements in Middlesex, bookbinder. Improvements in apparatus to fugal pumps and pumping engines, and in surface cou-chimney tops and ventilators.

be used in bookbinding. densers to be employed in conjunction therewithi, parts of 21.5.) T. R. Crampton, Great George-street, Westminster. 2219 T. Wood, Manchester,

Improvements in the which improvements are applicable to other purposes. Improvements in constructing forts, fortitications, or other struction of railway carriages and in the method of coupling 2399 T. C. Fidler. Improvements in rolling stock of defences.

the same, as also in the method of, and apparatus for, railways.

2157 A. P. Price, Lincoln's Inn-Belds, chemist. Improve- signalling between passengers, guards, and engine drivers. 2400° C. D. Fox. Improvements in the manufacture and ments in the treatment of phosphates of lime, and in 2222 W. Payton, Sewardstone-road, Victoria Park. Immethod of repairing railway rails and other iron of perma-obtaining products therefrom. (A communication.) provements in breech-loading firearms.

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STEAM ENGINES of the best Construction,

2226 H. Lawrence, Durham, engineer. Improvements

Sealed August 4, 1868. in moving furnace bars.

390 R. J. Jones

532 J. and J. Hinks Dated July 15, 1868.

392 M. P. W. Boulton

533 A. M. Clarke 2232 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Improve 398 J. Hay

582 M. A. F. Mennons ments in lamps. (A communication.)

401 A. E. Borgen

686 C. Sanderson 2234 T. Cook, Paragon Works, Pítt-street, Old Kent

410 C. Brakell

829 J. Wallis road, Surrey, engineer. Certain improvements in presses 411 W. Tongue

959 E. D. Johnson for the expression of oil and other fluids.

419 W. Hann

973 S. Holmes Dated July 16, 1868.

4:27 P. Rothwell

1229 A. and L. Braham 2236 J. L. Macfarlane, Upper Holloway, Middlesex, 431 W. Richardson

1793 W.R. Lake artist. Improvements in shirt fronts.

433 J. Key and E. Hoskins 1827 D. Foster 2242 J. O. Ramsden, Bradford, Yorkshire, reed maker.

476 R. O. Ross

1943 W. R. Lake Improvements in the mechanism or apparatus of looms

505 J. S. Raworth for producing a certain class of fancy fabrics.



1962 F. A. Abel

1 1980 A. V. Newton Dated July 25, 1868.

1964 E. Sabel

2034 H. C. Baudet 2340 C. D. Abel, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. 1977 J. Lawson and E. G. 2138 G. Howard A new or improved process for separating the zinc from

Fitton the argentiferous alloys obtained in the separation of silver from argentiferous lead by means of zinc, and im- PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £50 provements in the furnaces employed for that purpose.

HAS BEEN PAID. (A communication.)

1884 C. E. Amos and J. Francis Dated July 28, 1868. 2368 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery; LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS PUBLISHED, lane. Improvements in glue, and in the mode of, and

For the week ending August 1, 1867. apparatus for, manufacturing the same, the said improvements being also applicable to the manufacture of gelatine No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. and other material. (A communication.)

id 3. d. 3, d. 8, d. NOTICES OF INTENTION TO PROCEED WITH 27450 4 34320 (348 10 36440 4 366110 4.36870

(Half-size drawing of Chesterman's Patent Stee! PATENTS. 28711 634390 163491) 10364510 4 36640 4 3688

Measuring Tape, 66 feet.) From the “London Gazette," August 4, 1868.

31921 634412 10 2500 S 361910 436680 413691 953 J. H, Cooper. Boots. 33332 10134500 35081 10 36.500 4 36710 4 36920

JAMES 33460 1013457 0 103.521 954 C. Gunner. Lifeboats.

6 36.520 4 36750


41369 964 W.G. C. Hudson. Sandal for preventing slipping 33850 413464 0 103522) 636530 436780 4 36940

SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF CHESTERMAN, in frosty weather. 33870 10 34700 36091 6:36540 4 3681) 4 369.30

PATENT 971 T. Pope. Braces. (A communication.)

34280 81347112 €130211 0 36560 4 36850 436960 972 W. R. Lake. Metal ties for securing bales of cot

347710 1 36280 4 30580 4368110 4



34300 831821 ton. (A communication.)

36110 436590 4 36800 4 33 0

AND OTHER 979 C. N. Leroy. Grease cups for lubricating machinery.

31310 10 981 W. R. Lake. Metal ties for securing bales of cctton.

MEASURING TAPES (A communication.)

