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the mechanism, and great regularity of action is thus ob- escape of emluvia arising from the drain, while a free BRIDGE, Llangarron, Hereford. Treatment of mixed fabrics. tained.-Patent abandoned.

passage for the water is afforded behind the said lower Dated March 25, 1868. 994 E. GRAY, Sheffield. Manufacture of metal intended diaphragm. A grating is provided, as usual, at the top of A mixture of sulphuric acid and water is made of the to be made into horse shoes, &c. Dated March 24, 1868.

the trap, and it may be removed for the purpose of cleans- density of from 8deg. to 15deg. Twaddell, to which is This invention consists in rolling bars of iron or of stmel ing. tho trap at any time without any escape of eflluvia added from fifteen to twenty per cent, by weight of chloride alone, or of iron faced with steel, with a number of teeth taking place, the diaphragms being permanently fixed of sodium in the form of rock or common salt. A small

quantity of nitric acid (Bay) one drachm to each gallon of or serrations made longitudinally, transversely, or other therein.--Patent completed. wise, on one or more of the surfaces of such bars of what 1003 A. V. NEWTON, Chancery-lane. Pocket knives.

the mixture is combined therewith if necessary. The rags

or other materials are boiled in the mixture thus formed; ever section they may be, the object being to obtain a bar (A communication) Dated March 24, 1868. suitable for the manufacture therefrom of horse shoes or This invention relatos more particularly to improve-care is taken that they are completely immersed therein

-Patent completed. other articles in which a roughened or dentated surface is ments in the handles or hafts of pocket knives, the object advantageous. Horse shoes, for example, made from such being to simplify the fitting of the springs. In making 1011 J. WARBURTON, jun., Sandal, York. Steam engine. bars will not only be more durable, but will present a knives with blades at both onds, according to this inven- Dated March 25, 1868. firmer foothold, and will not require sharpening or rough- tion the handle may be formed in one piece. The back The patentee claims the construction and employment, ing in frosty weather, as the teeth or sharp points rolled will extend the whole length of the handle, and the ends in connection with steam engines, of circular or annular in the original bar will provent all tendency to slipping.- will be left open. An internal projection or shoulder will cylinders, and pistons capable of revolving therein.Patent completed.

be formed at both extremities of the back, and likewise Patent completed. 995 E. GRAY, Sheffield. Increasing the durability of rails, one in the middle of its length. This middle projection is 1012 J. HAYHURST, Bury, Lancashire. Drying cylinders points, and crossings for railwags. Dated March 21, 1868. for the purpose of fitting into a corresponding recess employed in siceing and other machines. Dated March 25, 1868. This invention relates to a peculiar and economical mode forraed in the spring of the knife, which spring is inserted

Instead of beating the periphery of the cylinder by the or method of strengthening or rendering more durable the loosely in the handle, and has tho projection for its bear direct action of steam in the interior, the inventor places rails, points, and crossings of railways, and consists essen- ing point. It is made tapering towards both ends, and is close to the inner periphery a quantity of tubing, having tially iu applying to or combining with the iron before it prevented by the recess from shifting in its place. The one or more ends in connection with the steam supply is completely shaped or manufactured into the aforesaid projections at the ends of the back of the handle serve as pipe, and the other end or ends communicating with the articles an outer skin or covering of steel, so as to cover abutments for the shoulders of the blades when open.-eduction or discharge pipe. The tubing may revolve with those parts which are subjected to the greatest wear and Patent abandoned.

the cylinder, or he stationary, the cylinder revolving tear. For this purpose the steel is applied to or combined 1004 R. SMITH, jun., Belper, Derby. Machinery for scour nearly in contact with the tubes. The said tubes pass with the iron by casting it on to the iron by placing the ing and hulling grain and seeds. Dated March 24, 1868. alternately in reverse directions in a curvilinear form, but heated iron in a mould or moulds of any desired shape and This invention, according to one arrangement, comprises they may be arranged in any desired manner, the object number of pieces, and pouring the melted steel over those the construction in the interior of a wire gauze or other being to obtain the largest possible extent of heating surparts of the wrought iron to which it is to be applied. openwork cylinder or case being provided with brushes face, and, by the use of the tubes, the drying cylinder is Patent completed.

made of wire (by preference), the suid brushes being set heated with a comparatively small quantity of steam, and 996 R. &. HARDCASTLE, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Manu- upon radial or other arms or frames, and the ends of such the collapse of the cylinder entirely prevented.—Patent facture of iron and steel. Dated March 24, 1868.

brushes pressing the grain or material to be operated upon abandoned. This invention relates partly to the manufacture of iron against the interior of the said wire gauze or open work, 1013 J. BUCK, Upper Tooting, Surroy. Apparatus for and steel by blowing air or steam through or into the cylinder, or case.--Patent completed.

working, and locking, or controlling railway points or signals. molten metal contained in a suitable vessel, converter, or 1005 M. P. W. BOULTON, Tew Park, Oxfordshire, and J. Dated March 25, 1868. furnace, and consists in the employment of one or more IMRAY, Westminster Bridge-road, Surrey. Apparatus for The patentee claims, first, the counteracting or cominjectors constructed somewhat after the same principle effecling aerial locomotion. Dated March 24, 1868.

pensating for the expansion and contraction of the long as the instrument known as Giffard's injector. The This invention relates to the propulsion and support of wire connections used for working railway signals by the said injector or injectors is or are in connection with a

bodies moving through the air, and to apparatus for employment of an additional or expansion" wire in convessel or vessels containing powdered or granular sub-generating and applying motive power. For this purpose junction with the working wire and with a compensating stances or agents which, when blown into the molten some parts of the improvements are applicable to propul- lever, substantially as specified. Second, the application metal through the injector and blast pipe, will tend to sion effocted by the movement of wings, while other parts and use to and in the locking and unlocking of the levers improve the quality of the iron or steel.--Patent aban- are applicable generally for aerial propulsion. The chief employed for actuating signals or points on railways of doned.

objects contemplated in the case where wings are used wings or brackets carried by rocking shafts situate parallel 997 J. A. FARRAR and B. R. HUNTLEY, Hartlepool. are to actuate them directly from pistons without the to the direction of motion of the levers, such wings or Improvements in ships' hatches, and in ventilating the holds and intervention of rotating parts to apply the engine power to brackets being of sufficient length to lock both the front cabins of ships. Dated March 24, 1868.

them only in their down stroke, their up stroke being of a lever in its normal position and the back of a lever Here the hatches are made of iron or steel or other effected by gravity acting in conjunction with resistance when pulled over, substantially in the manner specified. metal, and are to be fastened to the combings by means of of air to apply the moving force in the form of tension, so Third, the application and use to and in the locking and screw bolts screwed through flanges of angle iron riveted as to secure lightness of construction, whether the pro- unlocking of the levers employed for actuating signals or on to the combings. The hatches will be made water- pulsion be effected by wings or otherwise to obtain the points on railways of wings or brackets directly by the tight by having india-rubber, gutta-percha, tarred, felt, motive power from the combustion of aeriform mixtures levers, and carried on rocking shafts placed parallel to or leather linings or packings at every joint, so that by means of apparatus specially arranged for vaporizing the direction of motion of the said levers, such wings or when the volts are screwed on, the hatches are perfectly the inflammable liquid, and for cooling the parts heated brackets being of suficient length to lock both the front water-tight. On the top of one or more of the hatches it by the combustion. The details of the invention are too of a lever in its normal position, and the back of a lever is proposed to have a man-hole, of any height or width, voluminous to admit of our quoting them here.-Patent when pulled over, or of such a length that the wing, made of iron or steel, or other metal, in a tubular or other completed.

bracket, or lock cannot be moved so long as the lever is shape, with four or more tubes or ventilators attached

1006 R. LITTLE, Greenock, Renfrew. Reducing the tem- out of its normal position, or of such a length that the thereto; or the man-hole may be made a ventilator by peature of air, &c. (A communication) Dated March 25, said lock cannot be moved until the lever has first been enclosing therein a smaller tube with openings, which 1868.

pulled over, substantially as described.-Patent completed. openings can be closed at any time in case of bad weather This invention consists, first, in cooling air by sub 1014 T. LANE, Birmingham. Looms. Dated March 25, at sea.-Patent abandoned.

mitting it in a compressed state to cold or cooled water, 1868. 998 F. W. CROHN, Cullum-street, Fenchurch-street. in apparatus constructed like any suitable kind of surface The patentoe claims, first, the construction and arrangeApparatus for obtaining motive power from a fall of water. condenser, such as is in use with steam engines. Second, ment of parts for giving motion to the piston and cylinder Dated March 24, 1868.

in employing the cooled compressed air to maintain as low in opposite directions, for the purpose of expelling rapidly According to this invention (which relates to the Janvin an atmospheric temperature as may be required in a room, the air from the said cylinder into the shuttle box, and or parallel flow turbine) the inventor carries the weight ship's hold, or other closed vessel or receiver, by admitting thereby propelling the shuttle. Second, the arrangement of the shaft and wheel by means of a thrust bearing at a it and letting it expand therein; and, third, in freezing, orcombination of parts for relieving the pressure of the sweli distance above the wheel, this bearing being such as is and thereby preserving, animal and vegetable substances, against the shuttle during the pick of the shuttle. Third, used with screw propeller shafts, that is to say, a number by placing them in such room, ship’s hold, or other closed the arrangement or combination of parts for bringing the of annular grooves are formed in the bearing, and corre vessel or receiver, cooled to the requisite low temperature shuttle gradually to rest in its shuttle box and for presponding collars or flanges on the shaft fit into them, and by the expansion therein of cooled compressed air.- venting its rebound.-Patent completed. on these collars or flanges the weight of the shaft and Patent abandoned.

