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with which it is mixed. When the different materials are they had all his pictures, finished and unfinished,

separated from each other they are inexplosive.-Patent photographed before they were sold, so that any

completed. touched by other hands can at once be detected.

1428 J. WARNE, Blackfriars-road. Union junction or The inauguration of the Genoa and Chiavari

fastening for pipes and tubes. Dated May 1, 1868. Railway took place on the 31st October, and the line

The patentee claims attaching to or forming in a piece was to be opened to the public on the 5th November. ABRIDGED SPECIFICATIONS OF

with one end of & tube tap, one, two, or more projecting The length of this railway is 34 kilometres. Between


pieces or studs, and in providing a nut with recesses or Genoa and Chiavari there are not less than thirty

apertures corresponding therewith, the said not carrying nine tunnels, the total length of which are 15 The Abridged Specifications of Patents given below are a loose flanged tube to receive another and flexible tube, kilometres, or nearly half the entire length of the classified, according to the subject to which the respective the nut and tap tubu being secured by passing the reline. The longest tunnel is that of Ruta, which is inventions refer, in the following table. By the system cesses over the studs and turning the nut. -Patent com3,047.25 metres in length. The maximum gradient order of the specificatious is preserved and combined with is 6 in 1,000.

1429 W. E. EVERITT, Birmingham. Manufacture of all the advantages of a division into classes. It should be In Chicago (of course) a fellow named Reed was anderstood that these abridgments are prepared exclu-copper, brass, and mela! tubes. Dated May 1, 1868.

Here the patentee takes a solid copper rod, ingot, or arrested, charged with passing two 16 dollars sively for this Magazine from official copies supplied by

the Government, and are, therefore, the property of the lump, as the case may be, and bores, drills, or punches & counterfeit notes. The charge was fully proven: Proprietors of this Magazine. Other papers are hereby bolo through it of any desired diameter. He then rolls out whereupon Reed proved that he had stolen the bills

warned not to produce them without an acknowledg. this solid tube in a heated state upon a plug and rod between from a comrade. The fact that he stole the money ment:

grooved collars to any desired length, the process of rol

ling drawing the tube off the plug. He then anneals the was considered evidence that ho supposed the money BCILERS AND FURNACES_1432, 1441, 1480, 1494 to be good, and the fact that the money was BUILDINGS AND BUILDING MATERIALS—1439, 1452

tube and further produces it to the required extent by the

operation of drawing upon a draw bench. For brass and counterfeit being not money in the eyes of the law, CULTIVATION OF THE Soil, including agricultural imple other metal tubes, he casts a thick solid tube, instead of it was contended that no offence was committed in

ments and machines—1436, 1491, 1492, 1507, 1508, 1515 boring, as before mentioned, and then proceeds in the the stealing of it, and he was forthwith discharged. ELECTRICAL APPARATUS—None.

manner above described.-Patent completed. MR. JOHN FRETWELL, jun., writes to the - Society FIBROUS FABRICS, including machinery for treating fibre, 1430 P. MARLIN and A. TACK, Brussels. Transformiag of Arts Journal," to say that he saw on the 9th inst. pulp, paper, &c.—1431, 1138, 1440, 1445, 1456, 1466, 1474, hydrocarbon oils into gas for illuminating and heating pur. on board the Aberdeen whaler “ Kate," Capt. Fraser,

1476, 1495, 1506

poses. Dated May 1, 1868. now unloading at Peterhead, a quantity of white FOOD AND BEVERAGES, including the apparatus for pre

The patentees claim the transformation of liquid hydrowhale skins, which the captain had brought as an FURNITURE AND APPAREL, including household utensils, called creosote, into gas by the following means: First,

carbons, and especially the heavy or dead oils of coals, experiment to this country. He believes it is the time-keepers, jewellery, musical instruments, &- they reduce or convert the hydrocarbon oils into repours first time that they have been imported, and they 1153, 1477, 1496

in any distilling apparatus. Second, into the tube by which seem' fitted to produce a tough and serviceable GENERAL MACHINERY - 1423, 1426, 1134, 1447, 1450, 1458, the hydrocarbon vapoars pass from the still they introduce leather. The “ Kate” has brought home the oil of Liguring, HEATING, AND VENTILATING—1430, 1444, 1478, hydrocarbon vapours. Third, they cause the vapours and 250 white whales, and should their skins prove

1481, 1193, 1513 valuable they will offer an additional source of Merals, including apparatus for their manufacturo- thus be used without any alteration.-Patent completed.

steam, mixed, to pass into ordinary gas retorts, which can profit to those engaged in this dangerous enterprise. 1462, 1489, 1516

The Pennsylvania Railway Company has already MISCELLANEOUS-1425, 1428, 1429, 1433, 1437, 1442, 1443, 1431 J. H.JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn-fields, London. Burling rebuilt the great bridge over the Susquehannah at 1146, 1448, 1451, 1454, 1467, 1468, 1469, 1470, 1471, 1472, and shearing textile fabrics. (A communication.) Dates Harrisburgh. This bridge is 3,680ft. long, and has 1479, 1483, 1484, 1486, 1487, 1438, 1497, 1499, 1500, 1502, May 1, 1863. 23 timber spans of 150ft. each. Although traffic ROADS AND VEHICLES, including railway plant and car

1503, 1505, 1509, 1510, 1514

This invention relates to certain improvements in some

of the details, as well as in the general arrangement and was uninterrupted, as other avenues for crossing the riages, saddlery, and harness, &c.-1455, 1463, 1490, combination, of the various parts of that class of mariver were temporarily used, in 12 days from the SHIPS AND Boats, including their Attings--1435, 1460. chinery for burling and shearing textile fabrics wherein time five spans of the old structure were destroyed STEAM ENGINES–1464, 1465

reciprocating blades having channelled and serrated cutthis damago was thoroughly repaired. This celerity WARFARE—1427, 1501

ting edges are employed for burling and shearing the

fabric, which is hold in a distended state in contact with is due to the watchful forethought which provides for every emergency, and the energy with which all 1423 J. LILLIR, Manchester. Regulating, measuring, and such blades. The chief objects of these improvements are

the affording facility for accurately adjusting the distance works essential to the accommodation of the public registering the flow of liquids. Dated May 1, 1868. on this road are prosecuted.

The patentee claims an arrangement of separate cham-between the contiguous cutting edges of the blades, and

bers of different capacities, with separate counting or ensuring their perfect parallelism; also the enabling both ACCORDING to the report of the Tower Subway registering apparatus, and floats, and air valves, coinprísed sides or surfaces of the piece of goods to be operated upon Company, satisfactory tenders have been received in one complete apparatus, having a supply and outlet simultancously in the same machine. The invention is for the execution of the work. Up to the present common to all the chambers, as described. An arrange- not described in detail apart from the drawings.- Patent

completed. time the total expenses incurred amount to about ment with one chamber or vessel of sufficient capacity to £2,000, and the smallness of the entire sum required which chamber or vessel may be drawn off through short and other furnaces. Dated May 2, 1868.

contain the largest quantity of liquid to be drawn off, from 1432 J. HEATON, Langley Mill, Derbyshire. Reverberatory for the whole undertaking (£16,000) is explained by tubes or outlets various measured quantities of liquid by the facts that, being of iron, the sectional excavation using either cocks or valves, in the manner described, with under one roof or arch a ireplace, a combustion chaunber,

According to these improvements, there are combined of a single tunnel, to take a full-sized carriage, one supply and one outlet, one air valve and float, and one a chamber for coke, and the body of the furueca or propelled by stationary power, does not exceed one or more handles, as described. The invention relates to a chamber for the metal to be operated upon. The fireplace iwentieth of the section of the Thames Tunnel, and former patent, dated April 12, 1864 (No. 914).—Patent com- is separated from the combustion chamber by a bridge. that no building of any value is interfered with in

The combustion chamber is separated from the chamber the line of tunnel, or by the shafts. A great advan

1424 C. D. ABEL, Southampton buildings, Chancery-lane. containing the coke by & perforated bridge, and the roof tage also consists in the whole of the ground to be improved colouring matler from aniline. (A communication.) or upper part of the arch is somewhat depressed orer the Dated May 1, 1868.

The heat from the fire after traversed being composed of London clay.

Here about 21h. avoirdupois of aniline of 190 log. are

traversing over these three several compartments passes THE “ Railway News” understands that, with mixed with about 101b. of liquid arsenic and of 75des, and away to a flue or stack The damper for regulating the ons trifling exception, the whole of the claims arising this is heated in a suitable rotort or ve el, compound

draft of air is placed at the fregrate end of the furnace. ont of the late accident on the London and North- being maintained at boiling point until it thickens and passages are provided leading from the ashpit or from

the exterior of the furnace into the lower portion of the Western at Abergele have been settled without any withdrawn from the fire, as otherwise the compound boils combustion chamber, which passages are provided with resort to litigation. The amount paid for compen-over, to provent which 'a jet of cold water may be intro- regulating dampers. Air is also admitted through one or sation has been very much smaller than any of the duced. The rising of the compound is the best sign of the more adjustable openings into the upper part of the consums which have been previously guessed at or operation being completed.-Patent completed.

bustion cha:nber. The ash hole under the chamber conrumoured. Tho engine of the mail train has been

taining the coke may be closed by doors or otherwise. By

1425 E. LEHEUP, Octagon-place, Bethual-green. Wooden these means a very high temperaturo will be obtained, repaired and reported fit for work, and is, we b:lieve, bores. Dited May 1, 1358.

and the production of smoke prevented.-Patent comnow running upon the line. The cost of its repair This invention has for its object to secure together in a pleted. was not over £500, and the repair and reconstruction Armer and more durable minner than heretofore the

1433 F. BARNETT, Paris, Unspillable pai or case. Dated of the other injured carriages and waggons has not parts of wolen boxes that are subject to helry wear or exceeded £4,001). The entire cost of the accident is moisture, or both, such as Ash boxes, bullion bores, and May 2, 1868. not one-tenth of the sum anticipated. similar receptacles, and consists in certain maus for effect

This invention is not described apart from the drawings, ing this object. ---Patent aban loned.

