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The commercial tables emanating from the United 1178 C. G. SPENCER, Old-street, St. Luke's. Machine for ing, treating, and preparing flax and hemp. Dated April 8 States Statistical Bureau, show that from the 1st enabling persons to support, raise, and propel themselves in and 1868. of July, 1859, to the 30th of June, 1868--a period throuyh the air. Dated April 8, 1868.

This invention has for its object certain improvements of nine years--the total net imports into America, vention.

Provisional protection bils not been granted for this in- in machinery and processes, scutching, dressing, cleaning

treating, and preparing flax, hemp, and other vegetable after deducting foreign goods re-exported, were of the value of 2,863,466,403 dollars ; and the total ex-ing

grain. Dated April 7, 1868.
1179 J. BEDFORD, Leeds. Apparatus for washing and dry first, in an improved arrangement of mechanical parts for

fibrous materials, and the tow of the same, and consists, ports, reduced to a specie valuation, not including

imparting a reciprocating rolling movement, more pro

This washing apparatus consists of a cistern filled more foreign goods re-exported, but embracing the pre- or less with water, and in such cistern the patentee places ing and breaking the woody portion known as the boon"

gressive than retrogressive, to rollers intended for crushcious metals, for the same period, amounted to a worm encased in wire gauze, or a perforated metal

"shive" of flax, hemp, and other similar fibrous 2,751,721,699 dollars; showing an excess of imports covering, and communicating with a feeding hopper.

material. The second part of the inyention relates to imover exports to the amount of 111,744,704 dollars. He passes the grain (suspended within its covering) to be The whole amount of duties collected for the same

washed through the cistern by means of the screw, which provements in a machine for which letters patent were period was 918,059,153 dollars, showing an average minute, and on its having passed through, he conveys it he works by preference at about forty revolutions per the third part of the invention relates to certain improve

granted to E. Brasier, dated August 3, 1864 (No. 1926). rate of duty for the nine years of 32:17 per cent. by means of a screw (inclined, by preference), over a per

ments in the forms of the fluted rollers to be employed for In 1860 and 1861 they were a trifle under 14 per forated metal surface, in order that the moisture may drain

" breaking" or rolling flax or hemp, in the machine decent.

scribed in the specification of the patent before referred The last three years the average was 44.30, off to the drying apparatus. The dirt removed from the

to. The fourth part of the invention, which relates to the and in 1868 47.16 per cent. of the imports went to grain in washing is carried through the perforations of the

combination of a scutching wheel, by preference similar Government. wire gauze or metallic covering. The drying apparatus

to that known as the “ Irish stock," with a machine consists of open, and, by preference, semicircular, boxes jointed together in any convenient 'manner, such boxes arranged to work with central and surrounding rollers, having their internal surfaces bored out, and being Alled

in the manner described in the specification of the patent

above referred to. The fifth part of the invention consists with a steam chamber. Within such boxes he places a worm or serew, by means of which he traverses the grain in an improved process or method of preparing flax or to be dried from one end to the other. By this arrange

straw, for the “breaking" or scutching processes. -Patent ment it is dried, and, being open to the air, all moisture is

completed. carried off, wbilst all condensed steam is conveyed out of

1189 T. HUNT, New-road, Hammersmith. Improrements

in ordnance, and in the mode of working the same. the steam jacket by a cock in the manner usual in such

Dated ABRIDGED SPECIFICATIONS OF cases.-Patent completed.

April 8, 1868.

This invention has for its object the solidity of construzTHE Abridged Specifications of Patents given below are

1180 J. J. CHAUDUN and J. J. DexAUT, Reuil Village' tion and safety of a muzzle-loader, with the facility for

near Paris. Cartridges. Dated April 7, 1863. classified, according to the subject to which the respective

cleaning and loading of a breech-loader, and it is appliinventions refer, in the following table. By the system

Under one head, this invention consists in constructing cable to both central and muzzle pivoting guns. Also in

the cases of cartridges for breech-loading firearms, whether provements in the mode of supporting and training gans of classiflcation adopted, the numerical and chronological with central-fire or with pin-fre, of drawn copper or brass of the ordinary construction, so as to make them central order of the specificatious is preserved and combined with

tubes, formerl without soldering or brazing, the rear end of all the advantages of a division into classes. It should be such tubes being bent over a wad or plug inserted into the voluminous. -Patent abandoned.

or muzzle pivoters. The details of the invention are understood that these abridgments are prepared exclu- tube, which is then placed into a copper or brass base cap, sively for this Magazine from official copies supplied by aftor which the wad or plug is condensed, so as to secure

1190 C. DOUGLASS, Edinburgh. Iinprovements in culting the Government, and are, therefore, the property of the the case in the cap. The bottom of the case is then pro

the teeth of wheels, and in apparatus employed therein. Dated Proprietors of this Magazine. Other papers are hereby warned not to produce them without an acknowled - leather, or corkdust, lint,

or other similar materials, mixed
vided inside with a coating or lining composed of sawdust, April 8, 1863.

It is proposed, according to this intention, to use either ment: with glutinous substances, such as glue, which lining, in

annular or helical cutters, so shaped that one cutter will BONERS AND FURNACES-1197, 128, 1257 adhering to the sides of the case, prevents any escape of

answer for all wheels of the same pitch or distance between BUILDINGS AND BUILDING MATERIALS-1204 gas at the breech. The metal tube may, if requisite, be

the teeth.-Patent abandoned. CHEMISTRY AND PHOTOGRAPHY-1284, 1206, 1210, 1214, varnished inside.-Patent abandoned.

1191 W. CHAPMAX, Kennington Park-road. Apparalus 1230, 1251, 1258 CULTIVATION OF THE Soil, including agricultural imple- mouthshire. Manufacture of iron into semi-steel or steel.

1181 J. JAMES, Ebbw Vale, and T. JONES, Govilon, Mon- for skiving or chamfering leather, &c. Dated April 9, 1868.

The inventor employs a rotating diamond-shaped cutter ments and machines—1175, 1179, 1221, 1228, 1238, 12-13

or blade, below which he places an adjustable plate for ELECTRICAL APPARATUS-1253

Dated April 8, 1863. FIBROUS FABRICS, including machinery for treating ibre,

This invention consists in submitting wrought iron to regulating the aniount of cut, according as it is desired pulp, paper, &c. -- 1174, 1186, 1188, 1199, 1217, 1218, 1225, the action of gases (under pressure in any suitable gas-tight that more or less material should be removed from the

substance to be skived or chamfered, and upon this ad1232, 1239, 1241, 1246

vessel or receiver) such as hydrocarbons and carbonic FOOD AND BEVERAGES, including the apparatus for pre-oxide, either alone or in conjunction with nitrogenous justable plate the material to be treated is placed. The

base plate of the apparatus is furnished with a standard paring food for men and animals--1227, 1254

compound, such, for instance, as cyanogen gas, or ammonia, FURNITURE AND APPAREL, including household utensils or other gases containing nitrogen in admixture, preferring, having bearings for the shaft or spindle of the rotating

cutter, to which motion is imparted through suitable geartime-keepers, jewellery, musical instruments, &c however, the former to convert it into semi-steel or steel, ing, and below the cutter he provides a wheel having its 1207

or for the purpose of casehardening it.-Patent comGENERAL MACHINERY_1183, 1185, 1196, 1208, 1213, 1219,

periphery covered, by preference, with india-rubber. pleted,

Above this wheel is an adjustable plate or foot, held in 1220, 1223, 1235

1182 G. H. PALMER, Lewisham, Kent, Spring brace. position by means of a spring, so that the material to be LIGHTING, HEATING, AND VENTILATING—1195, 1201, 1211, Dated April 8, 1863.

operated upon is pressed by the plate or foot against the 1237, 1250

We cannot with advantage here give space to the details periphery of the wheel, and, by the rotation of the latter, METALS, including apparatus for their manufacture of this invention.-Patent completed.

is fed to the cutter.-Patent abandoned. 1181, 1187, 1205, 1240, 1256 MISCELLANEOUS-1177, 1182, 1190, 1191, 1192, 1198, 1202,

1183 W. R. LAKE, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- 1192 J. FITTER, Birmingham. Alarums. Dated April 9,

1968. 1203, 1209, 1222, 1224, 1229, 1231, 1242, 1245, 1249, 1252,

lane. Machinery for cutting and working rocks. (A commu-
nication) Dated April 8, 1868.