1015 C. E. BROOMAN, Fleet-street. Machinery for the wheel hangs. In order to steady the wheel, another bearing is employed immediately abovo it, and this bearing he Oldham.

1007 A. ELLIOTT, Failsworth, Manchester, and J. BARKER, manufacture of paper tubes, specially intended for use in spinmakes with lining strips of hard wood, as is also practised | March 25, 1868.

Apparatus for lubricating axles, dc. Dated ning machinery. (A communication.) Dated March 25,

1868. in constructing the stem bearings of screw propeller This invention consists in applying the oil or other This invention is not described apart from the drawings. shafts. This hearing he casts with, or fixes to, the casting lubricating material to the under surface of the axle or-Patent completed. with which the directing blades are formed, and this other shaft to be lubricated; the oil is contained in a casting fits into a ring or socket in such manner that the vessel formed in the hanger or pedestal, and upon it floats March 25, 1863.

1016 S. FISHER, Strand. Ornamentation of tiles. Dated wheel, the directing blades, and lower bearing, may all be a roller of cork or other substance, the upper surface of lifted together by tackle applied to the upper end of the which is held in contact with the shaft to be lubricated figures, patterns, letters, or other ornamentation, on un

This invention relates to the production of designs, shaft, so as to admit of the turbine being readily examined. by the buoyancy of the cork float wbich is supported by glazed tiles, and also to the application of the same for -Patent abandoned.

the oil or other lubricating material. As the axle revolves the purposes of mural and panel decoration, and other999 D. LEWIS, Liverpool. Portable tables. Dated the cork roller rotates, and takes up a portion of oil, wise, the peculiar feature of the invention consisting in March 24, 1868.

which it deposits on the axle, the oil being distributed the retention of the dull unglazed or partially glazed surThis invention consists in forming the tops of the said along the bearing by making a recess in the edge of the face of the tile to form a groundwork for the pattern or tables of strips or lath of wood, or other suitable sub- step. The floating roller is guided in slots made in a frame design.--Patent completed. stance glued or cemented superficially together in longi- which fits in a recess in the hanger or pedestal.- Patent tudinal joints, through the medium of a flexible back of eompleted.

1017 J. PLANT, Sheffield. Dram flasks. Dated March 25,

1868. cloth, leather, or other textile fabrics, so as to enable the 1008 H. A. BONNEVILLE, Sackville-street, Piccadilly. same to be rolled up when not in use. ---Patent aban- Apparatus for exhibiting advertisements, &c. (A communi- neck of the flask, and instead of making the screwed

Here the inventor slightly increases the length of the doned, cation) Dated March 25, 1868.

collar with a rim fitting on the top he fits it entirely on 1000 R. SMITH, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, Manchester. The advertising apparatus consists in a sort of tower of the exterior of the said neck, which is made to project Machinery for winding cotton, silk, and other yarns or threads, any convenient form or height, composed of sashes or above the screwed collar, and over which the screw cap on to spools, cards, or balls, &c. Dated March 24, 1868. frames, and furnished with panes of glass, on which are Ats. In this manner the liquid or spirit contained in the

These improvements apply to the self-acting machines printed, painted, or otherwise figured, the bills or advertise- flask will be kept pure and entirely preserved from confor winding a number of spools, cards, or balls of cotton, ments. This tower may be lighted up, after dark, and tact with the metal cap at all times. -Patent abandoned. silk, or other yarns or threads, and also to the single rotated by any suitable means on an axis fixed in a baseheads when only one spool, card, or ball is wound. They ment, whereon the automatically distributing apparatus is

1018 A. V. NEWTON, Chancery-lane. Spinning mahave for their object the obtaining of a better and more placed.-Patent abandoned.

chinery. (A communication.) Dated March 25, 1868. equable drag or tension on the thread during the process

This invention relates to ring travellers, and consists of winding than has hitherto been obtained, and so that it DRY, Arlington-street, New North-road, London. Mashing and spindle of the ring frame as to rotate freely within the

1009 A. M'GLASHAN, Coal-yard, Drury-lane, and J. HEN- in the use of a transverse bar so combined with the ring can be be wound with little pressure of the guide (when substances employed in the manufacture of fermented liquors. ring, and in contact with the spindle, or the yarn thereon, guides are used), and the thread is laid evenly side by side on the spools without being flattened. The details of the Dated March 25, 1868.

whereby the yarn is caused to pass to the spindle at an invention are voluminous.-Patent completed.

The patentees make use of a cylindrical casing placed uniform angle, and is, consequently, keptat an uniform ten

horizontally, such casing being provided at one end with sion, thus effectually securing the desired result. The in1001 E. HARRIS, Manchester. Paper bags. Dated an inlet for the material to be mashed, and having at its vention further consists in providing lateral openings at March 24, 1868.

opposite end an exit passage for the substances treated. the external portion of the ring, through which lint, dirt, This invention has reference to the manufacture of The upper part of this casing is made in the form of a and the like may escape from the annular guide in which paper bags. The invention is not sufficiently important hollow lid, which is hinged to the remaining or under por the ends of the transverse bar are placed. The invention to necessitate our giving a full description of it here.- tion of the same, the outer side of the lid being provided further consists in an internal rim or flange so arranged Patent abandoned.

with an opening for the admission of water or liquor, and upon the ring, and with reference to the transverse bar, as 1002 J. ANTILL,

its interior or concave side perforated with holes. Within to retain the same in proper position, both when in use and Wandsworth, Surrey. Slench traps. the cylindrical casing they place a perforated hollow in the operation of mending a break in the yarn. The inDated March 24, 1868. The patentee places two diaphrams, one above the other, of the casing, and which receives motion by hand or other ends of the tranverse bar are held in place at the same

shaft, supported in bearings formed in the respective ends vention further consists in a novel means whereby the in the interior of the trap on opposite sides. These dia- wise through suitable riggers or pulleys attached to its time that the free movement of the bar around the spindle phragms may be of curved or other form, the upper one inclining downwards to about mid depth of the trap, suffi. inlet for the substances to be mashed, is arranged a helical

outer end. Around this shaft at the end nearest to the is provided for.-Patent completed. cient space being left between the side of the latte

blade or screw, the remaining part or portion of the shaft

1019 W. RICHARDSON, Oldham. Machines for cleaning or is fixed near the bottom of the trap, and rises up behind like arms having slots formed therein. — Patent completed. cleaning wool in which there is what is commonly called the diaphram for the water to pass. The lower diaphragm being provided with a number of hollow twisted blade- burping wool. Dated March 25, 1868.

This invention refers to those machines for burring or the upper diaphram, so as to form a kind of chamber in which sufficient water will always remain to prevent the 1010 A, B, WOLLASTON, Chislehurst, Kent, and F. STAN-'a fine comb cylinder, that is, a cylinder provided with

action is as follows:-The tension or strain on the warp of letters patent previously granted to the present patentee. is submitted to the pressure of the steam in the boiler

combs or teeth which detain the material while it is effected substantially in the manner hereinbefore de- first part of this inventiou the inventor employs separate deprived of burrs, and is otherwise cleaned by brushes, scribed. Second, the making of one of the pair of elements steam and exhaust valves, and in order that the steam combs, rollers, or other such mechanism, and consists in of a statically charged or induced cable or combination of valves may be caused to close at varying points of the causing the material to be drawn to the said cylinder by elements of opposite electrical condition in the form of a stroke of the engino, by means of the governor he employs pressure of air. For this purpose the patentee places a metal tubo or trough to protect and enclose the wire or a moving cylinder with a piston in it, the piston being frn or equivalent apparatus in connection with the interior wires constituting the opposite element of such combina- attached to the steam valve or valves by meams of a ro å of the cylinder, by which means air is exhausted there- tion.-Patent completed

or otherwise. The said cylinder, which may be driven by from, and the wool is drawn on to the combs until it has been cleaned and brushed off in the usual manner.- for reducing, smoothing, facing, or otherwise working and illed with a suitable liquid, and is provided with an open

