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metal. As the level of the water can be seen through and heat to the converter, the said flue being placed over other rearward, forming a wedge-shaped space in which
piece. The details of the invention are voluminous.- forming either by themselves or with the dividing agent as described. Third, the puddling of cast iron, and proPatent abandoned.
a paste that is comparatively impervious to the solution or ducing cast steel therefrom in a crucible placed in the said 1061 H. Hughes, Bristol, and C. JONES, Wolverhampton liquid it is desired to filter.-Patent completed.
improved furnace, and surrounded by fire, substantially as Locks and keys. Dated March 27, 1868.
described. ---Patent completed.
1071 H. ARMSTRONG, Tow Law, Durham, Manufacture This invention will probably be described in a future of steel, &c. Dated March 29, 1868.
1079 J. F. HADLAND, Birmingham. Metal lies. (A comnumber.
Here the inventor propones decarbonizing the crude munication.) Dated March 29, 1868. 1062 J.G, FILDES, Elton Bury, Lancashire. Support for iron by means of oxygen being blown through it while in This invention consists, chiefly, in constructing these conveying ladles containing molten metal. Dated March 27,
a molten state; then he transfers the decarbonized iron, bale ties (or the portion thereof which encircles the bale) 1868.
in a cooled or molten state, into a furnace on the Siemens' of wire instead of hoop iron, rope, or other materials This invention consists in mounting for supporting the or any other principle or construction, heated up to a ordinarily employed for like purposes, and also in the ladle in a frame or hoop, from the back of which a pair of high heat, to mix with as much crude, carbonaceous, or combination with suitable portions of lengths of wire of a handles may project, and the front of such frame is carboniferous iron as the hardness of the metallic sub peculiarly constructed coupling device, whereby the two extended forwards in the form of a short shaft, which stance to be produced may require, allowing a sufficient ends of the tie are secured when passed around the bale. enters a bearing or bush in which it can turn or oscillate time for uniformity of construction to take place; it is --Patent abandoned. freely, the said bearing being mounted on the axle of a then run into moulds, as may be required. -Patent aban
1080 F. WORTH, Frankfort-on-the-Maine. Apparates pair of wheel legs or supports being placed beneath the doned.
for stopping or retarding the progress of railway trains. (A frame at the handle end, the whole forming a portable barrow wherein to move the molten metal from place to washing, bleaching, dyeing, and scouring hanks and cops of
1072 0. ORMROD, Eagley, Lancashire. Machinery for communication.) Dated March 29, 1868.
The object of this invention is to provide a strong brake place, the tilting or upturning of the ladle being effected yarns and thread, dic. Dated March 29, 1868..
for railway trains, and at the same time to economize the by means of a handle acting upon the shaft of the frame
This invention consists in placing the hanks, cops, and power which is lost by the working of ordinary brakes, when the metal is required to be run from the ladle.—other articles on large wheels having revolving or vibra- | The medium through which this is done is the steain, and Patent abandoned.
ting motion imparted to them in any desired manner, the object is attained chiefly by the change of the steam 1063 T. C. CURRIE, Kensington. Preservation of milk. The shafts of the large wheels are adapted to bearings ports. In braking, the steam passes into the cylinder Dated March 27, 1868.
on the various cisterns containing the bleaching, dyeing, through the channels through which the steam is disThe inventor Arst boils the milk in a vessel, preferably and other required liquors, and the wheels with the charged if the engine is working, and vice versa, while the made of tla, enclosed in another vessel containing water.
articles are caused to revolve or vibrate, or partly revolve steam distributor stops in the direction of the train. It During the boiling of the milk he adds a quantity of and vibrate, in the liquors, the wheel being removed is preferred that the regulator should be placed in tha magnesia in the proportion of about one quarter of a grain from one cistern to another as required; or the wheel smoke-box, and be provided with a segment valve.- Patent to the gallon. When sufficiently boiled, the milk is at may remain in one cistern and the liquors changed.--completed. once put into cans, which are then hermetically sealed, Patent completed.
1081 J. M. DAY, Trinity-square, Southwark. Decorticat-Patent abandoned.
1073 C. F. CLAUS, Middlesboroʻ-on-Tees. Manufacture ing seeds, &c. Dated March 29, 1868.
Here the inventor proposes to erect a table on standards 1064 H. G. Warren and S. STUCKEY, Deptford, and p. of iron. Dated March 29, 1868.
The object here is to manufacture a crude or pig iron which contain a horizontal stone wheel set on a vertical PROUD, Greenwich, Kent. Revolving iron shutters. Dated
of superior quality from ores containing phosphorous and shaft, and operated by a treadle and bevil-toothed gearing, March 27, 1868.
or by a crank handle or steam power. The upper surface These shutters are constructed of a series of hinged sulphur, such, for instance as the oolithic
The details of the invention are too volu- of this wheel is grooved or channelled to a slight depth in joints of the required shape and size, through which are minous to be produced here. -Patent abandoned.
the form of a star, that is to say, with radii tapering in passed rods or pipes which fit in the holes of the said joints and are riveted or otherwise fastened at their 1074 C. F. CLAUS, Middlesborough-on-Tees. Manufac- width from the centre to the periphery of the stone, which extremities. The said joints are curved or rounded at ture of malleable iron. Dated March 29, 1868.
must be set in a perfectly horizontal plane, and made to each end, the curve being struck from the centre of the The details of this invention are too voluminous to rotate without altering the position of such plane. The hole, or from any other suitable point, and the joints are admit of our quoting them here.--Patent abandoned. table carries four uprights connected by crossbars, from
which four screws descend to an iron plate or disc, the kept in position laterally by tubes, pipes, or ferrules placed 1075 B. MITFORD, Cheltenham. Apparatus for commuover the said rods or pipes, and so fitted between the nicating with deaf and dumb persons. Dated March 29, 1868, disc or sheet of vulcanized india-rubber about 5-8in. thick
under surface of which is provided with a corresponding joints as to have the appearance of continuous bars throughout the breadth of the shutter. Studs or other of a hollow case of any convenient form and size, made fixed position above the stone, exactly parallel thereto and
This apparatus consists of a hand telegraph composed attached to the iron plate, both being thereby secured in a suitable contrivances, which are riveted, screwed, or of wood or other suitable light material, and provided nearly in contact, the elevation of the india-rubber being otherwise fastened into the joints at each side of the with a handle, whereby it may be easily held in the hand regulated by the screws. A hopper is fixed at the top of shutter, slide in a groove or grooves, and keep the sbutter of the user. On that side of the said case which is intended the machine by which the seeds or nuts are fed to the dein position, both horizontally and vertically. If desired, to face the user, there are contained the letters of the corticating wheels, and the revolution of the stone wheel the shutter may be constructed without the said studs. alphabet, numerals, or other signs useful in personal in conjunction with the fixed disc of india-rubber will be Iron, steel, or other suitable material may be screwed, intercourse, and upon the opposite side of that which found effectual in removing the husks or shells without riveted, or otherwise fastened to the said joints to give faces the person communicated with there is provided an in any way breaking the seeds or nuts. The pressure of to the shutter the appearance of one continuous sheet of
aperture which may be protected by glass. In the interior the india-rubber is sufficient to afford the necessary friction metal or other material.- Patent completed.
of the hollow case are disposed a number of sliding to the seeds or nuts for removing the husks or shells, and 1065 J. MACINTOSH, Regent's Park, and W. BOGGETT, wires, worked by buttons, which traverse along slots avoiding injury to the contents, the pressure to which they Chelsea, London. Boots and shoes. Dated March 27, 1868, disposed each immediately above a different letter or
are subjected being constantly limited by the distance of This invention consists in inserting springs into the sign. The upper end of each of these sliding spindles the india-rubber from the decorticating stone. -Patent front of boots and shoes, so that the springs shall not be carries the corresponding letter or sign to that marked on abandoned. exposed, and be protected from abrasion. -Patent com the case opposite to the particular button, and when any pleted. slide or button is pushed along the slot, the corresponding blast or heated air for evaporating salt, brine, &c.
1082 A. B. WALKER, Warrington. Application of hot
Dated letter or sign will be presented at the glazed aperture on 1066 C. JOYNER, Birmingham. Water slide gaseliers. the opposite side of the case.—Patent completed.
March 30, 1868. Dated March 27, 1868.
This invention comprises miny features, and cannot be This invention consists, first, in adding to the top of
1076 J. H. JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Manufacture quoted here at sufficient length for an intelligible abstract. the sliding tube of the gaselier a glass vessel open at of cust steel and malleable iron from cast iron. (A communi -Patent completed. bottom and top, and joined watertight at its bottom to cation.) Dated March 29, 1868.
According to this invention a furnace of any convenient Mechanism for taking up the recoil of heavy ordnance. Dated
1083 C. S. Tyson, Prince George, Maryland, U.S.A. the expanded top of the sliding tube. The said vessel is Aitted to the expanded top of the tubo by the edge of size and form is employed, provided with a blast pipe, on
March 30, 1863. the latter being burnished over a flange at the base of the top of which furnace is placed a converter constructed
The nature of this invention consists in taking up the other soft material being placed between the glass and of strength. A circular cast-iron flue conveys the flame recolle of the gun by means of springs running back
between bars or other surfaces inclining towards each the glass vessel, it is known by simple inspection of the the aperture of the furpace when required for use, and
the springs move, so that the recoil force will encounter gaselier when it requires water. The invention consists, removed again when not wanted. A flap door or false
a regularly increasing resistance as the carriage runs back. second, in fixing a shoulder at the bottom of the fixed bottom is hinged to the bottom of the converter, and
-Patent completed. tube of the gaselier, and forming a shoulder at the top when this door is opened the interior of the converter is of the sliding tube. Should the chain of one of the
in immediate contact with the flame from the furnace, 1084 J. WALKER and J. WHARRIE, Glasgow. Apparatus balance weights break, the sliding part of the gaselier which is carried up through the circular removable flue for the manufacture of cast-iron pipes, &c. Dated March 30, cannot pass from off the fixed tube.-Patent abandoned.
formed at or near the bottom of the converter, and upon This invention relates to the manufacture of cast-iron 1067 J. C. COOMBE, Holloway, and J. POOLE. Chelsea, the top of the converter there is fitted, by hinges or other pipes and similar articles, and comprises arrangements London. Coating iron, &c. Dated March 27, 1868. wise, a cap or hood of a circular form at the base, and of admitting of dry sand being used as the coating material
This invention consists in coating the said surfaces the same internal diameter as that of the converter, but for the cores, instead of the comparatively expensive loam while hot or heated with a solution of copal, or any tapers towards the mouth, wbich is curved to one side, and haybands generally employed. The invention also resinous gum insoluble in water and spirits of wine. The and is in connection with a chimney shaft. In converting comprises improved apparatus for shaping the surfaces of said solution thus applied is intended to be used as a cast iron into cast steel by the aid of this apparatus, curled the mould and core at the faucet when the pipe is to be priming before painting.-Patent abandoned.
sheet iron is placed in the converter, which is open at the cast with the faucet downwards.-Patent completed. 1068 W. J. Adpis, Tanna, Bombay, India. Permanent top, but is provided with a perforated bottom for the
1085 J. JORDAN, Liverpool. Construction of firebars for way of railways. Dated March 27, 1868.
passage of the flame. The hood is then applied and conThis invention relates to improved arrangements and nected with the chimney, and the movable fue adjusted in furnaces. Dated March 30, 1868.
