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Steam vessels, self-acting safety-valve for,
103

-, sliding keel for iron, 448,756
mode of steering, Rigel's, 757
Steel, proportion of carbon in, 160

Heath's patent mode of making, 37
Steele, Thomas, Esq.; reciprocating cham-
ber for subaqueous operations by, 34; sub-
marine illumination, 88, 139, 411, 450
Stocker's beer cock, 168

Stone, decay of, 463

Storwell's process for preserving beer, 32
Stoves, economical warming and cooking,
82; Chunk, Prosser's, 146; improvement
in, Baddeley's, 217

-, gas, Gilbert's improved,, 201, 218,
349, 350

Streets, machine for sweeping, 83

Street lamp, Sir J. Robison's improved, 343
Strutt, Mr., of Derby, his gift of public
pleasure grounds, 144

Sugar, Hurd's patent for making, from beet
root, 14

Sugar, manufacture of, by steam and in vacuo,
W. A. Kentish, 41

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Timber, preservation of, Ringgold and Earle's
process, 117; Earle's, 141; Boucherie's,
756

-, new method of Kyanizing, 528
Time table, Kentish's improved, 88, 138
Tin, chrystallization of, 255
Tools, self-acting, 207

Town's wooden bridge building, 528
Tredgold's rules for power of steam-engines,
723; remarks on, 743, 763
Trees, size of, 303

Triangle equilateral, remarkable primary
property of, 560

Tweedy's method of preventing corrosion of
parts of steam-engines, 113
Typoface, 32

U.

Unicorn, The, of fable, derived from the In-
dian rhinoceros, 692

Universe, new theory of the, 555, 722

V.

Val de Marino's, (Count,) mode of preparing

gas, 203

Vapour baths, Russian, 72

Varnish for iron and steel, 304

of dextrine or starch, 416
Ventilation of omnibuses, 439

of rooms, 461

Violin, mechanical, 64

Voice, means of improving the, 420
W.

Wall, Lieut., on the requisites of seagoing
vessels, 130

Wandle, river, quality of water cf, 767
Wapshare's patent steam laundry, 253, 470
Water, historical notice of the discovery of
the composition of, Lord Brougham's, 89
mode of purifying, 224

, instrument for ascertaining tempera-
ture of at great depths, 286

new gaseous compounds, with ele-
ments of, 287

on the application of as a motive

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Oct. 10 ib.

Dec. 2 222
Luke Hebert, packing and pressing.... Dec. 2 ib.
Miles Berry, pins...

Dec. 2 ib.

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John Dickinson, Paper

..... Oct. 17 ib. ·
Oct. 17 ib.

James Yates, Furnaces

Charles Rober, Dyeing...

Haddan and Hawks, Railway Wheels.. Oct. 17 ib.

Oct. 19 ib.
..... Oct. 19 ib.
William Newton, Making Screws...... Oct. 24 ib.
James Sutcliffe, Water Wheels and raising
Water
, Oct. 24 ib.
George Graydon, Compasses and Instruments
for observing Angies....
Oct. 24 ib.
Stephen George Dordoy, gelatine...... Oct. 31 158
Greenwood and Pickering, Engines for obtaining
Power...
Nov. 2 ib.

Samuel Morand, Stretching Fabrics.... Nov. 2 ib.
Theobald Whal, Boilers

Alexander A. Croll, gas and salts
John Cutten, garden pots..

William H. Taylor, electro magnetic engine

Goufrey A. Ermen, spinning and other machi-

Dec. 2 ib.
John Evans, cleansing felts for paper making

Dec. 2 ib.
Henry Dunnington, stocking-frame.... Dec. 2 ib.
Henry Guest, locks and fastenings .... Dec. 2 ib.
Saunder and Newberry, dibbling machine
Dec. 2 ib.
Henry Trewhitt, china and earthenware Dec. 4 ib.
Christopher Nickels, propelling carriages
Dec. 4 ib.
Pierre N. Crounier, filters, and tanning Dec. 4 ib.
James Mayer, cutting splints for matches Dec 4 223
Lowe and Kirkham, gas

nery

Dec. 4 ib.