-Patent completed.
AT the recont council meeting of the Printers'
Almshouses, after the usual routine business, a
1420 A. MCSRO, Arbroath, Forfarshire. Machinery, too's,

1434 H. A. BONNEVILLE, Sackville-street, Piccadilly. letter was read from the treasurer, announcing that Dated Jay 1, 1868. and tool holders to be used for culling stone, sate, marble, &c Appara!u: for measuring and registering the Almue of liquids.

(A communication.) Dated May 2, 1863. the late Henry Wright, Esq., of Kingston, had be

This invention consists in employing angular or A-shaped -Patent completed.

This invention is not described apart from the drawings. queathed £2,000 to build the second wing of this rails and bearing rollers for the sliding table to travel upon, most worthy institution. The collector was re- the under part of the table being formed to correspond 1435 H. A. BONNEVILLE, Sackville-streat, Piccadilly. quested to make use of his most strenuous exertions there with ; at the same time, to ensure greater steadiness Propelling vessels. (A communication) Dated May ?, to obtain the remainder of the 1,000 guineas (now bo- which is fastened to the sides of the table, and catches ing collected) required for erecting the first wing, so under the projecting outer edge of the supporting rails; boats, and other vessels, along their whole length from

This invention consists in placing at the bottom of ships, that the bequest of the liberal donor may become and to still further increase the steadiness of the machine stem to stern, and at the lowest part, a cylindrical or such available for the completion of these most excellent and smoothness of travel of the table, one or more central like capacity, the two extremities of which are open at almshouses. Subscriptions will be mostth aukfully carrying rollers is or are employed which run upon a received by the collector, Mr. C. Pope, 14, Derby-e upralea,' instea tables en waist the stone to be dressed the middle of its length by a transversal partition, and the street, Argyle-square, W.C.

two separate parts are made to communicate by means of hitherto, are, under this present invention, firmly bolted a list and force pump actuated by a steam motive power. The collection of living reptiles belonging to the together as one table, and the bar carrying the nuts, by The water is sucked up into the capacity in front, and Zoological Society of London has just received a which the travel of the tables is produced through the re forced from the stern part by means of the pump, and this remarkable addition, in the shape of one of the rarest solution of traversing screws, is held to the table firmly double action of sucking and forcing propels the ship or of known species of lizards, one which, indeed, until by bolts or stads, the traverze motion being actuated from vessel.—Patent abandoned. lately, was supposed to be quite extinct. This is a

the main driving gear by a driving belt and spur goaring
so arranged that the rate of traverse may be varied at will.

1436 T. HAWKES, F. W. and G. SPENCER, and J. specimen of the Tuatera lizard of New Zealand Another part of this invention relates to improved modes STENNER, Tiverton, Devon. Seed and manure drill. Dated (Hatteria punctata), which has lately formed the for fixing the discs which carry the dressing tools upon

May 2, 1868. subject of a valuable communication by Dr. A. the revolving shaft of the dressing machine. Another

This invention consists of a suitable box or boxes of the Gunther to the - Transactions” of the Royal part to improvements in the holders by which the cutting in a proper frame and wheels, with tins, coulters, levers,

desired shapo for containing the seed or manure, mounted Society. This little animal, although externally not tools aminélkednto the discs of the machine: Another part and weights of similar construction to those in present very remarkable in appearance, possesses a very into such shape as is employed for coping, stringcourses, different places in the bottom of the box, or on either

In this improved manure box holes are formed in extraordinary internal structure, which necessitates pillars, and other generally similar purposes. Another its separation from every other living species of the part to a special construction of a tool to be used for dress-side, one or more holes being over one or more of the Saurian class, and renders it mora nearly allied to Ing and cutting stone, slate, marble, or other materials. part of the manure box is made of wood, Iron, or any other

tubes which convey the manure to the ground. The lower the extinct form called by Professor Huxley The details are voluminous.—Patent completed.

suitable material, the shape corresponding to the cylinders Hypero-dapedon than to any lizard now in exist 1427 A, B. CHILDS, Mark-lane, London. Separating mixed, or stirrers. In the box are placed suitably formed stirrers ence. For this valuable acquisition, the Society powdered, or other substances. Dated May 1, 1868.

consisting of cylinders of any required length or diameter, have to thank Sir George Grey, K.C.B., who brought bination of a wire or other open cylinder and a screw con

The nature of this invention consists, chiefly, in the com- having projections of any desired number, size, or shape, it home with him on his recent return to England veger which operate together, so as to effectually and ex:

which revolve on an axis, and so act as to move the manure rom New Zealand.

in the bottom of the box, stirring no more than is actually peditiously separate the gunpowder from the material necessary.- Patent abandoned.



1437 E. G. CAMP, Bristol. Mallets used in playing the 1447 W. R. LAKE, Southampton-buildings, Chancery or otherwise, the principle of action being that, as the game of croquet. Dated May 2, 1868.

lane. Dynamometers. (A communication) Dated May 2, measure or other receptacle to be filled is held to the This invention consists in capping one or both ends of 1868.

delivery pipe, or the delivery pipo brought over the said such mallets with caoutchouc (vulcanized or not), leather, This invention consists, chiefly, in the combination of measure or receptacle, and the liquid in the vessel or with or similar material, or with caoutchouc, leather, and other a peripheral power scale with a steelyard or other measure the vessel being elevated, it will flow through the commaterial in combination.- Patent abandoned.

of actual force, whereby the power exerted can be measured pound delivery pipe, which has an air-way constructed 1438 J. Binns, Brighouse, York. Looms. Dated May 2, by inspection, and a calculation based upon the number liquid runs out through this improved apparatus or tap

with accuracy and the nominal horse-power be determined with it that permits the air to enter the vessel as the 1869. This invention consists in the application of a shield. or of derangement of the parts by wear.-Patent completed.

of revolutions; and in this apparatus there is no liability until the receiver is sufficiently Alled, all overflowing guard of tin or other metal or material placed on the

being entirely prevented, whether the operation of pouring picker spindle, or other convenient position of the going 1448 H. GLOVER, New Church-street, Bermondsey. or drawing off be performed in the dark, or otherwise, part or lay of a loom, betwixt the picker and the edge of Retaining corks or other stoppers in bottles. Dated May 4, 1868. as the moment the liquid in the receiver reaches the airthe fabric on the warp thereof. These guards prevent oil Here the patentee affixes a band, by preference of metal, way of the delivery pipe, the air will be thereby cut off, or other lubricant used on the picker spindle being thrown round the neck of the bottle just below the top, rim, or and the liquid in the portable or fixed vessel will cease to upon the fabric, or upon the warp, by the action of the other projection thereof, that will prevent this band from now.-Patent abandoned. picker.-Patent abandoned.

being drawn off such neck by the force of internal pressure. 1459 D. P. WRIGHT, Birmingham.
To this band he applies by pivot or other joints a strap 1868.

Taps. Dated May 5, 1439 H. Y. D. Scott, Ealing. Kilns. Dated May 2, or band, by preference also of metal, to pass over and bear

The patentee claims the use of iron, either wrought or 1968.

on the cork or other stopper, such band having a protec- cast, in combination with cork, or other equivalent barrels The patenteo claims the general arrangement and con- tion, if dosired, to assist in moving it off and on to the for the purposes described, the said iron being protected struction of parts for lime kilns fitted with fireplaces cork or other stopper when turned on its pivot. —Patent on its surface when desired, by the process of galvanizing, specially adapted for the generation of combustible gases, completed. combined with air holes in the lower part of the kiln, for

tinning, or other equivalent means of coating or depositing

1449 W.E. GEDGE, Wellington-street, Strand. Applying a metallic surface not liable to rapid oxidation.-Patent the admission of a supply of fresh air for the consumption a couting of silver upon any animal, vegetable, or mineral sub- completed. of such gases. He also claims heating the kiln by the stance. (A communication). Dated May 4, 1868. combustion of the gases derived from carbonaceous fuel, This invention consists in passing the article to be May 5, 1868.

1460 W. TAYLOR, Poplar. Iron and steel ships, &c. Dated and produced by the employment of a thick layer of fuel operated upon, first, into a bath of sulphuret of carbon in ordinary fireplaces. He also claims heating the kiln by slightly phosphorated; second, into a solution of nitrate necessity for making holes in the bottom of iron or steel

The object of this invention is to dispense with the the combustion of the gases derived from passing steam of silver third, in reducing the silver thus deposited by ships, or using bolts, nuts, washers, and Alling-pieces for through the ignited mass of fuel, whether in special or placing the article in a current of hydrogen gas.--Patent securing wood planking to the sides and bottoms; thus ordinary fireplaces, in the manner set forth.–Patent completed. completed.

the inside of the ship is left perfectly flush and smooth to

1450 A. VICKERS, Inverness-terrace, Bayswater. Locking receive the frames, stringers, intercostal keiison, and 1440 J. MAISTRE, Ville-neuvette, France. Drying wool. the nuts of screw bolts. (A communication.) Dated May 4, other tie-plates, that are to be layed thereto, thereby Dated May 2, 1868. 1868.

avoiding the expense of joggling and upsetting the said This invention has for its object a process for dyeing This invention consists in the use of a pin of wrought stringers, intercostal keilson, and other tie-plates, as at wool in largo quantities any shade of blue by vegetablo iron, or other suitable material, which is inserted under present practised in the construction of iron and steel indigo or mineral indigo arising from the distillation of the nut near to the bolt in a groove or slot made in the ships, the whole of the riveting by these jimprovements tars without the use of dryers, wood vats with potass. surface against which the nut is screwed. The pin is being effected from the inside of the vessel and inade The details of the invention are voluminous.-Patent com- made L-shaped or with a rectangular head, and the other flush, the heads of the rivets being on the outside.--Patent pleted.

end is turned up so as to embrace the nut.-Patent com- abandoned. 1441 A. SMITH, Stratford, Essex. Apparatus to be used pleted.

