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by using sulphurous acid, and carbonato of lime, as de- formed by the platform or bottom of the cart into recesses, nary wick, and in the upper part a thin cotton braiding, to scribed.--Patent completed.

in which are fitted suitable panels or boards which are which the ordinary wick acts as a conductor of the oil

capable of easy insertion and removal therefrom. The which passes in a wide and thin layer through the braid. 1842 A. M. CLARK, Chancery-lane. Combination locks. (A | wheels are formed of open segments

of iron or steel, ing, and, when ignited, presents a wide and thin fiams communication). Datod June 5, 1868. This invention is not described apart from the drawings. wheel, to the periphery of which the wooden felloe and renders the combustion much more complete than in an

which, when bolted together, form a kind of skeleton which rapidly absorbs oxygen from the atmosphere. and -Patent completed.

iron or steel tyre are bolted. The space into which the ordinary lamp burner; and when light hydrocarbons are 1848 J.PAGE, Birmingham. Cork screws. Dated June 5, nave is fitted is hexagonal inform, and the nave is of wood, used he places at each side of the top part a plate to deflect 1868.

through the centre of which is passed a short axle, which the air against the lower part of the flame. To prevent On the shaft (or shank) of an ordinary shaped corkscrew is square at the central portion, and is turned at the parts the thin braiding from carbonizing too rapidly, it is soaked the inventor places a metal collar, which works up and projecting from the nave, so as to fit into suitable collars in a solution of alum, and afterwards dried, and in some down by means of a screw cut upon the shaft in the re- or plummer blocks fixed to the platform or bottom of the cases, when burning mineral oil, it is advisable to add & verso direction of the twist of the piercing worm, a corre- cart. The axle is fixed in the nave by means of a key small quantity of vegetable oil for enabling the flame to sponding female screw being cut within the collar. He passing through both rave

and axle, and secured in posi- be steady with a less consumption of oil. The quantity also attaches to the shaft the usual bell-shaped frame, the lion by means of gibs and keys, or other suitable means. of vegetable oil is slightly varied, according to the specifle neck of which moves freely (without screw) up and down the spokes, felloe, and tyre of the wheels are flush with gravity of the mineral oil, but when the specific gravity is the shaft between the collar and piercing worm. The each other, and he prefers to form the open segments of about 8-45deg., 1 ounce of vegetable oil may be added to upper end of this frame neck and the lower end of the ordinary tyre iron. The wheels pass through and are en- 91b. of mineral oil.-Patent abandoned. collar are pierced with ratchet teeth or claws, fitting each closed by parts of the open framework forming the bottom 1859 H. A. BONNEVILLE, Sackville-street, Piccadilly. other. In using the corkscrew, the collar is placed at the or platform of the cart which project beyond the sides Apparatus for levelling and measuring distances, altitudes and end of shaft nearest the handle, so that when the worm thereof. The cart is provided with a suitable pole and angles. (A communication). Dated June 6, 1863. has pierced the cork, the ratchet teeth of the collar are yokes when required to be drawn by oxen, or shafts may This invention is not fully described apart from the brought into contact with those of the frame neck, and, by be fixed thereto, if desired, and tho pole or shafts are drawings.- Patent abandoned. continuing to turn, the cork is drawn by the reversing arranged to be received and fixed in suitable sockets by action of the screw on shaft.-Patent abandoned. means of pins passed therethrough, or in other suitable

1860 J. DEWAR, Kirkcaldy. Arresting decay in certain manner, and

he applies such sockets at both ends of the vegetable substances for the purposes of food and manure. lade. Stopping motion for spinning machinery. (A com- He also forms suitable sockets in the centre of the cart, 1844 C. DE ABEL, Southampton-buildings, Chancery- cart

, so that the pole or shafts may be fixed at either end. Dated June 6, 1868.

According to one important feature of this invention, It is well known that in the frames for spioning fax, through the centre of the cart, and be used as a tent

pole other grain, and

whether it be in a sound condition or in so that the polo may, when desired, be passed vertically the patentee subjects any quantity of grain which he hemp, and other Alamentous materials, when a thread is broken, the feeding rollers, in continuing to deliver the form a tent over and around the cart, at which time legs : condition in which decay, has already commenced, to sliver or material for the thread, cause a certain waste, are let down from the cart to retain it in a vertical posi- an aqueous solution of that acid, ard allowing it to steep which may be of considerable importance where a number

ion.-Patent completed, of frames are employed. Various contrivances have been

1851 0. T. NEWTON, North Egremont, and G. A. action of the acid upon it. He finds that an immersion of

therein for a period of time sufficient to secure the through proposed for preventing such waste, but none of the exist

Steam boiler and other furnaces two hours' duration is sufficient for that purpose. He then ing arrangements fuldi perfectly and economically the NEWTON, Liverpool. object desired. The present invention consists in a simple Dated June 5, 1868. and cheap arrangement of apparatus for the above pur) in bulk, and in a cool state, on to the top surface of freshly

dries the grain.-Patent completed. The object of this invention is to supply atmospheric air

1861 G. MAW, Benthall, Brosely, Salop. Manufacture of pose, wherein a disengaging lever, brought directly into action by the breaking of a thread, is caused to arrest the fed fuel in steam boiler and other furnaces, as described, garden tallies or plant labels or markers. Dated June 6, 1869.

This invention consists in making the above of burat motion of the respective drawing roller only, thus

stopping instead of admitting the necessary air to support combusthe supply of material for that particular thread without tion through the firebars and through the fuel, as hitherto earthenware, composed of pulverized clay, by Prosser's

process. The blank forms so produced may be either interfering with the action of the other parts of the ma- practised.-Patent completed. chine.-Patent completed.