Nov. 2 ib.

Nov. 2 ib.

......

James Naswith, railway carriages.......
John H. Hall, water-proofing
Harrold Potter, calico printing

Dec. 4 ib.

Dec. 5 ib.

Dec. 9 ib.

Nov. 2 ib.

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Samuel W. White, preventing drowning Dec. 9 ib.
Moses Poole, soda
.....Dec. 9 ib.
Thomas Richardson, sulphate of lead.. Dec. 9 ib.
John Leslie, measuring the human frame Dec. 9 ib.
John Juckes, fire-places
....... Dec. 9 ib.
Pierre F. Gougy, time keepers........ Dec. 11 ib.
Robert Hervey, purification and use of alum

Ransom and Millbourn, paper

Dec. 13 ib.
Dec. 13 223

Angier M. Perkins, heating by water.. Dec. 16 ib.
Jacob Brazill, obtaining power........ Dec. 16 ib.
Henry S. M. Vandeleur, pavements.... Dec. 16 ib.
Samuel W. Faxon, lamp burners...... Dec. 16 ib.
Japy and Dumery, steam or water rotary en-
gines...
.. Dec. 16 ib.

Dec. 16 ib.
Dec. 16 ib.

David Morison, printing.
Naylor and Crichton, weaving
George Wilson, steam whistles........ Dec. 16 ib.
James W.Thompson, invalid bedstead Dec. 16 ib.
William Newman, roller blind furniture Dec. 16 ib.
John Robinson, steering apparatus.... Dec. 16 lb.
John Wood, china......
.. Dec. 16 ib.

Joseph Gibbs, preparing and spinning fibrous
substances ...................
Dec. 21 ib.

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George L. Young, parchment, paper, &c.
Dec. 21 ib.
Henry F. Richardson, omnibuses...... Dec. 21 ib.
Cutts and Spencer, wool cards.. Dec. 21 ib.
Lawrence W. Fletcher, woollen cloths.. Dec. 23 ib.
Thomas Firmstone, salt............ Dec. 24 ib.
Alexander Mac Rae, agricultural machinery
Dec. 24 ib.
Thomas H. Clarke, table and sash-fastenings
Dec. 24 ib.
John Nicolas, propelling railway and other
carriages..
.1840.. Jan. 1 319
S. and J. Lawson, spinning machinery, Jan. 2 ib.
Charles Greenway, reducing friction in car-
riages and machinery...
....... Jan. 3 ib.
John F. V. Fabien, pumps...
.. Jan. 7 ib.
David Low, crushing, preparing, &c. flax, &c.
Jan. 7 ib.
Moses Poole, obtaining power........ Jan. 7 ib.
John Ridgeway, moulds for pottery.. Jan. 11 ib.
Ridgeway and Wall, china and earthenware
Jan. 11 ib.
Christopher E. Dampier, weighing machine
Jan. 14 319
Hezekiah Marshall, window sashes and fasten
ings....
..Jan. 14 ib.
Arthur E. Walker, engraving by machinery
Jan. 18 ib.
Wheatstone and Cooke, signals by electric cur-
rents...
.... Jan. 21
Samuel Brown, metallic casks........ Jan. 21
Joseph R. Cooper, fire arms and balls, Jan. 21
William Stone, making of wine...... Jan. 21 ib.
James Hall, beds, mattresses, &c..... Jan. 21
Arthur Howe, preserving wood from decay
Jan. 21 ib.
Coltman and Wale, stocking frame.. Jan. 21 ib.
Samuel Wilkes, hinges...
George Wilson, paper-cutting machine Jan. 21 ib.
Rowley and Wakefield, cutting out and stamp-
ing buttons, &c....
...... Jan. 21 ib.
Edward Hallidey, raising pile on woollens, &c.
Jau. 21 ib.
William Hunt, potash, soda, and their carbo-
Jan. 21 ib.
and soda
Jan. 21 ib.
Jules A. S. de Gournay, horse-shoes.. Jan. 22 ib.
George Clarke, looms....
.....Jan. 23 ib.
Alexander Helt, fire-grates or fire-places, for
various purposes..
Jan. 23 ib.
Bingham and Boden, imitation ivory, bone,
horn, &c....
. Jan. 25 ib.
Robert Montgomery, spinning machinery
Jan. 25 ib.
Thomas Aitken, drawing-cotton...... Jan. 28 ib.
Smith and Smith, figuring bobbin net Jan. 28 ib.
William Pontifex, extraction of colouring mat-
ter from solutions...
Jan. 28 ib.
Henry Curzon, steam-engines. ... Jan. 28 ib.
John Whitehouse, rolling metals.... Jan. 28 ib.
William M. Forman, stocking-frame.. Jan. 28 ib.
William Cubitt, improvements in roofing
Moses Poole, raising fluids...
William Brockedon, stopping bottles, &c.