1461 W. SKETCHLEY, Weymouth. Machinery for woodin connection with furnaces for burning creosote, &c. Dated 1451 J. MATHER, Anvers, Belgium. Warehousing petro-cutting, joinery, and mortising. Dated May 5, 1868. May 2, 1868. leum, &c. Dated May 4, 1868.

This invention relates to "Sketchley's universal joiner," Tere the patentee leads the creosote or liquid from any The apparatus which forms the subject of this invention and consists of a wedge and parallel motion combined, convenient reservoir by a pipe to the front of the furnace. allows of the casks being placed in water, of their being the said wedge and parallel to be driven or drawn back The terminal end of this pipe is horizontal, or nearly so, put therein readily and without knocks, of arranging with a screw lever or eccentrtc as the several motions and extends through an aperture in the furnace door or them therein methodically, of keeping them therein require. The said motion does away with all cog and front plate. In the horizontal portion of the liquid pipe notwithstanding the upward pressure of the water, and of bevil gear, it works more accurately, and requires less he introduces the terminal horizontal end of a steam pipo; taking them out as required. The invention is not fully power to lift vertically, horizontaliy, or in any other posithe horizontal portion of the steam pipe is preferably con- described apart from the drawings.-Patent completed.

tion.-Patent abandoned. centric with the horizontal portion of the liquid pipe, but

1452 C. P. ASTON, Chelsea. Chimney tops or pots. Dated

1462 C. W. SIEMENS, Great George-street, Westminster. does not extend so far into the furnace. The pipes are

Manufacture of cast steel. Dated May 5, 1868. the liquid and steam respectively. When both are open, which the opening or openings for the egress of the smoke provided with taps or cocks for regulating the supply of May 4, 1868.

This invention relates to those chimney tops or pots in

This invention relates to a former patent, dated August 21,

1867 (No. 2395) and consists, in the addition of certain the stream of liquid as it passes from the annular space is or are not at the top of the pot, and consists in continu- materials to the bath of liquid metal, in the furnace with the jet of steam and becomes thoroughly mixed therewith ing the vertical opening of the pot through the top, and the view of removing from the steel impurities, such as before issuing from the open end of the liquid pipe. The in fitting in the upper part of the pot a hinged cover or silicon, sulphur, and phosphorus.—Patent abandoned. open end of this pipe is, preferably, contracted. The liquid the top opening of the pot. But when the brush is passed Acle boxes for the rolling stock of railways. (Ă communication.)

1463 C. D. ABEL, Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lanc: divided state, and the liquid is consumed therein. -Patent up, the cover is pushed open to allow it to pass, and when Dated May 5, 1868. completed.

the brush is withdrawn the cover falls of its own weight. This invention is not described apart from the drawings.

-Patent abandoned. 1442 J. E. BOYCE and R. HARRINGTON, Birmingham.

-Patent completed. I'mbrellas and parasols. Dated May 2, 1868.

1453 J. WERTHEIM and L. HIRSCHHORN, Hatton-garden, 1464 F. W. GERHARD, Wolverhampton. Motive power

London. The patentees claim fastening the umbrellas and

Lockets. (A communication.) Dated May 4, engines actuated by steam or other vapour. Dated May 5, para1869.

1868. sols by applying to the runners two levers, one of which is made to fix the umbrella or parasol in its closed posi- such manner that a brooch can be fitted and secured consequence of the utilization of the waste heat of the

The object of this invention is to construct lockets in By these improvements great economy is effected in tion, and the other to fix it in its open position, the said levers being released either by pressure applied directly therein so as to form the front ornament of the locket, and waste steam or other vapour. The inventor describes

in such manner that the brooch can be readily taken out the invention with reference to a steam engine. To the to them, or one of them, or by the intervention of an addi

end of the waste or eduction pipe of the cylinder of the tional lever or rocking frame, the said levers and parts and worn alono, as an ordinary brooch.-Patent abanconnected therewith being constructed and arranged sub

engine he connects & second pipe of about the samo stantially as described and illustrated.-Patent completed. 1454 T. and G. A. PEMBERTON, Birmingham. Alarm diameter as the said eduction pipe, which said second bells, call bells, &c. Dated May 4, 1868.

pipe conducts the waste steam to a second or waste steam 1443 J. H. JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn-fields, London. Er The patentees claim actuating the clappers or hammers cylinder, by preference somewhat larger than the cylinder hibiting minute photographic pictures. (A communication). of the said bells by means of a single or compound lever, of the steam engine. He does not, however, limit him. Dated May 2, 1868.

and restoring the said lever and parts connected with it self to the size of the said waste steam cylinder. To the end This invention relates to improvements in optical appa-to their original position by the action of the clapper or

of the waste steam cylinder, opposite to that at which the ratus for the exhibition of microscopic views, whether bammer, thereby avoiding the use of springs, substantially steam is introduced, he connects another smaller pipe comsuch views form part of the apparatus or are independent as described.—Patent completed.

municating with a boiler of the same, or nearly the same, thereof. The first improvement has for its object the

size as the boiler by which the steam was originally obtaining the effect of animation in the image by means

1455 E. and G. H. MORGAN, Edgware-rood, London. generated. The necessary quantity of water is placed in of an arrangement which admits of showing or exhibiting, Carriages. Dated May 4, 1868.

the second boiler, and the waste steam introduced heats in a very short space of time, two or more successive arrangement of parts of the heads of carriages having pressure to work an engine of, or nearly of the same size

This invention relates to a novel combination and the said water and produces from it steam of sufficient images of the same object in different positions. In this folding heads applied thereto, and to means or apparatus as that from which the waste steam was obtained. There case, the image is disposed on the Stanhope lens itself.

for operating such parts. For this purpose the patentees are other details.--Patent abandoned. The second improvement has the same object as the first, dispense with the slats and intermediate hoop sticks but the result is obtained by the aid of images indepen-ordinarily employed, and employ only those hoop sticks

1465 J. DAWBER, Over Darwen, Lancashire. Steam dent of the apparatus, and placed in a line on a movable which are situated at the angles of the carriage head, as engines. Dated May 5, 1868; glass plate or slide.-Patent completed. described in the specification of letters patent granted to

This invention consists in so constructing the cylinder 1444. W. R. LAKE, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- G. H. Morgan, March 6, 1867 (No. 622). The front light or cylinders of steam engines that they may have a regu, lane. Generating gas and mixing the same with atmospheric they also form in a somewhat similar manner to that lar reciprocating sliding movement in the same parallel air for heating and illuminating purposes. (A communica- described in the before-mentioned specification, but they or line with the piston and piston rod, but with reverse tion.) Dated May 2, 1868.

employ a framing constructed and operated in such a action or stroke, in contradistinction to a fixed or oscillatIn carrying these improvements into practice the in- manner as to facilitate the use of that description of side ing cylinder.-Patent abandoned. ventor constructs a furnace in such a manner that the lights which, when not in use, are received into recesses 1466 J. CLOUGH, Keighley, York. Screw gill boxes for fuel shall first be exposed to distillation within the furnace formed for them in the carriage doors. There are other preparing wool, &c. Dated May 5, 1868. walls, and the combustible gases thus evolved, after being features.-Patent completed.

This invention relates to those gill machines wherein properly mingled with atmospheric air, or air and steam, 1456 W. MARSHALL, Nottingham. Clipping of lace, &c.

two sets of gills or fallers are employed, and the improveare burned, while the solid residuum is moved to another Dated May 4, 1868.

ments consist in having the screws wbich work the front part of the furnace and used for the purpose of heating fresh Heretofore, the machinery used in the clipping of lace

set of gills placed outside of, and separate from, and driven fuel, and igniting the combustible gases, the surplus heat and other fabrics consisted of two, or at most three, independently of the screws which work the back set, being applied to the generation of steam, or to whatever cutting blades lying flatwise on each side of a two-edged whereby the gills or fallers can be so arranged that one other purpose it may be desired.-Patent completed.

central blade, such central and side blades being made set will work nearly in contact with the other set, that is, 1445 J. L. BUDDEN, Fenchurch-street, London. Drying capable of adjustment either towards or from each other, the front gills in rising, will be nearly close to the back wool, &c. Dated May 2, 1868. according to the requirements of the fabrics to be cut: gills when falling, by which means the patentee is enabled

to operate upon short stapled wool, alpaca, mohair, or This invention has for its object improvements in ma- Now, in this invention, the patentee employs two, three, or

other fibre, and by employing change gear to the driving chinery or apparatus for drying wool, or for discharging more blades, each blade being capable of adjustment of the screws the relative speeds of travelor motion of the moisture from flbrous, granular, or other materials by separately, and, moreover, he employs several sets of these

two sets of gills may be varied to any desirable extent, centrifugal action thereon, whilst rotating within a drum blades, each set of blades performing cutting operations at and thereby be also capable of operating on long stapled of conical form arranged to rotate in a horizontal or one and the same time.-Patent completed.

wool, alpaca, mohair, or other fibrous substances.- Patent nearly horizontal position, whereby a self-feeding and 1457 W. ESTOR, Hampstead, and M. TERRERO, Belsize completed. self-discharging drying apparatus is obtained.-Patent Park Gardens. Preserving animal and regetable substances. completed.