1027 E. J.J. Dixon, Bangor, North Wales. Machinery means of an eccentric, or any other convenient device, is Patent completed.

manufacturing slate, &c. Dated March 26, 1868. 1020 T. WHITEHOUSE, Wednesbury, Stafford. Blast This invention consists in a novel mode of arranging said cylinder is moved by means of the engine to whish

being fitted with a plug, plugs, valve or valves. As the furnaces. Dated March 25, 1868. of the force of the blast through the tuyeres of blast fur- such a manner and position that the two principal sur cylinder, and thus allow the oil or other fluid to flow from

This invention has for its object the better regulation material to be operated upon to their cutting edges in it is attached, the valves or plugs are caused to open the naces, and it is effected as follows:-Instead of employing faces of the material may be reduced, planed, smoothed, one governing valve for any number of tuyeros, the in- faced, or otherwise worked at one and the same time, steam valve or valves, which may be made to close by

one side of the piston to the other, thus releasing the ventor omploys an independent valve or equivalent check and rendered of a desired thickness by the samo operato each tuyere, by wbich arrangement ho is enabled to tion.-Patent completed.

means of steam. or a spring, or in any other convenient apply a stronger or weaker blast to any one or more of the

way. The said valves or plugs are made to open by means tuyeres independently of the remainder, and thus to

1028 J.T. KING, Liverpool. Apparalus for dressing mill of suitable connections coming in contact with a triangle regulate the working of the furnace by applying stronger stones. Dated March 26, 1868.

or wedge, which is moved by means of the governor, and or weaker blast precisely through whichever tuyers or of a tool or drill tipped or fitted with a central point of off takes place sooner or later.

This invention consists essentially in the employment as the piston of the wedge or triangle is altered, so the cut tuyeres it may be requisite.-Patent abandoned.

The said cylinder may be bort or other hard stone or substance, to which the fixed, and the triangle which derives one motion from the 1021 T. SAGAR, T. RICHMOND, and C. CATLOW, Burnley. patentee gives a rapid rotary motion on its own axis, and governor may be made to oscillate in a direction at right Looms. Dated March 25, 1868.

at the same time a to-and-fro movement over the stone to angles to that motion, and thus actuate the said plugs or This invention relates, first, to improved apparatus for be dressed, so that without the cutting point leaving the valve. The mode of making the steam valves steam" letting off" motion, for which letters patent were millstone, grooves of any desired depth and width can be closing is clearly illustrated in the drawings. In carrying granted to T. Sagar and T. Richmond, A.D. 1866 (No. formed on the face thereof.-Patent completed.

out the second part of this invention he admits steam to 1775), and consists in the employment of an arm placed on the vibrator. On the end of the said arm is a stud, on

1029 W. ORAM, Salford. Hydraulic presses.

one side of the piston to produce the stroke in one direcDated

tion, whilst the other side of the said piston is open to the which works & short lever or catch, on which are two

March 26, 1868.
This invention relates, first, to improvements in bydrau- the water piston, connected to the one above named,

atmosphere or to the exhaust pipe. Another piston, called detents which act on the teeth of the ratchet wheel. The

lic presses described in the first part of the specification when the stud is open causes the vibrator and arm thereon to bring the front or first detent into contact with the dated May 22, 1854 (No. 1140), wherein two rams are em constantly, but that pressure is transmitted through teeth on the ratchet wheel, and thus prevent the further ployed an innerinstationary, ram and an houtor one com- piston being in communication with the boiler below the letting off of yarn when the shed closes, the tension being tained in one cylinder, and this part of the present im

water level. During the steam stroke of the engine the removed, the arm carrying the lever is depressed (by provements consists in the employment and use of an inner ram which is not stationary, but lifted by hydraulic towards or into the boiler, and during the return stroke

water contained in front of the water piston is driven back means of a spring or cam), and the first detent is removed clear of the teeth of the ratchet wheel at the instant the pressure within the outer ram ; the pressure of water is

the water returns and steam is exhausted. The pis ton is warp. The lever or catch being hinged at one end thereof is lifted to a required height, which being attained, a spring made to contract the opening through which the water second detent enters the ratchet wheel, thus letting off the first admitted to the top of the outer ram, and the table

controlled by means of a plug or stopper, which can be (by means of the stud) is readily raised, and both detents valve or tap is acted upon by the action of the ram, which

pressure, by another inlet beneath the two rams, whereby the third part of this invention ho makes the piston of clear of the teeth of the ratchet wheel when "winding up,"

In carrying out or from any cause such may be desirable. Second, a

increased pressure and extra length of lift is obtained; and direct-acting engines actuate the valves which give ad

when the full pressure and height of the table is obtained, mission and emission to the steam, in the manner shown further improvement in this invention relates to the manufacture of the "tumbler balls" and "nose bits" of

a handle is moved by self-acting means which releases in the drawings.- Patent abandoned. the picking motion, and consists in casting such parts in

the spring and allows the water to return, and its passage iron moulds, so as to produce chilled iron, the parts above

to act upon a valve and weighted lever which disconnects 1034 W. CLARK, jun., Dunfermline, Fifeshire, and J. mentioned being subject to great wear and tear. Third, the clutch or driving connection and stops the hydraulic CLARK, Paddington, London. Locomolive engines. Dated in dispersing with the tension roller, which is effected by pumps. Second, the improvements consist in the employ- March 26, 1868.

The patentees claim the form and mode described, of means of a lever working on a stud; one end of the lever ment and use of weighted levers which are to be applied is provided with an eye or lock, through which a link to the valves of hydraulic pumps that such valves may be constructing locomotive engines for working heavy tramic

on steep inclines. First, by the aid of additional wheels from the shaft of the cloth beam passes: 02 the other from the pipes supplying the cylinder, or from the return of reduced diameter running upon additional rails of wood, end of the lever is a spring or weight. ---Patent aban-pipes, at any required and arranged pressure. Third, the metal, or other material raised above the ordinary rails. doned.

invention relates to an improved fastening for the boxes, Second, by the aid of a clutch or clutches working along 1022 J. ANDERSON, Ramsbottom, Lancashire. Machinery termed baling boxes, employed in connection with hydrau- | a central or the bearing rails, as described, together with employed for carding wool, cotton, &c. Dated March 25, 1868. lic presses.- Patent completed.

such modifications or variations in the form and arrangeThis invention has for its object means of and appa

ments of the details as may be found necessary or advisratus for stripping the adhering fibro from the cylinder and vegetable substances. Dated March 26, 1868.

1030 M. B. ORR, Glasgow. Drying and preserving animal able in practice. Third, the special form and arrangement of carding engines, without the necessity of removing

of the firebox and tubes in steam boilers. Fourth, tho any of the rollers, or recourse to hand stripping, which

This invention consists in applying steam-heated plates construction of bearing springs by the substitution of the patentee effects by the use of what he terms a

in combination with currents of air, which may or may angular or corrugated plates for those of the ordinary fiat “stripping roller" and comb, the said stripping roller not be heated to the drying of animal and vegetable section ; and, lastly, the addition of the indicating float in being supported on bearings at each side of the engine, state, if hot naturally in small or thin pieces, are placed

substances, which substances, in a sub-divided or ground gauge-glasses, as described.-Patent completed. and such bearings readily admit of the stripping roller being raised or lowered. When the stripping roller is in

on or in direct contact with such steam-heated platos. 1035 M. HAVENHAND and J. ALLEN, Dronfield, Derbyits higher bearings it acts as an ordinary clearing roller. 1031 W. H. S. Aubin, Wolverhampton. Cocks and taps shire. Pistons. Dated March 26, 1868. When the cylinder is to be cleared, the stripping roller is for drawing off' liquids, &c. Dated March 26, 1868.