This invention consists of the arrangement or combingROADS AND VEHICLES, including railway plant and car

This invention has reference to two former patents, and tion of the parts of alarums to be fixed to doors, or fixed iages, saddlery, and harness, &c.-1194, 1233, 1244

is not described in detail apart from the dawings.- Patent or placed elsewhere, for the purpose of giving an alarm in SHIPS AND BOATs, including their Attings—1234, 1255 completed.

cases of attempted burglary, and to be used for giving STEAM ENGINES-1193, 1216

1184 W. E. NEWTON, Chancery-lane, London.

alarms generally, whether indoors or out of doors. The

Manu WARFARE-1189, 1200, 1286, 1946, 1247, 1260

improved alarum consists of a short barrel to be charged facture of salts of soda. (A communication.) Dated April 8, with gunpowder, the said barrel having a nipple on its 1868.

end, on which nipple a percussion cap is placed, and a 1174 R. J. LOWNDES, Auldhouse Field, Renfrewshire, Equal weights of chloride of sodium (common salt) and

hammer or lever pressed towards the nipple by means of Finishing textile and other fabrics. Dated April 7, 1868. finely powdered chrome-iron ore are intimately mixed

a strong spring. There are other arrangements for This invention relates to a new arrangement and con

together, heated to redness in a reverberatory furnace, actuating these parts.-Patent abandoned. struction of certain parts of that class of machinery used and subjected to a current of steam. The hydrogen of the

1193 J. PLEWS, Grove-road, Hounslow. Steam engina. for finishing textile fabrics by the process known as stent-steam unites with the chloride of the salt, and forms

Dated April 9, 1868. ing or stretching. The object of the present improve hydrochloric acid gas, which combines with the iron of

The patentee claims, first, the combination of parts or meuts is to firmly hold the edges of the cloth or web by the chrome iron ore, and forms volatile chloride of iron, means of a species of clamp, instead of by pins or other which is driven off, and may be collected in a cooling mode of constructing an engine, wherein a cylinder or means hitherto used.-Patent abandoned. chamber. The oxygen of the steam unites with the cylinders more upon hollow trunk pipes fitted with a piston

or pistons, as described. sodium of the salt to form soda ; at the same time, the

Second, the combination of 1175 J. ARMSTRONG, Clifton, Westmoreland. Harrows. sesquioxide of chromium of the oro is converted into

parts or mode of constructing an engine, wherein a cylinDated April 7, 1868. This invention relates to an improved mode of arrang: chromate of soda.-Patent abandoned. chromic acid, which combines with the soda, and forms

der provided with a diaphragm, which acts as a piston, is

caused to move upon hollow trunk pipes, als described, ing and socuring or holding together the various parts of

or any mero modification thereof.-Patent completed. hurrows, without the aid of nuts and screws, and consists 1185 E. BENINGFIELD, Old Kent-road, Surrey. Lifting

1191 J. RAE, Sydenham, Kent, and G. MILLER, Glasgow. in connecting the main zigzag beams in pairs or sets of machine. Dated April, 8, 1868. two or more by the aid of crossbars disposed at suitable

Construction of railway wheels. Dated April 9, 1868.

We cannot here give space to the voluminous details of intervals; or where a tooth is required such cross bars this invention.—Patent abandoned.

These improvements have for their object the saving

of engine power, the reduction of wear and tear of wheels having an oblong eye or opening at each end, and in intermediate parts of their length, if required, through which

1186 C. G. Hill, Nottingham. Munufucture of fringes and and permanent way, the increasing of the safety of railthe beams to be connected together are passed.

way wheels and axles, the saving of lubricating material, purl. Dated April 8, 1863. An

The patentee claims the manufacture of fringes of flo33 and a more efficient mode of constructing wheels, and each of the said eyes in the crossbars, and through these fringe-like trimmings of floss or spun silk. He also cluims oblong slot or opening is also made vertically through or spun silk, and he also claims the manufacture of double fixing the tyres thereon. Tha

details of the invention are oblong slots or openings are inserted the teeth or tines, the manufacture of purl edgings or trimmings of floss or

Yoluminous.--Patent completed. tho whole of the parts, namely, the beam, crossbar, and

1195 A. H. STILL, Rockbro' House, and D. LANE, South teeth being tightened up and held firmly together by spun silk.- Patent completed.

Mall, Cork. Manufacture of gas. Dated April 9, 1863. wedges or keys driven in on the opposite side of the beams. 1187 V. GALLET, Lavausseau-de-Benassais, Department

For this purpose the patentees mix small coal with gas Any number of pairs or sets of two or more beams con- of the Vienne, France. Manufacture of steel. Dated April 8, tar, and thoy mould the mixture into bricks or blocks ; nected together by crossbars as above described may be 1868.

these bricks or blocks they chargo into gas-making retorts, coupled, so as to form, say, for example, six two-beam In the specification of a former patent granted to the

and heat them to a bright red heat, and so they obtain an harrows, or three four-bcam harrows. This coupling present patentee, and dated December 12, 1366 (No. 3266), illuminating gas of good quality, whilst, at the same time, together of the several pairs or sets of connected beams is he has described improvements in the manufacture of

the bricks or blocks are converted into a hard and valueffected by the aid of peculiar jointed connections, con- steel by the use of a composition therein set forth. Ac- able coke. The tar and small coal may advantageously sisting each of two bars coupled together by a joint pin cording to the present invention, he somewhat varies the

be mixed in the proportion of (way) thirty gallons of tar and cotier, and sliding hoop or ferrule. Each jointed composition, and thereby obtaining a better resu With to one ton of small coal. ---Patent completed. coupling bar is connected to the contiguous main beams this object, he takes, by preference, iron which has been 1196 W. B. ROBINS, South Molton-street, Oxford-street. at each end by means of rivets, or by a separate clip submitted to one rolling only, and called puddle bar, and Garden engines, &c. Dated April 9, 1868. which is keyed on to the beam, and receives one of the he coats this iron with a cement or paste prepared from The patentee claims the constructing garden engines, ends of the coupling bars which are bent at an angle for the following ingredients :-Wood charcoal, 20 parts ; and other similar hand pumps, with (in lieu of & piston) that purpose.-Patent completed.

soot, 12 parts; lamp black, 15 parts; ivory black, 1 part; a hollow plunger, through which the water passes to the 1176 P. M.MAHON, Johnson's-buildings, Temple, City anthracite, 1 part; graphite or plumbago, 1 part; car jet, as described. He also claims the constructing garden Destroying the decaying principle in animal substances by bonate of lime, 33 parts; carbonate of potash, 3 to 20 engines, and other similar hand pumps, with the handles means of a railroad atmospheric process. (A communication.) | parts; carbonate of soda, 10 parts; caustic potash, 1 part; by which the plunger or moving part of the pump is Dated April 7, 1863.

ordinary or sea salt, 1 part; sal ammoniac, 1 part; clay, worked connected with the delivery nozzle in such magner Provisional protection has not been granted for this 13 parts; oxide of manganese, 3 parts; resin, ? parts; that the handles may be used to direct the said nozzle, invention.

water, 10 parts. The salts should be mixed with the water as above described. He also claims the constructing 1177 D. LANE, Cork, Ireland. Manufacture of floor andother before adding the other ingredients. In some cases he garden engines, and other similar hand pumps, with ai cloth or coverings for floors. Dated April 7, 1868. omits the soot, lamp black, ivory black, anthracite, graphite, outlet plunger, with projections at its inner end, guiding

it in the cylinder or vessel in which it works, and conprepares a covering for floors, which may also be employed ing the proportion of charcoal to 50 parts. According to one part of this invention, the patentee carbonate of soda, caustic, potash, and sal ammoniac, and employs the other ingredients in combination, but increas

tinued internally at its outer end, as described.-Patent

The iron thus completed. as a covering for walls, hy a combination of several compound slices or veneers of timber, the several slices being coated is heated, and it may afterwards be melted.--Patent

1197 J. H. WHITEHEAD, Royal George Mills, near attached together by webs of woven cloth by parallel completed.

Manchester. Apparatus for removing sool from the surfaces threads by paper, or by other flexible material or materials 1188 E. BRASIER, New Cross, and J. E. HODGKIN, Liver- of heating tubes. Dated April 9, 1868. applied at the back thereof.-Patent completed.

pool. Machinery and processes for scutching, dressing, clean- The heating tubes are arranged in a smokebox or employs in combination with such cutter a light lever stance, which will receive markings of slate pencil or This invention relates to certain apparatus for effecting pick, which works in the groove cut by the first cutter; chalk, and which markings can be easily rubbed out.- a speedy and economical condensation of the exhaust this lever pick turns at one end on an axis carried by the --Patent abandoned.


chamber in the flue, and they are placed horizontally and the mode of connecting them to the pillars, the girders nozzles or passages. The passage or throat is extended parallel, the one to the other, and they are divided into consisting of a straight or slightly curved piece of T-iron to such length, and contracted at its extremity, so that the several sets, and the tubes in each set are placed vertically, forming the upper part, and a fish-bellied piece of T-iron jet of condensed and condensing fluid, in issuing thereone over the other. Over every alternate set a horizontal forming the lower part. These two parts are united by Prom, completely fills it, as a stream of denso fluid or axis is placed, having chain pinions, one at each end, on vertical and diagonal stays of angle or other shaped iron, liquid, so that there may be no room for the passage of which endless chains hang. These chains encircle the and at the ends of the girders are sheet iron stays with atmospheric air inwards to the condensing instrument set of tubes, and pass around guide pulleys at their lower semicircular ends fitting on the pillars, and bolted together. A vacuum chamber is placed between the extended ends. To the endless chains are fixed scraping blades of -Patent abandoned.

passage and the throat, and, in the event of at any thin sheet steel, each blade being parallel with the pipes, and fixed to one of the endless chains at either end. The WEBB, Norton, Durham.

1205 C. MARTIN, Chancery-lane, W. BARRETT and T. S. time more steam passing through than the liquid or

Treatment and reduction of fluid is capable of condensing, a chamber is formed in any blades are curved, so as approximately to fit the pipes, titaniferous iron ores for the manufacture of iron. Dated convenient part of the exhaust pipe, constituting a There are scrapers, both on the outer and inner sides of April 11, 1868.

reservoir into which such surplus may be received as conthe endless chains; those on the inner sides scrape the pipes which the chains carrying them encircle, whilst the in the treatment of ores containing a large percentage of This invention chiefly relates to certain improvements densed or uncondensed steam.-Patent completed.