1467 J. HICKMOTT, Clapham. Preserving metallic articles Dated May 4, 1868.

from oxidation and decay. Dated May 5, 1868. 1446 W. R. LAKE, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- phurous acid and chlorine gases concomitantly, or in a compounds of lime, as an envelope, wrapper, plaster, bath

The patentees claim the use and application of sul This invention consists in the application of lime, or lane. Buckets, &c. (A communication.) Dated May 2, mixed condition, for the preservation of meat, poultry, bed, or covering round the articles to be preserved, so as 1868.

This invention consists in the production of buckets and game, fish, hides, and other animal and vegetable sub to neutralize the effects of acids or sulphurous compounds other wooden vessels of analogous form by cutting a stances, substantially as described.-Patent completed.

or other destructive agents, and to prevent their contact helical shaving of a proper thickness from a log or 1458 D. P. WRIGHT, Birmingham. Pouring, drawing off, with the articles. The special object is to keep the articles mass of wood, and springing it afterwards into the measuring, and regulating the flow of liquids. Dated May 5, to be preserved from contact with earth or soil.- Patent desi regular and conic and confining it there, 1868.

completed. the several lengths of shavings being properly divided This invention consists in forming with or connecting to 1468 J. COURT, Sheerness. Traps or apparatus for receiveach from the other by machinery or otherwise, and each the main mouth of the vessel (holding the liquidit is desired ing sewage matters, and separating the solid from the liquid provided with a suitable bottom and with ventilating to pour or draw off (a combination delivery spout in con portion thereof. Dated May 5, 1868. openings, issuch adjuncts are required. -Patent completed. I nection with a plug or stopper, which may bo self-acting, This invention is particularly intended for sea coast and

other low-lying towns and places, and the object is to air, and which are enclosed in chambers receiving the 1491 J. G. WALKER, Bonnington, Mid Lothian, and C receive all kinds of sowage matters, to intercept the solid waste fire gases, or are formed contiguously to flues STEIN, Leith, Mid Lothian. Separating tares and other importion, so that it may be removed from timo to time, to through which those gases pass. The waste fire gases are purities from grain and other seeds. (A communication.) prevent return of the sewage through the trap, and to led down to the series of chambers or flues below by flues | Dated May 6, 1868. carry off all evolved gases.-Patent abandoned.

proceeding from outlets in the sides of the tank, whilst This invention cousists in employing - spout through 1469 G. KENT, High Holborn. 'Ice preservers. Dated other flues lead the waste gases up again to the cone which the grain, pulse, or other produce to be cleansed May 5, 1868.

above, with which arrangement the necessary draught is falls upon a cone, in travelling down the surface of which Here the patentee forms miniature refrigerators or ice maintained. The socond part of the invention consists in cone the tares and other impurities, from their form and preservers of sheet metal, or other suitable material, the causing air, heated according to the first part, or otherwise, size, acquire a greater momentum than the grain or pulse, sides of the refrigerators or ice preservers being made

to enter the melting chamber or tank of a glass furnace, and on arriving at the lower end of the cone they fall over double, and the space between the plates which forms the

or the reverberatory or application chamber of any fur the ledge there situated, whilst the grain or pulse, ha ving double sides being Alled in with powdered charcoal, cow Chamber, by passages directing the air in jets or streams by its form, does not fall over the ledge, but passes through

nace having a flregrato or receptacle apart from such a less momentum, and being also, to some extent, impeded bottom of the refrigerators or ice preservers he also makes from the sides of the tire-gas inlets towards the contre of openings into the interior of a hollow inverted cone, on double, and of sheet metal. The top of the refrigerators the chamber. -Patent completed.

arriving at the centre of which it escapes through a hole, or ice preservers he covers over with a lid, and this lid 1481 J. YOUNG, Aspull, Lancashire. Ovens to be employed and passes over another cone similar to the first.-Pa tent also is made of sheet metal, and double.- Patent com- in the manufacture of fuel termed coke, oil, and gas. Dated completed. pleted. May 6, 1868.

1492 J. G. WALKER, Bonnington, Mid Lothian. Drasing 1470 D. R. MACGREGOR and P. TAYSEN, Leith, Edin The patentee claims the construction of an oven retort millstones. Dated May 6, 1868. burgh. Paint for the protection of iron and other metals from capable of manufacturing coke, oil, and gas in one opera The mechanism here employed consists of a horizontal the destructive influence of sea water. (A communication.) tion, and for the manufacture of good oil and coke by slide, upon which a saddle travels, carrying a cross slide, Dated May 5, 1868.

The patentees claim the manufacture of paint for the latter by protracted contact with the returned gas.-Patent slide carries a lever, the outer end of which is formed into protection of iron and other metals from the destructive completed.

a holder for retaining the tool, by which the faces of the millinfluence of sea water, and for the prevention of fouling,

1482 C. J. CHUBB, Hampstead. Gelting coal, slale, &c. stones are dressed. At the rear end or part of the slide s by combining quicksilver, turpentine, and rod lead, as May 6, 1868.

revolving shaft is placed, which carries a cam, and a small described.-Patent completed.

This invention, as respects working coal, slate, or other engine is Axed to the apparatus by which the shaft is driven, 1471 W. Beale, Taunton. Ladders. Dated May 5, 1868. minerals, consists in a mode of getting the material by so that, by the revolution of the cam, a reciprocating motion

The patentee claims, first, constructing step and other usual operations of hewing or cutting the material at the falls, the necessary dressing 'cut is effected, springs or Second, tho several arrangements of gearing described for como bottom or sides, of what is ordinarily termed weights being placed to act upon the levers so as to inraising and lowering such telescopic ladders. Third, operations, and also' that of blasting to be dispensed with, regulated by one or more set screws, and the arrange

crease the intensity of the blow. The depth of the cat is adapting such ladders for use as steps or trestles, sub. inasmuch as masses of the material operated upon are stantially in the manner shown and describod.-Patent detached in pieces by the agency of the direct pressure of dressing to be made parallel and similar.--Patent com

ment of slides placed at right angles enables all the lines completed.

exerted by the apparatus. We cannot here give space to pleted. 1472 W: WALKER and H. F. SMITH, Hull. Ecpressing the details of the invention.—Patent completed. oils from seeds, &c. Dated May 5, 1868. This invention relates to an improved envelope or cover. fuzees. (A communication). Dated May 6, 1868. 1483 J. and J. B. PALMER, Bow. Friction matches and May 6, 1868.

1493 W. HARVIE, Glasgow. Lamps and lanterns. Dated ing for the cake of ground sced or other substance from

According to this invention the lantern in which the which oil is to be expressed. This envelope, which is friction matches and fuzees with an igniting composition, with two bottoms enclosing an air space between them, and

This invention has for its object the manufacturing lamp is placed is constructed in two divisions or chambers, intended to replace the ordinary horsehair envelope, metal which has no smell, and which contains no phosphorus, connected therewith is a tube or passage passing down coverings, or plates, is made of a framework of inetal or wood, or metal and wood combined, of suitable shape, on this purpose, an igniting composition is employed, which

or only contains phosphorus in its amorphous state. For from the top of the lantern, througā which the air neceswhich framework the inventors interlace, or otherwise is composed of hyposulphite of lead, in combination with

sary for the combustion of the oil in the wick is supplied. apply, horsehair, or other fibrous material, so as to form a other materials containing oxygen in a loosely combined which communicates directly with the air space enclosed

Tbo lamp is double cased, and has an air space around it covering or surface. -Patent abandoned.

state, or so that they will readily yield it to other sub- by the two bottoms before referred to. The top part of 1473 F. J. KING, Leadenhall-street. Preparing potatoes stances having an afinity therefor. -Patent abandoned.

the air space surrounding the lamp is enclosed by s cap for preservation. Dated May 5, 1868. This invention has reference to a mode of separating for cleaning gold, silver, and plated goods.

1484 H. J. DAVIES, Dalton-in-Furness. Compositions in the ordinary way, through which the flame escapes, and

Dated May 6, the entire lamp is enclosed in the lantern by a sliding door, the skins from potatoes intended for further subsequent | 1868.

80 as to form a separate chamber, and to cut off sccess in treatment with a view to preservation or for immediate

Here the inventor employs a composition of borax, that way with the atmosphere of the outside chamber. The consumption, and consists, essentially, in forcing the Glauber salts, blue vitriol, cyanide of potassium, alcohol, upper part of the lantern is also formed double with a conipotato pulp, after the potatoes have been first sufficiently and aromatic spirits of ammonia in certain proportions.- cal cap inside and a hole in the centre through which ang steamed or boiled, through a bag or bags of canvas or hair- Patent abandoned.

smoke or unburnt gases given off by the combustion of the cloth, or net, or other like textile fabric, by the aid of

1485 A. C. HENDERSON, Charing Cross. Manufacturing oil escapes. The chimney of the tern is soformed that, hydraulic or other pressure, such straining fabric being albumen. (A communication) Dated May 6, 1828. in case of a storm, when air may blow down the top opensupported when necessary by a perforated plate or wirework.-Patent eompleted.

This invention is not described apart from the drawings. ing, it cannot reach the flame, but is deflected by means of
-Patent completed.

the cone and escapes through side openings. The pre1474 J. LAMB and S. TOVEY, Kidderminster. Bobbin 1486 S. DRUMMOND, Ardwick, Manchester, J. CLARE, ceding refers to ono part of the invention only.-Patent frames for carpet looms. Dated May 5, 1868.