The patentoo claims, first, the employment of anglo lowered, and the cards thereon enter or mingle with those On the pipe of the cock or tap, or that part which enters pieces, in combination with half rings or portions of rings,

in such manner that the angle pieces are moved outwards on the cylinder, rotary motion being imparted to the the cask or vessel, the inventor makes a screw thread, and stripping roller by means of handles placed on the roller into the hole in the cask or vessel into which the pipe of the in proportion to the wear of the half rings or portions of shaft; the said roller having removed or stripped the cock or tap is to be inserted he fixes a socket having in its rings. Second, the employment of a central ring, or of a fibres from the cylinder, such Obre removed from the interior a concave screw thread into which the before- diamond piece, to form the bearings for the springs which stripping roller by means of a comb placed over the said mentioned screw thread on the pipe of the cock or tap act against the backs of the angle pieces. Third, the roller, the tooth of which enter or mingle with the cards takes. The socket has a flange on its front end which combination or combinations of parts of pietons, substanon the said roller.-Patent completed.

bears against the outside of the cask or vessel, and through tially as described and illustrated in the drawings.--Patent

which screws may be passed to attach the said socket to completed. 1023 J. JAMESON, Gateshead, Durham. Preparation of the cask or vessel, or the said socket may be attached by 1036 J. COCKS, Regent-street, London. Trousers. Dated safety paper. Dated Murch 25, 1868.

means of a fly nut inside the cask screwing on the socket. March 26, 1868. Here the patentee prints on the paper a design, or Inside the socket is a hollow plug, open at its front end, This invention relates to trowsers when worn with designs of such character as that by the uso of chemical closed at its back end, and perforated with holes on its borders, and consists in cutting out the material and inks the design shall either be changed in colour or cylindrical sides. This plug has a screw thread which making up the trowsers in the ordinary way, as without obliterated, or, being invisible, or nearly so, sball be takes in the concave screw thread in the socket. The front borders, and sewing on the border independently, and in rendered visible at the parts written upon; or he prepares end of the hollow plug may be square or any other shape, any required position.-Patent abandoned. a paper answering to more than one of these tests, select- but, if cylindrical, it has a projection on its edge which ing the chemicals and so supplying the designs as to make engages with a corresponding notch or depression on the

1037 W. MANWARING. Banbury. Reaping and mowing alterations of the writings or imitation of the chemical screwed end of the pipe of the cock or tap, and when the machines. Dated March 26, 1868. action very difficult, if not impossible. As an instance of pipe is introduced into the socket, and turned, it not only

This invention is not fully described apart from the change of colour, the design may be printed with a | itself advances in the socket, but, communicating its

drawings.--Patent completed coloured persalt of iron, and the writing effected with a rotary motion to the hollow plug, causes the plug to ad 1038 W. D. CLIFF, Wortley, Yorkshire. Kilns. Dated ferrocyanide. As an instance of obliteration, the design vance before it. Before the pipe of the cock or tap is in- March 26, 1868. may be printed with a Prussian blue, and the writing troduced into the socket, the hollow plug is within the This invention is not descrlbed apart from the drawings. made with an alkali. As an instance of development of socket, and the perforations in its sides are, consequently, -Patent completed. invisible or nearly invisible design, the printing may be closed by the said socket, and no liquid or gas can escape 1039 W. S. PAGE and R. EAST, Nine Elms, Surrey. done with a ferrocyanide and the writing with a persalt through the said socket from the cask, vessel, or pipe. Steam boilers, &c. Dated March 26, 1868. of iron.--Patent completed. When, however, the cock or tap is screwed into the

The patentees claim the application of a system of 1024 LIEUTENANT H. P. G. MEADE, R.N., Belgrave- socket, the hollow plug advancing before it, and the per- perforated cylinders to the steam chest of a boiler for square. Firearms, &c. Dated March 25, 1868.

This invention has for its ohject improvements in fire- the liquid or gas can pass through the said perforations to the the steam before it enters the steam pipe leading to the arms, and in cartridges, projectiles, and torpedoes, and tap. On withdrawing the tap, the hollow plug is brought engine, as described with reference to the drawings.

The relates to new methods of applying the force of gun- | into the hollow socket, and its perforations closed.

Second, the mode described and represented in the powder, or other explosive substance, to the throwing of tap may be thus introduced into and withdrawn from the drawings, of constructing the grease cups of steam and shot or 'shell, by which methods lesser, lighter, and more cask, vessel, or pipe without any loss of liquid or gas, and other motive power engines for the purposes stated. easily constructed guns than those in use at present can

in the latter case, casks will, by this means, when emptied, Patent completod. be made to throw projectiles of extraordinary weight, be kept sweet-Patent abandoned.

1040 B. BROWNE, King William-street, City. Machinery penetrating power, and capacity for bursting charges. 1032 T. BETTXEY, Manchester. Paper-cutting machines, &c. for the manufacture of collars, cuffs, &c. (A communication.) The great length of the specification precludes our quoting Dated March 26, 1868.

Dated March 26, 1868. it in sufficient detail for an intelligible abstract.-Patent The object bere is to arrange the driving gear so that This invention consists of improved mechanical arrangeabandoned.

the power applied to actuate the machine may be almost ments or appliances to be employed for the above-men1025 A. P. PRICE, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Treatment of uniform throughout the stroke of the cutter, and to insure tioned purposes, and the principal features of povelty ores. Dated March 25, 1868.

the smoother action of all the working parts, and render consist, tirst, in the use of intersecting knives for dividing The patentee claims the combination with calcining the machine more effective.--Patent completed.

or cutting the material. Second, in the foed motion for furnaces, or with what are known as Gerstenbofer furnaces, or modifications thereof, of what are known as engines. Dated March 26, 1868.

1033 H. DAVEY, Victoria Chambers, Westminstor. Sleam advancing the material through the machine. Third, in

the general combination of the entire mechanism for proSiemens' regenerative gas furnaces, or modifications thereof, substantially as and for the purpose described. which the admission and emission valvos of steam engines

This invention consists, first, in an improved means hy ducing the articles in a fluished state at one operation.

-Patent completed. Patent completed.

are actuated, so that the governor is made to vary the 1041 S. PERRY, Red Lion-square, and F. PRAMPTON, 1026 W. P. PIGGOTT, Argyll-street, London. Transmit- point in the stroke of the engine at which the supply steam Birmingham. Lelter c'ips, bill files, &c. Dated March 26, ting electric telegraph messages, &c. Dated March 25, 1868. is cut off with the varying resistance or work which the 1868.

The patentee claims, Arst, the combination with an engine has to overcome, or, as it is termed, variable ex This invention consists, first, in improvements on the electrically statically charged or induced cable or wire pansion produced by means of the governor. Second, in American wooden letter clip. For this purpose, instead of any number of separate batteries or ganglions, or any an improved means by which the piston of direct-acting of forming the hinge of wire, as has heretoforo been the number of parts or plates of a single battery or ganglion, steam engines is controlled, so that the engine works case, the patentees employ hinges or connections formod for the purpose of creating a greater or less disturbance of smoothly, and is peculiarly applicable to steam pumps or of plates of metal fixed rigidly to one-half of the clip, the electrical equilibrium, or the induced electricity, in pumping engines; and, third, in means by which the steam whilst the other half of the clip is connected to each plate such cable or wire, whereby the transmission of signals is' valves of such engines are actuated. In carrying out the ' by a pin, and in some cases they employ two or more

springs to force the jaws together. By these means the 1048 A. SCOTT, Paddington, London. Alcoholic, fermented, 3049 H. Steffanson, Hans-place, Brompton, Middlesex. different parts of the clips are prevented from twisting dry, sweet, or effervescent drink. Dated March 27, 1868. Improvements in machinery for sawing wood. * upon each other, and facility is afforded for making clips This invention consists in the production of an alcoholic, 3050 J. G. Willans, St. Stephen's-crescent, Middlesex. of any suitable width. The invention relates, secondly, dry, sweet, or effervescent drink, of which tea or coffee, or Improvements in the manufacture of iron and steel. to improvements upon screw letter clips or suspenders. theine, or caffeine, is an essential ingredient.--Patent 3051 J. Aspinall, Gayton House, Harrow, Middlesex. For this purpose they fx the screw into a disc or plate, as completed.

Improvements in telegraphic and other ropes or cables, heretofore, but in addition to employing a nut they employ

1049 J. MAURICE, Langham-place, London. Producing and also in hardening the surface of india-rabber and a loose washer, disc, or plate between the screw nut and optical Illusions. Dated March 27, 1868.

gutta-percha. the articles to be held, such loose disc, plate, or washer These improvements have for their object the produc-ments in freezing, shipping, and preserving meat and

-3052 J. Jeffreys, Upper Norwood, Surrey. Improvebeing connected to the other disc or plate by a link, or tion of phantom images in motion, or with life-like moveother suitable means, and in some cases they connect a mente, on a stage, platform, or otherwise, whilst the other provisions. ring or hook to the clip to facilitate its suspension on a means of producing such motion may be rendered invi

3053 O. Eskrett, Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorksbire. Imnatl or otherwise. The invention consists, third, in the Bible to the spectators. The inventor uses a transparent provements in envelopes or hairs used in extracting oil and other similar clips or suspenders, the two jaws of the and combined with optical apparatus for illustrating or application of an adjustable hinge to letter clips, bil fles; mirror or glass fitted or placed on a stage or platform, from oleaginous seeds and oil cake making.

Dated October 7, 1868. clip file or suspender being forced together by a screw and exbibiting the effects of persistence of vision termed the

3054 F. P. Warren, High-road, Lee, Kent. Improvenut. By these means the jaws of the clip may, within motion apparatus," such, for instance, as those known

ments in apparatus for cooking and other purposes. certain limits, be maintained at the most suitable angle as the phanakistiscope, solroscope, zoetrope, or wheel of

3055 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. An improved for holding whatever may be the quantity of letters, bills, or life.-Patent abandoned.

textile fabric applicable as blankets for printing presses other articles held thereby. The invention consists, fourth,

and for other useful purposes. (A communication.)