1217 G. PATON, Kilbirnie, Ayrshire. Looms. Dated scrapers on the exterior scrape on one side of the pipes of titanic acid, and more especially those titaniferous ores April 11, 1868. each of the adjacent sets. The axes, with the chain pulleys formed in Norway and elsewhere called ilmenite, and This invention consists essentially of an improved mode upon them, are slowly rotated in any convenient manner which, when freo from gauge or matrix, consist almost or manner of working tho heddles or healds by means of and, as each scraper is brought opposite a space between wholly of titanic acid and oxides of iron, with or without rods and levers.--Patent abandoned. the tubes, it springs into the space, and, as the chains

The slowly travel, the scraper yields back to pass the tube, its details of the invention are voluminous.-Patent coma small proportion of magnesia in combination.

1218 B. J. B. MILLS, Southampton-buildings, Chanceryedge scraping against it all the time, and it thus passes pleted.

lane. Bleaching, reviring, and tinting white and coloured over about the half of the circumference of the tube, and

feathers and silk fabrics, &c. (A communication.) Dated the other half is scraped from the other side.-Patent

1206 C. E. BROOMAN, "Fleet-street. Photography, (A | April 13, 1868. completed. communication.) Dated April 11, 1868.

The articles to be bleached are placed, for a short time, The object of this invention is to simplify the ordinary in a rat or vessel containing benzine or turpentino, such 1198 G. T. BOUSFIELD, Loughborough Park, Brixton, operations of the process of photography with charcoal articles being immersed for the space of at least two Improrements in dies, and in machinery for cutting dies and carbon), and to improve the results which it permits of minutes in such benzine or turpentine. They are then taps. (A communication.) Dated April 9, 1868. obtaining.-Patent abandoned.

removed and washed in a current of steam, and afterThis invention is not described apart from the drawings. --Patent completed.

1207 T. H, BAYLIS, Melina, place, St. John's Wood, wards dried in the air, or, by artificial means, under a Middlesex. Bed guard. Dated April 11, 1868.

mild temperature. The goods to be bleached are also 1199 J. LEEMING, Bradford, Yorkshire. Looms. Dated This invention consists in making a patent bed guard passed into a bath containing the purest alcohol, and a April 9, 1868.

to place over and completely cover the top of a crib, cot, small quantity of oxalic acid, about one ounce of oxalic, This invention has reference to the peculiar formation bassinette, or bedstead (usually open), and to fasten it so

and being used with about five quarts of alcohol; the of the book employed in turning over the peg wheel of that the inmates are prevented getting out until released. oxalic acid is previously dissolved, as will be well undercircular shuttle boxes. It also has reference to the appli- The inventor either attaches the patent bed guard to the stood, and then mixed with the alcohol. After being cation of a fork motion to a pick and pick loom of any crib, cot, bassinette, or bedstead, by hinges,

locks, or some passed through the above

bath, the goods are washed and

dried as before stated. number of shuttles, for so operating upon the west threads other way, or he has it separate, so that it may be put on

For tinting silks or feathers, a as to permit the ordinary well-known fork motion to or taken off at discretion. He makes the patent bed guard bath of alcohol is employed, to which are added the cause the stoppage of the loom, when the west is either either of wood, metal, fabrics, or other material.- Patent required colouring matter, and a small quantity of sulbroken or expended, and from whichever side of the loom abandoned.

phuric acid (about one ounce of sulphuric acid to about the shuttle may be thrown.-Patent completed.

eight quarts of alcobol), the colouring matter being pre

1208 J. C. Wilson, Lime-street, London. Hydraulic viously dissolved and" then mixed with the alcohol, 1200 W. E. NEWTON, Chancery-lane, London. Improre- packing presses. Dated April 11, 1868. ments in firearms and in cartridges for the same. (A commu

This invention consists, first, in constructing hydraulic dissolved in alcohol, or held in suspension therein,

the colouring matters, such as are capable of being nication) Dated April 9, 1868. packing presses with the cylinder placed at the top instead

and varying according to shade required, as will One part of this invention relates to the extractors for of at the bottom of the press, and supported by the usual be well understood. Aniline colours are found to withdrawing the discharged shells of metallic cartridges, four malleable iron columns in combination with two

answer well. The goods are passed rapidly through or such metallic portions of tbe shells of cartridges as hollow pillars or pipes, which enclose the weights neces

this bath, and then washed and dried as before, the remain in the chambers of the breech-loading frearm sary to counterbalance the weight of the ram, and other uniformity of shade depending very much upon the the extractors of that class of breech-loaders whose breech- guides for the proper direction of the

ram. Second, the rapidity with which the operation is performed. For piece is in the form of a sliding bolt opening and closing combination of the above described press, with a simple having no oxalic acid placed therein, the goods being with a movement parallel, or nearly so, with the bore of wooden box for holding the material to be pressed, made rapidly passed through the bath, and then washed in å

current of steam, and dried as before stated.-Patent comheretofore difficult to obtain an extractor which is positive corners by means of wedges,

so that,

as the ram of the pleted. and reliable in its action. The invention consists in a press descends, these layers can be gradually removed hook extractor attached to the breech-piece, but having a until the bale is compressed to its final size, when the

1219 J. ROTHERY, Yorkshire. Apparatus for getting certain amount of sliding motion independently thereof. whole are taken away, and the bale is left quite free for and hewing coa!, stone, &c. Dated April 13, 1868. -Patent completed. being properly roped.-Patent abandoned.

This invention relates to certain peculiar constructions, 1201 R. A. WRIGHT, Homerton, near London. Improve- 1209 R. NICHOLLS, Aldermanbury, London. Self-atlach arrangements, and combinations of the cylinder, pistons, ments in heating structures and articles, and in the mode of and ing bullons or ornaments to be applied to ladies' dresses. Dated piston rods, connecting rods, and picks or cutters


machinery or apparatus employed in getting and hewing apparatus for obtaining heat from petroleum and other hydro- April 11, 1868. carbons. Dated April 9, 1868.

The inventor proposes to form a blank head or stud, power is obtained, the machine is rendered more steady

coal, stone, or other minerals, whereby an economy of This invention consists of the following improvements : either of a disc of metal, with a plain or facet surface, or when in action, and the distance or space between tho - Instead of using water for heating houses, carriages, in the form of a ring, and to cover the same with a fabric pick head and the actuating cylinder of the machine is baths, and drying stoves, and for other heating purposes, duce à button or ornament of any external fabric and

of silk, velvet, cloth, or other woollen fabric, so as to pro- reduced. ---Patent completed. the patentee employs a solution of glycerine, which may

1220 R. RIDLEY, Birmingham, and J. ROTHERY, Leeds. be more or less concentrated, if desired, and which he pattern or colour, to suit the requirements of the dress or employs in ordinary circulation pipes, coiled where other

article to which such buttons or ornaments are to be Machinery or apparatus for getiing and hewing coal, stone,

&c. Datod April 13, 1868. required. One mode of heating the glycerine, which applied.-Patent abandoned.

One modification of this invention relates to certain mode may also be employed for obtaining, maintaining, 1210 G. CLARK, Northumberland-street, Strand. Manu- peculiar arrangements of apparatus for actuating the and increasing heat in furnaces for other purposes, consists facture and production of explosive compounds. Dated

picks or cutters of coal-hewing machines intended to be in blowing, or projecting one or more currents or jets of April 11, 1868. steam or air (superheated or otherwise) across or over the The main object of this invention is the production of driven hy steam or compressed air, and consists in the mouth of a pipe or chamber, containing petroleum, or an explosive compound or gunpowder, of which the

basis secured to the framing of a truck or carriage within which other hydrocarbon, which petroleum or hydrocarbon is is vegetable abre converted into pyroxyline, and mixed quadrant cylinder a diaphragm or piston reciprocates on thereby projected in minute particles or sprays, into the with other substances, of which the chemical constituents an axis, such axis forming the axis of the vibrating pick furnace, on to fuel, clinkers, or other substances, on the are nitrogen, carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen, with or with or cutting tool itself, thereby dispensing with lever arms, grate bars or hearth. At the same time, air is drawn or out sulphur or lime. The details of the invention are connecting rods, and piston rods. -Patent abandoned. forced into the furnace. Great heat is thus obtained.- voluminous.-Patent completed. Patent completed.

1211 H. A. ARCHEREAU, Paris. A new method of obtain- machines. Dated April 13, 1868.

1221 T. F. SHILLINGTON, Belfast. Reaping and mowing 1202 L. VERSTRAET, Paris. Apparatus for storing and ing heat and light. Dated April 11, 1868. burning petroleum and other inflammable oils for heating steam

The object of the first part of this invention is the This invention relates to a new mode of producing and cutting of grass or crops of grain, in such a way that, boilers, &c. Dated April 9, 1868.

applying light and heat from gases obtained by the mixture when cut, all the ears or heads will have a tendency to This invention relates to means of remedying certain of inflammable gases and atmospheric air, or other agents fall in the same direction, and not become entangled. To disadvantages, so as to permit of all kinds of mineral oils used to assist combustion, supplied under pressure in accomplish this object, the patentee arranges the cutters or being used without danger. In order to protect the oil various liqueflable, pulverized, or viscous matters. The knives to move only in one direction while cutting, inreservoirs from

the action of shot, the patentee encloses details of the invention are voluminous.-Patent aban- stead of giving them a reciprocating motion, as hitherto. them in a double casing, leaving a space between to be doned.