Greenfield, Saddleworth, York, and R. HUGHES, Didsbury, completed. This invention has for its object a cheap and simple Lancashire. Prevention of fraud in the collection of fares mode or method of imparting the requisite friction or drag in omnibuses. Dated May 6, 1868.

1494 J. H. JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Increasing the to the bobbins containing the yarn employed in the weav This invention consists of two parts. In the first place, draught in steam boiler and other furnaces. (A communicaing of Brussels and other like carpets, and consists, essentially, in dispensing with the pins, pegs, or axes hitherto require change; and, second, he or tho collector deposits the draught in steam boiler and other furnaces or fireplaces, the passenger pays the collector in money, which does not tion) Dated May 6, 1868.

This invention relates to certain means for increasing used, and which are passed through the centre of each that sum in a receptacle from which the said collector and consists of peculiar combination and arrangements of bobbin, and rest in slots or notches cut in the frame.- cannot s ubsequently take it.-Patent abandoned. Patent abandoned.

tapered or expanded smoke tubes or passages, the diameter

1487 F. T. HALL, Gray's Inn-squaro. Manufacture of of which increases towards the discharging mouth-Patent 1475 W. E. NEWTON, Chancery-lano. Machinery for railway and other like tickets to adapt the same as mediums abandoned. forming pickares and other tools. (A communication.) for advertisements. Dated May 6, 1868. Dated May 5, 1868. Here the ticket card, instead of being formed, as at

1495 M. A. MUIR and J. M'ILWHAM, Glasgow. Pour This invention is not described apart from the drawings, present, of a single thickness of cardboard, is composed looms: Dated May 7, 1868. -Patent completed. of two slips of cardboard, stiff paper, or other suitable

This invention is not described apart from the drawings. 1476 J. WILKINSON, jun., Hunslet, Leeds. Printing car- material, connected together at their edges, so as to form -Patent completed. pets. Dated May 5, 1868.

a species of miniature pocket or portfolio, into which the 1496 H. A. BONNEVILLE, Sackville-street, Piccadilly This invention relates to improvements upon, or modif- advertisements desired to be distributed may be placed. Spring mattresses and seats. (A communication) Dated cations of, the printing machine, for which the inventor -Patent completed.

May 7, 1878. obtained letters patent, dated April 25, 1865 (No. 1155), so 1488 W. E: NEWTON, Chancery-lane. Cumbs. (A com

This invention relates to a novel kind of spring for as to adapt the same to printing looped or terry carpets.munication). Dated May 6, 1868.

mattresses and seats, consisting in a spiral of which one We cannot here give space to the details of the invention. The patentee claims manufacturing combs from sheet half of the spires is juxtaposed, whilst the other half is -Patent abandoned.

steel, the teeth of which combs are punched out of a wound apart from one another. One half of this spring 1477 A. SCOTT, Paddington. Means of attaching clothes to single steel plate, and finished, ornamented, and protected is, therefore, capable of extending itself, whilst the other the person, Dated May 6, 1868.

from corrosion by enamelling, japanning, or otherwiso, hall, on the contrary, may be compressed; it may be used To a short spring of india-rubber, solid, or of tubing, as described.-Patent completed.

horizontally or vertically.-Patent completed. web, or any other material, the inventor attaches loops or 1489 M. HENRY, Fleet-street. Manufacture of steel and 1497 B. PICKERING, Kingston-upon-Hull. Expressing oil eyelet holes to each end, and to these loops or eyelet holes iron, &c. (A communication). Dated May 6, 1868. and fatty matters from seeds, &c. Dated May 7, 1868. he attaches a pair of claws, clasps, or perforators capable The patentee claims, first, the method described accord. The patentee claims the construction an use of plates of grasping and holding fast garments or bed clothes, and ing to which ores, minerals, metalloids, oxides, sulphides, of rolled metal, and the construction and use there with, of keeping them wrapped round the person of the wearer. metallic or metalliferous substances or compounds to be in some cases, of a sliding piece or division (all as de-Patent abandoned.

reduced, roasted, smelted, converted, cast, manufactured, scribed.) In addition, he claims the leather edging for the 1478 J. M. STANLEY, Rhyl. Obtaining hot air for heating or treated, and the lime clay fluxes or other accessories, plates (as described), whether such edging be used with buildings. Dated May 6, 1868.

together with the fuel or carbon required, or a portion of the improved rolled plates, or with cast plates.-Patent Here the inventor constructs & chamber of brick, or such fuel or carbon, are reduced to a state of fine powder completed. other material, in one end of which is placed the furnace. and mixed together in properly regulated quantities, and

1498 R. A. GREEN, Strand. Bearings, shafts or pirats He forms either longitudinally or transversely in this triturated or agglomerated, or rammed and compressed Dated May 7, 1868. chamber a number of partitions extending nearly from the mixture being slightly moistened), substantially as

The patentee claims the general improvements in side to side, and running from each side alternately described. Second, the improved arrangement and comfurnace is thus compelled to take a zig-zag course, and is scribed. Third, the employment of refrigerating apparatus ening the joint, diminishing friction, aiding the men js of The heat arising from the combustion of the fuel in the bination of parts constituting the improved furnace de- bearings, shafts, axles, or pivots, and such like joints, detained as long as possible in the chamber, escaping at

so disposed as to cool the gaseous or aeriform products lubrication, and causing all working parts to wear eventy, the end furthest from the fire by a flue leading to a chim- of combustion on their exit from the furnace, substantially and to last for a long period of time. -Patent completed. ney, or where most convenient. The roof of the chamber

as described.-Patent completed. is formed of a plate of iron, on which is built another

1490 S. HOLT and J. KEARSLEY, Manchester. Making 1499 A. C. HENDERSON, Charing-cross, London. Plates chamber, with partitions partially across it, similar to observations on railways for the purpose of preventing accidents, for heliographic engraving. (A communication.) Dated those already described. The roof of the upper chamber &c. Dated May 6, 1868.

May 7, 1868. may be made of firebrick or other good non-conducting

The object of this invention is, first, to provide engine One of the principal drawbacks in heliographic cosubstance. In one end of this upper chamber he provides drivers, guards, and others having the care of railway en- graving is the dificulty in obtaining plates possessing an opening for the admission of atmospheric air, which gines and trains, with such means as will enable them to a grain or hatching capable of retaining the printing ink, becomes heated in its passage orer the iron plato, and observe signal points, crossings, junctions, and obstruc- and thus impeding the striking of of proofs. The object round the partitions already described, escaping by an out- tions more clearly, and at greater distances, in all states of of the present invention is to remedy this defect, and the let at a higher elevation than the inlet. The heated air weather, by day or night, than can be done by unaided invention consists in first taking a photographic proof ca can then be conducted in earthen or other pipes or flues to vision, so that they will be enabled to give or receive more glass of the hatching desired to be produced, and which any part where it may be wanted.-Patent abandoned. timely warning of dangerand obstructions, and thus prevent has been previously printed or traced on a surface of any 1479 R. LUBLINSKI, City-road, London. Fasteners for the ments or adaptations to facilitate the use of telescopic ap- square, lozenge dotted, or otherwiso accorling to the

accidents; and this part of the invention relates to arrange- kind, and by any known means; this hatching may ba tops of umbrellas. Dated May 6, 1868.

This invention consists of a metal tube having a spiral vehicles, and consists in forming an elastic stage (which by transparency a photographic proof positive car glass or elastic spring fixed therein, with a chain or cord attached, may be portable or otherwise) by means of steel, india of the subject or object that is to be produce.l. Third, in parasol, and form part thereof; or it can be made together can stand when making observations, being thereby and taking from them by transparency a second negative with tho rib in one piece.-Patent completed.

steadied and freed in great measure from the vibrations or proof, which latter, when regarded transparently, has the 1480 T. WARREN, Glasgow. Glass and other furnaces. oscillations of the vehicle or train. This part of the inven- effect of the reproduction of an engraving, that is to say, Dated May 6, 1868.

tion also consists in mounting the telescopic apparatus this second proof is marked with a grain or hatching that This luvcation relates to a previous patent, dated May 7, upon a stand fixed upon or secured to the elastic stage it does not naturally possess. This proof is then em1866 (No. 1297), and consists in arranging in the cave be- above mentioned. The invention comprises other features. ployed in obtaining a heliographic plate by the ordinary neath the tank a series of tubes or flues for the passage of 1-Patent completed.

and well known means.--Patent completed.

1500 A. O. HENDERSON, Charing-cross, London. Renora or frames of rock-boring or excavating machines by means 3135 T. B. Collingwood, Rochdale, Lancashiro, and W. ting files by an electro-chemical procees. (A conmunication.) of atmospheric presure.---Patent completed.

Hardman, Farnworth, near Bolton, Lancashire. ImproveDated May 7, 1868. The electro-chemical process forming the subject of the

1513 C. E. BROOMAN, Fleet-street. Preparing zirconia, I ments in machinery for the manufacture of spindles and present invention consists in submitting old or worn tiles drogen jlame. (A communication). Dated May 8, 1853. and the employment of the same to develope the right of oxyhy? Ayers, part of which machinery is applicablo for cutting

screw threads for other purposes. to the simultaneous action of an electric current, anil of a mixture of acids diluted with water, the former encourag

The patenteo claims, first, the preparation of zirconia

31:36 P. J, Livrey, Manchester. Improvements in sewing the oxidation of the metal, and the latter producing a in the form of sticks, discs, cylinders, or other suitable ing machines. (1 communication.)