1050 F. BAUMAN, Wellington-street, Strand. in forming letter clips, bill Ales, and other similar clips or


3056 D. Marshall, Leith, Mid Lothian. An improved suspenders, with a slot or opening in one jaw, whilst to combination of chemical substances. Dated March 27, 1868. the other jaw is fixed a screw or pin having a suitable head This invention consists in the use of lime and potash in packing for the tubes of surface condensers and other fixed thereto. The head of the screw or pin is capable, solution, substantially as described, for treating wood and

3057 W. Sievwright, jun., Prinlaws, Fifeshire, and G. when in one position, of freely passing through the slot other fibrous material, so as to prepare it for the manufac- Worral, Dandee, Forlarshire. Improvements in appaor opening, and then of being turned round so as to hold ture of paper pulp-Patent completed.

ratus for producing adjustable pressure on rollers used in the two jaws firmly together.- Patent completed.

1051 G. HODGKINSON, Manchester. Method of producing the manufacture and Anishing of textile materials or designs upon woven fabrics. Dated March 27, 1868.

fabrics, 1042 J.LYALL, New York, U.S.A. Looms. Dated March 25,

This invention is designed for the purpose of producing 3058 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Improvements 1868. This invention is not described apart from the drawings. double cloth goods, such as quilts, counterpanes, or articles other Albrous substances. (A communication.)

designs or patterns upon the upper and under surfaces of in flyers employed in twisting or spinning cotton and - Patent completed.

of a similar manufacture, during the process of weaving. 3059 R. T. Monteith, Dinard, Department of the Ille-et1043 J. H. JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Lamps for The improvements consist in arranging and constructing Vilaine, France. An improved manufacture of fire bricks burning liquid hydrocarbons. (A communication.) Dated the " cards " now employed to form the plain bottom cloth and fire-resisting cement. March 26, 1868.

in such a manner as to produce a pattern or device there 3060 E. T. Hughes, Chancery-lane. Improved means This invention relates more particularly to certain im- upon, and a similar manner to the cards" regulating the and apparatus for generating electricity by heat. (A comprovements in, and modifications of, the burners or mounts weaving of the pattern in the upper cloth; or the two sets munication). of lamps intended for the burning of paraffin and other of “cards" may be so arranged that they will simul 3061 W. Rossitter, Accrington, Lancashire. Improveliquid hydrocarbons, whereby increased brilliancy of taneously produce two separate and distinct patterns, the ments in warping or beaming machines. flame is obtained, a better form or shape of flame is pro- surfaces of which will be produced outwardly by their

3062 J. Wood, Stockport, Chester, and J. Arundale, duced, which enables a plain cylindrical chimney to be respective cards, so as to effect a pattern or Anish on the Hollingworth, Chester. Improvements in shuttles. used in lamps having flat wicks, and greater facility of two outer surfaces of the double fabric.-Patent com 3063 W. E. Newton, Chancery-lane. Improvements in access to the wick is afforded. According to the first part pleted.

knitting machinery, and in apparatus to be employed witi of this invention it is proposed to employ in the said 1052 G. DAVIES, Serlo-street, Lincoln's Iun. Steam

knitting machinery. (A communication.) burners a flat, or nearly flat, slotted plate, situate a little engines. (A communication.) Dated March 27, 1868.

3064 J. Watson, Newington-causeway, Surrey. An above the ordinary dome, such dome being, moreover, Burrounded at the sides by a pendant hollow cylinder or and combinations of engine composed in pairs of one apparatus used in such manufacture,

The patentee claims, first, the different arrangements improvement in the manufacture of wall papers, and in casing, an annular space being left between the said hollow cylinder for the introduction of steam at a greater or

3065 J. Dupree, Whitechapel-road, Middlesex. Improvecylinder and the dome for the free passage of air, which lesser pressure, and of another cylinder for expansion, ments in the construction of sieves, and in apparatus for is so directed on to the flame as to increase considerably the cranks being joined together in pairs by balance

working the same. the brilliancy thereof, and make it longer and narrower, beams or connecting rods. Second, the application of

3066 J. Watson, Newington-causeway, Surrey.

An 80 as to admit of the use of a cylindrical chimney. The these engines to propel vessels with twin screws. Third, improvement in the manufacture of wall papers, and in second part of this invention consists in combining with the arrangement of the plate iron jacket containing steam apparatus used in such manufacture. the dome of the burner two air tubes, channels, or orifices at the same pressure as that of the boiler. Fourth, the

3067 W. Estor, Hampstead, Middlesex, and O. T. Pearce, arranged one at each end of the elongated slot in the dome, combination of distributing valves to establish com.

Maddox-street, Regent-street. Improvements in the 80 as to direct the air into a courge which will produce munication between the cylinders and the admission of

means of disinfecting or deodorizing rooms, buildings, the same effect on the flame as that caused by the first steam to the small cylinder, and the exhaustion of the and ships, applicable also to other such like purposes. part of this invention. The third part of the invention steam from the large cylinder.

3068 W. Richards, Birmingham. Improvements in consists in making the perforated casing of the burner in arrangements for driving the screws by inclined shafts

Fifth, the general

cartridges. two parts, an upper and a lower, and in providing one of connected to the driving shafts, either directly or by

3069 R. H. Bentham, Bedford-row, Middlesex. An to the other part that, when inserted therein, the two parts means of combining four cylinders to drive two screws by draughtsmen in drawing perspectivē views. such parts with elastic metal lips or tongues, so adapted means of any kind of couplings. Sixth, the different apparatus or instrument for drawing lines radiating from

a known centre, particularly adapted for the use of will be held securely together, whilst at the same time, by the aid of arrangements described.-Patent completed. a slight effort, they may be readily separated. The upper part contains the dome with the flat, or nearly flat, slotted 1053 P. ADIE, Pall Mall. Apparatus for shearing sheep, &c.

Dated October 8, 1868.

3070 H.Josephi, Manchester. Improvements in watches, plate, and the pendant cylindrical casing, or the air tubes Dated March 27, 1868. or orifices at the ends of the slot, as the case may be pair of disc cutters, with projecting teeth or blades, and

The patentee claims, first, the employment or use of a clocks, and other liko timepieces, timekeepers, or time

indicators. whilst the lower part contains the wick, tube, and elevator. revolving intermittently or continuously in opposite Improvements in apparatus for applying adhesive agents

3071 G. Speight, Spencer-street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex. -Patent completed. 1044 T. ROUTLEDGE, Ford Works, Sunderland, and spring portion (like scissor blades), as described. Second, directions, the said teeth or blades being formed with a

to paper and other materials, and for effecting adhesion W. H: RICHARDSON, Jarrow-on-Tyne, Northumberland, the employment or use of a similar disc cutter revolving between pieces of paper and other materials, Bleaching esparto, &c. Dated March 26, 1868. as before in combination with a segmental fixed back

3072 J. Chaudron, Brussels, Belgium. Improvements in in an alkaline liquor in the ordinary manner, deprived of ment or use of straight or segmental plates with similar posee

Here the fibre is first sorted, if necessary, cut and boiled plate with similar teeth or blades. Third, the employ- boring or sinking pits or shafts for mines and other purits colouring matter by washing, with or without pressing, teeth or blades having two cutting edges, and worked

3073 J. Barcroft, Newchurch, Lancashire. Improveas well known to paper manufacturers; it is then placed with an oscillating or reciprocating motion, all sub

ments in the manufacture of felted cloth, and in machinery in a rotary cylindrical vessel with a quantity of bleach-stantially as described.-Patent completed.

connected therewith. ing liquor, and the vessel is closed and made steam-tight.

3074 J. M'F. Gray, Birkenhead, Chester. Improved After being rotated or agitated, steam is adınitted until

1054 C. E. BROOMÀN, Fleet-street. Breech-loading fire- modes of, and machinery and accessory apparatus for, the contents of the vessel are heated to a boiling

(A communication.) Dated March 27, 1868.

working war turrets and heavy ordnance. temperature or otherwise, but a temperature as high

This invention consists in closing the breech by means 3075 E. J. Hughes, Manchester. Improvements in 28 300deg. Fah. may be used with advantage; by this of a vertical sliding block worked by the trigger guard, recreative games played with balls and cues, and in the means the whole of the chlorine or other bleaching which, in the same movement, cocks the gun, raises the tables and apparatus connected therewith. (A communiagent is rapidly, brought into effect and exhausted while sliding block to allow of the insertion of a cartridge, and cation.) in contact with and acting on the fibre. When the acts on an extractor.--Patent abandoned.

3076' T. Sagar and T. Richmond, Burnley, Lancashire. process of bleaching is completed, the effete or exhausted 1055 O. B. JAMES, Redditch. Wrapping up needles. Improvements in looms for weaving. bleaching agent is run off, or the contents emptied into Dated March 27, 1868.

