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217. A. WARNER and W. Tooti. NOTICES.

" Improve machinery or apparatus for preparing and spinning ments in the manufacture of iron, and gases for such wool and other fibrous substances." Lang and other uses." Dated Jan. 24, 1859.

1859. orrespondent asks the title of a work giving in a ..lar form the strength of wires of various gauges and

Here in the manufacture of iron in blast and This consists in the use of an endless belt of is

. Can any of our readers oblige us with this infor- cupola furnaces jets of liquid hydro-carbons are leather forming a continuous travelling surface for lun!

forced in by forcing pumps or apparatus, or by the supporting and conducting the fibrous substances TO VYCHANICS' MAGAZINE will be sent free by post to pressure of a column. The invention also consists in from the drawing rollers to the guides of the bobbins. !1 subscribers of £1 Is. 8d., annually, payable in advance. forcing in jets or streams of hydrogen gas into pud- | Patent abanlonod. Po: Office Orders to be made payable to R. A. Brooman, at dling furnaces. To manufacture hydrogen gas a com. 227. J. WHITE. Improvements in means or the Post Office, Fleet Street, London, E.C.

bination of apparatus is employed, consisting of a apparatus to facilitate respiration under water, or

generator, an instrument to drop water into the under the influence of fire, or in other situations TO ADVERTISERS.

generator, and a receiver of the hydrogen gas as it is where an artificial supply of air may be required, part All Advertisoments occupying less than half-a-column produced. Patent completed.

of which improvements is also adapted to facilitate are charged at the rate of 5d. per line for any number of

218. J. G. Proger and D. DAVIES. “ Improve movements in or upon the surface of water.” Dated insertions less than 13; for 13 insertions, 4d. per line; and for 52 insertions, 3d. per line.

ments in lanterns used on board ship to signal to the Jan. 25, 1859. Each lino consists of 10 words, the first line counting as stoersman." Dated Jan 24, 1859.

Here the patentee provides a close covering for the two. Wood-cuts are charged at the same rate as type for

A lantern has a single lens turned towards the mouth and nose, and also a water and air or a fire. te space occupied.

steersinan; it is lighted up at night, and has its cover proof covering for the whole body. In connection Special Arrangements for larger or Serial Advertisements replaced by a plate of glass in the day. It has also with this covering to the nose and mouth there are To ensure insertion, Advertisements must reach the Office a green and a red glass, the one indicating port, the two pipes each provided with a valve, one with an by 5 o'clock on Thursday evening each week. None can other starboard. By showing either of these wholly inlet valve for the supply of fresh air, the other with be received after that time for the ensuing number

or partially, the steersman is instructed how to put an outlet valve. The pipe for inhaling fresh air may his helm. Patent completed.

be in connection with a reservoir, or it may be ex. 219. EARL OF CAITIINESS. “Improvements in tended above the surface of the water in free commuPatents for Inventions.

parts of the permanent way of railways.” Dated Jan. nication with the atmosphere. Patent completed. 24, 1859.

228. W. ANDREWS. "Improvements in electric IBRIDGED SPECIFICATIONS OF PATENTS. This consists in making a portion of one or both of telegraphs.". Dated Jan. 25, 1959.

the rails at the joints or change of line slide along This consists in arrangements for preventing the rue abridged Specifications of Patents given below are

inclined parallel slots, the two ends of such sliding return or induced current from interfering with the clasyified, according to the subjects to which the respective rails and the ends of the stationary abutting rails proper action of the relay instrument. Patent mventions refcr, in the following table. By the system of

abandoned. c'zxification adopted, the numerical and chronological being inclined or bevilled to correspond to the incline order of the specifications is preserved, and combined with or bevil of the slots, whereby an overlap bevil joint is 229. F. J. Joxes. “ An improvement in shirt wil the advantages of a division into classes. It should be obtained. Patent abandoned.

fronts.” Dated Jan. 25, 1859. understood that these abridgements are prepared exclu- 220. M. Swan. " Improvements in ballasting ships, This applies to those shirt fronts known as sively for this Magazing from oficial copies supplied by the applicable also to the extinguishing fires on board "Dickeys," and consists in a new

arrangement of tors of this Magazine. Other papers are hereby warned not

neck-band and collar, which also affords the means to produce them without acknowledgement:

This invention, so far as it relates to the ballasting of securing the false front on the neck of the wearer.

of ships, consists in constructing the ship with double Patent abandoned. STEAN ENGINES, &c., 213, 299, 309, 312, BILELS AND THEIR FURNACES, &c., 260, 261, 282, 281.

sides and bottom, that is to say, with an entire inner 230. H. BRECKNELL and J. Dyrr. "Improve. ROAD AND VEHICLES, including railway plant and car- shell, leaving an air-tight space for water and air at ments in cocks and valves.” Dated Jan. 25, 1859.

ria, es, saddlery and harness, &c., 219, 220, 239, 257, 281, the bottom and sides thereof, forming the ballast Here the passage of the cock or valve is closed by 307.

chamber or chambers. A semi-circular or other a vulcanized india-rubber washer or disc, having an SHIPS AND Boats, including their fittings, 213, 237, 248, shaped compartinent may be mule longitudinally

over annular lip or projection moulded thereon, which lip 27, 29, 278. CULTITATION OF THE Soil, including agricultural and hor

the keel along the bottom of the inner shell, such or projection forms the actual contact surface of the txultural implements and machines, 216, 221.

compartment, which may be sub-divided into a series, washer when the cock or valve is closed. Patent FOOD AND BEVERAGES, including apparatus for preparing being open on its under sido so as to receive water completed,

ford for men and animals, 210, 211, 211, 251, 306. from below, and thus form another ballast chamber 231. I. WOODCOCK. " Improvements in barometer Imous FABRIC, including machinery for treating fibres, or set of chambers whilst it adds strength to the ship. and thermometer dials.” Dated Jan. 25, 1859.

pup, paper, &c., 214, 225, 226, 246, 249, 250, 252, 254, This compartment is in direct communication with a 0, 271, 280, 289, 301, 305.

This consists in forming those dials of enamelled BurdXGS AND BUILDING MATERIALS, including sewers,

valve which admits water through the ship’s bottom paper, card-board, &c. Patent abandoned. drzin-pipes, brick and tile machines, &c., 255, 282, 297.

up to any desired height in the sides, according to 232. B.SPEDDING. “Improvements in apparatus for LIUHUING, ILEATING, AND VENTILATING, 232, 266, 268, 277, the amount of the ballast required, and is also in generating and regulating gas, and for impregnating

connection by pipes passing up the inner sides of the the same with volatile hydro-carbon fluids.” Dated FURNITURE AND APPanel, including household utensils, ship with the ship's pump. Patent abandoned. Jan. 25, 1859.

tine.eepers, jewellery, musical instruments, &c., 229, 221. W. TASKER, jun. • Improvements in 231, 233, 234, 283, 287, 288, 302, 303, 308.

The patentee claims, 1, the moveable syphon, or Murals, including apparatus for their manufacture, 217, ploughs.” Dated Jan. 24, 1859.

the principle of bringing the oily matter in contact 261, 270, 279, 292. This relates to fixed headed ploughs, and consists with different parts of the interior of the retort


in a construction and arrangement of the parts in 2. The lid, moveable in a groove filled with molten ELECTRICAL APPARATE*, 228, 263.

connection with the front end of the beam and head lead. 3. The form of retort by which the chimney WARFARE, 236, 242, 259, 275, 286, 300.

gear, whereby the plough may be turned at the headLEITLR PIESA PRINTING &c., 273.

passes through its centre with an oval or conical MISCELLANEOUS, 215, 223, 227, 230, 235, 238, 243, 245, 247,

lands without having to be carried round by the bottom. 4. The application of a regulator and ap255, 265, 267, 271, 272, 276, 285, 290, 291, 294, 295, 296, ploughman. Patent completed.

paratus for further impregnating the gas with the 301, 310, 311, 313, 314. 222. H. Owen. “Improvements in stockings." vapour of hydro-carbon fluids.