Another part of the invention consists in making the imfilled with some suitable incombustible material of a light 1212 S. WHITMORE, Huntington, Augusta, America: proved mowing and reaping machines reversible, that is nature, so as to stay the force of the shot, and deaden its Preparing or veneering paper, cloth, leather, &c. Dated to say, so that they may be readily changed to cut the effect. The product he prefers to use, on account of its April 11, 1868.

grass or crop either at the right or left hand side of the cheapness, is wood sawdust, highly impregnated with a This invention consists in applying to, or veneering, machine.-Patent completed. concentrated solution of some incombustible salt of a sheets of paper, &c., with very thin sheets or veneers of cheap nature, such as chloride of calcium, for example, wood, secured thereto by paste, glue, cement, &c.—Patent compounds of india-rubber, gutta-percha, balata, parkesine,

1222 T. FORSTER, Streatham, Surrey. Manufacture of After this salt has been absorbed by the sawdust, he completed. calcines the latter in closed vessels, so as to increase its

solid paraffin, or vegetable oils, and vegetable fibre. Dated incombustible properties, by means of which he obtains a

1213 A. WOODCOCK, Edinburgh. Apparatus for suspend April 11, 1868.

This invention has for its object improvements in the light charcoal to be packed lightly in the space between ing pictures. Dated April 11, 1868. the double casing of the reservoirs, so as to deaden the

The patentee uses corrugated metal bands, either manufacture of compounds of india-rubber, gutta-percha, force of the shot, or, in case of its penetrating the reser- suspended. vertically from a rod or bar secured to the balata, parkesine, solid paraffin, or vegetable oils, and

The details of the invention are too voir, to absorb the oil, and prevent its exploding. In therein. These corrugated metal bands serve as racks, up voluminous to admit of our quoting them here.-Patent order to overcome the remaining objections, he uses the and down which attaching hooks are free to slide, but to completed. following arrangement of apparatus :-He takes a sheet which they will hold fast when sustaining a weight.iron tube of sufficient diameter, through which he passes Patent completed.

1223 G. E. DONISTHORPE, Loeds. Apparatus for getting the air for feeding the furnaces over the petroleum con

coal, &c. Dated April 13, 1868. tained in the reservoirs, and the air being thus brought in

1214 M. A. F. Mendons, Paris. Preparation of carbonated One portion of this invention consists in apparatus for contact with the surface of the oils, carries away or

or ettervescent beverages. (A communication.) Dated carrying picks or cutters, when used in getting, coal, &c., absorbs all the inflammable vapours, and conveys them to April 11, 1868.

which, as the apparatus is moved forward, have a rectithe furnace. In this manner there will never be any

This invention is not described apart from the drawings. linear to-and-fro motion given to them to cause them to pressure or gases existing in the reservoirs-Patent com-Patent completed.

cut a groove into the coal or mineral, some difficulty being pleted.

1215 E. DUBOIS and E. CASPER, Cannon-street, London. cut away by the cutter. These small pieces cake together

experienced in removing from the groove the small pieces 1203 J. SUTCLIFFE, Bradford, Yorkshire. Outline maps,

Wet gas meters. (A communication) Dated April 11, into a hård mass at the bottom of the groove, and considercharts, plans, and similar articles for educational purposes. Dated April 11, 1868.

An extension of time has been granted for illing the ably increase the resistance offered to the cutter at the end

of its stroke, as the pieces cannot pass away. Now, This invention consists in the production for educafinal specification of this invention.

according to this invention, in order to facilitate the tional purposes of indelible outlines upon paper, cloth, or

1216 A. BARCLAY, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. Apparatus breaking off and removal of the pieces which are to be other suitable material, having the surface covered or to be used in condensing steam in steam engines. Dated cut away by the cutter at the end of its stroke, the inventor coated with a preparation of lamp black or other sub- April 11, 1868.

stcam escaping from the cylinders of steam engines, by machine, and at its other end carries a cutter. Before

the employment of which the construction of such engines each blow of the rectilinear reciprocating cutter a blow is 1204 J. MARSTON, Bolton, Lancashire, Construction of is much simplified. The apparatus is attached to the given with the lever piek, and its cutter then acts to clean beams or girders, floors and roofs, for fireproof buildings. exhaust pipe or pipes of the engine, and consists of one or cut smooth the bottom of the groove, and also to peneDated April 11, 1868.

or more passiges, terminating in nozzles, through whieh trate a short distance into the coal or mineral at the back One portion of this invention consists in certain im- the exhaust steam escapes, and mixes with water or other of the slice or strip which is to be cut away at the next proved modes of constructing beams or girders, and in condensing fluid or liquid issuing from one or more 'stroke of the rectilinear reciprocating cutter. The bottom


of the groove being thus rendered smooth and even, and rudders and propellers. As, therefore, the stage or struc- for this purpose certain cog wheels and pinion wheels the slice or strip to be removed by the rectilinear recipro- ture takes its bearing on those points of the pontoons or acting in connection with the axle of the carriage or truck. cating cutter being undercut at its end, the slice or strip vessels at which the motion of rolling and pitching is at a -Patent abandoned. will readily be cut off, as the pieces will be able readily to minimum, the whole stage or structure can traverse rough

1245 J. CLARKE, Elton, Lancashire, and A. KAY, Bury break off and to pass away.- Patent abandoned.

water with a proportionately reduced oscillatory motion. Lancashire. Manufacture of paper. Dated April 16, 1868. 1224 E. RICHARDSON, Castle-street, Falcon-square, Lon- / -Patent abandoned.

This invention has for its object the lifting or drawing don. Stays or corsets. Dated April 13, 1868.

1235 W. WATTS, Turner's-court, St. Martin's-lane. the paper from off the endless wire belt after it has passed It is desirable that a readily permeable fabric should be Mangles. Dated April 15, 1868.

through the couching rollers, and delivering it on to the used, so that the necessary support may be given without This invention consists chiefly in the novel means for wet felt roller. The inventors accomplish this by placing confining the moisture which naturally exudes from the giving to the moving part of the mangle a reciprocating a box in front of the bottom couch roller at a convenient skin. The inventor, according to his invention, employs or to-and-fro movement upon its bed, and, also, in peculiar distance, and in this box they place a thoroughfare and in the manufacture of stays and corsets an open fabric devices whereby the tipping of the moving part at either attach pipos to the box leading to fans, or to the chimney, mado by weaving horse hair.-Patent abandoned. end, to allow the rollers to be put in place and removed, or any other convenient place, so as to create a vacuum or is readily and conveniently effocted.-Patent abandoned.

draught in the box which acts on the paper through the 1225 J. COMBE, Belfast. Breaking, spreading, and draring flax, &c. Dated April 13, 1868.

1236 A. V. NEWTON, Chancery-lane. Breech-loading fire thoroughfare, and lifts or draws the paper from the end

less wire belt and delivers it on to the wet felt

roller, which This invention consists in breaking flax or other fibrous arms. (A communication.) Dated April 15, 1868. substances in an angular or diagonal direction across the

This invention is not described apart from the drawings. takes it forward to the drying cylinders. They regulate

the amount of vacuum or draught by means of a valve breadth of the strick instead of square across. The inven- / -Patent completed. tion consists, second, in laying such stricks successively 1237 G. GLOVER, Ranelagh-road, Pimlico. Certain

placed in the pipes.-Patent abandoned. one over another on the feed sheets of the ordinary spreader improvements in the arrangement and construction of sub

1246 E. A. MORGAN, Paisley, Renfrewshire. Manufacframes now in use at regular intervals with the angular merged or subaqueous lamps, and in the fluid used in and ture of the glass rings employed in spinning machines. Dated or diagonal end broken as described foremost, so that adapted to such lamps. (A communication.) Dated April 15, April 16, 1868. when the strick passes on between the back rollers and 1868.

These improvements consist in making the glass rings through the gills towards the nip of the drawing rollers, This invention consists in the employment of certain used in ring and traveller throstles by moulding, in suitthese rollers will seize those fibres Airst which form the hydrocarbonaceous fluids, either separately or in com- able moulds, instead of by blowing, or otherwise, as hereacute angle of the diagonal, and, as the strick advances bination, to produce light in lamps especially adapted to tofore, but, to the moulds separately considered, the inalong with the gill, pins will seize the remaining fibres in submerged or subaqueous lanterns, and also in the ventor makes no claim. The moulds are so exactly formed regular succession till it reaches those fibres which form arrangement and construction of subaqueous lamps for and fitted to each other that the rings produced by them the obtuse angle of the diagonal, which will be the last to lanterns to burn hydrocarbonaceous

fluids, thereby pro- are perfectly truo.--Patent abandoned. he drawn out in forming the sliver. The invention con- ducing perfect combustion, and emitting the greatest 1247 W. CALLANDER, Newton Stewart, Wigton. Appasists, third, in a new arrangement of spreading and draw- amount of light, thus doing away with the objections and ratus for filling cartridges. Dated April 16, 1868. ing frame. The details of the invention are voluminous.-defects consequent on the use of " oil burners" for lamps This invention has for its object the filling of cartridges Patent abandoned. used in submerged lanterns.-Patent eompleted.

with powder and shot or balls by appliances which are, for 1226 O. and S. HARGROVE, Birmingham. Manufacture 1238 E. PAGE, Bedford. Fixing the lines of harrows, dc. the most part, self-acting, and which operate in a rapid of breech-loading actions. Dated April 14, 1868. Dated April 15, 1868.