3077 F. Ayckbourn, Southampton-street, Strand. Inanother vessel to drain, and the material being then in Here the inventor proposes to sew each needle sepa- proved manufacture of lead pencils. the form of bleached paper stock, is treated in the usual rately upon its wrapper, or upon any suitable material, to 3078 E. Prevost, Euston-road, Middlesex. Improvemanner.-Patent abandoned.

be subsequently enclosed within a wrapper, and this he ments in controlling restive and vicious horses. 1045 A. WARNER, Lawrence Pountney-lane, Cannon- needle within

effects by means of a sewing machine adapted to take one 3079 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Improvestreet. Cement. Dated March 27, 1868.

stitch, or more than one within each ments in saw handles, and in securing the same to saw stitch if desired.-Patent abandoned.

blades. (A communication.) The patentee claims the combination of the oxides of

3080 iron or iron ores with sulphate of lime in the manufacture

W. Simons, Renfrewshire. Improvements in

bricks or blocks to be used for building purposes. of coment, as described. He also claims the use of phosphoric or boracic acid, or any of their salts, or other suit

APPLICATIONS FOR LETTERS 3081 J. Steel, Glasgow. Improvements in apparatus for able chemical equivalent, which will form a cementing


obtaining extracts from roasted malt. substance when combined, according to this invention,

3082 W. Bland, Keighley, Yorksbire. An improvewith silicate of iron, oxides of iron, or iron ores, either

ment in looms for weaving.

Dated October 6, 1868. with or without the addition of sulphate of lime for the

3083 G. Davies, Serle-street, Lincoln's Inn, Improve

3040 E. T. Bellhouse and W.J. Dorning, Manchester. ments in paper boats. (A communication.) manufacture of cemout, as described.-Patent completed. Improvements in hydraulic presses employed in the pack 3084 J. Arnold, Sheffield. Improvements in the con1046 S. HOLMAN, Lawrence Pountney-lane, Cannon-ing of cotton or other materials or substances.

struction of steam boilers. street. Steam pumps. Dated March 27, 1868.

3041 E. Simons, Sheffield. Certain improvements in 3085 R. Winder, Farningham, near Dartford, Kent. A The patentee claims, first, the combination and arrangebraces applicable to railway and other carriages.

new machine for boring holes to fix the hop poles in, and ment of steam pump represented and described, having

3042 N. Tchepelevsky, Beaumont-street, Marylebone, for drawing the hop poles out of the ground in the hop two pistons, the outer side of each being acted upon by paper, textile fabries, and other surfaces, to render them

Middlesex. An improved enamel applicable to wood, picking season. steam, causing the inner side of each to act as a pump, impervious to spirits, oils, gases, or other similar fluids. food.

3086 J. Dewar, Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire. Improvements in or any mere modification or adaptation thereof, such as for water engines, or water meters, or blast engines or (A communication.)

3087 J. Dewar, Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire. Improvements in exhausters. Second, the construction and arrangement

3043 J. R. Wigham, Albany House, Monkstown, Dublin. making and preserving manure, and in deodorizing offenof the steam slide valve, and the methods of operating the Improvements in illuminating lighthouses, and in appa- sive substances. same, represented and described or any mere modification

ratus employed for that purpose, which apparatus is also 3088 F. Zysel, Birmingham. Improvements in expand. thereof. Third, the construction and arrangement of applicable to the manufacture of illuminating gas ing or extending frames for furniture and other articles. buffer valves, soatings and stops, as represented and generally:

3089 T. Heacock, Drury-lane, Middlesex. Improvedescribed, or any mere modification thereof.-Patent cm

3014 &. Gravely, Bow, Middlesex. Improvements in ments in door knobs or handles. pleted.

steam pumps and other engines actuated by steam or 3090 M. P. Manfeld, Northamptonshire. Improvements other motive fuid.

applicable to the soles of boots, shoes, clogs, and other 1047 J. BATES and J. TAYLOR, Dukinfield, Chester. 3045 F. S. Gilbert and W.G. White, Lawrence Pountney- coverings for the feet. Apparatus for cleaning the flues of boilers and boiler seatings. lane, City. Improvements in the manufacture of self 3091 W. E. Newton, Chancery-lane. An improved Dated March 27, 1868. adjusting spanners.

binnacle for iron ships. (A communication.) This apparatus consists of one or more framed and 3046 A. G. Straker, Leadenhall-street, City. An im

A. M.Millan, Woodville-grove, Mildmay Park, hinged scrapers, made and fitted with a rod or rods in proved kind of sample bag or envelope for the trans Middlesex. Improvements in buttons or fastenings, and sectional lengths, and jointed together for working the mission of samples or patterns of merchandise by post. in the method of fixing buttons or fastenings to garments apparatus forwards and backwards. This division and 3047 R. Ramsay, Wimpole-street, Cavendish-square, and other articles. jointing of the rods is intended to facilitate the introduc- Middlesex. Improvements in the construction of shoes,

Dated October 9, 1868. tion and withdrawing of the apparatus to and from the boots, and knee-caps for horses.

3093 J. Varley, Leeds, and S. W. Varley, Dresden, flues where the space in front of the boiler is confined. 3048 T. Garnet, Smethwick, Staffordshire. Improve- Saxony. Improved machinery for treating waste silk and Patent completed. monts in hydraulic rams.

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3094 H. A. Bonneville, Sackville-street, Piccadilly. 1752 J. Reidy. Pickaxes,

PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £100 Improvements in pumps. (A communication.). 1792 O. Reynolds. Apparatus for steam ploughing.

HAS BEEN PAID. 3095_J. Peel, J. F. Broadbent, and J. M. Baines, Brad 1795 J. B. Farrar. Machinery for spinning fibrous sub 2499 A. Chaplin

2568 J. Gilbert ford, Yorkshire. An improved picker for looms for stances.

2535 J. Dowis weaving.

1801 E. P. H. Vaughan. Preventing incrustation in 3096 W. Jarvis, New Brighton, Chester. Improved steam boilers. (A communication.)

LIST label attachments for poison bottles and bottles containing

OF SPECIFICATIONS PUBLISHED, 1803 T. Christy. Paper satining machines. dangerous substances. 1811 L. Sterne. Driving belts.

For the week ending October 10, 1888. 3097 T. W. Dyer, Brunswick-street, Barnsbury-road, 1812 F. Schafer. Removing wax from the tops of corks Middlesex. An anti-chimney smoker. in bottles.

No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. 3098 H. Deacon, Appleton House, Appleton, Lancashire. 1823 F. Fairburn, Condensers for working wool. Improvements in the manufacture of sulphuric acid. 1828 G. Hartley and P. Robertshaw. Construction of

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s, d. 8. d. 3099 L. Hannart and N. A. Aubertin, jun., King-street, steam boilers.

252 0 4 5430 65710 8 7040 47880 765 0 4 Cheapside, City, and W. J. Cunningham, Oxford-street. 1829 W. E. Gedge. Construction of ploughs. (A com

314 0 4 5440 10 5751 8 7050 41 7850 4 767 0 4 Improvements in the manufacture of door plates. munication.)

505 1 10 545.0 10 5770 8 7060 47360 4 768 0 4 3100 E. Evans, Neath, Glamorganshire. Improvements 1834 R. Woinar. Central-fire cartridges.

508 1 4 5480 10 5791 41 70710 4 7890 4771 0 4 in the mode of propelling boats on canals and other narrow 1836 J. Worth and A. Barker. Covering rollers and

5090 8549 0 10 5850 87080 41 74210 4 776 0 4 water-courses, and in the mode of constructing such said clearers used in machinery for spinning fibrous materials.

511 0 10 5500 8 5861 07090 4 7470 4] 778 0 4 boats.

1812 A. M. Clark. Combination locks. (A communica

514 0 10 5560 85870 87120

74810 780 04 3101 H. A. Archereau, Boulevart St. Martin, Paris. A tion.)

517 0 8 5570 10 5990 8 7130 4 7490 782 O 4 new method of obtaining heat and light, and its various 1814 C. D. Abel. Stopping motion for spinning ma

519 1 05580 106000 10 7140 4751 4 783 0 4 applications.

523 10 8 56010 chinery. (A communication.).

66030 8 7150 47540 4 784 0 4 3102 W. E. Newton, Chancery-lane. An improved 1848 F. Reddicliffe. Pump buckets.

536 085611 4 6280 81 7170 4759 4 789 0 4 system of ascertaining and checking the amount of money 1849 A. Prince. Manufacture of metal castings. (A

537 10 10 5630 10637 1 10 7190 4 7610 4 790 0 4 or number of fares taken by the conductors or drivers of communication.)

539 8 05661 2 6640 6724|0 47620 4 808 0 4 omnibuses or other public vehicles. (A communication.) 1850 W. J. Addis. Carts.