1852 J. WADSWORTH, Manchester.

glazed or left plain, and they may be lettered or inscribed

New fabric or com- by the ordinary process of earthenware and porcelain Process for feeding sugar factories or distilleries. (A commu- other übre woven into canvas

cloth, or in its manufactured 1845 H. A. BONNEVILLE, Sackville-street, Piccadilly. position. Dated June 5, 1868.

This invention consists in saturating jute, hemp, or either upon or beneath the glaze.—Patent completed.

printing, printing or writing with enamel, or other colours, nication) Dated June 5, 1868.

1862 A. V. NEWTON, Chancery-lane. Storing and mea.

pressThe patentse claims the manufacture of sugar from beet-state, with gutta-percha in a soft or liquid state, and root or its distillation by abstracting the juice from thc ing layers of such saturated Abre or canvas cloth together suring petroleum, de. (A communication). Dated June 6, said vegetable in workshops at a distance from the factory thickness, which may be used for the soles and heels of whilst warm, so as to form a tough fabric of any required


This invention is not described apart from the drawings. where the sugar is manufactured, or the distilling, the boots and shoes, and for other purposes.-Patent com

- Patent completed. extraction being effected by any convenient means, and pleted.

1863 S. WILKERSON, Chelmsford. Spreading manure, the forcing or conveying of the juice being effected by means of conduits, which connect the extraction workshops 1853 E. A. DABRA, Brooklyn, Norfolk, Massachusetts, &c. Dated June 6, 1868.

This invention relates to certain improvements in mawith the sugar factory or distillery, and, if needs be, the U.S.A. Projectiles for rifled cannon or 'ordnance. Dated

chines or apparatus for the purpose of scattering or different extraction workshops with one another.-Patent June 5, 1868. completed.


invention is not described apart from the drawings. spreading manure on land, whereby the quantity of manure -Patent completed.

is regulated and controlled in accordance with the speed 1846 R.B. SAWERS, Glasgow. Weaving ornamental fabrics.

1854 R. ELSTON, Brockham, Surrey, and A. STEIN, Ryder doned.

at which the conveyance is male to travel.-Patent abanDated June 5, 1868. This invention has for its object the production, in a substances, &c. Dated June 5, 1868. street, London. Manufacture of glass, or similar vitreous

1864 G. FINNEGAN, Dublin. Hand-saw machines. Dated simple and economical manner, of ornamental fabrics similar to fabrics of the “ Paisley shawl" class, but with

In order to produce glass, or a similar vitreous sub- June 6, 1868. a pert:ct pattern on both sides, and suitable for zebras, suitable furnace, the glass making materials,

that is to say, stance, the inventors place in a blast, cupola, or other

The patentee claims the mode of arranging the parts of a band saw machine in such manner that the saw is

caused to cut in a horizontal plane, whilst the timber to woven by means of jacquard or equivalent pattern me- sand, or siliceous material, and flux-it may be lime or chanism, and with what is known as "full harness.

other fur-together with fuel, and intermixed therewith, be cut is fixed to the upper surface of a travelling solid Patent abandoned.

and by the combustion of this fuel, urged by a blast, sunt bed or table, substantially as shown and described

cient heat is generated to fuse the glass making materials Patent completed, 1847 T. O. GREGORY, Glasgow. Spring; to be applied to into a glass or vitreous substance which may be used for 1865 H. RIVIERE, Bayswater, aud F. T. BAKER, Fleetrailway rolling stock, &c. (A communication). Dated June 5, the purposes for which other glass is used.-Patent aban- street, City. Machines and hand tools used for c'osing the ends 1868. doned.

of central-fire and pin cartridges when loaded. Dated June 6, This invention relates to an improved mode of applying 1855 A. STEPHEN, Middlesex Hospital. Apparatus for

1868. steel blades to form springs, specially adapted for the ventilating buildings, dc. Dated June 5, 1868.

This invention is not described apart from the drawings. bearing springs of railway rolling stock, but also suitable

This invention consists, essentially, in the use of a slide --Patent completed. for various other uses.- Patent abandoned.

somewhat similar to a drawer, but surrounded on all sides 1866 T. METCALF and T. LONGFELLOW, Shipley, York. 1848 F. REDICLIFFE, Hendre Mine, Flint. Mechanical with perforated metal, wire gauze, or other suitable Looms. Dated June 6, 1863. arrangements applicable to pump buckets, and partially appli- material, whilst the front of the said slide is solid or non- The object of this invention is to prevent the breakage cable to pistuns. Dated June 5, 1868.

perforated; this slide (which may be of any shape) is of warp threads by reason of the shuttle stopping short of This invention refers to a former patent, granted to the made to it easily into a corresponding opening or frame the shuttle box, and the invention consists in arrangepresent patentee, dated June 21, 1867 (No. 1821), which made or fitted in the wall of the apartment to be ventilated, ments for effecting that purpose.-Patent abandoned. comprised certain improvements in pump bucket and pis- and the slide is drawn out more or less, so as to expose 1867 T. A. WESTON, Birmingbam. Apparatus for raising tons, whereby (as described in the specification thereof) more or less of the perforated surface, according to the

and lowering, moring, or transporting heary bodies. Dated packing could from time to time be effectually adjusted degree of ventilation required. These slides, which, when June 6, 1868. as the same became worn away. In lieu of the arrange closed, are flush, or nearly so, with the face of tho wall, ments described in the said specification, with the excep-are intended to be situate at convenient or suitable arrangement of apparatus applicable to windlasses, crabs,