5. The mode of Dated Jan. 24, 1859. 213. J. LATBEREAU. “ Improvements in air.

making the diaphragm, together with general arrangeengines." Dated Jan. 21, 1859.

This consists in constructing hose, half-hose, &c., ment of parts. Patent abandoned. This consists in arrangements of machinery for the worn parts may be removed and replaced by new proved escapement for chronometers and other time

233. C. G. KELVEY and W. HOLLAND. “An inair, and in causing the stroke

of a piston to be effected pieces made for the purpose, whereby no overlapping keepers.” Dated Jan. 25, 1859. by the expanded air, while the return is effected by in the seams is required. Patent completed.

According to the specification of a former patent

223. J. H. JOINSOX. the pressure of the atmosphere aided by a partial

“ Improvements in machi- (dated Oct. 17, 1857,) the inventors applies two vacuum obtained at the back of the piston. Patent nery or apparatus for cutting and shaping wood.” (A rollers to the balance" staff

. Instead of these two

rollers they now employ but one, so that when the 214. J. and W. H. SMITI. “Certain improve- tapered" spars, but is applicable to other purposes

. the ruby or gold pin are once obtained, no readjust.

This more especially relates to turning masts and proper relative positions of the impulse pallet and ments in manufacturing paper, and in producing watermarks, patterns, figures, letters, and devices thereon, fixed in the machine, whilst cutters supported in a

The stick
of timber is held stationary, being rigidly ment of the parts will be required.

Patent abandoned. and in the construction of the mechanism employed carriage traverse from end to end of the machine, the preserving vests." (A communication.) Dated Jan. therein." Dated Jan. 24, 1859. This invention is not described apart from the

cutters revolving at the same time round the stick. 25, 1859.
Patent completed.

This relates to rests for ordinary wear, but which drawings. Patent completed. 215. J. Savory and W. R. BARKER. “Improve, substances.” (A communication.) Dated Jan. 25, 1859. 224. R. BODMER. “Improved resin and resinous are furnished with a float of india-rubber, &c., that

can be inflated at pleasure in a few moments

without ments in bottles for medicines and poisons.” Dated This relates to a former patent dated 27th April

, the removal of the vest from the person. Patent Jan. 24, 1859.

1858. To get rid of the colour the inventor reduces the completed. are six sides, and are fluted vertically, horizontally, or modification consists in the addition of a jacket of furnaces, and apparatus for the manufacture of

R. diagonally. The neck of the bottle is formed so that the liquid will flow but slowly or in drops. Patent nection of apparatus furnishing therewith a constant smoke. Dated Jan. 27, 1859.

case to the issue pipe, and the arrangement in con- sugar, and for the consumption or prevention of completed.

supply of water or other refrigeratory medium. Pa. 216. J. FOWLER, jun., R. BURTON, D. GREIG, and tent completed.

This consists in effecting the perfect combustion of J. HEAD. “Improvements in agricultural imple.

the fuel, and preventing the discharge of smoke, by

225. W. Crits. “Improvements in the manu- an efficient supply of highly-heated air, subdivided tural implements by steam power.” Dated Jan. 24, machinery employed therein.” Dated Jan. 25, 1859. 1853).

236. I. HAMMOND. “ Improvements in breech. Hero the patentees employ a wire-rope and a paper pulp or other such plastic substance capable of with.” Dated Jan. 27, 1859. winding drun so constructed as to hold the rope being pressed into the form required. The paper firmly, and draw the implement steadily forward, pulp, &c., is run into apertures and compressed by drawings. Patent completed.

This invention is not described apart from the notwithstanding that the rope only passes partially punches. Patent abandoned.

237. O. HUSSEY. round the drum. Patent completed.

- Improvements in the cor. 226. W. and I. Hodgson. "Improvements instruction of ships' blocks." "Dated Jan, 27, 1859.

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This consists in fitting the frame with a strap, | for preparing wool and other fibrous substances.” | the fore and nind parts of the under surface of the which allows the sheaves with the frame in which Dated January 27, 1859.

shoe is attained. These parts of the shoe are attached they are mounted to slide a distance within it. A Here the fibre is first conducted between a pair of to an outer frame or wall rising up the hoof, and exspring of india-rubber is used to keep the frame with feeding rollers which carry it forward at a uniform tending from the front backwards. The shoes are atthe sheaves when the strain is small at the extremity speed; after passing the feeding rollers, the fibres tached to the hoof in a manner similar to that desof the strap, but when a sudden jerk comes on the enter amongst teeth which travel with it. These mo. cribed in the specification of a previous patent, dated block the spring yields and allows the frame and tions cause ihe teeth first to enter the fibre, then to Feb. 1, 1868. "Patent abandoned. sheaves to approach for the moment the other end of travel away from the feeding rollers, and afterwards 258. C. E. Amos and J. FEANCIS. “ Improvements the strap. Patent completed.

to pass out of the fibre. The patentee prefers to ac- in water pressure engines, and their application to 238. D. GRAHAM. "An improved method of driv. tuate the teeth by a screw gill. In front of the tra- pumping machinery.” Dated Jan, 28, 1859. ing contrifugal machines." (A communication.) velling teeth is a plate or frame having a vibratory This invention is not described apart from the Dated Jan. 27, 1859.

motion imparted to it in a direction to and from the drawings. Patent completed. This consists in making the vertical shaft that sup travelling teeth, and such plate or frame has openings 259. F. PRINCE. “A new breech-loading gun." ports the centrifugal hollow at the lower end, with through it for the passage of the teeth of a comb. Dated Jan. 23, 1859. one or more horizontal arms or jets, and connected by This comb travels with the plate or frame, and each This consists principally in a new plan for opening pipes and a regulating esck with a vessel or head of time that the latter moves from the travelling teeth, and closing the breech-end of fire-arms for insorting water, in which a sufficient pressure of water is main the teeth of the comb are projected up through it the cartridge at the said breech-end; also, in an imtained to bear the weight of the shaft and drum, with into the fibre. Patent completed.

proved method of priming the arm. Patent comits charge of sugar, &c., to be operated upon. The 250, J. BUCKINGHAM and G. SALT. "Improve. pleted. water will issue from the jets with a force due to the ments in the construction and adaptation of drawing 260. W. YATES. “Improvements in furnaces.” pressure required to buoy up the machine, and make and other rollers employed in drawing and compress- Dated Jan. 28, 1859. it revolve at any required velocity, the velocity being ing fibres, which improved construction of rollers is This consists in forming the fire-doors of furnaces regulated by the distance of the jets from the centre, also applicable in compressing fabrics.” Dated Jan. in two parts moving on an axis or upon axes, so that and by the size of the orifices. Patent completed. 27, 1859.

one part may be opened more or less to regulate the 239. J. WELLS and W. CLOUGI. “ An improved This mainly consists in constructing drawing and admission of fuel which is thrown in above it, and tho coupling for railway carriages and analogous uses." other rollers by the application thereto of woollen other part to be closed ordinarily, but to be capable Dated Jan. 27, 1859.

cloth, &c., between the outer cylinder or covering of of being opened to afford entrance to the interior of Hore the carriages are provided with a link at one prepared india rubber, and the internal boss or other the furnace. In this latter part a slide door is placed end and a crook at the other. The noses or hooked roller to prevent slipping of the india-rubber covering to admit tools for stoking the fire, &c. . Some of the ends of the crooks are formed with an incline, so that thereon. Patent completed.

