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16 ft 16 TICTOBUI, Cap. 83. Sec. ZZXn. 




CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX 

OF 

PATENTS APPLIED POE AND PATENTS 
GRANTED, 

For the Year 1868. 



Vrinbtt xiOt ^uUU^dr tg Arttet at Qc KonouciAb 4t CamnMiatuvt of Ifistmtg, 

nXDU TBI 

ACT of 16 & 16 VICTOSI£, Cap. 83. Sec. XXXll, 



BY BENNET WOODCROFT, 

nruiniBXDsxT of mcmcATKou, iraxxu, kt. 




LOKDON: 

PRINTED BY GEOEGE EDWARD EYRE AND WILLIAM SPOTTISWOODB, 

rRINTess TO THE QUEEX's HOST E^CETXEKT UAJESTT. 

PUBLISHED AT THE CHEAT SRAL PATENT OFFICE, 

BOL'TnAHPTOH KUl-LDDIOSr nOLBOBIf. 

1859. 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



Hknrv. 
lit Juiuuy I 



lat January 1858. 
Brl'n. 



GORLK. 

lit January 1858. 

PARKE8. 

Ut January 1858. 



Johnson. 
1«t January 1858. 



4tb January 1S68. 



4tb January 1868. 



Walto.v. 
4th January 1858. 



1. JoH.N Henhv, of Friday Street, in the City of London, and Buclianan StrMt, 
Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, Manufacturer, for on invention for — " Improve- 
ment* in weaving fabrics for ladies' dressea and petticuata.'' 

Prnvimonal protection onlg. 

2. Jahrs Morphy, of Newport, in the County of Monmouthshire, Civil Engi* 
ncer, for an invention for — " Itnprovementa in wheels used on railwaya." 

CompUle ipecification ; Lftlers Patent lealed. 

5. LoL'iK Joseph Ar-sIims Brik, of Paria, in the Empire of France, Merchant, 
for an invention for — " Improvement a In instruments for measuring angles, applicable 
to nautical and other purposes." Letters Patent sealed. 

4. George Gorlb, of Handaworth, in the County of Stafford, Rumber, for an 
invention for — " A new or improved service box for water-closets." 

Proviiional proteclion rmly. 

6. Alexandkr PABKEfi, and Henrv Parkes, of Birmingham, for an inventioa 
for — " Improvements in the manufacture of rods, wire, naila, and tubes." 

Ijftters Patent sealed. 

8. John William Clare, of Surrey Square, in the County of Surrey, Civil 

Engineer, for an invention for—" Improvements in ateam-enginea and boilers, part of 

which improvements is appUcable to fumacea." Letters Patent sealed, 

7. John Hekhy Johnson, of -l/i Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, anil of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentle- 
man, for an invention for^" Improvements in penholders, pcncil-caaes, and other 
articles sliding in coses of a like nature." — A comtaanieation front IauU Charles 
Rlallot, of Paris, in ike Empire of France, Manufacturer. Letters Patent sealed. 

8. Robert Hahvev, of Glasgow, in the C'ouuly of l.anaik. North Britain, Engi- 
neer, for an invention for — " Improvements in steam hammers." 

letters Patent sealed, 
8. Archibald Slate, of Adelaide Road, Haverstock Hid, in the (bounty of Mid- 
dlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for supplying fuel to blast 

Letters Patent seated. 



furnaces." 

10. Thoi 
diesex, for i 
seeds, and in appatati 
Thoi 



Scott, of Drummond Street, Euston Square, in the County of Mid- 

'ention for — " Improvements in cleaning, aeparating, and miiing 

for those purposes." Profisitmal protection only. 

Steward of St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington, in 



the County of Middlesex, for an invention for—" Improvements in apparatus for 

:ntilating buildings." Proeisional protection only. 

IS. FREDKBtcK Walton, of Haughton Dale Mills, near the City of Manchester, 

Card Manufocturcr, for an invenlion for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 

sheets or plates made of pbsiic compositions and other materials, and In the appli- 

in thereof, either alone or in com'bination with other aubstanees, to tlic inanufac- 

of knife handles, mouldings, artificial veneers, floor clotlis. and other ornamental 

and UKful purpose!." Letters Patent itolei^ 

xi 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Kiddle. 
4th January 1858. 

Ellis. 

Ellis. 

5th January 1858. 

TWIGG. 

Adkins. 
5th January 1858. 

Leeming. 
Ramsdex. 
5th January 1858. 

Platt. 
5th January 1858. 

Dering. 
5th January 1858. 

Cocker. 
6th January 1858. 



Brooman. 
6th January 1858. 



Jennings. 
6th January 1858. 

Malcolm. 
6th January 1858. 

Lavater. 

7th January 1858. 



Kidd. 
7th January 1858. 



Thiry. 
7th January 1858. 

Cappon. 
7th January 1858. 

Rbilly. 
7th January 1858. 

Graham. 

7th January 1858. 



13. Edward Hamlin Kiddle, of Broad Street, Lambeth, in the County of 
Surrey, Miller, for an invention for — " Improvements in smut machines." 

Provisional protection only. 

14. James Ellis, and Joseph Henry Ellis, of Leicester, in the County of 
Leicester, Coal and Lime Merchants, for an invention for — " Improvements in ma- 
chinery for subdividing or reducing into small particles masses of rock and minerals." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

15. John North Wilkins Twigg, Commercial Agent, of Coventry, in the 
County of Warwick, and William Adkins, of Birmingham, in the same County, 
Linen Draper, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in self-acting railway 
breaks." Provisional protection only. 

16. James Leeming, of Bradford, in the County of York, Machine Maker, and 
John Carter Ramsden, of the same place. Manufacturer, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in looms for weaving." Letters Patent sealed. 

17. John Platt, of Oldham, in the County of Lancaster, Mechanical Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in maclidnery or apparatus for spinning and 
doubling or twining cotton and other fibrous materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

18. George Edward Dering, of Lockleys, in the County of Hertford, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in electric telegraphs, and in the manufacture of insu- 
lated wire and cables." Letters Patent se ed. 

19. Thomas Fildes Cocker, of Sheffield, in the County of York, Steel File and 
Wire Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 
wire applicable to umbrellas and parasols, and to articles of dress." 

Provisional protection only. 

20. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of London, 
Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An 
improved lock buckle." — A communication from Laurent Courdier, of Dijon. 

Provisional protection only. 

21. Henry Constantine Jennings, of No. 8, Great Tower Street, in the City 
of London, Practical Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the produc* 
tion and application of tannin or tannic acid." Letters Patent sealed. 



« 



22. James Drysdalb Malcolm, of 47, Leicester Square, for an invention for — 
Improvements in apparatus for ornamenting fabrics and other surfaces." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

28. Manuel Leopold Jonas Lavater, India-rubber Manufacturer, of 23, 
Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, London, E.C., for an invention for — " The application of 
the principle of exhausting air as used in plate holders, breast pimips, for pegs.''^ 

Letters Patent sealed, 

24. Joshua Kidd, of 6, Bridge Parade, Bristol, in the County of Somerset, Civil 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved apparatus for regulating the pressure and 
supply of steam, gas, or other rarefied or compressed bodies, and for causing more 
perfect combustion of the gases procured from coal, and increasing the heating and 
illuminating power of the said gases." Provisional protection only, 

26. Christophb Adrien Thiry, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Merchant, 
for an invention for — ** A new or improved oyster holder." 

Provisional protection only, 

26. Francois Philippe Cappon, Watchmaker, of Marans, France, for an inven- 
tion for — " Self-acting pads for doors, shutters, windows, or other similar shuttings." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

27. James Reillv, the younger, of the City of Manchester, in the County of 
Lancaster, Chair Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in chairs an d 
seats of various descriptions." Letters Patent sealed. 

28. Eliza Graham, of 14, Noel Street, River Terrace, Islington, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for^-*'' An improved apparatus for threading needles." 

Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPUF.n FOR AND PATKNTS GRANTED. 



Phii-p. 
7th JftnuDiy 1858. 



De WlNTOS. 

rtli Jwiuary 186S. 






SOAUBS, 

ttth JknuMy \S5». 

Brooman. 
Sth Jonusjy 1858. 



Atkiss. 
8th January lfto8. 



8th Jwiuary 1838. 

Brown. 
9th Jwiuary 1858. 

Church. 
!hl> January 1858, 



Row E 1.1.- 

9th January 1858. 
Parson B. 

9th Jmiuwt 1858. 

Chaupol-r. 
3th January 1858. 

Trkdarkih. 
lllh January 1858. 



Ilth January 1H58. 

Tayloh. 
11th January 1858. 



29. UicKABD PiiiLP, and John Philp, of Nonrood House, Chelteiiham, in the 
County of Glouccatersbire, Civil Engineers, for an invention for — "An improvement 
in propellers for propelling ships, boats, and other vcsstels in water." 

Letters Palenl seated, 

30. Edwi\ Maw, of the Doncaster Iron Works, Yorkshire, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in the construction of metallic bedsteads and other surfaces to sit or 
recline on," Letters Patent sealed, 

31. Gbohce Jean De Winton De Winton, of the Junior United Service Club, 
of Charles Street, St. James', Westminster, in the County of Middlesex, Esquire, for 

L invention for — " Improvements in copying appaiatus." — A cotnmunication from 
Henry Geakarl, of Lifge, in Belgium, Proritional proteetion only. 

2. Samuel Lbes, of Salford, in the Coun^ of Iiancaster, Manufacturing 
Chemist, for an Invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of mineral oil." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

33. Hbnrv Ravmond, of Bristol, in the County of Gloucester, Artisan, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in propelling ships or vessels." 

Provisional prottctioit only. 

34. Petbr Soaues, and Johk Campbell Evanb, of the Morden Iron Works, i 
East Greenwich, in the County of Kent, Engineers, for an ici-ention for — " Imjirove- 
menta in steam nancs, parts of which improvements are apphcable to the generation 

team." Letters Patent staled. 

5. Richard Abchibalb Brooma.v, of 16(i, Fleet Street, in the Citj- of London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention — " A method of and apparatus for teaching music and 
arithmetic." — A communication from Mademoiselle FUton, of Paris. 

Letters Patent sealed, 
30. Hrkry Atkins, of Nottingham, in the County of Nottingham, Lace Manu- 
facturer, for an invention for — " Producing scarfs, neck ties, and other articles from 
the war]) machine." Letters Patent sealed. 

37. Thoma-'s Gbbbnwood, and John Batlkv, of Leeds, in the County of York, 
Machinists, for an invention for-^" Improvements in machinery for heckling flax and 
other fibrous materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

38. Robert Brown, of the firm of A. and K. Brown, of Liverpool, in the County 
of Lancaater, Plumbers and Brass Founders, for an invention for — '' Improvements in 

fr-closets, parts of which are applicable to pumps." Prorisional protection only. 

Q. William Chl'bch, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Engineer, for 
an invention for—" Improvements in meaauring-rules, compasses, and other mathe- 
matical instruments, and in machinery to be employed in manufiu^tunng measuring- 
rules and other mathematical instruments." Letters Patent sealed. 

40. Thomas Rowbll, of Sunderland, Engineer, for an invention for — "Im- 
provements in furnaces." Letters Patent sealed. 

41. William Parhons, and Jambh Attrbb, both of Brighton, in the County 
of Sussex, Kngineers, for an invention for — " An improvement in the measuring of 
water and other liquids, and an improved ivater and liquid meter." 

Prwiisionol protection only. 

42. JiLBs Alpiion'ab Mathiru Ohaufovb, of Paris, in the Empire of France, 
for an invention for — " Certiun improvements in the coneCruction of axle boxes and 
axle bearings," Letters PateTtt sealed. 

43. William Trrcaskis, 37, St. Andrew's Hill, Thames Street, London, Printer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the printing-press." 

Provisional protection only. 

44. Tho.mah Knowlbk, of HoUingrove, near Bury, in the County of Lancaster, 
Joiner, and William Ooilvib, of U>e City of Manchester, in the said County, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in looms." Letters Patent sealed. 

45. Isaac Tavlob, of Stanford Rivers, in the County of Essex, for an invention 
for — " Improvementa in luanufacturing metallic cylinders used in printing calico and 
Other fabrics, and in imparting eogniviogs to metallic cylinder* used for such jmr- 

:b." Mlers P 



lers Patent settled, ^^^M 



CHRONOLOGICAL LNDEX OF 



Hantreb. 
nth JsDuar; 1 



BSNTALL. 

12th Januu7 1BS8. 



ROBSRT. 

12th January 1858. 



Johnson. 
12th January 1859. 



Grkbnwell. 

13th Januuy 1958. 

Barlow. 
I3th Januaiy 1868. 

Mum. 
13th January 1858. 

BaaoMAN. 
13th JanuaiylSSS. 



BnicHT. 
13th January 1858. 



Parsons. 
13th Januaiy 1858. 



Matson. 
I3th January 1858, 



COUDEB. 

13th January 1858. 



I4th January 1858. 



MAKNtNC, 

14th Januaiy 1858. 



Hth January 1858. 



. \Vn 



ivention for- 



t Hartree, 



ihatn Road, in the County of Kmt, Engineer, 
in furnaces or fireplaces." 

ProFisitmal prolerlion only. 

47. Edward Hammond Bbntall, of Heyhridge, near Maldon, in the County 
of Essex, Af^ricultural Implement Manu&eturer, for an invention for — " An improved 
Brrangement of jiortable ([earing; ujiparatus for the application of horse patver, princi- 
[nUv for driving various kinds of agricultural machinca or implementa." 

Letters Patent staled. 

48. Andb£ Fran^oih Emile Robert, of Paris, in the French Empire. Merchant, 
for an invention for — " Improvementa in the manufacture of curtains and hangings 
for walls and other places." Provisional pTOtectiim only. 

49. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 16(i, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glas^iow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for on invention for — " Improvements in boilers and heating ajiparatus 
generally."^.< cammunkotion from Edmt Augvttin Chamfroy, of Pari*, in the Empire 
of France, Engineer. Provisional protection only. 

60. George C. Ghbenwell, of Rudstock, near Bath, for an invention for— "An 
improved pigment." Provisional protection only. 

61. Charlks Barlow, of 89, Chancery Lane, London, for an invention for — 
" An improved registering water meter." — A communication. Letters Potent sealed. 

62. George Walker Miir, of Manchester, in the County of I^ncaster, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in ivoriiiing and ventilflting." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

68. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of London, 

B.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the preparation of coal 

id other ijlel." — A communication from A, M. M. de Berffevin and E. C. Satea, of 



Pari!. 

64. Edward Brailsf 

Gentleman, for an inventii 
tricity, and in the apparati 

66. Patrick Robert 
Comhill, for an invention 



Letters Patent sealed. 

id Bright, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster. 
for — " Improvements in communicating signals by elec- 
^8 employed therein." Letters Patent sealed. 



of the American Commercial Agency, 1, .'imi Court, 
" Improiementa in inkstands."— jJ communication. 

Provisional protection only. 

66. William Parsons, of Pratt Street, Old Lambeth, Manufacturing Engineer, 

for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for supplying water to and for 

preventing explosions of steam-boilers." Letters Patent sealed. 

57. Charles Edward Matbon, of Church Street, Deplford, in the County of 
Kent, Omnibus Proprietor, for an invention for — "' Imjirovements in roughing 
horses' shoes." Letters Patent sealed and specification fled, by order. 

58. Jban Baptistk AmSd48 Couder, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Artist, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in shawls." Letters Patent sealed. 

69. Nicolas ErofeNB Jeanrov, of 35, Rue de rEchiquier, Paris, in the Empire 
of France, and 4, South Street, Finsbury, London, E.C., for an invention for — 
" Improvements in the manufacture of net lace." Letters Patent sealed. 

eo. William Woodcock, and Thomas Blackburn, of Sough, near Black- 
burn, in the County of Lancaster, and James Shallbv, of Blackburn, aforesaid, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in machineiy or apparatus for heating and 
circulating air, to he apphed to all purposes where heating is required." 

Proeisional protection only. 

61. James Alexander Mannino, of the Inner Temple, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Esquire, for an invention for — " Improvements in the treatment of sewerage 
and other polluted liquids." Provisional protection only. 

63. James Bboadlev, of Salturc, near Bradrurd, in the County of York, Over- 
looker to Messrs. Titus Salt, Sons, & Co., for an invention for—" Improvementa in 
apparatus used in weaving." Letters FalenI staM. 



J 



Stkhrok. 
Utli JanuMy 1858. 



14th Juiuuy 1858. 

Clark. 

l-)tb Juiuu7 1S58. 



ScaiKE. 
16th Juuaiy 1868. 



BOWLAK. 

15lh January 1958. 



16th JaauMT 1B58. 



Badgk. 
16th JanuBiy 1868, 



Austin. 
16th January 1858. 



Archibald. 
leth January 1858. 



Macbbth. 
16tb Jwuaiy \i*5». 



HiLLR. 

16ih Januaiy 1856. 



ROBBRTHOM. 

6th January 18S 



De la Brorsb. 
IGtb January lt^58. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. < 

63. JoHKi>H Stkxsok, of Northampton, in the Connty of Nortbarapton, Civil 
Engineer onJ Iron Manufacturer, fur an invention for — " Improvements in the manu- 
facture of wrought iron." Letters Patent sealfd, 

64. Hekrv Is'OLK. of Shoe Lane, in the City of London, Engineer, for an inven- 
tion for—" Improvements in printing-machines." hetttra Patent tealed. 

65. William Clark, of S3, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Certain improvements ap|>licBble 
to the [laying out of aubmarine or tubniergeil telegraph wires or cables." — A comntu- 
nieatioit. Proviaonal protection onli/. 

66. JuHS' Varley, of the Albion Iron Works, Radcliffe, in the County of Lan- 
caatcr, for an invention for — " Imiirovemcnta in aleun-engines." 

LtttfTt Patent sealed. 

67. Crarler Schimz, of Camden, New Jersey, in the United States of America, 
Chemist, for an invention for — " An apparatus for manufacturing prussiate of 
potaah." hettert Patent sealed ; xpecijicalion filed by order, 

68. JoHK Macintosh, of the City of Aberdeen, North Britain. Engineer, for aa 
invention fur — " Improvements in apparatus for the manufacture of articles of con- 
fectionery." Provisionai protection onlft 

66. David Bowi.ab. of Reddish, in the County of Laacastcr, Cotton .Spinner, 
for an invention foe—" Improvements in machinery or ap|»ratu8 for preparing and 
spinning cotton and other fibrous substances." Proviiionat protection only, 

70. Marc Antoinb Francois Mbnnonb, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue dc I'Echiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, and of 4, South 
Street, Finsbury, London, E.C., for an invention for—" Certain improvements in gaa 
retorts." — A commattieation. Complete upecificalion ; Ltttrrs Patent sealed. 

71. Richard John Bados, of Newton Heath, near Manchester, in the County 
of Lancaster, Storekeeper to the Lancasliirc and Yorkshire Railway Company, for an 
invention for^*" Improvements in machinery or apparatus for drawing or extracting 
spikes or trenails from railway sleepers and chairs, and other similar purposes." 

Lei I era Patent lealid. 

72. Jambs Alstin, of Millisle Mills, Donaghadee, in the County of Down, Ire- 
land, Bookkeeper, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus 
for ploughing or cultivating land." Letter* Patent iealed, 

73. RoDBRT Archibald, of Devon Vale, TiUicoultry, in the County of Clack- 
mannan, North Britain, Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the 
treatment or preparation of wool and other fibrous materials for being spun." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

74. Grorgb Macbetu, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Tailor and 
Woollen Draper, for an invention for — " \ certain improvement applicable to sewing- 
machines." Protitianal protection only, 

75. Frbdbrick Hvdb, of Gloisop, in the County of Derby, Mechanic, for an 
invention for — " Im|)rovements in machinery or apparatus for spinning, doubling, 
twisting, or throwing cotton, silk, wool, dax, and other fibrous substances." 

Provinonal protection only, 

76. Edward Hills, of Waraash, in the Parish of Titchficld, in the County of 
Southampton, Merchant, for an invention for — " An improved process for manufac- 
turing sulphate of ammonia." Letters Patent staled, 

77. Patrick Robbrtbos, of Sun Court, Comhill, in the City of London, for sa 
invention for — " Improvements in lamps." — A communication. 

Proiisional protection only 

78. Charlbn AuEDfeB DB Lairb db la Brosbb, of Paris, in the empirr: of 
France, Gcnttemuii, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus or machinery 
for the manufacture of looped or knitted fabrica." — A eonaaanication. 

Leilert Patent sealed. 

70- Edward Rosa, of Edinhurgh, in the County of Midlothian, North Britun. 

Chiropodist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of dough and 

other plastic or porous substances," Pnviti'mal protection only. 



I 



4 



i 



I 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Hamilton. 

Hamilton. 

19th Jtaaaiy l»5S. 



Walk BR. 
Walk BR. 

l!Hh J&nuaty 1851^. 

Wilson. 

19th Jaimarj 1858. 



Waller. 
19th January 1858. 



19th Januftiy 1858. 

Db TivoLi. 
19th Januftiy 1858. 

19th January 1858. 

TnEMESCHtNI. 

19th Jftuuary 1858. 



19th January 1868. 

JOIINBDN. 

19th January 1858. 



PiRIE. 

19th Jwraary 1858. 



Capon. 
19th January 1858, 



Von Corvi.s, 
19th Januaiy 1853. 



20th Jmxxaij II 



80. Richard ARCHts.M.n Brooman. of 16(i. Fleet Street, b the City of London, 
E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magaxine, and Patent Aftent, for on invention for— 
" Improvements in machinery for the roanufacture of pipes and tnhee."^A rommoni- 
eation. Lellers PaCenl sfaled, 

81. Thomas Hamilton, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
and Jambs Hamilton, of the same place, Bobbin Tumera, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in bolderB or bobbins for holdinf^ or containing yarn or thread, and 
in turning, cutting, sha[iing, and reducing «'ood, and other substances." 

hellers Pa ten I sealed, 

82. Andrew Walker, of Shotts. in the County of Lanark. N. B„ Moulder, 
and Thomas Walker, of the same place, Pattern Maker, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in the treatment or preparation of moulds for casting metala," 

Lellers Patent sealed, 

83. Edward Wilson, of 9, Rainbow Terrace, Worcester, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in jiistona for steam-engines driven Iiy steam or any other clastic 
fluid, which improvements are also applicable to the [liitons or plungers of pumps," 

Letters Patent sealed. 

S4. William Waller, of Uddingston, near Glasgow, Mechanical Engineer, for 

an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for grinding, bruising, breaking, and 

cutting cereals, grasses, and other vegetable substances." Jjellers Patent sealed. 

86. William Waller, of Uddlngston, near Glasgow, Mechanical Engineer, for 
an invention for — " Improi-ements in thrashing -machines oc machinery for thrashing 
and dreaaing grain." Letters Patent sealed. 

88. Vital De Tivoli, of 67, Lower Thames Street, London, for an invention for 
— "An improved omnibus." lAtters Patent sealed. 

87. Pktbr Schuyler Bruff, of Ipswich, in the County of Suffolk, Civil Engi- 
neer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of submerged 
tunnels." Provisional prolectioa only, 

88. GuiSEppE Antonio Trbmbschisi, Mechanician, of Vicenia (Venetian Lom- 
bardy), for an invention for—" Improved methoda and mechanical arrangements for 
applying cardboard to the weaving of figured fabrics, and for arranging the cardboard 
for thia purpose." Letters Patent sealed. 

80. Benjamin Blake Wki.ls, of the Strand, in the City of Westminster, Cutler, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in ordnance." Lttters Patent sealed. 

BO. John Hbnry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentle- 
man, for an invention for — " Improvemenls in the boxes and journals of carriage 
wheels and aslea, and in journals and bearings generally. "^.^ communiet/tion from 
Isaac P. Wendall, and Jacob L. Wendall, both of Philadelphia, in the State of Pmn- 
sjrZranifl, United States of America, Pronisional protection only. 

81. Thomas Pirie, of Nether Kinmundy, Parish of Longsidc by Mintlaw, in the 
County of Aberdeen, North Britain, Agricultural Implement Maker, for an invention 
for—" Improvements in machinery or apparatus for thrashing or separating grain." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

OS. Philip Capon, of Chancery Lone, in the County of Middlese^t, Bookbinder, 

for an invention for—" Improvements in apparatus for binding together pamphlets, 

letters, music, and other loose documents or sheets." Provisional protection o»ly. 

83. Otto Von Cobvin, of Alfred Place, Alexaudcr Square, Broniptan, in the 
County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the mode 
of inlaying or ornamenting in metals and other materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

84. Chbistopheh Nicent Nixon, of Ramsgste, in the County of Kent, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — ■" Improvements in the application of screw power, 
such improvementa being applicable to atcering-apparatus, capstans, windlasses, 
cranes, winches, and other mechanical purposes." Letters Patent sealed, 

86. RonERT Martin, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britun, 
Superintendent of the General Terminus and Glasgow Harbour Railway, for an 
invention for — " Improvemenls in machinery or apparatus for effecting the shipping 
of minerals in tidal situations." Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



Hbpplbston. 



MriB. 
•2()lh Januaiy 185S. 



20ih January 1953. 

Shiht. 

Shiht. 

20Ui JanuMy 1S5?. 



Rixi 



20lh JanuiujlflSa. 



2tJth January 1S58. 

RnURKTSOV. 

20th Jwjuary I808. 

WneATi,BY. 
2lBt Jamtoiy ISot^. 

Wh:te. 

2l3t January IWy. 

Ivgnv. 
2iEt JanHMy 1858. 

Robinson. 
2Ut January 1838. 

MUEIDOGM. 

2lBtJiinuary 1S58. 



North ALL. 
Jakkh. 

2Ut Jantwry 185)*. 



2Irt January 1858. 



8e. THOlr 

Maker, for a 

winding yan 



V llirearts." 



the County (if Lancaster, Maohine 
machinery or ajiparatus for 
Ijelter/ Patent sealed. 



97. William Muir, of Strangewaya, in the City of Manchester. Engineer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in stands for letter-copying presses and other small 
machines." iMters Patent sealed. 

88. Crables Davadb, and Thomas Davagb, Steel Forgemen, of Wadsley 
Bridge, Sheffield, in the County of York, for an invention for—" ImprovementB in 
rwlway crossinga." Prorisirmitl prottetian only. 

99. John Dybon, Edwin Wilkinson Shirt, and Hbnbv Shirt, trading 
under the style or firm of Dyson, Shirt and Company, Steel Rullers, of Tinsley 
Works, near Sheffield, in the County of York, for an invention for — "An improved 
construction of spring for reaisting sudden and continuous pressure." 

ProTtsitmal protecfiiM onli/. 

100. Charles Rishworth, of Sheffield, in the County of York. Railway Spring 
Maker, for an invention for — "An improved construction of spring for sustaining 
loads and moilerating concussion." Jjtlters Patent srahd. 

101. Richard Archibald Broomax, of t6G, Meet Street, in the City of 
London. E.C., Patent Agent, for an invGTition for — "Improvements in the preservation 
of animal and vegetalile substances." — A communication f rota Gabriel Dlondin. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

102. JnuN Jamrb Ri'SsBi.L, of Wcdneshury, in the County of Stafford, Iron 
'IVhe Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus used in the 
manufacture of welded tubes." Letters Patent sealed. 

103. William CoNisogE, of King Street, Queen Street, Southwark Bridge Road, 
for an invention for — '" ImprovementB in printing-machines." Letters Patent sealed. 

104. Patrick Robbhtsok, of the American Commercial Agency, 1, Sua Strcet> 
Comhill, for an invention for — " Improvemenla in the manufacture of paint*."— A 
conmunicntton. Letters Patent sealed. 

105. James Hbnby Whbatlbv, of 15, Jacoh's Well. Barhioin. City, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in printing-machines." Provisional proleetiim onbj, 

100. WtLLiAM Whits, of Adelaide .Street, South Shields, in the County of 
Durham, Iron Founder, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery cft 
apparatus for making moulds or matrices employed in casting metals." 

l^tlert Patent sealed. 

107. T110.MA8 IvoBY, of Edinlmr^h, Advocate, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in steam-boilers." Letter* Patent xealtd, 

108. John Jo?ii[-a RoniNSoK, of Fralton, near Portseo, in the County of Hanta. 
Schoolmaster, for an in>'cntion for — " Improved apparatus for sorting and stamping 
letters, books, ncuspapcrs, and other articles." ProriJionoJ protection only. 

lOB. Jamew Mr»DOCH, of 7. Staple Inn, in the County of Middleawi. Patent 
Agent, fur an invention for — " Improvements in breaks for rulway and other 
carriages," — A eommanicatioa from J. H. Clement, of Paris i France). 

PropitiiMal proleclion ontf. 

110. Peter Wilson, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, I»cksmith, aniJ 
Samuel Nohtuall, of Birmingham, aforcsaiil. Ironmonger, and Thomas Jamss, 
of Birmingham, aforesaid, Retail Brciver, for an invention for — " Im|irovcmeDta in 
locks and latcbei." Ijflteri Patent sealed. 

111, Edward Rawlins, of Birmingham, in the County of Wamick, Manufac- 
turer, and John Bhidbn, of Aston-juita-Birminghsm, in the County of Warwick 
Machinist, for an invention for — "\ new or improved method of working stamps used 
fur slamping or raiainij metals and other such like purpuses." 

Proviiioaal pnlrction imtij. 
lis. Henbv Smith, of Brierley Hill Iron Works. Dudley, in the County of Wor- 
cester, Manufacturer, for an invenfion for — " An improvement or improi 
the manufacture of iron hurdles and fencing." Letters Patent tealtd. 



* 



4 




21rt Januaiy IB&S. 



2bt Januanr IfibS. 

Rainb. ■ 
22nd Januwy IJISS, 



Cmbbtkam. 
S^nd Jaiiuar; It^oS. 

BsowN. 
22nd JanuftTj 18fi8. 

BaowK. 
33nd JiinuU7 185VI. 

BASrORD. 

22nd Juiuary 1868. 



Stehrv. 
22nd January 1858. 

Wbild. 
22nd Januaiy 1858. 



22nd Januaiy I85S. 

Droubt. 

Lb Coa. 

S3rd Janiurjr 1868. 

VAsaiBOT. 
23rd January 1958. 



Samwellm. 
23rd January 1958. 

GOBDON. 

23rd January 185?. 




CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



lis, JoHX Staitb Brown, of Cirencester, in the County of Gloucerter, Miller, 
for an invention for — " ImproveroEnls in mills for grinding com or other snhstanMS." 

Lrtleri Patent sealed. 

114. WiLMAU Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, En- 
gineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " IrapfovementB in lubricating 
apiioratus." — A eommanicalioa. Leileri Patent tealfd. 

IIB. HvACiNTHE Hermagio. of Paris, in the Empire of France, Optician, for an 
invention for—" Improvements in stereoscopes," Prorisional pralrclion only. 

110, William Mattkew Raink, of 31, Bucklcrabury. in the City of London, 
Gas Fitter, for an invention for — " Purifying and incrensing llie illuminating [lOwer 
of gas." Prorisional prottetion only. 

117. William Blackett Haigii, of Oldham, in the County of LnncaslEr, 
Machine Maker, and Joseph Chbbtiiam, of the same place. Cotton Spinner, for 
nn invention for — " Improvements in valves for steam-engines, and in superheating 
the steam." Prorieional proln-lion only. 

118. JAMEfi Brown, of Coventry, in the County of Wanvick, Ribhon Designer, 
for an invention for — " Ccrtwn improvements in looms." Letters Patent sealed. 

119. Jambs Brown, of Coventry, in the County of Warn-ick, Ribbon Designer, 
for sn invention for^ — " Certain improvements in jacquard machines." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

120. William Baspohd, of Longport, in the County of Stafford, Brick and Tile 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in kilns or ovens for burning 

firing bricks, titea, pipes, and pottery or earthenivnre, and in the mode of cbarg- 






ir I'lacing or setting the articles that a: 



121. Alfred Stehbv, of the Gorwydd Colliery, Sni 
" Improvements in safety lamps." 

122. William Wbild, of the City of Manchester, 
Machinist, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
or thread on to bobbins, spools, cards, or other similar surfaces." 



I he fired therein." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

nsea, for an ini'cnlion for — 

Letters Patent sealed. 

n the County of Laneaster, 

achineiy for «-iiiding yam 



123. Thomas Wal' 

caster, Cotton Spinner, 
water and other fluids.' 

124. Nicholas Ai 
Gentleman, both of Paris, France, for 



Lrllrrs Patent sealed. 

LLDB, of Ashton-under-l.yne, in the County of l^an- 

ni'Cntion for — " An improi-ed apparatus for measuring 

Prorisional protection only. 

DnofKT, Chemist, Pierrb Philii-pk Lb Coo, 



136. Charles FKfei 
Patent Agent, for an 
eleclro-magnetic motive- power. 
Crestin, of Lyons, in the Empire qf France. 




for—" Improvements in treating 

Prorisional protection only. 

of 45, Essej. Street, Strand. London, 

lingle and double acting machine «-ith 

(cation from Messrs. Boarery and 

Provisional proleclioa only. 

126. John Samwells, of Dunstable, in the County of Bedford, Hat Manu< 
facturer, Charles Henbv Jokes, of Leeds, in the County of York, Engineer, and 
CiiBisTOPHBB PtcKARD, of Leeds, sforcsaid, Engineer, for an invention for^" Im- 
provements in blocking and shaping hats, bonnets, and other coverings for the head." 

Promsiona I protection only. 

127. John Gordon, of 3, Railway Place, Fenchurch Street, in the City of London. 
Engineer, for an invention for — '* Improvements in machinery or apparatus for 
pulping coffee.'' Ijelters Patent lealed and speci^cation_filed, by order, 

128. James Johsston, of Paisley, in the County of Renfrew, North Britain, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in bonnets, caps, and other 
coverings for the head," Letters Patent seated. 

jRN, of Blomfield Crescent, Westboume Terrace, Paddinglon, for 

Improvements in the manufacture of iron cables and chaini^ 

'bich improvements are applicable to the manufacture of gold and other chains.'* 

Provisional protection m 



129. Charles B 



I protection wi^t,^^ 



S:<ri] JamlBry 1959. 



WALt.. 

35th Jinuwy 1S58. 



Dbrino- 
25th jMiurjr I85S. 



36th JM1UM7 1858. 



Hill. 
26th J*nuBi7 IS5B. 



S6th Jtnuwry 1859. 



S6th Juiuai7 1858. 



S6th Jantiaiy 1858. 



NewTON. 
26th Jnnuuy 1858. 



26th Jhium7 1858. 



Hirst. 
26th jBnuu7 1858. 

Harthan. 

Hahtiia?). 

26:h January 1858. 

Heaton. 

H RATON, 

26th January 1858. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 11 

130. JoNAB Craven, of Brnilrord, in the County of York, Designer, Wignali. 
Hbv, of Msnninghain, near BrodfonI, aforeflsid, Mechanic, and Charlks Wohsnop, 
also of the aforesud ManninKhnm, Oi-erlooker, for an invention for — " lm|)rovement8 
in actuating rotary shuttle hoxfa of looms." Lrllm Patent sealtd. 

131. Elijah Slack, of Gla^ow, in the Cauntj of Lanirk, North Britain, Manu- 
facturing Chemist, for »n invention for — " Improvements in the treatment or preser- 
\'ation of potatoes and other amylaceous vegetable substances." 

ProvisioHal pTotcctha only. 

133. Joseph Jameb Welch, and Jons Stewaht Margktson. of Cheapside, 

in the City of London, for an invention for — " An improved expanding or folding 

travelling bag or wallet." Letters Patent aeiiUd. 

133. Jean Jacqvbs Mubbr, of No. H, Bouie»-art Slontmartre. Paris, Jeweller, 
for an invention for — " Improvementa in the conatruction of brooches, bracelets, pin,*, 
and other articles of jewelry." liettrrs Patent sealrd. 



134. Ab-i 



R Wali 



of the East India Road, Poplar, in the County of Middlesex, 

in for — " An improved lubricator for the moving parts of 

Letter) Patent lealed. 



Chemist, for 
machineiy." 

135. Gbdrge Edward Drrinq, of Lockleys, in the County of Hertford, for an 
invention for — " ImprorcmGnts in the permanent way of railways." 

Letter! Patent ttoM. 

136. Jersuiah Gahnstt, of Otiey, in (he County of York, Paper Manufacturer, 
and Peter GAnNB-rr, Junior, of Cleehheaton. in the same County, Machine Maker, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufaclure of felt." 

I^tlert Patent teakd. 

187. Pearson Hill, of Hampsteoil in the County of Middlesex, for an invention 

for — " Improvements in machinery fur making cams, and for cutting and shaping 

metals and other materials." Provisional pri^tection only. 

189. Sir Hesry Sthackt, of Backheath Hail, in ihe Coun^ of Norfolk, Baronet, 
for an inveution for — " An improved cartridge." Lellen Patent sealtd. 

138. GEOBfiB Phick Simcox, of Hendhsun Vale Works, Hftr}>urhey, near Man- 
chester, in the County of Lancaster, Carpet Manufacturer, for an invention for — 
"The application of certain matsrials in the mannfaeture of carpets." 

Pmrisional protection only. 

140. William Euward Newton, of the Olficc for Patents, 66. Chancery 
Lane, in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for on invention for — " A new or 
improved fabric intended principsUy as a substitute for leather." — A commani- 
cation. littters Patent sealed. 

141. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery 
Lane, in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved 
machiDery for mining coal and other mineral sub.itancea." — A communication, 

Proeiiienal protection m/y. 

142. LviGt Ferrari CoBBEULt.of Florence, in the Grand Duchy of Tuscany, 
Commander of the Order of Malta, for an invention for— " A new or improved 
process for obtaining aluminum." — Partly a eommunicalion from Vincent Uialli, nf 
Modena. Letters Patent sealed. 



143. William Davis Hir 
County of MiddlcseK. for an in 
other Iwttles of a similar form." 



'T, of Mount Street, Grosi'enor Square, in the 

'ention for — " A stand for soda-water Inittles and 

Provisional protection only. 

144. John Harthan and Ezra IIarthax, both of Timbershrook, near 
Congleton, in the County of Chester, Silkmen, for an invention for — " An improved 
engine for obtaining motive-power." Letter* Patent lealed. 

146. Balph Heaton, the younger, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwicki 
Manufacturer, and Gkoror Heaton, of Uirmingham, aforfsoiJ, Manufacturer, for 
an invention for—" An improvement or iraprovementa in anneaUng metals." 

Protitional prolection M^. 



12 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



MOTTRAM. 

Edwards. 

Mitchell. 

27th January 1858. 

Bird. 
27th Januairy 1858. 



Wainwright. 
27th January 1858. 

Midgley. 
27th January 1858. 

Napier. 

TlIORBURN. 

23th January 1858. 

Kottula. 
23th January 1858. 

Bussi. 

28th January 1858. 

Caemmerer. 
28th January 1858. 

Spence. 
28th January 1858. 

Liouvil. 

28th January 1858. 

Johnson. 
28th January 1858. 



Armitage. 
28th January 1858. 

Fox. 
29th January 1858. 



Bethell. 
29ih January 1858. 

Tooth. 
29th January 1858. 

Hammond. 
29th January 1858. 



140. Thomas Mottram, John Edwards, and Joseph Mitchell, in the 
County of York, En^neers, Rollers, and Cutlers, for an invention for — " Rolling 
steel, iron, and other metals, and also for tilting the same, for cutlery and other 
purposes." Provisional protection only, 

147. Arthur Bird, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Upholsterer, for 
an invention for — ** A new or improved spring platform or mattress for bedsteads 
and other articles used for sitting, lying, or reclining upon." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

148. George James Wainwright, of Dukinfield, in the County of Chester, 
Cotton Spinner, for an invention for — " Improven^ents in drawing fibrous ma- 
terials." Provisional protection only. 

149. John Wignall Midgley, of Keighley, in the County of York, Mechanic, 
for an invention for — " An improved construction of covered roller to be used in 
preparing and spinning machinery." Letters Patent sealed, 

150. James Murdoch Napier, of Vine Street, York Road, in the County of 
Surrey, Engineer, and William Thorburn, of 19, Sussex Place, Vine Street, York 
Road, aforesaid, for an invention for — " Improvement-s in machinery for planing, 
shaping, and slotting." Provisional protection only, 

151. CoNSTANTiNE NicoLAUS KoTTULA, of Liverpool, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Soap Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture 
of neutral soap." Letters Patent sealed. 

152. Peter Bussi, of Milan, resident in London, 38, Cannon Street, for an 
invention for — "An improved railway carriage." — A communication from Charles 
Perratone. Letters Patent seated, 

158. Louis Caemmerer, of Ghent, in the Kingdom of Belgium, Mechanician, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the apparatus for cleaning the top rollers 
and fluted rollers of the different spinning-machines." Letters Patent sealed. 



154. William Spence, of 50, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved pot for chimneys and ventila- 
tion." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 



€€ 



155. Edmond Liouvil, Gentleman, of Paris, France, for an invention for — 
Improvements in apparatus for aerated liquids." Provisional protection only. 

156. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the manufacture of metal 
pipes and in the apparatus employed therein." — A communication from Charles Felix 
Sibelle, of Nantes, in the Empire of France, Engineer, Ijetters Patent sealed. 

157. Thomas Armitage, of Hood Street, Coventry, in the County of Warwick, 
Elastic Weh Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in elastic fahrica." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

158. William Tre leaven Fox, of Birkenhead, in the County of Chester, 
Master Mariner, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the bending and reefing 
of ships' and other vessels' sails, together with a new application for the leeches and 
foot." Letters Patent sealed j specification fled by order. 

159. John Bethell, of No. 8, Parliament Street, Westminster, Gentleman, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of coke and fuel." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

160. William Henry Tooth, of 9, Sumner Street, Southwark, in the County 
of Surrey, Engineer and Ironfounder, for an invention for — "Improvements in 
polishing plate glass, sheet glass, and other suhstances." Provisional protection only, 

161. Edward Hammond, of No. 90 and 91, Herbert Street, Hoxton, in the 
Parish of Shoreditch, and County of Middlesex, for an invention for — "The manu- 
facture of cap fronts, and applicable to the manufacture of ruches, ribbon trimmings, 
and other articles of millinery." 

Letters Patent sealed and specification fled, by order. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



Et.ORR> 

29th Jaouwy 1?58. 



23th January 1858. 



WOTHBHHPOON. 

29th Jftnuaiy lttS8. 



GooDWtN. 
29th J»niiarr 1858. 



Haiw. 
aOth January 1868. 



30th Januai; 1858. 



NiCoL, 

30th 3mM»rf 1858. 



Xieutxt"). 
30th JaDiuuy. 18C8. 



30th JanuiU7 19: 



CoLEUAN. 

3Uth JMuaiy 1858. 



Spsncbr. 
30th January 1858. 



30th J»nuu7 1858. 
1st Febniary 1858. 
1*t Februaiy 1856. 



Ids. John Eldkr, of Glasf!o\v, 
for an inventiim fur — " Improi 
engines and boUcra." 



the County of Ijuiorlt, North Britain, Engineer, 

the anangenient or qonstniction uf steun- 

Lellrrs Paleitt seaM, 



IBS. GtioRGE Chapuan, of the Firm of Pegg and Ch&pman, of Leicester, in the 
Couiitj of Leicester, Manufacturers, for an invention for — "Aa unjirovement in 
socks, drawers, and other ganneuta made of knitted fabrics." 

Praeisioixal protection only. 

164. RicaAHU AnctiiDALD Broomak, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 

London, E.C., Patent Agent, for on invention for — "Improvements in apparatus 

for measuring water, ftfis, and other fluids."— J communicalioa from E. A. Chameroy, 

junior. Letters Patent sealed. 

IBS. RoDBRT Wbahg, of Plumsteod, in the County of Kent, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in galvanic liatteries." Lrtlers Patent sealed. 

i, of Gli-ngamock Iron \\'orks, in tlie County of hyt, 
ventioD for — " Improvements in raiKvoy brakes." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

167. Jamkm Goodwin, nf Milton, in the County of Stirling, North Brituin, Dyer, 

for an invention for — " Improvements in the treatment, preparation, and cleonaing 

of textile fabrics and materials." Provmonal proleelion only. 



I 



168. H 

Gas Engineer, 



Wii 



[ IIai 



, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, 

)r — " Improiemcnts in regulating the pressure 

Letters Patent sealed. 

169. William Kavk, and Chahlkb Kave, of I,ockwood. near Huddersfield, 
in the County of York, Wheelwrights and Implement Makers, fur an invention 
for — " Improvements in mattocks, picks, hoes, hanuners, and similar im|>lementa and 
toob." Letters Patent sealed. 

170. Gkohoe G.VIID8N Nioai., of 37, Now BtomI Street, in the City of London, 
Agent, fur an invention for — " Improvements in balls or jirojeetilea." — A eammunica- 
tioafrom A. M. Ailken, of Sinyaport. Proviaianal protretion onh). 

171. Chablkh Ntkllos, of 50. Lime Street, in the City of Liindon, for an in- 
vention for — "Improvements in the manufacture of mannre from scwoge waters." 

Proeiaonal protection only. 

173. John Nbwlino. of Park Street, Grosvenor Square, London, Surgical 
Instrument Maker, for an inventton for — "' An improved truss for hernia." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

175. Richard Culbuan, of Chelnuford, in the County of Essex. Agricultural 
Implement Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in agricultural implements." 

Letters Patent staM. 

174. JoriN ArccBTUS Bouck, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Chemist, fur an invention for—" Imjirovemeuts in the manufacture of sulphate of 
copper, and in obtaining ceKain useful products from sucb manufacture." 

Prorisi'/nal protection only, 

176. Thomah Tavlor, the elder, and I'homas TAVt-oa, the younger, of the 
Patent Saw Mills. Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Henry Nblhon, of the 
suae place. Machinist, and Hk.vry Spexcbr, of Rochdale, in the same County, 
Agent, for an invention foi>~" Improvements in steam-engines and apparatus 



connected therewith." 



Letters Patent sealed. 



176. Pbtek AsMcaoFT, Engineer to the South Eastern Rwlway. for an invention 
for — "An improved mode of supporting the roils of railways in their chairs." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

177. Thomas IIbpplkston, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Machine 
Maker, for an invention for — " Certain improvemBnts in machinery or apparatus for 
doubling, twisting, and reeling yams or threads." Proeisional protection only, 

178. WiLtlAM Kemsi-s Hall, Engineer, of 36. Cannon Street, in the City of 
London, for an inveatioD for — " Improvements in the manufarture of artificial 
](Mll«r." Procisionat pri/lectiuH only. 



H 

Manning. 
lot Februtu? 1858. 

1st Febnuiy 1858. 

Childs. 
lit Fthniarf 1858. 

NawTON. 
lit Febniai7 1858. 

lat Febrauy 1858. 