The patentee claims the construction of frebars with & combinations of parts whereby the ofices of sleepers and its place. Fire is then raised in the furnace beneath until
series of steps graduating downwards from the front Ashplates are combined, and those of spikes, trenails, and chairs are dispensed with. For this purpose the
white heat, and so maintained till complete oxidation towards the bridge, and having air spaces in the vertical patentee employs sleepers formed of plates bolted or has taken place. The circular flue is then removed, the
faces or " rises" thereof, the horizontal faces being either otherwise fastened together, such sleepers being of the door or flap is closed against the bottom of the converter, substantially as described. — Patent completed.
solid or perforated, and either flat, carved, or angulated, sectional form of a triangle (or approaching thereto), the
and the top or hood is turned over, A sufficient quantity sides of which he prefers to form hollow or concave. The
of molten cast iron is then poured into the converter to 1086 W. AUSTIN, Greville-street, Hatton-garden, London. rails (which may be either single or double headed), are
unite with the oxide of iron, the sheet iron curlings expos- Improvements in the composition, boces, and surfaces for ca Axed to the sleepers by means of bolts passing there ing a large surface of oxide of iron to contact with the taining instantaneous light from chemically prepared matches. through, and through jaws formed at the junction of the cast iron, the particles of each uniting closely, and causing Dated March 31, 1868. plates, such jaws being of a suitable shape to embrace rapid combustion throughout the mass, which increases The patentee claims, first, the manufacture of matchthe sides or web of the rail. The sleepers he prefers to
the temperature to such a degree as to cause the conver- igniting chemicals and ingredients with anti-hydro matter, form in lengths of 3ft. fixed at 6ft. distances from centre
sion to be completed whilst the metal is in a fluid state. so as to render the same and the igniting surfaces and to centre, but he does not confine himself thereto, and Patent abandoned.
matches prepared therewith wet and damp-proof. Second, he places the sleepers in pairs opposite each other, and
1077 J. H. JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Treatment of the manufacture of friction-igniting chemicals and ingreemploys tie rods or bars passing through and fixed to cork. (A communication.) Dated March 29, 1868. dients for safety matches, and their igniting surfaces, opposite sleepers to maintain the gauge of way.- Patent The patentee claims, first, the new product or manufac- with the anti-hydro matter or compound, and applying completed.
ture consisting of cork, charred or roasted, and granulated the same directly to or upon the natural surface of the 1069 W.E. GEDGE, Wellington-street, Strand. Appara- the peculiar composition, consisting of charred or roasted metal, stone, china, earthenware, or other similar mate
in the manner and for the purposes described. Second, material of boxes, match containers, or match igniters of tus for moistening postage and other stamps. (A communica- cork and caoutchouc or gutta-percha, or both, with or with- rials. Third, the manufacture of match-igniting chemicals tion.) Dated March 27, 1868. This invention is not described apart from the drawings. scribed. The new product may be used, first, either alone or pleted.
out the addition of sulphur, as and for the purposes de- with the anti-hydro matter or compound.-Patent com-Patent completed.
combined with curled hair for stuffing cushions, &c.; and, 1087 F. TAYLOR, Carey-street, Chancery-lane, London. 1070 W. R. LAKE, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- second, when mixed with caoutchouc, for soles for boots Fittings of railway carriages. Dated March 31, 1868. lane. Filters. (A communication.) Dated March 27, or shoes.--Patent completed.
In railway carriages, as at present fitted, there is danger 1868.
1078 J. H. JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Manufacture to the passenger sitting next the doors that, in closing the The object of this invention is to utilize for filtering of cast steel. (A communication.) Dated March 29, 1868. doors, their fingers may be crushed. To avoid this danger, purposes the bone dust that has hitherto been of but The patentee claims, first, the combination in metal- and to assist passengers in entering and leaving the carlittle value, and this object is accomplished by mixing lurgical furnaces of two fire chambers, separated by a fire- riage, the patentee applies an upright rail on either side the bone dust with fine anthracite coal, or other similar bridge, the one chamber being intended for the reception of each door. Ho prefers that this rail should be of substance or material that is insoluble in the liquid to be of a crucible, and the other constituting a reverberatory polished wood, and he prefers to fix it in its place by filtered, and remains unaffected der the conditions of fire chamber, both such chambers being in connection means of two metal sockets, one near the top and the heating, washing, and steaming to which it may be sub with the crucible, and working together, substantially in other near the bottom of the rail. The sockot in each jected, except when thereby brought into a condition more the manner and for the purpose described. Second, the case is formed at the end of an arm about 2in. long springfavourable for the intended purpose, and which will hold process of smelting and refining metals by the employ-ing from an ornamental tablet which is fixed. -Patent the particles of the bone dust apart and prevent their ment of a large crucible provided with a discharge hole, completed.
1088 W. ALLEN, Manchester. Diminishing ralves and stitching or ornamenting the edges of button noles, and from which branches a certain number of tubes to consteam traps for steam pipes, &c. Dated March 31, 1868. other edges of fabrics, and for producing what is known duct the air to any place where it is to be utilized. Se
This improved diminishing or reducing valve consists as the " lock stitch" for ordinary sewing machine work, cond, the employment of a section of a conical and of a suitable case in which are openings for a plunger and the said mechanism being either so combined in one curvilinear form for the air chamber in which the vanes a valve, both of which are fixed to a spindle; the valve machine as to enable it to perform each description of rotate, this chamber communicating with the air chamber has V-shaped guides, between which the high-pressure work at the will of the operator by very simplo adjust- or receptacle by a narrow annular opening. Third, the steam escapes to the off-pipe, and the spindle is acted upon ments, or the two arrangements of mechanical parts may employment of brushes of any kind as a substitute for the by a lever and adjustable weight, by which the pressure in be used in separate or independent machines.--Patent vanes or pallets of fans, and for giving to the air the the off-pipe can be regulated; or the plunger may be dis- completed.
required velocity. Fourth, the particular arrangements pensed with and the spindle carried through the bottom of the valve, and provided with a spiral spring of sufficient for ships, &c. Dated April 1, 1868.
1097 T. COULDREY, jun., Kirkdale, Lancaster. Pumps shown for mounting the said brushes on the axes of the
fans. The object of these brushes is to dispense with the force to close the valve when the steam is at the required pressure in the off-pipe.
This inventiou consists in constructing pump buckets usual humming or noise, and to obtain a complete hertraps consist in making the float with a taper plug, which forined of leather, vulcanized india-rubber, or other suit- apparatus. All these arrangements combined allow of a
The improvements in steam and valves by having a flexible horizontal disc or piston meticity, which augments the useful effect of such Ats into the end of the outlet pipe when the float rises. | able flexible substance, fully as large as the bore of the velocity of 3,500 to 4,000 revolutions being given to the thereby shutting off the escape of water; also in the ap- pump barrel or cylinder in which it is intended to work.
apparatus, without producing any wearing of the parts, plication of a weighted lever and spring to the air valve in the lid of the steam trap to hold the air valve open till secured, one half above and the other half below the flexible A rigid disc cut through and divided at its diameter is and at the expenditure of very little motive power.-Patent
completed. the air has escaped; the pressure of steam closes the valve again when it enters the steam trap.-Patent aban
or piston disc, and at right angles to and across the latter, 1105 J. Norris and T. QUARM, Bloomsbury. Cooking
the upper and lower portions being fixed together by apparatus. Dated April 1, 1868. doned.
rivets or otherwise. Or, instead of this rigid disc arrange This invention relates to improvements in cooking 1089 J. SINCLAIR, Sterling, N.B. Screw propellers. Dated ment, frames or portions of discs may be used, as illus- apparatus of the character described in the specifications March 31, 1868.
trated in the drawings. The flexible disc or piston is of the letters patents granted to R. B. Jones, dated This invention relates to the application in the construc- fitted with two plates, which the patentee terms clack respectively February 23, 1856 (No. 467), and October 28, tion of screw propellers of an improved configuration com- plates, placed underneath and riveted to it, one plate 1863 (No. 2672), and the invention has for its object bined with certain proportions, whereby an increased pro- being on the one side, and the other on the opposite side improved arrangements and combinations of parts pelling effect may be obtained and it consists in shaping of the lower half of the vertical metal disc (or substan. whereby the heat is more effectively utilized, greater each blade with a varying pitch or inclination which in- tial frame.). These plates are formed with bracket pieces facility being afforded for varying the number of cooking creases from the forward edge towards the middle, and on their under side, the inner ends of which bear or abutoperations carried on, with additional convenience for decreases from the middle to the after edge. This con- against the sides of the vertical disc or substantial frame. packing up the parts more compactly together.-Patent figuration consists of a greater ayerage pitch, and of a -Patent completed.
completed. larger area or size of blade than ordinary, being advan 1098 H, H. DOTY, Bury-street, S.W., and G. GRAVELEY, tageously used, and the patentee prefers to adopt these Bow, London. Apparatus for producing the more complele Flooring, sash, and bench crainps. Dated April 1, 1868.