The invention relates to a peculiar construction and tion of the fork at the bottom of the pump, which may be intervals near the floor of the apartment for the admission and capstans, whereby the load is made self-sustaining, the same as described in that specification, the patentee of air which is dispersed upwards and laterally, but can and, where desired, a perfect control is obtained in the uses the following arrangements :-He constructs the not rush directly forward into the interior of the apartthe packing or gearing, and another division being of end of the slide. The foul air is allowed to pass off through surfaces to the barrels, gearing and sustaining ratchet bucket in divisions, one division being recessed to receive ment by reason of the obstruction presented by the front lowering motion, and consists, essentially, in the applica: sufficiently large diameter to allow the frst-mentioned any convenient outlets provided with regulating valves or wheels of hoisting apparatus of all kinds, the action of division to fit therein, the packing or gearing being fitted dampers, and situate near the ceiling.–Patent abandoned. the barrel and gearing being to produce sustaining friction in the recessed portion aforesaid. Across the recessed 1856 J. GERARD, Totton, Hants. Mechanical arrange- between the frictional surfaces, such surfaces being division a bar is secured, through which & screw or ments for facilitating escape from flre, for lifling and lowering forcibly pressed together by the inclines, both in boisting adjuster attached to the fork above mentioned (or other weighis, &c. Dated June 6, 1868.

and lowering, whilst the pressure and friction serve also wise) works, and by operating on which, by means of a This invention consists in the adaptation of the well- to sustain the load.-Patent completed. bar at the bottom of the pump, in similar manner to that known system of lazy tong levers with other mechanical described in the specification of the former patent, or by arrangements for facilitating escape from fire, for lifting

1868 J. YOUNG, Kelly, Renfrew, N.B. Treating hydra other means, one of the divisions is caused to move and lowering weights, and for other analogous purposes.

carbons. Dated June 6, 1868. within the other, and the packing or gearing is thereby The invention is not described in detail apart from the tilling hydrocarbons, such as paratin, paraffin oil, and

This invention consists, essentially, in heating and dispressed out and adjusted. The bar at the bottom of the drawings.-Patent completed. pump should be adjustable by means of rack and pinion,

1857 A. KEARNEY, Halifax. Treating or preparing spun earths.-Patent abandoned.

petroleum, in contact with or from alkalies or alkaline or other suitable mechanism, and a bar should be used across the unrecessed division to carry the fork and screw.

or twisted silk waste for dressing or combing. Dated June 6,

1869 W. BROUGHTON, South-street, Finsbury-market. -Patent completed.

This invention consists in the employment of a pair of Kitchen ranges. Dated June 6, 1868. 1849 A. PRINCE, Trafalgar-square. Metal castings. (A feed rollers, with or without an endless aproa, to feed

We cannot here give space to a description of this incommunication). Dated June 6, 1868. gradually spun or twisted silk waste, or waste silk yarns

vention,-Patent abandoned. The patentee claims the improvements in the manu- or threads, to a revolving card clothed cylinder, which 1870 F. WAENZEL, Vienna, Germany. Central-fire cart facture of metal castings by means of the application to partially opens or takes out the twist, and receives the said ridges. Dated June 6, 1868. the wrought metal of a coating of nickel, or other metal waste upon its surface, from which it is taken in detached Here the inventor provides the rear end of the cartridge possessing the requisite resisting properties to the effects portions by a series of revolving or travelling combs work case, which is made entirely of metal, with a central inner of molten cast metal in contact tharewith, whereby the ing in contact therewith at a quicker surface speed, and cavity for containing the fulminate by which the cartridge wrought metal is protected from the hitherto injurious thence travelling in contact with another card surface, by is to be exploded. The fulminate is placed in a metal disc effects of the cast molten metal in contact with the preference an endless card belt, running in contact with slightly dished, and provided with one or more perfontwrought metal in the mould), substantially as and for the the cylinder, but at a slower surface speed, whereby the tions, which disc is placed in the rear end of the cartridge, purposes specified. - Patent completed.

twist of the said silk waste or wash silk is taken out ready and there secured by pressure, the fulminate being con1860 W. J. ADDIS, Sapna, Bombay. Carts. Dated June 6, to be dressed or combed into Abre suitable to be respun.- tained between the disc and the end of the

cartridge. The 1868.

cartridge case is afterwards filled in the usual manner, Here the patentee forms the bottom or platform of the 1858 M. RAE, Up Hall, Linlithgowshire. Improvements ignites the charge by means of the before-mentioned

The fulminate, when exploded, communicates with and cart of open framework, below which is formed a box, as in lamps. Dated June 6, 1868. is usual in some descriptions of carts. This box has here- Here, instead of the ordinary wick tube of one piece, perforation or perforations in the disc which separates tofore boen formed of woodwork connected together by the inventor makes in it two parts of any required dimen- the one from the other.--Patent abandoned. muitable angle irons. The of the cart are formed of sions connected together. For ordinary lamps, he makes 1871 A. M. CLARK, Chancery-lane. Machinery for forging an open framework by wood dropped into suitable recesses the lower part about fin. wide, and the upper part of about or shaping melal. (A communication). Dated June 6, 1868. o the platform or bottom of the cart, or connected thereto 24in. in width, the top of the upper part being of a curved This invention is not described apart from the drawings.

any suitable manner. The cover or top of the box is or crescent shape. In the lower part he places an ordi- -Patent completed.

1872 G. WATSON, Commercial-road, and W. J. and S. T. and he secures this in any convenient manner, on any

Dated December 17, 1868. BAKER, Southwark Bridge-road. Artesian tube well, and ordinary flooring, so as to obtain the appearance of an in- 3835 J. T. Hall, G. Critchley, Liverpool, and H. B. Fox, lifting force pump. Dated June 8, 1868.

laid or parquet flooring, without the necessity of removing Oxton, Cheshire. An improved self-acting rack or catch The patentee claims the construction and use of Artesian such ordinary flooring-Patent completed.

wits or without hinge. tube wells and lifting force pumps, the former with fluted

3836 J. Thorniley and G. B. Wing, Manchester. An of peopored penetrator, with or without punches or drills, Wamsford, Northampton. Construction of carriages used improved process of restoring or renewing worn-out Ales. or jointed, and the latter with the peculiar arrangement of with apparatus or elevators for elevating strau. Dated June 9,

G. , the parts of the valves, and the arrangement for working

manufacture of varnish, 1868. the pumps, all as described and illustrated in the drawings.