Brooman. 
lit February 1858. 



Brooman. 
Irt February 1858. 



2nd February 1868. 



Newt OS. 
2nd Pebruwy 1858. 



3nil February 1858. 



2ad Februuy 1858. 



2aA February 1858. 

Mobs. 
Srd February 1868. 

MouBis. 
3rd February 1858. 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



17B. Jamex Alenand 
Middlesex, Esqutre, for ti 
production of manure." 



Mankind, of the Inner Temple, in the County of 

ivention for — " Improvements in the manufacture or 

Lrileri Patent ttaled. 



ISO. George Bartholomew, of the Toim 
Britain, Ed([e Tool Maker, for an invention for — ' 
in attaching the same to the horses' feet." 



md County of Linhthgow, North 

Improvements in horae-shoea and 

Letttra Pat rat sealed. 



[^HiLDS, of Belmont, Vanxhall, in the County of Surrey, fur an 

An improvement in the manufacture of the lioxes or cases used for 

Letters Patent sealed. 



181. Jam 

invention foi 
night li){ht8.' 

182. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the Connty of Middlesex, Civil Enpneer, for an invention for^" An unproved, 
clasp or fastening for joining the ends of belts or bands." — A cominuakatum. 

Leltert Patent tealed. 

163. JoKiAii Haste, of New Dock Works, Leeds, in the County of York. 

Mechanical Engineer, for an ini'ention for — '" Improved apparatus for prevcnlintc thp 

explosion of ateain-boilera," Leltert Patent sealed. 

184. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 1 GC, Fleet Street, in the City of London, 

E.G., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an in\-ention for— 

Improvements in humera for generating and burning gaa from hydrocarbon fluids." 



-A commanicatiott. 



Letteri Potent sealed. 



186. Richard Archibald Bhoomas, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — " Improvementa in sewing machines." — A communictttion. Letter) Patent teated. 

186. William John Hav, of Southsea. in the County of Hants, Ex|terimcntal 
Chemist, for an invention for — " An improved composition suitable for covering the 
caulking of ships and other like purposes, for uniting wood and other substances, 
for fiUiug up seams, and for use as a waterproof composition generally." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



r Hoj 



ind WlL 



a HOLI 



187. William Cai 
dersfield, in ihe County of York, Gas Engineers, for on invention f( 
in the manufacture of gas and in apparatus employed therein." 



HEAD, of Hud- 

" Improvements 
Letters Patent teated, 

188. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 56, Chancery Lan?, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 

□btsining certain compounds of nitrogen, to be npphed in the composition of artificial 
manures and for other useful purposes." — A commumcalion. Letters Patent sealed. 

189. William Edwaru Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, fur an invention for — " An improved 
instrument for sharpening the blades of knives."— J ctnnmunitation. 

Priivisional protection onlj/, 
180. James Sholl, of Victoria Grove West, Stoke Ncwingfon, in the County of 
Middlesex, Ink Manufacturer, for an invention for--" Improvements in the nianuJfao- 
ture or preparation of paper for writing and copying purposes." 

Letters Patent teated. 

161. William W est lsv. Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, of Birmingham, in the 
County of Warwick, for an invention for—" Certain improi'emcnta in the construction 
of heels for hoots and shoes." Provisional protection only, 

162. John Gkav, of Bonally Tower, Colinton, near Edinburgh, Newspaper Pro- 
prietor and Pubhsher of the North British Advertiser, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in printing-machinery." Letters Patent sealed. 



I, of the City of Manchester, Machinist, for ai 



193. Edml'i 

164. John Morris, of Red House, Great Bridge, 
and Shoe Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An i 
boots and shoes." 



nfor- 



Frovisional protection only. 

in the Counly of Stafford, Boot 

□provement or improvementa in 

Promtioaal protKliom anji^ 



™W>^^ 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GILiNTED. 



IS 



Ho I. LIB. 

9rd Februuj \S5S. 
3rd Fcbruwy 1858. 



NBWTOff. 

3nl Februwy 181 



Db la Magdb- 

LSINK. 

%) PebnuTj 1859. 

TOUCHK. 

3rd pEbnuij 1858. 

LoNOLir. 
3rd February 1858. 



^tli Februvy 1858. 
4tb Februarj- 1858. 



Smitkibh. 
4th Februu7 1858. 



4tli Febniu; 1S58. 



4th Febraai7 I 



WlLLtAH«. 

4th FebruH^ 1858. 



M-NlVKN. 

4th Febnury 1858. 




lOB. Alpred Hollis, and Stbpiibn Lke. both of Daitington, in the Cuuntf of 
Durham, Engmeera, for an ioveiition for—" Improvementa in the con«ruction of 
chaldron waggon and other railttny wheeU." Letter* Patent tealed. 

186. Anthony Nicholas Ahmani, of Haventock Hill, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Manufacturer, for an invention fur — " ImprovemenU in rail or tramways for 
streets and ordinary roads." Procmonal prolection cmly, 

187. Ernest Francois Dillacb, of H, BoulevaH Poissonniere, Paris, France, 
Manager of the Continual Motion Hydraulic and Atmospherical Apparatus on 
l.«ssere's System Company, acting on brhalf of the swd Company, for on invention 
for — " Improvementa in machinery or apparatus for raisin^;, forcing, and exhausting 
fluids, air, and gases." — A eomtaanitalion from Ike taid Societi/ or Company, 

Lfllert Patent tealed, 

198. William Edward Newton-, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — "' Improved appa- 
ratus for raising and lowering the skirts of ladies' dresses." — A communicalioa /nm 
Jjouit Amable Franfoh Dyamel, of Paris, in Ike Empire of Fraitee, Manufaclurer. 

Procinonal protection only, 

109. Leok Sallbs de la Magdeleinb, Gentleman, of Paris (France), for an 
inrention for — " An improved moiiture." Provi*ional prolection only, 

aOO. ViLTOR ToucHR, of 100, Great Titchfield Street, in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of paper." 

Prociiional protection soT granted. 

201. William Longley, of Erith, in tho County of Kent, Miller, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in apparatus for grinding and sjilitting grain." 

Proeiiioaai protection only, 

SOa. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improved hydraulic Apparatus for 
obtaining motive-pov - - . . - _. . _ 

Lyons, France, 

903. JoBRpii Ha 
invention fur — " Iinpi 

204. Robert Harland, of Derby, in the County of Derby, Carriage Superin- 
tendent, fur an invention for — " Improvements in the break lever gusrd of railway 
trucks." Letlert Palent sealed, 

a06. David Smithibs, of the City of Manchester, Hcald Knitter, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the manufacture of heolds or harness for weaving." 

Procitioaal protection only, 

206. Benjamin Beale, of Greenwich, in the County of Kent, Engineer, for an 
invrnCion for — "Improvements in aj>paratus for paying out and drawing in electric 
telegraph cables, applicable also to the raising and lowering of weights." 

Prorisional protection only. 

307. John Avbbv, of 32, Essex Street, Strand, in the County of Middlesex. 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improvement in mechanical movements for 
sewing and other machines." — A eommimieation from Jamet Hanlry, qf Nta Vork, 
United Slalei. Provltional protection only, 

208. David Williams, of Tredegar, in the County of Monmouth, in South 
Wales, Miner, for an Invention for—" Improt'ements in the construction of ovens or 
furnaces for the manufacture of coke, and in the means of emptying or discharging 
the same." Letters Patent tealrd : no spec^cationjiled. 

208. GtcoRoe DbbtraIiI, of Edinburgh, In the County of Midlothian, Engineer, 
and William M'Nivsk, Polton Mill, Luswade, in the some County, Manager, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of pn|)er." — Let tert Patent sealed. 

aiO. CHARLBa Knicht, ofSt John's Wood, in the County of Middlesex, for an 
ioveotion for — "An improved railway guide." Protisional prolection only. 

an. Julius Goodman, and Louis Gooohan, both of FInsbury Street, Fmsbur^ 

Square, in the Cily of London, for an invention for — "An improved [wrtablc umbrella." 

Proviiional praitclion only. 



front Client Rotlainff, Mechanician, qf 
Provisional prolection only, 
:, of Broilsford, in the County of Derby, Farmer, for an 
apparatus for making cheese." — LetleriPatent tealed. 



dfii 



IC 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Rhodes. 

Napier. 

4th February 1858. 

Crichton. 
• Whitehill. 
5th February 1858. 

COLLINGWOOD. 
COLLINOWOOD. 

5th February 1858. 

Woodward. 
Percy. 
5th February 1858. 



Welch. 
5th February 1858. 

Shaw. 
5th February 1858. 

Williamson. 
5t}i February 1858. 



Dyer. 

5th February 1858. 

Candelot. 
6th February 1858. 



Waraksine. 
6th February 1858. 



Potts. 
6th February 1858. 

Davies. 
6th February 1858. 



White. 

Parlby. 

6th February 1858. 



Ball. 
6th February 1858. 

Miller. 
6th February 1858. 



212. William Rhodes, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Oil Refiner, and Henry Napier, of the City of Brooklyn, in the State of New York, 
in the United States of America, Manufacturing Chemist, for an invention for — ''Hie 
production of a new paint oil." Letters Patent sealed. 

213. Alexander Crichton, and Matthew Whitehill, both of Paisley, in 
the County of Renfrew, North Britain, Manufacturers, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in the application, adaptation, and use of knitted fabrics." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

214. Edward Collingwood, Watchmaker, and Thomas Collingwood, 
Surgeon, both of Rochdale, in the County of Lancaster, for an invention for — " Cer- 
tain improvements in machinery or apparatus for propelling vessels on water." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

215. Adam Woodward, Engineer, and William Carter Stafford Percy, 
Machinist, both of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements applicable to hoists and other apparatus or machinery for 
raising and lowering weights, designed as a provision against accidents to which such 
apparatus or machinery is liable." Provisional protection only. 

216. James Welch, of Southall, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in railway and other carriage breaks." Letters Patent sealed, 

217. Sir Charles Shaw, of Chapel Place, Cavendish Square, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in constructing moveable or field 
batteries." Letters Patent sealed, 

218. Samuel Williamson, of Hanover Street, Cork, in the County of the Town 
of Cork, Tin Plate Worker and Japanner, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
the construction and mode of affixing street and other gas lamps or lanterns." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

219. Samuel Dyer, of the City of Bristol, late Ship Owner, at present Master 
Mariner, for an invention for — " Improvements in the method of reefing, furling, and 
securing all the sails of ships or vessels." Letters Patent sealed. 

220. Louis Fulgence Candelot, Builder, of 16, Rue St. Quentin, Paris, and 
of St. Just-en-Chauss^e, Department of the Oise, both in the Empire of France, for 
an invention for — " Divers anti-nitrous cements, also . apphcable to rendering damp 
surfaces impernous, and to flagging and similar purposes." Letters Patent sealed* 

221. Theodore Waraksine, of Russia, now residing at 135, Piccadilly, in 
the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Sorting com by its weight by 
means of a special machine called specific corn-sorting machine." 

Provisional protection only. 

222. William Potts, of Handsworth, in the County of StafiPord, Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — " Improvements in painting upon glass and in protecting 
paintings upon glass." Letters Patent sealed. 

223. George Davies, of No. 1, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the County of 
Middlesex, and No. 28, St. Enoch Square, in the City of Glasgow, Civil Engineer 
and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the preservation of meat 
and other animal and also vegetable substances." — A communication from C, M. G. 
Magneval, Chemist, of Lyons, France. Letters Patent sealed. 

224. William White, and Josiah Parlby, of Great Maiylebone Street, in the 
County of Middlesex, Architectural Decorators, for an invention for—" Improve^ 
ments in the preparation or treatment of carton-pierre, papier-m&ch^, and such like 
plastic substuices, and in the application of such matters to walls, ceilings, and other 
internal parts of buildings, berths, and other parts of ships and other vessels, car- 
riages, and other structures." Letters Patent sealed. 

225. William Ball, of Rothwell, near Kettering, in the County of Northampton, 
Iron and Brass Founder, for an invention for — '' Improvements in the construction of 
ploughs." Letters PatetU seakd, 

226. John Miller, of Upper George Street, Edgware Road, in the County of 
Middlesex, Confectioner and Baker, for an invention for — " Improvements in machi- 
nery for the manufacture of bread." — A communication. Letters Patent seaieiL 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



17 



8th Febniary 1S59. 

Matbirit. 
Sth Februtr; 18&B. 

Tbipk. 

Sth February l^iS^. 



8th Ftbruarj- 1H58. 

ClTXMKGHAM. 

«tb Februuy 185B. 

Dench. 
h February IR5S. 

8th February 1858. 
Sth February 1P58. 



eth Pebruwy 1858. 

Ahkbw. 
9th Febru«7 1858. 



9th FcbruMj 1859. 



Sth Fthruiiry l8i>8. 

Mlt-LAKD. 

flth Fcbniarj- 1858. 



Lbiob. 
Sth February 1858. 



337. Robert Wilson, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Ship Owner, 
for an invention for — " ImprovcmentB in propelling nangable veasels," 

Provinonal protection only. 

2S8. FBAN90ia Matiiikc. of lAwrence Lane, in the City of Lonrlon, for an 
invention for — "Improvements in rtereoscopes." Letters Palent ttraled. 

S29. Julius DECtuus Tbipe. of the Commercial Road Eaat, in the County of 
Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — "Improvements in apparatua for se- 
ctiring window sashes or casements." — Partly a commaitication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

230. PiBRHR Simon Mbroux, of St. Dcnia (France), Nfcchanic, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in fire-bars and grates for (umacea or other fire-places." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

231. Robert Cunmnqham, of Paisley, tn the County of Renfrew, North Britain, 
Card Perforator, for an invention fur — " Improvements in or connected with the pro- 
duction of letter-press printing surfaces, and surfaces used in reproducing ornamental 
patterns or devices by printing or otherwise." Provisional proleetion Dnlg. 

282. Edward Dench, of Chelsea, in the County of Middlesc-x, Hot-houae 
Builder, for an invention for—" An improved boiler for heoting water for heating and 
warming." Letters Patent seated. 

233. Richard William Johxsok, of Oldbury, in the County of Worcester, 
Railway Carriage Builder, and William Stablefobd, of the same place, Enginewf, 
for an invention for — " Improvements connected with the break levers of railway 
wagons." Letters Patent sealed. 

SS4. William Edwabd Nbwtos, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middleaei, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved ma- 
chinery or apparatus for breaking stones, minerals, and other analogous substances." 
— A comiaunication from Jmh Busqtiel, of Paris, Civil Eagiaetr. 

Letters Patent seated. 

235. Hksrv Ball, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Gun Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — " Improvements in repeating and other fire-arms, 8 por- 
tion of which improvements may be applied to ordnance." Letters Patent seated. 

23fl. Edward Reader, and John Dewick, bothof Finkhill Street, in the Town 
and County of the Town of Nottingham, Machinists, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in lace machinery for the manufacture of velvet, lace, and looped fWbtics, 
and in the fabrici manufactured by such machinery." Iielters Patent sealed. 

237. Chablks Abksw, 27^, Charles Street, Hampstead Road, in the County of 
Middlesex, Coppersmith, and David Ritchie, of 42, William Street, Regent's Park, 
in the County of Middlesex. Engineer, for an invention foi^-" Improvements in 
roastinjt machine for meat, poultry, or game of any kind, to be worked by spring 
jack movements or by the ordinary imoke jack," Letters Patent senled, 

23B. John Wells, of PerHi-al Street, Clerkenwell. in the County of Middlesex, 
Watch Case Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in wat^h cases." 

Leiltrs Patent sealed. 

9SB. William Browk, Mid Charles Nealk May, both of Devixes, in the 

County of Wilts, Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvements in sluice valves," 

Jailers Patent sealeil, 

240. Richard Millabd, of Duncannnn Street.Trafalgar Square, in the C-ounty 
of Middlesex, Military Outfitter, for an invention for—" A portable chair." 

IMters Palent sealed. 

241. Geobge Pkisolb, of Preston Pans, in the County of Haddington, North 
Britain, Blacksmith, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus 
for propelling ships or vessels." Provisional protection ontg. 



242. Evan Leigh, of Manchester, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Certain i 
cotton and other fibrous materials." 



1 the County of Lancsstcr. 
iprovement* in carding-engincs for 
Leileri Patent 



echanical ^^^H 

T canting ^^^H 



16 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Taylor. 

9ih February 1858. 

Wklls. 
9th February 1858. 



Carte. 
9ih February 1858. 

Stevens. 
9th February 1868. 

Richardson* 

Richardson. 

10th February 1858. 



Clark. 
10th Februaiy 1858. 



Ping. 
10th February 1858. 

Aytoun. 
10th Felnruary 1858. 

Palmer. 
10th February 1858. 

Chatterton. 
10th February 1858. 

« 

Nasmtth. 

. 10th February 1858. 

Chambers. 
Champion. 
nth February 1858. 

Cass. 
nth February 1858. 

Bell. 
nth Februaiy 1858. 

Barrett. 
Exall. 
Andrewes. 
nth February 1858. 

Looker. 
nth February 1858. 

Johnson. 

Johnson. 

nth February 1858. 



248. John Taylor, of Swanton Novers, Thetford, in the County of Norfolk, 
Farm BailifP, for an invention for — ^* An improvement in the construction of hone 
hoes, applicable also to drills." Provisional protection only, 

244. Benjamin Blake Wells, of 431, Strand, in the City of Westminster, and 
143, Leadenhall Street, in the City of London, Cutler and Dressing Case Manufiv^ 
tiuer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in apparatus for counting and indicating 
numbers." Letters Patent sealed, 

246. Richard Carte, of No. 20, Charing Cross, in the City of Westminster, 
Military Musical Instrument Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
clarionets." Letters Patent sealed, 

246. Ebenezer Stevens, of Cambridge Road, in the County of Middlesex, tSor 
an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for preparing dough, paste, and like 
articles." Letters Patent sealed. 

247. George Richardson, of No. 2, Copenhagen Street, Islington, and Wil- 
liam Richardson, of No. 5, Ranelagh Grove, Fimlico, both in the County of 
Middlesex, for 9Si invention for — " The construction of three-t^eeled carriages and 
omnibuses so constructed, to be called ' First Class Omnibuses.' " 

Letters Patent sealed, 

248. William Stbttinius Clark, of the Atlas Works, Dorset Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in copying-presses."— 
A communication from William M, Smith, and Peter Hannay, of Waskingtom City, 
United States of America, Complete specification ; Letters Patent sealed, 

249. George John Ping, of Chard, in the County of Somerset, Mechanic, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for the manufacture of bobbin net 
and netted fabrics." Provisional protection only, 

250. Robert Aytoun, of Edinburgh, in the County of Midlothian, North Britain, 
Writer to the Signet, for an invention for — *' Improvements in safety cages or appa- 
ratus for mines." Letters Patent sealed, 

251. William Palmer, of Sutton Street, Clerkenwell, in the County of Middle- 
sex, for an invention for — *' Improvements in lamps." Provisional protection only. 

262. John Chatterton, of Devonshire Street, Islington, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, for an invention for — '* An improvement in electric telegraph wires, and in 
insulating telegraphic wires." Letters Patent sealed. 

258. James Nasmyth, of Lille, in the Empire of France, Civil Engineer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the mode of obtaining motive-power and of apply- 
ing it." Provisional protection only. 

254. Austin Chambers, of Canterbury, in the County of Kent, William 
Harrison Champion, of Lynsted, in the County of Kent, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in railway breaks." Letters Patent sealed, 

255. Louis Cass, of Bury, in the County of Lancaster, Engineer, for an invention 
for — '* Improvements in steam-engines and steam-engine boilers, and in apparatus 
connected therewith." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 



266. Richard Bell, of Gracechurch Street, in the City of London, Architect, for 
an invention for — *' An improvements in stable pans, sinks, and urinals." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

257. George Allam Barrett, William Exall, and Charles James 
Andrewes, all of Reading, in the County of Berks, Engineers and Machinists, for 
an invention for — ^' An improvement in the manufacture of perforated beaters for 
thrashing-machines." Letters Patent sealed. 

258. Benjamin Looker, junior, of Kingston-on-Thames, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in sockets for receiving telegraphic and other posts or uprights." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

259. Charles Johnson, of Dickleborough, in the County of Norfolk, and 
George Johnson, of Wandsworth, in the County of Surrey, for an invention for — 
" Improved machinery or apparatus for performing difPerent operations required in 
agriculture." Letters Patent sealed. 



BcRTON, 

nth Febniwy 1858. 

Atkinsok. 
12th Februvj 1868. 

Kbatinge. 
iltb Febrntu? ISuH, 

Tmorhinoton. 
lltfa Febrasi7 1858. 

WlLBOK. 

I2th Febniuy lS5tl. 

Wilson. 
iath FebniM7 1868. 

FiSHBB. 

Booth. 
pth February 1868. 

HOBIBY. 

fjhb Februuy 1858. 

n Ct-irroN. 
i^th F«bniuy 1858. 

Nbvillk. 

DoRSKTr. 

12tb Februuy 1^68. 



Nkvillk. 

DonsKTT. 

12th Februaij 185S. 

Nkwton. 
IStti FebruMj 1858. 

Nkwton. 
12tb Febnnrr 1858, 



Macintorr. 
12th FebniMy 1858. 



DcHc.w. 
13tb Febniary 1858. 



Rtfi'Ki.. 

ISth Fcbrunrj ll 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 

E W. DvRTON, of Dubrique, in the State of Iowa, United States of 

invention for — " An improved method of raanufactorinK white lead." 

Lelteri Palenl lealed. 

281. JoHEPH RontRT \Vii,Kis Atkinson, of Leeds, in the County of York, 
Flai Spinner, for an invention for — " An improved mode of tightening up and un- 
screwing binding nuts an<l Bcrews." Primsinnat proleclion onig, 

S62. William Kbatinge. of Merrion Square, Dublin, Gentleman, for an in- 
vention for — " Improveiuents in correcting i-ahationa in the marinera' compass from 
local attraction." Promsional prolrclion only. 

S6S. Obokge Tmorrington, of Old Windsor, in the Comity of Berks. Lighter- 
luan, for an invention for — " A novel method of propulsion applicable to agricultural 
purpoaes." Protntional protecliem only. 

264. William Newton Wilson, of H4, High Holbom, in the County of 
Middlesex, for wi invention for — " Improvements in machines for cleaning and 
polishing kniv-es." — A communication. Provisional prolertion only. 

9SS. William Nbwton Wilson, of No. 1«. High Holbom. in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in washing and wringing ma- 
chines."^J eomnaaication, Prociiional prolKtioa only. 

386. Jamem Charlbr Fishbr, and James Booth, of Blackburn, in the County 
of Lancaster, for an invention for — " An improved mode or method of driving mufe 
Bpindlea." Prorisional protection only. 

267. James Hobsbv, of Greek Street, in the County of Middlesex, India-rubber 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An improvement in India-rubber and other 
elastic band or ring fastenings." Proviiional protection only. 

268. James Clifton, of New Oxford Street, in the County of Middlesex, Manu- 
bcturer of Perambulators, for an invention for — " A new article of nursery furniture 
or gymnastic enercising chair and support for childiea." — A comnmnieation. . 

Letters Patent sealed, 
see. Thomas Nbvillk, of the City and County of the City of I.iohfiehl, Sur- 
i-eyor and Civil Engineer, and William Smith Dobsbtt, of Aldridge, near 
Waliall, in the County of Stafford, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in steam-boilers or steam generators and in steam-engines." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

270. Thomas Nevillr, of the City and Ckjunty of the City of Lichfield, Surveyor 
and Civil Engineer, and William Smith Dobbett, of Aldridge, near Walsall, in 
the County of Stafford, Gentleman, for an invention for — " A new or iniprm-ed method 
of constructing and actuating horizontal water-wheels." Provisional prolrclion only. 

271. Alfbeo Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, G6, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — "An im- 
proved construction of sewing-machine,"— ,< coninjiiiiico/toa. Letters Patent seated. 

372. ALrBED ViNCE.vT Nbwton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Im- 
proved machinery for stitching or working button holes." — A conanutiication. 

Leitm Patent sealed. 

278. William Cuableb Thbodobb ScHAErrRR, of SUnningley. near Leeds, 
for an invention for—" Improvements in obtaining fatty and oily matters from wash- 
iratera or watos containing aoap." Vrxmtioaal protection only. 

374, John Macintosh, of North Bank. Regent's Park, for an invention for — 
"An improvement in treating articles of gutta-percha made or formed in dies or 
moulds, also certain articles of gutta-7>ctcha made by expressing through dies, and 
also articles of gutta-percha made by pressing- rollers." Letters Patent sealed. 

276. John Di'ncan, of Greenock, in the County of Renfrew, North Britain, 
Manager, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of ornamental 
chenille fabrics." Provisional protection only. 

379. John Emil Rvffbl, of Wimbledon, in the County of Surrey, for an in- 
vention fur — " 'llie improvement of Stoves for the purpose of n 



baking bread, called the Hygeian store." 



Ltttwrs Patent staled. 



20 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



SlEVIER. 

13th February 1858. 

Johnson. 
13th Februaiy 1858. 

Spence. 
15th February 1858. 



M^Dermid. 
M'Dermid. 

15th February 1858. 



BENOtT. 

15thlFebruary 1858, 



Hunt. 

15th Februaiy 1858: 

BOUSFIBLD. 

I5th Februaiy 1858. 



MoLINARI. 

15th Februaiy 1858. 

Tall. 
15ih Februaiy 1858. 

Crawford. 
15th February 1858. 

Blyth. 
15th February 1858. 



Cope. 
15th February 1858. 

Sanders. 

Thacker. 

15th February 1858. 

Newton. 
16th February 1858. 



Garnett. 
15th February 1858. 

Anderson. 

Prescott. 

16th February 1858. 

Wilde. 
IGth Februaiy 1858. 



277. John Cornish Harcourt Sibvier, of Upper Holloway, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in submarine conductors of 
electric telegraphs." Letters Patent sealed. 

278. Edward Daniel Johnson, of Wilmington Square, in the County of 
Middlesex, Watch and Chronometer Maker, for an invention for — "An improved 
construction of chronometer case." Letters Patent sealed, 

279. William Spence, of 50, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in telegraphic apparatus." — A 
communication from Messrs, Digney, Brothers, of 8, Rue des Poitevins, Paris, ManU' 
facturers of telegraphic apparatus. Letters Patent sealed. 

280. John M'^Dermid, and Joseph M'Dermid, both of Oak Tree, Middleton- 
one-Row, near Darlington, in the County of Durham, for an invention for — " An 
improved apparatus or contrivance for supplying water to buildings and dwelling- 
houses for sanitary purposes and for the extinction of fire." 

Provisional protection onhf, 

281. Philippe Martin Narcisse BenoIt, of Paris, in the Empire of France, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " An improvement in counterbalancing the pressure 
exerted by the steam against the shde valves of steam-engines of all kinds." 

Provisional protection only, 

282. Edmund Hunt, of 31, Walnut Tree Walk, Lambeth, in the County of 
Surrey, Chemist, for an invention for — "Improvements in voltaic batteries and in 
means for producing the electric light." Provisional protection onhf, 

288. George ToMLiNSON Bousfield, of Loughborough Park, Brixton, in the 
County of Surrey, for an invention for — '^ Improvements in the preparation of dough 
for bread, pastry, cake, and other farinaceous articles of food." — A communication from 
James Perry and Elisha Fitzgerald, of New York, Provisional protection only, 

284. Pierre Molinari, of Marseilles, in the Empire of France, for an invention 
for — " An improved composition to be used externally for preventing sea sickness and 
illness arising from similar causes." Letters Patent sealed, 

285. Joseph Tall, of 150, Blackfriars' Road, in the county of Surrey, for an 
invention for — ** Improvements in that description of carriages called perambulators." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

286. Matthew Crawford, of Elswick Iron Works, Newcastle-ou-Tyne, for an 
invention for — " An improvement in the manufacture of furnace bars." 

Provisional protection only. 

287. George Lindsey Blyth, of Derby Street, ParUament Street, in the (Sty 
of Westminster, 'Analytical Consulting Chemist, for an invention for — ** An im- 
provement in the manufacture of manure from sewage waters and other fluids 
containing ammonia or nitrogenous matters." Letters Patent sealed. 

288. William Cope, of Nottingham, Manufacturer, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in the manufacture of fabrics by bobbin net or twist lace machinery." 

Letters Patent seeded, 

289. Henry John Sanders, and Samuel Thacker, both of the Town and 
County ot the Town of Nottingham, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
machinery for the manufacture of textile and looped fabrics." Letters Patent sealed. 

290. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, ^, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
treating certain oils and fats so as to effect the separation of constituent parts of such 
oils and fats." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

291. Jeremiah Garnett, of Otley, in the County of York, Paper Manufacturer, 
for an invention for — " An improved manufacturer of paper." Letters Patent sealed, 

292. Robert Anderson, and John James Prescott, of Duke Street, 
Liverpool, Brass Founders, &c., for an invention for — " Improvements in lubricators." 

[Provisional protection only, 

293. Henry Wilde, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in connecting the ends of lightning 
conductors, and also the ends of submarine electric telegraph cables." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



16th Februwy 1868. 



Daft. 
.16th February ltJ58. 



|£th Fcbrwuy 185(1. 



17thFebru»r)lSii8. 



Boyd. 
17th February 1858. 

Baksr. 

Baxkb. 

l7thFebnuuyl85S. 

Hbyn*. 
I7th Februoiy 1838. 



RiODLB. 

7th FcbruKy 1858. 

|l7thFehro«ylS58. 

PiDDl.NOTOX. 

IStb Febnui7 1858. 

CUVBUBB. 

i8thFebni»i7l8J8. 

^^ CftlBPIN. 

i8thFebnwfyl85H. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATBNTS GR.4NTED7 

294. William. \bmitage, uf the City of Mancheater, in the County of Lanctister, 
Msnufafturer, for »n in^-ention for — " ImpruvemenlB in looms." 

Lettrra Patent seaUd. 

296. Thomas Baunabas Daft, of Liverpool, Civil Engineer, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in inBtrumeiits for rubbing out pencil macka and for ahorpeuing 
pencils." Letters Patent sealed, 

see. Marc Antoi;<k I'BAKvoia Mkkxoss, of the British and Foreiffn Patent 
Offiees, 39, Rue de I'Eohiquier. Paris, in the Empire of Fmncc, and 4, South Street, 
Finaburjr, London, E.C., for an invention for — " Certain improi'eraents in voltoic 
batteries," — A communication. Provinional prolectiott tmli/. 

297. Alfbkd Vincsnt Nkwtos, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the Giunty of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — 
" Improved apparatus for laying submarine telegraph cables."^.! commanication. 

Protritioiml protection an/j. 
fidB. John Covtts, of WilUngton Lodge, Willington, Newcastle-on-Tyne, in the 
County of Northumberland, Nai'al Architect, for an invention for — "An improved 
[mint, pigment, or composition, more particularly adapted for coating the hulla of 
ships, either iron or wooden, so as to prevent damp, corrnaion, or fouling, and appa- 
ratus for diyjng and warming surfaces and prc|)sring and applying to the same 
such paint, pigment, or composition." Provitional protection only. 

298. CiiARLKS MoNsos. of the State of Connecticut, of the United States of 
America, for an invention for — "Anew and useful raechaniim or apparatus to be 
used for supporting one or more gaa-Immers and conducting gas to such, or for 
mrious other useful purposes." Compltif specification: Lettm Patent sealed. 

300. James Edward Boyd, of Hither Green, Lcu-isham, in the County- of Kent, 
Gentleman, for an invention for^" Improvemcnis in lawn and grass mowing-ma- 
chines." Letter! Patent eealeJ. 

301. Gmaiioe Bakkr, of Bimiinghain, in the County of Waruick, Manufacturer, 
and JuQN Edward Bakkk. of Birmingbam, aforesaid, Manufacturer, for an inven- 
tion for — " New or imjiroved machinery fur compressing and moulding powders and 
putei." JjttteTS Patent sealed. 

SOS. Patbicx HKV.VS, of 2, Wade's PUce, Poplar, in the County of Middlesex. 
Cooper, for an invention for — '■ Improvements in wheels and axle boxes." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

903. RoDEHT \'akvii.i.. of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Ironmonger. 
for an invention ttir—" A certain improved apparatus rc)r washing clothes or articles 
of n-earing-apparel." Prouitional proleclim only. 

804. William Riddle, of 4, Stonefield Tcmiec, Uverpool Road, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — "Improvements in apparatus for binding and 
fastening bales and other articles." Letters Patent sealed. 

305. The Honourable William IUsrv Yelvertox, of WTiilland Abbey. 
Cacrnan-onshire, and Owbn Howen, of Gtcat Queen Street, Westminster, Gentle- 
man, for an invention for — ■' An improved manufacture of coke." 

Prowional proteetiim wi/y. 

30e, John- Piddinoton, Patent Agent, of No. "7, Montagne de la Conr, 
Brussels, in the Kingdom of Belgium, for an invention for—" Improvements in the 
manufacture of fuel commonly called artificial or patent fuel." Letters Pntent sealed. 

807. EuckNE CuvELiER, of .\rras, in thcEuipireof France, for an invention for — 
'■ Improvements in eleam-enginea." Letttrn Paten/ sealed. 

S08. William Hbkbv Cribfiv, of Manb Gate Lane, Stratford, in the County 
of Essex, t'opjier Smelter, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction 
of bearings, buds, and sockets for axles, shafts, pivots, and other rotating parts of 
machinery." Provisional protection onlj/. 

309. William Euwabd Newto.v, of the Office for Patents, 6ti, Chancery Lone, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for—" An improved 
optical instrument which the inventor denominates a tropeacope."— 
. ration from Oiuranni Caselti, of Florence. 



Utters PnlenI sealed. 



22 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Claridgb. 
Roper. 
.18th February 1858. 

Johnson. 
18th February 1858. 



Chadwick. 
18th February 1858. 

Blair. 

18th February 1858. 



Jones. 
18th February 1858. 



Bbattir. 

19th February 1858. 



Riley. 
19th February 1858. 



Sybrs 
19th February 1858. 

Champion. 
19th February 1858. 

Griffiths. 
19th February 1858. 



Maw. 

19th February 1858.f 

Brazenor. 

Brazenor. 

] 9th February 1858. 

Brown. 
Brown. 
19th February 1858. 

Cook. 
19th February 1858. 

Skallitzky. 
19th February 1858. 



810. George Claridgb^ of Pontypool Iron Works, in the County of Moninouth, 
Furnace Manager, and Richard S. Roper, F.G.S., F.C.S., of Ebbw Vale Iron 
Works, in the same County, Agent, for an invention for — " An improved mode of 
manufacturing coke." Letters Patent sealed. 

811. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britam, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — "Improvements in machinery or apparatus for 
making bolts and rivets." — A communication from Jean Baptiste Fondu, and EmUe 
Boin. Provisional protection only. 

812. John Chadwick, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Engraver, for an invention for — "Improvements in machinery or apparatus for 
engraving or producing printing surfaces." Provisional protection ORl|r. 

818. Harrison Blair, of Kearsley, in the County of Lancaster, Manufactunng 
Chemist, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in the method of recovering 
sulphur which has been used in the manu^cture of soda ash, and in the apparatus 
connected therewith." Letters Patent sealed, 

814. Frederick Jones, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Brush Maker, 
for an invention for — " Certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for cutting 
'Piassava' or other fibrous substances employed in the manufacture of brushes, 
which said improvements are also applicable to other purposes of cutting." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

815. Joseph Beattie, of Lawn Place, South Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, 
Engineer, for an invention for — "Improvements in locomotive and other steam- 
engines, parts of which improvements are respectively applicable to other purposes." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

816. William Riley, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Engineer, for 
an invention for— "An improved method of raising and lifting water from the bilge 
or holds of ships and other vessels, and in a peculiar construction and arrangement 
for e£Pecting the same." Letters Patent sealed. 

817. John Milne Syers, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Manufac- 
turing Chemist, for an invention for—" Improvements in the decomposition of salt, 
and in tbe abstracting of metals from their ores." Provisional proteetion only. 

818. Jambs Champion, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Machine Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in spinning cotton, silk, flax, 
wool, and other fibrous materials." Provisional protection only. 

819. Robert Griffiths, of 69, Momington Road, Regent's Park, in the County 
of Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — "Improvements in screw propelkn 
and apparatus for governing engines used to give motion to screw propellers." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

820. Edwin Maw, of the Doncaster Iron Works, Yorkshire, for an inventiiig 
for — " Improvements in the manufactures of iron wheels." 

Provisional protection only. 

821. Thomas Brazenor, the elder, and George Brazenor, the younger. 
Saddlers and Harness Makers, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, tor 
an invention for — " Certain improvements in mill bands." 

Provisional protection only. 

822. Isaac Brown, of the City of Carlisle, Merchant, and John Brown, 
of Nottinghill, in the county of Middlesex, Merchant, for an invention for — ** Im- 
provements in machinery or apparatus for reducing bones." 

Provisional protection only, 

828. James Edgar Cook, of Greenock, in the County of Renfrew, North 
Britain, Booking Clerk, for an invention for — " Improvements in binnacles or appi^ 
ratus for holding marine compasses." Letters Patent sealed. 



824. William Skallitzky, Manufacturer, of Vienna, in Austria^ for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in the manufacture of socks and stockings." 

Letters Patent sealed; specification filed by order. 



19th February 1858. 



Nktubbsolk. 
SOtb February 1868. 



I.ITTLE. 

30th FebruaiT 1858. 

Mktcalf. 
20th February 1838. 



Thombos. 
20th February 1858. 



BoWAJtDS. 

20th Febniai; 1868. 

Gkntilb. 
20th February 1858. 

20th February 1858. 

Bapdois. 

20th Februaty 1868. 

Orbene, 

GttBBxe. 

20th February 1958. 

RBV-RlHBl.fl. 

20th Februaty 1858. 

20th Februuy 185S. 

Clark. 
20th Febniaiy 1858. 

Westos. 
SOtb February 1858. 

20th FebruaiT 1858, 

Bbtt«. 
20lh Febnuiy 1868. 

SCHAVB. 

22Dd Februuy iefi8. 



i. WiLLAM Clark, of 5.'.l, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, Eo* 
giiieer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in filtering water 
Bini in apparatus for tho same." — A rommunicalion, Lelters Patent sealed. 

326. William RnwARnNeTHERsnLR, of Swansea, in the County of GlamorgBn, 
South Wales, Carha)^ Superintendent. South Wales Railway, for an inventiim fbr 
— " Improvements in the construction of parts of railway carriages." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

3S7. Robert Little, of Glasgow, in the Courity of I^nark, North Britain, 

Ironmonger, for an inventioD for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for 

washing ajid mangling-" Provisional protection only. 

838. Thomab Metcalp, of Newton Heath, Manchester, in the County of 

Lancaster, Manufacturing Chemist, for on invention for — " Improvements in the 

purification of crude tar oil, rendering the same suitable for lubricating machinery 

and other similar purposes." Provisional protection only. 

330. William Tuomxon-, Doctor of Laws, Professor of Natural Philosophy 

in the University and College of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, for an invention 

for — " Improvements in testing and working electric telegraphs." 

Letters Patent seated. 
SSO. Henrv Edwards, of Bishopsgate Street, in the City of London, for an 
invention for — " Imjirovements in stoppers for feeding bottles and other vessels." 

Letters Patent sealed. 
S81. GiAccoMO Gentile, of 41a, Queen Street, Cheapside, for an invention for 
— " IrajirovciaentB in ornamenting lace, netted, knitted, and woven fabrics." 

Provisiotutl protection only. 

933. Thomah Green, of Leeds, Mowing-machine Maker, for an invention fop— 

" Improvements in mowing machinery." Prouisional protretion only. 

933. FsLix Marie Baudoin, of Paris, in the Empire of France. Manufacturer, 

-" ImprovementB in electric telegraph cables." 

Ijetters Patent sealed. 



s Place, Clerkenwell, 



334. William Gbebnk. of 21. Merlii 
Middlesex, House Decorator, and Math 
Garden, in the same County, Wholesale C 

ments in joining soft metal pipes." 

336. IIrnrv Rev-Rimels, of Brussels, in the Kingdoc 
invention for — " .\ new process for manufacturing^ potato meal 



the County of 
Uheeke, of 19, Hatton 
invention for — " Improve 
Provisional protection only. 



of Belgium, for an 
r fecula." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

ase. Abraham Mykhs, of No. 12, Hutchiaon Street, Gravel Iauc, Uoundsditch, 

in the City of London. Cap Manufacturer, fur on invention for — " Improvements in 

the monufactiire of caps or coverings for the head." Proeisional proteclion only. 

337. William Clark, of 5^, Chanceiy Lane, in the County of Middleaez, En- 
^neer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved rotary engine." — A 
commuriiration. Provisional proletfion only. 

338. J08BPII Sworn, of 2!), Churton Street, Pimlico, Builder, and Tiiomab 
Wr8TON, of 40, Churton Street, Pimlico, Jeweller, both in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — "An improved adhesive composition for whitening and clearing 
the surface of atones." Provisional protection only. 

339. George Catlim, of Brussels, in the Kingdom of Belgium. Artist, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the construction and propelling of steamers," 

Provinonal protection only. 

840. William Bettb, of Wharf Road, City Road, in the County of MiddleMi, 

Capsule Manufacturer, for an invention for — " A new manufacture of glazed or 

enamelled paper." Letters Patent 

the County of W 

iroved manufacture of certain 

l,tttera Patent 



341. Georce Scuaud, of Birmingham, i 
Metallurgist, for an invention tbr — "A new or i 
of printing type and other printing stufaoea." 



t sealed. ^^d 

GtecIrO' ^^H 

kinds ^^^H 

tttakd. ^^^1 



24 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Davis. 

52nd February 1858. 

Cory. 

^2nd February ie58. 

Hall. 

22nd February 1858. 

Brooman. 
22nd February 1858. 



Brooman. 
22nd February 1858. 



Potts. 
22nd February 1858. 

PULS. 

.23rd February 1858. 

Telford. 
Hope. 
'SSrd February 1858. 

Johnston. 
'23rd February 1858. 

M'Lennan. 
23rd February 1858. 

Brooman. 
23rd February 1858. 



Shepard. 
23rd February 1858. 



TOYNBEB. 

23rd February 1858. 

White. 
23rd February 1858. 

Boydell. 
23rd February 1858. 

Newton. 
£3rd February 1858. 



HOBBS. 

24th February 1838. 



842. John Davis, of No. 11, Burlington Cottages, Queen's Road, Dalston, in 
the County of Middlesex, Professor of Music, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in comets and other wind musical instruments." Letters Patent sealed. 

343. William Cory, Junior, of Gordon Place, Gordon Square, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improvement in the manufacture of artificial 
fuel." Provisional protection only, 

344. Walter Hall, of Erith, in the County of Kent, Manufacturer, for an 
invention for — *' Improved apparatus for working railway breaks." 

Letters Patent sealecL 

845. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, B.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — *• An improvement in treating ores of precious metals." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only, 

846. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in machinery for effecting the amalgamation of precious metals." 
—-4 communication. Provisional protection only. 

347. John Potts, of 24, Park Street, Southwark, in the County of Surrey, 
Pattern Maker, for an invention for^-" Improvements in machinery for cutting and 
shaping toothed gearing." Letters Patent sealed, 

348. Francis Puls, of Haverstock Hill, in the County of Middlesex, Chemist, 
for an invention for—" The manufacture of certain hydro-carbons." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

349. Richard Telford, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Merchant, 
and Michael Hope, of the same place. Mechanic, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in castors for fUmiture." Provisional protection only. 

860. William Johnston, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Merchant, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for regidating or 
controlling the flow or passage of fluids." Letters Patent sealed, 

861. William M'Lennan, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Brass Founder, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture or pro- 
duction of bootS;, shoes, and other coverings for the feet." Letters Patent sealed, 

862. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — ''Improvements in apparatus for separating substances of different spedflc 
gravities." — A communication from P, Imbert. Provisional protection only. 

868. Edward Clarence Shepard, of Jermyn Street, St. James's, in the 
County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — "An improvement or im- 
provements in depositing metals and metallic alloys by electricity." 

Provisional protection only, 

864. Edward Toynbee, of London, Engineer, now at present residing in the 
City of Antwerp, in the Kingdom of Belgium, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in the manufacture of manure." Letters Patent sealed. 

• 

866. George Frederick White, of Mark Lane, in the City of London, 
Merchant, for an invention for — " Improvements in door and other locks." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

866. James Boydell, of 65, Gloucester Crescent, Camden Town, for an in- 
vention for — "Improvements in locomotive carriages." Provisional protection only» 



367. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, &6, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Ci\Tl Engineer, for an invention for — "An improved 
process for producing photographic pictures or designs on the surface of stone or 
metals, so that impressions may be taken therefrom by the process of lithographic 
printing."— i4 communication from A, Cutting and Lodowick H. Bradford, of Boston, 
Massachusetts, in the United States of America. Letters Patent sealed. 

368. Alfred Charles Hobbs, of No. 76, Cheapside, London, for an invention 
for—" A domestic bell telegraph." Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPl.HCD FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



SuiTH. 3S9. SvDNEif Smith, of Ufson Grwn Works, near Nottingiirmi, for an ini-ention 

'J4lh February 1S5B, for—" Improvemeats in apjiaratus for insuring the correct action of the safety valves 

nf stewn-boilera." Letters Patml seated, 

BoRLASB. SeO. Edward Boklabe, of St. Just, near Penzance, in the County of Cornwall, 

2-Uli FebniBTj- \S56. Mining Engineer, for an invention for—" Improved apparatus for separating metals 

and metallic ores frnm other mineml substances." Lettat Patent MaUd, 

Hbctoh. Sai. Alexaxder Hector, of St. Cyrus, in the County of Kincardine, North 

L'lth Febninry 1S5S. Britain, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvemcnta in apparatus for taking or 

catching fish." Proritional proleetion only, 

Hkndkbsok. 862. James Hexdbbson, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 

24th February 1(*J3. Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in shelb or explosive projectiles," 

Letters Patent tealed. 

GiRABDBT. 368. Charles Gihardst, Manufacturer, of Vienna, in Austria, momentarily in 

S4th February 1853- Pane (France), for on invention for—" A new moveable shaft bearer or supporter of 

coaches," Prociaonal protection onli/, 

Kayk. 364. Chahles Kavb, of the firm of W. & C, Kaye, of Lookwood, in the County 

I'Jth February li-^JS, of York, Waggon Builders, for an invention for—" Improvements in couplings for 

I connecting aud disconnecting waggons and other carriages on railn-ayi." 

I Protrisional protection only. 

Pbtrie. S66. Jambs Petr:r, of Rochdale, in the County of Lancaster, Engineer, for an 

'2Aih Fehniai; l?5S. ' invention for — " Iroprovementa in apparatus for regnbting the tluw of steam." 