1106 J. WALKER and J. CANDLIN, Wolverhampton. proportions.-Patent completed. combustion of gas, dc. Dated April 1, 1868.
This invention consists of improved methods of con1090 M. HAWTHORNWAITE and T. ABBOTT, Lancaster, projecting both towards the centre and periphery of the
This invention consists, chiefly, in applying flanges structing flooring, sash, and bench cramps, so as to obtain Taps, &c. Dated March 31, 1868.
a ready and effectual means of securing the cramp, and The essential feature of this invention is the application lamp at a convenient point above the flame, in such also of obtaining the forward or forcing movement reof two circular discs or facings of metal, leather, wood,
manner that a current of air is injected into the said quisite in such kinds of tools. ---Patent abandoned. steatite, ebonite, vulcanite, glass, bone, ivory, porcelain, fame, thereby obtaining a most brilliant light, and ensur
1107 J. KYNOCH and W. WHITEHILL, Birmingham. earthenware, soapstone, gutta-percha, or other suitable ing the more complete combustion of the carbon-Patent
Cartridges. Dated April 1, 1868. material having a corresponding curved slot-hole in each completed.
The object of this invention is to simplify the construcfor the water way.- Patent completed.
1099 A. SCATCHARD, Cambridge-road, Mile End, London. tion of metallic cartridges. To this end the patentees 1091 H, P. WOODCOCK, Low Moor, York. Metal for axles, Apparatus used in the manufacture of aerated bread. Dated
form a metal cup in the ordinary way, and draw it down shafts, rais, &c. Dated March 31, 1868. April 1, 1868.
to the required length, and of the proper diameter to form This invention relates to the manufacture of metal
The patentee claims the combining the dough cock of the cartridge case. In this process of drawing they leave especially suited for axles, shafts, rails, tyers, and other cock rotates or moves in delivering measured portions of from the base upwards, of a greater thickness than the
aerated bread machinery with apparatus which, as the the metal forming the base, and a short length of the case purposes where hardness and malleability are required, and consists in the employment of steel bars with the iron in dough automatically, brings up tins or vessels to receive
remainder of the case.- Patent completed.
He also claims the the puddling furnace, such steel bars being cut into pieces of such measured portions, as described.
1108 W.CLISSOLD, Dudbridge Works, near Stroud. Belt suitable lengths, and added to the iron in certain propor: general arrangement of apparatus used in the manufacturo tions, according to the purpose and degree of hardness and of aerated bread, substantially as described.-Patent com- fastenings. Dated April 1, 1868. malleability required.-Patent abandoned. pleted.
This fastening, under its various modifications, may be
described as consisting of clamping plates, which, when 1092 3. LENT, Berlin, Prussia. Electric telegraph. Dated, apparatus employed in transmitting motive power for signanting, applied to the ends of ten band, with ripotihenends farmly
&c. Dated April 1, 1868. The construction and arrangement of this improved ex
This invention relates to apparatus constructed with
-Patent completed. press telegraph consists of three keyboards to one appa-collapsible sided close metallic air vessels or chambers,
1109 R. J. MORISON, Great St. Helen's, Bishopsgateratus, in connection with a round disc of ivory, and the similar to those described in the specification of a patent
street. Cotton gins. (A communication) Dated April 1, path of the rotating spring contacts called the "sled.” The granted to the present inventors, August 29, 1867 (No. 2468),
1868. ivory disc has one group of contact points and two groups and consists, first, in employing between the compressing
These improvements have for their object the more perof contact surfaces arranged in three concentric circles, air chamber and the several tubes leading from the com
fect separation of the seed and motes from the cotton or which groups are equal one to another, each filling up a
lint than herefore, the prevention of napping, and a partial third of a circle, and each group of contact points or eur-struction, containing a series of valves corresponding to carding of the cotton. The arrangements and applica
The details of this
tions which the patentee makes enable him to prevent invention are voluminous.--Patent abandoned.
nected with the valve box, and the valves are so arranged combustion of the cotton and of the gin, which often 1093 L. F. P. RIVIERE, Mark-lane, London. Velocipedes that each is capable of opening or closing communication
takes place through the heating of the journals in other Dated March 31, 1868.
between the tube in connection with it and an air chamber gins. -Patent completed. Here the axle of the front wheel is fixed to and rotates in the valve box, which is at all times in communication 1110 W. R. LÅKE, Southampton-buildings, Chancery. with the wheel itself, and passes through bearings formed with the compressing air vessel. When the communica- lane. Machinery for manufacturing horse-shoe nails. (A in the vertical steering fork of the vehicle, and each end tion is open by means of the valve, the external atmo communication.) Dated April 1, 1863. of the axle is provided with a crank having a balanced sphere is cut off from the compressing air vessel and tube, This invention relates to that class of nail machines in footplate, so that the rider may give motion to the machine but when that communication is closed, the tube is open which the nail is formed by means of spring hammers, through the cranked axle which actuates the front wheel, through the valve to the atmosphere, and the equilibrium and consists, first, in so arranging the hammers together instead of pressing his feet against the ground, as in the old is restored so as to allow the index or shutter to return to in pairs that one hammer of a pair will operate the other, arrangement.--Patent abandoned.
its place. Second, in employing in the compressing air and regulate its motions and throw, in order that both
vessel a relier valve in such manner that, after a tube has 1094 J. H. WESTON, Kennington-road, Surrey. Apparatus been used to give a signal, and its communication with
may strike the nail rod at the same instant. The invenfor lighting and ventilating the interior of buildings. Dated
tion also consists, partly, in vibrating one pair of the March 31, 1868. the compressing air vessel has been cut off, the consequent hammers (previous to cutting off the nail) to one side and
away from the central position wbich they occupy when ceiling of the building or area to be lighted, of suitable prises various other features.—Patent abandoned. Here the inventor makes an opening or openings in the deficiency of air in the latter will be restored from the
The invention com- operating upon the nail rod, for the purpose of allowing diameter, in which he introduces a cone or cones formed
the cutters to be brought into the required position to do of lattice work, or otherwise perforated and ornamented to 1101 W.A. W. SLEIGH, Bayswater, and A.PYE, Howard their work. The invention also consists in so constructing
the machine that the number of blows to which the nail suit the design of the ceiling, by which means the open street, Strand. Apparatus for protecting trousers from mud. ing is in a great measure concealed from view, and at the (A communication.) Dated April 1, 1868.
is subjected while being formed may be varied and same time serves as an outlet for the heated air which This invention consists of an appliance to be fitted to regulated as desired. The invention also consists in cerpasses out through the perforations in the cone, and is con- the heel of the boot or shoe. This appliance is composed tain other details which we cannot give space to here.veyed away in any suitable manner. From this cone he of two curved plates, the back ends of which are pivoted
Patent completed. suspends a gaselier at one or more points, consisting of a together and slightly overlap each other. The innercurve 1111 J.H. DUFORT and D. GAUCE, Paris. Sering machines. pendant tube, at the lower end of which is arranged a of the two plates corresponds with the curve or round of Dated April 1, 1868. number of horizontal gas tubes, the lines of which form a the heel, which they embrace at its connection with the This invention consists in the combination of certain floral or other design, by preference around an oval or
upper. The front ends of the plates are connected to mechanical means wherehy leather and other gloves may other shaped ring or centre, the whole being suspended at gether by a cord or strip of elastic material which ca ases be expeditiously put together in the machine and sewn. such a distance from the ceiling as will give a minimum of them to grasp the heel tightly. This cord, and one or The patentees use an ordinary needle with a single point shadow, according to the nature of the ornaments thereon, more pins or spikes on the plates passed into the back of and eye near the head, in which the thread is passed and the purpose being to illuminate the ceiling as much as the heel, secure the appliance to the boot or shoe.-Patent held by a slip knot. In order to put together and hold possible. At the salient points of the gaselier which, as abandoned.
the parts of a glove in place, they use a comb similar above described, are formed of horisontal tubes, he also 1102 W. SMITH, Glasgow. Manufacture of pig iron. to those generally employed in glove sewing.-Patent complaces horizontal burners, preferably of spray form, for the Dated April 1, 1868.
pleted purpose of illuminating the apartment, and also makes a This invention, which relates to the reduction of cer 1112 J. SAXBY, Kilburn, London. Apparatus for actuaseries of perforations along the sides of the tubes, forming tain ores, and more especially that class known as the ting, locking, and regulating railway switches, points, and signals. horizontal gas jets, which serve to display the design of * mussel band " ore, consists as follows:-The raw ore or Dated April 2, 1868. the gaselier when lighted.-Patent abandoned.
mine is charged into the blast furnace in combination We cannot here give space to the details of this inven1095 H. BESSEMER, Cannon-street, London. Manufacture with the oleaginous hydrocarbon and carbonaceous ma tion-Patent abandoned. of malleable iron and steel. Dated March 31, 1868. terials attached to it, in place of being calcined, as is the
1113 E. LEAHY, Cardington-street, Euston-square, LonOne important object sought to be accomplished by case with other ores at present used, and by the addition
don. Mocable railway for ordinary carriages. Dated March 2, means of the present invention is a more ready and less of limestono ag a flux the reduction of the “ mussel band
1868. expensive means of fusing decarbonized or partially de- and similar ores in the blast furnace is economically Here the movable rails revolve around the wheels on carbonized iron, or malleable iron or steel, by means of the effected, in place of being refuse, as hitherto; at the same
each side of the carriage, without, however, any contact combustion of solid, gascous, or liquid fuel, in such time, considerably less coal or coke is requisite for being with the wheels, except whilst being rolled over. The manner that the heat generated by their combustion shall burnt in the furuace, as the oleaginous and carbonaceous rails consist of a series of short bars united at the euds be applied in numerous powerful jets or streams, as from matter gives out when so burnt a considerable amount of by joints like the toos of a human foot. On each side a number of blow pipes, such jets or streams of fire or heat.--Patent abandoned.
of the carriage the series of movable rails are united gaseous or fluid combustible matter, in combination with 1103 L. APPLETON, Regent's Park. Method for calculating by a band or bands of elastic maierial, of steel, or other atmospheric air, being forced or driven in, between, or interest, &c. Dated April 1, 1868.
substance, forming a ring of larger diameter than the among the solid pieces of metal to be fused, and into and This invention consists of an arrangement of certain wheels, enabling the latter to roll over the rails without among the particles of fluid metal derived from their figures representing ascertained amounts of money on a coming in contact with the ring of larger diameter in fusion, and into and among the particles of any fluid series of graduated revolving circles. These amounts are any other part than that on which the wheels roll. The carburet of iron that may be added to the charge of malle- arranged in such manner that, by placing them in a elastic bands serve to keep the rails in position, and able metal for the purpose of facilitating its fusion, or add. tabular form (by moving the circles required) any sum in to ease the movement of the carriage wheels over the ing the necessary quantity of carbon thereto. The details interest of any amount can be ascertained at a glance with joints (rails). The rails may be made of iron, steel, or of the invention are voluminous.-Patent completed. certainty.-Patent abandoned.
ether metal, or of wood, or of a combination of both
metal and wood.---Patent abandoned. 1096 J. H. JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn-fields, London. 1101 J. DAVIES, Sorle-sireet, Lincoln's Inn. Construction Sewing machines, (A communication). Dated March 31, of centrifuai rentilators or fans. (A communication.) Dated 1114 T. BAKER, Stratford, Esqex, Umbrellas, de. Dated 1868. April 1, 1868.