3838 F. Robert-Theurer, Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland.

This invention consists in forming the carriages of two The driving nut also is claimed, and the particular arrange

Improvements in watches, ments as illustrated.-Patent completed. or more parts, and free to slide one within the other, or

3839 A. Perry, Dartford, Kent. Improvements in lightover and under each other, or any other suitable form, so 1873 SILLETTS, Ashton, near Birmingham. Double- as to be capable of being extended. It is preferred to impart ing

car illuminating stained, painted, or coloured windows This invention has reference to those guns known as thereon, but, of course, other machinery might be used, 1. W. and W.J. Pearman, Castle-street East,


. drop-down, guns. Instead of the mechanism ordinarily so that the frames may be pushed up close together to Improvements in the production of surfaces for printing employed for discharging the said firearms, the inventor occupy the space of an ordinary carriage, or they may be 2841 W. Manners, Nottingham. An irreversible passenemploys the following arrangement

of parts
:-In placo. of extended to such a length as the trough

or spout may be. gers' railway

danger signal. the ordinary hammers he employs hammers without the and thus to wholly support the same.-Patent completed,

3842 G. H. Benson, Staleybridge, Chester, and W. G. nose, or that part which is employed to strike the per

Valentin, Royal College of Chemistry. Improvements in cussion cap or striker, and he joints a pin or striker to

the manufacture of iron and steel, and in the apparatus each hammer immediately below the head or comb. The

employed therein. said striker consists of a rod, by preference of a cylindrical APPLICATIONS FOR LETTERS 3843 G. H. Benson, Staleybridge, Chester, and W. G figure, on the rear end of which is an eye which enters a

PATENT. recess in the hammer, and through which eye and the

Valentin, Royal College of Chemistry. Improvements in

the generation or production of combustible gases, and in hammer a screw pin is passed, so as to make a joint.

the apparutus employed therein. The front ends of the said pins or strikers work in holes in

Dated December 15, 1868.

3844 T. Inglis and T. English, Her Majesty's War Oflice. the break-off, the said front ends of the pins or strikers 3801 A. Watt, Gracechurch-street, Middlesex. Improve- Improvements in the construction of iubes or cylinders being withdrawn into the

break-off when the hammers ments in the manufacture of metallic rollers or cylinders capable of resisting great internal pressure. are at half or full cock, and projecting through the face of for printing purposes, which improvements are also 3845 F. H. Knevitt, Sun-court, Cornhill, City, and H. H. the break-off when the hammers fall. The front ends of applicable to all metallic surfaces used for printing pur- Hazard, Queen-street

, Cheapsido, City. Improvements in the said pins or strikers are flat or rounded, and the said poses.

shutters and blinds for windows, doorways, and other pins or strikers work, by preference, in a slightly oblique 3802 J. H. Brown, Abbey Mills, Romsey, Hants. Im- apertures, and in the means for adjusting the same. direction. On the descent of either of the hammers, its provements in the manufacture of helmets, hats, caps, 3846 J. C. Walker, Gainsborough-square, Hackney pin or striker is driven forcibly

through the break-off, and, and similar articles, and in the apparatus and arrange- wick, Middlesex. The production of an acid powder, and striking the percussion cap in the base of the cartridge, ment thereof employed in the said manufacture.

the use thereof in combination with an alkaline carbonate discharges the cartridge.--Patent abandoned.

3803 C. Mather, Salford, Lancashire. Improvements in in the treatment of flour employed in the manufacture of 1874 D. COFFEY, Newton Moor, near Hyde, Cheshire machinery for ginning, burring, and cleaning cotion and bread and other farinaceous food. Locks. Dated June 8, 1868 other fibrous substances. (A communication).

3847 R. Hallimond, Escomb, Bishop Auckland, Durham. This invention relates to that class of locks in which tum

3804 H. A. Bonneville, Sackville-street, Piccadilly. An improved lubricator, specially adapted for coal and blers are used, and consists, in the first place, in making Improvements in the production of motive power, and in other

tubs used in mining operations. the faces of the tumblers against which the stump works of

the apparatus connected therewith. (A communication). 3848 J. Quick, jun., Summer-street, Sonth wark, Surrey, peculiar shape, the effect of which is that, should

3805 H. Williamson, Manchester-road, Denton, Lanca- and J. Sampson, Battersea Park, Surrey. Improvements pressure

shire. be applied against the bolt, so as to tend to force it back,

Improvements in the manufacture of felt and in the construction of pistons.

other hats, the stump (instead of merely bearing against the faces of

3819 J. Pouncy, Dorchester, Dorsetshire. Improvethe tumblers, so as to retain them in the positious to which

3806 A. Baumann, Cecil-street, Middlesex. Improvements in the production of plain or coloured photographic they may be pushed, and thus assisting to the picking of ments in pressure-governed slide valves.

and other pictures. the lock) holds them down and fastens them in such a 3807 R. S. Garden, Piccadilly. An improved portable

Dated December 18, 1868, way that, so long as the pressure is on the bolt, they cartridge pouch or box.

3350 O. Liebermann and C. Graebe, Berlin. Improvecannot be moved. Another part of the invention consists

3808 W. Bywater, Sweet-street Foundry, Holbeck, near ments in preparing colouring matters. in introducing a series of springs to act on the tumblers, Leeds. Improvements in apparatus employed in the

3851 E. T. Hughes, Chancery-lane. Improvements in manufacture of felt. so arranged that, should any of the tumblers be raised too

means and apparatus for reducing the friction and assists high, when tampering with the lock, it will be caught by the construction of stays or corsets.