3437 D. Grifiths, Chapel-street, Bradford, Yorkshire. salina combination with the oxides formed.--Patent com- ploymeut of the same when so prepared to develope tho Improvements in the formation of timber bearers for light of oxyhydrogen flame, as explained. Second, the modes

roofs and other purposes. 1501 K. H. CORNISII, South Molton-street, London. or means, substantially as deseribed, of extracting manu

3438 W. R. Grimths, Stapleton-road, Bristol. ImproveEntrenching tools intended to be applied to firearms. Dated facturing, and agglomerating zirconia in order to produce ments in boilers or steam generators. May 7, 1868. sticks, dises, cylinders, or other required form, Third, for crushing and grinding quartz and other hard sub

3139 L. Wray, Ramsgate, Kent. Improved apparatus This invention rolates to entrenching tools intended to the uniting by compression of a stich, disc, or cylinder of be applied to firearms and fitted into à recous formed in zirconia with a cylinder or stick of an inexpensive refrae- stances. the butt end of the stock of the gun, an'l the feature of tory earth, in orier to produce a cheap stick or cylinder, 3140 E. Haas, Mark-lane, City. Improvements in sewnovelly in this invention consists in so constructing and as and for the purpose described.-Patent completed.

ing machines.

3141 attaching the handle as that it may be rigi'lly connected

W. Donisthorpe, Trinity College, Cambridge. to the blade of the tool when the tool is required for use.-

Improvements in machinery for getting coaland minerals, Patent abandoned.

part of which invention is applicable also to steam han.

APPLICATIONS FOR LETTERS mers and other similar reciprocating machinery. 15C2 R. HARLOW, Heaton-Norris, Lancashire. Suprying

3442 G. P. White, Furnival's Inn, Improvements in water to, and withdrawing teater fron, baths, wash basins, dic.


the construction of scrow piles, posts, and moorings. Dated May 7, 1868.

3443 J. Kellow, Tremadoc, Carnarvonshire. ImprovoThis invention has for its object tho construction of an

Dated November 10, 1869.

ments in machinery for cutting rock, stone, and minerals. apparatus for supplying hot and cold water to baths, 3103 II. L. Bennison, Greenwich, Kent. Improved wash basins, or other receptacles, more speedily than has rotary engine and pump, to be driven by water or steam

Dited November 13, 1868. hitherto been practicable, and in providing convenience power.

3444 E. Owen, Blackheath, Kent. Improvements in for taking off the overflow and waste water in one and 3404 L. A. Israel, Crescent, Minories. The purpose of the inanufacture of cases for night lights. the same article or apparatus, and consists of a double simplifying the present mode of manufacturing sulphuric 3445 W. Thomas, Cheapside, City. Improvements in valve arrangement, each valve being rurked by a three-acid, and for applying machinery for that purpose, and the manufacture of boots and shoes. threaded screw spindle, one of such valves supplying the also for producing sulphuric acid with greater rapidity at 3446 B. P. Walker, North-road House, Wolverhampton, hot and the other the cold water into a central compart- a less cost, by means of improved apparatus.

Staffordshire. Improvements in forging orshaping metals, ment which communicatos with a vertical cylindrical 3405 T. Rose, Oxton, Chester, and R. E. Gibson, New and in the machinery or apparatus employed therein. versel connected near its lower extremity to the bath or Brighton, Chester. Improvements in utilizing a certain 3447 J. Dendy and J. H. W. Biggs, Manchester. Imother vessel to be supplied with water, the bottom of wasto material obtained in treating cotton seed, and in proved arrangements of warps in sizeing or dressing such vessel being provided with a seating' for an annulur machinery employed therein.

machines and looms, and in the machinery or apparatus valve disposed upon the end of a length of pipe or cylinder 3406 P. B. Tyler. Rue Gaillon, Paris. Improvements in connected therewith. of smaller diameter than the vessel in which it is placed. splices for connecting the ends of rails on railways.

8118 R. A. Dalton and G. S. Barton, Coventry. A new -Patent abandoned.

3407 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. A mode of, manufacture of upholstery trimmings, woven of silk,

and means for, utilizing the waste heat of furnaces em- worsted, and cotton. 1503 A. STRAUSS, Basinghall-street, London. Pipes for ployed in the manufacture of coal gas. (A communica 3149 C. E. Brooman, Fleet-street, City, patent agent. smoking. (A communication) Dated May 7, 1868. tion.)

Improvements in the manufacture of hangings and coverThis invention consists in forming the lower portion of 3468 G. Clark, Northumberland-street, Strand. the bowl of considerably greater thickness than the upper provements in the treatment, manufacture, and use of nication.)

Im-ings for walls and other decorative purposes. (A commuportion, the increase in thickness being preferably sudden explosive compounds,

3450 J. Stephens, Ryder-street, St. James', Middlesex. and not gradual, in order that the coloring may extend to 3409 J. Iline, Cockermouth, Cumberland. Improve- Improvements in apparatus applicable to carriages to the line of the increase.-Patent completed.

ments in apparatus for cutting or dressing millstones. facilitate the draft. 150: J. H. JOHNSON, Lincoln's Inn-felds. Sering ma

3410 с. E. and F. C. Winby, Cardiff, Glamorganshire. 3151 C. Markham and W. Knighton, Staveley Coal and chines. (A communication.) Dated Muy 7, 1968. Improvements in the means employed for preventing Iron Works, near Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Improvements

in This invention relates more particularly to what are collisions on railways.

apparatus for moulding pipes and other cylinders. known as shuttle or lock stitch sewing machines, although

3411 J. H. Wilson, Liverpool. Improvements applicable 3452 T. and A. T. Lawson, Leeds. Improvements in certain of the instruments are applicable to other descrip- to water-closets in ships and vessels.

carding engines. tions of sewing machines, and has for its object the

3412 J. Gregory, Kingswood Iron Works, Bristol. An 3453° C. Markham and W. Knighton, Staveley Coal and rendering of shuttle and other sewing machines noiseless, improved construction of retort for charring bones to pro- Iron Works, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Improvements in or nearly so, in working. -Patent cumpleted. duce animal charcoal.

apparatus for moulding and drying moulds for pipes and 1505 W. E. GEDGE, Wellington-street, Strand. Portable ments in safety lamps.

3413 W. II. Hall and J. Cooke, Birmingham. Improve other cylinders, and in withdrawing them from their

moulds. apparatus for administering resinous sudations. (A commu 3414 T. Cain, Douglas, Isle of Man. Improvements in 3454 R. A. Gold, Birmingham. Improvements in twonication.) Dated May 7, 1868. This invention is not described apart from the drawings. order to prepare them for food. the methol of, and apparatus for, treating potatoes in wheeled carriages or cabs.

3455 W. Burgess, Hanley Castle, Upton-upon-Severn, -Patent completed.

3115 J. Hickisson, Southgate-road, Hackney, Middlesex. Worcestorshire. Improvements in signal apparatus for 1506 W.E. GEDGE, Wellington-street, Strand. Throstie Improvements in the manufacture of pencils for writing the protection of property and game. frames for spinning flax, low, &c. A communication.) or marking on linen and other textile fabrics, and on other 3456 A. J. Deblon, Fives-les-Lilles, Department of the Dated May 7, 1868. surfaces.

Nord, Franco. An improved expansive condensing and This invention is not described apart from the drawings.

3116 O. G. Abbott, Harrogate, Yorkshire. An improved rotary steam engine. --Patent completed.

apparatus for the distribution of sewage water and other 3457 C. Jones, Ealing, Middlesex. Improvements in the fluids.

treatment of sewage. 1507 R. Evans and J. BRUCE, Birmingham. Dressing 3417 W. Riddle, Larkhall-lane, Surrey. Improvements millstones. Dated May 7, 1868.

Datod November 14, 1868. in hooping bales, or banding them with iron, and in appaHere the inventors construct a machine or apparatus for ratus connected therewithi, part of which invention is Nottinghamshire. Improvements in hay-making ma

3458 W. N. Nicholson, Trent Iron Works, Newark, dressing millstones in the following manner :-They ils applicable to other purposes.

chines, upon a suitable framing a shaft or axle, to which a rapid

3118 T. R. Crampton, Great George-street, Westminster. rotation can be given either by hand, or by steam, or other Improvements applicable to furnaces for burning com

3159 J. B. Green, Bury, Lancashire. Improvements in motivo power. A crank or eccentric on this shaft gives a bustible liquids, either alone or in combination with other

size used in preparing yarn or warps to be woven, rapid reciprocating motion to a connecting rod. Tho con- fuel.

3160 T. Mills, Crescent-road, Plumstead, Kent. Improvenocting rod is jointed to an arm sliding in suitable guides,

ments in steam generators.

3419 II. Bessemer, Queen-street-place, Cannon-street, and the connecting rod gives to the arm a rapid recipro- City. Improvements in the manufacture of cast steel and

3461 W. Harrison, Fenton, Staffordshire. Improvements cating rectilinear motion in a horizontal plane. The free homogeneous malleable iron, and in the fusion or melting or burning bricks, tiles, earthenware, or other similar

in the construction of ovens or kilns for drying and firing end of the arm has a diamond fixed on its under side, and of different kinds or qualities of iron and steel and their when the machine is applied to the millstone to be dressed, alloys, and also in the construction and mode of working

materials. and properly adjusted and set into operation, it produces the furnaces and apparatus employed for such purposes.

3162 P. Hill, Kensington Park Gardens. Improvements by the rapid reciprocating motion of the dianion a fino

Dated Noveinber 11, 1863.

in instruments or apparatus for preparing the strips of groove of the required depth. After the cutting of one 3120 T. Vaughan and E. Watteeu, Middlesborough-on- in electric telegraph apparatus.

paper or other material employed for conveying signals groove, the arm carrying the diamond is moved so as to Tees. Improvements in scrow bolts, and in the means for cut another parallel groove, and so on until all the grooves securing tho mnts thereon,

3163 G. J. Worssa m, Wenlock-road, City-road, Middlein one “quarter" are cut without shifting the machinery

sex. Obtaining motive power hy water and air or gases.