fire-bars are made moveable together, and are worked the link will slide up the incline, and will then drop 251. E. T. HUGHES. “ Improvements in the manu. by hand or by machinery, so as to force the fuel over the hook on to the bar of the crook. Patent facture of biscuits." (A communication.) Dated gradually down the bars and to keep it stirred. Pa. abandoned. Jan. 27, 1859.

tent abandoned. 210. F. C. C. PAULSEN and A. ALSING. - Im. Here gluten is mixed with wheaten flour, and then 261. R. GRIFFITHS. "Improvements in regulat. provements in preparing beverages usually called mixed with oil, butter, &c., in certain portions. ing the pressure of steam in boilers, and in prevent. punch." Dated Jan. 27, 1859. Patent completed.

ing the accumulation of deposit therein." (Partly a This consists in certain methods of, and in the com- 252. G. E. BRADBURY and J. J. KING. “ Im- communication.) Dated Jan. 28, 1869. bination of various ingredients for, the preparation of provements in certain apparatus applicable to sewing Here, to regulate the pressure of steam in steam. champagne punch, pine apple punch, arrack punch, machines.” Dated Jan. 27, 1859.

boilers, the steam is caused to act upon apparatus and rum punch, which we cannot refer to in detail. This relates to the binding guide, and consists in in connection with the damper, so that the apparatus Patent completed.

forming it of an internal block surrounded by an ex: may partially open or close it according as the pres. 241. M. FERNANDEZ, " Improvements in straw tepal case, having a space between them through sure is less or greater than that which it is wished to and hay cutters.” Dated Jan. 27, 1859.

which the binding passes until it arrives at the end of maintain. The accumulation of deposit is prevented This invention is not fully described apart from the the block, when it is drawn at or near right angles to by a number of balls being placed in the boiler and drawings. Patent abandoned.

the space through a curved groove at the end or side kept in motion by the action of the water. Patent 242. J. KERE. “Improvements in the construc- of the block of the desired form and size of the ex. abandoned. tion of revolving fire-arms." Dated Jan. 27, 1859. terior of the binding, leaving the interior free to cover 262. H. Watson. Improvements in the manu.

This relates, i, to those parts of repeating fire arms the article to be bound and held close to it until the facture of Knotter plates, used in the manufacture of used for securing the barrel and frame to the stock; stitch is made. Patent completed.

paper.” Dated Jan. 28, 1859. 2, to the means of imparting rotary motion to the 253. W. CROWTHER. * Improvements in the The peculiarity of this invention consists in arrang. chamber of repeating fire-arms. There are several manufacture of prussiates of potash or soda, and in ing the circular saw to cut from the reverse or smooth detailed arrangements described for carrying the in- recovering a useful material therefrom.” Dated Jan. side of the plate. Patont completed. vention into effect for which we cannot give space. 27, 1859.

263. A. BARCLAY. "Improvements in obtaining Patent completed.

Here the horn, wood, or other substance is first and distributing or applying electricity and mag. 243. J. MERCER...“ Improvements in the process treated with a hot solution of potash or soda by which netism.” Dated Jan. 23, 1859. of currying leather.” (A communication.) Dated it is dissolved. This liquid is then evaporated to dry, The specification of this invention is too elaborato Jan. 27, 1859.

ness; after which the product is placed in the usual to be quoted here at any sufficient length. Patent Here the inventor takes the hides direct from the pot and submitted to the required temperature for abandoned. tan vat or pit, and places them in a machine (similar fusion. By the same process prussiates of potash are 264. L. LEISLER. “ Improvements in extracting say to a cotton or cider press) and subjects them to a manufactured from woollen and other materials. metallic copper from the pyrites residuum of vitriol pressure sufficient to expel the moisture or liquor. Patent completed.

works, and from other substances.” (A communicaHe then takes the hides and applies stuffing or grease 254. J. GATHERCOLE. “Improved machinery for tion) Dated Jan. 29, 1859. to them, so that they will be plumped up and made to manufacturing envelopes and paper bags.” Datod The patentee takes the pyrites, residuum of the receive the grease to advantage. Patent abandoned. Jan. 27, 1859.

vitriol works from which the whole or the greater 241. W. AGER. * Improvements in machinery for This invention is not described apart from the part of the sulphur has been turned off, and treats cleaning rice.” Dated Jan. 27, 1859. drawings. Patent abandoned.

it in suitable vessels with muriatic acid largely This consists in forcing cool air through the body of 255. I. ZACHERONI. “An improved method of diluted with water. Patent abandoned. the rice during the cleaning operation of removing the preventing the escape of smoke into the atmosphere, -265. J. LANE. New or improved machinery for inner pellicle in order to prevent its heating. Patent and in the construction of chimney pots or tops for the manufacture of screws, and for tapping nuts for abandoned.

curing smoking chimneys.” Dated Jan. 28, 1859. screws.” Dated Jan. 29, 1859. 915. T. HARTSHORNE. “An improved metal to be This consists in constructing the chimney without This invention is not described apart from the used for making journey brasses for mills, rollers, an opening at the top in two or more shafts, to allow drawings. Patent completed. forges, and all kinds of shafts and machinery, and also the smoke to ascend one or more, and descend by the 266. J. MACKENZIE.

“An improved methodl of for shipping, and for bearings for shafts and journey others, which have valves opening one way, so that operating ventilating valves, especially applicable to brasses in general.” Dated Jan. 27, 1859.

the smoke cannot return. These downward shafts ventilating gas-burners.” Dated Jan. 29, 1859. This metal will be composed of iron, copper, tin, terminate in large chambers, wher the smoke will be This consists in closing the exit passage of ventiand reckelous (or regulons) of antimony. Patent com- deposited as soot, the gases that have not lodged being lating gas-burners by a valve opened by the pressure pleted.

returned to the furnaces or fires for combustion of the gas flowing to the burner, and closed upon thr 216. E. Dixox and H. WAITTAKER. “Improve. The deposit can be used as a fertilizer. Patent com. pressure being withdrawn or cut off. Patent comments in apparatus used in weaving textile fabrics.” pleted.

pleted. Dated Jan. 27, 1539.

256. W. ROBERTSON. "A new apparatus for pro- 267. J. MARIXO. « An inodorous closet or comThis consists in an arrangement of self-acting me. pelling boats on canals, rivers, and lakes, of moderate mode.” Dated Jan. 29, 1859. chanism to be applied to the ordinary shuttles em-depth." Dated Jan. 28, 1859.

This invention is not described apart from the ployed in weaving textile fabrics, whereby the stop- This consists in the use of an endless chain or drawings. Patent completed. page of the loom will be accomplished by the break-chains passing over pulleys so fixed and arranged 268. G. DAVIES. - Improvements in apparatus ing of the weft thread whenever a float or imperfect upon the boat as to be capable of being supported applicable to measuring, regulating the pressure of, shed occurs. Patent completed.

and moved forwards or backwards by them, and the and consuming gas for illumination." (A communi. 247. J. MEACIAM. “ Improvements in pens and chain or chains being of such a length that they cation.). Dated Jan. 29, 1859. penholders.” Dated Jan. 27, 1859.

rcach to and lie upon the bottom of the canal, river, This invention is not described apart from the The object here is to give the writer two pens on or lake to be navigated. Patent completed.

drawings. Patent abandoned. one holder. Patent abandoned.

257. G. BARTHOLOMEW. “ Improvements in shoes 269. H. GRISELL. "Improvements in machinery for 248. H. D. P. CUNNINGHAM. " An improvement in for horses and other animals requiring such shoes, moving ships or ressels on slips or inclined ways.” the rig of ships or vessels.” Dated Jan. 27, 1859. and in the means of attaching the same to the fect." Dated Jan. 29, 1859. This consists in a kind of rig which the inventor Dated January 28, 1859.