NOTE.-Specifications will be forwarded by post from the 988 G. B. Paterson. Gas meter indexes. Great Seal Patent Once (publishing department), on re

IRON AND STEEL LAND CHAINS; 1002 J. Antill. Stench traps.

ceipt of the amount of price and postage. Sums exceeding 1010 A. B. Wollaston and F. Stanbridge. Treatment of 58. must be romitted by Post Onice Order, made payable at , SINGLE & DOUBLE-ACTING DOOR SPRIX mixed fabrics. the Post Office, High Holborn, to Mr. Bennett Wooderoft,

ENGINEERS' TOOLS, &c., &c. 1011 J. Warburton. Steam engines.

Great Scal Patent Office, 23, Southampton-buildings, 1012 G. Hayhurst. Drying cylinders employed in sizing Chancery-lane. machines.

BOW WORKS, ECCLESALL ROAD 1016 S. Fisher. Ornamentation of tiles. 1019 W. Richardson. Machines for burring wool.

SHEFFIELD. 1022 J. Anderson. Machinery for carding wool. Material, and Workmanship, fitted with Pumps and Governors,

NOTICE.- All goods marked with the name and 1027 E.J.J. Dixon. Machinery for manufacturing slate.

1-11.P.. £10 10s.; 2.-H.P., £15 153. ; 3-H.P., £22; 4-H P., £30.--LASE

and Co., Cranbrook-place, Old Ford-road, near Canal Bridge. B 7 1034 W. and J. Clark. Engines generally. 1052 G. Davies. Steam engines. (A communication.)


TRADE J C MARK. 1054 C. E. Brooman. Breech-loading firearms. (A communication.)

PNEUMATIC RUBBER BUFFERS, 1056 W. É, Newton. Engines. (A communication.) 1070 W. R: Lake. Filters. (A communication.)

DBL & BEARING SPRINGS. 1080 F. Wirth. Apparatus for stopping the progress of railway trains. (A communication.)

These springs are no longer an ex JROUGHT-IRON TANKS, CISTERN:

W 1086 W. Austin. Composition boxes for obtaining in

periment, and are more elastic,

GIRDERS, FUNNELS, &c., plain or galvanized : CATTL! stantaneous light from chemically prepared matches.

durable, and economical than any TROUGUIS, IRON CART-BODIES, &c. 1087 F. Taylor. Fittings of railway carriages.

others, possessing the advantage of 1104 G. Davis. Construction of centrifugal ventilators.

being suitable for either hot or cold (A communication.)

climates, and without liability to

No. 3. 1120 W. E. Boardman. Steam and water packing. (A

breakage; and are in use on the

Vado say shepo ur communication.)


Great Western, London and South 1123 J. S. Crosland. Steam engines.

AT REST -Fig. 1.- Western, Metropolitan, Hoylake, 1128 C. W. Baldwin. Instrument for measuring the

Great Southern, Great Southern amount of a flowing liquid.

and Western, Delhi and other lines 1133 W. Williams. Manufacture of tin plates.

of Railway at home and abroad. 1143 F. H. Greenstreet. Targets.

They are also in use for Mining

Wrought Iron Cistern, for 1152 J. Dunbar and R. Nicholson. Machinery for sup

Cages. Sections and models of the

Water or OLS. plying coal to retorts.

above, and other railway and me1151 C. H. Gardner and J. Bickerton. Lithographic

chanical appliances, and also

94. to B. per frios. printing machines.

COMPRESSED IN various applications of the junction 1165 M. A. F. Mennons. Apparatus for the transmission

ACTION.-Fig. 2. of rubber to metal, can be seen at

the Offices of of typographic telegrams. (A communication.) 1159 C. Desnos. Permanent way of railways. (A com


BURNEY AND munication.) 1161 A. V. Newton. Bathing shoes. (A communication.)

8, Great Queen-st., 69 estminster. (Late BURNEY and BELLAMAY.) 1193 J. Plews. Steam engines.

TANK FACTORY, 1212 S. W. Huntingdon. Preparing paper.



"The 1263 A. P. Price and J. A. Wanklyn. Preparation and this pure solution of Magnesia as the best remedy for Acidity of the use of anæsthetics.

Stomach, Heartburn, Headache, Gout, and Indigestion: nnd us the 1336 J. Rogers. Preparation of certain vegetable pro- | Ladies, Children, and Infants. best mild aperient for delicato constitutions, especially adapted for

оскER B R () THERS ducts.

(successors to Samuel Cocker and Bun),

SHEFFIELD. 1471 W. Beale. Ladders.