and efficient manner.-Patent abandoned. This invention consists in the more efficient preservation The object of this invention is to obtain a simple and 1248 R. WEIR and J. GRAY, Glasgow. Furnaces for of the Snider and other breech-loading actions. The in- rigid fixing for the tines of harrows and other agri- burning oil. Dated April 16, 1868. ventors effect this by electro deposition of platinum or cultural implements with facility for adjustment or This invention is not described apart from the drawings. other suitable material, that cannot oxidize as a coating removal of the parts. For this purpose the stem of each -Patent completed. upon the steel spiral, and other springs, and to such other tine is passed through a hole formed for it in a socket,

1249 H. S. EVANS, Bartholomew-close, London. Tans, parts that in use are found to foul or rust, and thereby which, in the case of a harrow, is in part wedge-formed, valves, or apparatus for measuring and registering the quantity impede or prevent the perfect action. -Patent abandoned. to rest in an angle formed by the meeting or crossing of of liquid passed therethrough. Dated April 16, 1863.

the diagonal bars. Another part of each of such sockets 1227 T. SMITH, Leeds, T. W. MILLER, Birstwith, and is contained back over the junction or crossing of the valves, or apparatus for measuring and registering the

This invention has for its object improvements in taps, T. Don, Red Hill, Surrey. Manufacturing wheat and other diagonals, and it is there secured by screw.bolt or other quantity of liquid passed therethrough, and relates to the grain into meal and flour. Dated April 14, 1868.


passing through them. A taper key aids in retaining application of a novel arrangement and combination of This invention consists in simplifying and rendering each tine in the hole in its socket.--Patent completed. more effective and economical the operations of manu

parts whereby given quantities of liquid can be drawn off faciuring wheat and other grain into mealand flour, which

1239 W. S. FLETCHER, Bradford, York. Machinery for from a cask or other vessel, and the number of such quan

Dated tities registered.-Patent completed. the patentees propose to effect by the use of novel and combing or dressing silk, flax, china, grass, cotlon, dc. improved machinery and appliances of the following con. April 15, 1868.

1250 J. H. JOHNSON, Liucoln's Inn-fields. Heating and

This invention has reference to a previous patent, ventilating. (A communication.) Dated April 16, 1868. struction :-First, machinery and appliances of cleaning screening, and decorticating wheat and other grain. granted to J. Smith, and dated September 7, 1867 (No.

The patentee claims, first, the application and use for Second, machinery and appliances to be adapted to mill- 2533. In performing this invention the tuft of Abres is heating, ventilating, and other

purposes, of a small but stones for collecting and discharging the strive in a more presented to the nipping jaws or holders by feed rollers measured quantity of any liquid or saporizable material, ready and effective manner than heretofore, using blast holders being traversed along guides to subject the libres vessel, or pipe, having a large steam space as compared

when the same is enclosed within an air-tight cylinder, as commonly practised. Third, machinery to be adapted to the action of a pair of card belts or toothed or spiked with the volume of the liquid, the radiating and condensto flour machines for separating the flour from the bran, aprons

or chains with combs connected thereto; these ing surfaces of the apparatus being so placed that all the and for separating and discharging the different qualities both sides of the tuft, the teeth intersecting each other again converted into steam. Second, the circulation of

water of condensation is returned to the generator to be of the products.-Patent completed.

when the tuft has passed through one pair of card belts or steam through endless pipes having no openings, when 1228 E. FODEN, Sandbach, Chester. Apparatus to be their equivalents, and the holders are traversed laterally the same is effected by heating a small quantity of water employed for mowing and reaping. Dated April 14, 1868. on guides, then opened at the tuft of fibres drawn partly at a bend or coil of the pipe, and so placing one branch of

This invention relates to the description of mowing and through them by a comb, or supplementary jaws, or the pipe that the water of condensation will return to the reaping machines wherein angular knives are attached to other agents. T'he holders are then again closed, and coil or generator.-Patent completed. a bar having a lateral reciprocating motion, and is designed moved forward, so that the other end of the tuit may be to dispense with such reciprocating motion, and to substi- presented to the action of a second pair of card belts or

1251 J. ROBINSON, Creek-road, Deptford, Kent, Vanatute a continuous progressive movement of the knives or other equivalents, which operate on the end of the Albres, facture of paint. Dated April 16, 1868. cutters.-Patent abandoned. and by this means the noils or short fibres, and im

For this purpose the inventor employs as the pigment 1229 A. L. BRAHAM, Manchester. Manufacture of hats purities, are removed from the long fibres. The mechanism inely ground slate, and he grinds the same with oil and or coverings for the head, called "sou' westers.” Dated April 14, for opening and closing the holders is similar to that other materials, as is usual in the manufacture of paint. 1868. described in the specification of the patent above referred

The slate may be employed alone, and paints of different This invention relates to a certain description of hats to.-Patent completed.

shades may be obtained by selecting suitable slates.

Patent completed. called "Sou' westers." The improvements consist in manufacturing such description of bats or coverings for ment of ores and minerals containing copper to extract copper machinery for turning, screw cutling, boring, and slotting, &c.

1240 R. OXLAND, Compton Gifford, Plymouth. Treat

1252 H. J. FAIRBURN, Goswell-road, London. Portable the head of one entire piece, without seans or sewing, therefrom. Dated April 15, 1868. which is to be effected by the use of ordinary felt batmaking machinery, the blocks and steam or hot chamber containing copper associated with sulphur by calcining or precludes our describing it here. It will probably be

The patentee claims the treatment of ores and minerals Dated April 17, 1868.

The great length of the specification of this invention being altered to suit the peculiar shape of the sou' wester. roasting, then re-calcining or re-roasting the ore in pres described in a future number of this journal.--Patent com-Patent completed.

1230 E. P. H. VAUGHAN, Chancery-lane, London. Manz- sequently lixiviating the orc, so as to dissolve out the pleted. facture of ceramic lesseræ, &c. (A communication) Dated copper as chloride.-Patent completed

1253 O. W. SIEMENS, Great George-street, Westminster. April 4, 1868.

1241 R. WARD, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Machinery for and for a certaining the distance of objects, as also in instru

Improvements in electrical apparatus for transmitling signals, The details of this invention are too voluminous to spinning or listing tobacco. Dated April 15, 1868. admit of our quoting them here.-Patent abandoned.

In place of the present methods of running the tobacco

menis employed in connection with such signalling apparatu. 1231 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Saw handies. rolls, the inventor runs the tobacco on to the reel in the on to the reel to be afterwards taken off and formed into

(A communication.) Dated April 17, 1868.

This invention is not described apart from tho drawings. (A communication.) Dated April 14, 1868.

-Patent completed. This invention consists in making a saw blade with a roll form, as required for sale.-Patent abandoned.

1254 G. D. KITTOE and P. BROTHERHOOD, Compton. slot in the rear end, which slot in form and size corre- 1242 R. ROBY, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. Construction street, Clerkenwell. sponds to the form and size of a bolt carried in tbe of horse rakes. Dated April 15, 1868.

Apparatus for refrigerating or cooling handle, one end of which bolt is provided with screw

worts and other liquids. Dated April 17, 1868.

This invention relates to a novel arrangement of parts, This invention consists in so constructiong the appathreads to which is fitted a screw nut placed in a recess whereby, when the rake is full of collected material, the made in the said handle; the back end of the said blade is power of the horse is employed to raise the tines and ing fluid to circulate in opposite directions, through sac

ratus as to cause the liquid to be cooled, and the refrigeratfitted into a groove made in the front end of the handle. liberate the material. The way in which the patentee cessive pipes, tubes, or passages and chambers respectively, The part of the handle which is grasped by the hand of attains this end will be understood by referring to the thereby exposing each for a lengthened period of flow to the operator is formed of wood, and is secured to the drawing.–Patent completed.

the influence of the other, and so as always to keep the motal part by means of screws or rivets.-Patent abandoned.

1243 F. A. LEIGH, New Ross, Wexford. Machine for tubes full, provision being likewise made for quickly planting potatoes. Dated April 16, 1863.

emptying, and readily cleansing them.--Patent com1282 H. Hughes, Homerton. Manufacture of pipings The carriage to contain the mechanism is mounted on pleted. and folds, or plis of satin, dc. Dated April 14, 1868. wheels, with one wheel in front, and may either be 1255 H. O. ROBINSON, Glasgow. An improred screx pre

Hitherto pipings and folds or plis have been made wheeled by hand, like a wheel barrow, or be drawn by a peller. Dated March 17, 1868. entirely from the satin or other material. Now, by this horse or other animal; the carriage is a box in which seed invention the inventor economizes the material, and pro- potatoes are placed, on the axle of the front wheel, and a propellers in which the blade or blades attached to cach

The patentee claims, first, the construction of screw duces a better piping or fold, the edges of the satin or pulley is fixed over which passes a pitch chain; this chain division of the boss is or are arranged to fold behind each material being prevented from becoming frayed.-Patent also passes over another pulley fixed on an axle situated other in the line of the sternpost, when the propeller is abandoned.

at the top of the aforesaid box, and imparts rotary motion not in action, or when backing, as described. Second, the 1233 M. P. W. BOULTON, Tew Park, Oxfordshire.

to two wheels, respectively placed at the top and botton construction of the boss in separate divisions, so that, Apparatus for receiring motion or energy from fluids. Dated which are fixed, at enitable distances apart, small cups or are thrown or fall into the positions requisite for propel

of the box containing the seed potatoes; a pitch chain, on when the engines are driven "a-head," the propeller blades April 14, 1868.