Lrller* Patent Sealed. 



24th February IHo^t. 



Newton. 
ZlthFebniaiy \85S. 



24th February liJ:^. 



24tli February 1HJ». 



24th February IBbS. 



24th February l^Stl, 

Applegath. 
-£4lh February IM58. 

Tatiiaji. 
'25th Ftbiuarj- IS3y, 



Arnold. 
■2Stb February I85B. 



866. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Offire for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention foi^— " Certain 
improved means of relieving the slide valves of steam-engines of unnecessary friction." 
— A eominunicalion. Provisional protection only. 

S67. WiLLiAU Edward Newton, of the OfBce for Patents, 6(i, Chancery Lane, 
in the Cotinty of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " The application 
to carts or other vehicles of apparatus for weighing the load contained in auch 
vehicles," — A comaamicatian. Letters Patent sealed. 

868. Alfrbd ViNCBNT Newton, of the Office for Patente, 66, Chancery lane. 

in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — "A 
mode of varying tlie length and reversing the direction of the throw of an eccentric, 
apjilicable to the rot'ersing gear of locomotives, and expansion gear of other steam- 
engines, and to other purposes." — A commanication. Provisional protection only. 



see. Hbnrv 

for — " An irapr* 
surfaces." 



Browning, of Avon Cottage, Clifton Road, Bristol, for an invention 

ved composition for covering iron and other ships' bottoms and other 

Prvvisional protection only. 

370. Walter Kittrbdge Foster, of the State of Maine, of the United Statei 
of America, for an invention for — " An improvement in the manufacture of blades for 
pencil sharpeners or other articles of like nature." 

Complete specification , Letters Patent sealed, 
871. RoBKRT Frrdsrick Miller, of Hammeramitb, near London, Coach 
Builder, for an invention fur — " Improvements in omnibuaea," 

Letters Patent sealed. 

373. AiciBTDB Appleoath, of Dartford, in the County of Kent, for an inven 

tiou for — " Improvements in printing-machinery." Letters Patent sealed. 

873. William Tatham, of Rochdale, in the Connly of Lancaster, Machine 
Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for lubri- 
cating the pistons, piston rods, cylinders, and other psrti of steam or other cnginea, 
and whtch is appUcable to other purposes where lubricating matter is required." 

Proeisional protection on/y. 

874. John Arnold, of Newtou Moor, near Hyde, in the County of Chester, 
Engineer, foi an inveutiun for — " Improvements in metallic pistons." 

ijtiten Pattnt teaie^. 




26 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Barnes. 
Loach. 
25ih February 1858. 



Tbmpleman. 
25th February 1858. 

Slater. 
Smith. 
25th February 1858. 

MiDDLETON. 

25th February 1858. 



Pitman. 

25th February 1858. 



Newton. 
25th February 1858. 



Lambert- 
Alexandre. 
25th February 1858. 

MORISON. 
MORISON. 

26th February 1858. 

Smith. 
26th February 1858. 

Chadwick. 
26ih February 1858. 

Mackworth. 
26th February 1858. 



Dbssales. 
27th February 1858. 



HOGA. 

27ih February 1858. 



Knott. 
27th Februaiy 1858. 

Raymond. 

Lambert. 

27ih Febrony 1858. 



876. John Bowen Barnes, of Summer Lane, Birmingham, in the County of 
Warwick, Cruet Frame Manufacturer, and John Loach, Japanner, of Caroline 
Street, Birmuigham, as aforesaid, for an invention for — *' Certain improvements in 
apparatus for descending and ascending the shafts of mines or other deep pits, the 
descent and ascent of which imperils the lives of the miners or others employed 
therein." Letters Patent sealed. 

876. Jambs Templeman, of Dunfermline, in the County of Fife, North Britain, 
Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture or production of 
artificial fuel.'* Letters Patent sealed, 

877. William Slater, of Bolton-le-Moors, in the County of Lancaster, Manap^er, 
and Samuel Smith, of the same place. Foreman, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in machinery to be used in turning and cutting metals." 

Promsional protection only, 

878. Samuel Middleton, of No. 5, Little New Street, Fetter Lane, in the Cily 
of London, Cordwainer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the uniting or seam- 
ing articles of leather, and in the apparatus connected therewith." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

879. JoHif Talbot Pitman, of the American and European Patent Office, 
67, Graoechurch Street, in the City of London, for an invention for — ** Improvements 
in hand lever self-inking printing-presses for printing cards, envelopes, bill heads, and 
other articles." — A communication from Samuel i. Smith, of New York, United States, 

Provisional protection only, 

880. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — *' Im- 
proved macbdneiy for grinding and pohshing glass, stone, metal, and other sub- 
stances." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

881. Lazare Prosper Lambert-Alexandre, of Paris, in the French Empire, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus and signals for preventing acci- 
dents on railways." Provisional protection only, 

882. James Morison, Senior, and James Morison, Junior, both of Paisley, in 
the County of Renfrew, North Britun, Machine Makers, for an invention for — " Im* 
provements in jacquard apparatus used in weaving." Letters Patent sealed, 

888. William Compton Smith, of No. 31, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County 
of Middlesex, Solicitor, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the manufacture of 
envelopes for letters and other purposes." Letters Patent sealed, 

884. William Chadwick, of Bury, in the County of Lancaster, Tm Plate 
Worker, for an invention for — " Improvements in ventilators." — Letters Patent sealed. 



886. Herbert Mackworth, of Clifton, in the County of Gloucester, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in the separation, raising, and lowering of coal and other 
minerals, and in coking, and in apparatus connected therewith." 

Provisional protection only, 

888. Alexis Jean Dessales, of 13, Rue des Enfants Rouges, Paris, in the 
Empire of France, for an invention for — " Improvements in oil lamps for railway 
carriages, ships' cabins, and other purposes." 

Complete specification ; Letters Patent sealed, 

887. Stanislas Hog a, of Nassau Street, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, 
for an invention for — '' Improvements in applying power in locomotion by which a 
given force may, in its effect of overcoming resistance, be increased and multiplied." 

Provisional protection only, 

888. James Knott, of 63, Oakley Street, Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, 
Glass Manu£ftcturer, for an invention for — *^ An improved feeding-bottle." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

889. Joseph Theodore Raymond, and Alphonse Lambert, both of Cale- 
donian Road, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — '* Ornamenting 
textile fiabrics." Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



27 



27th Fi-bniwy 1988. 

G*i.i,i. 
■J7Hi FebniMy I85K. 

Cavb. 
27lh February 1868. 



27th February 1858. 



GlUDBE. 

27tb February 1858. 



■JJih February law. 



CL.ABK. 

27th Februsry 1858. 



N«WBY. 

Nawev. 
1st Much 1858. 



Irt March 1858. 

Da?t. 

Ut Morcb 1858. 



Nkwtok. 
1st March 1858. 



800. David Nurse, Robbrt Nurse, and George Nubae, of Macban, in tbe 
County of Monmouth, South Wales, Tin Plate Manufacturers, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in coating metals." Letters Patent tealed. 

381. LuiQi Galli, of Milan, in It&ly, now iCBiding In Pvia, France, for an inven- 
tion for — " A process of superseding wood engraving whiab he calla gallitypy." 

Letters Patent teeUiL 

802. W11.LIAM Cave, of Ratbbone Place, in the County of Middlesex, for an 
invention foi^— " Improvemcnta in appiuntuH for propelling vessels, carnages, and 
machinery." Prrwiiional protection only, 

SB3. MicuAEL Hbnuv, of 77. Fleet Street, in the City of London. Patent Agent, 
for an invention for—" Improvements in electro-magnetic motors." — A communiealioii 
from Meiur). Grmel anil Vavin. Letters Patau seated, 

884. William Ahmakd Gilbee, of No. 4, South Street, FinahHry. I^ndon, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved union joint for gas, water, and 
steam pipes, also applicable to the branch pipes of fire-engines." — A communication. 

Letter:! Patent sealed. 

886. WiLUAM Ar.masd Gilbre, of No. 4, South Street, Finsbury, London, 
Pat«nt Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the branch pipea of fire- 
engines or pumps." — A comnmaieation. Provisional Protection oaly, 

896. William Clahk, of 5:J. Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in preparing paper 
for and in obtaining photographic proofs or impressions." — A communication from 
M. Niepce de St. ncfor, ofPnrit, France. Provisional protection only. 

897. James Gbohoe Newev, and William Mii.lar§ Nkwey, both of Birming- 
ham, in the County of Warwick, Manufacturers, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in fastenings especially for or applicable to wearing-apjiarel and purjioses where 
a spring connection or adjustment is desirable, in arranging for sale and packing 
fastenings and ornaments, and in ornaments for personal wear." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

398. Thomar Mills, of Partiok, in the County of Lanark, North Britun, Engi- 
neer and Miller, for an invention tar — " Improvements in treating and dressing flour 
or reduced grain." Prodsionol protection only. 

899. Anton vox Schuttenbach, of St. Petersburgh. for an invention for — " An 
improvement in treating fatty and oily matter*." Lrllers Patent sealed, 

400. John Hadpield, of Chelmsford, in the County of Essex, Manufacturing 
Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of manure and 
other products when treating sewage matters, and in the manufocture of colours." 

Provisionul protection only. 

401. John Kinosford Firld, of Upper Marsh, Lambeth, in the County of 
Surrey, for an invention for—" Improvements in lamps." — A commanicalion from 
Anton eon Sckattmbaek, qf St. Petersbargh. Letters Patent sealed. 

40S. David Ghsenlbv, of Upper Cununing Street, PentonviUe, Artesian Well 
Borer, and TtfOMAS Barnabas Daft, of Bedford Street North, liverpoot. Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for boring for ivater or for other 
purposes." Provitional protection only. 

408. Hbvrv Mortimer Platt, of tbe City of New York. United States of 
America, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Im|)rovement9 In |)lnughing and tiUing 
land." Lttters Patent staltd. 

404. William Edward Nrvtton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex. Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved 
machinery for removing burrs and other extraneous substances ftma wool or skins." 
• — .i cojnmunicalion. Letters Patent sealed. 

40B. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patente, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements ' 
the treatment or preparation of maize or Indian com previous to grinding the sai 
into Hour," — A communication. . Letters Patent staled. 



4 
4 
n 



i 



28 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Billing. 
1st March 1858. 

Skelly. 
2nd March 1858. 

BiBCUMSHAW. 

2nd March 1858. 

Brooman. 

2nd March 1858. 



Ripley. 

2nd March 1858. 

Johnson. 
2nd March 1858. 



Hooper. 

2nd March 1858. 

Newton. 
2nd March 1858. 



Dbiggs. 

2nd March 1858. 



MONCKTON. 

ard March 1858. 

Sleeboom. 
Srd March 1858. 

Gautrot. 
Srd March 1858. 



KiRKLET. 
KiRKLEY. 

drd March 1858. 

Parker. 
Srd March 1858. 



GOWING. 

Bull. 
drd March 1858. 



406. John Billing, of Abingdon Street, Westminster, in the County of Middle- 
sex, Architect, for an invention for — ** An improved throat and door for chimn^s and 
flues." Letters patent sealed. 

407. John Shelly, of Killcurry, Ireland, Coach Builder, for an invention for — 
'* Improvements in carriage springs." Letters patent sealed. 

408. Jonathan Bircumshaw, of Lenton, in the County of Nottingham, Lace 
Dresser, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for dressing lace made 
of silk, cotton, or other material." Letters Patent sealed. 

409. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An apparatus for separating 
substances of different specific gravities, and for washing sands and earths." — A 
communication from Alphonse Prestel. Provisional protection onl^. 

410. Abraham Ripley, of 10, Alfred Place, Newington Causeway, Southwark, 
County of Surrey, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for 
rolling and poUishing leather and tanned or untanned hides." Letters Patent sealed. 

411. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — "Improvements in surcharging or regenerating 
steam, and in the application of the same to steam-engines." — A communication from 
John J. G. Collins, William A. Rhodes, and Thomas Drake, all of the City of PkU- 
adelphia, in the United States of America. Provisional protection only, 

412. William Hooper, of Mitcham, in the County of Surrey, for an invention 
for — '' Improvements in the manufacture of buffer and other springs when \nilcanized 
India-rubber is used." Letters Patent sealed. 

418. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " An 
improvement in the process of manufacturing soda and potash." — A communication 
from M. Le Chatelier, Mining Engineer , of Paris, in the Empire of France. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

414. William Spencer Driggs, of New York, but now residing at Bemer's 
Street, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — *' Improvements 
in pianofortes." — A communication from Spencer Bartholomew Driggs, of New York, in 
the United States of America. Provisional protection only. 

415. Edward Henry Cradock Monckton, of the Parthenon Club, Regent 
Street, in the Coimty of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in diwtilliTig 
and rectifying, and in the apparatus to be employed therein." Letters Patent sealed, 

416. WiLLEM Henoerk's Sleeboom, of Hamburgh, Surveyor to the French 
" Lloyd's," for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of the ked of 
ships or other vessels." Letters Patent sealed. 

417. Paul Joseph Gautrot, Civil Engineer, of Paris, residing No. 206, Regent 
Street, London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — *' Instantaneous 
tents invented purposely for the use of public vehicles called omnibuses, but which 
can be also applied to any other open vehicles, carts, or waggons, and travelling 
hawkers, at a very low cost : new system of shelter against the inclemency of the 
weather." Provisional protection only. 

418. George Kirkley, and John Kirkley, of Salford, near Manchester, in 
the County of Lancaster, Slaters and Slate Dealers, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in perforating slates or similar materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

419. Benjamin Parker, of Hammersmith, in the County of Middlesex, Sur- 
veyor, for an invention for — " The manufacture of materials for coating, cementing, 
bedding, and otherwise protecting bodies, and which are also applicable to the con- 
struction or formation of various articles." Provisional protection only. 



420. James Gowing, of Poplar, in the County of Middlesex, • Engineer, and 
Henry Bull, of Greenwich, in the County of Kent, Engineer, for an invention for 
'* Improvements in apparatus for preventing smoke^ applicable to tubular boilers." 

Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



3rd MaKb 1858. 



Parson. 

PlLOBIM. 

3k1 March I85P. 



3td Much 1858. 



4th Murch 1858. 



4th March 1858. 

UOPB. 

4tb MrkK 1856. 



•1th March I8S8. 



421. William Scoblb, Foreman of Gas Works. Bow Common l.anc. Mile Knd, 

for an invention for — "Arranging tlie retorts, furnaces, flues, communications, and 
connections, for the more economical manufacture of gas, and by which arrangament 
the KPnerative heat may be obtained from either coal, coke, tar, or other similar 
corobustiUle substances." Promsional protection only. 

4SS. George John Parson, of Adelphi Terrace. Strand, Gentleman, and 
Thomas Pilgrim. Enn:ineer. of Bow, both in the County of Middlesex, for an 
inrcnlion for — " Improvements in the mode of raising the temperature of steam 
generated in steam-boilers, and using the same for working steam-engines," 

Compute sprcification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

423. William Henhv Gbavrlky, of Upper East Sniithaeld. in the County of 
Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — " An apparatus for purifying sea and other 
mineral waters, and rendering them fit to drink." Lettent Patent sealed. 

434. Jolts FowLKR, Junior, of Combill, in the City of London, for an invention 

for — " Imjirovcments in apjiaratus employed in laying down electric telegraph cables." 

ProvisioHtil protection only. 

4S5. George Artkl'r BiDnsLL, of Ipswich, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in machines for cutting vegetable and other subslancea." — Letters Patent sealed. 

4ae. Charles Hart, Fiiillii> Gibbdn.s, and Henky Gibuoxp, of Wantage, 
in the County of Berkshire, Agricultural Engineers and Copartners, for an invention 
for — " Improi-ements in the construction and arrangement of corobiaed thrashing 
and trinnon-ing machines, and in the application of animal power thereto." 

Provitimial protect ion only. 

427. Jambs Millar Uhb, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved apparatus for lifting the driving wheels 



1 used when the locomotive is either 
Provitional protection only. 



locomotive off the rails, and which c 
running or stationary." 

4S8. GsoHGE Frrderick Hipkinb, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, 

Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in constructing and attaching 

knobs and spindles, and in connecting knobs to doors, drawers, and other articles." 

Provisional proteclioik only, 

429. John Knowelden, of Southw&rk, in the County of Surrey, Engineer, 

for an invention for — " Improvements in obtaining motire-po wet." 

Proeitional protection only. 
480. William Wilkinhok, of Bayawater, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, 
fur an invention for — " Improvements in machinery and apparatuses for spinning 
threads, for preparing threads for wearing and knitting, for covering cores with 
fibrous and other materiub, and for making ropes, parts of which are ajiplicable as 
pulleys, reels, and bobbins," Prodaianal protection only, 

431. John Dswar, of Edinburgh, in the County of Midlothian, North Britain, 
Boot Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in the munufactuie of boots and 
other coverings for the feet." Procisional protection only. 

432. Charles Patrick Stewart, of the firm of Sharp. Stewart, and Comiiany, 
of the City of Manchester, Engineers, and David Graham Hope, of the same 
place. Civil Engineer, for on invention for — " Improvements in locomotive and other 
engines." Proeisional protection only. 

. Bolton, of No. U, Luther Street, Everton, near Liveri>ou), in the 
County of Lancaster, Agent, for an invention for — " Obtaining by an improved 
method certain products irom materials used in the mattufactun: or (lurification of 
gas." Provisional protection only. 

434. Paul Moore, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufacturer. , 
Tor on invention for — " An improvement or improvements in the manufacture of 
hinges." Letters Patent sealed. 

435. Thomas Cowper, of Douglas, Isle of Man, for an invention foi^" Improve- 
ments in the construction of ships or vesKls, and the method of discharging bilge 
water theieCiom." Proeifimal protectio» imlg. 




30 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Eyland. 

4th March 1858. 

Thomson. 
4th March 1858. 



BOYCE. 

5th March 1858. 

Collins. 
5th March 1858. 



Barham. 
6th March 1858. 

Vasserot. 
5th March 1858. 



Common. 
5th March 1858. 

Cole. 
5th March 1858. 



Hearder. 
5th March 1858. 

Parsons. 
5th March 1858. 

Johnson. 
5th March 1858. 



MOATE. 

6th March 1858. 

Davies. 
6th March 1858. 



Wheatcroft. 
6th March 1858. 



Bartleet. 
6th March 1858. 

NiBBS. 
HiNKS. 

6th March 1858. 



486. Charles Eyland, of Walsall, in the County of Sta£Pord, Manufietcturer, for 
an invention for — ''An improvement or improvements in certain descriptions of 
huckles." Complete ^^ecification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

437. William Thomson, Doctor of Laws, Professor of Natural Philosophy in 
the University and College of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in apparatus for applying and measuring resistance to the 
motion of rotating wheels, shafts, or other rowing bodies." Letters Patemt sealed, 

438. Charles Boycb, of Tipton, in the County of Stafford, Anchor Smith, for 
an invention for — " A new or improved anchor." Letters Patent sealed. 

439. Henry George Collins, of Paternoster Row, in the City of London, for 
an invention for — '* An improved method of obtaining impressions on an enlarged 
or diminislted scale from engraved plates or other printing surfaces." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

440. Alfred Garratt Barham, of Bridgewater, in the County of Somerset, 
Merchant, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the manufacture of gypsum." 

Provisional protection only. 

441. Charles FRioBRic Vasserot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of wrought* 
iron wheels for locomotives, tenders, waggons, &c." — A conununication from Messrs. 
Francois Dory and Joseph Badin, of Lyons, in the Empire of France. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

442. Nicholas Common, of Rose Hill, Brighton, in the County of Sussex, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved arrangement of water supply valve.*' 

Provisional protection only. 

443. James Ferguson Cole, of Devonshire Street, in the County of Middlesex, 
Watch and Chronometer Maker, for an invention for — " An improvement in watches 
and other time-keepers, and an improved escapement wheel or pallet to be employed 
therein." Provisional protection only. 

444. Jonathan Nash Hearder. of Plymouth, in the County of Devon, Philo- 
sophical Apparatus Maker, for an invention for — *' Improvements in submarine 
telegraph cables." Letters Patent sealed. 

446. Charles Frederick Parsons, of Duke Street, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Imp^^^^^^^^B ^^ machinery for producing and 
revivifying animal charcoal." Letters Patent sealed. 

446. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in railway signals." — A communica- 
tion from Jean Joseph Etienne Lenoir, of Paris, in the Empire of France, 

Letters Patent sealed. 

447. Charles Robert Moate, of No. 65, Old -Broad Street, in the City of 
London, Broker, for an invention for — "Improvements in the. permanent way of 
railways." Letters Patent sealed. 

448. George Davies, of No. 1, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the County of 
Middlesex, and No. 28, St. Enoch Square, in the City of Glasgow, Ci^dl Engineer 
and Patent Agent, for an invention for — "A substitute for red lead, either as a 
cement for joints or a coating for preser^ang metals." — A communication from Messrs. 
Bouchard and Clavel, of Paris, Bankers. Letters Patent sealed. 

449. Samuel Wheatcroft, of No. 14, Brudenell Place, Hoxton, Parish of 
Shoreditch, and County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " The manufacture of cap 
fronts and applicable to the manu^Eicture of ruches and ribbon trimmings." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

460. Robert Smith Bartleet, of Redditch, in the County of Worcester^ 
Needle Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in 
papers, envelopes, or cases for holding needles.'*' Letters Patent sealed. 

461. James Syson Nidbs, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, ManuAus 
turer, and Jambs Hinks, of Birmingham, aforesaid. Manufacturer, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in oil and spirit lamps.? Letters Patent sealed. 



6th Much 1868. 



Cth March 1858. 



Gth March 18£t}. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GR.\NTED. 31 

462. CoMTB Cauillb Cavalli de St. Germain, of PiednHmt. Ex Offider 
d'ArtiUerie Sarde, nnd of 33, Esaex Street, Strand, London, for nn invention tor — 
" Improvementa in the manulkcture of stwch." Leitm Patent staled. 

468. Willi AH Wilbinson, of Bh;b water, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, 
for»n invention for — " Improvements in ll.e meana of facilitating oonununication 
acroas aeas or other waters, parts of which ari: applicable to teleKraphing on land." 

ProviMonal protection only. 

464. Richard Archibald Brooman, ofiee. Fleet Street, in (he City of Lon- 
don, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for on invention 
for—" An improvement in the construction of skirts and petticoats." — A conununi' 
palitmfrom Aaifuttr Dtfroire. Protrisional protection only. 

456. Edmlno Bvrkk, of 69, Upper Thames Street, in the City of London, Iron 
Tube Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An improveineDt in applying iron tubes 

to locomotive and other tubular steam-boilers." — A cotnmunieation. 

Letters Patent sealed. 
466. Andrew Wh^-tock, of 12, Little St. Andrew Street, Upper St, Martin's 
Lane, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — ■' Improvementa in appa- 
ratus to be applied to wheels to focilitate them in travellinK on common roads and 
other surfaces." Provisional protection only. 



4 



I, of 58, Westgstc Street, Newcastle-on-Tjne, for an invention 
n the permanent waj- of railways." — Provisional protection only. 



467. WiL 
for^" Improvements ii 

468. John William Clarb, of Surrey Square, in the County of Surrey. Civil 
Engineer, for an invention for — "IroprovementBinapparatuB for stopping or retarding 
railway engines, carriageB, and trains, and communicating signals between parts of a 
trun." Letters Patent seated. 

469. Antoinb Saintk-Marik Dbrodbn, of Paris (Empire of France), and of 
45, Essex Street. Strand, London, for an invention for — " Imprurements in machinery 
for combing fibrous substances." Provitional protection only. 

480. Paul Antoine Cap, Knight of the Legion of Honour, of Paris (Empire of 
France), and of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, for an invention for — '' .An im- 
[iroved construction of billiard-tables for drawing rooms." Letters Patent scaled. 

461. John IIb.vry Johnson, of -17, Lincoln's Inn Fidds, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentle- 
man, for an invention for — " Improvements in the production of aluminum and its 
alleys, and in the production of other metals the oxides of which ore not reducible by 
charcoal." — A comnitinirationfrain Louts Philippe Bernard Edouard Cument/e. of Paris, 
in tile Empire i^ France, Mininij Engineer. Letters Patent sealed. 

482. Charles Sanderson, of Sheffield, in the County of York, Merchant, for 
an invention for — " Improve tnents in the manufacture of malleable iron and steel." 

ProicisioHal protection only. 

48S. EuckNE MoHEL, of the City of Ghent, in Belgium. Administrator Director 
oftheSodet^ de la Lys Flax Spinning Company, in Ghent, for an invention for — 
" Improved mochinery for drawing fibrous substances." — A commtaacalion. 

Letters Patent sealed. 



I Maris Maisbiat, of Paris, in the Empire of Prance, Che- 
er — " Improvements in dibbling machinery for depositing 
Letters Patent sealed. 



464. Jacol-i 

mist, for a. 

gnjn and manure." 

466. Georgb RsDFoiti 
County of Lancaster, for d 
tinuous piece of metal." 

468. BiNDON Blood Stosky, of the City of Dublin, Ireland, Civil Engineer, for 
an invention fur — " Improvements in buoys, floating beacons, and other similar 

Letters Patent seeled. 



, of No. C, Ilulton Street, Moss-side, Manchester, in the 

n invention for—" Making bullet cartridges of one con- 

Provisional protectimt only. 



floating bodies." 

467. TiioMAB Lynk, of Malmsbury, i 
tiou for — " An improved harrow." 



atent lealed, I 



32 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Johnson. 
8th March 1858. 



Young. 

8th March 1858. 

DOULTON. 

8th March 1858. 

BUDD. 

8th March 1858. 

Clark. 

8th March 1858. 

Caskntini. 
9th March 1858. 



POYNTER. 

9th March 1858. 

Skbnb. 
9th March 1858. 

Deacon. 

9th March 1858. 

Harrington. 
9th March 1858. 

Warlich. 
9th March 1858. 

Johnson. 
9th March 1858. 



Pepp^. 
Goodman. 
9th March 1858. 



Da VIES. 
10th March 1858. 



Dauphin. 
10th March 1858. 

Beale. 
10th March 1858. 



468. John Henry Johnson, of 47, lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentle- 
man, for an invention for — " Improvements in the decoration or ornamentation of 
leather cloth and similar fabrics, and the application of the same to various useful 
purposes." — A communication from Auguste Pellet, of Paris, in the Empire of France, 
Merchant. Letters Patent sealed, 

469. John Young, of Wolverhampton, in the County of Stafford, Manufacturer, 
for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in the manufacture of 
hinges." Provisional pre tectum oulf. 

470. Henry Doulton, of Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the manufacture of smoke and air flues." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

471. James Palmer Budd, of Ystalyfera Iron Works, Swansea, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the smelting or refining of tin, tin ores, and tin scruff." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

472. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in gas meters." — 
A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

478. Mariano Casentini, of Westminster Road, Lambeth, in the County of 
Surrey, Modeller, for an invention for — " Improvements in preparing and indurating 
plaster, in preparing surfaces to receive plaster, and in preparing or perfecting plaster 
surfaces." Provisional protection omh/, 

474. John Edgar Poynter, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North 
Britain, Manufacturing Chemist, for an invention for — *' An improved illuminating 
oil." Letters Patent sealed, 

476. Robert Skene, of Garmouth Fochabers, in the County of Elgin, North 
Britain, Manufacturer, for an invention for — *' Improvements in obtaining motive- 
power from water." Provisional protection onl^f, 

476. Henry Deacon, of Widnes, in the County of Lancaster, Alkali Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in purifying alkaline lees." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

ATI. George Fellows Harrington, of Ednam House, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of artificial teeth, and in 
the beds and palates for teeth." Letters Patent sealed, 

478. Ferdinand Charles Warlich, of Hope Cottage, Gloucester Place, Kentish 
Town, for an invention for — '* Improvements in apparatus for generating steam." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

479. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentle- 
man, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of stockings and other 
hosiery goods." — A communication from Jules Nicolas Poivret, of Troyes, in the Empire 
of France, Mechanician. Provisional protection only. 

480. George Fosco Pepp£, of ^, Brittania Terrace, City Road, in the County 
of Middlesex, Engineer, and Louis Goodman, of 285, Oxford Street, in the same 
County, Linen Draper, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction and 
arrangement of time-keepers." Provisional protection only, 

481. George Davies, of No. 1, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the Counl^ of 
Middlesex, and No. 28, St. Enoch Square, in the City of Glasgow, Civil Engineer 
and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved eye or ring bolt." — A com" 
municationfrom Mortimer M. Camp, of Newhaven, U. S, A. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

482. Hypolite Dauphin, of Nantes, in the Empire of France, Jeweller, for an 
invention for — " A new or improved machine for giving to metallic bands a circular 
or partly circular form." Letters Patent sealed, 

483. Benjamin Beale, of East Greenwich, in the County of Kent, Engineer, 
for an invention for — "An improved method of cutting and shaping spokes." 

Provisional protection only. 



10th Much lS5d. 



llih Much 1858. 



lUh March 1^58. 



484. William Harding, of]. Park VUIm, Forest Hill, in the County of Surrej, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in breech-Iosding fiie-trma." 

Lellert Pattnl sealtd. 

486, Ubobgb Stbvkns Akdrsws, of Charkwood Street, Pimllco, in the County 

of Middlesex, Machinist, for ui invention for — " Improvements in wuhin^-roachines." 

Letleri Palait sceltd, 

486. John Fb.vrns Gbe, of Wrexhnm, in the County of Denbigh, Fu« Wwe 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvement in the joininK of earthenware 
pipes for drains, aeven, and telegram wire condnt^ora, also suitahle for the conveyance 
of liquids, gas, and steam under pressure, vrhen jointed." 

ProvUional pTOlection onfy. 

487. Geobge Davibs, of No. 1, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the County of 
Middlesex, and No. 28, St. Enoch Square, in the City of Gloffow. Civil Engineer and 
Patent .Vgeiit, for an invention for — " Improvements in life boats." — A communicatiiM 

from Moriimer M. Camp, of Nfwhureii, V. S. A. Lettm Patent lealed. 

488. RiciiAHD RonERTH, of the City uf Mandieater, Civil Engineer, for an in- 
vention for — ■' Improvements in mechanism for ent(r»v)ng and olhenvise copying in 
line paintings and other designs on flat and curved surfaces of nietal, paper, and 
other materials." Leileri Patent tealed. 

489. Jaueb Youno. of the City of Glasgow, Manufacturin); Chemist, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in lamps." Lellrrs Patent sealed. 

480. AMTHt'R JoNBS HoLD9 woKTH, of Leeds, in theCounty of York, Gentleman, 
for an invention for — " A safely railway oral communication." 

Provinonat protection only, 

481, John Dopqbidcb HuMi-iinBVK, of Charlotte Street, in the County of MJd- 
dlese.<c. Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for tnouldiog, 
compressing, and solidifying artificial fuel and other substances capable of being 
com]iressed." Proptslojial proiectioK only. 



»2. Gboboe Tomlinsdn Bousfii 
County of Surrey, for an invention for- 
eommualealUHi. 



,o, of Loughborough Pork, Biixton, in the 

" Improvements in knitting-machines." — A 

Lettm Patent sealed. 



483. FBAN901S AuGOSTE Vebdeil, of Rue St. Sulpicc, in the City of Paris, for 
n invention for — -" Improvements in treating madder." Lettm PatcHt teated. 



! Dickinson Lk,^ 

rur — " Improvemen 



AiiT. of the I,*ad Works, Newcutle-on-Tyne, for 
n furnaces." Provisional protection oiily. 



486. FHiBDiticn Ernst Danibl Haht. of Aldennanbiv}-,in the City of Lon do 11. 
Merchant, for an invention for — "An improved mode of manufacturing stenrinE." — A 
communication. I,ettert Patent sealeil. 

496. Alkxandbr Pobp.cky. of No, 7. York Street. North. Hackney Road, in 
the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manul'iiclure 
of the fhunes of umbcrellas and poraeots." 

Letter) Patent sealed and specification jiled, hi/ order. 

487. Jaues Wobball, of Salford, in the County of Lancaster, Dyer, and 
CttABLKs Hack, of Manchester, in the same County, Manager, for on invention fur — 
" Improvements in machinery or ajiporatus for slrelfhlng and drying fabrics, jisrt or 
parts of which said apparatus are also applicable to other machines wherein fabrics are 
required to be distended." Letters Patent sealed. 

488. Mauk Smith, of lleywood. in the County of Lancaster. Machine Maker, fur 
an invention for — " Improvements in looms for weaving." Letters Patent sealed. 

488. James Wabbubton, of Liw Mills, Addingham. near Utley. for the in- 
vention for—" Improvements in cardiiig-enjtincs."— .j communication. 

Letters Patent sratrd. 

600. TuoMAR TiiOMPHOK. of lUdboume. in the County of Derby. Farmer, for an 
Invention for — " Improvements in vats for ohe«we making." Letters Patent stated. 



34 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Chellingworth. 
12th March 1858. 

Pearson. 
12th March 1858. 

I2th March 1858. 

Wright. 
12th March 1858. 



Wright. 
12th March 1858. 



Newton. 
12th March 1858. 



Corbelli. 
12th March 1858. 



Coupier. 
12th March 1858. 



Carter. 
Idth March 1858. 



TiLLIBRE. 

Idth March 1858. 



Farm e LEE. 
Idth March 1858. 

Pigott. 
Idth March 1858. 

Walker. 
Idth March 1858. 

Jameson. 
13th March 1858. 

Riddle. 
Idth March 1858. 

Newton. 
Idth March 1858. 



601. Thomas Tertius Chellingworth, of Birminghain, in the Coantj of 
Warwick, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in Buspending chan- 
deliers and gas pendants." Letters Patent Mealed, 

602. William Pearson, of Brierlj Hill, in the County of Stafford, Cooper, far 
an invention for — " A new or improved washing-machine." Letters Patent sealed. 

608. Adolphus Arh, of Woolwich, in the County of Kent, Cahinet Maker, for 
an invention for — " An improved pocket or other like safety clasp or protector." 

Provisional proteetion oaly. 

604. James Wright, of 10, Alfred Place, Newington Causeway, Southwark, 
County of Surrey, Civil Engineer, for an invention for—" Improvements in the treat- 
ment of machine-made malleable iron nails." — A communication. 

Provisional protection oniif. 

606. James Wright, of 10, Alfred Place, Newington Causeway, Southwaik, 
County of Surrey, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the mode 
of treating tanned and untanned hides and leather." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only. 

606. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane^ 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — ''A new 
combination of instruments for extracting teeth." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

607. LuiGi Ferrari Corbelli, of Florence, in the Grand Duchy of Tufloany, 
Commander of the Order of Malta, for an invention for — " An improved process for 
extracting aluminium from its compounds, and obtaining at the same time protocUo- 
ride of mercury." — Partly a communication from Vincent Riatti, of Modena. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

608. Jean Theodore Coupier, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Chemist^ for 
an invention for — " Treating vegetable fibrous matters to render them applicable for 
the manufacture of paper and pasteboard, and in apparatus connected therewith." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

609. George Carter, Gentleman, of Mottingham, in the County of Kent, 
for an invention for — ** Improvements in steam-engines and machinery for pro- 
peUing vessels and other bodies in water, and other purposes." 

Provisional protection only, 

610. Chtistophe Tilliere, of Brussels, in Belgium, and 4, South Street, 
Finsbuiy, London, Gentleman, for an invention for — "Certain improvements in 
machinery for forging, planing, and stamping cold or heated metals." 

Provisional protection only, 

611. Spencer Thomas Parmelbe, of Edinburgh, in the County of Midlothian, 
North Britain, for an invention for — " A new mode of combining certain materials to 
be used in the manufacture of boots and shoes." Letters Patent sealed. 

612. George Pigott, of the Town and County of the Town of Nottingham, 
Lace Maker, for an invention for — "Improvements in jacquard machineiy for 
figuring lace and other fabrics." Letters Patent sealed. 

618. Samuel Walker, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufoctoicr, 
for an invention for — "Improvements in the manufacture of tubes of copper and 
alloys of copper." Jjetters Patent sealed. 

614. John Jameson, of 10, Catherine Terrace, Gateshead, in the County of 
Durham, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for compressing and 
expanding aeriform fluids." Letters Patent sealed. 

615. William Riddle, of 4, Stonefield Terrace, Liverpool Road, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of wrougbt- 
iron nails." Provisional protection only. 

616. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the OflSce for Patents, 66, Chanceiy 
Lane, in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for— 

Improved machinery for making horse*-shoes." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 



<( 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



Osmond. 

Co LUX s. 

13th March 13£8. 



15th March I808. 



)6th March 1858. 



ISth March 1858. 



Hahilto.n. 

' 1 5th March 1858. 

Wallis, 

Haslaw. 

^15th March 1856. 

Ehpson. 
^ 15th Much 1858. 



Hall. 

)6tb March 1858. 



I Tkos. Osmond, of Ramabuiy, in the County of 'Wilts, and 
, of Newbury, in the County of Berks, Machinists 



and IronfounJers, for a 



618. John Cowderv Mabtin, of Fern Cottage, Charlenood Roail, Putney, 
in the County of Surrey, Naval Architect, for an invention for — ".\n improved 
ptoatic compound for the manufacture of moulded articles to be used as a substitute 
for wood carvings and for many of the purjioses to which papicr-m&ch^ is applicable," 

Letters Patmt sraUd. 

619. JuLiBN Desir^ Bhikt, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Merchant, 
for an indention for — " Improveraenta in pipes for smoking." 

Provisional protection onlg. 

ESO. Richard Eowahds, of 1. Single Street, Canal Rood, Mile End Road, 

London, for an invention for — " Improvements in preparing and combining! materials 

used in lighting or kindling fires." Letters Patent sealed. 

6SI. John Gough, of Chester, Agiicuttural Machine Maker, far an invention 
for — " Improi'ementa in horse gear for driving machinery." 

Provisional protection only. 
6S3. Richard Archibald Udooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C,, Editor of the Mechsnica' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in sewing-machines." — A commntiication. 

Letters Potent lealeil. 

623. Louis Jobbph Trllibr, of Pithivters, in the French Empire, Tinker, for an 
invention for — " Improved machinery for raising water and other liquids." 

ProTvtional protection only. 

624. William Gahnett Taylor, of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, in the County of 
Leicester, Gentleman, for an invention for — -" Improvements in preparing skins for 
tanning." Provisional protertion only. 

625. Amand Fbrhv, of the firm of Metzler and Company, Great Marlborough 
Street, London, for an invention for — " Improvements in comets and other wind 
musical instruments." — A amanunitation. Provisional protection only, 

636. JosiAH Akbd, of Halifax, in the County of York, Manufacturer, and John 
Cradtreb, of the same place. Overlooker, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
the arrangement of machinery or apparatus for warping and beaming yams for 
weaving," Letteri Palenl sealed. 

687. John Scott Russbll, of Great George Street, Westminster, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in preserving the bottoms of iron ships and vessels." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

6fi8. John Hamilton, Junior, of Liverpool, for an invention for— " Improve- 
ments in apparatus for propelling vessels." Leileri Falmt sealed. 

629. Arther Wallis, and Charles Haslam, of Basin<{stoke, in the 
County of Hampshire, Agricultural Implement Manufacturers, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in engine, machine, and Qtber like bearings." 

J^elfers Patent sealed. 

SSO. John Fiklding Empson, the younger, of Birmingham, in the County of 
Warwick, Manufacturer, for an invention for— "An improvement or improvements 
in ornamenting certain kinds of buttons." Provisional prol eel ion only. 

6S1. Edmond Armand Lolia D'Argv, of Datignolles, near Paris, in Ihe 
Empire of France, Manufacturer, for an invention for- 
hydraulic blowing engine." 

632. Daniel Gallape.vt, of Stepney Causeway, in the County of Middlesex. 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in machinery or apporatus 
for coobng liquids and condeni>ing vapours." Letters Patent sealed. 

633. Georos Hall, Ironmonger, of St. John's, in the City of Worcester, of the 
County of that name, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in eartridges and 
gun-wads." Letters Patent sealed. 



36 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Henry. 

16th March 1858. 



Eley. 
16th March 1858. 

Lawson. 
16tk March 1858. 

Le Capelain. 
16th March 1858. 

Clark. 

17th March 1858. 



Vassbrot. 
17th March 1858. 



NiCOLL. 

17th March 1858. 

Todd. 

Todd. 

17th March 1858. 

Clark. 
17th March 1858. 



GOODBRHAM. 

17th March 1858. 

Beatson. 
17th March 1858. 

HiNB. 

17th March 1858. 

Evans. 

17ih March 1858. 

Brooman. 
17th March 1858. 



l^r ARTl 

17th March 1858. 

OXLEY 

17th March 1858. 



634. Michael Henry, of 77, Fleet Street, in the City of London, Patent AKent, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture or production of artificial 
marhle frescoes and decorative ornamental and artistic surfaces, ohjects, and works." 
— A communication from J, B, J, Lepers Brigy, Provisional protection omhf, 

535. William Thomas Eley, of Broad Street, Golden Square, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in cartridges." Provisional protectum cmUf, 



536. John Lawson, of the Hope Foundry, Leeds, in the County of York, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in machinery used in spinning flax and other fibrous 
substances." Provisional protectum on/jf. 

537. Philip Lb Capelain, of Blackfriars' Road, in the County of Surrey, Gas 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in dry gas meters." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



588. William Stettinius Clark, of the Atlas Works, Upper Park Place, 
Dorset Square,, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — ** Improvements 
in machmes for cutting and harvesting grain and grass crops." — A communication 
from Walter A. Wood, qf Hoosick Falls, New York. Letters Patent sealed. 

539. Charles Fr^d^ric Vassbrot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, Patent 
Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the treatment of horn, and in the' 
application of it when so treated as a substitute for whalebone in the manufacture of 
umbrellas, parasols, and similar objects." — A communication from Messieurs Elie Vivet 
and Joseph Floret, of Lyons, in the Emvire of France. Provisional protection only. 

540. Donald Nicoll, of 114, Regent Street, in the County of Middlesex, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in machinery for cutting out military, naval, and 
poUce uniforms and other clothing." Provisional protection only. 

541. William Todd, and Jacob Todd, of Heywood, in the County of Lancaster, 
Spinners and Manufacturers, for an invention for — '* Certain improvements in power 
looms for weaving, and in shuttles to be employed therein." Letters Patent sealed, 

542. William Stettinius Clark, of the Atlas Works, Upper Park Place, 
Dorset Square, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — *' Improvements in 
metallic canisters for holding gunpowder and articles of a similar nature." — A com- 
municationfrom Messrs. Green, Wilson, 8f Green, of Delaware, United States. 

Letters Patent sealed. 



543. John Gooderham, of John*s Cottage, Matthias Street, Kingsland, in the 
County of Middlesex, Shoe Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in shoe- 
makers' wax." Provisional protection only. 

544. William Clement Beatson, of Masbro', in the County of York, Glass 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus to be used in the 
manufacture of glass bottles." Provisional protection only. 

545. Thomas Chambers Hine, of Nottingham, Architect, for an invention for 
— '' Improvements in lighting and ventilating by gas." Letters Patent sealed, 

546. Thomas Evans, of Hanover Street, River Terrace, Islington, in the County 
of Middlesex, Umbrella and Parasol Manufacturer, for an invention for — *' Improve- 
ments appUcable to the manufacture of parasols." Provisional protection only. 

547. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 16G, Fleet Street, in the City of Lon- 
don, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction 
of boxes or cases for trees, flowers, and other horticultural and floricultural purposes." 
A communication from Victor Ferdinand Jeauneau. Letters Patent sealed. 

548. William Ward, of Smethwick, in the County of Stafford, Accountant 
Clerk, for an invention for — " New or improved machinery for the manufacture of 
nails, spikes, bolts, rivets, screw blanks, and nuts." Letters Patent sealed, 

549. John Oxley, of Beverley, Yorkshire, and Moorgate Street, Carriage Builder, 
for an invention for — " An elastic cushion or fitting-piece for windows, blinds, shut- 
ters, and doors, which is also applicable for other purposes." 

Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AN'D PATENTS GRANTED. 



18th Msreli lf38. 



StrrriRi-n. 
18th Much 1858. 



Slttov, 
. IPth March 1B58. 

TowrtmND. 
I8th bluvh 1858. 



18th March tSaS. 

Rrdirr. 
18th March 1858. 

Akbts. 
inth March 185«. 



ItllOCXLBBAKK. 

* I!Hh Much 1B5H. 



t Ilfth Much 1058. 



660. Lavikotdn Evans Fletciieu 

ir an invention foe — " ImproverarntJ ii 



of Upper Norwood, in the County of Surrey, 

marine engines and boilers and their appnr- 

Lf tiers Patent sealed. 



561. Richard 6lanvii.i.r, of Bermondsey, in the County of Surrey, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Imiiroveincnts in condensing Btcam-engines." 

Letters Patent sealed. 
SB3. Charlbr Doley, of Bimiinghani, in the County of Warwick, Manufac- 
turer, and Edwin Bigland, of Smethirick, in the County of Stafford, Designer and 
Glass Painter, and Thomah Hbsky Worhall, of Smethwick, aforesaid, Litho- 
gmphcr, for an invention for — " Irnpravcmenta in omiunentiiig metals." 

Premisional protection only, 
ESS. Jambs Webster, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Engineer, for 
-" Certain new or improved metallic alloys." Letters Patent sealed. 



664. .Sin Jai 









, of Fermoy, in the County of Cork, Ireland, 
movements in locomotive and other carriages." 

Provisional protection only. 

Park Mil!, in the County of Renfrew, Norih 

s'np.R Stark, of the same place. Millwright, for 

dressing or sifting Hour and meal or reduced 

Letters Patent sealed. 



655. Andhbw Duklop, of Moo 
Britain, Grain Merchant, and Ai.rx' 
an invention for—" Impfovements ii 

658. Thomas Suffibld, of Bermondsey, in the County of Surrey, Brass Founder 
and Plumber, for an invention for — " Improvements in pumps especially adapted for 



5hi|>B' purjjoaes." 

557. RicHAnn Archibald Bbooman, of 16f 
London, K.C, Patent Agent, for an invention foi 
A coinmunication from Louis Le Febvre. 

E5a. TiioMAs Stephen Sutton, of Gtynleii 
Glainiirgnn, for an invention for — " Improvements ii 



Letters Patetit sealed. 



Fleet Street, in the City of 

— " An improved knee-cap." — 

Provisional protection only. 

IS, Neath, in the County of 
miners' lamps." 

Provisioaal protection only. 
CB9. Richard Ton-NEnD, and William Townend, of Bradford, in the County 
of York, Musical Instniment Manufacturers, for an invention for— " Improvements 
in piston valve musical instruments." Provisional protection only. 

660. Alprkd Vincent Newton, of the Office fur Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — "An 
improved process uf polishing, blueing, and annealing articles of iron and steel."— 
■alion. Letters Patent sealed. 