The hydrostatic presses are arranged to act in designates “Double gaff rig," the object being to Here the shoe may be formed in the ordinary way succession on a chain so as to produce a continuous enable a ship to lie nearer the wind than with sails as except that on each side it is separated from that motion to such chain and to the cradle or carriage ordinarily arranged. Patent abandoned.

forming the front, and the parts are connected to a connected thereto. Patent completed. 249. 1, Rawson, " Improvements in machinery steel or other elastic plate by which flexibility between 970. J.J.A. de Bronac and A. J. M. DEIERRYPOX “A new or improved process for treating metallic state. The consistency of the mass is next reduced Here the inventor adjusts a chamber on the upper sulphurets , phosphurets, arseniurets, antimoniurets

, by adding hot water thereto, and the motion of the ma. end of the mercurial column, this chamber having a and particularly sulphuretted ores of lead, anti- chine continued until the globules of mercury collect depth of from four to five inches

, and with any conmony, copper, silver, zinc.” Dated Jan. 29, 1859. in a body. The mercury is then drawn off, and the venient breadth. From the lower end of this chamber

The principle of this process is based upon the residuum washed, after which the mercury may be he leads a spiral zig-zag or straight tube. This tube energetic re-action to which spongy iron is subject. separated from the gold by any process now known. passes down either a portion, or down the whole of The chief advantages resulting are, i, the suppression Patent abandoned.

the remaining distance of the 31 inches of vertical of the preliminary roasting. 2. The rapid ex. 280. J. GRIMOND. “Improvements in the manu- height, including the chamber and lower portion of traction of the sulphurets at a low temperature from facture of hearth rugs." Dated Feb. 1, 1859. the pipe. To the lower part of this tube or column different metals. Patent completed.

This consists in manufacturing hearth rugs of jute, of mercury he attaches a flexible bag which is in coin 271. J. MEACHAM. “Improvements in apparatus or jute bemp, with a mixture of cotton, or wool, or munication with the vertical column. This bag does for clasping and closing books, purses, reticules, and other suitable fibre. The patentee weaves the same not depend upon the end of the column, but is attached other similar articles, and for retaining and securing in a "kidder” loom. Patent completed.

to suitable mechanism so arranged as to indicate the paper, documents, letters, bills, and other memoranda. 281. L. RIGOLIER. “A new brake for railway variations of the atmospheric pressure, which will Dated Jan. 29, 1859. carriages.” Dated Feb. 1, 1859.

cause a corresponding increase or diminution in the This consists, 1, of an elastic clasp, the sides of This invention is not described apart from the weight of the mercury that is at the lower end. This which are rigid, but the clasp being elastic allows of drawings._Patent completed.

bag not being rigidly attached to the tube can be the insertion of papers, &c. * 2. Of an elastic band 282. J. HOSKING and T. Cock. “ Improvements accurately adjusted to the mechanism above referred for closing books, &c. The band has a rigid loop for in furnaces or fire-places." Dated Feb. 1, 1859. to, and the weight thereof will thereby be indicated. receiving the back of the book, and two hooks are The object here is to improve the draught, and the Patent abandoned. fastened to the covers. The band is then secured by invention consists in closing the back of the furnace, 289. R. A. BroomAN. "Improvements in sera stud and slot, and forms a spring-clasp, so that the where the bridge is ordinarily placed, and in closing ing machines." (A communication.) Dated Feb. 1, book is fastened while it will admit of being opened the ash-pit, where the draught is usually admitted to 1859. to receive papers. 3. Of an elastic band with hooks the grate. The ordinary fire-door is dispensed with, This relates to the employment of a barbed needle, or other similar fastenings. Patent abandoned. and the door-way thus becomes the opening for the and consists, 1, in a means of actuating the said

272. T. P. SMITII. “An apparatus for guiding or admission of the draught, which will pass down needle whereby its movements through the material directing the pen or pencil in writing or drawing." below the fire-bars to the ordinary flue leading to the shall also produce the feeding of the same. 2. In a Dated Jan. 31, 1859. chimney: Patent abandoned.

method of regulating the vibration of the said needle The patentee places on the forefinger of the right 283. S. B. EVELEIGH. “An improved form or whereby the feed for giving the various lengths of hand a ring and rest or hook of such shape as to construction of hats or covering for the head.” Dated stitches is obtained. The invention is not described allow the pen shaft or pencil to rest therein. Patent Feb. 1, 1859.

apart from the drawings. Patent completed. completed.

This relates principally to hats for police officers 290. G. A. WALLER. “ Improvements in the 273. D. BENTLEY. “Improvements in self-acting and the invention consists in the combination of the means of, and apparatus for, expressing liquid from apparatus, applicable to letter-press printing. peculiar form of the military "chaco," with the ordi. semi-fluid substances and other substances containing machines for supplying and removing the paper." nary brimmed hat of the civilian. Patent com- liquid.” Dated Feb. 1, 1859. Dated Jan. 31, 1859. pleted.

This consists in expressing liquid from semi-fluid This consists in applying to letter-press printing. 284. R. NEEDIAM. " An improved water-gauge substances and others containing liquid by the presmachines an air cylinder to which suitable jointed or for steam-boilers.” Dated Feb. 1, 1859.

sure of water or other liquid, or of air, gas, or other flexible pipes are connected. The air cylinder has a This consists, 1, in providing in the gauge very fluid forced into a bag or case introduced into a vessel piston, which in moving forms a partial vacuum in large passages for the water in order that they may with perforated sides, or with sides formed of bars the pipes, and this vacuum is made available for lift. not become choked. 2. In the use of a hollow with apertures between them, or otherwise constructed ing the upper sheet of paper from the pile by which conical plug in the taps or valves of water gauges, to allow of the passage of liquid through them. Pathe printing machine is supplied, and suitable machi. so constructed that the water is supplied to the gauge tent completed. nery is employed to bring forward the sheet of paper through the hollow plug, and communication made 291. M. LOAM. “Improvements in machinery for so lifted. Patent abandoned.

with the boiler and shut off thereby. Patent com- raising sewage and other waters and matters," Vated 274. J. Raywood. “ Certain improvements in the pleted.

Feb. 1, 1859. construction and method of working sewing

285. S. PLIMSOLL. “Mining apparatus for use in This consists in raising the sewage, &c., by means of machines.” Dated Jan 31, 1859.

mining coal and other minerals, and also for sepa- a wheel having buckets suitably arranged around its This invention is not sufficiently described apart rating the small coal and crushed oros from the shale, inner periphery, and a trough or canal suitably from the drawings. Patent completed.

dirt, and other matters with which it may be in com placed to receive the contents of the buckets as the 275. T. Wilson. "Improvements in breech-load. bination, and for drying the same.” Dated Feb. 1, wheel revolves. Patent completed. ing and other fire-arms. Dated Jan. 31, 1859. 1859.


mode or method of proThis consists in certain methods of constructing This consists, 1, in substituting for the pick a cir. ducing metallic sulphates.” Dated Feb. 1, 1859. the breech ends and locks of fire-arms in order that a cular or segmental saw, centring in a saddle which This consists in exposing the oxides of chlorides of longer and lower spring may be employed than in the traverses one, two, or more parallel rods of iron, copper, iron, zinc, &c., to the action of sulphurous ordinary construction, and an easier action obtained. placed horizontally for undermining, and vertically acid gas, or the vapour of water charged with air, Patent abandoned.

for the perpendicular cuts required for straight work. whereby they become converted into sulphates. Pa276. J. ROBERTSON. “ Improvements in details, 2. In separating the small coal from the shale, &c., tent abandoned. by which motive force is transmitted in machinery.” by producing the required action of the water by 293. M. HENRY. "The manufacture and useful Dated Jan. 31, 1859.

turning the steam into the water below the coal or applications of certain bituminous products and comThis invention is not described apart from the crushed ore, thereby dispensing with steam engines. pounds of bitumen and other matters, and treating drawings. Patent completed.