The details of this invention are too voluminous to spikes, passes over these wheels, and the said cups operate ling, and, when reversed, they are folded behind each admit of our quoting them here.-Patent completed.

as elevators to bring the potatoes regularly over the top of other, as described.-Patent completed.

the box, thence they drop into a funnel which deposits 1234 B. and B. A. BLACKBURN, Hans-place, Chelsea. them on the ground at regular intervals behind the wheel 1256 W. GORMAN, Glasgow. Improvements in the manaRafts or stages to carry passengers, merchandize, articles, and in the furrow, the land being first ploughed in furrows, or facture of iron and steel. Dated April 17, 1868. things at sea, &c. Dated April 14, 1868. the two machines may be worked in combination, and the

This invention has for its object the manufacturing of The object of this invention is to carry large numbers potatoes, when planted, may be covered over by another iron and steel in an improved manner, and with a dimiof passengers and goods over water with the steadiness plough following the potatoe-planting machine. — Patent pished expenditure of fuel

. One part of the invention rewhich an ordinary vessel has only at its centre of gravity, abandoned,

lates to the manufacturing of the same metals from the the structure being capable of passing through narrow 1244 C. Burns, Middle Scotland-yard, Westminster. Blag, cinder, or refuse ordinarily produced in refining channels. To effect this, a long stage or other suitable Propelling or shunting carriages and goods trucks on locomotive crude or cast iron, and in making malleable iron.

Patent structure upon or in which passengers and goods can be railways. Dated April 16, 1863. accommodated is supported above the water level by The object of this invention is to facilitate the moving 1257 D. Smiru, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane. means of girders, the ends of which are pivoted or jointed or "shunting" of passenger carriages and goods trucks Securing tubes in steam boilers and other vessels. (A commuto the stage, and to three or more pontoons, so as to give on locomotive railways, especially at railway stations, by nication.) Dated April 17, 1868. certain freedom of movement in all directions at the manual power, and thereby avoiding horse power, now The nature of this invention consists in fitting the ends centres of gravity of the pontoons or reseels fitted with generally adopted for that purpose. The patentee uses of the tube in a ferrule, which is constructed and screwed

into the tube plate in such a manner that it can be readily other submerged surfaces from corrosion and marine 3266 W. Dawes, Kingston-grovo, Leeds. An improved
unscrewed to allow the tube to be removed, when required. growths, and in compositions to be so employed. (A com- pulley block.
-Patent abandoned.

8227 W. K. Foster, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Certain new

Dated October 26, 1868. 1258 W. E. GEDGE, Wellington-street, Strand. Chemical

3267 P. M. Crane, Manchester. Improvements in sizing product applicable to the electrical pile, &c. (A communica- | and useful improvements in carriage wheels. tion.) Dated April 17, 1868.

and dressing cotton yarns or cotton warps. This new chemical product is obtained by the reaction

Date: October 22, 1868.

3268 W. Heasler. Greenwich, Kent. Improvements in of a mixture of chlorate of potash and of chlorhydric acid 3228 F. Bennett and R. Ward, New Broadl-street, City. machinery for coating wire with india-rubber, guttaon inercary. The immediate result is a chlorhydrate of a A new mode of, and means or apparatus for, facilitating percha, and other materials for telegraphic and other double chloride of mereary and potassium-Patent aban- the capture of whales and other fish or animals. (Partly purposes doned. a communication )

3262 B. Nicoll, Regent-street. An improved plastic 3229 1259 W. E. GEDGE, Wellington-street, Strand. Appara- Middlesex.

K. J. Winslow, Montpelier-row, Twickenham, composition suitable for ornamenting floors, walls, and tus for pulling boots and shoes on the feet. (A communica- motion to asleg.

An improved method of conveying rotary ceilings of buildings, and for the manufacture of mantle

pieces, pillars, pilastera, and other like parts of buildings. tion.) Dated April 17, 1868. This invention is not described apart from the drawings. proved engine for raising and forcing water. (A commu3250 M. A. F. Jennons, Newgate-street, City. An im

3270 O. Harrison, Manchester, and R. Wilson, Parson

age, Manchester. Apparatus for indicating a rise or fall --Patent completed. nication.)

of temperature for fire, alarm, and other purposes. 1260 LIEUT. F. BACON, Wymondham Rectory, Leicester- 231 J. Nyder, Manchester. Certain improvements in

3271 J. Loader and W. H. Child, Finsbury, Middlesex. shire. Breech-loading firearms. Dated April 17, 1868. kiins for burning bricks, lime, or other similar materials. Improvements in rotary engines. The patentee claims the employment of a coiled 3232 C. Akrill, Abbey-roud, West Ham, Essex. Im

3272 W. A. Lyttle, General Post Office, Middlesex. Imspring in such manner that it serves to project forward, provements in apparatus for burning creosote and other provements in electro-telegraphic instruments. the striker being retained until the moment of firing. He combustible liquids,

3273 W. E. Gedge, Wellington-street, Strand. An imalso clains the combining a sliding bolt and cover, as 3233 G. T. Bousfell, Loughborough Park, Brixton, proved gas burner. (A communication.) described. He also claims the forming the striker with a Surrey. Improvements in machinery for propelling

3274 W. Boulton, Providence Foundry, Burslem, Staf

fordshire. T-form, or similar head, and causing it to travel through water craft. (A communication.)

Improvements in the method of, and maa similarly formed passage in the sear, with which passage, 3234 C. D. Abel, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- chinery or apparatus for, manufacturing oval and irregular as soon as it has passed out, the torsion of the coiled lane. An improved system of railways and of rolling shaped articles of pottery, striker spring canses it to cease to correspond, so that the stock and structures therefor. (A communication.)

3275 J. Jones, Chestnut House, Stratford, Essex, and spring, which is then compressed, is retained until hy the 3235 T. Carr, Richmond-roal, Montpelier, Bristol.

S. P. Bidder, jun., Hillfield, Mitcham, Surrey. Improveaction of the trigger overcoming the torsional action of Improvements in, or applicable to, machinery for disin- ments in the means and apparatus for breaking down the spring, the passage of the sear, and the end of the tegrating or pulverising minerals, ores, clays, chemicals, coal, stone, and other minerals. striker, are again brought to agree. -Patent completed. artificial manures, and various other substances and

3276 T. Speight, sen., and W. H. France, Bradford, articles of manufacture, and for mixing or separating Yorkshire. Improvements in wool combing machines. various materials, and for dispersing fluids, semi-fluids,

3277 T. Priestley and W. Deighton, Bradford, Yorkshire. and molten metals to facilitate or produce chemical or Improvements in looms for weaving. other changes.

3278 W. Mort, Fenchurch-street, City. An improved

method of, and apparatus for, obtaining reduction of tem

Dated October 23, 1868. APPLICATIONS FOR LETTERS

perature by the expansion of air or other permanent gases 3236 W. T. Carrington, Park-street, Westminster, H. in special connection with the preservation of articles of PATENT.

Gielgud and Z. L. Wessely, Goorge-yard, City. Improve-food, the manufacture of ice, cooling of rooms and liquids. ments in breech-loading firearms.

(A communication.) 3237 A. B. Berard, Avenue Montaigne, Paris. Improve- 3279 F. Ransome, Queen Street-place, Southwark Dated October 20, 1868.

ments in the processes and apparatuses for converting Bridge, City. Improvements in preserving and hardening cast iron into steel.

stone, brick, cement, and other building materials. 3197 W. Dore and J. Thornhill, Manchester. Certain 3233 R. Dowling, Exeter. Improvements in bottles

3230 A. M. Clark, Chancery-lane. Improvements in improvements in motive power engines. 3195 H. A. Bonneville, Sackville-street. Piccadillypers for the same. particularly intended for containing poisons, and in stop- the means of, and machinery for, scouring wool. (A com

munication.) Improvements in safety lamps for miners. (A communi.

3239 T. Walker, Birmingham. An improved lever cation.)

buckle or fastening for scarfs, neckties, braces, belts, 3199' J. Elce, Manchester. Certain improvements in garters, and other articles of wearing apparel. mules for spinning and doubling.

3240 J. Birch, Railway Steel Plant Company, Limited, PROVISIONAL PROTECTION FOR SIX MONTHS 3200 J. A. Farrar and B. R. Huntley, Hartlepool, Newton Heath, Lancashire. Certain improvements in Durham. Alterations and improvements in the hatches the method or process of casting Bessemer steel ingots,

Has been granted upon Specifications bearing the foland cabins of ships, and for ventilating the same. and in apparatus connected therewith.

lowing numbers :3201 G. Voigt, Cahir, Tipperary. Certain improve- 3241 W. W. Tonkin, De Beauvoir-road, Kingsland, ments in railway brakes.

Middlesex. Improvements in the valves of engines or 2146 2936 2968 2938 3012 30 15 3066 3115 3202 C. Lauenstein, Manchester. Certain improvements pumps.

28 49 29 10 2969

2992 3016 3046 3068 3119 in the method of purifying and decolorizing parasin. (A 3212 J. de Redon and T. Faucheux, Caversham-road, 2874 2944 2970 2994 3022 3043 3070 3125 communication.) Kentish-road, Middlesex. Improvements in the manufac. 2888 2946

2971 2996 3024 3050 3089 3129 3203 G. Chapman, Glasgow. Improvements in treating ture of cigars and cigarettes, and in the apparatus for 2901 2948 2972 2998 3026 3051 3091 3133 sewage in order to obtain valuable products therefrom. effecting the same.