501. Alkxandbr Anccs Cboll, of Coleman Street, in the City of Ix>ndon, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of parts of dry 
gas meters." Letters Patent sealed. 

lN Rbdikr, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Watch 
An improved chronometer called ' Chronosco[>e,' " 

Prorisional protection only. 
693. Pai'l Fram^ois Akrtb, of Brussels, in the Kingdom of Belgium, Mechs- 
nicat Engineer, for an invention for^" Imprpvements in the conslnictJon of railway 
rolling stock, and in tlie lubrication iheieof and other moving parts of machinery." 

Letters Patiat rrt\hd. 

Bfl4. Henry Buocklebank, of Coventry, in the Conoty of Waruick, Watch 

and Chronometer Maker, for an invention for— " Improvements in chronometers, 

watches, and time-keepers." Lrlters Patent seated. 

BB5. GcoROB Scott, of Manchester, in the County of Lonenster, for an invention 

for — " Imprm-onients in generating elastic fluids and in apparatus for that purpose." 

Ijclters Patent sealed, 
neO. Marc Antqinb FnASV">s Mbsnon*, of the British and Foreign Palctit 
Offices, ;):i, Rue de I'Echiquier, Purls, in the Einpire of France, and 4, South Street, 
Finshurj, London, E.C., for aii Invention foe — "' Ccitain improvements in the produc- 
tion of motivi-fKiwer."— J conMHiunUJon, Pronsio»ai pmteclitm only. 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



WiLLtAHB. 
ROWLBY. 

lOth March 1859. 



I9lh March 1858. 



20th March 1H58. 



20th March 1858. 

Pakbond. 

DcMpsBV. 

20th March 1858. 



'JOth March 1858. 



567. William Henrv Rhodes, of Oldham, in the County of Lancaster. 

Machiniat, for an invention for — " IraprovementB in speed iniiicators and calculators." 

Lfllrrs Patent tenltd. 

668, George Williams, of West Bromwich, in the County of Stafford, Forge 
and Mill Manager, and Edward Rowlbv, of West Bromwich, aforeswd. Iron Rnller, 
for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in piling iron." 

Lttteri Patent teoM. 

669. Thomah Charles Medwin, of No. 10, Oajton Place, Kennington Road, 
in the Parish of Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, Engineer, for an invention for — 
" Certain improvempnta in the construction of water gauges for steam-boilers." 

Letters Patent sealed. 
B70. John Matthew May, of the firm of Alexander Moench and Compuij, of 
Lamheth Hill, in the City of London, Importers, for on invention for — " ItDprove- 
ments in fastenings for porte-monnaies, travelling bags, ladies' compajiiona, dgar, 
writing, and instrument Cttsea, fusee boxes, and other like eases of receptaclM." — A 
cotamanicatvon from Jacob Moench and Company. Lettrrl Patent sealed. 

571. Daniel Evans, of 15, Railway Terrace, New Town Stratford, in the Count; 
of Essex, for an invention for — " An improvement in apparatus for supplyiag air in 
Btreama to furnaces." Letterx Patent »raM. 

673. Gboroe Frbdehick Muntz, of French Walls, near Birmingham, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in mixing zinc with copper and other metals." 

Proviiional protection only. 

678. Jambs Youno, of Knareshorough, in the County of York, Watch Maker, 
for an invention for — " Improvements iri chronometers, clocks, and watches." 

Lrlleri Patent sealed. 

574. Joh.v Bramwell, of Buxton, in the County of Derby, Engineer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for the prevention of accidents arising 
from the escape of gas." Letters Patent sealed. 

675. Makc Antoine Fran^oih Mennons, of the British and Foreijfn Patent 
Offices, '£>, Rue de I'Eebiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, and 4, South Street, 
Finshuty, London, E.C, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in the pienang 
of tun nets. "^il comrnimicalion. Provisional protection only. 

678. William Haigh, of Reddish, in the County of Lancaster, Paper Maker, for 

an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of a certain description of 
paper and in the machinery connected therewith." Prorirional protection only. 

577. Damel Harris, of the State of Massachusetts, of the United States of 
America, for an invention for — " A new and useful or improved sewing-machine." 

Complete specification ; Letters Patent sealed 

678. Pebcival Mosbb Parsons, of Duke Street, Adelphi, London, and Wil- 
liam DewrsEV, of Great George Street, Westminster, Civil Engineers, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the conetructjon of switches and crossings for 
TUlways." Provisional protection only. 

678. Lambert Cowbll, of Adelphi, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, 

r an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for teaching the art 

of swimming." Letters Patent sealed and specification filed, by order. 

6B0. James Bhooks, of Elton, near Bury, in the County of Lancaster, for an 
invention for—" Improvements in drawing frames used in the manufacture of cotlOD 
and other fibrous materials." Provisional protection wiiy. 



581. Richard Mills, of Bury, in the County of Lancaster, for a 

■" Improvements in washing- machinea." Letters Patent sealed. 

683. Patrick Browne, of Liverpool, in the Coun^ of Lancaster, Engineer, for 

I invention for — " Improvements in the screw propeller, partly applicable to tht 

nusing of fluids." Provisional prolectiam on^. 

13. JiiUN Biggs, and William Biogs, of Leicester, in the County of L^cester, 

Manufacturers of Hosiery, for an invention for — " An improvement ir 

of polkas when looped or elastic fabrics are used." Letters Patent m 



<>(«^^_ 



20th Much 18£)^. 



Manwaring. 
22iid MtKvb l^aH. 



Z^tid Much lSd8. 



Daviib. 
22ad Much 1868, 



Hl'bmkr. 

SSod Much le&H. 



Wbioht. 
22nd Much 1858. 



S84. WtLLiAU Allen, of Arthur Street, Coventrjr Road, Birniinghtuii, in the 
County of Wuwick, for an invention for — " Improveinenti in machinery for muiu- 
factuting screws." Proeinonal proteclian ottly. 

66G. JuLBS LK Franc, ofSB, Alder«t(>te Street, for an invention for — " lioprove- 
ments in prtasure guiget." — A comntmieal ion from Jutn Rieal, retiitiap at Pans. 

Lettrra Patent sealed. 

696. Alfred Viscknt Nkwton, of the Office for PotentB, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in BewinK-machines." — A communication. Lelltrs Patent sealed. 

687. William Edward Nkwton, of the Office for Patents, 6fi, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil E tgineer, for an invention for — " An in^iroved 
mode of treating and combining various combustible matters or substances lor the 
production of artificial fuel." — A eomntuaiealion from the WidoK Couillard aiuJ Com- 
pany, of Paris and Rouen. hellera Patent sealed. 

688. John Talbot Pitman, of the American and European Patent Offices, 

67, Gracecburch Street, London, for an invention for — " Improvemenla in the manu- 
facture of soap and in the apparatus connected therewith." — A eommuaication from 
Campbell Morfit, of flo/rimore, in thp Slate of Maryland, one nf the United Statet of 
America. Letters Patent sealed. 

680. John Talbot Pitman, of the American and European Patent Offices, 
67, Gracecburch Street, London, for, an invention for—" Improvcmenta in the mode 
of preparing and moulding clay into bricks, tilea, pipes, and othtr similar manufoc- 
turea." — A commanieationfrom a Citizen of the Uniled States of America. 

Prorisioaal protection vtly. 

680. Richard Archibald Broohan, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.G., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatuses 
for exhibiting daguerreotype, photographic, and other stereoscopic views and 
pictures. "^^ communication. Provisional protection onlg. 

681. Edward John Manwarino, of Lee, in the Coun^ of Kent, Gentleman, 
for an invention for — " Improvements applicable to stereoscopic apparatus." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

682. Jambs Thomas, of Hackney, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, for an 
invention for—" Improvements in machineiy for counlinR and registering or paging." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

683. Ciiarlks Ghkbtham Bavlkv, of Moncbcster, in the County of Lancaster, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " An improved method of supplying the feed wa! : r 
to boilers, and in the apparatus connected therewith." Provisional protection o ly. 

684. Gbobgb Davibs. of No. I, Herle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the Coun y of 
Middlesex, and No. 28. St. Enoch Sqnare, in the City of Glasgow, Civil Engri c- 
and Patent Agent, fur an invention for—" Improvements in the metalliaatiurt of 
objects for the electrotype or galvanoplostic process." — A communication from C P. 
Neseraux, of Patsy, near Paris. Provisional protection only. 

BBS. John Jlckes, of Dame Street, Wharf Road, City Road, IsUngton, fur an 
invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for supplying coals to stoves and fire- 
places." Proeisional protection only. 

686, Aaron Lkbteh, of Coventry, in the County of Warwick, Ribbon Desii;nrr, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in weaving ribbons, fringes, trimmings, and 
other narrow fabrics." Letters Patent sealed. 

697. Isaac Holokn, of St. Denis, Manufacturer, and Emilb Hubnbb, of MiiD- 
housc. Engineer, both in the Empire of France, for an invention for—" Improvements 
in preparing, heckling, or combing flax, silk, wool, and other fibres." 

Letters Patent sealed. 
688. Jambs Wright, of 10, Alfred PbM«, Newington Causeway. County of 
Surrey, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " .\n improved method of and apparatus 
for piinching rolled metal plates and angle iron." — A communicalion. 

Proeisionai protection only. 



40 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



JOWETT. 

22Qd March 1858. 



MULLER. 

2drd March 1858. 

Atherton. 
23rd March 1858. 

Stocker. 
23rd March 1858. 

Mould. 
23rd March 1858. 

rowbottom. 

Standeven. 

23rd March 1858. 

^^IliEY 

23rd March 1858. 

Clifford. 
23rd March 1858. 

COULON. 

23rd March 1858, 

Peters 
23rd March 1858. 

Keith. 
23rd March 1858. 

QUINTIN. 

23rd March 1858. 

Ramsell. 
23rd March 1858. 

Wilson. 
24th March 1858. 



Jackson. 
24th March 1858. 

Gerner. 

24th March 1858. 

Chevallibr. 
Olivier. 
Rolland. 
24th March 1858. 



699. Henry Alfred Jowett, of Sawley, in the County of Derby, Civil Engi- 
neer, for an invention for — *' Improvements in machinery for transmitting^ tele^^raphie 
communications and making signals, applicable to raihvays and other piirposes." 

Provisional protection omb/, 

600. Henri Laurent Muller, of Paris, France, Printer, for an indention for — 
" Improvements in chromographic printing." * Letters Patent sealed, 

601. Charles Atherton, of Her Majesty's Dockyard, Woolwich, in the County 
of Kent, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in furnaces, fire-grates, 
and stoves." Provisional protection onb/, 

602. Alexander Southwood Stocker, of No. 18, Wimpole Street, Cavendish 
Square, in the County of Middlesex, Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** Improve- 
ments in the manufacture of railway axles and tubes." Provisional protection only. 

608. William Mould, of Bolton, in the County of Lancaster, Dresser, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for preparing and spinning 
fibrous materials." Provisional protection onlp. 

604. John Rowbottom, of Halifax, in the County of York, Gas Engineer, and 
Thomas Standeven, of the same place. Millwright, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in washing, wringing, and mangling machines." Letters Patent sealed, 

605. William Edward Wiley, of 34, Great Hampton Street, Birmingham, 
Pen and Pencil Manufacturer, for an invention for — '* Improvements in ever-pointed 
pencils." Letters Patent sealed, 

606. Charles Clifford, of the Inner Temple Lane, London, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in ships' davits, and in apparatus for stowing, lowering, and 
securing boats." Letters Patent sealed, 

607. Eugene Coulon, of Croisset, near Rouen, France, for an invention for — 
Improvements in pre^'enting the incrustation of steam-boilers." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 



€( 



608. Edward Peters, of Grimsby, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
burning bricks and other articles made of brick earth and clay." — A communictUion, 

Provisional protection only, 

609. William Saxby Keith, of York Street, Southwark, County of Suirey, 
Surgical Instrument Maker, for an invention for — " An improved rotatory cutting 
machine." Letters Patent sealed, 

610. Charles Francis Quintin, of Cheltenham, in the Coimty of Gloucester, 
for an invention for — *' A kneading machine." Letters Patent sealed, 

611. William Ramsell, of Deptford, Foreman of Boiler Makers, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in furnaces and fire-places." 

Provisional protection onhf, 

612. John Crawford Wilson, residing at No. 11, Sol ey Terrace, PentonvDle, 
and in the Coimty of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improved method for 
introducing elastic substances into articles of wearing-apparel, and the adaptation 
thereof to the manufacture of certain useful garments in which elasticity is required." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

618. Richard JIackson, of Calder Vale, Garstang, in the County of Lancaster, 
Cotton Spinner, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for 
spinning cotton and other fibrous substances." Provisional protection onlff, 

614. Henry Gerner, of No. 10, Newton Road, Bayswater, in the County of 
Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in apparatus for the 
manufacture of gas from oils or fatty or resinous matters." Letters Patent sealed, 

615. Charles Chevallier, Mark Isidore Olivier, and Eugene Rolland, 
all of the City of Brussels, in the Kingdom of Belgium, for an invention for — " A 
machine for making and applying as soles to shoes and boots gutta-percha, ca- 
outchouc, and other analogous substances adapted for that purpose." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANRKD. 



niDDBLL, 

Balk. 
2Jth March 1868. 
Brin'jm. 

24th March 1858. 



24th MttTfh 1868. 

HlEbAKKER. 

24th March 1858. 



Thihion. 
24lh Mwch 1S58. 



25th March \»SS. 



25th March 1858. 



2Sth March 185H. 



B19. Mabc Antoinb FR.VMgota Msnnons, of the Biitisb and Foreign Patrnt 
Offices, a;j, Rue de rEchiquier. Paris, in tlic Empire of France, aixl of 4, ^outh Street, 
Finabiiry, London, E.G., for an iovention for — " Ccrtuin improvemtnta in the con- 
struction of heating apparatus." — A comm^aicalion. Lfllrrt raltnl iraltd. 

017. CoNSTANriSB NicoLAKH KoTTUi.*, of LivcriMwl, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Soap Manufacturer, lor an inrention for — " Ini|in>\'cnienta in jiurifying aoda 
leys, whereby they are icndcrcil capable of saponifying till fulty niatten or resina used 

the manufacture of soap." Lcllcrs Patent itakd. 

018. CoNsTANTIss NicoLAUH Kiirvrl..\, of Livcriiool, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Soap Manufacturer, for an invention for — " luiprovcments in (he nutDufactiirc 
of compact neutral soap." Lfllers P/ilent leakd. 

619. CossTANTiNK NicoLAUa KoTTtJl.A, of Liverpool, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Soap Manufacturer, for an invention for — "An improvement in the manufac- 
ture of neutral hand or skin soap." Lellm Patent seehd. 

020, GEancE AnTimu Biddei.l. and William RALK.hotb of Ipswich. Suffolk, 
Enjjinecra, for an invention for—" lnii)rovenienls in steam-boilers." 

Leittra Patent lealed. 

021. John Frbdbbick Bhinjeo, the younger, of 25, Fieldgate Street, Whttc- 
chapel, in the County of Middlesex, and Hbkrv Josrpii Collins, of West Hill, 
Wandsworth, tn the County of Surrey, Architwrt, for an im-entiau far — " Improve- 
ments in the maaufucture and rcburning of animal charcoal." Leilers Patent seoled. 

632, William Woon, and Robert Wood, of Radcliffe, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Cotton Spinners, for on invention for — " ImprovcmentB in mncbincry or ajipa- 
rstus for spinning, duublinR, and aiiing yorna or thrcjds." Letlers Patent sealed, 

623. Jean Vande,n HtKLAtiKKK, En<(in«:r, of Bruasela, in the Kingdom of 
Belj^um, for au invention for — " An iinpioi'ed mnchine for comprtsstnfi coal, other 
fuel, and Hubslaneca re(|uiring pressure." Letter* Patent icaled. 

034. Albbbt Lot- ta Tiitnio*), Pastor, of Aischc-en-Rcfail, Province of Namur, 
in the Kinjfdum of Belgium, foe lui invention for— "An improved method of trans- 
forming circular movements." Letters Patent sealed, 

625. William Strttimun Clark, of Alias Works, Upper Park Place, Dorset 
Square, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for^ — "Improvements in the 
construction of railways."*— .< communicEiliun /rom Sidnei/ A. Been, Engineer, Nem 
York, America. I^lleri Patent sealed. 

626. David A, Hopkinb, of Poferson, in the County of Pazaue, and Stale of 
New Jersey, in the United States of America, for an invention for — " Improrementa 
in journal boxes," Lrllert Potent sealrd. 

eS7. William Crook, of Dlackbum, in the County of Lancaster, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in looms." Letlert Patent sealed, 

628. Jame3 Nuttall, of Walmersley, near Bury, in the County of Lancaster, 
Pattern Designer, for an invention for — " Improvements in looms." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

028. GBOBiiK Henry Ellis, of New Mallon, in the County of York, Iron- 
monger, for an invention for — " Improvcmenla in kitchen ranges." 

Prorisional protection only, 

830. William Edward Newtos, of the Office for Patents, GG, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlcce.'c. Civil Engineer, for an invention for — ■• Improvements in 
the means of and lamps for burning rerttun kinds of oils and hydn>carbons." — A 
commuaication fnm Mr. Fr^de'ric Jacqafmart, of Paris. Provisional protection only. 

681. Frani^(ii» Haeck, of 14, Pbicc de la Heine, Brusscb, in the Kingdom of 
Belgium, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in pumps for pumping 
beer, n-int, vinegar, oils, or other liquids containing acids or oily matters." — .i eom- 
mnnication. Sittlcra Patent sealed. 

833, Felik FoLCOi', of No. 44, Rue Caiimartiii, in the City of Paris, in the 
Empire of France, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in stewn. 
boilu and other furnaces," 



Lellrri Patent sealed. 



\t seaittt. II 



42 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



RiCllARDS. 

25th March 1858. 

Young.- 
25th March 1858. 

ROBJOHN. 

25th March 1858. 

Chevallibr. 
25th March 1858. 

Brooman. 
2Gth March 1858. 



MoxoN. 

Clayton. 

Fearnley. 

26th March 1858. 

Bl^RARD. 

26th March 1858. 



Parkes. 
26th March 1858. 

HORTON. 

26th March 1858. 

Butt. 
26th March 1858. 

DOULTON. 

26th March 1858. 

schlcbsing. 
Rolland. 
26th March 1858. 

Newton. 
26th March 1858. 



Jeanne. 

Martin. 

27th March 1858. 

Newman. 

Newman. 

27th March 1858. 

Williams. 
27th March 1858. 



Jones. 
27th March 1858. 



638. Westlby Richards, of Birmingham, Gun Manufacturer, for an inTcntion 
for — '* Improvements in hreech-loading guns and fire-arms." Letters Patent setded, 

634. James Young, of Knareshoro', in the County of York, Watch Maker, for 
an invention for — *' Improved apparatus for signalling on railways by day and night" 

Letters Patent sealed. 

685. William Robjohn, of Stanhope Street, Hampstead Road, in tbe Conniy 
of Middlesex, Organ Builder, for an invention for — "Certain improyements in 
organs." Letters Patent seated, 

686. FRAN901S AuGusTE Chevallibr, of Paris (Empire of France), and of 45, 
Essex Street, Strand, London, for an invention for — ** Improvements in photographic 
apparatus." Letters Patent sealed, 

637. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the C&ty of Lon- 
don, B.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in weighing machines." — A communication from P. A. Bruseaut. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

688. William Moxon, John Clayton, and Samuel Fearnley, all of Blue- 
pits, in the County of Lancaster, Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
machinery for paying out electric telegraph cahles, ropes, and other like artieles." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

639. Pierre Hippolyte Gustave B^rard, of 323, Rue St. Denis, Psm, m 
the Empire of France, for an invention for — " Applying concentrated collodion to the 
effect of superseding caoutchouc in waterproofing stuffis of all descriptions for manu- 
factiuing garments and wearing articles, and also for applying it over painted suifMxs 
instead of varnish." Letters PataU seffML 

640. Joseph Parkes, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, ManufM^toicr, 
for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in eyelets." 

Provisional protectiom only. 

641. Joshua Horton, of Smethwick, in the County of Stafford, Manufacturer, 
for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in the constmotion of tiie 
girders used in the guide framing of gas holders." Letters Patent sealed. 

642. Robert More Butt, of Fairfield Works, Bow, for an invention for — ''Im- 
provements in the manufacture of night lights." Letters Patent sealed. 

648. Henry Doulton, of Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, for an inventioD 
for — " An improvement in the manufacture of invert blocks used in constructiiig 
sewers and drains." Letters Patent sealed. 

644. Jean Jacques Theophile Schlcbsing, of No. 22, Rue d'Austerlita, in 
the City of Paris, and EuckNE Rolland, of No. 21, Rue de Bellechasse, in ike 
City of Paris, aforesaid, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the manufacture of 
carbonates of soda." Letters Patent sealed. 



645. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved 
machine for performing the addition of numbers, quantities, or sums of money, to be 
termed the * Arithmometer.' " — A communication. Provisional protection onhf. 

646. Victor Francois Jeanne, and Edmond Michel Germain Martin, of 
Paris (France), and of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, for an invention for — ''A 
machine for breaking stones." Provisional protection onlff. 

647. John Newman, and John Frederick Newman, both of 122, Regent 

Street, in the County of Middlesex, Opticians, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in spectacles." Letters Patent sealed. 

648. Richard Williams, of No. 8, Bishop's Road, Victoria Park, in the 
County of Middlesex, Soap Boiler, for an invention for — " An improvement for manu- 
facturing a soap for cleansing, bleaching, and purifying purposes." 

Complete specification: protection for Six months onhf. 

649. Edgar Chichester Jones, of Caroline Street, Bedford Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — '' Improvements in rul- 
way brakes." , Provisional protection only. 



BUSHBLL. 

WmoHT. 
27th Much 1856. 



2rth Mwch 1858. 

Ei.By. 
27th Msroh 1858. 

Wblch. 
27th March 1868. 



27th MaKb 1858. 

GlLBKB. 

27th Much 1858. 

BousrrBLD. 
27th Mwch 1868. 



29th Match 1858. 



29th Much 1868. 



PATENTS .\PPUED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. « 

650. JosBPH UusiiKLL. Engineer, and Thomas Wright, Tin Plate WorVcr. 
both of the Citjr of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, for an invention for — 
" Improvements which make gnds for covering oprnings through which fuel is depo- 
sited in vaults or cellars self-securing." Letters Patent uaM. 

eSl. Bbsjamim BuKRons, of Leicester, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
weaving webs or narruw goods and in omomentiiig elaatic webs." 

Lflteri Patent sealed, 

662. William Thomas Elsy, of Broad Street, Golden Square, for an invention 
for — " linprovenients in cartridges." Letten Patent lealed. 

663. Jambs Welch, of SouthaC. in the County of Middlesex, for an invention 
Improvements in portable railways, and in the means of their appLcation to 



29th March 1858. 



29th March 1858. 



Brown. 

Browk. 

29th March 1858. 



Patkhson. 
29th Mftrch 1858. 



carriages to facilitate their movements 



eW. Jbas Antoine .Victor 
an invention for — " Improvements 

a&S. William 
Patent Agent, for 
A commimiration. 



roads and other surfacca." 

Letters Patent ttaUd. 

URa, of Paris, France, Doctor of Medicine, for 

weighing-machines." Lellers Patent teeled. 

Abhand Gilbbe, of No. 4, South Street, Finsbury, London, 

a invention for — " Improvements ii 



, of 20, Hereford Terrace. De Beauvoir Road, 

— ■" Improvements in apparatus to facnlitate the 

Letters Patent sealed. 



666. Frbdbrick Bol'spieli 
Kingsland, for an invention fn 
production of duplicate writings.' 

667. William Armand Gildbb. of No. 4, South Street, FinsWry, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in treating brandies and other 
spintuous liquids for improving their quaUty."^^ eomnmnicatioH. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

668. WiLLiAH Gabnbtt, of Low Moor, near aithetoe, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Cotton Spinner and Manufacturer, Christopher Gbldard, of the aame 
place. Manager, and John Dugdale, of Blackburn, in the County of Lancaster, 
Machine Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in looms for weaving." 

Letters Patent staled. 
658. JoHK RoDERT Breckon. of Darlington, in the County of Durham, Accoun- 
tant and Colliery Manager, and Robert Dixon, of Crook, in the said County 
of Durham, Mechanical Engineer, for an ini'ention for — " IroprovcmcntB in the 
construction of coke ovens." Letters Patent teaied. 



County of Lancaster, Tin Plato 

the hoods or tops and in the foot 

Letters Patent sealed. 



660. William Chapwick, of Bury, in t 
Worker, for an invention for—" Improvements 
ateps and l>earings of ventilators." 

661. John Frederick Spescek, of No. I, Adelaide Place, London Bridge, 
Marine Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in marine engines." 

Letters Patent fealed, 

663. JosBCA UoRTON, of Smethwtck, in the County of Stafford. Manufacturer. 
for an invention for — " New or improved machinery to be employed in punching 
metals." Letters Patent teaied. 

068. John Baillib, of No. 167, Carolinen Gasse. in the City of Vienna, and 
Empire of Austria, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved construction 
of coded spring." Lellers Patent teaied. 

664. Jban Claude Durand, of Pimlico, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Xu improvement in the manufacture of cbnin cublea." 

Lellers Palent sealed. 
666. Isaac Brown, of the City of Carlisle, Merchant, and John Brow>, 
of Notting Hill, in tbc County of Middlesex. Merchant, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in the manufacture or production of manure." 

Ijetlers Patent sealed. 
666. Georoe PATBfieoN, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Impnn'ements in apparatus for effecting the com- 
bustion of fuel and the consumption or prevention of smoke, applicable to boiler 
furnaces." Prorisiimal frofeclioit 



ion <mlg. ^^^Jl 



44 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Jacquin. 
29th March 1863. 

Davis. 
Harper. 
29th March 1858. 

Harding. 

29th March 1858. 

Robinson. 

COTTAM. 

30th March 1858. 

Durand. . 
30th March 1868. 

Wballens. 
30th March 1868. 

Silver. 
30th March 1868. 

Steven. 
Reid. 
Frew. 
30th March 1868. 

Wood. 
30th March 1868. 

Whitehead. 
30th March 1868. 

Newton. 
30th March 1868. 

Oldfield. 
Dixon. 
30th March 1868. 

Gatty. 
3l8t March 1868. 

Musgrave. 
3l8t March 1868. 



Westhead. 
Baines. 
3l8t March 1868. 



Duce. 
31 8t March 1868. 

Tod*. 
31st March 1868. 



667. Edmond Auguste Jacquin, of Rue des Lavandi^res Stc. Opportune, 
Paris, for an invention for — "An improvement in preparing plates for printing." — 
A communication from Monsieur Henry Gamier qf Paris. Letters Patent sealed, 

668. William Davis, of 11, George Street, Chicks Buildings, St. Phillip's, 
Bristol, and Thomas Harper, of Brewery House, Broadplaines, St Phillip's, Bristol, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for cutting soap." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

669. William Harding, of Forest Hill, in the County of Kent, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in revolver fire-arms, and in apparatus for manufacturing 
projectiles." Letters Patent sealed, 

670. Frederic Robinson, and Edward Cottam, of Pimlico, in the C5ty 
of Westminster, in the County of Middlesex, Engineers, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in hydrostatic and other presses." Letters Patent sealed, 

671. Jean Claude Durand, of Pimlico, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, 
for on invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of iron." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

672. William. Weallens, of 12, Elswick Villas, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Me- 
chanical Engineer, for an invention for^** Improvements in parabolic governors and 
in the mode of applying the same to steam-engines." Letters Patent sealed, 

673. Thomas Silver, of Philadelphia, United States, Gentleman, for an inven- 
tion for — " Pulsating valves or governors." Letters Patent sealed, 

674. Thomas Steven, Ironfounder, Thomas' Reid, Foreman Moulder, and 
Thomas Frew, Foreman Pattern Maker, all of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, 
North Britain, for an invention for — ** Improvements in making moulds for casting." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

675. Benjamin Wood, of Huddersfield, in the County of York, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for cleansing the waste of woollen or 
other fibrous manufactures." Letters Patent sealed ; no specification filed, 

676. Walter George Whitehead, of the firm of Anthony Whitehead and 
Harris, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufacturers, for an invention 
for — " A new or improved waterproof paper." Provisional protection only, 

677. William Edtvard Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66 Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in the manufocture of sheet iron." — A communication. Provisional protection only, 

678. William Oldfield, of Skipton, in the County of York, Optician, and 
Thomas Ogden Dixon, of Steeton, in the same County, Manufacturer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in gas burners." Letters Patent sealed, 

679. Frederick Albert Gatty, of Accrington, in the County of Lancaster, 
Manufacturing Chemist, for an invention for — ** Improvements in treating certain 
compounds containing the coloring matter of madder." Letters Patent sealed, 

680. John Musgrave, the younger, of the Globe Iron Works, Bolton-le-Moors, 
in the Coimty of Lancaster, Iron Founder, for an invention for — *• The application oi 
the heat from the furnaces of singeing or dressing plates to generating steam and 
drying purposes, and improvements in the construction of such furnaces." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

681. Marcus Brown Westhead, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Merchant, and Hugh Baines, of the same place. Gentleman, for an invention for 
— " Certain improved apparatus for coupling or connecting carriages, wagons, 
trucks, vans, and engines used or employed upon railways." 

Provisional protection only, 

682. Joseph Warner Duce, of Wolverhampton, in the County of Stafford, 

Manufacturer, for an invention for — *' Improvements in locks and latches, and in 
attaching knobs to lock and latch sjwndles." Letters Patent sealed, 

688. Edward Henri Tod^, of Peckliam, in the County of Surrey, Printer, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for generating steam in steam-boilers 
by means of gas." Provisional protection only. 



■6Ul Man'Ii 1»5H. 



aistMiLKh 1:^53. 



alst Maruh 1H53. 



aUt March iS3S. 



31st Much It<58. 



lit Apnl 1858. 



Co LETTS. 

1>t April 1U58. 



lit April 11 



OoBTKmLINCK. 

Ut April 1858. 



' Bentlky. 

1st April IV!)S. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GILVNTBD. 



684. James lUvwoon Whitehead, of the Royd George Mills, Sad die worth, 
in the CounQ' of York, Woollen Mnnufticturcr, for un invftition for — " Improvements 
in nuikiiig woollen bags." Pronisiimal proleetion only. 

635, Bland W. Cbokeii, of Vienna, in the Empire of Austria, Civil Engineer, 

fur an invention for — " Improvements in axle-boxes to ntnder thetn self-lubricating." 

ProDaional proleetioa only. 

666. Jambs Mercrh, of Cambridge, in tho United States of America, temporuiljr 

resident at IJver[ioul, in the County of Lancustcr, Currier, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in the manufacture of leather." Lfttert Palent ttaled, 

687. FnKDBHioK EDivAnoK, of HillfielOs, in the City of Coventrj", Machinist, and 
William Euwahu^, of Hi>ward Street, in the said City of Cuventry, Macbiniat, for 
an invention for — ■' Improvements in weaving." Letters Patent seaM. 

888. Hrnry Kapikh, of Hyde Road, Ardn-ick, in the City of Manchester and 
County Palatine of Lancaster, Manufacturing Chemist, for an invention for — "An 
improved process in the production of volatile oil of resin." Letters Patent sealed, 

689. John Henhy Johnson, of 47. Lincoln's Inn FiehU, in the County of 
Middlese.x, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for—" Improvements in articles of buoyancy to he used 
either for swimming or for the siviag of life from drowning."— .J comeiuaicalion front 
Pierre Maxard ami Company, of Lyons, in the Empire uf France. 

Provisioual proleclioH only. 

690. RoHBRT pKTKft, of Dundce, in the County of Forfar, North Britwn, Mill 
Mannger, for an invention for — " Improi-emcnts in gill machinery for the |)rcpanition 
or manufacture of textile materials." Letters Patent tealed. 

691. RonEHT Darh, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, Engi- 
neer, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for making 
rivets, spikes, nails, and screw blanks, and similar articles in metal." 

Provisional protection only. 

692. Antosio Pbubz, of Ha, MoHimcr Street, Cavendish Square, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — ■" Improvements in hydraulic machines." — A com- 
manicalion. Letters Patent sealed. 

693. EutLB Al'dubtin Colette, reading at Dieppedalle, near Rouen, in the 
Depart of Seine Inf^rieure, in France, for an invention for — " Hashing meat with 

a incehanical choppiiig-board." Letters Patent sealed. 

694. Arthur Prrkh Dadi.ky, of New Hall Street, Birmingham, in the 
County of Warwick, Gilt Toy and Clasp Manufacturer, and Nehemiah Buuvoti, 
also of Birmingham, aforesaid. Machinist, fur an Invention for — " An improved buckle 
or metallic adjuster for ailjusting braces, belts, garters, and such hke artides of dress." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

695. Ferdinand Rai'Iiael TAVBRSiEn, and Joesph AM^uis Francis 
Tavebmkr, 213, Rue Saint Dominique, St. Germain, Paris, in the Emigre of 
France, for an invention for — " Improvements In machinery for combing wool or 
other Gbrous materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

609. FaANfois Ji'LBS Emilb Oostbhlinck, of Paris, France, Gentleman, for 
an invention for — " An improved valve or plug for the passage of water or other 
fluids." Letters Patent tested. 

697. Uknby Ward, of the City of Hamburgh. Engineer, for an invention for — 
" Improved machinery for expressing liquids from organic substances." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

698. William Edwakp Nkwtdn, of the OfBce for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved 
machinery for manufacturing corks."—.! tomiaanication. Letters Patent staled. 

699. Hkkby Dkntlkv, of Horton. near Bradford, in the County of York, 
Manufacturer, for an invention fur—" Certain improvements in machinery or appa- 
ratus employed in preparing and spinning worsted and other lilirous substance*." 



Froeiftoaal protection tmly. 



4e 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



boardman. 
Allcock. 
1st April 1858. 

RUSSBLL. 

1st April 1858. 

Robinson. 
1st April 1858. 

Grebnshiblds. 
drd April 1858. 



Pelez. 
3rd April 1858. 

GlCHB. 

3rd April 1858. 

Pelez. 
3rd April 1858. 

Pelez. 

3rd April 1858. 

Johnson. 
3rd April 1858. 



Tress. 
3rd April 1858. 



TOWLER. 

3rd April 1858. 

Crowley. 

3rd April 1858. 

Morrison. 
3rd April 1858. 

Cartwright. 
3rd April 1858. 

EdwaAds. 
3rd April 1858. 



MiNTON. 

Thomas. 
3rd April 1858. 

Taroett. 
3rd April 1858. 



700. Thomas Boardman, of Pendleton, near Manchester, in the County of Lan- 
caster, and John Allcock, of Stockport, in the County of Chester, for an inventioii 
for — *' Improvements in looms." Letters Patent sealed, 

701. Charles Gourley Russell, of the City of Manchester, in the Ck>unty of 
Lancaster, Lithographic Printer, for an invention for — " Improvements in madiineiy 
or apparatus for printing." Letters Patent sealed. 

702. Thomas Frederick Robinson, of Halifeuc, in the County of York, Cork 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for cutting^ cork.** 

Letters Patent sealed. 

703. Thomas Greenshields, of No. 11, Little Tltchfield Street, London, for an 
invention for — '* Improvements in treating ammoniacal liquor produced from coal is 
making gas, and obtaining useful products tot making artificial manures." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

704. Antonio Pelez, of 9a, Mortimer Street, Cavendish Square, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A new apparatus for deepening rivers and 
rendering them navigable." Letters Patent sealed. 

705. Vincent GIche, ain^. Engineer, residing at Nantes, in France, for an 
invention for — " An improvement in the construction of steam-engines for the use of 
vessels." Letters Patent sealed. 

706. Antonio Pelez, of 9a, Mortimer Street, Cavendish Square, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A circular cutter." — A communication. 

Letters Patent 9ealed. 

707. Antonio Pelez, of 9a, Mortimer Street, Cavendish Square, in the Comity 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A new steam piston for horizontal and vertical 
engines." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

708. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in ships* propellers." — A commtmi- 
cation from Benjamin Hill, at present residing at Rochester, in the United States <f 
America. Letters Patent sealed and specification JUed, hf order. 

709. Cooper Tress, of Blackfriars Road, in the County of Surrey, Hat Manu- 
facturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in or applicable to the class of hats 
made from palm leaf, grass, chip, tuscan, leghorn, panama straw, and other like 
materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

710. John Fowler, Junior, of 28, Comhill, Engineer, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in apparatus used when ploughing, tilling, or cultivating land by 
steam-power." Letters Patent sealed. 



711. William Crowley, of Newport Pagnell, in the County of Buckingham, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in combining and working ploughs." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

712. Duncan Morrison, of Birmingham, for an invention for — ''Improvements 
in boiling oils." Provisional protection only, 

718. Henry Cartwright, of the Dean Brosely, in the County of Shropshire, 
Farmer, for an invention for—-'* Improvements in the construction of eccentrics, and 
in the mode of working them when applied to steam-engines." — Letters Patent sealed. 

714. Eliezer Edwards, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in the manufacture 
of finger plates for doors and other articles of like manufacture." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

715. Samuel Minton, Mining Engineer, and Richard Handlby Thomas, 
Engineer* both of Clough Hall CoUeries, Staffordshire, for an invention for — " An 
improved construction of battery." Letters Patent sea^ 

716. Robert Targett, of Windmill Street, Finsbuiy, in the Counter of Middle- 
sex, Glass and Lamp Dealer, for an invention fpr — "Improvements applicable to 
lamp glasses or shades." Letters Patent sealed. 



Nbwtoh. 
' 3rd April 1B58. 



"Hall. 
,1r.l April 185d. 



6th April IHW. 



Clabk. 
5th April 1HS8. 



Ath April 18i>8. 

Groombridck. 
Groom B HI DOB. 

Ml'IBILWHtTB. 

&th April lS5ti. 

Fox. 

Chbstxkuan. 
£th April 1958. 



Sahony. 
5th April law. 



Cth April 1853. 



Ghav. 
Cth April 185rt. 



Cth April I a 




PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 4/ 

717. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for FatenU, CC, Chancery Lane, 
in the Countj of Middleaes, Mechuiical Draughtsinan, for ao iovention for—" Im- 
provemeota in machinery for cutting reneerB," — A rommunicatioa. 

Prorisionat protection only. 

718. John Stodbs, of Sydney Street. North .Shields, and George RogkrHall, 
of Linskill Street, North Shields, in the County of Northumberland, for an invention 
for^" Improvements iii pumps for raising water and other liquids." 

Protitinnal proleclion on/y. 
710. William Clark, of 53, Chancery L*]ie, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for— "An improved construction water 
tank for ships and other vcsBclii, and mode of applying the same on board a vessel 
wbereby it is capable of conversion into a float for saving life and property in ease of 
the foundering of the veaael." — A eommunicof ion. htitirs Patent sraled. 

720. William Stkttimis Clark, of the Atlas Works, Upper Park Place, 
Dorset .Square, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in grain and grass harvesting macliinei), and in the automatic delivery thereof of cut 
grain." — A commanicatian, Lflleri Patmt sealed, 

7S1. JuLse Clovib Dieulafait, of 2, Rue Sunte Appollne, Paris (Empire of 
France), and of -1.^, Easei Street, Strand, London, for an invention for — -"An im- 
proved method of manufacturing; garments whereby one garment may be changed in 
form to that of several others." Prapitional prolfction only. 

7SS. John Smith, of Uldham, in the County of Lancaster, Manufacturer, for 
an mvention fop — " Improvements in the manufacture of pile fabrics." 

Lf Iters Patent sealed. 
738. Richard Colemax Hehrv Groombridce, and Henry Groomdridgr. 
both of No. 5, Paternoster Row, in the City of London, Publishers, and Jonv 
MUBSBLWKITB, of No. 1^, Aldersgatc Street, in the City of London, Accountint, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in a black board and apparatus for teaching 
muaic." Provisional protection only. 

734. Samuel Fox. of Stockaltridge Works, Deepcar, in the County of York, 
TTmbrella Manufacturer, and James Chesterman, of Shpffield, in the same County. 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in stays or corsets, and in the 
manufacture of steel employed therein and applicable to other articles of dress." 

Letlen Patent iealed. 
the County of York, Photographic 
producing ph olographic portraits »' 

Letters Patent gealed. 

728. LoL'is TtTAR Van Elvik, of Clapham Road, in the County of Surrey, 

Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatuses for raising and lowering 

weights and bodies." Provisional protection only. 

727. William Blllock WEBSTBR.of Adam Street, in the County of Middlesex, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " An improvement in the making of butter." 

PrOfisionoiprofec/ion only, 

728. Hen-ry Wbtherell, and Geohch: Gray, of Upper Chapman Street, in 
the C^ounty of Middlesci, Zinc Workers, for an invention for — ",\n apparatus for 
preventing down draughts and currents in chimneys, flues, and shafts." 

ProBitional protection only. 
738. Edward Owen, of Blackheafh, in the County of Kent, Chemist, for an 
iovention for — " Improvements in the manufacture or production of artificial fUel and 
in the application of the same to metallurgical purposes." 

Protiiional protection only, 

730. John Camp, of John Street, Tysoe Street, Clerkenwdl. in the County of 
Middlesex, Itookbinder, for xa invention for — "An improved construction of expand- 
ing portfolio." Provisional protection only. 

731. Richard Hornsbv, Junior, of Spittlegate Works, Gninlham, in the 
County of Lincoln, for an invention for — " Improvemculs in ploughs." 

Jjttlerr PaleM ttaltd. 



ivention for 



of Scarborough, ii 
— " Improvements ir 



48 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Chadburn. 
6th April 1858. 

schwietzer. 
Holder. 
Broughton. 
6tk April 1858. 

Erckmann. 

6th April 1858. 

Davy. 

Bentley. 

Davy. 

6th April 1858. 

Blanche. 
6th April 1858. 

Sangster. 
6th April 185S. 

Ross. 
6th April 1858. 



COLLYER. 

6th April 1858. 



SiBILLE. 

7th April 1858. 



Casartelli. 
Casartblli. 
7th April 1858. 

Haines. 
7lih April 1858. 



GiLBEB. 

7th April 1858. 

Wright. 
7th April 1858. 



Armitagb. 
Lea. 
7th April 1858. 

Worthy. 

7 th April 1858. 

Baker. 

7th April 1858. 

NiMMO. 

7th April 1858. 



732. Charles Henry Chadburn, of Liverpool, in the Countj of Luicasto; 
Optician, for an invention for — " Improvements in pressure guajf^es." 

Letters Patent seal^ and spec^icatum filed, by order, 

733. Herman Schwietzer, Joseph Holder, and John Broughton, of 
Scarp Castle, Brighton, in the County of Sussex, ManufMSfeuring Chemists, for an 
invention for — " Concentrating and retaining the valuable properties of fiurmyaid 



and stable manure. 



»> 



Provittionai protection omfy. 



734. Jules Erckmann, of Rue Faubourg St. Honor^, Paris, in the Empire of 
France, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in galvanic batteries." 

Providonal proteetiom onhf. 

735. Denis Davy, William Bentley, and Joseph Davy^ all of Bradford, in 
the County of York, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in looms employed 
for weaving." Letters Patent seated. 



736. Bernard Blanch^, of Bordeaux, in the Empire of France, and of 
32, Essex Street, Strand, London, Merchant, for an invention for — " Using malarra 
and manilla cane instead of whalebone." Provisional protection onhf, 

737. John Sangster, of Newington, in the County of Surrey, Nurseryman, for 
an invention for — " Glazing in wood without putty." Provisional protection omfy, 

738. John Rose, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, Gentle- 
man, for an invention for — '* Apparatus for applying heat, cold, moisture, fumes, 
vapors, and other agents, in medicine and surgery." — A communication. 

Provisional protection onhf, 

739. Robert Hanham Collyer, of Marylebone, in the County of Middlesex, 
M.D. for an invention for — ** Improvements in the manufacture of paper.*' — A c«a- 
municat ion from Martin Nixon, of Philadelphia, in the United States of America. 

Provisional protection omUf, 

740. Etienne Pierre Sibille, 11, Conduit Street, Regent Street, London, for 
an invention for — *' A new apparatus for warming or cooling atmospheric air, water, 
and all liquids of a similar density to it, warming them to the degree of heat neceasaiy 
for thdr transformation into steam." Letters Patent sealed, 

741. Anthony Casartelli, and Louis Casartblli, both of Liverpool, in the 
County of Lancaster, Opticians, for an invention for — " Improvements in pressoie 
and vacuum gauges." Provisional protection onUf, 

742. Frederick Haines, Patent Agent, of Lime Street, City, London, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " llie application of manufactured 
India-rubber (as a substitute for whalebone, steel ribs, and other like articles) to 
various parts of ladies' dress." Provisional protection onhf, 

743. William Arm and Gilbee, of No. 4, South Street, Fmsbury, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved machine for corking bottles." — 
A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

744. James Wright, of 10, Alfred Place, Newington Causeway, Southwark, 
County of Surrey, Cinl Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the mode 
of treating leather in order to render it waterproof." — A communication. 

Provisional protection onlf, 

745. William Armitagb, of Famly Iron Works, and Henry Lba, both of 
Famly, near Leeds, in the County of York, . for an invention for — *• Certain im- 
provements in the manufacture of iron." Letters Patent sealed, 

746. Richard Worthy, of Albert Street, Regent's Park, in the Comity of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " An apparatus for preparing medical foxnenta^ 
tions." Provisional protection onhf. 

747. George Williams Baker, of Park Farm, Wobum, in the County of 
Bedford, Farm Steward, for an invention for — *' Improved signal apparatus to be 
applied to railways." Letters Patent sealed, 

748. William Nimmo, of Manchester, Cotton Spinner and Manufiscturer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the manu^ture of printed woven fabrics." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOB AND PATENTS GRANTED, 



FOSTBR. 

7th April \»5i*. 



DoHKttTV. 

7th April 1858. 



Whitwobtb. 
7th April 1858. 



Richmond. 
8th April 1858. 



Cabtwkioht. 
8lh April 1B5S, 



TAVLon. 

9th April 185S. 

Rawt.AKi>. 
8th April 1859. 

MoWBHAV. 

Bboadliv. 
8th April 1858. 



8th April 1858. 



DOCKRAV. 

mh April 1958. 

ROBIRTB. 

Dale. 
8th April 185^. 



Ghbknwood. 
Batlsy, 
9th April 1858. 

Agkr. 
9th April I85S. 

H'CAvnRTr. 

9th Apiil 1858. 



74B, ELSKtDne Ft 

Aini«<«, for ail invent 
fgr navigable vcsacli." 