172, New Bond-street, London.

ESTABLISHED 1752. 1584 N. Basevi. Projectiles. (A communication.)

And of all other chemists throughout the world. A 59 MANUFACTURERS OF STEEL FILES AND WIRE; Also of 1630 E. P. H. Vaughan. Preparation of anhydrous

+ COCKER'S" PATEXT STEEL ROPE WIRE chlorides. (A communication.)


In long lengths, from 101b. to 40lb. pieces, without willing, and ca

pable of bearing as high a breaking strain as any in the market. Each 1777 G. T. Bousfield. Plating spoons. (A communica

piece warranted to twist round its own diameter. tion.)

Gid liness, spasms, and all Disorders of the stomach and Bowels Three First-class PRIZE MEDALS were awarded to SAMUEL 1900 C.R. E. Grubb. Matchbox.

are quickly removed by that well-known remedy, FRAMPTOYS ('OCKER and SOX. Sheffield, at the Great Exhibition of Industry, 2048 Rev. H. Highton Manufacture of artificial stone.

PILL OF HEALTH. They unite the recommendation of a mild London, 1851. 2109 H. H. Henson. Railway waggons.

operation with the most successful effect: and where an aperient First-class PRIZE MEDAL was awarded to COCKIR BROTHERS is required, nothing can be better adapted.

at the l'niversel Exhibition of Industry, Paris,

J. and DL of 2213 J. and J. M. H. Taylor. Vachinery for propelling Sld by all Medicine Velors at 1s. 1!d. and 25. 9d. per bos, or HONOUR awarded to COCKER BROTHERS, Ly the Society of Arts ships. obtained through any Chemist

and Industry, London, 18ti.

1 26 2213 T. Wood. Construction of railway carriages. 2:286 T. Kohn. Finishing silk threads. 2340 O. D. Abel. Separating zinc from argentiserous

PARIS EXHIBITION, 1867.-GOLD MEDAL. alloys. (A communication.)

The full titles of the patents in the above list can he escertained by referring back to their numbers in the list of provisional protections previously published.

Opposition can be entered to the granting of a patent to any of the parties in the above list, who have given notice At tho Great Tricnnial Trials of the ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY of SOLI!!, of their intention to proceed, within twenty-one days from

Bury St., July, 1307, received the following Iwari ::-the date of the Gazetto" in which the notice appears, by leaving at the Commissioners' office, particulars in writing For Single Cylindor Portable Steam Engine,

THE TIRSE TRICT CT 925. of the objection to the application. For Double Cylinder Portable Steam Inigin.,

Tor Horizontal C;linder Fired Engine,

Tor Double Blast Finishing Thrashing Machine,

Seale 1 July 31, 1869.

Alo t'io Society's Silver Dedal for Adjusting Blocks for Machines. 555 D. Murray

107 J. T. White 960 J. and W. Weems 46 (. Seamer

The duty defuim!!! 1.1 Co, Caginns n. 1514 ortion onsiderly Pino It'unt of cloets. (... 362 J. C'ombe and J. Bar

rifer 578 L. M. Becker

with plodirtiti interrotty vi tin reial," or se Vuelve Line', at chestur, u,love) iwi 15.5. by huur

6) S. Firth 563 J. V. Domenech ani 60 R. Ieuthfield

Cogide at D.y.

any u.dinary F.P. Jonte

616 J. Perrit 366 C. Richardson

1:29: W. (rore 372 R. .1. Jopes

1767 H. Haines 387 T. W. Walker

11 20 311 C. Riley




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FOR REDUCING TO SMALL FRAGMENTS ROOKS, ORES, AND MINERALS OF EVERY KIND. Tanned Leather Driving Straps It is rapidly making its way to all parts of the Globe, being now, in profitable use in California, Washoe, Lako

Superior, Australia, Cuba, Chili, Brazil, and throughout the United States and England. Read extracts of for Machinery. testimonials :

“The Parys Mines Company, Parys Mines, near

Bangor, June 6.-We have had one of your Stone PRIME STRAP AND SOLE BUTTS.

Breakers in use during the last twelve months, and

Captain Morcom reports most favourably as to its Price Lists sent free by Post.

capabilities of crushing the materials to the required

size, and its great economy in doing away with manual WAREHOUSE-81, MARK LANE, LONDON, E.C.

· labour.- For the Parys Mining Company.