April 2, 1868. This invention relates to certain peculiar constructions, The patentee claims, first, the adaptation of centrifugal This invention consists in the application and use of arrangements, and combinations of mechanism for over fans or ventilators of a circnlar and annular air chamber, an additional stretchor to and with each rib of the um
brella, sunshade, or parasol. This stretcher is of a shorter upon it or by it to the pan, the said band so clipped or lane. Lamps or apparatus for lighting or illuminating. (4 length than the original stretcher heretofore, and also secured affording the means of connection by soldering or communication.) Dated April 3, 1868. now with this invention used.-Patent completed. otherwise fixing to the outer case.-Patent abandoned. This invention relates to the arrangement and construc
tion of lamps which resemble candles, the same being 1115 A. JACKSON and J. HARTLEY, Manchester. Braiding 1123 J. S. CROSSLAND, Manchester. Steam engines. Dated
made either in glass, opal, porcelain, copper, cast metal, machines. Dated April 2, 1868. April 3, 1868.
or other suitable material. This invention consists in improved mechanism for This invention is not described apart from the drawings. tails.-Patent abandoned.
We cannot here quote the degiving revolving motion to the carriers. Instead of ---Patent completed. employing a small centre wheel on the centre stud gearing
1135 T. ROWE, Old Ford, Bow, and S. SCOTT, Chelses, 1124 C. D. ABEL, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane, into intermediate, wheels, which gear into the driving London. Apparatus for refining camphor. (A communica- Manufacture of paper hongings. Dated April 3, 1868. marrier wheels, the patentees place loose on the centre stud a bevil wheel, into which is geared a bevil pinion
tion.). Dated April 3, 1868 Axed to the driving shaft of the machine, and below
This invention consists in refining camphor by a process incly-ground cork as a substitute for flock in the manufacof distillation, and by running the same while in a fluid
ture of flock-paper hangings, whereby a novel character of the bevil wheel is placed loose a large crown or centre
ornamental surface is produced.-Patent completed. state into moulde, instead of by the process of sublimation wheel, gearing into long pinions fixed on every other heretofore employod, whereby the cost of manufacture is 1136 H. C. BUTCHER, Wellington-street, Strand Tobacco carrier, which pinions gear into shorter pinions on the greatly reducod. ---Patent abandoned.
pipes. Dated April 4, 1868. other carriers, the long pinions being for the purpose of enabling the shorter pinions to gear with them, and
1125 J. WALLACE, Glasgow. Apparatus for digging pota- with a double bore, the two perforations running parallel
The inventor proposes to make the stem of the pipe yet be out of gear with the large crown wheel, so that toes. Dated April 3, 1868.
to each other; one of these perforations forms the ugual the carriers having the longer pinions shall turn in one This in vention consists in constructing apparatus with
passage for the smoke; the other is intended to contain a direction, and those with the shorter pinions in the grapes or rakes fixed to endless chains, and actuated from opposite direction, which enables the spindles to have the carrying wheels, so as to throw the potatoes in a back-needle, or thin rod of metal, or other suitable material, a steadier motion than before attained, and the loss of ward direction as the apparatus moves forward.—Patent probing the charge, and cleaning the smoke conduit of time which frequently occurs with the old machines completed.
the stem itself.-Patent abandoned. from the slipping of the driving carrier wheels, and 1126 J. M CULLOCH, Shawlands, Renfrew. Utilizing old
Blast consequent twisting of the head is altogether avoided.
1137 H. COCHRANE, Middlesborough-on-Tees. or waste tarpaulin in the manufacture of grease. Dated Patent completed.
furnaces. Dated April 4, 1868. April 3, 1868.
The patentee claims, first, the employment of lateral 1116 H. LAFONE and J. NICHOLAS, Liverpool. Furnaces
This invention is carried into effect by first boiling the charging hoppers or receptacles sunk into the tops of for burning petroleum, &c. Dated April 2, 1868.
tarpaolin in a strong solution of alkaline hydrate or car blast furnaces, and provided with doors to their lower This invention consists, essentially, in burning petro
bonate, whereby the tarry matter is removed from the apertures, and with covers to their upper openings, the leum and other liquid hydrocarbons and oils for genera canvas; second, in obtaining a product suitable for grease said doors to the lower apertures being held by catches, ting steam in steam boilers, and for heating purposes
and otherwise by evaporating the liquor to dryness, or generally, in a combustion chamber or so-called closed comparative dryness (after removing the cleansed canvas),
or equivalent appliances, actuated by means of levers
from the top of the furnaces, the whole operating subAreplace, whereinto air heated or at ordinary temperatures which may be used for making paper. Third, in adding stantially in manner and for the purposes set forth, s forced.-Patent completed.
any acid or oleaginous or fatty matter to modify the con- Second, arranging a number of such before described 1117 J. G. DALE and E. MILNER, Warrington. Melhod dition and quality of the grease obtained by evaporating hoppers round a central explosion valve, substantially as of producing white pigments from leads. Dated April 2, 1868. the liquor; and, fourth, in using a closed boiler revolving described. Third, he claims in combination the general This invention consists, first, in taking the oxides of
on a borizontal or inclined axis in the first process of boil-arrangement of apparatus for feeding blast furnaces lead, commonly known as litharge and massicot, and ing the tarpaulin-Patent abandoned.
described with reference to the drawings.-Patent comtreating them in a finely ground state, and under constant 1127 J. HARWOOD, Blackburn. Sewing machines. Dated pleted. agitation, with a solution of a chloride of the alkalies April 3, 1868.
1138 W. JOHNSON, Kensington, Machinery for compressing or alkaline earths. After one or two days' contact, the patentees obtain an exceedingly, white and floculent and arrangement of mechanism employed in machines for
This invention relates, first, to an improved construction and moulding coal, peat, clay, &c. Dated April 4, 1868.
This machinery is made of two double-acting steam
or hydraulic cylinders placed horizontally one over the soluble saline matter, is in a state to be used, as described embroidering, which the patentee effects by means of a
shaft attached to and worked by the cross arm actuating other, and communicating motion to each other alternately. in the third portion of the invention, which we cannot a second shaft placed under the stationary arm. On the The lower or compressing cylinder has attached to the devote space to here.-Patent completed.
hand of the last mentioned shaft is or are one or more pro- piston rod on either side a plunger, working accurately 1118 W. ROBERTSON, Glasgow. Apparatus for making jections or notches which enter or work in the teeth of a into a short mould or die, the upper part of which is mitre or other angular joints. (A communication) Dated star wheel on a cross shaft passing through the end of the made to open and shut by the action of the upper cylinder April 7, 1868.
arm in which the foot presser works, and on the said shaft for the reception of the material to be compressed, while This invention consists in the use of a pair of vertical are eccentrics for actuating the embroidering fingers. the outermost side of the mould is also a revolving guides, between which is placed a block capable of being Second, to an improved "tuck marker," which consists of shutter, which, forming one side of the mould when the moved vertically upwards and downwards therein. To a spiked wheel Axed on the end of a spindle passing material is being compressed, opens when this has been the block, knives or cutters are fixed and arranged at the throgh a boss on the foot presser, through which boss a set accomplished, and allows the compressed block to be angle required for cutting the pieces of timber, the pieces screw passes, so as to adjust and fix the tuck marker, discharged.-Patent abandoned. of timber to be so cut being placed on a support or gauge spindle, and wheel thereon to mark any desired width of at the lower part of the apparatus; a lever is placed at tuck. He thus dispenses with the cumbersome apparatus ing and preparing cotton, &c. Dated April 4, 1868.
1159 F. A. CALVERT, Manchester. Machinery for cleanthe back of the apparatus by which the block carrying hereto fore employed for this purpose. Third, to the con
This invention consists, first, in an improved apparatus the knives is lifted, and by depressing which the knives struction of a “trimmer," which consists of a groove cut
for feeding the fine comb or burr cylinder of machines for are lowered to cut the timber as required. ---Patent aban- in a strip of metal in which the braid is received, and an cleaning and preparing cotton and other fibrous substances doned.
adjusting slide and screw, so as to adjust the trimmer to Second, in an improved mode of lifting and stripping the 1119 J. NAPIER, Glasgow. Apparatus for steering ships any width of braid required.—Patent eompleted.
comb bars. Third, in an improved mode of applying reand vessels. Dated April 2, 1868.