nates......

Miles Berry, prussiates of potash

water...

ib.

Jan. 21 ib.

Jan. 31 ib.
Jan. 30 414

Jan. 31 ib.

Philip M. Moindron, furnaces and boilers Jan. 31 ib.
William Cubitt, roof.ng.............. Jan. 31 ib.
William M. Crofton, steam carriages on com-
mon roads...
Feb. 5 ib.
Steele and Steele, kitchen ranges and heating
Feb. 5 ib.
William J. Cookson, smelting copper, &c. Feb. 5 ib.
Myerscough and Sykes, looms for a new fabric
and other weaving.........
...... Feb. 5 ib.
Samuel Carson, withdrawing air or vapours
Feb. 5 ib.
Joseph N. Taylor, steam boats........ Feb. 8 ib.
John Wertheimer, preserving animal and ve
getable matters
Robert Beart, filtering..

Feb. 8 ib.
Feb. 8 ib.

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Feb. 22 ib.
Feb. 25 ib.

Cutler and Hancock, corks and bottle necks
William Brindley, pressing cotton, wool, &c.

Thomas Huckrale, ploughs .......... Feb 25 ib.
Thomas Farmer, obtailing sulphur, &c. from
pyrites
Feb. 25 ib.
John Wilson, carbonate of soda ....... Feb. 25 415
Richard Kingdon, supports for the human body
Feb. 25 ib.
Thomas Milner, fire proof safes and boxes
Feb. 26 ib.
William M. Williams, lock and key.... Feb. 27 ib.
Rowland M. Stephenson, theatrical machinery
Feb. 28 ib.
James B. Nelson, preventing oxidation of iron
Feb. 29 495
Rowland M. Stephenson, theatrical machinery
Feb. 29 ib.
Richard Edwards, kindling fires...... Feb. 29 ib.
John Sylvester, doors for fire-places.... Mar. 3 ib.
Joseph Shore, preserving metals and alloys

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Hayward Tyler, preserving liquids with gas, and
bottles for the purpose..

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Mar. 7 ib.
Mar. 10 ib.

James Knowles, steam boilers
George Gwynne, candles, oils, and fats Mar. 10 ib.
William Forrester, preparing warps.. Mar. il ib.
Thomas Peet, steam-engines..
Mar. 11 ib.
Smith and Hocking, preparing and spinning
machinery
Mar. 13 ib.
tienne R. Eaubert, distributing type Mar. 13 ib.
Young and Delcombe, setting-up type Mar. 13 495
Robert Haricas, waterproofing........ Mar. 16 ib.
William Crofts, figured bobbin net and other
fabrics
Mar. 16 ib.
Jean F. V. Fabien, rotary power engines
Mar. 16 ib.

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William Palmer, candles and applying light
Mar. 25 ib.
Henry Smith, gas burners and lamps.. Mar. 25 ib.
Elkington and Elkington, coating and plating
Mar. 25 ib.
.... Mar. 25 ib.