540 1 0 5700 8 7030 473210 4 7630 41 978 0 4 3103 W.J. Curtis, Neville-terrace, Holloway, Middlesex. 1851 0. T. and G. A. Newton. Steam boilers, Improvements in sewing machines.

1852 J. Wandsworti. Composition for the soles of NOTE. -Specifications will be forwarded by post from the 3104 S. Tragheim, Swinton-street, Gray's Inn-road, boots.

Great Seal Patent Office (publishing department), on ro Middlesex. An improved method of, and apparatus for, 1857 A. Kerney. Machinery for treating spun silk ceipt of the amount of price and postage. Sums exceeding Washing and dyeing substances of vegetable, animal, or waste,

5s. must be remitted by Post Office Order, made payable at mineral origin.

1862 A. V. Newton. Apparatus for storing petroleum. the Post Office, High Holborn, to Mr. Bennett Woodcroft 3105 J. C. Morgan, H. Macaulay, and F. W. Waide, Baths (A communication.)

Great Seal Patent Omice, 25, Southampton-buildings Works, Rotherham, Yorkshire. Improvements in the 1865 H. Riviere and F. T. Baker. Machines for closing Chaucery-lane. manufacture of cast-iron cisterns, lutes, and covers. the ends of central-flre cartridges.

3106 W. T. Rend, Old Broad-street, City. Improvements 1874 D. Coffey. Locks.
in treating bottles to prepare them to receive beer or other 1830 T. D. Clare. Moulds for casting metallic articles.

OLLED JOISTS or fermented liquor, and in apparatus employed in such treat 1831 A. Munro and W. B. Adamson. Manufacturing

GIRDER BEAMS, ment, tools for howing stono.

of a variety of sizes, from 3in. to 20in. deep, 3107 B. Walker and J. F. A. Pflaum, Leeds. Improve 1886 G. Davies. Construction of lounging chairs. (A

with top and bottom flanges to bin., varying ments in machinery for reducing bulldog or other sub- communication.)

in thickness from fin. to lin. thick on tho stances. 1890 W. Hamer and J. Davies. Furnacos of salt pans.

i web, and rolled out to 40ft. lengths. 3108 J. Griffiths, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Improve 1897 E. P. J. L. Terrel (des Chenes). - Apparatus for

PLATES, ANGLES, BULBS, TEES, ments in the manufacture of piles of iron or stoel, or of heating wine. iron and steel, for the manufacture of rails, angles, axles, 1902 W. H. Westwood. Gas-holders.

BARS, tyres, shafts, and other articles. 1904 S. Barlow, T. Edmeston, and T, Boerey. Furnaces

AND ALL KINDS OF ROLLED IRON. 8109 D, and G. Hallas, and S. J. Woodhouse, Leeds. for steam boilers. Improved apparatus for regulating the supply of gas to 1917 A. S. Stocker. Infants' feeding bottles.

Books of Sections, Prices, and other informaburners. 1927 N. D. Spartall. Apparatus for burning hydrocarbon

tion, will be supplied on application to Dated October 10, 1868. oils.

WILLIAM RYDER, 3110 G. P. Grant, Knight's-place, Wandsworth-road, 1982 J. Hemington. Machinery for grinding the cutters Surrey. Improvements in bung bushes for casks and of reaping machines.

NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. similar vessels, and apparatus for fixing same.

2017 J. H. Johnson. Production of a red colour for 3111 F. Barnett, Rue de Rivoli, Paris. An improved dyeing. (A communication.) bystem of paving by the employment of natural or artificial 2024 P. and B. Brown. Staff for ascertaining irregu

AWARDED i tumen combined with iron ore.

larities in the surfaces of millstones. 3112 T. Merz, Hebburn, Durham, and G. Thomson,

SIX FIRST-CLASS 2063 T. C. Blanchflower. Packing preserved meats. Pelaw-Main, Durham. Improvements in calcining ores, 2064 A. H. Brandon. Machinery for spinning hemp. minerals, and other substances, and in furnaces therefor. (A communication.)

MEDALS, 3113 R. Tod, Leith, Mid Lothian. Improvements in 2075 J. Morris. Steam boilers.

TWO HONOURABLE apparatus for separating and cleaning sharps or middlings, 2085 C. E. Brooman, Apparatus for bleaching fabrics. groats of wheat, and other partially ground grain. (A (A communication.)

MENTIONS, communication.)

2123 J. H. Johnson. Construction of bridges. (A com3114 S. J. Macarthy, Charlotte-stroot, Fitzroy-square, munication.).


AND Middlesex. A new construction of fastening for securing 2290 J. M. Hector. Fusee boxes. boots and shoes and other articles of dress or wear.

2814 P. Pearson. Treatment of cocoa.


ONE COMMEN3115 F. A. Abel and E. O. Brown, Royal Arsenal, Wool 2396 T. Prosser. Distillation. wich, Kent. Improvements in the mode of, and apparatus 2600 H. O. Ensell. Smelting copper.

DATION. for, firing explosive compounds.

2708 J. Adams and H. Barrett. Stopper for bottles.

AND HOSE 3116 W. H. S. Aubin and B. Benton, Wolverhampton. 2742 W. H. Crispin. Artificial fuel. Improvements in cocks, taps, and apparatus for drawing 2763 A. R. Stocker and J. A. Edgley. Hollow caps and MAXUFACTURED BY off liquids or gases from pipes, casks, or other vessels, stoppers for bottles. and for filling casks and other vessels with liquids or 2781 J. Shand. Steam boilers. gases.

3117 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- alkaline salts contained in the weak alkali resulting from lane. An improved process and means for electro-plating the manufacture of crystals of soda.

COMB'S TANNERY, STOWMARKET. with nickel. (A communication.)

3007 G. T. Bousfield. Manufacture of pile fabrics. (A 3118 F. W. Hart, Kingsland Green, Middlesex. Improve-communication.)

Price Lists on application. ments in varnishes for protecting lithographs and like The full titles of the patents in the above list can be

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ascertained by referring back to their numbers in the list Dated October 12, 1868.

of provisional protections previously published. 3119 N. Smith, Glasgow. Improvements in treating Opposition can be entered to the granting of a patent to

TUCK'S and utilizing waste acid liquors. any of the parties in the above list, who have given notice

PATENT PACKING FOR 3120 C. D. Abel, Southampton-buildings, Chancery of their intention to proceed, within twenty-one days from

STEAM lane. Improvements in machinery or apparatus for pro- the date of the “Gazette" in which the notice appears, by

ENGINES, &c. pelling vessels. (A communication.)

leaving at the Commissioners' office, particulars in writing 3121 J. Moon, L H. Donaldson, and S. J. Harris, of the objection to the application.

INDIA-RUBBER VALVES, &c. Oxford-street. An improved mode of making and fasten


TUCK and Cc. ing together bedsteads. LIST OF SEALED PATENTS.

her to eall net ntion totheanno od 3122 W. Moodie, Glasgow, Improvements in the pro

Sealed October 9, 1868.

" TRADE MARK, Ohich in tud pelling and steering of ships or vessels, and in the ma 1205 0. Martin, W. Bar 1316 D. C. Lowber

tur* will appear upon oneh length

of " TUCK'S PATENT PAOK. chinery or apparatus employed therefor. rett, and T. 1350 W. H. Ryland

ING." as also upon their 3123 T. Jordan, Soi Lambeth, Surrey. Improve


1373 D. Geraci ments in machinery and apparatus for breaking, separat


guaranteo1 1210 G. Clark

1374 V. Delperdango ing, and dressing mineral substances. 1213 A. Woodcock

qualiiy. Sheet India

1382 E. M.Donnell 3124 S. Leoni, St. Paul-street, New North-road, Middle

rubber, Buffers, Hoso, 1218 B. J. B. Mills

1402 J. M.Kean and J. sex. Improvements in heating and cooking apparatus.

Tubing, Banding, &o. 1219 J. Rothery

Stenhouse 3125 A Field and A. W. Tuer, Minories, City, Improve

TUCK & Co. 1221 T. F. Shillington

1403 H. Deacon ments in the manufacture of show boards.

1227 T. Smith, T. Wood, 1420 W.R. Lake
3126 W. Brailsford and J. Gadsby, Nottinghamshire.

and T. Don
1537 W. R. Lake

116, Cunnon Street, E.C. Improvements in the manufacture of laco made on bobbin 1233 M. P. W. Boulton

1590 H. C. Croits

Liverpool :-42 and 44, QUEEN STREET. net machines.