1128 C. W. BALDWIN, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, volving combs to the fine combor burr cylinder. And, fourth, The patentee claims, first, the use of two rudders, one U.S.A. Instrument for measuring and registering the amount in the application of a grate having an intermittent oscillatattached to the forward and the other to the after side of of a powing liquid. Dated April 3, 1868.
ing motion to burring machines and other machines for the stern or rudder post. Second, the connecting these This invontion is not described apart from tho drawings. preparing and cleaning fibrous substances. The invenrudders by any suitable mechanical arrangement in such-Patent completed.
tion is not fully described apart from the drawings& manner that their spindles turn simultaneously in the
Patent completed. same direction through equal or unequal angles.-Patent Bonnet shapes. Dated April 3, 1868.. 1129 A. MARTIN, Middlesex-street, Cloth-fair, Middlesex.
1140 T. FAUCHEUX, Caversham-road, Middlesex. Con. completed.
This invention consists in the employment of figured struction of axles of the wheels of railway rolling stock, and 1120 W. E. BOARDMAN, Chancery-lane, London. Steam muslin, cotton, lace, or other open figured cotton fabric in
other vehicles, and other axles and driving shafts. Dated and water packing for use in packing stuffing bores of steam the manufacture or ornament of sa bonnet April 4, 1868. engines. (A communication.) Dated April 2, 1868. shapes or foundation, in lieu of the net or buckram now
This invention consists in the construction of arles This invention consists in the combination of paper used.-Patent abandoned.
and shafts by the combination of several pieces of iron, pulp, or other like substance, with cloth loosely woven
steel, or other suitable metal, and is based on the prinlike burlaps, or with manilla or hemp, or caoutchouc and Manufacture of cast steel and malleable iron. (A communica- each separate piece, although grouped together to obtain
1130 J. H. JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn-fields, London ciple of obtaining the maximum tension or resistance of other substance answering the like purpose, and with tion.) Dated April 3, 1868. soapstone or plumbago, or sulphate of zinc, or other like
the required form. These pieces vary in form and com
This invention relates to a peculiar process for manufac-bination.-Patent abandoned. mineral substance, and with tallow, or other like oleaginous substance, or with any one or more of the above-turing cast steel and malleable iron direct from cast iron, and to certain peculiar constructions and arrangements of
1141 A. and H. ILLINGWORTH, Bradford, Yorkshire. mentioned substances.-Patent completed.
apparatus to be employed for that purpose. The peculiar Apparatus employed in folding worsed or other yarns. Dated 1121 J. and T. WALMSLEY, Little Harwood, Lancaster. process whereby cast iron is converted into cast steel or April 4, 1868.
The object of these improvements is to secure & more Apparatus to be employed for warping and beaming yarns malleable iron consists essentially in the use of oxides of or threads. Dated April 3, 1868.
iron as it comes from the puddling furnace, or, which the uniform motion to the vertical feed rollers which are at This invention is designed for the purpose of warping patentce prefers, sheot iron or iron curlings, somewhat present driven by bands or tapes, and round which the and beaming yarns or threads from spools, or direct from similar to the beech shavings used in vinegar generators. threads pass to the spindle cup or cap to be adjustable the cops, without previously reeling or spooling, and for The details of the invention are voluminous.--Patent com- by frictional pressure. For this purpose, according to one stopping the machine employed for such purpose wben pleted.
improvement, a tooth or other wheel acts by surface any thread becomes disunited. The improvements con 1131 J. V. JONES and G. J. WILLIAMS, Birmingham axle of the feed roller, and the extent of friction exerted is
friction to give motion to another wheel applied to the sist in mounting the cops or spools in a series of vertical Manufacture of ornamental melallic tubes. Dated April 3, regulated by a spring and adjustable stop. When a thread frames, which are supplied with guide or tension rods
1868. and faller tension wires, around which the threads pass
breaks, and a stoppage of the feed rollers is required,
This invention consists in making the said tubes by takin such a manner that, by the combined action of the rods
this may be effected by the usual stop or trap lever, or and fallers, the proper tension of the yarn is maintained; indenting or impressing upon the said strip the required
ing a plain strip of sheet brass or other sheet metal, and otherwise. -Patent completed. the yarns thence pass through guides and beneath hooked ornamental pattern or design by means of rolls, and finally
1142 F. A. E. G. DE MASSAS, Hoxton. Machinery for wires or through eyelets, which they support in a vertical bending the ornamented strip into an open jointed tube in cleaning colton seeds. Dated April 4, 1868. position when unbroken. In front of these wires a frame the ordinary manner. Also inaking the said tubes by tak
This relates to former patents, dated respectively of horizontal bars is placed, which has a regular lateral ing a compound strip, made substantially in the manner
June 15, 1864, and August 26, 1865, and consists in regureciprocating movement, which motion is only prevented described, ornamenting the said compound strip by rolls, lated and graduated means of feeding the seed; in means by the disunion of thread and the falling of its wire with which one of the bars in the frame come into contact; and
and finally bending the compound ornamented strip into by thus shortening such lateral movement the traverse pleted. an open jointed tube in the ordinary manner.--Patent com- regulating the distance between the brushes or druxis and
the casing; in means of ventilating the machine to cool of a rod connected therewith is also decreased, and a
it and drive out debris; in means of readily emptying the swinging bell-cranked lever, having the upper end hooked,
1132 G. PIGGOTT, Birmingham. Electric telegraphs. Dated machine; and in an arrangement of riddles.—Patent comes into contact with a vertical wire, which would April 3, 1868.
complotod. otherwise have been removed by the sliding or traversing
This invention (the details of which are voluminous) has rod, and by withdrawing such wire from a notch in an reference, principally, to such electric telegraphs as repro- hampton. Targets, arrows, darts, and other projectües. Dated
1143 F. H. GREENSTREET, Pattingham, near Wolverordinary spring handle it becomes released, and the duce the message sent in letters or figures, instead of in April 4, 1868. driving strap is transferred to the loose pulley, and the the ordinary code of signals, and the invention relates,
Here the inventor makes the target like a brush, of any apparatus stopped until the thread is united. The threads further, to converting an electric telegraph of the kind repass from the vertical wires through a suitable comb or ferred to into a printing telegraph. The improvements brush, such as hair, fibre, whalebone, &c., but he prefers
of the numerous materials capable of being made into a reed on to the warp beam, on which they are wound as a consist, first, of a differential ratchet wheel or barrel, divided beamed warp.-Patent completed. into a number of teeth equal to the letters of the alphabet, Abre that is commonly used for cheap brushes answers
hair or bristles not softer than horse hair, and the Mexican or any other required number. The improvements con1122 A. DE METZ, Wolverhampton. Commodes, &c. sists, second, of a receiving apparatus. The improvements way as an ordinary flat round brush, with a wooden back,
almost equally as well. The target is made the same Dated April 3, 1868.
consist, third, of a printing apparatus which is moved by This invention consists in constructing commodes or the same lover which releases the needle and transmits the
the hair or fibre being passed into holes bored in the vessels, when made with an inner pan and outer case,
wood, and fixed therein with wire or cement, and to discurrent back to the distributer.- Patent abandoned. with the following features, in combination or separately:
tinguish the differont rings of the target the bair or fibre -One of these is a channelled recess formed on or carried 1133 W. WILLIAMS, Tividale, Staffordshire. Manufacture is dyed of various colours.-Patent completed. by or attached to the upper part of the pan, and with a of tin and terne plates. Dated April 3, 1868. lid with a flange of non-corrosive material dipping into
The patentee claims conducting the manufacture of tin
1144 R. NABBS, Peckwater-street, Kentish Town-road. such channelled recess, which is intended to be filled and terne plates by using a washman's pot divided into
Locks and latches. Dated April 4, 1868. with water, so as to form a trap against effluvia; and the three or more compartments, each compartment contain
In constructing door locks with two bolts, one a latch
bolt and the other a lock bolt, the patentee constructs and other is a moulding, or beading, or projection around, or ing tin or terne metal, substantially as described and partly around, the exterior surface of the pan, and carryIllustrated in the drawings-Patent completed.
operates the latch bolt in the following manner:-The
foremost part of the bolt is made rectangular in gection, ing á band of tin or other material clipped or secured 1134 J. G. TONQUE, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-'as is usual, and passes through corresponding slot in the
front plate of the lock. Projecting from the rear end of pumping engines with the pumps attached directly to the Apparatus for the prevention of accidents at facing points on this part of the bolt is a stem (by preference cylindrical) |framing of the engine, in combination with the arrange- railways. Dated April 7, 1868. which extends back to the rear end of the lock; the ment for obtaining access to the pump valve or valves and Here the inventor places two rocking shafts at the rear end of the stem passes through a cylindrical hole in piston or plunger at the bottom of tho pump, as described. junction points, with two projections or stops on each a guide or support fixed to the casing of the lock; the Second, constructing pendant water tube steam boilers shaft, one stop of each shaft working on the inside bolt is constantly pressed forward by a spiral spring, ono with the upper ends of the inner tubes extended to a part of the facing point, and one on each shaft working end of which bears against this fixed projection on tho of the boiler where the water is less mixed with steam on the outside of the facing point. At the end of lock case, and the other end against a collar on the stem than it is over the plate in which the pendant tubes are each shaft he fixes 2 crank, which is connected to of the bolt. In the portion of the stem which projects fixed, substantially as described.-Patent completed. the signal or signal lever. When the signal is lowered, back in rear of the fixed projection on the lock case is a
the shaft revolves, bringing one projection or stop slot, through which is passed the tail end of a lever, which
1154 C. H. GARDNER, West Harding-street, London, and between the facing points and rail, and the other on is acted on by horns of the follower on the lock spindle ; C. H. BICKERTON, Oldham. Lithographic, zincographic, and the outside of the point, causing the facing joints to be or the follower which is fast on this spindle may be made typographic printing machines. Dated April 6, 1868. with one horn only, the outer end of the horn being itself One object of this iuvention is to elevate and depress the properly closed before tho signal is lowerel.-Patent .passed through the slot in the stem of the bolt; or the tablo so as to adapt it to various thicknesses of stone or
1166 H. J. DITMARS, Pancras-lane, London. Apparatus follower or arm on the lock spindle, or the tail end of a printing surface. The next object is to cause the regis
for the consumption of smoke. (A communication.) Dated lever acted upon thereby, might otherwise be connected tering points to work in a steady and uniform manner,
March 7, 1868. with the stem of the bolt. By this arrangement the lock and to strike through the feeding board to the same
This invention is not described apart from the drawings. spindle is brought close up to the rear end of the lock extent, whatever their position with respect to it. The
--Patent completed. case, so that the spindle knobs will be at as great a dis- next object is to obtain a proper lay of the paper or other tance as possible from the key which works the lock bolt; material for receiving impressions, so as to get regularity 1167 A. L. HOLLEY, Harrisburgh, U.S.A. Manufacture of or the slot, instead of being at the rear end, can be made of adjustment at the edge, and uniformity of margin. The iron and steel. Dated April 7, 1863. at the fore end, and so the knob brought near the edge of
next object is to actuate the ink roller simply and effec This invention is not described apart from the drawings. the door, if desirable.-Patent completed.