The steam pipes are to be coated with white enamel and applying certain natural bitumen or bitumens 277. H. J. NEWCOMBE. “ An improved apparatus to diminish the radiation of heat. The drying is for such purposes.” (A communication.) Dated for heating or warming buildings.” “ Dated Jan. 31, effected by hot air. Patent abandoned.

Feb. 1, 1859. 1859.

286. M. A. WALKER and R. WALKER. “Certain This appears to relate chiefly to the treatment of a This consists of a furnace of suitable construction, improvements in the manufacture of percussion caps, bituminous substance found in the West Indies, and in connection with which are several series of pipes, and in the apparatus for effecting certain parts of the known as “chapatote.". In the process preferred the suitably arranged for heating the various parts of a same." Dated Feb. 1, 1859.

bitumen is melted a little at a time in a close furnace building. The heat is regulated by dampers. Patent This consists, 1, in the means of lining and water- boiler, and when sufliciently fluid the heat is reduced abandoned

proofing percussion caps. 2. In the form of the blank so as to allow it to simmer, stirring it from time to 278. J. P. Booth. “Improvements in ventilating or shells of percussion caps as applied in a particular time; resin or other oil may be added to it, the temships.” Dated Jan: 31, 1859.

way for the discharge of fire-arms. 3. In the perature raised, and inert substances combined with This consists in causing currents of air to pass mechanical arrangements for giving effect to certain it in another boiler and furnace, and the compound through vertical or downcast shafts, communicating parts of the invention. Patent abandoned

poured into moulds powdered with clay. Patent with horizontal, longitudinal, or transverse shutes 287. R. GORMULLY. “Improvements in piano. abandoned. having apertures suitably arranged for conveying the fortes with upright frames.” Dated Feb. 1, 1859. 294. E. H. BENTALL. “ Improvements applicable air to any desired part of the ship.”

Here the strings are placed diagonally from back to machinery for grinding or pulverising various pleted.

bottom to front top, or the reverse, either as a simple substances.” Dated Feb. 1, 1859 279. A. V. NEWTON. "An improved method of ex. diagonal, or as a transverse diagonal. The strings This consists in enclosing the grinding apparatus tracting gold and silver from their ores." (A com- are attached to a loose frame, the upper part or rest in a chamber, and admitting a blast of air to the bed munication.) Dated Jan. 31, 1859.

plank of which is formed of two pieces, between which of the grinding mill, so as to blow away the fine parHere the ore is first broken fine and sifted, after the strings are attached to rest, formed so that the ticles directly they are formed. These fine particles which chloride of sodium is added and thoroughly pull of the strings is direct. Or the strings are attached are conveyed away from the grinding chamber to incorporated by being passed through a burr-stone to a solid face, thick at the base end, and thin at another close chamber in which they are allowed to mill. This mixture is then placed in a furnace for treble end. The sound board is loose to allow of free settle, and as the distance they are carried by the roasting. The ore is next ground with the admixture vibration. To such backs is applied the action ordi- blast will depend upon the weight of the particles, of wood ash, and bolted fine. The mass is next placed narily only used in the grand horizontal pianofortes, it will be evident that by dividing the settling in the amalgamator, and sufficient water added to with its checks, dampers, &c., the object being sim- chamber into compartments powders of different cause the mercury to separate into globules and plicity and strength. The sound board is of glass or degrees of fineness will be obtained. Patent corfilter through it. Soda ash is next added to cleanse paste board. The ends of the instrument are formed pleted. the mercury. To this mass pieces of bar iron are of fretwork in wood, metal, gutta-percha, silk, or long 295. W. E. NEWTON. “An improved blowing now added to facilitate the trituration. The amalga cloth. The keys are of crystal, and arranged chroma- machine.” (A communication.) Dated Feb. 1, 1859. mator being put in motion, the mercury is then to tically. The name board is of crystal. The centre of The object here is to produce a steady, continuous, be applied, and 6lb. shot added to act as triturator. top rail of top door has a stick for a candle or lamp, and uniform blast which is capable of being altered The machine is then again set in motion, and the so that light may fall direct on the music book beneath. or modified at pleasure. The invention is not detemperature raised to about 150° Fah: After a time Patent abandoned.

scribed apart from the drawings. Patent completed. sulphate of iron in solution is added to decompose the 288. T. P. PURSSG LOVE. · Improvements in 296. E. E. ALLEN. "Improvements in stereoscopic chloride of gold, and precipitate it in the metallic barometers.” Dated Feb. 1, 1869.

apparatuses,” Dated Feb. 2, 1869.

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These improvements consist in mounting stereo. alone to come into position to support the particular required, and liberates a catch lever by which the scopic views upon suitable lengths of silk, which are box. The sliding of the tappets is effected by an Lo mechanism for working the chain of tappets is wound upon rollers fixed in cases which collapse, the lever, or L-levers operated by chains of pattern sur. brought into action. As soon as the requisite change rollers being operated upon by means of ivory thumb- faces; and such L-levers are held between the changes in the position of the shuttle-box has been effected, screws. The stereoscopes are also made colapsible, of surfaces by catches or otherwise. 2. To clearing the catch lever is again held by the lever actuated by and are attached to the cases containing the views. the weft when a series of rising boxes is used. For the pegs, and the parts remain in action until another When not in use the cases, with a hundred or more this purpose the front part of the lay is cut away, the peg on the chain of lags again liberates the catch views and stereoscopo complete, measure only seven tilbow is attached to the end of the lay, and the lay lover, and the position of the shuttle-box is then inches in length, three inches in width, and two inches sword and the shuttle-boxes at the part adjoining the again changed according to the shape of the next in depth. When opened out for the exhibition of the lay, as is also the lay, are bevilled to admit of the link in the tappet chain. When jacquard cards are views the cases are extended to a suitable width, the weft falling down out of the way of the upper used to act on the healds the inventor produces the stereoscope being lifted up and adjusted to any sight. shuttles. Patent completed.

requisite changes in the position of the shuttle-box Patent completed.

305. G. LEACH. "Improvements in leasing yarn by a needle acted upon by the jacquard card. It 297. E. WILKINS. “Improvements in drain pipes or thread in the hank, and in machinery for winding relates, 2, to a patent granted to w. B. Hayes 14th and tiles for draining and liquid manuring land." off the same.” Dated Feb. 2, 1859.

September, 1854, and consists in supporting the axles Dated Feb. 2, 1859.

This relates, 1, to a mode of dividing the hank into of the endless chain shuttle box by a star wheel, and This consists in forming half round drain pipes given portions, and preserving such divided portions in machinery for stopping the loom when the shuttlo with scalloped or vandyked openings or spaces along so that the thread or yarn may be correctly placed fails to enter that compartment of the shuttle-box one or both of their longitudinal edges, so that upon the swift or holding apparatus for being wound that is in a line with the shuttle rail. Patent comwhen laid down upon a flat surface with their convex off. 2. To a novel machine for holding the yarn, &c., pleted. sides uppermost there shall be small spaces or open while being wound from the bank. Patent comings for the exit or entrance of liquid, so as to serve pleted.

PROVISIONAL PROTECTIONS. either for draining or for distributing liquid to the 306. H. F. KEMP and W. SKEY. “An improved subsoil of land. Patent completed. food for cattle.” Dated Feb. 2, 1859.

Dated July 12, 1859. 298. R. LANCASTER. “An improved mode of ven. This relates to the manufacture of food for cattle

1654. T. Wright. Improvements in the permanent tilating coal and other mines.” Dated Feb. 2, 1859. to be used either in the form of cake or meal, from way of railways, and in the means of preventing ac

This consists in supplying heated air to any portion beet and other such like roots after distillation, mace- cidents thereon. of the upcast shaft, by which means the air is rarefied ration, or expression, either separately or combined

Dated July 30, 1859. therein, and the atinospheric air descending the down with other substances. Patent abandoned.