2920 2952 2974 3000 3030 3054


3135 3204 E. T. Hughes, Chancery-lane. Improvements in 3243 J. Gregson and W. Monk, Preston, Lancashire. 2923 2954 2976 8002 3034 3056


3137 tea and coffee pots. (A communication.) Improvements in looms for weaving.

2924 2956 2978 3004 3038 3058


3139 3205 E. Harrison, City of New Ilaven, Connecticut. An 3244 M. Sautter, Rue de la Chaussee d'Antin, Paris. 2926 2958 2980 3006

3010 3060 3107 3141 improvement in mills for grinding and flouring grain. Improvements in preparing wool. (A communication.) 2929 2960 2981

3008 3042 8062 3109 3145 3206 J. Sykes and G. Malin, High Holborn. An 3245 M. Sautter, Rue de la Chaussee d'Antin, Paris. 2930 2962 2986 3010 3044 3064 3113 8151 improved composition to be used for filling up the bodies Improvements in preparing fibre from bamboo or cane 2934 2964 of carriages and other substances previous to receiving for the manufacture of textile fabrics. (A communicathe colouring matter.

tion.) 3237 J. Lorkin, Norwood, Surrey. Improvements in 3246 C. B. James, Redditch, Worcestershire. Improvepipes for smoking tobacco.

ments in needle-cases and wrappers. 3208 E. T. Hughes, Chancery-lane. Improvements in 3247 J. Bernard, Salisbury-street, Strand. Improvemachines for polishing and finishing needles, and in ments in preparing and dressing ores and minerals, and NOTICES OF INTENTION TO PROCEED WITH apparatus for arranging the needles for delivery thereto. in the machinery or apparatus employed therein.

PATENTS. (A communication.) 3209 D. and A. Posener, Mansell-street, Goodman's

Dated October 24, 1868.

From the * London Gazette," October 20, 1863. Fields, Middlesex, and M. Unger, Duke-street, Aldgate,

3243 I. Bagge, High Holborn. Improvements in smeltCity. Improvements in holders for glass and other globes ing, carburizing, and purifying iron.

1990 A. J. B. P. Thierry. Marine velocipedes.

2037 M. and J. Mackie. Steam boilers. or shades for gaseliers, chandeliers, and other analogous 3249 J. Anderson, Ballymacarrett, Downshire. Improve- 2038 T. Restell. Sporting guns. purposes.

ments in the manufacture of felts. 3210 J. F. Brinjes, Fieldgate-street, Whitechapel,

2053 T. Dodd. Covering railway trucks. 3250 J. Spratt, High Holborn. Improved preparations Middlesex. Improvements in centrifugal machinery or of food for horses, cattle, game, poultry, and other

2068 C. Mather. Excavating soil. apparatus employed in the separation of fluid from other domestic animals, such preparations being capable of

2129 J. B. Brown. Furnaces for calcining ores.

2156 B. P. Walker. Effecting the junctions of driving matters.

admixture with compounds for the production of a medi-bands. 3211 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Improvements cated food for man. in boots and shoes. (A communication.) 3251 B. Hunt, Serle-street, Lincoln's Inn. Improve-l animal oils.

2356 F. Lambe, A. O. Sterry, and J. Fordred. Treating 3212 J. M. Brierley, Milk-street, City, and E. ('. Vina, ments in power capstans. (A communication.) Chequer-alley, Bunhill-row, Middlesex. Improvements in

2373 W.R. Lake. Sewing masincs. (A communicafastenings for stays, corsets, and bodices, which improve. Improvements in the construction of conservatories,

9252 N. S. Burus, Janchester, and E. S. Eyland, Bristol. tion.) ments are also applicable to other articles of wearing glasshouses, and structures in which capability of con

2543 C. Evotte. Machine for turning wooden cogs of apparel.

cog wheels. traction and expansion may be desired. 2313 W. Maudslay and W. C. Rawling, Liverpool.

2565 J. Palmer. Elliptic springs for carriages.

3253 C. W. Davis, King Edward-street, City. ImproveImprovements applicable to furnaces and boilers.

2569 W. Corbitt. Decorating the surfaces of stoves. ments in the manufacture of paper collars, cuffs, and 2661 B. Burrows, sen. Machinery to facilitate the sepa3214 J. Westwood, jun., Tredegar House, Bow-road, similar articles.

ration of skeins. Middlesex. Improvements in the construction of socket 3254 G. Nurse, Dortmund, Westphalia, Prussia. Im

2769 J. Stewart and J. Nicholson. Continuous expanjoints for metal piles and columns.

provements in apparatus employed in connection with sion engines. 3215 T. Forster, Streatham, andJ. Heartfield, Stanley- the coating of metals.

2841 A. Rooker Curtain rings. road, Thornton Heath, Surrey. Improvements in sponge 8255 E. Wimbridge, Great James-street, Middlesex.

2889 W. Haynes. Machinery for dressing leather. or bath gloves, part of which invention is also applicable Improvements in preparing or manufacturing blocks for 2899 J. H. Johnson. Machinery for lighting gas. (A to the joining india-rubber sponge. surface printing.

3256 A. Giraud, Gray's Inn-road, Middlesex. Improve-

2908 S. Fox. Umbrellas.
Dated October 21, 1868.
ments in separating silver from argentiferous lead, in

2912 W.J. Murphy and J. B. O'Hica. Riflod barrels for 3216 J. Stafford, Phoenix-street, Somers Town, Middle- purifying lead, and in apparatus for the same.

small arms. sex. Improvements in chimney terminals, also spplicable 3257 W. Reid, Granton, Mid Lothian. Improvements in 2916 R. Harling. Telegraphic instruments. to ventilators.

trucks or waggons for the conveyance of cattle on rail- 2979 J.H. Irwin. Lamps, 3217 J.J. Parkes, London-street, Paddington, Middlesex. ways, and in apparatus or means to be employed for food 2983 A. V. Newton. Boots and shoes. (A communicaImprovements for making stoves for cooking and heating ing and watering the cattle during the journey, and for tion.) purposes by gas and other means. ventilating the trucks or waggons.

8117 W. R. Lake. Process for electro-plating with 3218 0. Shaw, Wicker Iron Works, Sheflleld. Improve- 3253 W. G. James, Queen's-square, Middlesex. Im- nickel. (A communication.) ments in propelling vessels.

provements in propelling. 3219 I. Holden, M.P., Oakworth House, near Keighley, 3259 S. Clark, Rother Iron Works Company, Rye, Yorkshire. Improvements in means or apparatus em- Sussex. Improvements in machinery or apparatus for

From the “ London Gazetto," October 27, 1868. ployed in combing wool and other fibres,

cleaning and decorticating cotton, (Partly a communica- 1447 W. R. Lake. Dynamometers. (A communica3220 H. Clifton, New Bond-street, Middlesex. Improve- tion.)

tion.) ments in butter churns.

3260 H. E. Newton, Chancery-lane. Improvements in 1938 J. Howden. Steam engines. 3221 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Improve- steam pumps. (A communication.)

1965 G. B. Turrell. Coolers for beer. ments in reels or bobbing. (A communication.)

3261 H. Mayhew, Muscum-street, Bloomsbury, Middle- 1971 W. and J. Rhodes, Safes. 3222 T. Richards and O. H. Carter, Birmingham. Im- sex. An improved button fastening,

1974 J. and E. Lumley. Machine for the manufacture provements in extractors for breech-loading pistols.

3262 W. E. Gedge, Wellington-street, Strand. An of pills. 3223 H. C. E. Malet, New Bond-street, Middlesex. improved glove fastening. (A communication.)

1979 T.C. Hide. Dressing fax. (A communication.) Improvements in projectiles for small arms and ordnance. 3263 J. L. Kieffer, Mark-lane, City. Improvements in 1931 W. S. Carr. Water-closets, 3224 E. O. W. Whitehouse, Stoke Newington, Middlesex. sewing machines..

1983 E. R. Kaulbach. Rotary engine. An improved mode of protecting telegraph wires.

3261 E. A. Rippingille, Holborn Hill. Improvements in 1986 D. and J. Greig. Lithographic printing machines. 3225 H. Warner, Old Jewry Chambers, City. Improve- means or apparatus employed when obtaining motive 1988 M. P. W. Boulton. Apparatus for obtaining motive ments in mowing machines, and in apparatus applicable power, parts of which improvements are also applicable power. to adapt the same for brusbing and sweeping. to other purposes.

1989 F. B. Daring and R. H. Twigg. Machinery for 3226° C. M.Millan, Northumberland-street, Sunderland, 3265 J, Silvester, West Bromwich, Staffordshire. Im- boring rock. Durham. Improvements in protecting iron ships and provements in pressure or steam gauges.

1991 T. Heppell. Miners' safety lamps.









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1993 W. Umpherston. Steam engines.

PARIS EXHIBITION, 1867.-GOLD MEDAL. 2002 J. Shelmerdine, W. Walker, and E. Holt, Valve gear for steam engines.