tively; also to cause it in each revolution to be touched |--Patent completed. 1145 C. E. TURNBULL, Camden-square, London. Paper ink rollers free of the slab effectively; the next to the igniting matches. Dated April 7, 1868.
twice by the duct or roller. The next object is to raise the 1168 W. NALL, Leicestor. Apparatus for holding and binders or eyelets. Dated April 4, 1868. This invention consists, first, in forming the stems or
engagement and disengagement of the cylinder and tho The object here is to afford a safe and ready means for
rack which drives it. The details of the invention are obtaining light without the inconvenience and dangor points of paper binders or eyelets of a curved sectional
voluminous.-Patent completed. form, in order to give additional strength thereto. The
arising from the ordinary methods of keeping and lighting invention relates, second, to means or apparatus employed to operate upon such description of paper binders mission and reception of typographic or autographic telegrams. whereby matches contained in the said box or holder are
1155 M. A. F. MENNONS, Paris, Apparatus for the trans matches, and the said invention consists, chiefly, in the or eyelets when connecting together paper and other (A communication.) Dated April 6, 1868. articles thereby.- Patent abandoned.
The patentee claims the application in printing or writ-jected and iguited automatically and singly as required. 1146 G. DAVIES, Serle-street, Lincoln's Inn. Appa- ing telegraphic instruments of a revolving shaft provided cussive action instead of a rubbing or frictional action for ratus for washing and separating ores and other materials.
with two screw threads cut to the same pitch, but in oppo- igniting the said matches.-Patent completod. (A communication.) Dated April 4, 1868.
site directions, so as to communicate by continuous rotaThis invention is not describod apart from the drawings. tion an uninterrupted to and fro motion to the tracing 1169 E. II. NEWBY, King William-street, London. Boat -Patent completed.
point or points, substantially as specified.-Patent com detaching apparatus. (A communication.) Dated April 7, 1147 D.C. M IVOR, Asknish, Argyll. Propelling ships pleted.
1863. Dated April 4, 1868.
1156 J. M. PLESSNER, Paris. Apparatus for obtaining of anil devices for securing the ends of the ropes by which
This invention consists chiefly in the peculiar method This invention consists in the introduction of horizontal motive pourer'. Dated April 6, 1868.
the boat is suspended. The said ropes are passed through cylindrical water chambers into ships' hulls, one or more
The patentee claims the obtainment of motive power by eyes, rings, or other guides fixed in the bow and stern of in each quarter, parallel with the ship's keel, on and the atmospheric pressure resulting from a vacuum formed the boat, and the end of each rope is placed in a clamp as near the lerel of it as may be compatible with general by the expulsive action of flames on air contained in 1
which has two movable arms operated by a slide on a convenience. These chambers are open seawards to cylinder or other capacity, in manner anil for the purposes vertical shaft. The latter is Otted to work through a nut, admit the influx of water, so far as that may be permitted substantially as specified.-Patent completed.
anl is provided with a lever or handle whereby the clamp to advance under the control of pistons or propellers with which these cylinders are fitted and actuated in connection Manufacture of iron and steel.
1157 J. RADCLIFFE, Consett Iron Works, Darham: is operated to hold or release the rope ends. The clamp with motive power engines. As these pistons are being
Dated April 6, 1868.
is placed midway between the two ends of the beat, and drawn in by the engine, the column of water entering
This invention relates to certain improvements in the when, liy the adjustment of the movable part, the ropes thereon follows in force proportioned to the depth at process of puddling and treating iron and steel, the effects are released, cach of them being loose in its oye or ring, which the cylinders are placed from the surface of the
of which are to improve the quality and lesson the cost of sets the boat perfectly free at both ends at the samo inBea, in which case the recoil movement of the engines are production by the introduction of a hot blast of atmo- stant.-Patent completed.
1170 II. FISHER, Shefold. Constructing the handles of of water into the cylinders or water chambers, from whence tubes, or other suitable contrivancos.--Patent abandoned.
teapots, dc. Dated April 7, 1868. they are again to be expelled by each plunge of the piston 1158 J. PERRY, Rathdowney Brewery, Queen's County'
This invention consists in a mode of inserting a nonor propeller against the pressure of the extornal superin- Ireland. Packing botlles, &c. Datod April 6, 1869.
conductor or non-conductors of wood or other suitablo cumbent water. -Patent completed.
The patentee claims the packing of bottles and similar material in the handles of vessels intended to contain 1148 J. GRIFFITHS, Chesterfield, Derby, and J. JEAVOUS,
articles in tubular receptacles or cells fitted inside packing beated liquids, such as tea pots, coffeo pots, kettles, hot Sheffeld.
water jugs, and so forth, such non-conductor being inserted Manufacture of piles of iron or steel
cases, bing, or racks, and disposed in rows, so as to break
Dated April 4, 1868.
joint with each other, substantially as described.-Patent in such a manner as to prevent the heat from passing This invention consists in building up, in the manner completed.
from the socket (by which the handle is attached to the
vessel) to the handle itsell, at the sane time that it described, iron or steel, or iron and steel, into piles for 1159 C. DESNOS, Chancery-lane, London. Permanent way secures the handlo to the socket without the use of pins. the manufacture of rails, angles, axles, tyres, shafts, and of railways. (A communication.) Dated April 6, 1863. -Patent abandoned. bars of other sectional forms, and for other purposes, in a The great length of this specification procludes our quotspecial manner, & description of which we cannot give ing it here at sumcient longth for an intelligible abstract.
1171 F. SIMPson and S. HARDWICK, Handsworth, Stafspace to here.-Patent abandoned. -Patent completed.
fordshire. Machinery for rolling sheets or plates of iron, &c.
Dated April 7, 1868. 1149 H. and A. BŘYCESON, and T. 11. MORTON, Stanhope for spinning and doubling cotton, &c. Dated April 6, 1863.
1160 T. HOLT and H. SPENCER, Rochdale. Machinery The reducing and brightening of the plateg is called the street, Euston-road, London. Improvements in the construc
cold rolling process, and is commonly effected by two tion of organs, and in the application of electricily thereto. Dated
This invention relates, first, to interposing betwocn the separ to pairs of hard or chillod rolls, the plates being fod April 6, 1868
wood bust of the bobbin (in throatles and doubling frames) to the rolls by hand. This invention cousists in combining This invention is not described apart from the drawings. and the spindle a metallic substance, which shall bó two pairs of hard or chilled rolls into & machine in tho -Patent completed.
fastened to the bobbin and revolve with it. By this means manner described, and passing the iron sheets or platos 1150 D. and D. CRICHTON and N. DONBAYAND, Man
the bobbin will last longer and the drag can easier be regu-through the two pairs of rolls at ono operation, instead of
lated. chester. Looms. Dated April 6, 1868.
Second, in throstles and doubling framos, the passing the sheets or plate through separate pairs of rolls This invention consists in improved arrangements for
inwitors propose to make the guide wires so that the at two operations, as is ordinarily practised. The inveneasing the swells and regulating the shuttle in the shuttle wiro they bend both to the right and left hand of the ing the sheets or plates to the said combinod rolls.- Patent
thread or yarn can be placed in front of the same; this tion consists, further, of self-acting mechanism for feedboxes of looms in the procees of weaving, for the purposeshank that is scrowed into the wire board, and hy this abandoned. of enabling the shuttle to be more easily and steadily ejected from the shuttle boxes by the action of the pickers answer the purpose of a snarl catcher. They also propose, application of gas furnaces to eraporating, smelting, puddling, means the wire is balanced, and one end of the wire will
1172 C. W. SIEMENS, Groat Gcorge-street, Westminster. than has hitherto been accomplished, and thereby diminish the wear in the parts which operate the shuttle action, wire to help to fasten it in the wire board.
in some cases, to use a lock nut on the shank of the guide and other manufacruring purposes. Dated April 7, 1869. and reduce the motive power to work the looms. The
Third, they This inventiou refers to a previous patent, dlated January inventors apply to the shuttle swells in the shuttle boxes
propose to form the wires in the traverso rods that guide 22, 1851 (No. 167). According to this invention, instead of a supplementary spring action, or its equivalent, for steady- with a long slit for the yarn to pass through, instead of a closely side by side, as was generally done heretofore,
the yarn to the rollers of throstles, doublers, and mules constructing the regenerators in a vertical position and Ing the shuttle when in the boxes, and also employ certain mechanical movements put in operation during the round hole, as generally used. ---Patent abandoned.
extending to a considerablo depth below tho furnaco, the backward or forward stroke of the lathe, the mechanical 1161 A. V. NEWTON, Chancery-lane, London, Bathing patentee arranges them horizontally beneath the furnaco, movements being for the purpose of taking off the pres-shoes. (A communication.) Dated April 6, 1969.
extending in somo cases partially beyond the same, tho sture of the stop rod fingers from the swells before and at These bathing shoes will allow the water which has
two generators of each pair being placed one above the the time the shuttle leaves the box, and the supplementary entered to escape immediately by means of holes arranged other. buy preference the gas regenerator uppermost, and spring action for keeping the shuttle steady in the box to for that purpose in the sole, or in the upper of the shoe.
the two pairs being 80 arranged by preference with receive the picker stroke, and regulating its race across The sole is made of leather supported by a thin plate of
passages between them, or at the sides or ends thereof, as the board, and at the same time allow the required pres- metal, in order that it may not bend or warp by reason
to be accessible for clearing them of deposits when sure to be given to the swell when the shuttle arrives in of its immersion in the water. The shoes may be covered required. The walls of the regenerators are, for this purthe opposito box.-Patent abandoned.