750. Jambh Doiiertv, of Edinburgh, 
Britain, Foremaii Tailor, for an invention foi 
faatcninRS." 



of the St«t« of Connecticut, of the United States of 

~" A new and usefiil or improved life-presen-ing berth 

Compute specification : Lettert Patent sealed. 

the County of Midlothian. North 

-" Improvements in buttons or dresj 

Letters Patent sealed. 

761. CiiARLKs Frbdkrick Whitworth, of Sheffield, in the County of Yoi-k, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in signal apparatus for railway*." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

762. .Stepiirn Orator Maeon, of the State of Connecticut, of tile United 
States uf .America, for an invention for — " Certiun new and useful improvements in 
door hinges.'' — A eommunication from John Ckauncri/ Mason, a resident of the Slate 
aforesaid. Complete specification; Letters Patent sealed. 



763. Edward Richmond 
America, for an invention foe- 
reducing and crushing and 
toliawo. or other substance t 
Blanehard, a 



of the State of Massachusetts, of the United States of 
-" Certain new and useful mechanism for reducing or 
n various other respects treating grain, sugar cane, 
p substances." — Partly a eommuHication from Thomas 
a and resideal of Ike said United States. 

Complete tpecifieation ; Letters Patent sealed. 
754. John Cartwriciit. of Shtcwsburjr, in the County of Salop, Agricultural 
Implement Maker, for an invention for — " Impn^'cd apparatus for transmitting 
motive-power for driving machinery," Letters Patent staled, 

765. Gbobck Davies, of No. 1, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the County of 
[iddlcsex. and No. 2fi, St. Enoch Square, in the City of Glasgow, Civil Engineer 
and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of wads 
for ordnance." — A dmumtnicalion from Heber Mariai, of Par 



760. Gborch Edward Taylor, of Ontlunds, Leeds 
provementa in machinery for raising the pile of cloths." 

767. GnoBGK Rowland, of Bmsaels, in the 

liun for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 



t. Civil Enga 
Letters Patent 

an invention for — " Ii 
Letters Pali 



led. 



led. 



768. Fredbrk 
Engineer, .md Ja: 
n invention for — 



ngdom of Belgium, for an invcn- 
iGcial whalebone." 

Letters Patent staled. 
William Mowdrav, of Bradford, in the County of York, 
cs BnoADLKY, of Sallaire, in the same County, Overlooker, for 
Improvements in means or apparatus employed in weaving.'' 

Letters Patent seated, 

759. William Clark, of 53, Clumcery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, Engi- 
neer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " A burner for candles."— J vomiuuai- 
ration. Provisional protection only. 

760. Thomas Greenwood, John Batlbv, and Jacod Dockhay, of Leeds, in 
the (bounty of York, Machine Makers, for an invenllim for — " Improvements in 
machinery for carding, oiicning, straightening, and preparing to he spun tow and other 
Gbroiis materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

7fll. TiioMAB RoDKRTH, and John Dale, of Manchester, in the County of Jau- 
caster. Manufacturing Chemists, for an invention for — " Improvement* in the pro- 
duction of a Bultstitute fur oil used with pigments, and in the jireparation of pigments 
milablc tliereto." Protisional protection only. 

7da. Thomas Greenwood, and John Batlbv. of Leeds, in the County of 
York, Machine Makers, for an invention for — " Improvements in tnschinery for 
heckling flai and other flbruus materials." letters Patent staled. 

768. WiLBos) AuEB, of Rohrsburg, in the State of Pennsylvania, United States 
of America, for an invention for — " An improvement in rice cleaning machinery." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



764. RoSEBT M'Cafpbbty, of Lancaster, 
United States of America, for i 
boitcn." 



in the State of Pennsylvania, and 

' Preventing incrustatiooa in steani- 

PromsioHol proleelion only. 



60 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



I i- 



Jackson. 
9th April 1858. 

Smith. 
9th April 1858. 

Bay LEY. 
Grbavks. 
9th April 1858. 

BiRBUYCK. 

Van Landuyt. 
9th April 1858. 

Talbot. 
9th April 1858. 



Bauerrichter. 
gottoetreu. 

9th April 1858. 

Ordish. 

loth April 1858. 

Lees. 

schofield. 
lOth April 1858. 

GUYOT. 

10th April 1858. 

Neumann. 

10th April 1858. 

Brun. 
10th April 1858. 



OxLEY 

10th April 1858. 

Parmblee. 
10th April 1858. 

Lecornu. 
10th April 1858. 

. Armstrong. 
10th April 1858. 

POUNCY. 

loth April 1858. 



766. William Robinson Jackson, of the City of Baltimore, in Uie State of 
Maryliind, and United States of America^ for an invention for — '' A self-acting rail- 
way bieak." Letters Patent sealed, 

766. George Smith, of 21, Wichampton Street, in the County of Middlesex, 
Charcoal Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 
close-stools, night commodes, and water-closets." Provisional jprotectiou aahf. 

767. Henry Bayley, of Staley Bridge, in the County of Lancaster, Cotton 
Manufiacturer, and John Greaves, of the same place. Manager, for an invention 
for — ''Improvements applicable to certain machines for spinning and doubling 
fibrous substances." Letters Patent sealed, 

768. Jean Baptiste Biebuyck, and Joseph Van Landuyt, both of Brussels, 
in the Kingdom of Belgium, Merchants, for an invention for — " An improved process 
for separating the vinous and amylaceous principles from vegetable substances." 

Provisional protection onlf. 

769. The Honourable William Talbot, of the Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, 
in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in means or 
apparatus to f&cilitate the lowering and detaching of boats firom ships or vessels, 
which improvements are also applicable to lowering and disengaging other bodies." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

770. Henry Bauerrichter, and Charles Gustavus Gottgstrku, of 
Charterhouse Square, in the Liberty of Glasshouse Yard, in the County of Middlesex, 
Manufacturers, for an invention for — " Improvements in printing in gold, silver, 
bronze, and other metal, on glass." Letters Patent sealed. 



771. Rowland Mason Ordish, of No. 18, Great George Street, 
in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in suspension 
bridges and suspended girder bridges." Letters Patent sealed, 

772. Asa Lees, of the Soho Iron Works, Oldham, in the County of Lancaster, 
Machine Maker, and David Schofield, of the same place. Manager, for an inven- 
tion for — '' Improvements in the construction of carriages for certain machines used 
in spinning and doubling." Letters Patent sealed, 

773. Germain Guyot, of Denain, in the Empire of France, Foreman in the Iron 
Foundry, for an invention for — ** Welding broken cast-iron pieces." 

Provisional protection onlj/. 

774. Adolphus Neumann, of London, in the County of Middlesex, for an 
invention for — ''An improved strop for sharpening razors, knives, or other edged 
instruments." Provisional protection onlf, 

776. Pierre Brun, of No. 1, Rue de Crenelle St. Honor^, Paris, in the Empire 
of France, for an invention for — '* The application of an improved blowing &n to 
steady or portable forges, with or without reverberatory furnaces, as well as to 
ventilation in general." — A communication from Franfois Manigitet, of Lyons, 

Letters Patent sealed and specification filed, by order, 

776. John Oxlby, of Beverley, Yorkshire, and Moorgate Street, Carnage Builder, 
for an invention for — '' Certain improvements in the doors and sashes of carnages." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

777. Spencer Thomas Parmelee, of Edinburgh, in the County of Midlothian, 
North Britain, for an invention for — ''The manufacture of improved belting for 
machinery or other purposes." Letters Patent sealed 

778. Francois Auguste Lecornu, of Paris (France), Mechanician, for an 
invention for — '' Improvements in drawing and levelling instruments." 

Letters Patent sealed 

779. William George Armstrong, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in the County of 
Northumberland, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — '' Improvements in the inesiis 
of firing or igniting explosive projectiles." Letters Patent sealed 

780. John Pouncy, Photographer, of High West Street, Dorchester, in the 
County of Dorset, for an invention for--*'' Improvements in the production of )^io* 
tographic pictures." Provisional protection only. 



M-CHAE. 

loth April ISSa 



Mxnbr£. 
inth Aiffil 1858. 



Rar. 

lOth April 1863. 



12th Ai>ril 1858. 

BlCKSBTON. 

12th April 1S58. 

MiCHKL. 

12th April 1858. 



Clark. 

12th April 1858. 



Ratkl. 

12(b April 1658. 

Whittlm. 
ScHoriBLD. 
Lbacb. 

13th Ajuil 1858. 
SnuUKH. 



13th April IE 



JOPLINO. 

^ I3th April I85S. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED, 



781. DASrEL M'Crae, of Greenock, in the Countj of Renfrew, North Britain. 
Greue Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in preaervinK ahips" 
bottoms and other exposed suriaces from fouling and ii^ui^ or decay." 

Letlers PalenI sealed, 

782. William Rowstt. of Netherfield Road, Liverpool, in the County of 
Lancaster, for aa invention for — " Improvements in the construction of electric tele- 
graph cables or ropes." Lellert Patent tealed. 

783. Alexander Manbr^, of 10, Rathboiie Place, Oxford Street, London, for 
an invention for — "The manufacture of n colouring matter for colouring spirits, 
beverages, and other liquids, from the sugar of potatoes known as glucose and 
■ syrup de fecule.' " Lelten Patent tealtd. 

784. Jambs Rae, of BlackwaQ, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer and Ship 
Builder, for an invention for — " Iraprovenients in the construction of iron ships." 

Lellerl Patent sealed. 



785. Amaslr Cvphibs Thi 

for an invention for — " Improver 
the machinery employed therein.' 

786. Jambs Bailsv, Edwa 
in the Coun^ of Lancaster, Machine Makers, for 
in machinery for driving grindsti^ncs and glazi 



LT, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Painteri 

a in the Manufacture of paper hauginfcs and in 

Leilprs Patent sealed. 






and Samuel Oudv, oil of Salford, 

mention for — " Improvements 

Leileri Patent Mealed. 



787- Samukl Bickk«tov, of Oldham, in the County of Lancaster, for an in- 
vention for-^ " A thermo-pncumatic lubricator fur oiling shafts, axles, machinery, Sie." 

Letters Patent tealed. 

788. Paul Michel, of Palis, in the French Empire, Dyer, for an invention for— 
" An improved neckcloth or tie. means of connecting ties to collars, and an improved 
collar." — A eommunieaHon from Ckaries Alfred Joniery, of Paris. 

Provisional praleclion only. 

789. Thomas Kay, of Oxenhope, near Keighley. in the County of York, Manager, 
for an invention for — " An improved method of producing or obtuning heat suitable 
for the singeing of yama and textile fabrics, wluch heat is also applicable to other 
heating purposes." Letters Patent seated. 

780. William Clabk, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex. En- 
gineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for—" Improvements in the pattern surfkcea 
or cards of jacquard apparatus." — A eomtuHnication, Provisional protettioa only. 

791. PiBRKS Ratel, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Gilder on Metals, for an 
ioventioQ for — " A new or unproved machiue for depositing gnun and manure." 

Letlert Patent sealed. 

702. Henbv WutrTLES, Engineer, Rochdale, Joseph Schofiblo, Manufocturer, 
Littleborough, Edml'n-d Leach, Manager, Littleborough, James Lord, Solicitor, 
Itochdale, aH in the County of Lancaster, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
certain parts of steam-engines." Letters Patent sealed. 

783. Thomas Si'Illbr, Esquire, of 5. Red lion Square, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, in the Parish of St. George the Martyr, for an invention for — " Exhibiting 
slides in the steroscope and preserving them from injury, to enable each slide to be 
conveyed to the point of view and then after wie deposit them each in its place in the 
box. without handling or exposing the slides to the chance of being soiled, keeping 
them always under cover in safety — a box 18 in. by 8 in. square will bold and exhibit 
near 1,000 slides." Provisional protection only. 

794. George Alfbbd Henky Dbak, of Il.Ludgate Hill, in the City of London, 
for an invention for — "An improvement in stereoscope's slides," 

Provisional protection only. 
796. Thomas Tavlobsdn Jopling, of Dunning Street. Biahopwennnouth, Iron 
Founder, for an inventioa for — " ImpiDVements io wster-cbsets." 

Lellert Patent sealed. 

»8 



62 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Bbooman. 
Idth April 1858. 



SCHAFBR. 
SCHAFBR. 

13th April 1858. 

Yardin. 
Idth April 1858. 

Ayrhford. 
13th April 1858. 

Nbwton. 
13th April 1858. 



Armstrong. 
Galloway. 

I4th April 1858. 



Pyb. 

Smith. 
Croasdale. 
14th April 1858. 

UOLMBS. 
HOLLINSHEAD. 

14th April 1858. 

Mbnnonr. 
14th April 1858. 



Mennons. 

14th April 1858. 



GORHAM. 

14th April 1858. 

Osborne. 
Bell. 
14th April 1858. 

Gray. 
14th April 1858. 

Mather. 
Charlton. 
14th April 1858. 



Green. 

14th April 1858. 



708. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the C^ty of London, 
B.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention far — 
*' Improvements in cranes or apparatuses for raising and lowering weights." — A cam' 
municationfrom Jean Baptiste Borde, Letters Patent sealed, 

797. Philipp SchIfer, and Frederick Schafbr, of Brewer Street, in the 
County of Middlesex, Manufacturers of Travelling Bags, for an invention for — ^ Im- 
provements in fastenings for travelling hags, portmanteaus, and other like articles." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



798. Peter Allembert Yardin, of Moorgate Street, in the Citj of London, 
Truss Manufacturer, for an invention for — '' Improvements in trusses." 

Promsional protection oa/jr. 

799. Thomas Blake Ayshford, of No. 1, Britannia Road, Walham Green, 
Fulham, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for—'' Certain improvements 
in the construction of carriages called omnibuses." Provisumat protection omUf, 

800. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved means 
for operating railway brakes." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

801. Robert Armstrong, of North Woolwich, in the County of Essex, CSvil 
Engineer, and John Galloway, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, En- 
gineer, for an invention for — '* Improvements in apparatus and furnaces for heating, 
welding, or melting metals, parts of which improvements are i4pplicable to other 
furnaces." Provisional protection onlf, 

802. George Pye, of Blackburn, Robert Smith, of Longridge, near Preston, 
and Benjamin Croasdale, of Whitton, near Blackburn, all in the Connty of 
Lancaster, for an invention for — '' Improvements in looms." Letters Patent seaJed, 



803. William Cartwright Holmes, and William Hollinshbad, of Hud- 
dersfield, in the County of York, Engineers, for an invention for — *' Improvements in 
the manufacture of metal castings." Letters Patent seated, 

804. Marc Antoine Francois Mennons, of the British and Fordgn Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de TEchiquicr, Paris, in the Empire of France, and 4, South 
Street, Finsbury, London, E.C., for an invention for — " Improvements in obtaining 
motive-power, and in apparatus connected therewith." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only, 

805. Marc Antoine FRAN901S Mennons, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de PEchiquier, Paris, in the Einpire of France, and of 4, South 
Street, Finsbmry, London, E.C., for an invention for — '* Certain improvements in 
voltaic batteries." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 



806. John Gorham, of Tunbridge, in the County of Kent, Surgeon, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in optical instruments, by the revolution of which 
various designs or patterns may be produced to the eye." Letters Patent sealed, 

807. Thomas Osborne, and Robert Alexander Bell, both of Derby, in the 
County of Derbyshire, Engineers, for an invention for — '* An apparatus for suddenly 
detaching railway carriages or waggons." . Provisional protection oslff. 

808. John Gray, of Uddingston, in the County of Lancaster, North Britain, 
Agricultural Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in ploughs." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

800. Colin Mather, of Salford Iron Works, Salford, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Macliinist, and Henry Charlton, of Blackfriars Street, Manchester, in the 
County of Lancaster, Callcndercr and Finisher, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in apparatus for drying cotton, linen, wool, yam, seed, and other articles." 

Letters Patent sealed,. 

810. Edward Green, of Wakefield, in the County of York, Engineer, for an 
invention for — ** Improvements in implements for harrowing, pulverizing, deaning, 
and breaking up land." Letters Patent setded,. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTEl5. 



Knicut. 

Uth AprU 185S. 



Newton. 
14th April ISSlfl. 



Pbbbton. 

M'Grboob. 

15th April 185lit. 



COWBLL. 

ISth April 1858. 



15tli April 1S6S. 



Spbrcb. 
15th April 1858. 



Nkwtow, 
15th April 1858, 



Dub A NT. 
IMh April 1858. 



16th April 1853. 



UODGKS. 

IGih April 1B58. 



16th AptU 1S58. 



M6tb Afril 18^. 



Bll. John Hfnbv Johnson, of -ir, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the Connty of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Stjeet, in the City of GlasHOW, North Britain, 
Geiitletnnn, for an invention for — " Improvements in Bewing-mBchlneB." — A communi- 
ration from Samuel Comfort, junior, nf MorrysmlU, Ppitnsyfean ' 



812. John K.vioiit, of Woodho 
aster. Bleacher and Finisher, for a 
<r apparatus for scouring, tvaahing, a 



ISC Milts, near Rochdale, in the Count)' of Lan. 
1 invention for — "' Imprm'ements in machinery 
id cleaning textile fabrics." 

Leita-t Patent lealed, 

813. ALrRBD Vincent Nbwton, of the OiEcfl for Patents, 6C, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Ira- 
provcments in rotary pumps." — A eommunicalion. Letters Patent ttaled. 

814. Cmahlks Davieh, of Duffryn, William Jones, of Caerleon, and John 
JoMis, of Maindee, near Newport, all in the County of Monmouth, for an inven- 
tion for — "An improved method of finishing tinned leme or lead plates, without the 
use of grease." Proeitiojial protection onlg. 

815. Frakcis Pbbbton, of the Ci^ of Mancheeter, Mechanical Engineer, uid 
William M'Ghegor, of the same place, Mechanic, for an invention for — " Im- 
[irovenients in machinery for foi^ng and cutting files," Letter* Paint sealed. 

Sia. Fkederick Samsom Thomas, of Junction Street, Kentish Town, in the 
County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — " An improved mode of 
propelling carriages upon raiUvaya." Proeintnutl protectiim otiiy. 

817. Lamobht Cowsll, of Ailelphi, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for 
an invention for — " An instrument or nippcra for cutting the wired, corded, or like 
fastenmgs of corked bottles." Letters Patent lealtd. 

818. John Mbyers, of Westraorclanil Pliu-e, City Road, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Furrier, for an invention for — " Improvements in the treatment of dark fur 
skius in order to render tlicm more highly ornamental." Letters Patent tealed, 

in the County of Middlecex, 

in the pedestals and journal 

Jacob Conradt Geisendorff, t^ 

Lettert Patent sealed. 

820. William EnwAno Nbwton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Certain improve- 
ments in boots, shoes, and other coverings for the feet."—.! comntHnicatioa. 

Jjellert Patent sealed. 

821. John Harris, of Woodside, near Darlington, Civil Engineer, and Thomaa 
Sl'.mmeubon, of Haughtoii-lc-Skcmc, near Darlington, aforesmd. Iron Founder, for 
an invention for — " An improvement in railway chairs." Letters Patent sealed, 

822. Anouish lloNOVH Augustus Durast, Esquire, of the ConsenatJve Club, 
St. James's, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improved appa- 
ratus for husking and winnowing castor (and other) seeds and berries," 

Letters Patent sealed. 



81B. William Si-bkce, of 50, Chancery Lane, 
Patent Agent, for on invention for — " Improvement 
boxes of railway ewriages." — A communication from 
Cincinnati, Ohio, United Slates. 



8 Boot, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lancas- 

n invention for — " Improvements in machinery or ap|iamtui 

Procisional protection only. 

■ B IloDGBH, of the City of Manchester, in the County of 
nd Manufacturer, for an invention for—" Improvements in 
mbroidering." ProoiiiontU prolrttion only. 



823. Alprrd Jam 
ter, Mark Maker, for 
for making labels." 

824. John Gahdinb I 

Lancaster, Merchant and ', 
m.vhinery or apparatus for 

826. PBTBBBROTHEHiiooii.ofCliippenham, in the County of Wiltshire, Engineer, 
for an invention fur — " Lnprovements in tho cunstrtiction of lueomutivo and other 
steam-boilers." Letters Patent sealed 

628. Gbohob Gibson Bho\i'n, of -25, Wickliam Terrace, New Cross. Depl/ord, 
I tot m iaventton for — " Itnprovctneuts in ships' biunulus," Letters Patent 



I 



i^kft 




54 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



16ch April 1858. 



Pbick. 
16ch Apnl 185& 

Prick. 
16lh Apfil 1856. 

Pbick. 
l&th Apnl 1858. 

J0B2C80X. 

16th Apcil 1858. 



Lum. 

17th April 1858. 

Sank. 
I7th April 1858. 

Grassat. 

17th April 1858. 

LUTl^RBAU. 

' 17th April 1858. 



Gilbert. 
17th April 1858. 



Chalmbbb. ' 
Swallow. 
17th April 1858. 

Bancroft. 
17th April 1858. 

Churn. 
17th April 1858. 

Carron. 
17th April 1858. 

Memnoms. 
17th April 1858. 



Mbnnons. 
17th April 1858. 



in the Countj of Kcnt» Chcmirtylbr 
and wnfHmg of oatain a rgqitife f o oi 

Letters Paiemi 



BSn. Gbobgb Walkbb, of Edgfaaston, near Kmuogham, in tiie Conntj ci War- 
wick, for an inrention for — ** An improred union ^yparaftna for firaning and pofiahing 
knirca and forlu, and boota and ahoea^ and which 8iid appantna ia alao appficmMefor 
ihafpening kmrei, and aharpentng or ckaning other artkjea.'* — Letters Pmtemt aeaUL 

828. Abtlet Pastox Pbicb, of Margate, in the Coontj of Kent, Chemiat, for an 
inrention for — ** Improrementa in the treatment of certain sine orea and compoonda 
of zinc, and in the mannfiKitare of sine and oxide of ainc." Letters Pmtemi bmML 

889. AsTLBT Pabtox Pbicb, of Margate, in the County of Kent, Qicniiat^ for 
an invention for — " IminoTenienta in obtaining cadmium and certain co mp ound! 
thereof." 

880. Abtlbt Pabtox Pbicb, of 
inrention for — ** Improreiiienta in the 
or tilTcr ores." 

831. JoHX Hexrt Johxsox, of 47, Uncoln's Inn Fielda» in the County of Mid- 
dleaez, and ci 166, Budianan Street, m the City of Gkagow, North Biilain, Gcntfe- 
man, for an invention few — " Improvements in preparing printing-aurfooeB.'* — A 
ctmMmmie atiiomJrom Jokm M'Elkeram^ (^Brooklyn, ia tke Cmmtf qf Kimg^ mmd St^te 
of New York, Cmted States afAmerietu Letters Pmtemi settled. 

882. Jozi Luis, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Carendish Square, in the Counfy of 
Middkaex, for an indention for — ** A new aystem of window-lramea for laihnqr oar- 
riagea." — A com mmmie atunL. Letters Patent seakd, 

883. EuGBXB Fbak^oib Sanb, Engineer, veaiding at l^pcmay (ManeX in ^ 
Empire of France, for an invention for — " An apparatua aerving to meaoie upon a 
large scale the smallest pressions of any fluid matters." Letters Patent sealed, 

834. Jacqubb Gbasbat, residing at Iviy, Rue dn Chevakiet, 7» Pkib (Sdne]^ in 
the Empire of France, for an inyention for — ** Hanginga and all sorts of p^wra made 
waterproof by a new process." Letters Patent sealed, 

836. Adolphb AxDBifc LuriBBAu, reading at Psria, Rue de la Gontte d'Qr, 
26, Chapelle St. Denis, Seine, in the Empire of France, Engraver, fen* — ** An inven- 
tion for the purpose by madiinery to polish, wholy or partly, leather, paper hanging, 
and all other febril stuff, that is to ssj, that a piece can be polished in several paiti 
leaving spaces unpolished." Letters Patent sealed, 

836. Francois Charles Gilbert, residing sX Paris (Petite Villette), Rue da 
I D^xHoir, No. 44, Seine, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — ** A dinn- 

fecting composition to purify water^osets and all insalubrious placea." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

837. David Chalmers, of tiie City of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Machinist, and John Thbophilus Swallow, of the same place. Cotton Waste 
Dealer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in looms." Letters Patent sealed. 

838. GfEOROB Wood Bancropt, of Bow Road, in the County of Middleaez, Gen- 
tleman, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the construction of certain parts of 
railway carriages to ensure safety in travelling," ^ Provisumal protection oalf. 

830. John Richard Churn, tiie younger, of Birmingham, in the County of 
Warwick, Auctioneer and Surveyor, for an invention for — ^''A new or improved 
chimney pot or top." Letters Patent sealed. 



840. William Carron, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwidc, Marhmifi^ 
for an invention for — "Improvements in constructing moulds for casting nails, 
spikes, and bolts." Letters Patent seated. , 

841. Marc Antoinb Fran^oib Mennonb, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de TEchiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for 
— "A certain medicinal compound for the treatment of epilepsy." — A rosiBiBsi 
cation. Conqflete specification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

842. Marc Antoine Francois Mennons, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de I'Echiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for 
— <* An improved system of portable tents for military and other puipoaea."— ul 
commmication. Coa^plete ^^ee^catumi Letters PatmtseaUd. 



MXNNONS. 

17lh April 1H68. 



Hawked. 
17lh April 1858. 



17th April 1858. 



Luck. 
l;th April 1868. 



Latham. 
l7thApril18^ 



Ulh April 1858. 



Westiibao. 
Dainxh. 
I9th April 1858. 



RiDaWAY. 
19th April 1858. 



Harbihom. 
I9th April 1858. 



HoWORTH. 

19th April 185rt. 



Edwards. 
1 9th April 1858. 



I9thAprill85«. 



HaHTof. 
19th April 1858. 



843. Marc An'th'ne Francois Mennonci, of the British and Fnretgn Pntcn 
Offices, 39, Kue de I'Echiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention 
for — " An ini|)roveiI subititute for the pulverioed cotton and wool employed in the 
manufacture of felted tisBUes, (tapers, and other fabrics." — A communication. 

ComplfU iprcificalion ; Lrllrrs Patetti teatnl, 

844. CuARLR9 Hawker, of Fiabboume. in the Pariah of Binstead, in the Isle of 
Wight, in the Coimly of Southampton, Salt Manufucturef, for an invention for 
— " An iwproved manufacture of cartridge for flre-arms." — Pirtly a commM»ieatio« 
from Thnmas Parry Hmcker. iMters Palenl staled. 

846. John Hrnhv Johnson, of, 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of \(A, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britun, 
Gentleman, for Rn invention for — " Improvements in sewin)(-machines." — A communi- 
ealion. Lttlert Patent teaJed. 

846. Thomao LircR, of Spalding Common, in the County of Lincoln, Agricultural 
Implement Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for raJting 
and seeding land." Ltttera Palml ualtd. 

847. William Latkau, of Russell Courts Dnuy Lane, in the County of 
Middletex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of hats and 
caps." Letlert Patent tvoied. 

848. JosiAii Georcb Jsnnikgs, of Holland Street, Blackfriara, in the County 
of Surrey, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of 
sewers, culverts, arches, and other similar structures, and in the mantifacture of 
blocks of clay, pottery, and other similar wares suitable to be used in such con- 
structions." Letters Patent sealtd, 

846. Marci;!! Brown Westhead. of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Merchant, and Uvgu Bainbs, of the same place. Gentleman, for an invention for 
— " Certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for the prevention of act^dents 
applicable to hoisting and other liftinR machines employed in connection with 
rwlways or other places where heavy bodies reiiuiro to be moved from one level to 
another." Protruionat protecli/m only. 

8EO. John Drakr, Junior, of lluddersSeld. in the County of York, Mechanic, 
tor an invention for^-" Improvement* in sewing machines." 

Procinonal protection only. 

851. William H. Ridgway, of F^ast View Place, Hanley, Staffordshire, for an 
invention for—" Improved apparatus for opening the covers of jugs." 

Leftert Patent ttaled. 

862. WiLMAM BrLLOucii, and Joseph Harrison, both of Blackburn, in the 
County of Lancaster, Machine Makers, for an invention for — " Certtun improvements 
in looms for weaving, and in machinery for ninding the cord used in the manufiuture 
of weavers' healds." Letteri Patent MttUfd. 

8B3. James Howorth, of Famworth, in the County of Lancaster, Tin Plate 
Worker, for an invention for — " Improved apparatus to ftcihtate the discharge of 
smoke and prevent its return, which sud apparatus is also applicable for tho 
ventilation of buildings." Provisional protection only. 

854. Mbnby Edwards, of Dalston, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for 
an invention for — " Iroprorementa in trowscta or other similar articles of wearing 
apparel." Letteri Patent teattd. 

866. Michael Hbsry. of 77, Fleet Street, in the City of London, Patent ^^nt, 
for an invention for — " Imjirovements in the manufacture of candles and in preparing 
materials for the same, and in appaiatus employed therein."— .^ coinniunicnfion/rom 
P. A. de Gemini. Letteri Patent tealed 

866. Martin Rowan, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, Engineer, and 

Thomas Rogers Horton, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Engineer, 

for — " Improvements in steom-enginea and boilers." 

Lettert Patent sealed and spefifieation filed, by order 



I 



56 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Calver. 
19th April 1868. 



Armstrong. 
19th April 1858. 

Clark. 
19th April 1858. 



Derogy. 
20th April 1858. 



Whiteley. 
20th April 1858. 

X^LARK. 

20th April 1858. 



Clark. 
20th April 1858. 



Peacock. 
20th April 1858. 

FiNLAYSON. 

20th April 1858. 

Smith 
20th April 1858. 

MOORB. 

20th April 1858. 

Lbadbettbr* 

Terry. 

20th Ai^ 1858. 

Rawstorne. 
20th April 1858. 



Adkins. 
Buss. 
2l8t April 1858. 

Ogilvib. 
Richardson. 

21st April 1858. 

Shrimpton. 
21it April 1858. 



857. Edward Killwick Calver, of Sunderland, Master in the Rojal Nafj, 
and Admiralty Surveyor, for an invention for — *' Improvexneots in the fomiatioa 
of harbours of refuge, which improvements are also applicable as a wave screen in 
other situations." Leiiers Patemi seakd, 

858. John Armstrong, of 15, Nelson Street, Sunderland, for an invention 
for — '' Improvements in apparatus used for preserving timber." 

hHten Paiemt wealed. 

869. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — "A new instniment for taking 
the altitude of the sun, to be termed the Uelypsometer." — A cammumiciUum^ 

Letters Patent eeaied, 

860. Eugene Derogy, of No. 33, Quai de I'Horloge, Paris, in the Empire 
of France, Manufacturing Optician, for an invention for — '' Improvements in 
instruments and apparatus applicable to photographic purposes." 

Letters Patent seated. 

861. John Whiteley, of Stapleford, in the County of Nottingham, Lace 
ManufEicturcr, for an invention for — ''An improvement in machinery for the mann-^ 
facture of looped fabrics." Letters Patent sealed. 

862. William Stettinius Clark, of the Atlas Works, Upper Ptek Place, 
Dorset Square, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — ** A nautical safe 
and life preserver." — A commtmication from F. C. SnUtk of the City qf IVheelmg, 
United States of America, ProuisUmal protection oahf. 

863. William Stettinius Clark, of the Atlas Works, Upper Park Place, 
Dorset Square, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — ^"An improved 
cultivator tooth for agricultural purposes." — A commMmeation from Peter Hannoff 
of Washington City, America. Provisional protection only. 

864. Ralph Peacock, of New Holland, in the County of Lincoln, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for preventing smoke in famacei, 
and in effecting a more perfect combustion of fiiel." Letters Patent sealed. 

866. George Finlayson, of Gighty Bum, in the Coanty of Forfar, Norft 
Britain, Millwright, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus 
for sowing or depositing seeds in land." Letters Patent sealed. 

866. John Baptist Smith, of Hockley, near Birmingham, in the County 
of Warwick, Agent, for an ipvention for — *' Improvements in adjusting the position 
of pendent and other lamps." Letters Patent sealed. 

867. Daniel Moore, of Brooklyn, in the County of Kings, and State of Nev 
York, United States of America, for an invention for — ''An improvement in fire 
tongs." Letters Patent sealed. 

868. James Leadbbtter, of Leeds, in the County of York, Braxier, and 
George Terry, of the same place. Ironmonger, for an invention for — '' bnprove- 
ments in the manufacture of metallic trunks and other receptacles for property." 

Provisional protection only. 

869. James Rawstorne, of Abingdon Villas, Kensington, in the County of 
Middlesex, a Captain in the Royal Navy, for an invention for—'' Improved mesm 
for stopping or retarding the progress of ships or vessels." 

Provisional protection osly. 

870. John Adkins, of Church Street, Islington, in the County of Middlesex, 
Gentleman, and Thomas Odemcy Lebert Buss, of Hatton Garden, in the ssme 
County, Specific Gravity Instrument Maker, for an invention for — '* Certain improre- 
ments in ships' compasses." Letters Patent sealed, 

871. Alexander Ogilvie, Machinist, of Denmark Street, Soho Square, and 
John Richardson, Drying Machine Manufacturer, of No. 449, New Oxford Street^ 
both in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatut 
for working steam-engines." Provisional protection onhf. 

872. Alfred Shrimpton, of No. 112, Stanley Street, Pimlico, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in the manu- 
facture of metallic bedsteads and other articles for sitting, lying, or reclining upon.** 

Provisional protection only^ 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



57 



Ross. 
21rt Apiil 1858, 



COPCUTT. 

- 21it April 1958. 



BoxBEv. 
21rt April 1S58. 



2Ut April 1858. 
21at April 1858. 

Parxbr. 
Slat April 1858. 

Bi*uop. 
S3nd A|Hil 1658. 



HtlTCHIBDN. 

< 2Snd April 1858. 

Cuiso. 
22iia April 1858. 
Chattbbton. 
22nd April 18S8. 

GiLMorR. 
23&d April 1858. 

Smith. 
22nd April 1858. 

GtLHODB. 

• 22nd April 1858. 

Madcbt. 
22nd April 1858. 

Dk Sabgheh. 
22nd April 1858. 

Bbck. 
' 22ndAprm858. 



Karrincton. 
aJnd April 185^. 



873- Mabia Ross, of Gallowtrce Gate, Leicester, for on int^cntion for — " Ini- 
provcmeDta in tlic miLtiufiu:tuce of frames for looking-glasses, picturFs, and other 
reprcaentiitions." Letters Patent sealrd, 

874. James Copcutt, of 50, St. John Street, Clerkcnwell, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the mRnufacturc of gas and in 
the apparatus employed therein." httlers Patent lealed. 

875. William Henhv Fox Talhot, of Lacock Abbey, in the County of Wilts, 
Esijuire, for an invention for—" Improvements in the art of engravinB." 

Ijetleri Patent lealed. 

876. James Horsey, of Greek .Street, in Ihe County of Middlesex, India-rubher 
Manu&ctnrcr, fur an invention for — " Improi-emcnts in India-rubber and other 
pouchea, and in clastic band or Tin;^ fastenings for pouclies." Ijttlert Pateat xcaled. 

877. EuwARD Gbbsn, and Edward Green, the younger, both of Wakefield, in 
the County of York, Engiiiccrs, for an invention for — "' Ini[>rovements in apjiuratuses 
for generating and su[>crlicating steam and fur heating." Letters Patent sealed. 

876. Joseph James Lake, of Newgate Street, in the City of London, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " An Improved arrangement of punches and dies in ryclet 
machines." Proeitional prolertion only. 

619. Benjamin Parkkh, of ClapLam, and Millivall, Poplar, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the permknent way nf railways." Letters Potrat cealid, 

880. WiLMAM Bisiior, of Doston, in the County of Ltncolnihiie, Gentleman, 
for an invention for—" Improvements in machinery or apparatus for ticketing or 
labeling spools, bobbins, or reels, far adjusting tlie siic thereof, for sampling jiatterns, 
for printing labels or tickets, affixing {>ostage or other stamps or labels, for cutting 
their edges, and dividing them into given (juantitjcs and sizes." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

881. Thomas Hutchifon, of the firm of Hutchison and Korr, of Paisley, in the 
County of Henfrcv, North Britain, Shawl Manufacturers, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in shnwla." Procisiotial jiroleetion onli/. 

882. Samuel Clecg, uf Dover Cottage, Putney, in the County of Surrey, for an 
invention for — " Imprc.vcment* in gas meters." Lttten Patent sealed. 

883. John CttA-iTxaToN, of 7. Devonshire Street, Islington, In the County of 
Middlesex, for an invcntiim for — " Improvcmenta in combining and coating insulated 
metal conductors for electric tclegmphs." Letters Patent sealed. 

i. of the State of Maasochnsetts, of the United States uf 
ir — " A telegraph cable or rope shackle." 

Letters Patent staled. 
885. George Smith, of Morriston, near Sntnsco, in the County of Glamorgan, 
Manager of Spelter Works, for an invention for — " Iniprovementa in the manufacture 

Letters Patent sealrd, 

of the State of Massachuaetli, of the United .States of 

A new and usefiil or improved messenger shackle 

Complete speeificalion ; Letters Patent sealed. 

of Paris, in the Empire of France, Optidan, for a 



America, for ai 



nfor— 



of 

888. George G 
America, for an inv 
block." 

887. PrERRB M 
vention for—" Improvements in diaphragms or optical instruments." — Partly a 
m'lniratioa. Letters Patent sealed. 

888. Henry Andrew de Sabghcr. of Brussels, in the Kingdom of Belgium, 
Gentleman, for an Inventinn fur — " A composition proper to prevent the incrustation 
of ateam-boilers." Letters Patent sealed. 

889. Wix-HAM Beck, of New Voik, in the United .States of America, Manufac 
turcr, for an Invention for — " Improved machinery for (leaving fringes and other 
fabrics," — A eommunictttian. Proritional protection only. 

800. Pikrrb EnSBST Aimont. of Paris, in the French Empire, Civil Engineer. 
for an invention for—" Improvements in railway indicating and signalling appa* 
raluBCs." letters Patent sealed, 

891. TtscoTiiV HARRtsoTON, of DorsT, in the County of Kent. Engineer, for an 
invention for—" An improved raclhoil of ventilating the hold and other parts of 
ihlpa," PnmnoiuU protection tmly. 



-58 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF. 



Paddon. 

22ndAprill858. 

Stocks. 
Kays. 

22nd April 1858. 

DONKIN. 

22nd April 1858. 



GiteBNSHIELDS. 

23rd AprU 1858. 

Ryder. 

2drd April 1858. 



Atkinson. 
23rd April 1858. 

SiLLBM. 

23rd April 1858. 

PiRSSON. 

23rd April 1858. 

Foster. 
23rd April 1858. 



Jenkin. 

23rd April 1858. 

York. 
23rd April 1858. 

Lungley. 
2drd April 1858. 

Stock BR. 
24th April 1858. 



Maitre. 

24th April 1858. 

Luis. 
24th April 1858. 

BODMER. 

24th April 1858. 



882. John Birch Paddon, of Gray's Inn Road, in the Couniy of Middlesex, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " An improvement in gas regulators." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

898. Jambs Stocks, of Berry Brow, in the County of York, Platelayer, and 
Charles Kaye, of Lockwood, in the same County, Wagon Builder, for aa inven- 
tion for — ** Improvements in apparatuses for coupling and uncoupling wagons and 
carriages on railways." ProtnsUmal protectitm omlf/. 

884. Thomas Donkin, of the firm of Bryan Donkin & Company, of Bennond- 
sey, in the County of Surrey, Engineer, for an invention fbr — " Improvements in 
apparatus employed in the manufacture of paper, applicable iJso to 4»ntrcAing the 
motion of travelling webs and fabrics." — A communication from Gabriel Pldneke. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

885. Thomas Grbenshiblds, of No. 11, Little 'Htchfield Street, London, fbr an 
invention for — *' Improvements in purifying gas produced from coal and obtaining 
ammoniacal and other alkaline salts." Letters Patent sealed, 

896. William Ryder, of Bolton-le-Moors, in the County of Lancaster, Spindle 
and Flyer Maker and Iron Founder, for an invention for — " Improvements in prepar- 
ing moulds and moulding-boxes for casting metal or other mat^ials." 

Proinsional protection only. 

897. Charles Atkinson, of Sheffield, in the County of York, Manufacturerj for 
an invention for — " A certain improvement in Venetian blinds." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

898. Herman James Sillem, of the firm of Fawcett, Preston, & O* of Liverpool, 
in the County of Lancaster, Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
the machinery for the manufacture of sugar." Letters Patent sealed. 

899. Joseph Poole Pirsson, of the City of New York, United States of America, 
Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the condensers of steam- 
engines." Letters Patent wealed. 

900. William Foster, of Black Dike Mills, near Bradford, in the Couniy of 
York, Spinner and Manufeicturer, for an invention for-^" Improvements in multi- 
tubular and other boilers, for the prevention of smoke and economizing fuel." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

901. Alfred Jenkin, of Carrick Mines, in the Couniy of Dublin, Mining En^^neer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in fmmaces for the reduction and calcination of 
lead, tin, and copper ores." Letters Patent sealed. 



902. John Oliver York, of Paris, Engineer, for an invention for — *' Improve- 
ments in obtaining power when bisulphuret of carbon is used." — A communieation 
from Bernard Hughes, of Rochester, New York, America. Letters Patent sealed. 

908. Charles Lungley, of Deptford Green Dockyard, Ship Builder, for an 
invention for — *' Improvements in the construction of portable ships and boats and 
their appurtenances." Letters Patent sealed. 

904. Alexander Southwood Stocker. of No. 18, Wimpole Street, Cavendish 
Square, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — ^ Improvements 
appertaining to articles to be affixed to boots and shoes and to the fbet of animals, and 
in the machinery and means employed for producing the same." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

905. Joseph Maitre, residing at Thieffirain (Aube), in the Empire of France, for 
an invention for — '* Proper apparatus for washing iron mineraL" 

Letters Patent sealed. 

906. Joz£ Luis, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for—*' A moderator piston." — A communication. 

Provisional protection oa/y. 

907. Rudolph Bodmer, of 2, Thavies Inn, Holbom, in the City of London, for 
an invention for — "An improved apparatus for removing sand and similar loose 
material from docks, rivers, and waterways." — A communication from Jokm Johnson, 
qf New York, in the United States of America, Engineer. Letters Patent sealed. 



LiLLYWHITB. 
WlBOKN. 

24th April 1858. 
24th Apnl 1858. 

HOHTON. 

24tli April 1868. 

Lawhoh. 
24th April 1858. 

26th April 1858. 



26th April lti68. 

FlBHBK. 

2Gth April 165B. 

Braid WOOD. 
26th April I85B. 

'Wkbtkrby. 
26tli April 1858. 

JONRB. 

26th April 1868. 



Emkby. 

26th April 1858. 



Seaman. 
26th April 1858. 



FOBTKB. 

26th April 1858. 



26th April 1858. 



Dob BON. 
S6th April 1858. 



908. Frkderick Lillywhitk, and John Wisdks, both of Caventry Street, 
in the County of Middteaex. Cricketing Outfitters, for an invantion for— "An im- 
proved apparatus for projecting cricket balls or other similar articles," 

Ltllers Patenl aealed. 



BOB. William Ala.nron Clark, of Bethanj', 
State of Connecticutt, United Sutea of " 
ments in expansive bits," 



the County of Newhsven, and 

an invention for — " Improve- 

hetters Patent tailed. 



910. John Hobtos. of Ashburton, in the County of Dcvoi 

;ion for — " An improved construction of horse hoe." 

911. John Lawbon, of Leeds, Machine Maker, for an invention fo^— " Improve- 
ments in machinery used in spinning fl« and other fibrous substances." — Partly a 
communicafion. Provisional protection only. 

912. Leopold Newton, of Oldham, in the County of Lancaster. Cotton Spinner 
lor an invention foi^-^" Improvements in cop tubes used in spinning machinery." 

ProvUional protection only. 

913. Bbnjamin Bdblkigh, and Fredbbic Ludw(g Danckell. of Great 
Geoi^e Street, Weetminster, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Im- 
)ro\-ements in filters." Pravinimal protection only. 

914. John Mabtvn Fishrb, of Taunton, in the County of Somerset, Manu^- 
tnrirg and Furnishing Ironmonger, for an invention for — " Improvements in chimney 
tops or cowls," Letters Patent staled. 

916. John Bbaidwoor, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " ImprovmneDtB in steam-boilers and fnrnaces." 

Letters Patent aealfd. 

916. JoBBPM Wbstehby, of HuddersGeld, in the County of York, Engineer, 
Tor an invention for — " Improved apparatus for lubricating pistons." 

Leitera Patent Mealed, 

917, Whicht Jones, of Pendleton, in the County of Lancaster, Braes and Iron 
Founder, for an invention for — " Improved machinety for ringing bells," 

Iiclters Patent sealed. 
919, William Abena Mabtiv, 16, Potris Street, Woolwich, in the County of 
Kent, Engineer, for an invention for — *' An unproved shoe scraper." 

Provisional protection only. 

919. Aaron Faulkner Ehbbv. of the StaU of Massachusetts, of the United 

States of America, for an invention for — "A new and useful or improved machine 

for sewing cloth or other materia." — A communication from iVilUam M. Horn, a 

resident of Ihe said State of ilassachusetts. 

Complete specification : Letters Patent sealed. 
930. JoBRPH Seaham. of the Britannia Iron Works, Bedford, in the County 
of Bedford, for an invention for — " Improvementa in machinery or apparatus for 
effecting the working or cultivation of land, and in the means of driving the same." 

Letters Paltnt sealed. 
ai. William Foster, of Lower Tower Street, Birmingham, in the County 
of Warwick. Cock Pounder, for an invention for — " An improved vent tap." 

Ijellers Patent lealrd. 
39. Edwin Evbtts Lbk, Die Sinker, Stamper, and Piercer, of Birmingbam. 
;he County of Warwick, for an invention for—" Certain improved modea of 
applying vitrifiabic materials for the ornamentation of metal buttons, clasps, and 
other articles of dress, and which said improvementa are also applicable to the 
ornamenting of gilt jewellery, book clasps, and roounts, and also parts of lamp stands, 
chandeliers, and oUier such like articles made in dies, moulded, or formed in any 
other way." Letters Patent sealed. 

88, Tromab Dobbon, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Eogioe 
Smith, for an invention for — " Imprm-emenU in machinery or apparatus for foiging 
J' Prooifional protection onlj/. 




60 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Newton. 
26th AprU 1858. 



Hunt. 
PociiiN. 
27th April 1858. 

WlilTB. 

27th Ajj^il 1858. 

Simons. 
27th April 1858. 

Vasserot. 
27th April 1858. 



Fraser. 

27th April 1858. 

Bennett. 

27th April 1858. 



Tovell. 
27th AprU 1858. 

Drukker. 
27th April 1858. 

Moss. 
27th April 1858. 