metals

Joseph Crossfield, plate glass
Samuel Knight, boiling, &c., for bleaching

Mar. 25 ib.
James Hay, "the Belton plough". .... Mar. 25 ib.
Henry P. Rougette, a new pigment.... Mar. 25 ib.
James Sabberton, fastening of straps to trowsers
Mar. 26 ib.
Alexander S. Stocker, making tubes .. Mar. 27 b.
Richard Prosser, making pipes........ Mar. 27 ib.
Henry Kirk, artificial ice, slabs, and mouldings
Mar. 28 ib.
John Bethell, preparing oils and fats.. Mar. 28 690
Claude J. E. C. Junot, purifying and solidifying
tallows, oils, &c..
Mar. 30 ib
Henry Martin, surfaces of paper...... Mar. 30 ib.
William N. Clay, manufacture of iron.. Mar. 31 ib.
John L. Steinhauser, spinning and doubling
machinery
Mar. 31 ib.
Bancroft and Innes, rendering used animal
charcoal fit for use again..
Mar. 31 ib.
Charles Cummins, barometers and sympie:o-

John Inkson, gas apparatus

Orlando Jones, starch

Authur Wall, preventing corrosion
&c........

Matthews and Leonard, dye-wood and bark-
mill
William Newton, sculpturing marble, &c.

May 5. ib.
George Mackay, rotary engines........ May 5. ib.
William Beetson, stuffing boxes ...May 5. ib.
Frank Hills, steam-engines and locomotive
carriages
. May 5. ib.
Bernard Aubé, woollen manufacture .. May 7. ib.
Thomas Walker, feeding carding machines,

May 7. 772
Henry Holland, umbrellas and parasols, May 7. ib.
Henry M. Grover, retarding railway trains,
May 9. ib.
Miles Berry, oil...
May 9. ib.
Auguste Moinan, time-keepers........ May 9. ib.
Rice Harris, printing and embossing, May 12. ib.
George J. Newberry, waterproofing May 12. ib.
Henry Dirks, wheels, locomotives, and other

steam-engines..

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Francis Molineux, candles and producing light

April 23 ib.

Elijah Galloway, steam-engines

and engines

for forcing fluids

April 23 ib.

Jonathan Sparke, smelting lead ores.. April 23 ib.

John White, vices

April 23 ib

James M. Rymer, Castors..

April 23 ib.

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April 30. ib.

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William Pierce, locks and keys

May 2. ib.

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April 2 ib.

Thomas Smedley, tubes, pipes, and cylinders

John Davidson, preserving salt
Peter Bradshaw, dibbling corn

May 12. ib.

May 12. ib.

April 4 ib.

Blair and Watson, chemical manufactures and

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April 15 ib.

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Jean, F. V. Fabien, rotary engines.... April 20 691
Matthew Uzielli, ships, hearths, and distilling
.. April 22 ib.
Thomas Aitken, drawing cotton, &c... April 22 ib.
Peter Lomax, looms
Oct. 9 63
Joseph Garnett, carding and spinning ma-
chinery
Oct. 9 ib.
Joseph Davis, flame-proofing wood.... Oct. 9 ib.
Edmonson and Edmonson, wood-screws and
bolts....
....... Oct. 19 ib.
Steele and Steele, kitchen-1anges and heating
water
....... Oct. 18 ib.
Robert Stewart, crane..........
...... Oct 22 ib.
Samuel Hall, steam-engines and propelling
Oct. 22 ib.
Alexander Borland, measuring meter for liquids
Oct. 26 159

John J. Mechi, lighting buildings
Bryan J. Anson, stirrup irons........
Henry Ernest, beer engines.
. May 13.
William H. Taylor, staves, shingles and laths,

May 20. ib.
William Bush, fire-arms and cartridges, May 20. ib.
James Buchanan, spinning, applying tar, &c.

to ropes
James C. Davis, time-piece.

SCOTCH.

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Thomas N. Roper, water-proofing .... Oct. 28 ib.
Robert E. Morrice, boots, shoes, &c.. Oct. 28 ib.
James Smith, self-acting temple for looms
Nov. 1 ib.
James Yates, furnaces for melting metals, &c.
Nov. 1 ib.
John B. Humphreys, ships and steam vessels
Nov. 1 ib.
John G. Bodmer, operating on metals.. Nov. 8 ib.
William Newton, screws ...... Nov. 11 ib.
James Satcliffe, water-wheels and raising water
Nov. 11 ib.

..May 12. ib.

May 13. ib.

ib.

May 22. ib.
May 23. ib.

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