3809 J. W. Chilcot, Portsea, Hants. Improvements in ing the flotation of ressels when passing through the the spring and retained in that position, and will thus

water. (A communication). prevent tho stump from entering the gate, although all School Ship, off South Shields, Durham. Improvements tea and coffee urns and other similar vessels. (A com

3810 C. A. B. Pocock, of the “ Wellesley " Industrial 3852 E. T. Hughes, Chancery-lane. Improvements in the others may be in the proper positions.-Patent com

in the construction of bedsteads and leg rests for railway munication). pleted, carriages.

3853 J. W. Brierley, Oldham, Lancashire. Improvements 1875 W. LANGAN, Birmingham. Steam boilers. Dated 3811 0. E. Brooman, Fleet-street, City, patent agent. in machinery or apparatus for forging nuts. June 9, 1868.

Improved means or apparatus to be employed in diving or 3854 W.F. Thomas, Cheapside, City. Improvements in This invention refers to the construction of a self-feeding subaqueous operations._(A communication).

sewing machines. and steam generating hollow bridge for steam boilers of 3812 M. Lockhart, Douglas, Isle of Man Improved

3855 J. Hodgson, Bradford, Yorkshire, H. Bottomley, any description made so as to fit within the firebox, and means or apparatus for ventilating, chiefly applicable to Low Moor, Yorkshire, and E. 'Cockroft, Odsell Moor, Brad" of suitable depth, and it is furnished with a number of chimneys. longitudinal open fire tubes through the depth or thickness 3813 M. Brown-Westhead and R. Smith, Manchester. in weaving.

ford, Yorkshire. Improvements in apparatus employed of the bridge for the passage of the fire ; the bridge is fed Improvements applicable to spools or bobbins upon which 3856 E. S. Griffiths, Sheerness, Kent. Improved means with water from the bottom and also from the top of the thread or twine is wound for sewing and other purposes. boiler by means of inlet pipes, and the generated steam is

or apparatus for carrying anchors inboard after being

3814 J. Frazer and W. Naar, Bayswater, Middlesex. weighed. conveyed by means of an outlet pipe passing from near Improvements in the construction of mattresses and camp 3857 T. B. Salter, West Bromwich, Staffordshire, and J. the top of the bridge-Patent abandoned.

3815 P. Kotzo, Norfolk-street, Strand. Improvements in pressure or steam gauges.

Silvester, West Bromwich, Staffordshire. Improvements 1876 R. HUSBAND, Manchester. Ventilating hals, &c in steam engines.

3858 J. Edridge and J. Merrett, Birmingham. ImproveDated June 9, 1868.

3816 T. Wilson, Birmingham. Improvements in coup- ments in tinning pins and other small articles, and in This in vention consists in providing for the admission lings for connecting tubes for signalling on railway trains machinery or apparatus to be used for that purpose. of air into hats or other coverings for the head by an im- and for other purposes.

3859 S. Remington, Southampton-buildings, Chanceryproved channel or shaft between the inside of the band 3817 J. T. Grice, Birmingham. Improvements in ma- lane. An improved method of manufacturing the shoe or and the leather or pad or other band lining.-Patent com chinery for ornamenting metallic tubes and rods.

breech-piece for breech-loading firearms. pleted.

3818 J. E. Scriven, Powerstown House, Mulhuddart, 3860 D. Imhof, Oxford-street. Improvements in the

Dublin. Improvements in apparatus for heating the air machinery of chimes, applicable also to organs. 1877 F. F. BENVENUTI, Swansen. Inkstand. Dated in chambers, apartments, or buildings, and for heating 3861 T. Spencer, Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire. ImproveJune 9, 1863.

water, which apparatus is applicable for Turkish baths | ments in machinery for spinning cotton, silk, wool, and This invention consists in certain improvements in the and other purposes.

other fibrous materials into yarn, and which may also be construction of inkstands, by means of which the liquid is

Dated December 16, 1868.

used for doubling the same, and in each case winding the maintained at any desired level, whilst, at the same time, 3819 J. Mill, Southampton, Hampshire. An improved yarn on to a spindle in the form of a cop. it is preserved in a pure and fluid state, and cannot be method of heating press plates.

3862 G. D. Robinson, Gray's Inn-road, King's Cross, spilled in whatever position the inkstand may be placed. 8820 W. Cotton, Loughborough, Leicestershire, and E. Middlesex. Improvements in carriages. -Patent abandoned.

Attenborough, Brunswick-street, The Meadows, Notting- 3863 E. P. H. Vaughan, Chancery-lane. Improvements 1878 J. BOURNE, Regent's Park-road, London. Production

ham. Improvements in apparatus for the manufacture in the manufacture of rosin oil. (A communication). and application of motive power. Dated June 9, 1868. of looped fabrics.

3364 E. Pavy and J. Clark, Manchester. Improvements In generating heat by combustion, instead of exposing hamshire. An improved

portable mangle.

3821 W. N. Nicholson, Newark-upon-Trent, Notting in the preparation or treatment of jute, china grass, cotigoiting fuel laid upon a grate to a draught of air produced

ton, and other fibrous materials in the raw state spun into by a chimney or otherwise, as is now done in common

3822 W. A. Verel and J. Cameron, Glasgow. Improve-yarns or woven into fabrics. farnaces, the inventor discards the grate altogether, and ments relating to the precipitation of copper and other 386.3 J. Petrie, jun., Rochdale, Lancashire, and W.T. blows the fuel and air (by preference made hot) into metals from solutions by iron, and to their extraction Cheetham, Ashton-under-Lyne,' Lancashire. Improvea hot chamber, which he terms a combustion chamber, from slag or scoria.

ments in apparatus for warming apartments, conserva

3828 0. Hollingworth, Hereford-road, Westbourne Park. into the gaseous state, and, if liquid, being allowed to the fuel, if solid, Boing first reduced to powder, or brought w. A combined open and closed carriage, to be called / Tories, and other structures, applicable also to evaporating

purposes. enter in a small stream, or in drops, or in the state of the April.