HULETT. 

27th April 1858. 

Sautter. 
27th April 1858. 

Keiller. 
27th April 1858. 

Newton. 
27th April 1858. 



Hughes. 
27th April 1858. 



Charpsntibr. 
27th AprJ 1858. 



924. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, G6, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvemoits 
in covering roofs and other parts of buildings with slate or other materials.'*— 
A communication, Provisiohal protection omif, 

925. Edward Hunt, and Henry Davis Pochin, both of Salford, in the 
County of Lancaster, Chemists, for an invention for — "Improvements in the 
treatment and application of resins and resinous substances." Letters Patemt sealed. 



926. Edmund White, of Bath, in the County of Somerset, Outfitter, for an 
invention for — '' Improvement-s in facilitating reference by means of indexes." 

Letters Paiemt sealed. 



927. Edward Simons, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufacturer, 
for an invention for — *' Improvements in cornices and cornice poles for window and 
other curtains." Provisional protectiom mUf, 



928. Charles Frederic Vasserot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand.. London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — "Improvements in the arrangement and con- 
struction of blast engines, pneumatic machines, and piunping engines generally."^ 
A communication from Messrs H, Thirion Sf Son, of Mirecourt, Vosges, m ike Ew^m 
of France, Letters Patemt sealed, 

929. John Eraser, Chemist, residing at Blue Vale Chemical Works, Gallowgate, 
Glasgow, in the County of lAuark, for an invention for — *' ImprovementB in the 
manufacture of nitrate of potass." Letters Patent sealed* 

930. James Henry Bennett, Engineer, 8, Vamburgh Place, Leith, in the 
County of Edinburgh, for an invention for — " An improved arrangement of safetjr 
valves for steam, gas, or any atreform or liquid body." 

Complete specification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

931. George Randfield Tovell, of Mistley, Essex, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in the construction of ships and other vessels." 

Provisional protection onlg. 

932. Bernard Drukker, of 116, High Street, Whitechapel, London, Shirt 
Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in making shirts." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

983. Mary Moss, of Number 15, Marlborough Place, Old Kent Road, in the 
County of Surrey, for an invention for — " Improvements in ladies' petticoats." 

Provisional protection onlf, 

934. John Hulett, in the employment of Richard Hellaby, of AldefBgate Street, 
in the City of London, Manufacturer, for an invention for — "An improvement in 
shirt collars." Provisional protection otUg, 

m 

936. Maurice Sautter, of Paris, Boulevart Montmartre, No. 14, for an in- 
vention for — "A new and useful improvement in diving bells." — A eommumicatum 
from Benjamin Maillefert, of Astoria, State of New York, Letters Patent sealed, 

936. Wedderspoon Keiller, of Dundee, and Perth, North Britain, ConfiBO- 
tioner, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for cutting, reducing, or 
dividing vegetable, animal, and other substances." Letters Patent sealed, 

937. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Impiovementi 
in machinery for splitting leather or skins." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

988. David Edward Hughes, of New York, in the United States of America, 
but now residing in London, Telegraphic Engineer, for an invention for — *• Improre- 
mcots in the means of and apparatus for transmitting signals and electric currents." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

989. Jean Francois Michel Charpbntier, of No. ^, Southampton Rot, 
Russell Square, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention Ibr— 
"A fire escape." Provisional protection ojiff. 



Mknkon^. 

Smh April 1S58. 



LlOHT. 

2 nth April 1^58. 

ToMtlNKOJJ. 

SStli April 1863. 

Vabsehot. 
K<ih April IBSS. 



2iHth April 1858. 

Tapi*. 
2Sth Aiml ISaa. 

WlNKLBB. 

2Slh April l!(59. 



' 28th April IS5H. 



Baktlxtt. 

', 29tb April 1858. 



BlHOKtt. 

39lb April 1858. 



Pkrsims. 

, 29th April 1858. 



Lawabncb. 
S9tb April 1868. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 61 

M.\RC AsToiNi! Fhax^ols Mkksonh, of tlie British and Foreiftn Patent 
, No. 'J'J, Riie du I'Echiquier, Paria, in the Empire of France, for an invention 
An iinitfOTed apparatus for the condcnaatioa of Brnoke." — A eommunicalion. 

Proritioaal proUction only. 
MarcAktoinb Fkan^ois Mrnnonk, of the British and Foreign Patent 
, No. 39, Rue de I'Echiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention 
An improved sapunaceuiia compound. "~vl communlciiUon. 

Propiiional pTolection only. 
Marc Antoisb Fkan^ois Mkxnoks, of the British and Foreign Patent 
, 'i'J, Rue dc I'Echiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for 
impcoved process for corobining silk with other textile suhatances." — A com- 

Paleat ttaleti, 

S43. Brooke Martin, and Charlbs Julian Liqht, both of Great George 
Street, Westminster, in the County of Middlesex, Engineers, for an invention for— 
" Iinjiroveinents in railway turntables." Letltrt Palenl xtaltd. 

inty of I^- 



IN, of the City of Manchester, in the Cm: 

— " Improvements in cop tuhcs and m the 
o manufacture the same." Letler* Patent scaled. 



&44. Enn-ABD Tomli 
caster. Engineer, for an 
machinery or apparatus 

945. CnABLKS FriSderic Vassbhot, of JS, Essex Street, Stnuid, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved waterproof fabric." — A com- 
mnnictttiim from JuUa Joseph de Frey, of Bordeaux, in the Empire of France. 

Proemonal prolettion only. 

846. WiLLrAM Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in railway 
crossings."-^ J commttiiiealion fTom Emile Poiret. hettert Patent tealed- 

847. Alfrrd Vincbst Nkwtos, of the Office for Patents, CC, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for (in invention for^" Cer- 
tain improvements in the construction of paddle -wheehi." — A communiea/inn. 

Lrttert Patent sealed. 

048. LuriB.v Tafi*, of Bordeaux (France), Retired Officer of the Navy, for nn 

iuvcniion for — " Improvements in ship building." Proeisional protection only. 

640. Alois Winkler, of Vienna, in the Austrian Empire, hut now residing in 
licicester Square, in the County of Middlesex, Manufacturer, for an invention for — 
" loiprovementB in printing or producing impressions in gold, silver, and oil colours, 
upon metallic plates, and in the mcchaniBra employed therein," 

Letters Patent sealed. 
, of -I?, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
I Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
— '■ Improiemenla in furnaces for the melting and 



660. John Hknrv Joiisao: 

Middlesex, and of 10(1, Buehana 
Gentleman, for an invention foi 
reduction of ateel, copper, line, a 
Aadrif. Mechanician, 



id other metals." — A eotnnmniealion froa Ckarltt 
Provisional protection only. 

951. John Martin, of Barmer, near Fukenham, in the County of Norfolk, 
Farmer, for Bii invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus fur reducini,', 
cutting, or pulping roots and other substances." Letters Patent seated^ 

953. Strmiik.v Bartlktt, of Nn. 135, Lupus Street, Pimlico, in tlic County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for forrainif gutta- 
percha soles and uniting them to the upper leathers of boots or shoes." — A com- 
munication. Provisional proterlion only. 

853. EnwATin Siuons, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manu- 
facturer, for an invention fur — " improvements in ordnance." 

Pronsinnal protection only, 

954. Angikr Mauch Pubkinb, of Francis Street. Gray's Ion Road, for an 
invention for—" Improvements in high pressure steam-engines." 

Letters Patent sealed. 
86B. Charlks Lawiikncb, of Honley, near HuddersHeld, in the County of 
York, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvemcnlg in steam-engines," 

Letter* Putent $eakd. 



Joe ANN Y, 

29th April W6S. 



29th Aptil 185S. 



29th April isSS. 



Elliott. 

ROBBRTflOM. 

30th Ai)ril 1868. 



De Brcn. 
' 30th April 1858, 



Peaucellisr. 
30th April 185S. 



HUGHBB. 

30th April lt468. 



Faucon. 
3Uth April 185.^. 



30th April 1858. 



Clark. 
30th April IB58. 



GoDBFRor. 
30th April ISfiS 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



96a. Robert Joranny, Engineer, of the City of Vienna, in the Empire of 
Austria, for an iuvention for — " Improvements in the construction of fumacea." 

LeltfTi Patmt ttaied. 

967. William Smith, of No. 18, Salisbury Street, Adelphi, Civil Enginwr, lor 
an invention for^" ImprovementB in spinning-niMQiinety."— J connuraicofHm/ram 
Joifph Harlog, of Routn, in the Empire of France. hettert Patent teaUd. 

958. William Smith, of 18, Salisbury Street, Adelphi, Civil Engineer, for 
an invention for — " Improiements in steam ploughs." — A comnmnieation from Peint 
KlingU, a cilisen of and resident in the United Stalei of America. 

Letter* Pateml nrakd. 

8B9. David Aulo, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, Engi. 
neer, for an invention for — " Improvements in working furnaces and steam-boiloi, 
and in apparatus connected therenith." 

Letters Patent sealed; sped^fication filed by order, 

980. R. B. IluYGENS DE LowKNDAL, of 89, Chanceiy Lane, London, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the construction of springs and for their new 
application to the working of machinery." Prorisional protection mdy. 

081, John CaADwrcK, of the City of Mancheattr, Silk Manufacturer, Arthl-r 
Elliott, of West Houghton, in the County of Lancaster, Mechanic, in the employ 
of the said John Chadwick, and William Robertson, of the City of Manchester, 
Mechanician, for an invention for — " Improvements in machines for ttviating and 

windinft silk direct from the cocoons, such machines being of the claas commonly 
knoivn as throstles," Letters Patent seated. 

083. JozE LuiB, of No, 1b, Welheck Street, Cai'endiah Square, in the Coun^ of 
Middlesex, for an invention for—" I'roper apparatus for separating the substances of 
different densities, among others may be mentioned pit coal from the alate which it 
contains." — A communication. Prooiional protection otdj. 

983, B8KJAMIN EootJARD Gcvot db Brun, residing at Pantin, Rue de Mont- 
reiul, 18 (Seine), in the Empire of France, for an invention for — " Leather tissue and 
other tissues rendered waterproof by a new process." Letters Patent staied, 

884. Benjamin Louis Auolstk Pbaucbllier, residing at Peris, Boulevard 
Bonne Nouvelle, No. 10, in the Empire of France, for a " 
proved plough." 

OSS, Edward Thomas Hughes, of the firm of Hughes and Son, Patent Agent, 
123, Chancery Lane, London, for an invention for — "An improved regulator and dual 

combined, ajiplicablc to the manufacture of paper." — A comiaunication Jrom Pierrt 
Deiiuelle, of Lyons, in the Empire of France. Letters Patent sealed. 

886. Jl-lbs Cerar Faucon, of Paris, in the French Empire, Iron Bedstead 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in bedsteads, bed-bottom^ 
seats, and articles for lying and rechning on." Provisional protection o»Iy. 

967. Jambs Chapman, Junior, of the North Foreland light House, in the puigb 
of Saint Peter's, Thanet, County of Kent, for an invention for — " Producing a sub- 
stance intituled felted woody fibre, convertible into useful articles, and applicttble U) 
the internal fittings and decorations of dwelling-houses." 

Provisional protection only. 

888. Georcb Henry Ellis, of New Malton, in the County of York. Iran- 
monger, for an invention for — " Improvements in cleaning boots and shoes by 
machinery, and in apparatus for the same, which is also applicable to cleaning other 
articles in domestic use." Xjettera Patent ttoM. 

960, William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middleaei, En- 
gineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " ImprovementB in obtaining motive 
power and in the apparatus connected therewith." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

970. Petbr Auccstin Godefbov, of 3, King's Mead Cottages, in the County 
of Middlese-Y, OperativE Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the mode 
of separating vegetable tcom animal fibres or fabrics." Proritionai pnleetvm otUji. 



Letters Patent sealid. 




^ Deuanbt. 
30th April 1858. 



Wabdbi.1.. 



• lat May 1958. 

HopKtKSOH. 

iBt Maj 1856. 

Grsgokv. 
' !»t M«y 1858. 

Habtmann, 
, ard Mft]' 1M58. 

SCMLBICKKB. 

- 3rd May 1S58. 



Etchblls. 

CoNflTBBDlNK. 

Cattbll. 
:inl May Itl50. 



Tayloii. 
3nl May 185S. 



A P POLO. 

• 3rd May 1858. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOE AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



971. Charlkk Armand Josrpk Dbmambt. of No. 43, Ru de la Science 
Brusaels, LJeutcnant^Colonel of the Corps du G^ie, in the Ben'ice of Ilia Majesty 
the lvia){ of the Belgians, for-^" An iavention for the extraction of ooals and miuersts 
from mines.'' Proeitional protection onlg. 

972. John Ubnry Johnhon, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the Couoty of 
Middlesex, and of 1G6, Buclianan Stnet, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Imjirovements in suapenaion bridges. "^*j1 com- 
mvHicatioa from FreidHck Scknirch, of Vienna, in the Empire of AustHa. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

873. Andrsw Smith, of Mauchline, in the Coun^ of Ayr, North Britain, 

ManufactuKr of Hootch fancy wood work, for an invention for—" Improremcnts in 

valves." Lelleri Palntl sealed. 



974. Joi 



i Phv 



other watercourses." 



4oNt, of Crooked Lane, in 
Improvements in appantu 



the City of London, Mechanist, for 

I for catching fish in tidal rivers and 

Propieional protection only. 



876. RoDBKT Wardeli., of Stanivick, near Darlington, in the County of York, 

or on invention for — " Inipruicments in reaping-machines." Letters Patent sealed. 



070. RODEH 

nd Draughtsn 



Illingworth, of Blackburn, in the County of Lancaster, Engineer 
n, for an invention for — " Imjirovements in safety valves." 

Letlert Patent $ealed. 

077. William Spkncb, of 50, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 

Patent A^cnt, for an invention for — " Improvements in the production and apph- 

cation of a material called French purple, and in the process employed in obtaining 

it." — '') conunufiiciifion. Letters Patent tented. 

978. Lron Talabot, of No- 57, Rue de la Chauss^e d'Antin, Paris, Merchant, 
for an invention for — *' Improvements in rolling railway and other bars." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

B78. WtLLiAU HoPKiNSox, and Joiis Dewhuhst, both of the Mayfleld Print 
Works, Manchester, in the County of Laiicaater, Engineers, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in ajiparatus for consuming smoke." Letters Patent sealed. 

980. Frederick MtcitAEL Grbgorv. of Shavington, near Market Drayton, in 
the County of Shropshire, for an invention for — " Improvements in chaff-cutting 
machines." Proritioaal protection anli/. 

981. Jl-les Albert Hartmank, Chemist, of Mulhonse, a Town of France, for 
an invention for— " Improvements in preparing and combining colours for printing 
cotton cloth." Letters Patent sealed. 

882. Charles Schleicher, of Bellevall^e, near the Town of Aix-hi-Chapelle, 
in the Kingdom of Prussia, for an invention for — "An improved machine intended 
to make the points of needles, pins, and all other similar articles." 

Letlert Patent tealed. 

883. Saml'el Etckrllb, of the Town and County of the Town of Nottingham, 
Engineer, Abraham Consterdinb, also of the Town and County of the Town 
of Nottingham, Working ^imith, and Samubl Cattbll, of Radford, in the County 
of Nottingham, Engine Smith, for an invention for — " A reversing water tubs iron 
to work with single blast or double blast as occasion may require, and an arrange' 
ment of water tube iroua and parts connected therewith." 

Prorisional protection only. 

884. Edwars Svkkcib Tbowbr, of Stansteadbury, near \Yan, in the County 
of Hertford, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus fur treating flax, 
hemp, and other fibrous matters requiring like treatment," Jjettert Patent sealed. 

986. John Tavlob, of Roupell Park, Stieatham Hill, in the County of Surrey, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in stoves and fire-places." 

Lettert Patent sealed. 

886. JouK Gbobqb Ai-PoLn, of Wilson Street, Flnsbury Square, in the County 
of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — "Improved apparatus for laying 
submarine telegraphic cables." Letter* Point ttakd. 



64 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Clark. 

3rd May 1858. 



Smethurst. 
4th May 1858. 

Swain. 
Swain. 

4tli May 1858. 

Morrison. 
4tli May 1858. 



Me ALL. 

4th May 1858. 



Newton. 
4th May 1858. 



Thom. 
Phillips. 

5fch May 1858. 

Sharp. 
5th May 1853. 

Ross. 
5th May 1858. 

Archibald. 
5th May 185S. 



Johnson. 

5th May 1858. 



Preston. 
5th May 1858. 

Hollands. 
iih May 1 858. 

Lawson. 
Robinson. 
5th May 1858. 

HOLSTEAD. 

5th May 1858. 



987. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middkter, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — ''Improvements in aepanting 
and in otherwise treating matters in a state of fusion, and in appamtus for tlie 
same." — A communication from Alphonse Antkelme Antoine de Rostaing, 

Letters Patent wealed, 

988. Joseph Smethurst, of Guide Bridge, in the County of Lancaster, Engineer, 
for an invention for — ** Certain improvements in boilers for generating steam." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

989. John Swain, of Hyde, in the County of Chester, Ironfounder, and Matthew 
Swain, of Dukinfield, in the same County, Engineer, for an invention for — ** Certain 
improvements in metallic pistons." Letters Patent sealed, 

990. William Henry Morrison, of Nottingham, Manufacturer, for an inv«a- 
tion for — " Improvements in means or apparatus employed in the manufacture of 
bonnet and cap fronts, rouches, and such like articles of millinery." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

991. Henri Lucien Meall, of No. 3, St. Matthew's Place, Hackney Road, 
in the County of Middlesex, Surgeon, for an invention for — ''Improvements in 
spring fastenings suitable to be used for dresses, brooches, and other purposes." 

Provisional protection onfy, 

992. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — "Improved ap- 
paratus for mixing and moulding materials for the manufacture of ftiel, parts of which 
apparatus are applicable to moulding bricks and other analogous articles." — A co«- 
munication. Letters Patent sealed. 



998. David Thom, and George Aldcroft Phillips, both of Pendleton, in the 
County of Lancaster, Soap Manufacturers, for an invention for — " Improvements ia 
apparatus for bleaching and raising oil and fat." Letters Patent sealed, 

994. Richard Sharp, of Lowthcr Street, Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, 
Piano-forte Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in piano-fortes." 

Provisional protection oa^. 

995. William Ross, of Glasgow in the County of Lanark, North Britain, Biasi 
Founder, for an invention for — " Improvements in taps or valves.'* 

Letters Patent sealed, 

996. Charles Dickson Archibald, of Rusland Hall, in the County Palatine 
of Lancaster, England, at present at New York, United States of America, Esquire, 
for an invention jfbr — ** A new and improved mode of treating air and gases, and 
applying the same for purposes of motive force." — A communication from Henry Mnmro 
Paine, of Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. 

Letters Patent sealed ; specification filed by order. 

997. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentle- 
man, for an invention for — " Improvements in signal and indicating apparatus for 
railways." — A communication from Henry Maule, of Philadelphia, in the United States 
of America. Provisional protection only. 

993. Thomas Preston, of Nottingham, Manufacturer, for an invention for— 
*' Improvements in the manufacture of cut pile fabrics in warp machines." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

999. William Simon Hollands, of 5, Anchor Terrace, Mawbey Road, Old 
Kent Road, in the County of Surrey, for an invention for — "Improvements in 
extracting and purifying oils and fatty matters." Letters Patent sealed, 

1000. John Lawson, and Thomas Robinson, of Leeds, in the County of Yoric, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for hackling and dressing flax, 
and other fibrous substances." Letters Patent sealed, 

1001. Thomas Holstead, of the City of Carlisle, in the County of Cumberland, 
Confectioner, for an invention for — " Improvements in machineiy for the manu&o- 
ture of certain articles of confectionery, which improvements are also applicable to 
the manufactuie of biscuits and the like, and to other articles from plastic substances." 

Provisional protection onty. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



HUGMER. 

5th May 1858. 



Richards. 
6th May 1863. 



h Ma; 1853. 



Win. WAY. 

6th May IS5S. 



WaiTt-BV. 

Cth May 1858. 



Scorr. 
6lh May 1858. 



ASHWORTH. 

6th May 1858. 



Bridcuan. 
6th May 1858. 

CAStY. 

Ki-OKce. 
6th May 1858. 



Clark. 
6lU May 1858. 



Jackson. 

filh May 1858. 



SLACK. 

6(h May 1858. 

BUN-XITT. 

7tli Ma; lt458. 

Cabh. 
7th May 16&8. 



1002. David Edivard Hlgiieh, of New York, in the United SUtes of America, 
but now residing at Devonport, in Devon, in England, Telegraphic Engineer, for an 
invention for — " An iin|)rovctl apparatus for meiuuriDg fluida," 

LelteT$ Patent sealed. 

1003. John Richards, of Mnorgata Street, in the City of London, Master 
Mariner, for an invention for — " Improvements in rotatoty pumps." 

Protrituntal proleclioa only. 

1004. Marci's Davis, of 5, Lyons Inn, in the County of Middleae:!, for an 
invention for — " Iniprovementa in carriage wheels and in means of retarding their 
motion." • Letter! Palenl sealed. 

1005. John Swkkt Willwav, of the City and County of Bristol, Gas Engineer, 
for an invention for — " An improved arrangement of apparatuses for ringing bells." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1000. Joseph Whitley, of Leeds, in the County of York, for an invention for — 

" Improvements in the manufucture of iron, which improvemcnta are also applicable 

when obtaining other metals from their ores." Letters Patent seated, 

1007. William Heap, of the Oldham Road Tool Works, Ashton-under-Lyne, in 
the (iounty of Lancaster, Tool Maker and Machinist, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in pipe joints or couplings." Letters Patent sealed. 

1008. BnwARD John Scott, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North 
invention for — " Improvements in the manufac- 

Letters Patent sealed. 



, of Prestwich, in the County of Lancaster, Hide and 
1 invention for — " Certain improvementa in machinery or apparatus 
ir skins." Letters Patent sealed. 



OD Tracker, of Derby, i 

)n for — " Improvements il 
nd harmonium keys." 



. the County of Derby, Piano-forto 

the construction of the finger ends 

Letters Palenl sealed. 



Shoe Manii^cturer, 
ture of boots and shoes." 

1009. Hall J 
Si»e Dealer, for s 
for cutting hides oi 

1010. Thomas Wo 
Dealer, for an inventii 
of piano-forte, organ, i 

1011. John Bridgman, of Hamburgh, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
cooling fluids, and in the ap|ilicBtion of cold." Proeisional protection only. 

1012. John Cabev, Silk Manufacturer, and Jameb HconBS, Silk Weaver, both 
of Spital Square, in the City of London, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
looms for weaving velvet ribbons." Provimimal protection only. 

1013. William Edward Neitto\. of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lone, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — "' Improvements in 
the manufacture of saltpetre." Letters Patent teahd. 

1014. William Clark, of 53, Chanceiy Lane, in the Coun^ of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " ImproYements in 'Litis' for 
horses' bridles." — A commnnicatton. Letters Patent sealed, 

1016. JAtiBS Wricht, of 10, Alfred Place, Newington Causeway, Southwark, 
County of Surrey, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in treating 
madder for printing and dying, and also in the substances and pmcesjes used in 
printing and dying (fith the same." — ,i communicatioii. Letters Patent sealed. 

lOie. Hbnry Jackhox, of 2, Park Street, Leeds, Engineer, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in machinery for dressing and cleaning floJ, hemp, and other 
fibrous substances requiring Lke treatment." Letters Potent sealed. 

1017. William Wallis, Willi.\m Laxoford, and Jamr8 Slack, of Notting- 
ham, for an invention for — " Improvements in pressure gauges," 

Inters Patent stated. 

1018. Joseph Blnnbtt, and Joseph Gborcb Bunnktt, of Deptford, in the 
County of Kent, Engineers, for an invi^ntioa for — " Improvements in stiam- engines," 

Letters PnlntI sealed, 

1019. CiiARLER John Cabr, of Wentworth, Yorkshire, Engineer, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvementi in forge and other hammers." Letttrt Patent lealtd. 



66 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Castlb. 
7th May 1868. 

Opbnshaw. 

7th May 1858. 

Duff. 
Gilchrist. 
7th May 1868. 

DUVARD. 

7th May 1858. 

Field, 
7th May 1858. 



Neilson. 
7th May 1858. 

Newton. 
7th May 1858. 



COGOAN. 

7th May 1858. 

BOTTBN. 

Taylor. 
7th May 1858. 



Best. 
7th May 1868. 

Brown. 
Brown. 

7th May 1858. 



Stothard. 
Jones. 
Jonas. 
Jonas. 
7th May 1858. 

Clark. 
7th May 1858. 

ROBSON. 

8th May 1858. 

Newton. 
8th May 1858. 



Newton. 
8tii May 1858. 



1020. John Castle, of Grantham, in the County of Lincoln, Coadb Maker, for 
an invention for — '* Cextain improvements in breaks used for retarding the motioq of 
carriages on ordinary roads." Letten Patent wealed. 

1021. Richard Opbnshaw, of Firwood, near Bolton4e-Moors, in the Couniy of 
I^ancaster, Finisher, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for plating 
down or folding and measuring fabrics." Letten PaUmt weakd. 

1022. William Duff, and John Gilchrist, of Liverpool, in the Couniy <A 
Lancaster, Engineers, for an invention for — *' Improvements in apparatos for mea- 
suring water and other fluids, also capable of being used as a motive-power." ^ 

Proviiifmal protection ornhf, 

1028. James Michael Duvard, of Luc-sur-Mer, Calvados, in ihe Kmpire of 
France, Physidan, for an invention for — " An improved bedroom vase." 

Letters Patent weakd. 

1024. James John Field, of Paddington, in the County of Middlesex, Chemist, 
for an invention for — '' Improvements in evaporating or in extracting moisiiire 
from liquids and from substances in a liquid state, and in apparatus to be employed 
therein." Letters Patent wealed. 

1025. Archibald Nbilson, of Glasgow, in the Couniy of Lanark, North 
Britain, Spirit Dealer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufocture of 
boots, shoes, and oth» coverings for the feet." Provisional protection only. 

1026. William Edward Newton, of the OfBice for Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in the construction of firegrates for furnaces, stoves, and other fireplaces." — A com- 
munication. Letters Patent wealed. 

1027. Gborgb Bartlbtt Coggan, of No. 108, Friar Gate, Derby, in the 
County of Derby, for an invention for — " A new portable apparatus to be called a 
' Stereoscopia ' for exhibiting stereoscopic pictures." Provisional protection onlf. 

1028. Charles Bottbn, Junior, of Clerkenwell, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer, and Nathaniel Fortbscue Taylor, of Stratfoi^dy in the County of 
Essex, Gas Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in means or appantus 
employed in measuring and in regulating the flow of gas and other fluids." 

Provisional protection onfy. 

1028. Robert Best, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufacturer, 
for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in illumination*" 

Letters Patent wealed. 

1080. Thomas Brown, of Ebbw Vale, in the County of Monmouth, Iron Manu- 
facturer, and David Brown, of Cwmbran, in the County of Monmouth, Manager of 
Works, for an invention for — " New or improved machinery for filing or smoothing 
the ends of fish plates, rails, wrought-iron railway chairs, and other artidea made by 
sawing bars transversely." Letters Patent sealed. 

1031. Daniel Stothard, of Lambeth, Joseph Jones, of Southwark, both in 
the County of Surrey, David Jonas, and Benjamin Woolf Jonas, botii of 
Spitalfields, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improved ships' 
block." Provisional protection onh/. 

1082. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the Couniy of Middlesex, En- 
gineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — '' Improvements in apparatus for 
sharpening saws." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

lOdd. John Thomas Robson, of No. 45, Hugh Street West, Pimlioo, in the 
County of Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — "Improvements in aheet- 
flue and tubular boilers." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1084. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for--** Im- 
provements in machinery for manufacturing paper." — A commmtication. 

Letters Patent wealed. 

1086. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Certain improve- 
ments in grinding oiroular saws." — A comtmmieation, .Letters Patmit wwakd 



PATENTS APPUED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



GOLDSWOHTHY. 

- 10th Mar 1958. 



Vassbbot. 
10th Ms; )86tt. 



Vabhbsot. 
, lOtfa Mbt Iff^. 



' loth M»f 1858. 

FORBTEB. 

10th Maj 11^58. 



Mabsok. 
' 10th May 1S58. 



Taylor, 
10th M»y 1J*58. 

PiM. 

Pavnb. 
10th M>y 1M8. 



Api'abuti. 
, Uth M*7 1958. 

UthMay lS5tii. 

CxB«WKt.t.. 

, llthM*7l85S. 

JOKMBOV. 

11th May 1858. 



I Fr^dkiii 



other materials." 

10S9. ClIAMLB 

Patent AKent, for 

and paraaolg." — A comraanicalion ft 

Bordeaux, in the Empire of France. 

1040. CijARLRS Fh^dAbic V 



lose. Altrbu ViNcKNT Nbwton, of the Ofifice for Patenta, 66, Chaoceij Lane, 
in the Coimty of Middleaex, Mechanical Draughtaiaan, for an in?eiition for — "An 
iraproYed manufacture of baril and waterproof fabric, and the application of the aame 
to the construction of bouta, parta of carriages and of furniture, portmanteaus and 
travelling cases, and vessels of capacity." — A communication. Leilert Patent leaied, 
1037. Gkohgb Day, of the Parish of Old St. Pancras, in the County of Middleaex, 
Copixjr Smith, for an invention for — " An unprOYed sdf-acting valve for regxdating 
the flow of liquids." Provisioaal protection only. 

lOSB. Robert Brvce GoLDswonTHV, of the City of Manchester, Emery Manu- 
facturer, for an invention for—" imptovementa in miichinery for grinding emery and 

Ltltert Patent staled. 
Vassbbot, of •15, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
'* Improvements in the manufacture of umbrelhks 
om Pierre Theopkile Trocard, of Cauderon, nmr 
Proviaional protection only. 
BBROT, of 45, Essex Street, London, Patent 
Agent, for an invention for — " Improved driving nxaehinery apphcable either for 
thrashing, winnowing, cleaning, and bruising grun, cutting straw, or other agiicut- 
turol purposes." — A coTamunication from he Comte Jean Baptiste de Galard-B^am, of 
Montignac-le-Coq, Charenle, in the Empire of France. Promnanal protection only. 

lY OcDEN. of Liverpool, in the Count; of Lancaster, Iron 
for — " Improvements in pumps." Lelleri Patent eealed. 

1043. William Charlton Fobhteb, of No. G, Great Tower Street, in the City 
of London, Gentleman, for nn ini-ention for — "An improvement in the manufacture 
of bricks and slabs, for preventing damp in the walla of houses and other buildings." 

Letters Patent tealed. 

1043. Isaac Lowthian Dell, of the Washington Chemical Works, Newcaatle- 
Tjpon-Tjne, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of iron." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1044. Jacqibs Marie Edouard Mashon, of the Hue dc Fosses St. Thomas, 
it Evreui fEure], in the Empire of France, Householder, for an ini'ention for — 
' Improvements in diving np|>aratus." Letters Patent staled, 

1045. Robert Willav, and Daniel M It. lb. of DIaekbutn.in the Connty of 
Lancaaler, Machine Maker, for an invention for — " Improvementa in machinery or 
^paratus for drawing-in, twisting, or looming textile materials." 

Provisional protection only. 

1048. William Garnett Taylor, of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, in the County of 

Leicester. Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in covering the roUers 

employed in spinning cotton and other fibrous matenali." Letters Patent sealed. 

1047. John BBDroRO Pim. of Newington Butts, Stationer, and CuAaLEB 
Payne, of Bermondse; Street. Southwark, Licensed Victualler, both in the Count; 
of Surrey, for an invention for — " Improvements in recovering useful matters from 
oil OF floor cloth, tarpaulin, American leather cloth, and other like substances." 

Leltera Patent sealed, 

1048. PiBTRO Appahuti, reaiding at Pari*, Rue Constantine, 24, in the Empire 
of France, for an invention for — "A machine ajjpUcable for picking and choosing out 

Mwn." Provisional protection only- 

104B. Jozft Llis, of No, Ib. Wellieck Street, Cavem^sh Square, London, in the 

County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A mechanical washing -apjiao^tus for 

« and other matters,"— .1 communication. Letter* Patent sealed. 



1060. Gborgk Hbnrv Cbkbv 
an invention for — " Improvements 



., of De\onport, in the County of Devon, for 



of 



1061. John Henby Johnson, of 41, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the Countj- 
Middlesex. and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Briton. 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in madder dyeing." — A eommuni- 
cation from ftobfrt Pattenom, of the CHy qf Philadelphia, in the United States of 
Amtrietl. prarisioaal protection only. 

■ S 



68 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Fairburn. 
nth May 1858. 

SOUTTEB, 

nth May 1358. 

Park 
nth May'185S. 

Parkes. 

nth May 1858. 

Parkes. 
nth May 1858. 

Oliver. 
nth May 1858. 

Halliwell. 
nth May 1858. 

LOWRY. 

nth May 1858. 

Gilbert. 
nth May 1858. 

Dyson. 
Shirt. 

Shirt 
nth May 1858. 

Henderson. 
12th May 1858. 

DURAND. 

12th May 1858. 

DiOSY. 

12th May 1858. 



D^TROYAT. 

Teubert. 
12th May 1858. 

Clarke. 

12th May 1858. 

Mark. 
12th May 1858. 

^^EST 

12th May 1858. 

Rogers. 
12th May 1858. 



1052. Edward Fairburn, of Kirklees Mills, Mirfield, in the County of York, 
Card Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or appa- 
ratus employed in carding wool or other fibrous substances." Letters Patent seeded. 

1058. James Soutter, of Hoxton, in the Coimty of Middlesex, Engineer, for an 
invention for — ** Improvements in washing-machines." Letters Patent sealed, 

1054. William Pare, of the Irish Engineering Company, Seville Iron Works, 
Dublin, for an invention for — " Improvements in metallic and other bedsteads and 
other articles of fumittire." Letters Patent sealed. 



1055. Alexander Parkes, of Birmingham, for an invention for — ** Improve- 
ments in the manufacture of tubes and cylinders." Letters Patent sealed. 



t* 



Improve- 



1056. Alexander Parkes, of Birmingham, for an invention foi 
ments in rollers or cylinders used for printing and embossing." 

Letters Patent seated, 

1057. William Oliver, of Cradley, in the County of Worcester, Engineer, for 
an invention for — '* Improvements in combining ovens for the manufacture of coke 
with the furnaces of steam-boilers." Provisional protection onlff, 

1058. Robert Halliwell, of Bolton-le-Moors, in the County of Lancaster, 
Foreman, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in mules for spinning and 
doubling cotton and other fibrous materials." Letters Patent sealed, 

1059. George Lowry, of Salford, in the County of Lancaster, Machinist, for an 
invention for — "Certain improvements in machinery for heckling flax and other 
fibrous materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

1060. James Montgomery Gilbert, of the City of Manchester, Engraver, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of cylinders and maundrils 
used in printing calico and other surfaces." Letters Patent sealed. 

1061. John Dyson, Edwin Wilkinson Shirt, and Henry Shirt, Steel 
Rollers, of Tinsley Works, near Sheffield, in the County of York, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the mode of rolling strips of steel for crinoline and other 
purposes." Letters Patent sealed. 



1062. John Henderson, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Druggist, for an invention for — " An improved apparatus for measuring fluids." 

Provisional protection only. 

1068. Louis Durand, of Marseille, a Town in the French Empire, CivQ Engineer, 
for an invention for — " An improved tubular steam generator." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1064. M. DiosY, of 123, Fenchurch Street, London, Agent for ChoUet and Com- 
pany, of Paris, Patentees of Compressed Vegetables, for an invention for — "Im- 
provements in machinery for preparing or manufacturing granulated potatos for 
preser^'ation." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1065. Joseph Apollon D^troyat, of No. 10, Rue deChoiseul, in the City of 
Paris, France, Hair-dresser, and Faustin Teubert, of No. 18, Rue de Choiseol, 
Paris, aforesaid. Hatter, for an invention for — "Improvements in apparatus for 
cleansing hair combs and other similar articles." Provisional protection only. 

1066. Joseph Augustus Clarke, of Liverpool, in the County Palatine of Lm- 
caster. Engineer, for an invention for — '' Improvements in composition for coating 
vessels' bottoms." Letters Patent sealed. 



1067. William Mark, of Stockton-on-Tees, in the County of Durham, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in roofing and other tiles." 

Provisional protection oak/. 

1068. Joseph West, Brass Turner, of 234, Shales Moor, Sheffield, in the Conntf 
of York, for an invention for — " A mode of covering and securing water taps and 
branches." Letters Patent sealed. 

1069. Alfred Henry Rogers, of Fairfield, near the City of Manchester, En- 
gineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in lubricators." 

Provisional protection oahf. 



KKiaHr. 
l2Ui M*; \SM. 



Jackson. 
12(h Mk7 1855. 



Btoca. 
I2th M»y 1»59, 



LitxouT. 
12th May 1858. 



Hamilton. 
12th Mbj 1858. 



13th M«7 1868. 



HiSLop. 
13th Mbj 1858. 



Dix. 
13th Mftjr 1858. 



, 13th M*7 1858, 



13th Ma; 1858. 



13th Ma,; 1858. 

Wakbbn. 

- 14th Ma; 1858. 

COLOATK. 

. 14th Mil; 1 858. 

Carpkmtkii. 
. 14th Ma; 1858. 

Dick. 

1 14th Mb; 1858. 



1070. James SHAttrLES, of Crawahaw Bootli, near Rnwtenstail, in the County of 
Lancaater, Madder Djer, for an invention for — " Improvetnenta in extracting moisture 
from and drying porous and fihroug substances." Lrlltri Paltnt sealed, 

1071. Richard Knight, of Foster Lane, Cheapside, in the City of London, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for refrigerating also for bottling 
aerated liquids, and in tlie preparation or storing salts for the production of artificial 
mineral waters." Letters Paint sealed. 

1073. Jo98PH Gratian Jackson, of Belper, in the County of Derby, for an 
invention for — " A method of carrying roads over (or through) land covered wth 
water." Provi»ionaI protection only. 

107S. James Bighs, of Norton Fol gate, in the City of London, Tobacco Manu- 
facturer, fur an invention for — " Improved apparatus for compressing vegetable and 
other substances." Provisional prolrclion onty, 

1074. Alfred L£oxok Lietout, of Paris, in the Empire of France, for ttn in- 
veoticin fur—" Improved portable medical and hygienic gymnastic apparatus." 

Provisional prolrclion only, 

1075. JoBSPM Sharp Bailey, Wool Comber, and William Heskv Bailev, 
Mechanic, both of Kei^liley, in the County of York, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in machinery for preparing and combing wool, cotton, and other fibrous 
materials." Lellrr* Patent teaUd. 

1078. John Hamilton, of Belfast, in the County of Antrim, Starch Manu- 
facturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the preparation and use of btarch for 
mftiiufacturing, bleaching, and finishing purposes." Letters Patent sealed, 

1077. William Simons, of Glasgow, in the Count; of Lanark, North Britain, 
Ship Builder, for an invention for — " Improvements in tie construction of iron ships 
or vessels." Provisional protection only. 

1078. KooEBT HiflLOP, Junior, of Preston Pans, in the County of Haddington, 
North Britun, Farmer, for an invention for — '■ ImprovenientB in machinery or appa- 
ratus for dressing or cleansing and separating grain and seeds." — Letters Patent seated. 

1078. Alexandbr Mills Dis, of Hanley, in the County of Stafford, Brewer, 
for an invention for — " Certoin improvements in the process of brewing or obtaining 
decoctions, and in apparatus connected therevnth. which apparatus is also applicable 
to condensing, refrigerating, or other nich like purposes." Letters Patent sealed^ 

1080. Felix Albxander Deliry, of Soissons, a Townof Fnncc, Baker, for 
an invention for — "An improved mecbaiucsl kneading-trough." 

Provisional protection only. 

1081. AfGDSTE WoLFP, of Paris, France, Chief of the firm Pleyel, Wolff & 
Company, for an invention for — "Improvements in musical Instruments." 

Letters Patent seated. 

1082. Hiram Hvdb, of Truro, Nova Scotia, Gentleman, for an invention foi^ 
" An imjiroved mode of and improved apparatus for manufacturing oils." — A com- 
manication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1083. Joseph Gardneh, of Banbury, in the County of Oxford, Ironmogger, for an 
invention for — " An improvement in chaff-cutting machines." Letters Patent sealed. 

1084. Frederick Wahrrn, of Birmingham, in the County of Wamrick, Me- 
chanical Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of 
stands for telescopes and other instruments." Provisitmal protection only. 

1085. John Colcatr, of 56. Eimouth Street, in the County of MidiUcsex, for 
an invention fot^" .\ pipe case handle for walking sticks, canes, riding whips, and 
umbrellas." Provisional protection only. 

1086. Samiel Cabpentbb, of Flushing, County of Queens. Slate of New York, 
in the United States of America, for an invention for — '* Improvements in escapo- 
menta for watchea and other time-keepers," Letters Patent seated. 

1067. David Dick. Engineer, residing at 55, George Street, Pusley, in the 
County of Renfrew, for an invention for — " Improved cushions for trusses and othoi 
Nmilai uses." Provinonal proteotiim only. 



70 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Nbwton. 
14th May 1858. 



Cbantrkll. 
14th May 1868. 

Macintosh. 
I4th May 1858. 

IPAtbe. 
14th May 1858. 

Johnson. 
17th May 1858. 



Haydbn. 
17th May 1858. 

Allen. 

Allen. 

17th May 1858. 

Tombs. 
17th May 1858. 



Wittenberg. 
17th May 1858. 

Bagnall. 
17th May 1858. 

Raymond. 
17th May 1858. 

Harrison. 
17th May 1858. 

HiLER. 

17th May 1858. 



CURZON. 

17th May 1858. 

HiGGS. 

17th May 1858. 

Imeary. 
Richardson. 
17th May 1858. 

HlXON. 

18th May 1858. 



1088. William Eowabd Newton, of the Office for FatentSy 66, dudioay 
Lane, in the Coonty of Middlesex, CivU Engineer, for an inirention Ibr — ** Improve- 
ments in the construction of lamps." — A w mmtmic aium. 

PrmfisUmal proieeHom oaly. 

1089. Geobob Fbederick Chantrell, of Liverpool, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Furnace Engineer, for an invention for — ''An improved waterproof liduc 
paint." Provisumal proiectum omkf. 

1090. John Macintosh, of North Bank, Regent's Paik, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in insulating telegraphic wires.'' 

Letters Patent wealed. 

1091. Louis PAtbe, of Hatton Garden, in the County of Middlesex, Glass 
SQverer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the application of glass to ona- 
mental and useful purposes." Provisional protection onkf. 

1092. John Henby Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the Qty of Glasgow, North Britaiii, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of artificial legs 
and feet." — A communication from Douglas Bly, qf Rochester, in the United States of 
America. Letters Patent sealed, 

1098. Daniel Websteb Haydbn, of 75, Pratt Street, Camden Town, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in boilers for agricul- 
tural and domestic purposes." Provisional protection onkf, 

. 

1094. John Allen, and William Allen, of Wallsend, in the County of Nor- 
thumberland, ManufEMTturing Chemists, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the 
treatment of iron and copper pyrites, and in apparatus for the same." 

Letters Patent seaUd, 

1095. Edward Tombs, of 4, Waterloo Terrace, Ishngton, London, for an inven- 
tion for — ** Improvements in the manufacture of ruche and other trimmings for 
ladies' apparel, applicable also to making cap fronts and other fluted fabrics." 

Provisional protection onlf/. 

1096. Julius Wittenberg, of Cambridge Villas, Netting Hill, in the County 
of Middlesex, Doctor of Philosophy, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
motive-power engines actuated by air." Provisional protection onlf. 

1097. William Henry Bagnall, of Masbro', Yorkshire, Stove Grate Manu- 
fEK^turer, for an invention for — " Improvements in stove grates." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1098. Walter Raymond, of Dalston, in the County of Middlesex, Master 
Mariner, for an invention for — " Improvements in life rafts." 

Letters Patent sealed; no spec^icaHonfled, 

1099. Charles Weightman Harrison, of Woolwich, in the County of Kent, 
Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in obtaining light by electri- 
city." Letters Patent sealed. 

1100. Selah Hiler, of Haverstraw, in the County of Rockland, and State of 
New York, United States of America, for an invention for — '* An improved method 
of coating or amalgamating iron with silver, copper, brass, or other m^als or aUoys of 
metak." Provisional protection onlf. 

1101. Henry Curzon, Junior, of Kidderminster, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in preparing printed yams." Letters Patent sealed. 

1102. Samuel Higgs, Junior, of Penzance, in the County of Cornwall, for an 
invention for — ''An improvement in separating or precipitating copper from water 
having it in solution." Letters Patent sealed. 

1108. Robert Imeary, Alkali Manufeu^turer, near Gateshead, and Thomas 
Richardson, Practical Chemist, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, for an invention for — '* Im- 
provements in roasting small or disintegrated pyrites." Letters Patent sealed. 

1104. William James Hixon, of 8, Victoria Grove Terrace, Bayswater, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of 
reaping and mowing machines, and in the form or shape of the knife or knives to be 
used in connection therewith." Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



71 



Hioorns. 
18th May l»S». 



18th Miy is58. 



Brochand. 

18th Ma; 1858. 



16th May lasa 

CAaKNTINI. 

mh Maj 1858. 



Walk BR. 
19th May 1858. 

Mac Naught. 

c hitch lbv. 
\9tb Ma? 1868. 



MAtrpaLAV. 
liJth May 1858. 

Bottom L XV. 
19th May 1858. 

MlLLKB. 
IfHb May 1858. 

Kkkndt. 
I9tb May 1858. 

Nkwton. 
19tb May 1858. 



Skowdkk. 
19tfa May 1858. 



CbAKK. 

mil May 1658. 



U06. John Hiqcinb, of Oldham, in the County of Uncaster, Engineer, for an 
iavention for — " Improvementa in preventing explosions in miaes, and in the 
machinery or appaiatug employed therein," Provisional proleclion only, 

llOe. Jamkb Mallieon, Junior, of Bolton-le- Moore, in the County of Lancaster, 
Yam Agent, for an invention for — " Improveaienta in the prooesa of uid in the ma- 
chinery or apparatus for dyang yama." ProiArionat profvction mis- 



1107. Albxander Angus Cb 
Engineer, for an invention for — ' 
alumina, and in obtaining alum." 



ILL, of Coleman Street, in the City of London, 

Improvements in the treatment of 8ulphat« of 

Leilfrt Pattnt lealeil. 



1108. Ehhest Ciprikn Brochand, of Gerrard Street, in the County of Mid- 
dleaei, Millw. for an invention for—" A travellinR mill and improved raitlatones, part 
of the invention being applicable to other apparatus turned or worked by horaet." 