1237 G. Glover
1637 D. A. Cooper

1238 E. Page
1678 J. Starley

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Contractors to the Admiralt. PROVISIONAL PROTECTION FOR SEX MONTHS 1240 R. Oxland

1680 W. E. Newton Has been granted upon Specifications bearing the fol

1242 R. Roby
1750 M. Gray

ILIOUS and LIVER COMPLAINTS, lowing numbers:

1248 R. Weir and J. Gray 1759 W. E. Newton
1249 H. S. Evans

1898 W.F. Proctor 1789 2785 2825 2942 | 28.39 2383 2917 2957

Giddiners. Spasms, and all Disorders of the stomach and Bowels 1251 J. Robinson 1900 C. R. E. Grubb

are quickly removed by that well-known remedy, FRAMPTON'S 2206 2793 2827 2813 2860 2887 2921 2961 1254 G. D. Kittoe and P. 1928 W.R. Lake

PILL OF JIEALTH. They unite the recommendation of a mild 2310 2795 2828 2844 2861 2891 2925 296:

2286 T. Kohu

operation with the most successful effect; and where an aperier 2351 2797 2829 2845 2862 2893 2929 2965 1278 C, D. Abel

is required, nothing can be better adapted.

2319 J. Purdey 2371 2799 2880 2846 2995 2931

Bold by all Medicine Vendors at isanja, and is. 9d. per box, or 2967 1288 A. V. Newton 2324 R. (. Huifeld

obtained through any Chomist. 2585 2801 2831 2847 2865 2897 2933 2973

1291 A. Cole and J. Carter 2894 J. Rawsthori
2637 2803
2832 2848 2867 2993 2935 2975

1316 W.R. Lake
2530 F. Barnett


2850 2869 2901 2937 2977

1326 T. Hardcastlo

2531 I. M. Milbank 2730 2809 2834 2851 2871 2903 29:39 2983

this pure Solution of Magnesia as the best remedy for Acidity of the 2744 2810 2885 2852 2873 2905 2943 2985

PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £50 Stomach, Heartburn, Headache, Gout, and Indigestion and as the 2745 2811 2838 2858 2875 2907 2917 2987

Test mild aperient for delicate constitutions, especially adapted for

HAS BEEN PAID. 2763 2813 2839 2854 2877 2909 2919 2989

Ladies, Children, and Infants. 2771 2815

2840 2855 2879 2913 2951 2991

2568 H.F. Smith
2639 W. Mather

372, New Bond-street, London,
2781 2819 2841 2857
2881 2915 2955 2993

2593 J. Homan
2617 W. Robinson and

And of all other chemists throughout the world. A 39 2783 2823

2391 J. Homan

J. G. Orchar
2615 J. J. Parkes

2652 J. Tangye
2621 M. Henry
2669 H. Skinner

ciating pain of Gout or Rheumatism is quickly relieved and NOTICES OF INTENTION TO PROCEED WITH 2626 J. Linton

2693 J. Taylor

cured in a few days by that celebrated medicine, BLAIR'S GOUT PATENTS. 2627 V. A. and V. J. Mes. 2765 W. Smith


singer From the “ London Gazetto," October 13, 1868.

2776 T. B. Jordon

They require no restraint of diet or confineinent during their

ise, and are certain to prevent the disease attacking any vital part. 1553 F. W. and W.J. Crossley Machinery for breaking

2628 J. II. Selwyn
2757 J. and J. Hinks

Sold by all Miodicine. Vendors, at is. Ijd. and 2. d. per box, the boon or refuse portion of flax,

2630 A. A. Lerenard

and obtained through any Chemisie

2793.3. Oliver and c. 0. M'Allum. Utilization of the WEBB and SON,





GO and ROLEUMATISM. The excru:












combines It is rapidly making its way to all parts of the Globe, being now_in profitable use in California, Washoe, Lake

Superior, Australia, Cuba, Chill, Brazil, and throughout the United States and England. Read extracts of extraordinary testimonials:

**The Parys Mines Company, Parys Mines, near strength with
Breakers in use during the last twolro months, and lightness and great
capabilities of crushing the materials to the required

suppleness. For
size, and its grent economy in doing away with manual
labour.-For the Parys Mining Company,

" HR Marsden, Esq. JAMES WILLIAMS."

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

it is unrivaled.
last twelve months, crushing emery, &c., and it has
given every satisfaction. Some time after starting the
machine a piece of the movable jaw, about 2016.

Also Manufacturers of all othor descrip-
weight, chilled cast iron, broke off, and was crushed in

tions of
the jaws of the Machine to the size fixed for crushing Leather, Fire Engine Hose, Bands, &c.



the emery.

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the outlay too much for so simple an article, but now
think it money well spent. WILLIAM Huxt."

"Welsh Gold Mining Company, Dolgelly.- The Stone
Breaker does ite work admirably, crushing the
bardest stones and quartz.

“ Our 15in. by 7in, machine has broken four tons of
hard whinstone in twenty minutes, for fine road metal,
free from dust. MESSRS. ORD & MADDISON,

Stone and Lime Merchants, Darlington."
Kirkless Hall, near Wigan.- Each of my machines
breaks from 100 to 120 tons of limestone or oro por
dav lichiurs) at a saving of 4d. per ton.

"Ovoca, Ireland.-My crusher does its work most
satisfactorily. It will break ten tons of the hardest
copper ore stone per hour. WM. G. ROBERTS."

"General Fremont's Mines, California.-The 15in. by
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

'SILAS WILLIAMS For Circulars and Testimonials, apply to

Material, and Workmanship, fitted with Pumps and Governors
-H.P., £10 10s.; 27-H.P., £15 15.; 3-H.P., £29; 4-HP., £30-LAXE
and Co., Cranbrook-place, Old Ford-road, near Canal Bridge B7


Caused by

May be Secured

To tho


W. J.VIAN, Secretary:

A5 BROTHERS (Successors to Samuel Cocker and Son),



In long lengths, from 10fb. to 401b. pieces, without welding, and en-
pable of bearing as high a breaking strain as any in the market. Each
piece warranted to twist round its own diameter.

Three First-Class PRIZE MEDALS were awarded to SAMUEL COCKER and SON, Sheffield, at the Great Exhibition of Industry, London, 1851.

First-class PRIZE MEDAL was awarded to COCKER BROTHERS at the Universal Exhibition of Industry, Paris, 1855, and MEDAL of HONOUR awarded to COCKER BROTHERS, by the Society of Arts and Industry, London, 1856.

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The above Lubricators grease every particle of steam previous to IMPROVED DONKEY PUMPS, INJECTORS, SAFETY VALVES, STOP passing through the valves into the cylinder. VALVES, AND BOILER MOUNTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.

NEILSON'S LATHES Special attention is called to their Improved Donkey Pumps or Injectors, which are

ARE THE CHEAPEST AND BEST, the best Boiler Feeders yet brought before users of Steam Power. For Boilers sup- With Planed Iron Beds, Standards, Turned Flywheel, 'Hand Rest, plying Steam to Apparatus other than a Steam Engine they are indispensable, and are

Chucks, Crank, Treadle, &c., complete, 3in., 4in., Sin., and Gin. centres

Illustrated Lists, two stamps. rapidly supplanting the use of the Feed Pump on the Engine. They are also used for T. and R. NEILSON, ENGINEERS, &c., a great variety of other purposes. They are produced at a price which defies competi 27, NORTHAMPTON-SQUARE, E.C., AND 232, STRAND. tion, and enables them to be supplied to those countries where a heavy duty has to be N.B.-Amateurs supplied with Lathe Castings, Materials, and paid in addition to the cost of carriage. They are used by all the Leading Firms of Instructions for fitting up. Engineers at Home and Abroad. A Stock of One Hundred always on hand, from which orders can be executed without delay.



Those marked * are Double Acting.

Gallons Thrown per
Diameter. Stroke.

Tanned Leather Driving Straps

for Machinery.

Price Lists sent free by Post.



These springs are no longer an ex

periment, and are more elastic, At the Great Triennial Trials of the ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY of ENGLAND, held at

durable, and economical than any Bury St. Edmunds, July, 1867, received the following Awards :

others, possessing the advantage of

being suitable for either hot or cold For Single Cylinder Portable Steam Engine,


climates, and without liability to For Double Cylinder Portable Steam Engine,


breakage; and are in use on the

Great Western, London and South For Horizontal Cylinder Fixed Engine,

THE FIRST PRIZE OF £20. ATJREST-Fig. 1. Western, Metropolitan, Hoylake,

Great Southern, Great Southern For Double Blast Finishing Thrashing Machine,


and Western, Delhi and other lines

of Railway at home and abroad. Also the Society's Silver Medal for Adjusting Blocks for Muühines.

They are also in use for Mining

Cages. Sections and models of the The duty performed by all C., S., and Co's Engines on this occasion considerably exceeded that of any others. C., 8., and Co. refe

above, and other railway and mewith pleasure to the fact that the duty of their “Commercial," or Single Valve Engine, at Chester, so long ago as 1858, was not equalled by

chanical appliances, and also

COMPRESSED IN various applications of the junction any " or dinary" Engine at Bury.

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

the Offices of


Great Queen-st., Westminster,
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