3866 M. Brown-Westhead and R. Smith, Manchester. vapour ; and the fuel and the oxygen of the air being machines for drilling or boring rocks.

3822 J. B. Everard, Leicestershire. Improvements in Improvements applicable to thread or twine which is diffused throughout the chamber, and coming into contact

wound upon bobbins, spools, or other surfaces, with hot surfaces within it, enter into combination with ments in the rolling stock of railways and tramways, also 3825 T. O. Fidler, Ventnor, Isle of Wight. Improve

Dated December 19, 1868. the evolution of heat.-Patent abandoned,

8867 L. E. Leroy, Boulevard Bonne-Nouvelle, Paris. A in traction engines and other vehicles.

system of publicity. 1879 J. S. Wilson, Wade-street, Poplar. Imparting 3826 L. Desens, Charing Cross. Improvements in 3868 J. Brierley, Blackburn, Lancashire. Improved rotary motion to mills employed for grinding grain, copper, &c. miners' lamps.

apparatus for facilitating the ventilation of sewers and Dated June 9, 1868.

3827 R. Wappenstein and R. Ray, Manchester. An drains, and the discharge of noxious gases therefrom, This invention consists in adapting a grinding millor improved system and apparatus for registering the num- and for preventing the ingress of suck gases to houses or mills to a cart or truck, and in connecting the running bers of passengers travelling in or on omnibnses and other buildings. wheels thereof, by means of toothed driving wheels and conveyances.

3869 M. S. Maynard and R. Grime, Preston, Lancashire. pinions, to the grinding cylinder of the mill.-Patent aban- 3828 A. M. Clark, Chancery-lane. Improved processes Improvements in machinery for regulating the speed of doned. for inlaying metals. (A communication).

motive-power engines. 1880 T. D. CLARE, Birmingham. Boulds for casting worth, Halifax, Yorkshire.

3829 J. Worrall, Manchester, and J. Kershaw, Wads- 3870 P. Spence, Newton Heath, near Manchester. Immetallic articles. Dated June 9, 1868.

Improvements in drying provements in the manufacture of alum and aluminous This invention consists in marking the moulds of thin stoves and in machinery to be used therewith.

salt, or sheet iron, steel, or other suitable ductile metal, in the arrangement

of machinery to be employed in steam cul- ments in drawing off the vapours from baths employed in

3830 T. Aveling, Rochester, Kent. An improved 3171 J. Jones, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire. Improvefollowing manner: The inventor forms dies of steel, or

tivation, other hard metal, in any known or convenient manner,

coating metals. and so arranged in number, form, size, and configuration, provements in the manufacture of metallic lids for sauce- in ladies' skirts. (Partly a communication).

3831 F. Ryland, West Bromwich, Staffordshire. Im- 3872 W. S. Thomson, Cheapside, City. Improvements shall, when all the parts or shells are put together, repre-pans and other articles of hollow ware, and in machinery 3873 J. Dickson, Leith, Midlothian. Improvements in sent in the interior the reverse of the article proposed to be

or apparatus to be employed in the said manufacture. the arrangement and construction of windows. cast therein. Into these dies he presses or stamps thin shire. Improvements in steam boilers.

3832 S. C. Lister, Manningham, near Bradford, York- 3874 G. H. Asker, Gentleman's-walk, Norwich, Norfolk, or sheet iron, steel, or other suitable ductile metal in a

Improvements in umbrellas, parasols, and sunshades. heated, or partially heated, or in a cold state.--Patent compositions suitablo for being applied to woven fabrics

3833 G. Ritchie, Folkestone, Kent. Improvements in 3875 T. Warwick and A. Boyle, Birmingham. Improvecompleted.

ments in machinery to be employed in the manufacture and other surfaces.

and testing of the stretchers and ribs of umbrellas and 1882 G. HOWARD, Berners-street, Osford-street. Manu- 3834 S. C. Lister, Manningham, near Bradford, York parasols. tacture of parquet flooring. Dated June 9, 1868. shire. Improvements in preparing wool, flax, and china

Dated December 21, 1868. The patentee makes a sheet of inlaid or parquetry work, grass, and in combing cotton, wool, flax, and china grass. 3876 W. R. Lake, Southampton-buildings, Chancery


s. d.

3. d.


B 24


lane. Improvements in machinery for cutting and work 3058 J. H. Johnson. Flyers for twisting cotton. (A

Scaled December 22, 1868. ing rocks and other hard substances, chiefly designed for communication).

2021 C. Johnson

2088 W. R. Lake mining, tunnelling, and other like operations. (A com- 3120 C. D. Abel. Screw propellers. (A communica- 2034 J. Mitchell

2098 G. Alder munication). tion).

2035 S. Owens and T. Pat- 2101 W. Brookes 3877 T. R. Shaw, Pendleton, Lancashire. Improve- 3338 L. Berenger. Machine for ironing cloth.


2102 W. Brookes ments in the method of lubricating the bearings of shaft- 3416 0. G. Abbott. Apparatus for the distribution of

2013 J. Briggs

2103 W. Brookes ing, journals, and the like. sewage.

2014 J. Jack

2117 E. Pavy 3878 W. F. Stanley, Great Turnstile, Holborn. Im- 3468 J. Howard and E. T. Bousfield. Construction of 2017 J. G. Garrard

2119 A. M. Clark provements in the construction of machines for exciting tubular steam boilers.

2053 T. Dodd

2120 A. M. Clark frictional electricity.

3528 B. Britten. Fishing rods.

2054 M. Burke

2131 M. Henry 3879 R. Wilson, Bridgewater Foundry, Patricroft, near 3578 J. Parry. Springs for mattresses.

2055 T. Winder

2840 A. M. Clark Manchester. Certain improvements in machinery or tools 3614 J. S. Templeton. Carpets.

2056 R. Clough

2194 T. Travis, W. H. for cutting metals and other materials, part of which is 3660 J. Grindrod.


2059 A. Thomson

Prince, and J. Tomapplicable to hydraulic and other machines. 3681 J. Littler and J. H. Banks. Furnaces.