Leileri Patent sealed. 

1108. Sakvkl Higcb, Junior, of Penzanoe, Cornwall, for an invention for — 
" Improvementa in miners' safety lamps." Letlers Patent tealed, 

1110. Giovanni Mariano CAaEMTiNi, of 24, Hercules Buildings, Lambeth, in 
the County of Surrey, Architectural Modeller and Worker in Scsgliola, for an inven- 
tion for — "The manufacture of a solution for mixing with or gauging plaster of Paris 
(or any piaster having sulphate of lime or any similar substance for its base) so as to 
produce a hardened dense composition, the hardening or setting whereof may he 
retarded and regulated by the person using the same." Letten Patent lealed. 

lUL Jerhmiah Brown, of Smcthwick, in the County of Stafford, Machinist, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of iron, and in rolling iron and 
steel, and in machinery lo be employed therein." Letlers Patent tealed. 

1118. Hbnrv Walker, of Gresham Street, in the City of London, Needle Manu- 
facturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of needles." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1113, William Mac Nauoht. of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, En- 
gineer, and Waltkh Richard Cbitchlkv, of SaUbrd, in the same County, Copper 
Itoller Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvementa in the manufacture of 
copper or other metallic rollers or cylinders for printing fabrics, and in apparatus 
connected therewith," Letters Patent seated. 

1114. Joseph Maudslay, of Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, Engineer, fbr an 
invention for — " An improvement in the manufacture of iron, and in the fiimaces 
employed therein." Provisional proleetiim only. 

1116. Jambs BoTToMLKV.of North Bierty,near Bradford, in the County of York, 
Manufacturer, and Alexander Hensah Martin, of the same place. Mechanic, for 
an invention for—" lmpro\-ement8 in means or apparatus employed in weaving." 

Lellrrs Palmt staled. 

ma. Georob Mackby MtLLEB, of the Great Southern and Western Railway, 
Kingsbridgo Terminus, Dublin, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvementa in 
the joints of bridge rails for railways." Provisional protection ontg. 

1117. Charlbs MiODLETON Kernot, of Gloucester Hoase, West Cowes. Isle 
of Wight, M,D., for an invention fol— " Improvements in distilling shale, bog-head, 
and other mineral matters." Provisional protection only. 

1116. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, C6, Chancery Lane, 
in tho County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention fur—" loiprovmncnts 
applicable to certain descriptions of marine engines, and in the mode of mounting 
paddle-wheel shafts." — A comBninication. Letlers Patent sealed. 

llie. William Francis Ssowden, of Longford, in the County of Gloucester, 
Machine Maker, for an invention for — " An improved construction of chaff and litter 
cutting machine." Provisional protection onfy, 

llflO. William Clark, of 63, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, En- 
gineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for—" Improvements in machinery for 
manu&cturing knotted webs or nets," — A communication. Leiltrs Patent sealed. 



4 
4 



72 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



19tfa Msf 1856. 



HxsroKD. 

Bkcx. 
2001 liij 1856. 

Cossus. 
20Ui Hsf 1858. 

Bkibklt. 
20th Maj 1858. 

COPCCTT. 

20th Maj 1858. 



BOYDBLL. 

20th Maj 1856. 

Bbooman. 
20th Maj 1858. 



Settle. 
2l8i May 1858. 



Brant. 
21st Maj 1858. 

Bakewell. 
21st Maj 1858. 

Henry. 
21 St Maj 1858. 



Adamson. 
21st Maj 1858. 

MUNTZ. 

2l8t Maj 1858. 

Apperly. 

Clissold. 

2l8t Maj 1858. 

Bryer. 

2l8t Maj 1858. 



IISL Michael Hexbt, of 84, Fleet S«net, in tlieGtj of LaBdaB,PjtenlAgenl^ 
tar an mrention for — ** Impfforcd appwaloi for eoannmuciAiiig or tnauiintting or 
prodociiig he nmik copies of dfipatchr% intdligeiicc; or mtmag tn , or dbmrmdea, 
dnnrn^a, or derioes." — A ctmtmmmcatiam, P n mitkmmi pmie eHom oalf. 



1125. James Hesford, of Bolton-le-MoorSy in tiie Coimtj of Lancmster, MDl- 
wright and Engineer^ for an inTcntion for — ** LnproTcmcnls in the oonstniction of 
stie(diii^->madiines for cotton and other woren fohncs." hetten Pmiemt sealed, 

1128. Martix Brun, of Vienne (France), Djcr, for an inrcntiafn for — ^ Improro- 
ments in djdng.** heiters Pmiemi malei, 

1124. Antoine Fide lis Cossus, of Cagfiari, in tibe Kingdom of SaEr£nia» for an 
inrentkm for — ** I mp r o wements in treating oils and fottj matters." 

PnHPittett&i proieciuM onbf, 

1126. Henry Brierly, of Manchester, in the Coimtj of Lancaster, MethanicaJ 
Engineer, for an inrention for — ** Improrements in nraks for spinning." 

Letters Pmiemi Mokd. 

1126. James Copcutt, of 5, Ptok Place, Newland Street, Kensington, in the 
Coontj of Middlesex, for an invention for — ** An improrement in piepaiing materials 
emplojed to obtain light when using oxjgen and hjdrogen gases." 

Lexers Pmiemi wealed. 

1127. James Boydell, of 65, Gloucester Crescent, Camden Town, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in machinerj for propdfing vessels." 

Provisiomal proiectiom omhf. 

1128. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the Gtj of 
London, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an inventioa 
for — ** A method of and i^paratus for purifying sulphuret of carbon." — A coannmi- 
catum/rom A. Seffertk, of Brunswick, Procisioma! protection omhf. 

1129. Thomas Settle, of Bolton-le-Moors, in the County of Lancaster, Spindle 
Maker, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in machineij or apparatus for 
preparing, slubbing, and roving cotton and other fibrous materials." 

Provisiomal proteetum onfy, 

1180. John Charles Brant, of Surrej Square, Old Kent Road, in the County 
of Sunrej, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the permanent waj of railwajs." 

Letters Patent seated, 

1131. Frederick Collier Bakewell, of No. 6, Haverstock Terrace, Hamp- 
stead, in the Countj of Middlesex, for an invention for — *' Improvements in machineiy 
for making bolts." — A communication. Liters Patent sealed, 

1182. Michael Henry, of 84, Fleet Street, in the Citj of London, Ptitoit 
Agent, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the manufacture or preparation of 
ink and paper to adapt them for copjing purposes, in preserving food, skins, and 
hides, in rendering lint, ve8icatoi7-pi^>er, and textile fikbrics absorbent^ and in tnating 
mortar, cement, and other matters in order to keep them in a damp state.'* — A com^ 
msnication from Messieurs Vasseurs and Houbigant, Letters Patent sealed, 

1188. John Adamson, of St. John Street Road, in the Countj of Middlesex, 
Mechanic, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of parts of gas- 
meters." Letters Patent sealed. 



1184. George Frederick Muntz, of French Walls, near Biimingham, for an 
invention for — " An improvement in preparing jellow metal sheathing." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1186. James Apperly, Cloth Manufieu^turer, and William Clissold, Engi- 
neer, both of Dudbridge, in the Countj of Gloucester, for an invention for— 
" Improved machinerj for condensing wool and other fibrous substances." 

Letters Patent sealed* 

1186. Stephen Bryer, of St. George's Terrace, Cheltenham, in the Countj of 
Gloucester, Photographist, for an invention for — " Improved instruments to be used 
in the sensitizing and developing of photographic plates." Letters Patent sealed. 



Sroll. 
2Ist May 1968. 



2l8tMa; 1^58. 



Champion. 
S2nii Ma; 1858. 



Ronald. 
22Dd May 1858. 



22nd May 1868. 



Ut-GHBS. 

22nd May 1858. 



Foot. 
22nd May 1858. 

VttDSKBXY. 

Clahk. 
22nd May 1858, 



JOHNBON. 

22nd Hay l3o8. 



22nd May 1858. 

Price. 
22ad May 1658. 

White. 
22nd May 1858. 

Ellibsbn. 
S2ad Mmj 1858. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 73 

1137. James Sboll, of Virtoria Grove West, Stoke Newington, in the County of 
Middlesex, Ink Mannfacturcr, for an invention for — " linjjrovemento in the manufac- 
ture lit paper used for letter-press, lithographic, and copper-plate printing, and for 
other purposes." Promaonal proleclioa only, 

1138. William Clark, of 63, Chaneery Lnne, in the County of Middlesex, En- 
gineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the processes of 
treatment of peat and of the hydrocarburets it contuns, and in the apparatus for the 
some." — A conmuaiealioii. Provisional protrction only. 

1138. John Elce, and Jambs Champion, both of the City of Manchester, 
Machinists, for an invention for — " Improvements in parts of machinery used in 
preparing and spinning cotton and other fibrous substances." 

Provisional prolection only. 

1140. PiEBRB FfiRON, of Theuville-aux-Maillots, in the Empire of France, Doctor 
of Medicine, for an invention for — " An imjiros'ed bandage or truss." 

Letters Patent sealeil. 

1141. Jamks Ronald, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Merchant, for an 
invention for — *' Improvements in dressing hemp, flax, and other fibrous materials." 

Lellers Patent sealed. 



1149. Edward Thomas h 
Agents, 123, Chaneery l.ane, ii 

" Improvements in machinery oi 



OHKS, of the firm of Hughes and Son, Patent 
the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — 
ipparatus for enibroidcnng." — .-I communication. 

Promsi<mal protrction onJy, 
1143. Edward Thomas Huohes, of the firm of Hughes and Son, Patent 
Agents, 123, Chaneery Lane, In the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in machinery or apparatus serving the purposes both of saponifica- 
tion and of decomposint? neutral fatty substances into fatty or oily acid and glycerine." 
— A commaaicalion from Jean Bavllrnger and Louis Jacques Martin, of Paris, in the 
Empire of France. Provisional protection only. 



ipital Square, in the County of Middlesex, for an inven- 
in the manufacture of fringes." Lellm Patent sealed. 



1144. Josspil Foot, of 
tion for — " An improvement 

1146. Fr&d&rick George Undbrhay, of Wells Street, Gray's Inn Road, and 
J08IAH Latimer Clark, of Haverstock Hill, Hampstead. both in the County of 
Middlese.Y, for an inveution for — " Improvements in cocks or taps, and in apparatus 
for flushing." Letters Patent sealed. 

U4d. Thomas Stokbb Crbssby, of High Street, Homcrton. in the County of 

Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements 111 apimratus for calculating wages." 

Provisional protection only. 

1147. John Hssry Johnson, of 47, Lincohi's Inn Fields, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, Gea< 
tleman, for an invention for — " lmpro\-ements in curtain rods." — d communicatUm 
from Jules Anlotne Pelosse. Letters Patent sealed. 

114a. Astlbv Paston Price, of Margate, in the County of Kent, Chemist, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the treatment and smelting of certun 
argentiferous or silver ores." Letters Patent sealed, 

1149. AsTLEY Paston Price, of Margate, in the County of Kent, Chemist, 
for an invention for—" Improvements in tlie treatment of certain xinc ores and com- 
pounds of imc, and in the manufacture of zinc and oxide of xino." 

Letters Patent seated. 

1160. Gboroe Whitb, of 34, DowgaU Hill, in the City of London, for an inven- 
tion foi^— " A liquor suitable for manufacturing beverages and for culinary purposes." 
— .i communication from Messrs. Fontaine ^ Co., of Paris. Ijellers Patent sealed. 



USl. Adolphu 
Merchant, for an 



, of Throgmorton Street, in the City of London, 
ivention for — " Improvements in signalling in railway trains." 
Letters Patent seaied. 



74 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Baocw. 
22od Maj 1858. 



Parks. 

Briant. 

22nd May 1858. 

Clark. 
22nd May 1858. 



Hattersley. 
24th May 1858. 

Edwards, 
lovbrtdgb. 
24th May 1858. 

Stevens. 
24th May 1858. 

SCHOLFIELD. 
CUDWORTH. 

24th May 1858. 

Harding. 
24th May 1858. 

Hamilton. 
Nash. 
24th May 1858. 

Galatzin. 
souschkoff. 

Gu^RINOT. 

25th May 1858. 

Phillips. 
25th May 1858. 



Webster. 
25th May 1858. 

Morse. 
25th May 1858. 

Webster. 
25th May 1858. 

MONNIN. 

25th May 1858. 



1162. Ibhajc Bagob, of Doddisgton Groves, Kenmngtoiiy in the Cotinty of 
Sumy, Electrical Engineer, for an inyention for — '' Imptovemeiils iB deetiietde- 
graphs and in the apparatua employed therein and therewith, parts of which are 
apphcahle to other electrical purposes." LeUen Patent $eaMU 

1168. George Frederick Parke, of Lower Smith Street, Clerkenwdl, Engraver, 
and James Briant, of Curtain Road, Bedding ManufMturer, both in itut County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — ** Improvements in boimets.*' 

PnmtUmal protectuM ornhf, 

1154. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — '' Improvements in machintiy or 
apparatus for moulding articles of cement." — A eommumcatumfirom Framfois Pattard, 
senior. Merchant, of Moulins (AUier), in the Empire of France, 

Provisional protection only. 

1166. Richard Longden Hattersley, of Keighley, in the County of York, 
for an invention for — *' Improvements in looms for weaving." 

Letters Patent sealed* 

1166. John Edwards, of No. 77t Aldermanhuiy, and Thomas Lovbridgb, of 
No 74, Aldermanhury, in the City of London, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in the manufacture of buttons and other fastenings for articles of dress." 

Provisional protection only. 

1167. Montague Stevens, of Holywell, in the County of Flint, Paper Maker, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in machineiy for pulping straw and other 
vegetable fibres." Letters Patent sealed. 

1168. John Scholfield, of Rochdale, in the County of Lancaster, Cotton Spin> 
ner, and William Cudworth, of the same place. Manager, for an invention for — 
" Certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for preparing, doubling and twist- 
ing cotton and other fibrous substances." Provisional protection only. 



1169. William Harding, of Forest Hill, in the County of Kent, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in revolver fire-arms." Letters Patent sealed. 

1160. George Hamilton, of St. Martin's-le-Grand, and William Henry 
Nash, of Poplar, Engineer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in locks and 
keys." Provisional protection only, 

1161. Prince Antoinb Galatzin, and Serge Souschkoff, Russian subjects, 
both now in Paris, Boulvart de Strasbourg, 60, and Pierre Emmanuel Gu^rinot, 
of Paris, Mechanician Jeweller, for an invention for — " An improved apparatus in- 
tended to prevent boats or ships to be destroyed and sunk when running full against 
each other." Provisional protection only. 

1162. John Arthur Phillips, of Earl's Court Terrace, Kensington, in the 
County of Middlesex, Mining Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
the production of zinc, lead, copper, and silver, from ores containing these metals." 

Provisional protection only. 

1168. William Webster, of Jefferson County, in the Territory of Washington, 
one of the Territories of the United States of America, for an invention for — " Im- 
proved machinery for the propulsion of vessels." Letters Patent sealed. 

1164. George Woodward Morse, of Baton Rouge, in the State of Louisiana, 
and United States of America, for an invention for — '* An improvement in fire-arms 
and cartridges to be used therewith." Letters Patent sealed. 

1166. William Webster, of. Jefferson County, in the Territoiy of Washington, 
one of the Territories of the United States of America, for an invention lor — " An 
improved method of rigging vessels." Letters Patent seakd. 

1166. Charles Frederic Dietz Monnin, of No. 26, Rue Vend6me, in the 
City of Paris, France, Merchant, for an invention for — ''Improvements in the 
manufacture of rivets, screurs, spikes, pins, and nails, and in machinery for that 
purpose." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



Vasbxrot. 
25th May I8&t*. 



Alton. 

FiBNIB. 

2Stfa Mi^ 185B. 



BlLLKVtLLE. 

25th Mftf 16G8. 



COVKAOB. 

'25th M»r 11^168. 



Nbwtos. 
25lli May 1*58. 



Witty. 
25tli Maj 1868. 



NicnoLLs. 
26(h May lit58. 



Luis. 
2f>th May Id&c'. 



Luis. 
2€th May IBSt*. 



Lett, 
^h May lt4S8. 



Watbon. 

Allan. 

26tb May 1858. 

Ckxadlb. 
26th May 1858. 



1167. Cbarleb Fr^d^bic Varbrrot, of 45, Essex Street, Stnnd, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — "An improved construction of rails for fences 
and ^tea." — A eomtnunieationfrom Grastin Baltdans, of Arrai {Pas de Calais), in Ike 
Empire of Fraiice. Provisional protection ohIj/, 

168. Pnice G&iFriTiis, of Manchester Road, Burnley, in the County of 
Lancaster, Engineer, fur an invention for^" Improvements in manufBcturing buahes 
for fixing drums on shafta and other similar purpose*." Lrllers Patenl lealed. 

UaO. Georqk Alton, of the Town and County of Derby, Boiler Maker, and 
loMN Firms, of the same place. Engineer, for an invention for — " An improvement 
n the construction of steain-boilers and other vessels eapafate of resisting prenura, 
and in the manufacture of plates for the same." Letlers Patent sealed. 



1170. J I' LI I 
Engineer, for a 



FBANfOl 



Bellkville, of Paris, in the French Empire, Civil 
r — ■' An apparatus for indicating the work of pumps," 

Leitera Patent sealed. 

1171. John Couraoe. of Horslejdown, in the County of Surrey. Brewer, for an 
nvention for — " Improvements in furnaces Ibr smelting and calcining." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1172. William EnwARn Nrwto.v. of the Oflce for Patents. 6G, Chanceiy I^e, 
n the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 

breech-loading fire-arms and cartridges far the same." — A communicafion. 

Letters Patent tealed. 

1173. RoBKBT CiiRisToi'HBR WiTTT, of Mitchsm, in the County of Surrey, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements In protecting ships of war and land 
batteries and fortifications from injury from shot and other projectiles." 

Provisiaaol protection only. 

1174. Frederick Albert Gattv, of Accrington, in the County of Lancaster, 
Manufacturing Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in treating cotton, 
jT cotton yams, and fabrics, when dyed with certain colours." — Letters Patent sealed. 

U7fi. Robbbt Hawkins Nicuollb, of 42, St. Michael's Hill, Brixtol, for an 

nvention for — " Improvementa in taps or cocks for drawing off ale or other liquids." 

Provisional proltctioa only. 

1176. ioii. Ll'ib, Patent Agent, of No. 1b, Welbcck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An apparatus for baking 
fire brick clay." — A communication. Lrllers Patent sealed. 

1177. Jozi Llib, Patent Agent, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square. 
n the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — "A distilling pi|>e." — A communi- 
cation. Letters Patent sealed. 

1178. Jozfe Lvis, of No. lo, Wellwck Street, Cavendish Square, London, in the 
dounty of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An apparatus for cutting square- 
headed cork, and in corking bottles with the same." — .4 commtmication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1179. Joz6 Luis, of No, Ib. Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, in London. 
a the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — "The application and use of the 
fibrous textile plant called in Arabia, Diss, or in Latin, Arundo featuca patula, or by 
botanists, Festu coides et donax tenax. in the manufacturing of pulp for paper, and 
tow for thread, tissues, and cordage." — A communication. Leitrrt Patent sealed, 

1180. John Charlbv Riddel, Ironmonger, of Belfast, in the County of Antrim, 
Ireland, and David Ritche. and Andbbw Watbqn, Ironfounders, and Johk 

, Pattern Maker, of GUsgow, in the County of Lanark, North 
Britain, for an invention for — " Improvements in cooking-ranges and other fire-places." 

Protiiiona! protection only, 

U61. George Chsadle, of Wolverhampton, in the County of Staffon), Hard- 
rare Merchant, for an invention for — " A new or improved flooring cramp," 



4 



Wk 




76 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Bayliss. 
26th May 1858. 



Cowan. 
26th May 1858. 



FoURGAS8l£. 

26th Maj 1858. 

Henry. 

26th May 1858. 



Lister. 
Warburton. 
26th May 1858. 

y^ Stuart. 
26th May 1858. 

BOUQUI^. 

26th May 1858. 

Engert. 
27th May 1858. 



schofield. 
Harling. 

27th May 1858. 



CUIT. 
GODEFROY. 

27th May 1858. 

Clark. 
27th May 1858. 



COWPER. 

27th May 1858. 



BOVILL. 

27th May 1858. 

VODOZ. 

27th May 1858. 

Clarke. 
27th May 1858. 

Bower. 
27th May 1858. 



1182. William Bayliss, of the firm of Wm. & M. Bayliss & Co. of Monmore 
Green, Wolverhampton, in the County of Sta£Pord, for an invention for — " Iron 
tubular fencing to be used for general fencing as well as for the purposes of irrigation 
and conveying water where required for agricultural or horticultural purposes." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1188. William Cowan, of Edinburgh, in the County of Midlothitm, North 
Britain, Brass Founder, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or appa- 
ratus for disengaging horses from carriages in cases of accidents." 

Provisional protection only. 

1184. Pierre Antoine Fourgassi^, of Castres, in the French Empire, Banker, 
for an invention for — "An apparatus for clod crushing, rolling, weeding, and 
scarifying, clearing, or preparing land." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1185. Michael Henry, of 84, Fleet Street, in the City of London, Patent 
Agent, for an invention for — " A new or improved fabric, and improved sewing and 
stitching machine especially applicable for manufactmnng the same." — A com- 
munication from J. Imbs, Letters Patent sealed. 

1188. Samuel Cunliffe Lister, of Bradford, and James Warburton, 
of Addingham, Spinners, for an invention for — " Improvements in spinning." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1187. James Stuart, of Sly Kate's Hill, Chatham, in the County of Kent, for 
an invention for — "An improvement in distilling asphalte, pitch, tar, and other 
bituminous substances." Letters Patent sealed. 



1188. Ferdinand Bouquij^, of Paris (France), Civil Engineer, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the manufactmre of chains." 

Letters Patent sealed; specification filed without drawings; drawings filed hy order. 

1189. Adam Cyrus Engert, of the City Road, in the County of Middlesex, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " A method of preparing tin foil or leaf in order 
to its employment as a substitute for silver leaf." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only. 

1190. Joseph Schopield, of Rashcliffe, Lockwood, near Huddersfield, in the 
County of York, Iron Founder and Machine Maker, and George Harling, of 
Primrose Hill, in Almondbury, in the County of York, Mechanic, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in means or apparatus employed in weaving." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1191. Charles Cuit, Manufacturer, and Alexandre Godefroy, Gentleman, 
both of Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
railway breaks." Provisional protection only. 

1192. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in presenting 
butter." — A communication from Louis Belin, residing at Moulins {Allier), in the 
Empire of France. Letters Patent sealed. 

1193. Charles Cowper, of No. 20, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, in 
the County of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for an invention for — ** Improvements in 
machinery for combing and preparing wool, cotton, and other fibrous materials." — A 
communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1194. George Hinton Bovill, of Dumsford Lodge, Wimbledon, in the 
County of Surrey, for an invention for — "Improvements in the manuf^ture of 
fuel" Letters Patent sealed. 

1196. Vincent Louis Vodoz, of the Westminster Club, Albemarle Street, in 
the Coimty of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improvement on the chimneys 
and glasses of gas and other lamps." Letters Patent sealed. 

1196. Charles Clarke, Master of the Newmarket Union House, Exning, in 
the County of Suffolk, for an invention for — "Improvements in machinery for 
dibbling wheat and other grain or seeds and manure." , Letters Patent sealed. 

1197. Joseph Bower, of Hunslet, near Leeds, Manufacturing Chemist, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of glass." 

Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



77 



OSLER. 

28th May 1858. 
Stanley. 

FiTTALL. 

28th May 1858. 

Dunn. 

Irlam. 

28th May 1858. 

Mennons. 
28th May 1858. 



Mennons. 
28th May 1858. 

TiNDALL. 

28th May 1858. 

Lackersteen. 
28th May 1858. 

Godet. 
28tih May 1853. 

Arnal. 
28th May 1858. 

Bond. 
28th May 1858. 

Shuttleworth. 
2lnh May 1858. 

Sykes. 

Sykes. 

Sykes. 

29th May 1858. 

Hodgson. 
Hodgson. 

29th May 1858. 



DOLD. 

29th Mav 1858. 



ROCKETT. 

Reynolds. 
29th May 1858. 

Martin. 
29th May 1858. 



Lee. 
29th May 1858. 



1198. Samuel Oslbr, of South Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, for an inven- 
tion for — " The manufacture of fish into guano and food." Letters Patent sealed, 

1109. Charles Stanley, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Merchant, 
and Joseph Fittall, of Birmingham, aforesaid. Warehouse Clerk, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in skylights and glass roofing." Letters Patent sealed, 

1200. Thomas Dunn, and William Irlam, both of the City of Manchester, 
Engineers, for an invention for — ** Improvements in machinery for altering the 
position of locomotive engines and carriages on railways." Letters Patent sealed, 

1201. Marc Antoine Francois Mennons, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de TEchiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — 
"An improved key joint for connecting detached pieces of wood or metal." — A comr- 
munication. Provisional protection only, 

1202. Marc Antoine Francois Mennons, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de PEchiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — 
" An aperient biscuit." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1203. Lorenzo Tindall, of Sherwood Foundry, Mansfield, in the County of 
Nottingham, Iron Founder, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or 
apparatus for sweeping and cleansing roads and streets." Letters Patent sealed, 

1204. James Frederick Lackersteen, of Young Street, Kensington, Civil 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for cutting and splitting 
wood." Letters Patent sealed, 

1205. Augusts Godet, of 31, Rue St. Hubert, Bordeaux, France, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in raising weights." Provisional protection only, 

1206. Augusts Arnal, living at Rue du Faubourg St. Honor^, No. 191, in 
Paris, Merchant, for an invention for — " A nose bag for horses." 

Provisional protection only, 

1207. Erasmus Bond, of \Miarf Road, City Road, in the County of Middlesex, 
Mineral Water Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An improved aerated liquid." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1208. Joseph Shuttleworth, of the Stamp End Works, Lincoln, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in portable and other steam-engine boilers." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1209. Enoch Sykes, Reuben Sykes, and Philemon Sykes, all of Hudders- 
field, in the County of York, for an invention for — " Improvements in continuous 
spinning and ro\dng machines for spinning and roving wool, a part of which is appli> 
cable to spinning other fibrous substances." Letters Patent sealed^ 

1210. William Hodgson, and Henry Hodgson, of Tliomton Road, Bradford, 
in the County of York, Machine and Tool Makers, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in machinery or apparatus for preparing and spinning or producing motley 
yams from ronngs of unequal thicknesses of wool or other fibrous substances." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1211. Alexander Dold, of Chatham, in the County of Kent, Clock Maker, for 
an invention for — " Improved apparatus for winding clocks, which apparatus is also 
applicable as a motor for all machinery usually turned by hand, horse, or other power^ 
and for preventing the descent of smoke into chambers or other places." 

Provisional protection only„ 

1212. Samuel Rockett, and John James Reynolds, both of the Strand, in 
the County of Middlesex, Umbrella Manufacturers, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in the manufacture of umbrellas and parasols." Letters Patent sealed^ 

1213. John Martin, of Newman Street, Oxford Street, in the County of Middle- 
sex, Joiner, and Foreman to Messrs. Graham, Jackson, and Graham, Oxford Street^ 
for an invention for — " Improvements in means or apparatus for the prevention or 
cure of smoky chimneys." Provisional protection only, 

1214. Thomas Vincent Lee, of Thames Chambers, York Buildings, Adelphi, 
in the County of Middlesex, Ci\'il Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
the construction of steam generators applicable to marine, locomotive, and all other 

I uses where steam is applied as the motive-power." Provisional protectUm only„ 



78 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Mennons. 
29th May 1858. 

Hebson. 
29th May 1858. 

Henry.. 
29th May 1858. 



SCHLOSS. 

29th May 1858. 



Young. 

Strang. 

3l8t May 1858. 

Thornber. 
3l8t May 1858. 



GiRBRD. 

Wohlgemuth. 
31at May 1858. 



Snow. 
Slat May 1858. 

Parsons. 
31st May 1858. 



Jaeger. 
3l8tMay 1858. 

Newton. 
31st May 1858. 



Austin. 
Armstrong. 
31st May 1858. 

BiNKS. 

Isi June 1858. 

Barchou. 
1st June 1858. 

Yassbrot. 
Ist June 1858. 



1216. Marc Antoine Francois MBNNONs/of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de rEchiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — 
'' An improved fumigating apparatus." — A communicatum. Letters Patent sealed. 

1216. Douglas Hebson, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Ckinsulting 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in ships' gear, part of which is ^pli- 
cable to fomung ropes for general purposes." Provisional protection only, 

1217. Michael Henry, of 84, Fleet Street, in the City of London, Patent Agent, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in and in preparing agents for dyong, preparing 
for dyeing, and tanning, and applying certain of the resulting products for obtaining 
pulp for paper and pasteboard, and the manufacture of blacking." — A commumcaium 
from J, B, Vasseur and A, Houbigant, Letters Patent sealed. 

1218. Joseph Schloss, of 75, Cannon Street West, City, Merchant, for an 
invention for — ** A so called book clasp or improved fastening of books, being also 
applicable to pocket-books, ledgers, blotting-cases, and similar articles where locks, 
bolts, or clasps are employed." Letters Patent sealed. 

1219. John Young, and James Strang, of Castle Glen, and Glasgow, in the 
County of Lanark, North Britain, Manufacturing Chemists, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in the manufacture of starch, gum, or dextrine, and their compounds." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1220. John Barker Thornber, of Halifax, in the County of York, Gentleman, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in carriages for children, commonly called 
' perambulators,' which improvements are also applicable to invalid and other car- 
riages." Letters Patent sealed. 



1221. Jean Baptists Girerd, of 36, Newman Street, Oxford Street, and Paul 
Frederick Wohlgemuth, of 57, New Bond Street, Hanover Square, both in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in ornamental stidning, 
dyeing, and fixing designs, writing, letter-press and type printing and cyphering, and 
colours, on wood or any other substances, also extracting, transferring, or discharging 
colours from the same." Provisional protection only, 

1222. George Knowles Snow, of Watertown, in the State of Massachusetts, 
of the United States of America, for an invention for — "A new and useful machine 
for affixing postage stamps to letters." Provisional protection only. 

1223. William Parsons, of Pratt Street, Old Lambeth, Manufacturing Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in steam-engines for propelling vessels and 
other purposes, and in bearings for the screw shafts of steam vessels." 

Provisional protection only, 

1224. Herman Jaeger, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Gentleman, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in dyeing wool." Provisional protection only, 

1225. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in printing and dyeing textile and other fabrics." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only, 

1226. John Austin, of Wellington, in the County of Salop, Manufacturer, and 
Jambs Armstrong, of Wellington, aforesaid. Manufacturer, for an invention for— 

An improvement or improvements in the manufacture of coke." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1227. Christopher Binks, of the City of London, for an invention for — 
Improvements in manufacturing soap." Provisional protection cmly, 

1228. Alfred Barchou, 22, Cranboume Street, Leicester Square, Parish di 
St. Martin in the Fields, County of Middlesex, London, for an invention for — "A heel 
for boots and shoes." Letters Patent sealed. 

1229. Charles Fr^d^ric Vasserot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " A kind of tramway to facilitate the locomotion 
of bedsteads." — A communication from Antoine (xoud, (f Bordeaux {Gironde), in the 
Empire of France. Prwisional protection only. 



€t 



€€ 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



79 



2nd June \»bS. 



2nd June 1958. 



ROBBKTB. 

Snd June 1668. 



MjtIKLUON. 

3rd Jane 1858. 



1230. Alonzo GAVbOBD Gbant, of New York, in the United State* of America, 
Photographic Artist, for an invention for — "A method of prepuiog paper in order 
to render it waterproof and adapted for the reception of pliotogmphic pictures." 

Promsional pratection on(y. 

laai. Alomzo Gavi-obd Grant, of New York, in the United States of America, 
Photographic Artist, for an invention for — "An improved rtand of rest for cameras, 
theodohtes, guna, and other articles." Provisional protection ontg. 

1232. HonERT Wilson Chandler, of Bow, in the County of MiddleMx, 
Enpneer, and Thomas Oliver, of Hatfield, in the County of Hertford. Farmer, 
for an invention for— " Improvements in agricultural apparatuses for ploughing and 
uthenviae operating upon land." Lflters Patent uattd. 

1S33. JosRPH Lang, of Calder Vale, Garstang, County of Lancaster, for an 
invention for — " An improved method of signalling on railways." 

Provigioaal protection only. 

1S84. Francis James Candv, of Haslemere, in the Count; of Surrey, Master 
of Arid, for an invention for—" Improvements in machinery for the mauufncture 
of fishing and other nets." Proeinonal proltctivn only. 

1S36. John Manmiabot, residing at Munich, m the Kingdom of Bavaria, for 
an invention for— "An improvement in machinery for the manufiicturing of peat fit 
for fuel, and for the squeezing or forcing of fluids out of the said turf, peat, or ainiilar 
suhslances," Letters Patent sealed. 

1236. Joz£ Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A new farming imple- 
mcnt culled the gleaner."— J communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1237, Joz£ Llih. Patent Agent, of No. 1h, Welheck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesen, for an invention for — " A new description 
of plough with fore-carriage ajiplicable to all swing or common jdoughs." — J oom- 
municatios. Provisional proleelion tmli/, 

1288. David Servick, of Barrhead, in the County of Renfrew. North Britain, 
Block Cutter, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for produdng 
printing-surfaces." Letter) Patent teakd. 

1839, Cqahubs Whbatbtose, of Hammersmith, in the County of Middlesex, 

for an invention for — ■" Improvements in electric telegraphs and in ap^uiratus con- 
nected therewith." Letters Patent teahJ. 



1340. Hbnbv Brown. Bbi 

the County of York, for an ii 
ducing and withdrawing wires 

1241. Cba 



Hodgson, and John Carter, all of Halifai, in 
ion for—'' Improvements in machinery for iutro- 
1 weaving." Letters Patent sealed. 



:, of Hammersmith, in the County of Middlesei, 
Improvements in electro-magnetic telegtajiha, nnd nppiirutus 
used for transmitting signs or indications to distant places hy means of clectriinty." 

Letters Patent staled. 

1343. Richard Roberts, of Heaton Norris, in the County of LancMter, 
Machine Maker, and WriciiI' Suaw, of the same place. Foreman, for an invention 
for — "Certain improvements in looms for weaving." Letters Patent sealed. 

1348. JoHAN Ernst Frioricm Ll'eokxb, of Marke. in the Kingdom of 
Hanover, and of Chipping Norton, in the County of Oxford, Engineer, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improi-emcnts in motive-power engines." Prorintmal yroteetitm cmly. 

1344. JoH> Meiklbjon, of Dalkeith, in the County of Midlothian. North 
Britain, Horticultural Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in lioilcn for 
heating water, and in valves for controlling and regulating the flow or passage of the 
same." Letters Polml staled. 



tOw 



(, of the City of Mancliester, in tlie County of Lancaster, 
'ention for — '' Improvements in water-closets, night commodes, 
I, and also in disinfecting procesaee." Letters Patent ttattd. 



80 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Clayton, 
goodfellow. 
3rd June 1858. 

Bethell. 
3rd June 1858. 

SCHOLEFIELD. 

3rd June 1858. 

Newton. 
3rd June 1858. 



Dalton. 
3rd June 1858. 

Mitchell. 
3rd June 1858. 

Owen. 

3rd June 1858. 

Edwards. 
3rd June 1858. 

Wilson. 
3rd June 1858. 

Von Liebig. 
3rd June 1858. 

Hargreaves. 
Haley. 

4th June 1858. 



Stoehr. 
4th June 1858. 

Dickson. 
4th June 1858. 

Merighi. 
4th June 1858. 

Merighi. 
*4th June 1858. 

Crick. 

Crick. 

4th June 1858. 

QuiN. 

4th June 1858. 

Brooman. 
4th June 1858. 



1246. William Clayton, and Jacob Goodfbllow, both of Blackburn, in the 
County of Lancaster, Engmeers, for an invention for — ''A certain improyement in 
pistons for pumps." Letters Patent sealed, 

1247. John Bethell, of No. 8, Parliament Steeet, Westminster, Gentleman, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the manufactmre of alum." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1248. Thomas Scholefield, of Paris, France, Gas Meter Manufacturer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in gas meters." 

Letters Patent sealed and specification filed, hy order. 

1249. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " An 
improved manufacture of woven fabric applicable chiefly where strength and dura- 
bility are required." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1250. George Dalton, of Lymington, in the County of Southampton, Gentle* 
man, for an invention for — " Improvements in furnaces for smelting the ores of iron 
and other minerals." Provisional protection only, 

1251. John Mitchell, of Dunning's Alley, Bishopsgate Street Without, in the 
City of London, Assayer, for an invention for — "Improvements in purifying 
paraffine." Letters Patent sealed. 

1252. Robert Owen, of Rotherham, in the County of York, Gentleman, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of railway wheel tyres, and in 
machinery employed therein." Letters Patent sealed. 

1253. Henry Edwards, of Dalston, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for 
an invention for — " An improved pipe stem or tube." Letters Patent sealed. 

1254. Thomas Wilson, of Bradmore House, Chiswick, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of mangles." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1255. Justus Baron Von Liebig, of Munich, in the Kingdom of Bavaria, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in protecting the silvered surface of mirrors and 
other articles of glass." Letters Patent sealed. 

1256. William Hargreaves, and Enoch Haley, both of Bradford, in the 
West Riding of the County of York, for an invention for — "Improvements in 
machineiy or apparatus for preparing and combing wool, hair, silk, cotton, flax, and 
other fibrous substances." Provisional protection only. 

1257. Emil Moritz Stoehr, of the City of Manchester, for an invention for — 
" Certain improvements in looms for weaving." — A communication from L A. Heme, 
of Wohldorf, near Hamburgh. Provisional Protection only. 

1258. John Farmerley Dickson, of No. 6, Russell Street, Ldtchwich, near 
Derby, in the County of Derby, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
the permanent way of rwlways." Letters Patent sealed. 

1269. ViTTORio Merighi, of Paris (France), Gentleman, for an invention for— 
" Means for preventing dust on railroads." Provisional protection only. 

1260. ViTTORio Merighi, of Paris, France, Gentleman, for an invention for— 
'* Means for impeding and extinguishing fires on railway trains." 

Provisional protection only. 

1261. Thomas Crick, and John Throne Crick, of Leicester, Boot Manu- 
fSEU^turers, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the manufacture of boots, shoes, 
and slippers." Letters Patent sealed. 

1262. Richard Quin, of 5, Rodney Street, Pentonville, in the County of Middle- 
sex, for an invention for — " Improvements in ordnance and fire-arms." 

Provisional protection only. 

1268. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, Patent Agent, for an invention for — *' Improvements in preparing the fibrous 
portions of certain textile plants, and the employment thereof when prepared, either 
alone or in combination with articles already in use^ for the purposes of stu£5ng." — A 
communication. Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GILVNTED. 



5th June IB5S. 

Paok. 
5tfa June 1858. 



COOKK. 
DtCKINROX. 

Sth June 1S58. 



5th June \B5$: 



5tb June 1868. 

[Udfirld. 

Gth June 1858. 

Scots ON. 

ClIAKNLEV. 

7th Jane 1858. 

Frhradbb. 
7th June I8&8. 



docllbkger. 
Martin. 
7th June 1858, 

0dm LOP. 
7tli June \»5&. 



364. John Henry Johnson, of -17, Linroln'a Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 16G, Buchanan Street, in the City of Gliuigow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvementa in railway wheeU and in axle-boxes 
and hearings for the same." — A communication from Dr. William B. Fa/intsloet. <if 
the United States of America. Complete specification ; Letters Patent scaled, 

ISes. Jahgs Banks, of Liverpool, in the County of Litneaater, fnr an invention 
Tor — "All improved reaping-machine." Provitionul protection only. 

1368. MichaelPaob, of Valdoie, near Bclfort, a Town in France, Civil Engineer, 
For an invention for — " A steam or power kneading apparatus." 

Proeisiottal proleelion on/y, 

1367. Henbv Caiiteii, of the City of Mnncheatei', in the County of Lancaater, 
G«a Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in gas Irarners." 

ProBisional protection only. 
568. Charles Hancock, of the West Ham Gutta-percha Company, West 
Street, Smithfield, in the City of London, for an inventiou for — " Improvementa in 
the manufacture of electric tdegraph cables." Letters Patent fralrd. 

1268. Edward Cooke, of Smethwick, in the County of Stafford, Manager of 
Works, and Gsobor Dickinson, of Smethwick, aforesaid, Manufacturer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the manuiscture of metallic and other l)edBteada, 
and other articles for sitting, lying, and reclining upon." Letters Patent sealrd. 

1S70. RoBBRT Orr, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, Threail 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improved apparatus to be appUed to various 
machines used in the manufacture of yarn or thread." Letters Patent sealed. 

1271. Alexandre Man-br(;, of Rathbone Place, in the County of Middlesex, 
Brewer, for an invention for— "An improved method of preparing malt and other 
grtun, and in extracting the saccharine niatter therefiram, whether for the purposes of 
brewing, dialilling, or otherwise." Letters Patent sealed. 

127S. Frederick Henry Whitbman, of 28, Essex Street, hlington, in the 
County of Middlesex, Gentleman, fur an Invention for — " Rendering paper hangings 
for decorating the interior of houses capable of being washed by soap and water 
without detriment to the colors thereof." Procisional protection tml^, 

1273. William Pobteh, of No. 9, Lansitowne Villas, Brorapton, in the County 
of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in artilleiy, 
ordnance, and some other descriptions of fire-arms." Provisional protection only. 

1274. William Hoofer, of Mitcham, in the County of Siurey, for an invention 
Tor—" Improvementa in the manufacture of projectiles." Promsional protection only^ 

1275. George Hadfield, Varnish Manufacturer, of Carlisle, in the County of 
Cumberland, for an invention for — " Improvementa in the protection of carboys or 
other vessels anrl packages." Letters Patent sealed. 

1276. SoMLNU ScoTsos, of Clayton, in the County of Lancaster, and Hknrv 
Charnlsv, of Grimahaw Street Foundry, Preeton, in the same County, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in machinery connected with traction and other engines, 
md in endless railways to be used therewith." Proeisional protection oii/y, 

1277. James Ferradee. of Thrupp, near Stroud, in the Comity of Gloucester, 

Engineer, for an iiivcntiiin for — " Iropnivements in machinery for cutting, ooUeeting, 
and spreading graas. and fur sweeping." Lrltera Patent sealed. 

1278. John Jkpuson Rowlky, of Rawthurae, nesx ChetterfiGld. for an invention 
Tor — " Improvements in apparatus for applying lime, soot, and other matters to 
turnips and other crops, and manure to land." Letters Patent sealed. 

1276. John BouLLgNcEB, Advocate, and Lewis Jahbs Martin, both of Paris, 
II the Empire of France, for an invention for — " An apparatus serving to the decom- 
posing neutral fatty substance* into fatty or oily acid and glycerine," 

Prorwional protection only. 

1280. John Macmillan Dcnlop, of the City of Manchester, in the County of 
IiancBster. Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for sizing 
abrouB materials," Letters Patent teated. 



I 



82 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



WiMBALL. 

7th June 1858. 



VlGERS. 

7th June 1868. 

Lombard. 

esquiron. 

• 7th June 1858. 



Hicks. 
7th June 1858. 

DUNLOP. 

8th June 1858. 

Wappenstein. 
8th June 1858. 



1281. Henry WimbalL, of AldemiMton, in the County of Berks, Brick 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or appantus for 
destroying tha turnip fly and other destructive insects on growing crops." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1282. Edward Vigers, of Paddington, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in the manufiujture of hricks and other articles moulded or formed from 
clays." Letters Paient semM. 

1283. Jean Baptibtb Adolphe Lombard, and Xavier Tristan Esquiron, 
hoth of Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention fop — " A new or improved 
method of obtaining saccharine substances from cereal and vegetable matters, and 
applying the products obtained to various useful purposes." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1284. Robert Hicks, of Chatham Place, in the City of London, Gentleman, for 
an invention for — '* The manufacture of a composition or compositions to be em- 
ployed as black lead." Letters Patent sealed. 

1285. John Macmillan Dun lop, of the City of Manchester, in the County of 
Lancaster, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in bowls or rollers used 
in machines for printing fibrous materials/' Letters Patent sealed. 

1288. Rudolph Wappenstein, of the City of Manchester, in the County of 
Lancaster, Engraver and Printer, for an invention for — ^"Improvements in the 
manufacture of artificial whalebone applicable to umbi^las, parasols, stays, hats, 
bonnets, reeds, crinolines, and other similar purposes." Letters Patent seeded. 

1287. Isaac Ketch um, of 59, Canning Street, Liverpool, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Merchant, for an invention for—" An improved self-acting perforated baster." 

Provisional protection only. 

1288. John Cliff Quince, of Crosby Hall Chambers, Bishopsgate, in the 
County of Middlesex, Commission Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
stoppers for bottles and jars." Letters Patent sealed. 

1289. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magasine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — ** Improvements in the manufacture of copper pipes and tubes." — A communica- 
tion from Messieurs LUbaut and Eyrot. Provisional protection only. 

1290. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, ui the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " The manufacture or preparation 
of extract of Peruvian guano." — A communication from Alexander Coeket, of Paris, 
Chemist. Letters Patent sealed. 

1291. Alexander Robertson, of Sheffield, in the County of York^ Stove Grate 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in stoves or firegrates." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1292. Joseph Bunnett, of Deptford, in the County of Kent, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the construction of floors, roofs, and arches." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1298. David Irons, of 6, Cornwall Terrace, Creek Road, Deptford, in the 
County of Kent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the mariners' compass." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1294. James Rawlings, of Collingboum Ducis, in the County ot Wilts, fbr an 
invention for — " Improvements in thrashing-machines." Letters Patent sealed. 

1295. Arthur Rigg, Senior, and Arthur Rigg, Junior, both of Chester, fbr an 
invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for tipping or upsetting coals, minerals, 
or other substances, and in brake machinery." Letters Patent sealed. 

1296. George Suares, of No. 1, Cullum Street, Fenchurch Street, in the Qty 
of London, Merchant, for an invention for — " An improvement in fire-arms.** — A cow- 
municationfrom Victor Collette, residing at Lihge, in the Kingdom qf Belgium.*^ 

Provisional protection only. 

1297. Frederick Albert Gatty, of Accrington, in the County of Lancaster, 
Manufacturing Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in dying cotton and 
other fibrous materials and &brics." Letters Patent seated. 



Ketch UM. 
8th June 1858. 

Quince. 
8th June 1858. 

Brooman. 
6th June 1858. 



Clark. 

8th June 1858. 



Robertson. 
8th June 1858. 