“H. R. Marsden, Esq. JAMES WILLIAMS." MR. H. FERRABEE, Agent. A 44

“Ecton Emery Works, Manchester.--We have used Blake's Patent Stone Breaker, made by you, for the

last twelve months, crushing emery, &c., and it has ROSCOE'S SELF-ACTING LUBRICATORS FOR

given every satisfaction. Some time after starting tho STEAM ENGINES.

machine a piece of the movable jaw, about 2016.

weight, chilled cast iron, broke off, and was crushed in TESTIMONIALS AND PRICES POST FREE.

the jaws of the Machine to the size fixed for crushing the emery.


"Alkali Works, near Wednesbury.- I at first thought

the outlay too much for so simple an article, but now 39A, KING WILLIAM STREET, CITY, late

think it money well spent. WILLIAM HUST." 31, CHEAPSIDE, E.C.

“Welsh Gold Mining Company, Dolgelly.-The Stone The above Lubricators grease every particle of steam previous to it

A 47 passing through the valves into the cylinder.

Breaker does its work admirably, crushing the hardest stones and quartz.


u Our 15in. by 7in. machine has broken four tons of LEATHER MACHINE BANDS

hard whinstone in twenty minutes, for fine road metal,


Stone and Lime Merchants, Darlington." MANUFACTURED BY

Kirkless Hall, near Wigan.-Each of my machines WEBB AND SON,

breaks from 100 to 120 tons of limestone or ore per day (ten hours) at a saving of 4d.


"Oroca, Ireland.-My crusher does its work most NEAR STOW MARKET.

Batisfactorily. It will break ten tons of the hardest

copper ore stone per hour. WM. G. ROBERTS." Awarded for Superior Quality and Manufacture, six First class Medals, two Honourable Mentions, and one

General Fremont's Mines, Californin.-The 18in. by Commendation. A 18

7in. machine effects a saving of the labour of about thirty men, or 75 dols. per day. The high estimation in which we hold your invention is shown by tho fact that Mr. Park has just ordered a third machine for the estate.


For Circulars and Testimonials, apply to


TUCK and Co.

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beg to call attention to the annoxed
" TRADE MARK,"" wbich in fu.
turo will appear upon oach length
ING," as also upon their

Valves, guaranteed
quality. Sheet India-
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Have the largest assortment in the Trade of PATTERNS.






St. George's Iron Works, Hulme, Manchester, 116, Cannon Street, E.C. SPUR


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Liverpool:-42 and 44, QUEEN STREET.

Contractors to the Admiralty.

Can be Supplied Bored and Turned if Required.


Also Manufacturers of Blast Engines, Colliery, and all other Descriptions of Stationary
Of a variety of sizes, from 3in. to 20in. deep,

Engines and Boilers, Mill Gearing, &c., &c. with top and bottom flanges to 6in., varying in thickness from gin. to lin. thick on the web, and rolled out to 40ft. lengths. PLATES, ANGLES, BULBS, TEES, KITTOE AND BROTHERHOOD, BARS,

Books of Sections, Prices, and other informa-
tion, will be supplied on application to


Manufacturers of Brewery, Distillers, and
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Pharmaceutical Plant,



The only Prize Medal given at the International Exhibition, Director. 238, Kingsland Road, London, N.E.

London, 1862, for First-class Wood-working Machinery,
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Buffer Springs for Locomotives and Railway Trucks, Valves, Sheet,

Washers, Suction and Delivery Hose, Tubing for Gas, &c.,
Machine Belting, Elastic Steam Packing in Rope, Sheet, and
Rings, &c., &c.

See our Show Rooms for these

and all kinds of Wood-working
Sheet, Pumps, Taps, Tubing, &c., for acids and vinegar; Photographio
and Surgical Articles, Speaking Tubing, &c.

Machines, Steam Engines, &c.,

including our PATENT FOUR-
Sheet, Tubing, Pump Buckets, Valves, Machine Belting, Vessels for
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Clothing, Hot-Water Cushions, Matting, Ground Sheets, Aprons

POWIS, JAMES and Co.'s NEW RE Waggon Covers, &c., &c.



BAND advantages over the FAN BLOWERS PROVED RACK CIRCULAR MACHINE, by means of which either Insulators, Batteries, Insulated Wire, and every description of hitherto in uso, two of which are, that

the Endless Band or Up and Down Bew Telegraph Apparatus and Stores.

they give a STRONGER BLAST, and SAW BENCHES, ready for Im can be used in the same Machine, acVulcanised India-rubber specially prepared to withstand the action require LESS POWER than any other

cording to the nature of the work toof tropical climates. AN PLOWERS yet produced. mediate Delivery.




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