3421 E. and F. Dixon, Clipstone-street, St. Marylebone, or apparatus.--Patent abandoned. Middlesex. The better, more securely, and quickly pack- Hatton-garden, Middlesex.

3464 R. Beckley, Richmond, Surrey, and J. J. Hicks,

Improvements in mcans or 1508 J. Bruce and R. EVANS, Birmingham. Bolters used ing bottles of every description; suchi invention is adapt- | apparatus for measuring and registering the quantities of for dressing flour. Dated May 7, 1805.

The patentees claim making the beaters of the bolters 3122 R. Halliday, Worsley, Lancashire. Certain im- powing liquids, which invention may be used as a rain inclined or olique to the axis of rotation of the reel of provements in apparatus for oiling the axles of waggons of liquor run off from a still or other apparatus or vessel. the bolter; also curring the said inclined beaters so as to used in collieries, and for other purposes. make them follow the ligure of the said reel for the pur

3105 H. E. Newton, Chancery-lane. Improvements in

3423 E. Ia3ge, Swansea, Glamorganshire. Improve-propelling vessels. (A communication.) pose.-Patent completed.

ments in the mode of, and apparatus for, manufacturing 3166 A. Turner, Leicestershire. Improvements in the tin, torne, and other coated plates.

manufacture of elastic fabrics, 1509 R. K. MILLER and A. B. IICRBERT, Elinburgh, 3424 W.S. Thomson, Cheapside, City. Improvements

8167 W. Richardson, Oldham, Lancashire. Improveand H. Watson, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Knotter for straining in the manufacture of corsets, jackets, mantles, and other

ments in condenser carding engines. paper pulp. Dited May 8, 1863. like garments.

3169 J. Howard and E. T. Bousfield, Bedfordshire. This invention relates to the construction of "knotter" 3425 M. H. Davies, Prince Alfred's-road, Wavertree, Improvements in the construction of tubular steam bottoms of e material, whereby they can be moulded into Liverpool. Improvements in the construction of fences boilers. shape at a cheap cost. The material employed is vulcanite, where strained wire or other strained material is employed,

3469 C. K. Bradford, Lynnfield, Essex, Massachusetts, the recesses and ribs being formed in niuuius, after which part of which improvements is also applicable to the

U.S.A. A new and useful velocipede, and certain improvethe thin slits or openings at the bottom of each recess are gearing of cranes, windlasses, and other winding hands, ments in the same. cut through. -Patent abandoned. and to other gearing.

8170 J. C. M'Donald, Waddon, near Croydon, Surrey, 1510 G. BOWdEx and J. R. DICKINSON, Oxford-street.shire. Improvements in kilns for burning bricks, cement, provements in the manufacture of stereotype printing

3426 G. and J. Wilson, Stafford-streot, Hanley, Stafford and J. Calverley, Albany-road, Camberwell, Surrey: ImProtecting the points of brushes and pencils. Dated May 8, pottery, and earthenware, and other articles or substances, 1868.

surfaces, and in machinery for printing, and also for cut. This invention is not describod apart from the drawings. pare rauf which improvements are applicable to furnaces ting into sheets rolls of paper. -Patent completed.

3471 H. Aitken, Falkirk, Stirling, North Britain. Im8427 i'. Holmes, Jarls Gate, near Romford, Essex.

provements in treating iron ores or iron stones. 1511 H. N. PENRICH, Wilton Hougo, near Norwich. Improvements in the manufacture of smoking pipes.

3472 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Improvements Forming tunnels and gallerie: in rocks. Dated May 8, 1868.

313 G. Piercy, Halifax, Yorkshire. A new or improved in railway wheels. (A communication.) The patentee claims constructing nachinery for tun- safety stay for the shafts of carriages. nalling and forming galleries in rurls with a working in machinery for wool shaping and similar purposes.. 3129 J. Lewthwaite, Bury, Lancashire. Improvements

Dated November 16, 1868. head having broad radical arms receiving cutters present

3173 T. Berney, Bracon Hall, Norfolk. Improvements in ing concentric rings of cutting edges, and so arrangel

3130 A. N. Clark, Chancery-lane. Improvements in the mounting and working of ordnance and defensive that the length of cutting else iu eleh ring is propor- cylinder printing machines. (A communication.) armour, and in the construction, forms, and means of tional, or nearly so, to the length of the circular groove

Dated November 12, 1863.

applying defensive armour, and in the forms and in the which the edge produces. He also claims constructing

3131 O. J. Ohaplin, Bucklersbury, City. An improved use of some parts thereof, and also in the construction and machinery for tunnellinz ani formin; galleries in rocks composition for cattle food. (A communication.)

uso of apparatus for effecting the above purposes for the with a working head arranged substantially as described.

3132 S. and G. Holt, Baeup, Lancashire. Improvements defence of ships and other vessels, forts, batteries, and --Patent completed. in the manufacture of pickers,

other fortifications, and of ordnance in them and else31.3 H. lenkeil, Upper Thames-street, City. Improvo- where where required, parts of which improvements aro 1512 W. HUSBAND, ITuyle, Cornwall, and F. B. DOERING,ments in breech-loading Arearms, and in cartridges to be also applicable to other purpose. Victoriil-street, Westminster. Serurin, or ho'rling llu stands used therewith, and with other descriptions of breech 3471 J. C. Bowler, Hale, near Bowden, Chester. Improveor frames of rock-boriny or excarating machines. Dated loading tirearms. (A communication.)

monts in the construction of castors. May 8, 1868.

3131 A. A. Hely, Stratford, Essex. Improvements in 3175 H. A. Bonneville, Sackville-street, Piccadilly. This invention consists in securing or holding tho stands / umbrellas, suushades, and parasols.

Improvements in the shape and casting of missiles, and









in the apparatus connected therewith. (A communica

3188 J. Cockshoot, jun., and H. Weatherill. Construc tion.)

tion of carriage axles. 3176 J. Smith, Cheetham, Manchester. Improvements 3197 W. Dore and J. Thornhill. Motive-power engines. in machinery or apparatus for stretching and finishing 3215 T. Forster and J. Heartfield. Bath gloves. woven fabrics.

3227 W. K. Foster. Carriage wheels. 3477 H, Carter, Manchester. An improved apparatus 3231 J. Ryder. Kilns for burning bricks. to be employed for exhibition purposes in connection with 3238 R. Dowling. Bottles for containing poisons. gas burners,

3255 E. Wimbridge. Manufacturing blocks for surface 3478 T. Martin, Royal Barracks, Dublin. Improvements printing.

This in the means for supplying ammunition and other objects 3265 J. Silvester. Steam gauges.

Leather to troops under action, and in cars or vehicles employed 3278 W. Mort. Obtaining reduction of temperature by for that purpose, which are also applicable to other pur. the expansion of air in connection with the preservation

combines poses; also a mode of packing such ammunition. of articles of food. (A communication.)

extraordinary 3479 P. J. Ravel, Paris. An improved steam generator. 3365 W.R. Lake. Machinery for nailing soles to boots. 3480 J. Matheson, jun, Glasgow. Improvements in (A communication.)

strength with dyeing and washing yarns, and in apparatus therefor.

lightness and great

E. 3481 E. and A. Priest, Victoria Mills, Huddersfield, Yorkshire. Improvements in carding engines, technically PROVISIONAL PROTECTION FOR SIX MONTHS

suppleness. For known as scribblers or breakers.

Has been granted upon Specifications bearing the fol MILLBANDS and 3482 E. Hogg, Gateshead, Durham. Improvements in

lowing uumbers :machines for straightening and planishing rolled iron. 3483 J. Hare, Handsworth, Staffordshire. Improve.

2139 3052 3190 ments in the manufacture of apparatus for expanding

3212 3232
328 3295

it is unrivaled.
E21543069 3194 3213


:: 72 3297 2182 8078 3200 3214 3238 3260 3283

3299 3481 A. M'Neil, Tiverton, Devonshire, and W. Wheaton,

Also Manufacturers of all other descrip

2593 Exeter, Devonshire. An improved process for the manu

30SO 3202 3216 8240 3262 3285


tions of facture of salts of ammonia from ammoniacal gas liquor.

2640 3118 3204
3217 3242 3264 3287 3303

Leather, Fire Engine Hose, Bands, &c.

2906 3120 8185 R. M. Boniwell, Richmond Surrey. Certain im

3206 3220 3244 3266 3291 3305 provements in the construction of river bjats, and in the

2932 3143 8208 3222 3246 3267 3293 3311 machinery attached to the same for propelling them by

2982 3146 3210 3230

STERNE'S PATENT manual power. 3486 W. Low, Roseneath Grove Park, Wrexham, and G.

PNEUMATIC RUBBER BUFFERS, Thomas, Broad-street, Cardiff. Improvements in suspen



Sealed November 13, 1868. 3487 S. W. Campain, Deeping St. Nicholas, Spalding,

1600 W. and G. B. Smith 1661 G. T. Bousfield Lincoln. Improvements in apparatus to be used when

These springs are no longer an ex 1611 J. A. Adams 1667 W. Palliser and F.

periment, and are more elastic tilling or working land by stean power.

1612 C. Golden
J. Bolton

durable, and economical than any
1617 W. E. Gedge
1691 A. M. Clark

others, possessing the advantage of 1619 M. A. Hamilton 1713 A. M. Clark

being suitable for either hot or cold 1629 J. Grantham 1743 H. A. Bonneville

climates, and without liability to NOTICES OF INTENTION TO PROCEED WITH 1643 J. Fry

1799 C. D. Abel

breakage; and are in use on the PATENTS.