2061 L. Thomas

linson 3880 J. E. Massoy, Chadwell-street, Clerkenwell, Middle- 3698 A. O. Sterry, F. Lambe, and J. Fordred. Purifying 2063 T. C. Blanchflower 2274 E. Beanes Bex. Improvements in machines for taking soundings paraffin.

2071 G. McCulloch

2375 E. Herring (known as Massey's sounding machines). 3759 H. A. Bonneville. Apparatus for measuring dis- 2078 W. R. Lake

2716 W. C. Green 3881 H. G. Thompson, Southampton-buildings, Chan- tances. _(A communication).

2081 W. Baxter, D. War- 2838 J. Edmondson cery-lane. Improvements in the manufacture of carpets 3772 F. Walton. Construction of houses.

ing, and J.S.Wooller 2869 J. H. Johnson and other igured fabrics, and in weaving machinery em- 3504 H. A. Bonneville. Producing motive power. (A 2082 R. Shaw and J. Clay- 2877 H. Vansittart ployed therein. communication).


2970 J. Gregory 3882 W. Lewis, Shrewsbury, Salop. Improvements in The full titles of the patents in the above list can be 2084 A. V. Newton ploughs for tilling land.

ascertained by referring back to their numbers in the list 3883 I. Baggs, High Holborn. Improvements in the of provisional protections previously published. manufacture of iron.

Opposition can be entered to the granting of a patent to 3884 J. S. Walker, Wigan, Lancashire. Improvements any of the parties in the above list, who have given notice

PEET in machinery or apparatus for undermining, holeing, and of their intention to proceed, within twenty-one days from

VALVE CO. cutting coal and other mineral. the date of the “Gazette" in which the notice appears, by

WE MAKE THE BEST BRASS WORK, 3885 L. A. W. Lund and E. Exmann, London. Improve- leaving at the Commissioners' office, particulars in writing

TI FINEST GUN METAL CASTINGS, ments in the manufacture of brooches, buttons, solitaires, of the objection to the application.

THE MOST PERFECT VALVE TAP and other articles of jewellery or ornament.

IN TIIE WORLD FOR STEAM, WATER, AXD GAS 3886 E. A. Cowper, Great George-street, Westminster.

AX ABSOLUTE WARRANTY GIVEN WITH EVERY VALVE SOLD Improvements in velocipedes. 3887 R. Whittaker, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire. LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS PUBLISHED,

OCR REDUCED PRICES ARE AS FOLLOW:Improvements in fastenings or locks, applicable to locks,

For the week ending December 19, 1868.

1 PORE-in. in. fin. lin. 1} in. lin. 2 in. 2; in. 3 in,

PRICE:-3/9 1/0 6/08/0 1970 16/0 25/0 38/0 50/0 bolts, latches, sashes, shutters, bags, and all other pur

SAMPLE VALVEOX RECEIPT OF STAMPS OR P.0.0. poseg where fastenings are or may be required. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr.


SEND FOR AN ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR, 3888 W. Pidding, Walcot-square, Surrey. Improve

OR COME AND SEE US at No. 22, BoxD STREET, LEEDS, ments in mechanism applicable to locomotion.

s. d. s, d

3. d. s. d.

From 10 to 12 a.m., or 2 to 4 p.m. 3889 J. Wilkinson, jun., St. Helen's Mills, Hunslet, Leeds. 1252 1 0 1427 0 10 1491 0 10 15260 41551 0 41582 2 8

S. J. PEET, GENERAL AGENT. B 124 An improved manufacture of saddle cloths and nummahs 1215 0 10 1431 0 10 1492 0 10 1528 0 415550 41585 0 4 or cavalry blankets.

1370 2 4.1432 1 10 14930 10 15300 415560 4 1587 0 4 3890 T. B. Hubbell, Euston-square, Middlesex. An im- 1374 O 8 14330 10 1495 1 415310 4.15590 611589 0 4 proved construction of bandage to be used by females. 1376 1 2 14390 8 1498 0 10 15320 415600 41592 0 4

MAKERS.-CAUTION,Having ascertained that a certain (A communication). 1393 1 61410 S/15030 615310 4 15620

party has been endeavouring to introduce Compasses which directly 4 1593 0 4

infringe our patent for the self-compensating Liquid Compasses, we 3891 J. H. Johnson, Lincoln's Inn-fields. Improvements 1399 0 10 14430 8415650 815300 4 15630 4 1591 0 4

Hereby Give Notice that Legal Proceedings will at once be takea in sharpening and setting saws, and in the machinery or 140+ 0 10 1414 L 15060 8 15380 8115650 4 1595 0 4 against all persons dealing in such Compasses without our licence. apparatus employed therein. (A communication).

J. G. WEST and Co. 1410 10 10 14460 8 15050 8.15110 4|15670 41596 0 4 3892 H. W. Hammond, Princess-street, Manchester. A 1412 1 8.14510 815110 1015420 415710 4 1597 0 4

Makers to H.M. Xavy. 92 and 93, Fleet-street, London. spring pawl washer. (A communication).