2008 E. T. Hughes. Machines for polishing needles. (A communication.)

2009 E. T. Hughes. Metallic cartridges. (A communication)

2011 W. A. Gilbee. Machinery for the manufacture of At the Great Triennial Trials of the ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY of ENGLAND, held at cards for carding. (A communication.) 2013 A. M. Clark. Machinery for winding thread. (A

Bury St. Edmunds, July, 1867, received the following Awards :communication.) For Single Cylinder Portable Steam Engine,

THE FIRST PRIZE OF £25. 2014 O. Whitehouse. Mill bills and picks for dressing millstones, For Double Cylinder Portable Steam Engine,

THE FIRST PRIZE OF £25. 2020 J. and A. Douglas. Mowtng machines. 2021 O. Johnson, Builers. For Horizontal Cylinder Fixed Engine,

THE FIRST PRIZE OF £20. 2025 (T. Burgess. Reaping machines, For Double Blast Finishing Thrashing Machine,

THE PRIZE OF £15. 2029 B. T. Moore. Apparatus for protecting water pipes from injury by frost.

Also the Society's Silver Medal for Adjusting Blocks for Misshines. 2041 R. Elsdon. Burning cement. 2042 E. Mucklow. Utilizing refuse tanning matters. 2043 J. Briggs. Constructing ingot moulds.

Tho duty performed by all C., S., and Co's Engines on this occasion considerably exceeded that of any others. C., 5., and Co. refe 2044 J. Jack. Applying auxiliary screw propellers to with 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 sailing ships.

any " ordinary" Engine at Bury. 2057 S. S. Maurice. Fastening for neckties. (A communication.)

2059 A. Thompson. Water-closets. • 2067 I. Baggs and F. Braby. Extrication of ammonia. 2097 W. Daglish. Kilns for burning bricks.

LINCOLN, and 78, LOMBARD STREET, LONDON. B 29 * 2132 J. A. Muller. Registering the flow of liquids.

2140 A. M. Clark. Fastening for boots. (A communication.)

2157' A. P. Price. Treatment of phosphates of lime. (A M. WARNE and Co., Sole Manufaccommunication.)

of the PATENT VOLUTE HOSE; Consolidated 2183 A. M. Clark. Looms for weaving. (A communi- Emery Wheels, Iinproved Junction Rubber for Valves, Pump cation.)

Buckets, Steam Packing, Hydraulic Rams, Gas Works, &c. Ferru2296'J. H. Johnson. Production of a red colouring sinous Cement Packing, India-rubber Mats for doorways, baths, &c.

the '; matter. (A communication.)

Self-closing Pinches; the Junction Rubber Soles for boots and shoes, 2302 L. Dulac. Drying and heating all kinds of threads. &c., and the Mineralized (Red) India-rubber for Valves, &c. Manu2409 H, Moule. Fireplaces.

facturers also of all descriptions of Vulcanized India-rubber Sheets This

Valves, Washers, &c.; Hoke Pipes, Tubing, &c.; Waterproof and Air2437 C. Wilson. Apparatus for reeflng sails. proof Goods, &c.

Leather 2446 E. Evans. Mills for grinding wheat.

WM, WARNE & Co., 9, Gresham-street West, E.C., 2783 T. Bennett. Manufacture of spoons.

combines and Tottenham, N.

A 33 2877 H. Vansittart. Screw propellers.

extraordinary 2968 C. D. Abel. Converting cast iron into wrought iron. (A commnnication.)


strength with

Or 2986 H. J. and J. W. Girdlestone. Treating ships to

lightness and great GIRDER BEAMS,

E. correct compass deviations.

suppleness. For 3000 0. W. Powers. Sewing machines. (A communi

of a variety of sizes, from 3in. to 20in. deop, cation.)

with top and bottom flanges to 6in., varying

in thickness from gin. to lin. thick on the MILLBANDS and 8003 B. W. Stevens, Picker spindles of looms for

web, and rolled out to 40ft. lengths.

LACES weaving 3033 B. E.R. Newlands. Manufacture of manure.


it is unrivaled. 3063 W. E. Newton, Knitting machinery. (A com

BARS, munication.)

AND ALL KINDS OF ROLLED IRON. 3118 R. Tod. Apparatus for separating sharps or mid

Also Manufacturers of all other descripdlings, and groats of wheat. (A communication.)

tions of

Books of Sections, Prices, and other informa3155 H. A. Bonneville. Elastic moulds. (A commu

tion, will be supplied on application to

Leather, Fire Engine Hose, Bands, &c. nication.)


WILLIAM RYDER, 3198 H. A. Bonneville. Safety lamps for miners. (A communication.)


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ROSCOE'S SELF-ACTING LUBRICATORS FOR The full titles of the patents in the above list can be ascertained by referring back to their numbers in the list

STEAM ENGINES. of provisional protections previously published. THOMAS TURTON AND SONS,


Manufacturers of Opposition can be entered to the granting of a patent to

APPLY TO any of the parties in the above list, who have given notice CAST STEEL for Cutters, Punches, Taps, and of their intention to proceed, within twenty-one days from Dies, Turning Tools, Chisels, &c.

EDWIN H. NEWBY, the date of the Gazette” in which the notice appears, by CAST STEEL Piston Rods, Crank Pins, Connectleaving at the Commissioners' office, particulars in writing

ing Rods, Straight and Crank Axles, Shafts, and Forgings of 39A, KING WILLIAM STREET, CITY, late of the objection to the application,

every description.
FILES, marked T. TURTON. Superior to any

other make. (See results of trial in the "Times," July 26, 1851.)

The above Lubricators grcase every particle of steam previous to

passing through the valves into the cylinder, TOOLS of all kinds for Engineers, Railways, ConPATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £50

tractors, &c., &c. HAS BEEN PAID.

EDGE TOOLS, marked WM. GREAVES and 2698 T. Routledge, D. 2771 T. Greenwood SONS. Electro-Boracic Steel, warranted to wear out three Tools

STERNE'S PATENT Bentley, and j. B. 2784 W. and E. Westmore

made of Cast Steel. Jackson



GERMAN STEEL, 2726 J. Wright

2813 A. Boissonneau SPRINGS, BUFFERS, and CAST STEEL TYRES DRAW & BEARING SPRINGS. 2738 A. Chaplin 2835 H. Bessemer

For Locomotive Engines, Railway Carriages, and Waggons. 2751 G. L. Scott

2838 J. B. Elkington 2756 T. R. Crampton

These springs are no longer an ex2860 R. O. Mansell SHEAF WORKS and SPRING WORKS,

periment, and are more elastie, 2759 E. Hunt 2885 C. Cochrane SHEFFIELD.

durable, and economical than any 2762 H. Wilde 2902 C. W. Jones London Warehouse: 35, QUEEN-STREET, CITY,

others, possessing the advantage of 2766 L. Bennett 2987 W. Clark Where the Larger Stock of Steel, Files, Tools, &c., &c., may be

being suitable for eitherbot or cold 2767 G. W. Bacon 3009 T. Redwood

selected from.
B 74

climates, and without liability to

breakage; and are in use on the Hewitt's

Great Western, London and South PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £100 Patent BLOCK PREVENTIVE COMPOSITION is the simplest AT REST.-Fig. 1.

Western, Metropolitan, Hoylake, HAS BEEN PAID. and safest in application ; warranted harmless in its action on the

Great Southern, Great Southern 2583 W. T. Weston

2656 I. L. Pulvermacher
cocks, &c.; effects a saving of 33 per cent. in fuel. Many improve-

and Western, Delhi and other lines ments have been made in the manufacture during the last four years, 2632 J. H. Johnson

2668 W. Wharton
and the composition enjoys the highest reputation in the Royal Ar-

of Railway at home and abroad.

VINA 2646 C. Brison and A. 2669 E. Chambers senal, H.M.'s Dockyards, and other Government and many large pri

They are also in use for Mining

ANITY Chavanno 2834 W. J. Hay vate establishments in the country. Price 42s. per cwt. --Address to


Cages. Sections and models of the (the principal agent) Mr. HARRIS, 25, Denbigh-place. London, 8.W.

above, and other railway and meN.B.--Engineers are respectfully invited to give the compo a trial.

chanical appliances, and B 100


COMPRESSED IN various applications of the junction LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS PUBLISHED,

ACTION.-Fig. 2. of rubber to metal, can be seen at
For the week ending October 24, 1868.

the Offices of
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No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr.

Chucks, Crank, Treadle, &c., complete, 3in., 4in., 5in., and 6in. centres.
Ulustrated Lists, two stamps.

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N.B.-Amateurs supplied with Lathe Castings, Materials, and 643 0 8 6930 8757 0 61 87810 4 9050 41 931 0 4 Instructions for fitting up.

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INDER and KINSEY'S PATENT 645 0 8 6940 4 7600 108810 4 90610 4 9320 4

GAS ENGINE-Prices :--}-horse power, £85; 2-horse power, 646 0 86990 10 7640 8 8830 4 9080 4 9380 4

£110; 3-horse power, £135. Delivered Free to any railway station 650 0 8 7020 8 7720 88840 4 909 0 4 9300 4

in England or Scotland. 656 1 8 7100 67740 10 8910 8 91010 4 989 0 4

The Medical Profession for thirty years have approved of

These new engines have been severely tested for some months, and 658 0 10 7110 10 7790 8 8930 4 9110 49400 4 this pure Solution of Magnesia as the best remedy for Acidity of the

are giving every satisfaction. 663 0 6 7180 10 788 3 10 8950 4 9120 Stomach, Heartbarn, Headache, Gout, and Indigestion: and as the

It has been proved that the most economical results are obtained 4 9450 4 best mild aperient for delicate constitutions,

especially adapted for by the use of electricity, and that with ordinary care and cleanliness 666 0 4 7220 6 7970 41 8960 4 9150 4 949 0 4 Ladies, Children, and Infants.

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Further particulars on application at the offices of the Gas Engine

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