1770. H. J. Newcombe. An apparatus for heating cast shaft to fill up the partial vacuum thus formed 307. T. STORER. “A new or improved funeral produces the requisite current of fresh air for venti. carriage.” Dated Feb. 3, 1859.

or warming buildings. lating the mine. The air is highly heated by a This consists of a carriage the body of which is

* Dated Aug. 1, 1859. furnace placed at the mouth of the pit, and forced divided by a transverse division into two compart. 1782. E. de Bassano. Improvements in the manu. the requisite distance down the upcast shaft by a ments, entrance to one of the said compartments facture of artificial fuel, commonly called patent fuel. blast-engine. Patent abandoned. being by doors at the sides of the carriage, and to the

Dated Aug. 5, 1859. 299. F. F. RATEAU. “An improved steam-engine other by a door at the back of the carriage, the recepactuated by regenerated steam." Dated Feb. 2, 1859. tacle for the coffin being situated under the floor of paratus for consuming smoke in locomotive and other

1802. B. Tweedy. An improved mode of and apHere the steam is generated at about three atmo the carriage. Patent completed. spheres pressure in a boiler surrounding the fire-box, 308. J. WOODROW. * Improvements in the manu. engine furnaces, whereby coal can be used instead of

coke. and on issuing from the boiler is conveyed into a facture of hats or coverings for the head.” Dated superheating receiver placed within the fire-box. The Feb. 3, 1859.

Datod Aug. 6, 1859. steam superheated being thus brought almost simul. This consists in the use of a woven fabric called 1812. W. R. Drake. An apparatus for conducting taneously to a very high pressure, rushes from the “Swiss tissue,” as an external covering for the clectricity in the sea, and for telegraphing and sound receiver into the steam chest of a horizontal cylinder, foundation or body of summer hats. Patent aban. ing in deep water. (A communication.) where it is distributed in the usual way by a slide doned.

Dated Aug. 9, 1859. valve; as it escapes therefrom it is conveyed by a 309. W. CLAYTON and J. GOODFELLOW. Certain pipe to a second cylinder, where it expands and works improvements in metallic pistons.” Dated Feb. 3, sions for pharmaceutical purposes, which improve

1848. J. Waite. Improvements in making infuin the same way; thence the steam is conveyed back 1859. to the boiler, which it enters freely after raising a This relates to what is known as Goodfellow's similar nature.

ments are also applicable to other purposes of a valve, because its pressure is still higher than that of patent piston, and consists in the use of a fourth or

Datod Aug. 11, 1859. the steam in the boiler. The steam cylinders are in a extra ring in the form of an annular wedge, and so horizontal position, their rods being in a straight line placed within the piston and behind the three ordi.

1856. W. White. A four-wheeled safety sociablo are keyed, working in suitable guides; the slide has nary annular springs or packing, that as the said carriage. the shape of a frame standing upright, and a special springs lose their expansive force and become weaker,

Dated Aug. 16, 1859. brace, in which a cranked pin or cranked shaft journal and in consequence of wear the two outer rings become

1888. J. H. G. Rex. Improvements in the conrevolves, sliding up and down in the slide, so that the of less diameter, the annular wedge-formed spring is struction of dwelling-houses or other buildings, for main shaft is caused directly to revolve by the two caused to exert an outword force upon them, and the purpose of facilitating the escape of the inmates sliding motions without the help of a connecting rod. thereby maintain perfect contact between the cylinder in case of fire. Patent abandoned. and piston. The expansive force of this wedge may

Dated Aug. 17, 1859. 300, J. R. COOPER. " Improvements in breech- be increased to any required extent by steel “set 1892. J. Sidebottom. Certain improvements in loading fire-arms." Dated Feb. 2, 1859.

Patent completed.

power looms for weaving. This consists in certain methods of connecting the 310. H.C. JENNINGS. “ Improvements in the manu. 1896. S. Beardmore. Improvements in electric barrels of breech-loading fire-arms with the break off facture of paper and artificial parchment, and of gela- batteries. of the said fire-arms, hy which the charge and dis tine applicable to the sizeing of the same, and other

Dated Aug. 18, 1859. charge may be rapidly effected. Patent abandoned. purposes.” Dated Feb. 3, 1859.

1898. W. Grimshaw and S. Mason, jun. Improve. 301. s. TEARNE._* Improvements in ornamenting This relates to the manufacture from the fibrous ments in machinery and apparatus employed in surfaces." Dated Feb. 2, 1869.

parts of fish, of a paper or parchment, and of a gela- washing, bowking, bleaching, and preparing flax, and This consists essentially in gilding, silvering, or tine suitable for sizeing the same. Patent completed. other substances. bronzing the said surfaces on those parts to which 311. J. PETRIE, jun., and T. WRIGLEY. Improve- 1900. A. J. Canu. Improvements in machines for the design is to be applied, and in afterwards trans- ments in machinery or apparatus for washing rags breaking or crushing stones, minerals, or other similar ferring thereto designs printed upon transfer paper, and other materials for the manufacture of paper." materials. the said transfer designs concealing certain parts of Dated Feb. 3, 1859.

Dated Aug. 19, 1859 the gilded, silvered, or bronzed surface. Patent com- This invention is not described apart from the pleted. drawings. Patent completed.

1904. P. Salmon. Improvements in locomotives, 302. J. BUNCHER. “Improvements in the manu. 312. S. D. Davison. "Improvements in locomo. and in apparatus for warming trains of carriages con:

nected thereto. facture of eyes or fastenings for stair rods.” Dated tive steam engines.” Dated Feb. 3, 1859.. Feb. 2, 1869. This relates to tank engines, and the main improve for the manufacture of ropes and cables, and for pay

1905. W. T. Henley. Improvements in machinery This consists in manufacturing the eyes or fasten- ment consists in forming the sides of the tank by the ing out and picking up submarine telegraph cables. ings of stair rods by piercing or drilling, and bending longitudinal side-frame plates of the engine. Patent strips or bands of rolled or drawn sheet metal, or flat completed.

1906. S. Boult. Improvements in the means of, or or other shaped wire. Patent completed.

313. A. G. POOLEY, “ Improvements in preparing

apparatus for retarding railway carriages.

1907. J. Jackson and J. Thorley. Improvements 303. I. CLEMENTS. A new or improved method fish for manure, and in apparatus for the same."

in hoists for raising and lowering weights. of manufacturing curtain rings.” Dated Feb. 2, 1859. Dated Feb. 3, 1859. This consists in manufacturing curtain rings by This consists in submitting the fish to the action Allen, and W. Worby.' Improvements in ploughs,

1908. J. Fowler, jun., R. Burton, Þ. Greig, E. E. first cutting rings from sheet metal, and afterwards of steam, and subsequently to pressure. The appa shaping the rings by suitable dies. Patent completed. ratus consists in perforated cylinders, having pistons for giving motion to the same by steam power.

cultivators, or tilling implements, and in machinery 304. J. HIRST, jun., and J. HOLLINGWORTH. "Im working in them for the compression of the fish. provements in the construction of power looms.” Suitably arranged pipes convey the steam to the boilers, and in working the same, and in safety valves,

1909. H. W. Harman. Improvements in steam Dated Feb. 2, 1859.

cylinders. Patent abandoned. This relates, 1, when a series of lifting shuttle boxes

314. M. SMITH. Certain improvements in looms and apparatus connected therewith. is used to operating them by a series of cams or tap- for weaving.” Dated Feb. 4, 1859.