1415 8 6 14550 815145 01543 0 4 15730 41599 0 4
1416 0 10 14560 10 15180 4.15150 4/15740 4416020 4

1420 10 8 14660 10 15210 4/15460 4 15760 4 1617 0 4


6152310 6 151710 415780 416220 6 Has been granted upon Specifications bearing the fol- 1426 1 6148910 10 15250 6 15500 41579|0 4

MEDALS, lowing uumbers :3273 3635 3665 3681 3698 8714 3737 3753 NOTE.-Specifications will be forwarded by post from the

TWO HONOURABLE 3281 3636 3666

3682 3699 3718 3738 3754 Great Seal Patent Omce (publishing department), on re3330 3638 3667 3683 3700 3719 3739 3755 ceipt of the amount of price and postage. Sums exceeding

MENTIONS, 8368 3640 3668 3684 3701 3720 3740 3756 58. must be remitted by Post Onice Order, made payable at FIRE

AND 3379 8642 3669 3685 3702

3721 3741 3757 the Post Office, High Holborn, to Mr. Bennett Woodcroft, 3436 3644 3670 3686 3703 3722 3742 3761

Great Seal Patent Omice, 25, Southampton-buildings, 3446

ONE COMEN3648 3671 3687

3725 3743 3762 Chancery-lane.

3672 3689 3705

3744 3763

DATION, 8540 3653 3673 3690 3706 3729 3745 3766 3543

HOSE 3656 3674 3692 3708 3730 3746


3767 3551 3658 3675 3693 3709 3732 3747 3768

HAS BEEN PAID. 3579 3660 3678 3694 3710

3733 3748 8769
17 H. Hirsch
3269 R. A. Brooman

MANUFACTURED BY 3590 3661 3679 3695 3711 3734 3750 3770 3247 G. Warriner

3290 J. Martin 3613 366+ 3680 3697 3712 3735 3751

3772 3265 0. Liddell and R. S. 3300 H. A. Bonneville 3629


3306 G. Hawksley
3267 H. O. Ensell
3319 G. T. Bousfield



Price Lists on application From the "London Gazette," December 22, 1868.

B 104 8177 J. M. H. A. Taurines 3197 J. Redfern 2467 W.M. Moore. Invoice holders.

3183 E. Scott 2481 J. Broadfoot, Water-closets.

LIQUID FUEL. DOR2498 D. Fruwirth and A. Hawkins. Process for producing raised printing surfaces.


generating steam under boilers, heating stills. &c., may be seen at 2503 J. Salmon. Printing machinery.

Sealed December 18, 1868.

work daily at the Patent Fuel Company's Wharf, Deptford. Cards

to admit, may be obtained at the patentees' offices, 12. London-street, 2507 A. Argamakoff. Producing printing surfaces. 1983 E. R. Kaulbach

2079 S. Hannah

Fenchurch-street, E.C. Licenses for its use can now be granted. (Partly a communication).

2000 C. H. Murray
2202 J. N. Willis and S.

B 107 2510 E. P. G. Headly.' Hydraulic apparatus for water- 2006 R and W.K. Austin

Judd ing streets.


H. 2008 E. T. Hughes

2317 W. S. Harrison 2511 D. Hill, J. Richardson, G. N. Duck, C. G. Johnson, 2009 E. T. Hughes

2610 B. Walker and J. F.

LEAMINGTON SPA, and W. F. Masterman. Manufacture of iron and steel. 2015 G. Taylor

A. Pilaum 2517 C. D. J. Sietz. Furnaces for the recovery of soda 2018 O. M. H. Downing 2633 H. Ground

AND 24, BAKER-STREET, LONDON. from waste lyes.

2024 P. and B. Brown
2908 S. Fox

Carriages of every description on View, especially the 2518 J. Wilson. Outside blinds.

2025 C. T. Burgess

3087 J. Dewar 2525 W. Payne. Steam cocks or valves. 2073 H. Large

PARIS PRIZE MEDAL HICKORY PHAETONS 2533 J. Grant. Machinery for turning over the leaves

and other Carriages now so much in use. of music books.

2540 H, K, York. Treating cast iron.
2544 G. Nelson. Means for disinfecting clothing.

SMITHFIELD CATTLE SHOW. Stand 23, ARCADE. 2551 R. Robinson and G. D. Edmeston. Lathes.

2552 A. J. and E. Leak. Apparatus for driving machinery.

2559 W. J. Hinde. Apparatus for holding candles in the sockets of candlesticks. 2560 A. Smith. Manufacture of sugar. (A communi

Extract from the Times." cation)

“The Village Phaeton is 2568" G. F. Bradbury and T. Chadwick. Sewing ma-elegance of a park phaeton, is capable of carrying six persons and ample amount of luggage ; it can be drawn by one

truly ingenious machine; it combines the shape and utility of the dog cart with the chines. (Partly a communication).

2572 H. J. Behrens and E. Dart." Machinery for obtain-cob or ordinary ponies, is light and convenient. We can recommend the pretty little Village Phaeton."
ing motive power.
2577 J. S. Starnes. Ship signal lamps.

2586 J. H. Atterbury. Machinery for the manufacture of earthenware,

2601 A. V. Newton. Rotary engines. (A communication). 2609 J. L. Clark. Apparatus for communicating be


B 146 tween the passengers and engine drivers of a railway train. 2642 J.J. Long. Cutting timber.

2644 J. H. Johnson. Condensing the vapour of water. (A communication). 2645 A. M. Clark. Breech-loading firearms. (A com

IRON BUILDING, IRON ROOFS munication). 2646 R. Harvey. Sewing machines.

AND IRON CHURCHES, 2659 T. Wrigley. Furnaces. 2660 W. M. Jackson and R. Garsides. Rooflyg tiles.

ERECTED IN ANY PART OF THE KINGDOM 2690 J. Wilkinson. Machinery for printing carpets.

ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES POST FREE. 2762 J. Burdett. Machinery for making bricks. 2778 A, M. Clark. Means of instantaneously opening

WORKS-BIRMINGHAM AND LIMEHOUSE. envelopes. (A communication). 2828" A. M. Clark. Apparatus for drawing off liquids.

Every Description of Ironwork Galvanized. (A communication). LONDON OFFICE-61A, MOORGATE STREET, E.C.

B2 2887 J. Bla Stretching boots and shoes,


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