with any suitable fabric which is not susceptible of being pose, in some cases provided with closel side apertures injured by damp.-Patent completed.
for the introduction of clearing tools, or, in other cases, 1151 E. HAY, Lombard-street, London. Apparatus for
the regenerators are so arranged as to be readily cleancil measuring and indicating the passage or flow of liquids. (A
1162 A. V. NEWTON, Chancery-lane, London. Anchors' or refilled from the top. Closed apertures are also procommunication.) Dated April 6, 1868. (A communication.) Dated April 6, 1858.
vided in the roof of the furnace over the vertical passages Here the liquid to be measured is caused to flow through
These improvements relate to anchors with swinging learling from the regenerators into the furnace, in order to an appular chamber, which thereby becomes filled. În flukes, and consists in making Ints on the arins or lluke gain access to these for clearing them of deposits. This this annular chamber there is a series of buckets, floats, of the anchor when the flukes have stung a proper advantage of requiring comparatively little dhe pih below
horizontal arrangement of regenerators has the further or paddles, supported so as to move therein from an axis capable of revolving, Those buckets, floats, or paddles, distanco either way to catch and hold to advantage in the the ground line of the furnace, wherely the construction by the action of the liquid passing through this chamber, anchoring ground, and in making the flukas to vand at thereof is facilitated.--Patent completeli. have motion given to them to move the axis to which they different angles, so that one will catch first when the
1173 J. SHERWOOD, Birmingham, L. Ditel.pril 7, are alized. The inner surface of the annular chamber is anchor is one sido up, and the opposite one when the
I56.1. formed with teeth or serrations, which control the action anchor is the other sidle up.- Patent completed.
This invention relates to ? mens of rulating the of the liquid on buckets or hollow floats. As the buckets, 1163 J. CASSOX, Sheffiehl. Machinery for planing wooul. flame when ignitel hy raising and lowering the wick floats, or paddles revolve and give motion to the axis to Dated April 6, 1868.
tulo surrounling or enclosing the wick, instead of which they are applied, motion is given from such axis
This invention will probably be described and illustrated raising and lowering the wick, as urmil.- Tateat abanto a chain or series of wheelwork with dials to indicate in a future number of this journal.-Patent completed.
doned. the extent of liquid passed. The passage or flow of the liquid is regulated by a cock or tap, or cocks or taps.
1164 E. WATTEEN, Middlesborough-on-Tees. Serein lap:: Patent abandoned.
&c. Dated April 7, 136.S.
APPLICATIONS FOR LETTERS 1152 J. DUNBAR, Camberwell, S.E., and R. NICHOLSON, along the entire length of screv taps, and in drisin; th"
PATENT. Dulwich, S.E.
Construction and arrangemeni of machinery trips through the sail fut silos or flutes, wherely the or apparatus for supplying coal canner, or other substance', 10 driving portiun i; always in immediate relation to the
0127 J. Wind Lamm-ral(aphan, Surrey. over the tap; alia by milling the sectional area of the final specification oi this invention. tapi emull, or nearly mo, tir O hon16 their length, they are
Imrivim in appuntue fur communication between 1153 R. MORELAND, jur., and D. THOMSON, Old-street, less liable to become disturici in barening, and being of
thu paseongers, gure, and drivers of railway wain.
8128 T. F. ('ashin, Sicfeld. Improvements in tho St. Luke's, London, Pumping engines, and steam boilers an unilor strength they are more durable.- l'atent coin
mo lo of securing the joints of rails, and in a paratus for therefor. Dated April 6, 1868. pleted.
guiding and providing for tho safoty of engines and trains The patentees claim, first, constructing direct-acting 1165 R. HOLIDAY, IIigh-street, Poplar, near London. passing over points or switches on railwny.
poat, and other vegetable fuel, by resinous vegetable pro- / operating the same and checking the recoil thereof. (A PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £100
1942 T. H. P. Dennis. Horizontal tubular boiler. 3129 W. A. Lyttle, General Post Office, Middlesex. 3170 R. Head, Gray-street, Manchester-square, Middle
1949 F. Worcester. Tuyeres for furnaces. (A commuImprovements in electro-telegraphic conductors and the sex. Improvements in stoves and boilers for heating water for baths and other purposes.
nication.) Hatteries connected therewith.
1950 J. S. Benson and J. von der Poppenburg, Breech3171 W. E. Newton, Chancory-lane. Improvements in 3130 H. C. Clifton, Great Sutton-street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex. A new or improved system of, and machinery the manufacture of syrup and sugar. (A communication.) | loading firearms.
1953°C. Humphrey and W. S. Webster. Waterproofing for,
3172 J. Sherman, New-road, Whitechapel, Middlesex. aking ornaments for picture frames and other purImprovements in finger rings and bracelets.
1956 W. and O. Brooke. Healds for weaving. 3173 C. Churchill, Norwood, Surrey. Improvements in 3132 F. A. LA Mat, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.
1957 W. Rowan. Machinery for hackling flax. Improvements in the construction of revolving and repeat-sporting breech-loading firearms and cartridges. (A com
1961 J., J., and J. Booth. Apparatus for dressing stone, munication.) ing firearms.
3174 J, Ashcroft, New York, U.S.A. 3135 G. N Sanders, Langham-street, Portland-place,
1962 M. Demmer. Indicating needle-cese.
1964 D, Mitchell. Figured cloth. safety valve for the boilers of locomotives and other steam Middlesex, Improvements in and connected with lamps.
1967 T. Comfleld. Brakes for railway carriages. 3133 W. T. Sugg, Vincent Works, Vincent-street, engines.
The full titles of the patents in the above list can be Westmiaster. Improvements in apparatus for regulating 3175 A. Denayrouze, Boulevart du Prince Eugene, Paris, the supply of gas, and in fittings connected therewith, Improvements in dresses in head gear or helmets, and in ascertained by referring back to their numbers in the list
of provisional protections previously published. which are also applicable to other purposes. lamps for divers.
Opposition can be entered to the granting of a patent to 3134 R. Dawson, Wembury House, near Plymouth, 3176 J. Phillips, Hampstead, Middlesex. Improvements Devonshire. Improvements in the construction of gun- | in the means or apparatus employed for warming and any of the parties in the above list, who have given notice
of their intention to proceed, within twenty-ono days from ventilating buildings. boots for coast and harbour defence.
the date of the “Gazette" in which the notice appears, by
Dated October 17, 1868. 3135 R. Spice, Gower place, Gower-street, Middlesex Improvements in the construction of jars intended to con 3177 E. T. Hughes, Chancery-lane. An improved leaving at the Commissioners' office, particulars in writing adhesive substance. (A communication.)
of the objection to the application. tain manufactured tobacco. 3136 J. Worster, Southampton-street, Camberwell, 3178 C. Mayer, Fleet-street, City. Improvements in
LIST OF SEALED PATENTS. Surrey. Improvements in means or apparatus for hold-tourists' bottles, and in stoppers for the same, and other
Sealed October 17, 1868. ing or supporting stereotype plates whilst taking impres- vessels, part of which improvements are applicable to
1252 H. G. Fairburn
1335 J. Reid sions therefrom. locks or fastenings for boxes, and to other like purposes.
1312 T. T. MacNeil
1253 C. W. Siemens 3137 W. Yates, Duke-street, Westminster. Improve
An improved 3179 D. Wilson, Dundee, Forfarshire.
1255 H. O. Robinson
1344 J. R. Johnson ments in the furnaces and tools to be used in metal-drag or brake for the wheels of vehicles.
1256 W. Gorman
1345 R. and T. Nuttall lurgic operations. 3180 A. Dessbonnett, Brussels, Belgium. A new light
1259 W.E. Gedge
and B. Barber 3138 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-ing apparatus.
1260 Lieut. F. Bacon
1347 C. W. Harrison lane. An improved mode of, and means for, dyeing hair. 3181 W. T. Rickard, Crown-court, Threadneedle-street,
1264 T. Bradford
1348 J. Liddard anilG (A communication.) City, and W. 0. Paul, Moorgate-street, City. Improve
1265 G. Lister
1266 E. T. Hughes
1353 W. Bartram 3139 R. Rowbotham and C. Ezard, Beswick, near Man- and the separation of the metals contained therein or com
1271 N. Ager
1354 G. A. Welck chester. An improved top bar for fireplaces. bined therewith.
1361 P. Spence
1272 H. W. Widmark 3140 J. Shanks, Barrhead, Renfrewshire. Improvements 3182 E. Ludlow, Birmingham. Improvements in
1274 R. Hill and J. F. 1362 A. W. Pocock in water-closets, and in taps for the same and applicable central-fire cartridges for breech-loading firearms.
1370 E. P. H. Vaughen
D'Oyly otherwise. 3183 H. Bunning, jun., Field House, New Cross, Surrey.
1275 A.B. Childs
1371 J. Hepworth and G. 3141 L. Clozel, Rue des Filles du Calvaire, Paris. Im- Improvements in apparatus for burning combustible
1279 J. Cooke
W. Bayldon provements in tanning all animal skins. liquids in furnaces.
1281 J. and J. A. Fawcett 1375 P. Nisser 3142 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery 3184 F. P. Warren, Northumberland House, High-road,
1284 J. M.Ghie
1376 K. V. Barnekov lane. An improved apparatus for drilling series of small Lee, Kent. Improvements in ranges or cooking appa
1285 S. W. Worssam
1377 H. Chaptor holes, and for other like operations. (A communication.) ratus.
1286 W, W. Symington 1378 R. Holt, R. Burlison, 3143 J. H. Carter, Brighton, Sussex. Au improved 3185 R. A. Green, Strand. Improvements in the pre
1287 J. J. R. Humes and
and H. Sampson lubricating apparatus. paration or treatment of the folded paper sheets used for
1379 L. Perkins 3144 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- printed works, and in apparatus for effecting such pre
1290 J. Woolfield
1380 J. Scoffern lane. Improvements in machinery for spinning wool and paration of treatment.
1294 E. Kemp and H. 1381 L. Perkins
Dated October 19, 1868. other fibrous materials. (A communication.)