Dated Aug. 22, 1859. pets capable of being slid so as to bring the parti. This relates, 1, to those looms in which a jacquard 1911. E. Hardon. Certain improvements in looms cular cam or tappet into position to operate upon or index machine is used for working the healds in for weaving, the connecting means to the boxes in order to combination with a box containing two or more 1912. W. Finegan. Improvements in apparatus insure the box required being brought into a line shuttles. When a chain of lags with pegs is used to for lubricating machinery. with the race or lay, and at the same time operating act on the hooks which work the healds, the inventor 1913. D. Grant. Improvements in wet gas meters. supporting catches to such boxes to release them makes use of a series of pegs on the same lags, which 1914. G. W. Petter and T. D. Galpin. Improve. to the extent desired to enable the particular catches act on a lever when a change in the shuttle-box is ments in printing pressés:


1915. W. A. Vérel. Improvements in the prepara LIST OF SEALED PATENTS. DRAINAGE AND WATER Works, Hants-For carrying on tion of bones for manure.

Sealed August 31, 1859.

Drainage and Water Works at Fareham, Hants. The 1916. R. A. Brooman. Improvements in apparatus 441. S.T. Cooper.

works will consist of about 4 miles of Stone Pipe

645. C. H. Hurst. for preparing and spinning fibrous materials. (A com

Sewers, Deodorizing Tanks, &c., and about 59 miles of 516. J. T. Carter. 653. W. Clark

Iron Water Mains, Water Reservoir, Pumping Engines, munication.)

553. J. W. Harker and 657. W. Robertson and &c. The contract for the pumping engines will be let 1917. J. J. 0. Taylor. An improvement in the J. K. Field.

J. G. Orchar.

separately. Plans, &c., Mr. E. Rutledge, Engineer to separation of silex and silicious matter from iron.

554. E. Roche.
706. W. C. Cambridge.

the Fareham Local Board of Health, Quay-street, Fare1918. H. Spratt. Improvements in revolving

560. H. Brown.
709. W. Hudson and c.

ham. Tenders, R. Porter, Esq., Chairman of the Board, pistols and other fire-arms.

September 14. 566. J. D. Dougall. Catlow. 1919. Hon. W. Talbot. An improved cigar lighter.

CHURCH, Horncastle, Lincolnshire. For the restoration

573. C.E. Dennet. 721. W. A. Gilbee. and reseating. Drawings, Mr. Nicholson, Church warden, 1920. H. Parkes. Improvements in the manufac576. R. A. Brooman. 754. H. Rigby.

and at office of Mr. Christian, architect, 10 Whitehallture of cylinders, and tubular or hollow bodies of

579. J.M. Dunlop. 780. W. Mossman.

place, London, S.W. Tenders to September 30, copper, and alloys of copper or other ductile metals.

582. F. W. Parker. 800. A. V. Newton.

SEWERS, Greenwich. Also a reservoir and pumping 1921. E. Abbott. Improvements in ordnance and

station, engines, machinery, &c. Plans at office of the

588. R. Leake and M. 818. W. E. Newton. fire-arms.

Metropolitan Board of Works, No. 1 Greek-street, Soba Sykes.

830. A. Paget.

Square. No date given. 1922. O. Maggs. Improvements in taps, cocks, or

592. W. Palmer.

935. J. Luis.

RESTORING CHURCH, Lincolnshire.—For restoring and revalves.

594. W. Gossage.
993. J. Wotton.

seating the old parish church of Horncastle, Lincolnshire. 1923. R. S. Harvey. Improvements in apparatus

595. J. Aspinall.
1060. J. Holroyd.

Plans, &c., until September 20, Mr. H. Nicholson, for dusting vines, hops, and other plants and trees 599. J. L. Jullion and

Churchwarden, and at the office of the architect, Mr.

1410. F. Puls. with sulphur, and other powder.

Christian, 10 Whitehall-place, London, S.W. Tenders, G. Pirie.

14.20. F. A. T. de Beau. September 30, Chairman of the Church Committee, Dated Aug. 23, 1859. 601. A. Booth and A. regard.

Vicarage, Horncastle. 1925. P. F. C. de la Salle. A new method of Booth, jun.

1497. R. Smith. CHAPEL, Southport.--Drawings, office of Messrs. Hayley arranging the keys on the fingerboards of pianos, 603. G. Twigg.

1521. R. Hornsby, jun.

and Sons, architects, Cross-street, Manchester, Tenders

610. J. A. Williams. organs, and other similar instruments.

to September 20th. 1561. L. L. Tower.

PARSONAGE HOUce, Amblecote, near Slourbridge-Plans, 1927. T. Fry. The application of enamelled slate 612. J. R. Nicholson. 1598. J. H. and T. Nal office of Mr. J. M. Gething, Dennis Park, Prierley-hill. to the new purpose of lining, panelling, or otherwise 626. R. Hellard. der.

Tenders to Rev. J. M. Grier, Stourbridge, to Septem

ber 19th.
facing the internal or external walls of houses, public
buildings, and edifices generally.

PATENTS ON WHICH THE THIRD YEAR'S STAMP WORKHOUSE, Swansca.—The time has been extended to

the 14th inst. Whole or any part of works. Lithographed 1929. 0. Maggs. Improvements in apparatus for

2016. J. Blake and F. weaving straw, rushes, and other materials into

bills of quantities prepared by Messrs. Pearson and 2062. Earl of Ald

Doughney, surveyors, 9 John-street, Adelphi, London, fabrics.


may be obtained either at their offices or at the work

2037. J. Apperly: 2081. J. B. Dancer. house, Swansea. Tenders to clerk to guardians, to 5 PATENTS APPLIED FOR WITH COMPLETE 2038. P. J. Guyet. 2068. W. S. Mitchell Fisher-street, Swansea. SPECIFICATIONS. 2046. E. P. Spiller. and C. M. E. Gärtner.

HOTEL AND Tavern, London.-On the Vauxhall gardens 2054. E. and G. P. 2070. R. Wilson.

estate. Plans and particulars at the office of Mr. W. W. 1942. M. Billing. An improved mode of orna

Munford, architect, 21 Lincoln's-inn-fields. No date Leigh.

2076. S. W. Park and menting and finishing certain articles of hardware.

given. Dated Aug. 20, 1859.

E. S. Ells.

WORKSÆOPS, Dublin. For the erection of workshops and

other buildings on the premises of the North Wall Grar1944. M.J. Stark. Producing a new chemical or

LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS, &c., ing Dock, conformably to the specifications, &c., to be artificial manure from bones, and all such animal and

scen at the Ballast Office, of the Corporation for Prefatty matters. Dated Aug. 26, 1859.

Published during the week ending Sept. 2, 1859. serving and Improving the Port of Dublin, where also

printed forms of tender. Proposals to Mr. Wm. Lees, No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No. Pr. No.


secretary, September 29.

SCHOOL-ROOM, &c., Hants. For the erection of a schoolWITH PATENTS.

s d

room, with quarters for schoolmaster and schoolmistress,

Sd Is d Sd Is d (From the London Gazette, Sept. 6, 1859.)

Christchurch Barrracks, in the county of Hants. Plans, 235 1 5 247 10 3

2600 S27205 285 0 3 2970 6 1019. W. Dicks and W. Hopwell. Boots and shoes,

&c., Royal Engineer Office, Gosport, to September 17, 248 0 3 261 0 3 273 0 3


Tenders, War Office, Pall Mall, September 19.
1035. J. Holmes. Boots and shoes.
237 0 5 2491 7 2620 2740 10 287 0 2990

DESIGN FOR GUILDIALL, Cambridge. - A premium of £200 1014. W. Mackenzie. Printing impressions. 238 0 6 250 0 7 2630 3 2750 3 2880 33000 3

will be given for the best, and $100 for the second best. 239 0 3 2510 3 2640 3 276 2 10 2890 63010 4 1053. G. Pearson. Trenails.