1656 C. R. Havell
2022 A. V. Newton

Great Western, London and South From the "London Gazette," November 17, 1863.

AT REST -Fig. 1. Western, Metropolitan, Hoylate, 2000 C. H. Murray, Device for uniting the ends of

Sealed November 17, 1868.

Great Southern, Great Southern straps.

1623 G. Watson
1675 T. G. Messenger

and Western, Delhi and other lines 2115 D. Hall. Furnaces. 1630 E. P. H. Vaughan 1677 R. and J. Fryer

of Railway at home and abroad. 2137 E. H. Newby. Reducing aluminium from its ores. 1631 E. P. H. Vaughan 1679 J. R. Batty

They are also in use for Mining (A communication.)

1639 T. Griffen
1632 F. E. B. Beaumont

Cages, Sections and models of the 2139 T. G. Messenger. Construction of buildings use 1 1642 J. Kennett

and C. J. Appleby

above, and other railway and mefor horticultural purposes.

1644 R. Froehlich
1683 J. W. Whittaker

chanical appliances, and also 2141 G. Slater. Machine for plaiting strips of cloth or 1646 A. G. Hutchinson


various applications of the junction 1643 J. B. Whiteley paper.

1722 J. Ferrabce

ACTION.-Fig. 2. of rubber to metal, can be seeu at 2146 E. H. Waldenstrom, Manufacturing metallic 1650 W. F. Batho

the Othces of

1994 G. II. Midwood rivets,

1953 A. Leslie
1995 G. Richardson

STERNE, 2150 G. R. Wilson. Stereotype plates.

1655 W. Tijou

2123 J. H. Johnson 2151 T.J. Mayall. India-rubber soles for boots.

1659 W. Inglis
2327 W.R. Lake

, Great Queen-st., Westminster. 2154 J. Lawson and E. G. Fitton. Hackling and spin 1670 J. E. Poynter

2475 J. Litchfield

B 39 ning flax.

1672 J. Crofts, R. Dawson, 2772 G. Warsop 2155 T. R. Crampton. Constructing forts. and J. King

OLLED JOISTS or 2159 T. J. Mayall. Gas tubing.

GIRDER BEAMS, 2160 T.J. Mayall. Electric telegraph cables. 2165 J. Prest, w. Mather, and W. Doherty. Chaff PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £50

01 & variety of sizes, from 3in. to 20tn. deep,

HAS BEEN PAID. cutters.

with top and bottom fanges to Gin., Farying 2167 A.J. Le Blanc. Manufacture of belts.

2895 A. V. Newton
1 2912 P. Ellis

in thickness from fin, to lin. thick on the 2171 E. Rouget. Mode of fixing on paper drawings in

2900 J. Norris
2934 J. T. A. Mallett

web, and rolled out to 40ft. lengths. crayons.

2901 D. Slater
2936 H. Clifton

PLATES, ANGLES, BULBS, TEES, 2172 M. Bebro. Apparatus for containing and deliver

2908 W.R. Lake
2943 H. Cochrane

BARS, ing tickets.

2927 J. Williamson, J. 3245 W. A. West 2175 T. J. Mayall. Treatment of india-rubber. Lindley, and J. Cole 3112 J. Steart

AND ALL KINDS OF ROLLED IROX. 2176 W. Creasy. Machinery for drying grain. man

Books of Sections, Prices, and other informar2177 J. Harris and V. Pendred. Manufacture or wrought

tion, will be supplied on application to iron and steel.

PATENTS ON WHICH THE STAMP DUTY OF £100 2181 W. R. Oswald. Formation of steam and water


HAS BEEN PAID. tight joints in tubular boilers.

NEWCASTLE-ON-TEXE. 2182 T. Worth. Railways.

2827 D. Y. Stewart
2883 J.C. Goodall and J.

B 2184 J. H. Johnson, Musical instrument. (A commu

2854 T. Procter

Beale nication.)

2863 G. T. Bousfield

3032 J. L. Field 2185 W. L. G. Wright. Rotary engines.

2186 E. T. Hughes. Wooden pavement. (A communi- LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS PUBLISHED cation.)

PATENT PACKING FOR STEAM 2190 J. D. Churchill. Hot-air engines.

For the week ending November 14, 1868. 2194 T. Travis, W. H. Prince, and J. Tomlinson. Ma

ENGINES, &c. chinery for clearing yarn and thread.

No. Pr No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. 2201 E. Edwards. Photography.

INDIA-RUBBER VALVES, &c. 2206 A. Munro and W. B. Adamson, Manufacture of

8. d

s. d. s. d 8. d. tools. 436 1 09851 4 10261 010800 $ 11740 41203 04 TRADE MARK.

TUCK and Co. 2207 A. Munro and W. B. Adamson, Manufacture of 919 0 10 9940 610300 810890 S111760 41204 0 4

beg to call attention to the annexed iron.

" TRADE MARK," whieh in fr. 925 0 81002 0 10 1032 0 10 1095 1 4 11800 4.1205 0 4

ture will appear upon each leneth 2208 G. R. Mather. Mills for grinding colours. 934 0 81005 0 10 10331 811090 611810 4 1206 0 4

of “ TUCK'S PATENT PARẺ. 2209 G., G, W., and J. Betjemann. Book slide s. 935 0 810070 8 10350 10/11310 811840 41207] 0 4

ING," as also upon thels 2217 J. Cope and J. Bradbrock. Apparatus to be used 938 1 010110 10 10370 10.11330 10 1185 0 412080


guaranteed in book-binding. 941 0 10 1013 1 1038 0 10 11510 411870 41209 0 4

quality. Sheet India2221 C. J. Galloway and C. H. Holt. Operating piston 943 0 10 10140 810410 81157 0 411890 41210 0 10

rubber, Buffers, Hose, valves of steam engines. 9590 S1015 0 10430 8111600 4 1190 0 412170

Tubing, Banding, &c. 2252 W. J. C. Muir. Permanent way of railways. 9620 810180 10470 811650 4 11910 41363 0 4

TUCK & Co., 2253 C. J. Galloway and C.H. Holt. Boilers for generat 9662 10190 10 10570 S1117010 411920 4 1367 0 4

LONDON: ing steam.

967 1 010220 10 106810 10111710 41193 0 811796 0 10 2270 H. B. Barlow. Machinery for spinning cotton. 970 12 4 10250 11078 0 10111730 411195 0 41

118, Cannon Street, E.C. (A communication)

Liverpool:-42 and 44, QUEEN STREET, 2274 E. Beanes. Brewing.



A 11 Patent BLOCK PREVENTIVE COMPOSITION is the simplest

Contractors to the Admiralty. 2283 A. Homfray. Separating coal from bats.

and safest in application ; warranted harmless in its action on the 2299 W. T. Hamilton. Dovetailing machine.

cocks, &c.; cffects a saving of 33 per cent. in fuel. Many improve2301 W. T. Hamilton. Method of converting circular

meuts have been made in the manufacture during the last four years, THOMAS TURTON AND SONS,

and the composition enjoys the highest reputation in the Royal Arinto reciprocating motion.

Manufacturers of senal, H.M.'s Dockyards, and other Government and many large pri2347 A. M. Clark. Steering steam vessels. (A commu pate establishments in the country. Price 42s. por cwt. --Address to CAST STEEL for Cutters, Punches, Taps, and nication.)

(the principal agent) Mr. HARRIS, 25, Denbigh-place. London, S.W. Dies, Turning Tools, Chisels, &c. 2351 J. Higgin. Making aniline black. N.B.-Engineers are respectfully invited to give the compo a trial.

CAST STEEL Piston Rods, Crank Pins, Connect

B 100 2131 J. R. Croskey. Looms for weaving.

ing Rods, Straight and Crank Axles, Shafts, and Forgings of 2450 H. Churchman. Cleaning boots and shoes 2463 A. M. Clark. Scissors. (A communication.) 2492 F. Le Roy. Non-conducting composition for pres the only one that Indicates the ('ash Value of Lubricating Oil.

other make. (See results of trial in the "Times, Jaly 25, 1851.) venting the radiation of heat or coll.

See Testimonials.

TOOLS of all kinds for Engineers, Railways, Con2596 H. N. Waters.

tractors, &c., &c. generators. 2716 W. C. Green. Breech-loading firearms.


SONS. Electro-Boracic Steol, warranted to wear out three Tools 2970 J. Gregory. Apparatus for preparing animal char SALFORD, LANCASHIRE. made of Cast Steel. coal.

B 59

DOUBLE SHEAR STEEL, SPRING STEEL, 3036 R. Heilmann and P. Hart. Utilizing the fumes

BLISTER STEEL, | GERMAN STEEL, or vapours evolved during certain chemical operations. INNEFORD'S FLUID MAGNESIA. - SPRINGS, BUFFERS, and CAST STEEL TYRES 3122 W. Moodie. Propelling ships.

The Medical Profession for thirty years have approved of

For Locomotive Engincs, Railway Carriages, and Waggons 3165 W. R. Lake. Repeating breech-loading firearms.

this puro Solution of Magnesia as the best remedy for Acidity of the (A communication.) Stomach, Heartburn, Hendache, Gout, and Indigestion: and as the

SHEAF WORKS and SPRING WORKS, 3166 T. and T. Vicars and J. Smith. Self-feeding bost mild aperient for delicate constitutions, especially adapted for

SHEFFIELD. smokeless furnaces.

Ladies, Children, and Infants. 3187 T. Wrigley and J. Richardson. Looms for weav


London Warehouse: 35, QUEEN-STREET, CITY, 172, New Bond-street, London,

Where the Larger Stock of Steel, Files, Tools, &c., &c., may be ing And of all other chenists throughout the world. A 59

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