1393 G. B. Babacci 3145 J. G. Jones, Blaina Iron Works, near Newport, 3186 T. Wrigley and W. E. Yates, Manchester. Certain
1295 A. Paget
1407 A. Homfray Monmouthshire. Improvements in apparatus employed improvements in beaming warps, and in the mechanism
1297 L. Bing
1424 C. D. Abel in getting coal, stone, and minerals. connected therewith.
1298 S. Dreyfous
1430 P. Marlin and A. Tack 3146 J. Robertson, Glasgow. New or improved modes 3187 T. Wrigley and J. Richardson, Manchester. Certain
1302 M. S. Maynard and 1454 T. and G. A. Pem of obtaining and transmitting motive power, and in the improvements in looms for weaving.
berton means, apparatus, or mechanism employed therefor, part 3188 J. Cocksboot, jun., and H. Weatherill, Manchester.
1306 J. H. Bolton
1481 J. Young of such apparatus or mechanism being also applicable to certain improvements in the construction of carriage
1308 T. Whittaker
1513 C. E. Brooman the measuring of fluids. axles and axle boxes.
1310 R. Side
1515 W. Seck 3147 E. Leach, Rochdale, Lancashire. Improvements in 3189 B. Hunt, Serle-street, Lincoln's Inn. An improve
1312 T. L. Scowen
1538 J. B. Kingham travelling lattices used for conveying flbrous nuterials ment in scissors. (A communication.)
1313 T. L. Scowen
1539 A. Holbrook into or out of machines. 3190 A. Clark, Chancery-lane. An improved submarine
1317 H. Hill
1557 S. B. Allen 3148 J. Atkins, Birmingham. Improvements in the telescopic lantern. (A communication.)
1320 H. H. Murdoch
1568 W. E. Newton manufacture of ornamental and plain metallic tubes. 3191 C. Whitehouse, Bridgetown, near Cannock, Staf
1821 R. F. Fairlie
1658 A. V. Newton 3149 W. Lorberg, Brunswick-place, City-road, Middle-fordshire. Improvements in the manufacture of augers,
1323 E. Samson
1778 P. Buchan sex. An improved process of treating cotton seed and boring bits, and other similar tools.
1326 E. Rostron and W. 1984 A. Mackie utilizing the refuse resulting therefrom. 3192 W. E. Newton, Chancery-lane. Improvements
2448 A. V. Newton 3150 H. Hudson, Clifton-terrace, Wolverhampton, in the manufacture of gun barrels, vices, and various
1330 G. F. and J. Stidolpa
2478 W. E. Newton Staffordshire. Improvements in facilitating the stopping kinds of tools and instruments in which the handles are
and T. Simpson 2488 H. Dubs of railway trains and other rolling stock, and in the secured in open eyes. (A communication.)
1332 J. Armstrong 3193 W. H. Howes, Curtain-rond, Shoreditch, Middlesex.
2545 J. B. Thompson machinery or apparatus employed therein.
1333 W.R. Lake
2612 J. Tall 3151 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- Improvements in movements or actions for swing frame lane. Improvements in apparatus for generating and looking glasses, swing windows, sbow case doors, and
PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £50 burning the vapour of hydrocarbon liquids. (A commu- other swing frames.
HAS BEEN PAID. nication.)
3194 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery3152 J. Denley, Choltenham, Gloucestershire. A new lano.
2653 W, J. C. M.Millan, An improved method of preparing, desiccating,
2665 J., S. A., G. E., and or improved coffee-pot. and preserving fish. (A communication.)
J. Mason, and J. V.
F. F. Reading
Scarborough 3195 J. Rae, Sydenham, Kent. Improvements in carts
2674 C. G. Lenk Dated October 15, 1868.
2656 J. L. Hancock
2678 G. Davies 3153 C. G. Gumpel, Leicester-square, Middlesex. Im- for removing refuse matter from roads, and for watering the same.
2660 A.J. Mott
2709 J. and G. H. Need. provements in locks and latches.
2661 F. Wise, E. Field,
ham 3196 W.Fitch, Washington, Columbia, U.S.A. Improve3151 W. E. Godge, Wellington-street, Strand. The
and E. H. Aydon 2752 W. M. Scott agglomeration of the slack and dust of coal or of charcoal, ments in the carriages for ordnance, and in devices for ducts generally, and especially by resin extracted from communication.)
HAS BEEN PAID. the “Maritime pine." (A communication.)
2616 O. D. Bergue
2766 J. Archer 3155 H. A. Bonneville, Sackville-street, Piccadilly. PROVISIONAL PROTECTION FOR SIX MONTHS A new and useful improvement in elastic moulds. (A Has been granted upon Specifications bearing the fol
lowing numbers :
OF SPECIFICATIONS PUBLISHED, 3156 E. Fort and J. Lee, Burnley, Lancashire. Improve
For the week ending October 17, 1868. ments in the construction and arrangement of the furnaces 1896
2884 2908 2979 3019 3039 3065 of steam boilers.
No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. | Pr. No. Pr. 3157 G. C. Attree and T. Dermer, Wood-street, Cheap
2604 2817 2889 2912 2995 3023 8043 3071 side, City. An improved method of, and apparatus for, 2606 2821 2890 2914 2997
6. d. fastening scarves and other similar articles.
2615 2836 2892 2916 2999 3027 3053
417 4 06342 10 6781 080210 4 825 0 4 848 0 4 3158 Å. Robins, Great St. Helen's, City. Improvements 2735 2837 2894 2918 3001 3029 3055
418 0 4 6381 4 6800 100 8040 4 828 0 4 8491 0 4 in the manufacture of water and drain pipes. (A commu 2741 2866 2896
2919 3003 3031 3057 3081
450 1 2 6390 8 68510 Sl 8050 4 8290 8 855 0 4 nication.)
2760 2868 2898 2922 3011 8093 30.59
6021 S 6400 10 695 0 10 $090 4 8300 41 8.591 0 4 3159 E. Peyton, Birmingham. Improvements in spring 2787 2872 2900 2941 3013 3035
607 10 10 6420 3061 3085
8 7210 10 8110 41 831 0 4 860 0 10 mattresses, applicable to bedstoads and other articles of
2789 2876 2992 2945 3017
611 lo 10 6531 10 7870 3037 3063 3087
4 81310 4 8320 4 86110 4 furniture.
615 i 06540 8 79110 4 8180 4 835 10 4 862 0 4 3160 T. Gray, Taibach, Glamorganshire. Improve
616 0 6650 87920 48190 48370 4 864 0 6 ments in safety lamps.
620 0 6670 S 7940 4 8210 4 83810 4 865 0 4 3161 J. Ball, Nottingham, and A. Ball, Radford, Not
621 0 675 0 8 7950 4 8220 4 8430 6 876 0 4
NOTICES OF INTENTION TO PROCEED WITH tinghamshire. Improvements in the manufacture of
622 1 67610 6 7961 4 82310 4 844/1 2 946 0 4 lace made on bobbin net machines.
629 0 10 6770 8! 7990 41 8240 41 8160 4 1784 0 8 3162 R. M. Wood, Shakespeare-road, Stoke Newington,
From the "London Gazette," October 20, 1868. Middlesex. Improvements in the manufacture of type
1742 J. Dixon. Coupling link for railway vehicles. (A
NOTE. -Specifications will be forwarded by post from the communication.) cases, work boxes, colour boxes, and other articles in
Great Seal Patent Office (publishing department), on re
1869 W. Broughton. Kitchen ranges. which compartments are used.
1882 G. Howard. 3163 I. A. Vacherot, Notting Hill, Middlesex. Improve
Manufacture of parquet flooring.
ceipt of the amount of price and postage. Sums exceeding ments in the construction of buildings, and in beams or
1883 J., J. W., and D. S. Stafford. Construction of car
58. must be remitted by Post Onice Order, made payable at
the Post Office, High Holborn, to Mr. Bennett Woodcroft riages. girders employed therein.
Great Seal Patent Omice, 25. Southampton-buildings
1888 W. Ferrie. Blast furnaces. 3164 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancerylano. Improvements in breech-loading volley-firing guns.
1889 J. T. Ladyman, Machinery for working wood. Chancery-lane. (A communication)
1896 H. A. Bonneville. Apparatus for shuffling cards. 3165 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery
(A communication.) lane. Improvements in repeating breech-loading fire1901 T. E. Williams. Pots employed in the manufac
GIRDER BEAMS, ture of tin and other plates. arma. (A communication) 1903 II. Turner. Construction of privica.
of a variety of sizes, from 3in. to 20in, deep, Deted October 16, 1868. 1905 W. Unsworth. Sail brake for use on railways.
with top and bottom flanges to Gin, varying 3166 T. and T. Vicars and J. Smith, Liverpool. Improve 1910 W. Henderson Apparatus for finishing woven
in thickness from fin. to lin. thick on the
web, and rolled out to 40ft. lengths ments in self-feeding smokeless furnacce.
fabrics. 3167 R. Pearce, Swansea, Glamorganshire. Improve 1911 J. S. Cockings and A. Umbach, Sewing machines.
PLATES, ANGLES, BULBS, TEES, ments in the separation of copper and other metals from 1913 J. Lord. Applying soap to cotton.
BARS, silver and gold, the same being applicable to other metal 1914 A. E. G. Thenard. Apparatus for effecting the lurgical operations. combustion of fuel.
AND ALL KINDS OF ROLLED IRON. 3168 R. M. Marchant, Fleet-street, City. Improvements 1922 J. Gray and R. Weir. Treating ores. in the permanent way of railways.
Books of Sections, Prices, and other informar31699 w. c. Church, Derbyshire. 1932 C. Humphrey. Preparation of a flexible compound
tion, will be supplied on application to Improvements in applicable to waterproofing. steam or other motive engines, and in safety valves and 1933 J. Toft. Lathes for turning wood.
WILLIAM RYDER, arrangements for preventing damage or accidents in steam 1935 C. Whitehouse. Boring bits.
NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. boilers. 1941 J.T. Parlour. Apparatus for shovelling grain.
ROLLER JOISTS OF