Printed particulars at office of the town clerk, Cambridge. 240 0 3 2520 8 265 0 10 2770 31 2900 83020 7 1068. N. Libotte. Steam brake. 211 0 3 253 0 3 2660 5 278 1 2911

Designs to October 31st.

0 3030 1069. N. J. Holmes. Electric telegraphs.

Plays, &c., Fon CEMETERY.-Including roads and ap2120 7255 0 5 267 1 1 279 0 3 2920 3 338/07

proaches, two chapels, gates, lodge walls, &c., premium, 1070. E. Lardenois. Pulp. (A communication.) 243 0 3 2560 10 265 0 328003 293 0 3 3510 3

£15 for the best plan, and £10 for the next, to be left at 1071. T. Clarke. Sheaves or pulleys. 2440 3 2570 3 2690 10 281 0 9 294 0 10

office of Mr. A. D. Bartlett, clerk to the burial board, 1077. J. W. Welch. Dressing yarns.

245 0 3
258 0 9 2700 4 2830 5 295 0 7

Abingdon, to September 21st.
2460 6 259 0 10 2710 3 284 0 6 296 0 11
1078. H. Bosshard. Motive power.

SURVEYING, Brecon.--For making a survey and plan of 1081. T. Smith Cultivating implements.

the town of Brecon, on a scale of five fect to a mile, for 1085. E. Francis. Treatment of tea. NOTE.-Specifications will be forwarded by post from the

the purposes of the Public Health Act, 1848, and of the Great Seal Patent Office (publishing department) on re

Local Government Act, 1858. Printed terins, &c., Mr. 1092. T. H. Arrowsmith. Carding engines. ceipt of the amount of price and postage. Sums exceeding

Kirk, surveyor to the board. Tenders, S. B. Evans, clerk 1100. D. Moore. Dressing types. 58. must be remitted by Post Office Order, made payable

to the board, September 14. 1106. T. W. Miller. Generating steam. at the Post Office, High Holborn, to Mr. Bennet Wood

IRONWORKS MANAGER.-Small ironworks. Apply by letter 1115. R. Mushet. Cast steel. croft, Great Seal Patent Office.

to Mr. R. Bewley, Stoke-on-Trent, stating salary and

reference to last place. 1122. H. Turner. Steam-engines.

Wira DRAWING MANAGER.-A thoroughly practical man, 1123. J. F. Allender and D. Rowley. Shears. LIST OF MISCELLANEOUS TENDERS IN well qualified to manage a wire drawing establishment. 1150. R. Mushet. Puddling iron and steel.


Address, T. 41, Journal office, Birmingham.
1151. R. Mushet. Iron.
1154. W. E. Gedge. Steel. (A communication.)

The tenders and vacancies which appear in this weekly list
are not repeated in succeeding numbers.

PRICES CURRENT OF METALS. 1161. G. G. Bussey. Carrying cartridges.

London, 9th Sep., 1859. 1182. H. Clarke. Mill stones. (A communica-GasWorks, Blackburn.--For the erection at No. 2 station, Addison-street, of a circular Ashlar stone tank, the

Dit tion.) diameter of which to be 112 feet, and 30 feet 6 inches in

£s. d. £ s. d. 1. ct 1163. M. Henry. Mariner's compass. (A com depth, including also dry well, river and retaining IRON , Rails in Wales and N.

of England walling in connection with same. Plans, specifications,

600 to

nett munication.)

Welsh Bars, in Wales.. 1197. W. Clark. Knitting machines. (A com and conditions at the Company's office, Jubilee-street.

Staf. Bars at the Works

700. 7 100 munication.) Tenders, 26th September, to C. Parkinson, Esq., Chair


300 $ 100 man to the Blackburn Gas Light Company.

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Sheets, Singles

810 0. 1251. W. C. Cambridge. Thrashing and winnow DIKES, Scotland.-For building about 200 roods of dikes,

Nail Rods


7100 ing on the lands of Holeshiel, in the parish of Humbie, East

Boiler Plates

8 10 0 900 1569. N. Ardaseer. Steam boilers. Lothian, according to specifications with Mr. Hyslop, Scotch Pig, M.-Nos. War.

rants, at Glasgow tenant at Hobshiel. Estimates to Messrs. Lawse and

Delt 1617. W. Robinson. Cask-washing machines.

Do. No. 1, Good Brands

9 14 6 1645. H. Davies. Soap. Bonar, W. S., 15 York Place, Edinburgh (who will also

7 100

800 1654. T. Wright. Permanent way. show the specification) September 20.

Swedish Bars, in London 1200 1500 Tiles, Scotland. The magistrates and town-council of COPPER,

Sheet and Sheathing per lb. 0 0 19 1661. J. Combe. Hackling fibres. Forfar require the following tiles,—70,000 pipes and

Tongh Cake and Tile ,, ton 107 10 0 1718. J. Hartley. Steam-engines. collars of 1)-in., 600 yards of 3-in. tile, 800 yards of

Best Selected.. 1778. E. Merrell. Washing and cleansing. 4-in., 1,400 yards of 6-in., 200 yards of 8-in., and 300


South American ... 103 00 1808. R. T. Pattison. Dyeing fabrics, yards of 10-inch. Tenders to Mr. George Patterson,

Yellow Metal Sheathing

per lb. 0 Superintendent, Forfar, September 14, with specimens. STEEL, Swedish Keg 1822. J. Cunningham. Jacquard apparatus.

pr. toa 19 The whole to be delivered by the 1st of January next,

Faggot ......

94 0 0 1836. J. Cannon. Washing machines. (4. com and delivered at Forfar, or the Southmuir of Forfar.

TIN, English, Block 6 16 0 munication.) CAST-IRON WATER-PIPEs, Ilfracombe.-Contract No. 1 for


6 17 0 1856. W. White. Sociable carriage. 200 tons of cast-iron water-pipes. Contract 2, for the Foreign, Banca

7 3 0

7 00 1860. W. De la Rue and H. Müller. Treating wax. supply of sluices, hydrants, &c. Contract No. 3, for TINPLAïes, Charcoal, I.C...pribox 1 12. 1 13 6 1909. H. W. Harman. Steam-boilers. excavating the ground, and laying 5,300 yards of water

Coke, I.C.

1 66

176 mains. Contract No. 4, for construction of a covered

LEAD, Pig, English 1944. M.J. Stark. Manure.

. pr. ton 23 10 0 2300 reservoir, &c. Drawings and information at offices of


2900 92 100 The full titles of the patents in the above list can be as Mr. Langdon, Solicitor, Ilfracombe, or at the office of


23 10 0 certained by referring back to their numbers in the list of Mr. Whitehead, County Surveyor of Somerset, Weston SPELTER, on the spot . pr. ton 20 150, 2100

for Arrival.

215 provisional protections previously published.

Super-Mare. Duplicate copies and forms of tender at
Opposition can be entered to the granting of a patent to either of the above offices on payment of 10%. 6d. for ZINC, English, Sheet

260 0,97 0 QUICKSILVER

per btl. 7 00 any of the parties in the above list who have

given notice of contracts No. 1 and 2, and £1 is. for Nos. 3 and 4. their intention to proceed, within twenty-one days from the Tenders to September 19th.

REMARKS.—Business is at the moment extremely limited, date of the Gazette in which the notice appears, by leaving Coppen Slips. India Board.-Conditions on application at with no alteration of prices worthy of remark. at the Commissioners' office particulars in writing of the the Secretariat office up to the 13th inst., where proposals

LAWRIE AND HAGGER, Metal Brokers. objection to the application.

before 11a.m.

33 Lombard-street, E.C.

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