Bunnett. 
8th June 1858. 

Irons. 

8th June 1858. 

Rawlings. 
8th June 1858. 

Rigg. 

Rigg. 

8th June 1858. 

Suares. 
9th June 1858. 



Gattv. 

9th June 1858. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



83 



IfOBBLKY. 

IHh June 1858. 



Lhs. 
9tii June 1858. 

HUOHKS. 

2Hh June 1858. 



Grimshaw. 
9tb June 1858. 

GiLBEB. 

9fch June 1858. 



Vabsbrot. 
9th June 1858. 



EasteUbbook. 
9ih June 1858. 



DUMONT. 

. 9th June 1858. 



Trbbby. 
9th Jane 1858. 



ROLLINSON. 

9th June 1858. 

Robinson. 
Ogden. 
9th June 1858. 

ROBBRTS. 

9th June 1858. 

Cammbll. 

9ih June 1858. 

RoBBRTff. 

9th June 1858. 

Castle. 
10th June 1858. 

Mbllor. 
Jamibbon. 
lOth June 1858. 



1298. David Moseley, of Chapel Field Works, Ardwick, in the City of Man- 
chester, Manufacturer of India-rubber and Gutta-percha, for an invention for — *' Im- 
provements in machinery used in the manufacture of vulcanized India-rubber 
thread. *' Letters Patent sealed. 

1299. Samuel Lees, of Salford, in the County of Lancaster, Manufacturings 
Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of tan or tannin, 
and in tanning hides to make leather." Provisional protection only, 

1300. Edward Thomas Hughes, of the firm of Hughes and Son, Patent 
Agents, 123, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in machinery or apparatus for sowing grain." — A communication 
from Auguste Alexandre Scabell, resident at Neinhagen, in the Kingdom of Prussia, 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1301. Edward Clark Grimshaw, of Denton, in the County of Lancaster, Block 
Turner, for an invention for — ** Improvements in furnaces and steam-boilers." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1802. William Armand Gilbee, of No. 4, South Street, Finsbury, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of railway 
wheels." — A communication. Provisional protection only. 



1803. Charles Fri^di^ric Vasserot, of 45, F^sex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an in\'ention for — " An apparatus for measuring and registering 
the flow of liquids." — A communication from Messrs. Charles Alexis Bourdier and 
Albert Bartr^, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Provisional protection only. 

1304. John Easterbrook, of the firm of Easterbrook and Allcard, of Sheffield, 
in the County of York, Tool Manufacturers, for an invention for — " An improvement 
in ratchet braces." Letters Patent sealed, 

1306. Philibert Dumont, of Southwark Square, BoroS in the County of Sur- 
rey, Gentleman, for an invention for — '' Improved implements for distributing or 
applying powder." Letters Patent sealed, 

1306. Thomas Wright Gardiner Treeby, of No. 1, Westhoume Terrace 
Villas, Uj)per Westboume Terrace, Paddington, in the County of Middlesex, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in revolving fire-arms and cannon, and cartridges." 

Provisional protection only, 

1307. Henry Rollinson, of Stepney, in the County of Middlesex, for an in- 
vention for — " An artificial fuel." Letters Patent sealed, 

1308. Thomas Robinson, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Brass 
Founder, and Heth Ogden, of the same place. Engineer, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in safety lamps and in apparatus connected therewith." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1300. John Roberts, of Upnor, in the County of Kent, Terra Cotta Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — ** An improved construction of reflector or cover for gas 
burners.'* Provisional protection only, 

1310. Charles Cammell, of Cyclops Steel Works, Sheffield, in the County of 
York, Steel Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in railway buffers." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1811. John Roberts, of Upnor, in the County of Kent, Terra Cotta Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — ** An improved construction of stove." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1312. George Castle, of No. 10, Tamworth Road, Croydon, in the County of 
Surrey, for an invention for — " Ventilating women's stays by means of perforation." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1313. Thomas Walton Mellou, of Ashton-under-Lyne, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Manufacturer, and William Jamiekon, of the same place. Machinist, for an 
invention for—*' Certain improvements in looms for weaving figured fabrics." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



F 2 



84 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Luis. 
lOth June 1858. 

Luis. 
10th June 1858. 

Luis. 
10th June 1858. 

Luis. 
10th June 1858. 

ClIATWIN. 

Taylor. 
l(M;h June 1858. 

Crosland. 
10th June 1858. 

Davis. 
10th June 1858. 



Hall. 
10th June 1858. 

RbynoldsI 
10th June 1^58. 

Wilkinson. 
10th June 1858. 

WiLKINS. 

10th June 1858. 

Gemmell. 
nth June 1858. 

BiGELOW. 

nth June 1858. 

BiGELOW. 

nth June 1858. 

Bartholomew. 
nth June 1858. 



Newton. 
nth June 1858. 



Chbavin. 

nth June 1858. 



1814. Jozjfe Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1 b, Wdbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An alemhic wine exa- 
miner.*' — A communication. Provisional protection only. 

1815. Jozjfi Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1 e, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
■London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improved thrashing- 
machine." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1816. Joz^ Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1 b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improved btdanoe 
beam thrashing-machine." — A communication. Provisional protection only. 



1817. JozE Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1 b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improved nose bag 
for gi^nng horses their oats, &c." — A communication. Provisional protection only. 

1818. Thomas Chatwin, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Machinist, 
and Charles Taylor, of Birmingham, aforesaid. Machinist, for an invention for 
" Improvements in screw stocks." hetters Patent sealed. 

1819. James Stead Crosland, of Ashton-under-Lyne, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Engineer, for an invention for — *' Certain improvements in steam-engines." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1820. William Davis, Wood Turner, of Loveday Street, Birmingham, in the 
County of Warwick, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in the tangs of 
awls, also in the mode of manufacturing awl blades or similar articles, and likewise in 
the stocks or pads for holding the same." Letters Patent sealed. 

1821. George Hall, Ironmonger, of St. John's, in the City of Worcester, of the 
County of that name, for an invention for — '* Certain improvements in cartridges." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1822. Henry Reynolds, of King William Street, in the City of London, Gen- 
tleman, for an invention for — *' An improved method of separating glycerine from 
saline and other substances." Letters Patent sealed. 

1828. William Wilkinson, of Bayswater, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Certain new textile and other combined fabrics, and means 
of ornamenting fabrics and skins." Provisional protection only. 

1824. William Crane Wilkins, of Long Acre, in the County of Middlesex, 
Lighthouse Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in lighthouses." 

Provisional protection only. 

1826. James Gemmell, of Belfast, in the County of Antrim, Ireland, Starch 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the manufacture of starch." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1826. Lucius A. Bigelow, of 133, High Holbom, in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in sewing-machines." — A communication. 

Complete specification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

1827. Lucius A. Bigelow, of 133, High Holbom, in the County of Middlesex, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " A new and improved machine for sweeping car- 
peted and other floors." — A communication. Provisional protection only. 



1828. George Bartholomew, of the Town and County of Linlithgow, North 
Britain, Edge Tool Maker, for an invention for—" Improvements in that description 
of gas-meters commonly called wet gas-meters." Letters Patent sealed. 

1829. William Edward Newton, of the OflBice for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved appa- 
ratus for supplying boilers with water." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1880. Squier Cheavin, of Spalding, in the County of Lincobi, Plumber and 
Glazier, for an invention for—*' An improved preparation or combination of mineral 
substances apphcable for use as a pigment, cement, or mastic, or to be used either 
alone or in combination with other well known materials for washing, scouring cleans- 
ing, or bleaching purposes." betters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



131. LEONARD Framj'ois LEMifcKR, of Camlenui, in the Empire of France, 

Manufacturer, for on iiiveuljon for — " Iraprovcnicnts in treutnii^ hemp or tow for tbo 

cBulkin(( of ships and vessels, parts of which improvements are tippUcalile to waahing 

and cleansing teitile articles or fabrics impregnated with greasy or oily matters, and 

'.n the apparatus connected therewith." htttm Patent sealed. 

133a, Gborcb William Hart, of 5, Oshorn TerraM, Southsea. for an invention 

lllh June 1358. fot^— " Improvements in the manufacture of locks." Ltttrrs Patent sealed. 

1SS3. GEaaoB Tomlinson Bol'sfibld, of Loughborough Pork, Brixton, in the 

I Ith June 1858. County of Surrey, for an invention for — "' Improvements in marine steam-engines." 

—A commnnicalion from Daniel flumum, qf Jersey City, Coun/y of HuiUon, and Slate 

of New Jersey. Complete sjKrcifieation : Jjellers Patent sealed, 

1334. GcHTAP TuEoDOR Stieler, of Manchester, ui the County of Lancaster, 

Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the means for generating steam 

and economising fuel." Promtioaal protection only. 

Hall. 1385. Joseph Hall, Marble Mason, of Derby, in the County of Derby, for an 

I2tU June 1858, invention for—" An improvement in the slide valves of steam-engines." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

CUAKK, 1336. William Clakk, of Ih3, Chancery Lone, in the County of Middlesex, 

Iiith June 1858. Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in mochineiy for 
combing cotton and other fibrous material," — A eommunicalion from Jean Jaei/ues 
Boiirciirt, Gentleman, residing at Guebwilter {Haul RAiii). Letters Patent Healed. 

1337. Allan Gibson, John Pollock, and John Martin, oil of Stratford, in 

the County of Essex, Engineers, for an invention for — " Improveraenta in the con- 
struction of steam-engine boilers and fiimacts, for effecting the prevention of smoke." 
Prorisional protection only, 
1336. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
12th June I85t*, Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — "A new treatment or preparation 
' a vegetable product, and its ajiplication as a fibrous or textile material, and which 
3 terms vegetable silk and vegetable wool." — A communicatiott frwn Augvite Alex- 
andre de I'itleneme, and Camille Georges Beaury, Mannfaetsrers, residing at Paris, 
in tkt Empire of France. letters Patent nealrd. 

1338. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, Gfi, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Im- 
proved machinery for cutting veneers." — A comtnitnication. Jietlers Patent tealed. 

1840. William Clakk, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of MiihUcsex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Imjiroveroents in curtain iwlcs or 

' 1." — A communication from Alpkonse Loustaunau, Merchant, residing at Paris, in 
the Empire of France. Provisional proleclion only. 

1841. James Hadden Young, of G6, Great College Street, Camden Town, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improveraenta in setting up (compoaing) 
and distributing types." Letters Patent sealed, 

1343. Henry John Daniell, of Donington, in the County of Derby, Colonel 
(late Coldstream Guards) for an invention for — " A process by which the stamp on 
bankers' cheques is cancelled and the cheque indelibly and simultaneously crossed." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1343. Hbnrv Needuam Scrope Shkapnel, of Medway Manor House, Bmd- 
Mth June 1858, ford, in the County of Wilts, for an invention for— "An improvement in preparing 

ron and other metals or mixtures of metals for and in casting the same in mouhla." 
Proeitional protection only. 

1344. Georgb Neall, Gas Engineer, of the Town and County of Northampton, 
fur the invention of—" Certain improvements m gas stoves for warming, cooking, 
md other purposes, as also in the saucepans, kettles, or other utensils to be used 
with the same." Le«er* Patent sealed. 

1346. JosEPD Hetiierinoton, of Store Street Mills, in the City of Manchester, 
in the County of Lancaster, Machinist,. for an invention for — "Improvements in 
guides or cleorers used in machines for winding, reeling, and cleanug threads of 
cotton, ailk, and other fibrous materiuls." Provisional pTuleclion only. 



86 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Johnson. 
14th June 1858. 



Henderson. 
14th June 1858. 

GUFFROY. 

15th June 1858. 



Masson. 

De la. MoRINlkRE.^ 

15th June 1858. 

Pitt. 
15th June 1858. 



Adshead. 
15th June 1858. 

Julius. 
15th June 1858. 

WiLKINS. 

15th June 1858. 

Knowles. 
15th June 1858. 

Warner. 
15th June 1858. 

Dembinsky. 
Engert. 
15th June 1858. 

RUBERY. 

Warwick. 
15th June 1858. 

Predavallb. 
16th June 1858. 

BoU8FIELD« 

16th June 1858. 

Atwatbr. 
16th June 1858. 

Lancaster. 
16th Jupe 1858. 



1846. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for— " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for 
breaking or crushing stones for road metal ind other purposes, and for crushing 
ores and other hard and brittle substances." — A communication from EU W, Blake, 
of New Haven, in the County of Neto Haven, and State of Connecticut, United States 
of America. Letters Patent eealed. 

1847. Joseph Clinton Henderson, of Albany, in the State of New York, 
United States of America, for an invention for — " Improvements in stoves." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1348. Charles Constant Joseph Guffroy, Merchant, of Lille, Town m the 
French Empire, for an invention for — " A new smoke consuming apparatus, and also 
a new method of introducing the coal or fuel into it." 

Complete specification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

1849. Louis Casimir Stanislas Masson, Draughtsman, and Felix de la 
MoRiNikRE, Manufacturer, both of Paris (France), for an invention for — "Improvc- 
• ments in the manufacture of woven fabrics with coloured patterns." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1350. Benjamin Pitt, of No. 4, Great Carter Lane, Doctors' Commons, in the 
City of London, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction 
of knobs and roses used with locks, latches, and such like fastenings as are constructed 
with spindles." Letters Patent sealed. 

1351. George Adshead, of Staley New Mills, Staley Bridge, in the County 
of Chester, Spinner, for an invention for — " Improvements in steam-boilers." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1352. Baron Ferdinand Julius, of Wedel Jarlsberg, of Frederikswcem, in 
Norway, for an invention for — " An improved self-registering compass or control 
compass." Letters Patent sealed. 

1353. William Pickford Wilkins, of Ipswich, in the County of Su£Polk, 
Engineer, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the amingements and construction 
of refrigerating apparatus." Letters Patent sealed* 

1854. Sir Francis Charles Knowles, of Lovell Hill, in the County of Berks, 
M*onet, for an invention for — "Improvements in the fabrication or manufacture 

Letters Patent sealed. 



Baronet 
of steel." 



1355. Hamilton Shirley Warner, of Trinidad, Gentleman, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the manufacture of decolorizing and purifying charcoal." 

Letters Patent sealed; no specification filed. 

1356. Alexander Dembinsky, of Islington, in the County of Middlesex, 
Professor of Chemistry, and Adam Cyrus Engert, of City Road, in the same 
County, Merchant, for an invention for — "An improved fire-proof oompositioii or 
wash." Provisional protection only. 

1357. John Rubery, of Birmingham, and Thomas Warwick, alio of Bir- 
mingham, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery and tools for making 
certain portions of umbrellas and pafasols and lingoes." Letters Patent sealed. 

1358. Bartolommeo Predavalle, of No. 4/0, New Oxford Street, Bloomsbuiy, 
in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, for un invention for — ** Improvements in the 
mode of obtaining motive-power." Provisional proteotiom only. 

1369. George Tomlinson Bousfield, of Loughborough Park, Brixton, in the 
County of Surrey, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus to be used in 
the construction of small boats." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1360. Bryan Atwater, of the State of Connecticut^ of the United States 
of America, for an invention for — " An improved sewing-machine." 

Complete specification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

1361. Charles William Lancaster, of New Bond Street, in the Citj of 
Westminster, Gun Manufacturer, for an invention for — '* An instrument or apparatus 
for charging cartridges for breeoh4oading arms." Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENl^S GRANTED. 



87 



Sawnky. 
i6ih June 1858, 

CreoMen. 
I6th June 1858. 



PiCKBON. 

16th June 1858. 



Hill. 
16ih June 1858. 



Wbstwood. 
16Ui June 1858. 

Daviis. 

I6th June 1858. 



Steven. 
IGth June 1858. 

MAK8DBN. 

I7th June 1858. 

Walton. 
17th June 1858. 

Haslam. 
17th June 1858. 

Allardice. 
Miller. 
17th June 1858. 

Dawson. 
1 7th June 1858. 



Hale. 
17th June 1858. 

Taylor. 

Taylor. 

17th June 1858, 

Crock FORD. 
17ttiJ\mel858. 

Blizzard. 
IHth June 1858. 



1862. William Sawney, of Beverley, in the County of York, Agricultural 
Implement Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus applicable to 
screening, winnowing, and corn-dressing machines." Provisional protection only, 

1863. Jambs Joseph Cregeen, of Plough Road, Rotherhithe, in the County of 
Surrey, Doctor of Medicine, for an invention for — " Improvements in the treatment 
of India and China grass, pine apple, hemp, flax, and other similar fibrous materials, 
and in the machinery or apparatus employed therein." Letters Patent sealed, 

1864. James Hill Dickson, of Stanley Terrace, Rotherhithe, in the County of 
Surrey, Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in machinery or 
apparatus for scutching and hackling flax, hemp, and other similar fibrous materials.'* 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1365. James Charles Hill, of Wildon Iron Works, near Abergavenny, in the 
County of Monmouth, Iron Master, for an invention for — " Improved apparatus for 
ascertaining and indicating the height of water in steam-boilers." 

Provisional protection only, 

1866. Joseph Westwood, of London Yard, Isle of Dogs, Poplar, in the County 
of Middlesex, Ship Builder, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction 
of iron ships." Provisional protection only, 

1867. George Davies, of No. 1, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the County of 
Middlesex, and No. 28, St. Enoch S(|uare, in the City of Glasgow, Civil Engineer 
and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved equilibrium slide valve for 
steam-engines." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1868. Thomas Steven, of Glasgow in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Iron Founder, for an invention for — " Improvements in making moulds for casting." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1869. Joseph Henry Marsden, of the City of Manchester, Hat Manufacturer, 
for an invention for — " Certain improvements in the manufacture of hat«." 

Provisional protection only, 

1870. Frederick Walton, of Wolverhampton, in the County of Stafford, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " A new or improved manufacture of japanned 
wares." Provisional protection only. 

1871. John Haslam, of Preston in the County of Lancaster, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in looms for weaving, and also in shuttles and ])ickers connected 
therewith." Provisional protection only, 

1872. John Allardice, Brass Founder and Chandelier Manufacturer, of 
Glasgow, and William Miller, Manuftw^rer, of Blantyre, both places in the 
Counly of Lanark, North Britain, for an invention foiv—" Improvements in gasaliers." 

Provisional protection only, 

1873. Alfred Dawson, of 14, Barnes Place, Mile End Road, in the Parish of 
St. Dunstan*8, Stepney, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for 
— " An improved ajiparatus for converting small coals or coal dust, or small coals and 
coke, or coal dust and coke, with the admixture of water or other materials, into 
artificial fuel." Letters Patent sealed. 

1874. George Hale, of Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, in the County of 
Middlesex, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improved apparatus 
for obtaining motive-power." Provisional protection only, 

1375. Samukl Taylor, and David Taylor, of Rochdale, in the County of 
I^ncastcr, Machinists, for an invention for — "Improvements in machinery or 
apparatus for putting machine straps or belts on to pulleys or dnnns, and for 
removing the same." Letters Patent sealed. 

137Q. Charles Crock ford, of Holywell, Flintshire, Smelter, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the treatment of the ores of zinc, and in spelter making." 

Provisional protection only. 

1877. William Blizzard, of 11, Victoria Terrace, Ladbroke Road. Notting 
Hill, London, Middlesex, for an invention for— " Improvements in India-rubber, 
gutta-percha, and drying and other oils," Provisional protection only. 



88 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



SUAW. 

18th June 1858. 

Newall. 
18th June 1858. 

Spence. 
18th June 1858. 

Martin. 
18th June 1858. 

Spilsbury. 
19th June 1858. 



Hewitt. 
lIHh June 1858. 



Hope. 
Slater. 
19th June 1858. 



Bradshaw. 
19th June 1858. 

WiNANS. 
WiNANS. 

19th June 1858. 

WiNANS. 
WiNANS. 

19th June 1858. 

WiNANS. 
WiNANS. 

19th June 1858. 

WiNANS. 
WiNANS. 

19th June 1858. 

Halldon. 

19th June 1858. 

Becu. 
19th June 1858. 

Anderson. 
21st .Tune 1858. 



Hbnson. 
2l8t June 1858. 



1878. James Siiaw, of Cheapside, Leicester, for an invention for — ** Improve- 
ments in fire-arms." Provisional protectum omly. 



1879. Robert Stirling Newall, of Gateshead, in the County of Durham, for 
an invention for — '* Improvements in the manufacture of cords, ropes, and cables." 

Letters Patent sealed ; no specification filed, 

1880. William Spence, of 50, Chanceiy Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in clogs, shoes, or supports for 
the feet." — A communication. Provisional protection onkf. 



1881. Pierre Blaise Emile Martin, of Paris, in the French Empire, Civil 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in obtaining electro-motive power." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1882. Francis Gybbon Spilsbury, of Dresden, in the Kingdom of Saxony* 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Making tungstic acid and certain of its salts, and 
for using the same to decolor acetic acid and its compounds." 

Provisional protection only, 

1888. Samuel Hewitt, of the City of Manchester, Commission Agent, for an 
invention for — "An improved appUcation of printed designs to cotton and other 
fabrics, and for improvements in the treatment during the processes of printing and 
finishing such fabrics." Letters Patent sealed, 

1884. Alexander James Berbsford Bbresford Hope, of Arklow House* 
Connaught Place, in the County of Middlesex, Esquire and M.P., and William 
Slater, of Carlton Chambers, Regent Street, in the County of Middlesex, Architect, 
for an invention for — " An improved method of applying iron, or a combination of 
iron and other substances, to the construction of churches and other buildings." 

Provisional protection y or granted, 

1885. John Bradshaw, of Bolton-le-Moors, in the County of Lancaster, for an 
invention for — " Certain improvements in apparatus for obtaining and producing 
motive-power." Provisional protection only, 

1886. Ross Winans and Thomas Winans, of the City and County of Baltimore, 
in the State of Maryland, United States of America, for an invention for — "A new 
and useful improvement in the form of the hulls of steam vessels." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1387. Ross Winans, and Thomas Winans, of the City and County of Baltimore, 
in the State of Maryland, United States of America, for an invention for — ** A new 
and improved steam vessel." Letters Patent sealed, 

1888. Ross Winans, and Thomas Winans, of the City and County of Baltimore, 
and State of Maryland, United States of America, for an invention for — ** A new and 
useful improvement in ocean steamers." Letters Patent sealed, 

1889. Ross Winans, and Thomas Winans, of the City and County of Baltimore, 
and State of Maryland, United States of America, for an invention for — " A new and 
useful improvement in the mode of combining the engines and propeller shafts of 
steam vessels." Letters Patent sealed, 

1890. Richard Halldon, of Willenhall, in the County of Stafford, Locksmith, 
for an invention for — ** Certidn improvements connected with engines worked by 
steam or atmospheric power." Provisional protection only, 

1891. Hippolyte Becu, of Merville, Departement du Nord, France, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in the manufacture of laths and in fixing and nailing the 
same." Letters Patent sealed. 



1892. Sir James Caleb Anderson, of Fermoy, in the County of Cork, Baronet, 
for an invention for — '* Improvements in locomotion, parts of which are applicable 
for other purposes." Letters Patent sealed, 

1898. Henry Henson Henson, of No. 3d, Parliament Street, in the City of 
Westminster, for an invention for — "Preserving or waterproofing ropes, strands, 
cordage, cables, and other similar articles." Letters Patent sealed. 



21rt June l»5Et. 



t'lstjunc li^d». 



WlLKINB. 

I'lst June 185S. 

TfiBirr. 

Uioit. 

I'lst Ju»e lS5t>, 

Nkwto\. 
L'Ut Juncl85t<. 



Mayall. 

Jackbon. 

Oiai June 1)^. 



Gallowav. 
Galloway. 

22ndJaiw 1858. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. py 

1S04. RicHABD Archibald Brooman, of llf!, Fleet Street, iu the City of 
London, E.G., Editor of the Mechanics' Mugaziiie, ant) Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — " Imptovementa in steam cocks." — A communioalion from A. Redhg. 

Prtiviiional pToleclion only. 

1395. Richard Archibald Bhoouan, of IGG. Fleet Street, in the Cil; of I»n- 
Uon, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and l^atent Agent, for an invention for 
— " Improvement* in treating wood to preserve and color it, and in njiparatuaes to be 
eni])1o]'ed therein." — A communical ion from Mesaeurs Lfgf and Pironnrt. 

liftttn Patent sealed. 

1366. James Lawdbr, Lieutenant and Brevet Captain in the Honorable the 
East India Company's Army, for an invention for — " A method of supporting or 
carrying knapsacks, packs, and other weights on the back." 

Prori»ionat prolectiott only. 

1397. JoH N Croablbv, of St. Helen's, in the County of Lancaster, Glnas Manu- 
facturer, for an invention for — " Improvements m machinery for grindiop, smoothing, 
and polishing glasa," Leilers Patent sealed. 



1398. William Cbani 

Lighthouse Engineer, for ai 



I Wi; 



I, of Long Acre, in the County of Middlesex, 
■ention for — '* Improvements in lamps." 

LeltFra Patent tented. 



LLiAM Thrift, and Ad, 

n the County of Middlcs( 
ise water-closets." 



if Bedford Street, Commercial 

on invention for — " Improve- 

Proeiiional protection only. 



1400. William Edwabb Nbwtox, of the OfBce fur Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane, 
ill the County of Middlesex, .Civil Engineer, for an invention foi^"An improved 
method of effecting the separation of the fibres of wood for the manufacture of paper 
therefrom, which is also applicable to the separation of the fibres of dox or other sub- 
stances for the manufocture of textile fabrics, and also to the separation of other 
substances for similar or other purposes." — A eommutiiratioii. Letters Patent sealed. 

1401. Alfrbo ViNcBST Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " An 
improvement in the manulactiire of spoons and forks."— jI coiamunkalion. 

Procinonal protection only. 
140a. William Edward Newton, of the OiEce for Patents. 66, Chanceiy Lone, 
In the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention fur — " Improvements in 
the process and machinery for obtaining from waste and refuse felted fabrics of wool, 
fur, or other materials, fibres iu a suitable condition for being worked into felt and 
other fabrics." — A eomitmnicaliott. Lellera Patent sealed. 



1403. Gardner Rubbell Scbivbn, of the City of Philadelphia, iu the United 
States of America, Gentleman, for an invention for — " An improved ap|)amtua for 
ventilating, and for circulating, moving, or otherwise acting upon air or other fluids." 

Pronisional pralecliim only. 

1404. HsNRY Dbacdk, of Widnes Dock, near Warrington, in the County of 
Liiiicaster, Alkali Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in purifying 
alkaUne lees." Ijetters Patent sealed. 

1405. Miles Mavall, of Mossley, in the County of Lancaster, Cotton Spinner, 
and Georoe Jackhon, of the same place. Manager, for an invention for — "Im- 
provements in machinery or apparatus for spiniung cotton and other fibrous sub- 
stances," Prwiiaionol protection only. 

1406. Geordb Schaub, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Electro 
Metallurgist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manulacture of door 
plates, sign boards, and other surliices having inscriptions, designs, or ornaments 
thereon, and in the manufacture of detached letters, designs, and ornaments, to be 
of&xed to walls and sign boards, or used for other like purjioscG." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1407. William Galloway, and John Galloway, both of Mancheater, in the 
County of Lancuster, Engineers, for an invention for^" Iroitrovementa in maohinerr 
for cutting, bruising, chipping, and mspiiig, or otherwise treating or preparing dye 
woods and roots or other vegetable nibetanoet." Letler$ Patent ttated. 



90 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Pym. 
2and June 1858, 

22nd June 1858. 



Kenworthy. 
22nd June 1858. 

Brown. 

Young, 

22nd June 1858. 

COCKBY. 

Cocksy. 

Cocksy. 

22nd June 1858. 

ROBSRTSON. 

2^d June 1858, 

Barlow. 
2dr4 June 1858. 

Spencer. 
Sdrd June 1858. 



VSRO. 
EVERITT^ 

23rd June 1858, 

LiVgEY. 

Stott. 
2drd June 1858. 

Clibran. 

Clibran. 

2drd June 1858. 

Armstrong. 
23rd Jun^ 1858. 



Paxton. 
23rd June 1858. 



RUMNBY. 
MPI'LOR. 

Macdonald, 
23rd June 1858. 

Nbwton. 
29rd June 1858. 



1408. John Pym, of Trinity Square, in the County of Surrey, Gentleman, for an 
invention for — ** Improvements in machinery for felling trees." 

Provisional protection only. 

1409. Jules Adolphe Raini^, of No. 16, Wells Street, Gray's Inn Road, in the 
County of Middlesex, Gentleman, fbr an invention for — " Improvements in collapsible 
ftvunework for bedsteads, sofas^ and other like articles of furniture." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1410. William Edward Kenworthy, of Water Lane, Leeds, in the County of 
York, Chemist and Shoddy Merchant, for an invention for — " Improvement in manu- 
facture of steel." Provisional protection only. 

14X1. Peter Brown, and Bbnjamin Youno, of Spa Road, Bermondsey, in the 
Borough of Southwark, Glue Manufacturers, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in the manufacture of white lead," Letters Patent sealed. 

1419. Edward Cockey, Henry Cockby, and Francis Cbristophbb Cockey, 

of the firm of Edward Cockey and Sons, of the Frome Iron Foundry, in the County of 
Somerset, Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus employed in 
the manufacture of cheese." Provisional protection only. 

1418. James Robertson, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Machinist, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for regulating the flow 
or passage of fluids." — A communication. Provisional protection only. 

1414. Samuel Barlow, of Stakehill, near Middleton, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Bleacher, for an invention for — '* Improvements in machineiy or apparatus for 
bleaching or cleansing textile faj[)ric8 or materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

1416, Thomas Spencer, of No. 192, Euston Road, Euston Square, London, 
Analytical Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the treatment of iron 
ores and ferruginous sands, and certain appUcittions arising therefrom." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1416. Charles Vero, of Atherstone, in the County of Warwick, Hat Manufu^ 
turer, and James Everitt, of Atherstone, aforesaid, Hat ManufeK^mrer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of hats." Letters Patent sealed. 



1417. Pbter Joel Livsey, Engineer, of the City of Manchester, and Frbdbrick 
Luke Stott, of Rochdale, Machine Maker, both in the County of Lancaster, fbr an 
invention for — ** Improvements applicable to machinery for warping yams or 
threads." Letters Patent sealed. 

1418. William Clibran, and Joseph Clibran, of the City of Manchester, 
Machinists and Manufacturers of Gas Governors, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in apparatus or arrangements for distributing, gov^ning the pressure of, and 
lighting gas." Letters Patent sealed. 

1419. Robert Armstrong, of North Woolwich, in the County of Essex, 
Consulting Engineer, for an invention for-^'' Improvements in steam-boilers and 
furnaces." — Partly a communication from David William Bowman, of Pemambuco, in 
the Empire of the Brazils, Engineer, Letters Patent sealed. 

1420. Sir Joseph Paxton, Knight, M.P., of Rock Hill, Sydenham, for an in- 
vention for — '' Improvements in the manulWcture of horticultural buildings, or 
glazed structures for horticultural and other purposes.'* Letters Patent sealed. 

1421. Robert Rumnby, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, ManufMstur- 
ing Chemist, James Mellor, of the same place. Chemist, and William Steven- 
son Macdonald, of the same place. Mechanic, for fm invention for — " Improve- 
meptf in dyeing and printing cotton* wool, silk, imd other mat^ab and fabrics." 

Provisional protection only. 

1422. William Edward Nbwton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — '* Cehmn im- 
provements in centrifugal governors for steam-engines and other motors." — 4 C^it- 

! munication. Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATKNTfl liRANTED. 



YOHK. 

Pahkim. 

24th June 185tii. 



2^th June IS.W. 



LMth June im>. 



NlOHTINOALB. 

■^h Junt 185tl, 



Doom. 
S6th June IK59. 



1438. Chaklbs BoRiiAa, of No. 8, Upper StomfoMl Street, Blockfriara' Ro«l, 
London, D^iigner in Emhroideiy, for kn invention for — " Improveinenta in the mode 

or uiethod of producing embroiderj." Pr^Dtsumat proteeCion on/y. 

1434. Jaukb Batbb, of Hyde, in thn County of CIimIct, Spinner. Johk York, 
of the same place. Iron Moulder, and W11.LIAM Passin, of Sheillfld. in the 
Coiintj of York, Iron Founder, for an invention for — " Improvementa in pistons 
anil plungers." Lrtten Patent sralfd. 

1425. Phicb Griffiths, of Msnohetter Rntd, Burnley, in the County of L»n- 
cUBtcr. En^neer, for on invention for — "Irapmvements in the manufacture of shaft 
<»«|»lin({i," Letlm Palml sealed. 

1426. Georcic Colmrh, of Halifat, in the County of York, for an invention for 
Improvements in mcnns or iip|)aratus for the stretching imd drying of « 



fsbrit 



Lfllert Palfnt tealed. 



1487. JoBBPH RoHIKRON. of the F^t India Road, in the County of Middlfsei, 
Sun-cyor to the Peninsular and OrientaJ Company, for an invention for—" Improve- 
ments in applying and adapting water-closets to shijis 
more perfect ventilation of the same." 



aa to insure the safety and 
Prtivitionai praltction only. 



1, Chancery 
" Improved 



1428, William Eowahb Neivton, of the Offiee for Patents, 6 
Lane, in the County of Middlesex. Civil Rngineer, for an invention for- 
uiBohinerj for manutikcturing friction matchea." — d coiRmmkalion. 

Letlert Pateul teaied. 

1486. John- Hbnhv Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of IRIi. Buchanan Street, in the City of Gbsgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Iniprovencnta in machineiy or apparalua for 
making holta and nveta." — A commtmicvliim^ hetteri Paint hoM. 

1480. Rali-h PiCKKRiNG, of Lockerbic, in the County of Dumfries. North 
Britain, Rail\VBy Inspector, for an invention for — " Improvements in apjioratus for 
communicating signali from one j>arl of a railway train to another." 

Promsional proleolion o»ly. 

1431. Charles William Cahoon, of the State of Maine, of the United States 
of America, far an invention for — "An im]iioved machine for sowing arvd or 
fertihiing material or other substances, broad cast." 

Complete specificatUM ; Lett*T$ Paint teoted. 

1422. John Betts, of the iStrand, in the County of Middlesex, Map Publisher, 
fur an invention for — " Improvements in obtaining surfaces on which to print maps 
and other designs." PTOvisimal protevtiim only. 

1433. Charles Niciitinoalr, of Wardour Street, Soho, in the County of 
Middlesex, Bedding Manufacturer, for an invention for — "Improvements in appo- 
r«tii« applicable to curling and Bpioning machines fof horse hair and other materials." 

l^ttert Ptatftt *M(M. 

1434. TiiOMAH Booth, of Habere .Street, Goswcll Road, in the County of 
MidtUeaei, Carpenter, for an inventiou for — " Improvements in mounting ond fitting 
wheels and axles to carriagea, which improvements arc also applicable to pullioi and 
other parts moving on axes." Prociti/mnl proteelion only. 

1436. Pktrr Rrctor Smith, of the United States of America, of 2. Rue St. 
Appoline, Paris (Empire of Fiance), and 45, Kssex Street, Strand, London, for an 
invention fur—" Improvement* in fire-arms and ordnance, and in the prqjectilM to 
be used therewith." Prmisional protectin» imlf. 

1438. Joseph Mai'dri.av, of Lambeth, in Ihe County of Surrey, BuKineer, (or 
an invention for — " An improvement in the coDstmction of fumacea for melting iron, 
steel, and other metals." Iitttrrs Palent aealrd. 

1437. JosRi'n Wbbtwooo, of I»ndon Yard, lale of IJugs, Poplar, in the Coun^ 
of Middlesex, .Ship Builder, for an tnvrntiou for — " Improvements in the plating of 
ships and floating and other halteriCE, to render the same shot proof," 

Prormonnl proffctioa oniy. 



92 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Taylor. 
25th June 1858. 

Cranr. 

26th June 1858. 



Lemon. 
26th June 1858. 



TiZARD. 

26th June 1858. 

Whitehall. 
26th June 1858. 

WOOFE. 

26th June 1858. 

Manning. 
26th June 1858. 



Flinn. 

26th June 1858. 



Campbell. 
26th June 1858. 

PiNCHON. 

Harris. 
26th June 1858. 

D'Heurlb. 
26th June 1858. 



Preece.' 
Clark. 

26th June 1858. 

Erhard. 
26th June 1858. 



Hammond. 
28th June 1858. 

Luis* 
28th June 1858. 



Luis. 
28th June 1858. 



1488. John Taylor, of Swanton Novers, Thetford, in the County of Norfolk, 
Farm Bailiff, for an invention for — " An improvement in the construction of horse- 
hoes, applicable also to drills." Letters Patent seated. 

1439. Patrick Moir Crane, of the Irish Peat Company's Works, Athy, 
Ireland, Manager, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of fuel 
from peat." Letters Patent sealed. 

1440. Thomas Lemon, of Duke Street, in the Town of Cardiff, in the County 
of Glamorgan, Agricultural Implement Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** Im- 
proving Cartwright's original patent chain harrow." 

Complete specification j protection for Six months only, 

1441. William Littell Tizard, of Mark Lane, in the City of London, 
Brewers' Engineer, for an invention for — '' An improved method of treating brewers' 
and distillers' malt or grist." Letters Patent sealed. 



1442. Samuel Whitehall, of the Jacquard Works, Huskinson Street, in the 
Town and County of the Town of Nottingham, Mechanician, for an invention for — 
" Certain improvements in finishing lace and other fabrics." Letters Patent sealed. 

1448. William Woofe, of the City of Gloucester, Agricultural Implement 
Maker, for an invention for—'' Improvements in implements for paring, hoeing out, 
and clearing land, and for depositing seed." Provisional protection onbf. 

1444. James Alexander Manning, of the Inner Temple, in the County of 
Middlesex, Esquire, for an invention for — ** An improved mode of intercepting and 
treating the sewage of London and towns and cities similarly situated." 

Provisional protection only. 

1446. Thomas Valentine Flinn, of Edwards Place, Deynesford Road, Camber- 
well Green, in the County of Surrey, Painter and Glazier, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in sash bars for the purpose of drainage." 

Provisional protection only. 

1446. Daniel Campbell, of Wemyss Castle, Kirkaldy, in the County of Fife, 
for an invention for — " A new grubbing and harrowing land roller." 

Provisional protection only. 

1447. Edouard Pinchon, and William Randall Harris, both of Elbaif 
(France), Merchants, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for manu- 
facturing healds or harness used in looms for weaving." Letters Patent sealed. 

1448. Edme Edouard D'Heurle, of Paris (France), Manufacturer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in boxes for keeping and measuring coffee, tea, and 
other substances requiring to be preserved from contact of the air." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1449. William Henry Preece, of 7, Bernard Street, Primrose Hill, and 
Josiah Latimer Clark, of Adelaide Road, Haverstock Hill, both in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in electric telegraphs." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



1450. Charles Erhard, of No. 7, Rue de Navarain, in the City of Paris, 
France, Engineer, for an invention for — ''Improvements in apparatus for boring 
wells." — A communication from Messrs. Chanoit and Catelineau. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1451. Isaac Hammond, of the City of Winchester, Gun Maker, for an invention 
for — ** Drawing the cartridge case from the barrel of a breech-loading gun." 

Letters Patent sealed 

m 

1452. Joz£ Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — *' An apparatus permitting 
the different parts of machinery working in the water of screw vessels with wells to 
be examined and mended." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1453. Joz£ Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street (Cavendish Square), 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improved machine 
for reaping com." — A communication. Provisional protection only. 



28th Jnt>e 1858. 



YouNO. 

Brown. 

2HthJuneIS5a 



Shaw. 

S9lh June 1858. 



Barrat. 

Barrat. 

3(>Ui June lti58. 



PATENTS APPUED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 9.1 

14S4-. John Mokgax. of Rotberhitbe, in the County of Sairey, Rope Maker, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or appurntus for manufacluring or 
Bjiinning rope yarns or other yams." Letters Patent sealed. 

1455. George Morris, of Regent Street, in the County of Middlesex, Hosier, 
for an invention for — " An improvement in shirt and other coUars." 

Provisional profeclion only. 
145d. Jambs Canb CooMBB,of 10, Alfred Place, New-ington Causeway,' South wark. 
County of Surrey, Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the methoil 
of and apparatus for manufacturin^i manures from fiecal and other matters.", 

Pronisionol protection only. 

1457. Charles William Siemenh, of Jolm Street. Adelphi, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in cleansing tidal rivers." 

Prof isional protection Only. 

1458. William Edward Newton, of the OfBee for Patents, 6G, Chanceiy 
Lane, in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — "An 
improveil mode of nnd apparatus for making nails," — A eommwncatian. 

Letters Patent tealeil. 
1469. William Euward Newton, of the Office for Patents, fi(i. Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " A new mode of 
applying engraved plates, or electrotype or other substitutes for such plates, to the 
cylinders of printing jiresses, and of applying other parts of such presses, in 
combination with the cylinders, to enable perfect impressions to be token from the 
cylindrical surfaces of the pUtea." — A communiaation. Lettert Patent stalrd. 

1460. Benjamin Yocno. and Peter Brown, of Spa Road, Bermondsey, in the 
Borough of Sonthwark, Glue Manufacturers, for an invention for — "An imjirovcd 
method of collecting and disposing of the sewage of towns or cities." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1461. Fhascis Altos Calvkrt, of the City of Manchester, Engineer, for an 
invention for^" Improvements in maclunery for cleaning and preparing cotton, wool, 
and other fibrous materials." Provisional protection only, 

1463. Edenezbr Stevens, of No. 5 and G, Cambridge Road, Cambridge Heath, 
in the County of Middlescji, for an inventdon for — " An improved cooking utensil." 
Prorisional protection only, 
1463. John Shaw, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster. Mechanio, for an 
invention for — " A machine to manufacture si^uare jiaper and other bags." 

Letters Patent sealed. 
14G4. John Shaw, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Mechanic, for an 
invention for—" A machine to manufacture conical pai>er and other bags." 

Letters Patent sealeil, 

1465. JoHEPii Hahcoiirt, Ironmonger, of Brood Street, Birmingham, in the 
County of Watn-ick, for an invention for — " An improved ai^ustable spindle for 
locks and latches." Procisional proteeliou only. 

1466. Hilary Nicuolab Nissen, of 13, Mark Lone, in the City of London, 
Stationer, for an invention for — " A method of preparing paper for receiving stains or 
copies from letters and other writings." Provisional protection only. 

1487, William Baker, of H, Albert Villas, Seven Sisters Road, HoUowsy, in 
the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in constructing 
covered ways for the passage of sewage on the bonks of rivers." 

Procitional proleelion only. 

1468. Mich Greaves, of Westminster, in the County of Middlesex. Civil 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Ira|)rovementj in apparatus for moulding, catting, 
anil ciiating metal articles." Proritional protection only. 

1466. Pierre Phillippe Celbstin Baruat, and Jkan Baptihtb Baruat, 
of 'Si. B"^ St. Martin, Paris, in the Empire of France, for on invention for — 
" Improvements in machinery for digging, reaping, mowing, and {Krrforming certain 
agriculturid operations, and for cutting ilruni and excavating, partly applicable to 
arrangements for communicating motion for other purposes." Lellert Pattni italtd. 



94 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Whkatcboft. 
Smith. 
dOlh June 1856. 

Fattorini. 
dOth June 1858. 



NiCOLL. 

aOth June 1858. 

Capstick. 
30th June 1868. 

Pbtrie. 
dOth June 1858. 

Pearcb. 
Ist July 1858. 

Whitelbt. 

Ist July 1858. 



Clark. 

Ist July 1858. 



Kings LEY. 
" Ist July 1858. 



Blinkhorn. 
let July 1858. 

RiDDBLL. 

Ist July 1858. 



WlMSHURST. 

1st July 1868. 

Smith. 

2nd July 1858. 



Vabsbrot. 
2nd July 1858. 



Morris. 
2nd July 1858. 



1470. William Smith Whbatcropt, Civil Engineer, and Jambs Nbwton 
Smith, Agent, both of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in locks, fastenings, or safe guards, making them 
self-acting or partially self-acting. Provmonal protectum only. 

1471. Santini Fattorini, of Milan (Italia), Optician, residing in Rue Jean Gon- 
jon. No. 2, in the City of Paris, France, at Mr. Atlee's, for an invention for — " An 
universal meridian applicable to mathematical^ geometrical, and precise instruments.** 

Provisional prottdkm omhf. 

1472. Benjamin Nicoll, of 42, Regent Circus, and 46, Lombard Street, London, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in circular knives and saws." 

Letters Pateni sealed, 

147d. William Capstick, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Wheel- 
wright, for an invention for — " Improvements in wheels for carts or vehicles to run 
on common roads." Provisional protection only, 

1474. John Pbtrib, the younger, of Rochdale, in the County of Lancaster, Iron- 
monger, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for drying 
warps of yam or thread and woven fabrics.'* Letters Patemt setded. 

1476. Hbnry George Pearce, of Liverpool, in tlie County of Lancaster, Master 
Mariner, for an invention for — '* Improvements in reefing the sails of navigable 
vessels." Provisional protection only. 

1476. Thomas Whitelby, of Staniland, in the Pariah of Halifax, in the County 
of York, Paper and Millboard Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in the manuftuHiure of millboard, and in machinery or apparatus for cutting millboard 
and paper." Letters PatmU sealed. 

1477. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — ** Improvements in gridirona." — 
A communication from Messieurs Poirot, Bouilliant and Co., residing at Paris. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1478. Jeffries Kingsley, of 52, Great Coram Street, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Lieutenant on Half Pay, Her Majesty's drd Regiment of Dragoons^ for an 
invention for — "Improved mechanical arrangements applicable to preventing the 
sudden bursting of steam-boilers." Provisional protection only. 



1478. Thomas Blinkhorn, of Spalding, in the County of linooln, Engineer 

and Millwright, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of steam- 
boilers and engines." Letters Patent sealed, 

1480. Thomas Riddbll, of Carracon Terrace, Old Ford, Bow, in the County of 
Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of 
omnibusses, and in breaks to be appUed to such and other wheel carriages^" 

Letters Patent seahd. 

1481. Henry William Wimshurst, of 7» Wilmot Road, Dalston, in the 
County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in mann- 
&cturing sheet metal." Letters Patent seakd. 

1482. William Thomas Smith, of No. 21, Lincohi's Inn Fields, in the County 
of Middlesex, Surveyor and Ci\41 Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
and the combination of certain machinery or apparatus for winnowing, waahiqg, 
sifting, and separating grain, ballast, sand, shot, minerals, and other materials." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1483. Charles Fr^d^ric Vasserot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, Lcmdon, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved wire-conductor for electto-tnig- 
netic machines." — A communication from Louis Barthelemy Susanne Charrier de Sain' 
neville, of La Fr^ta, near Lyons, in the Empire of France. 

Provisional pmteetioit only. 

1484. John Morris, Manager at the Broughton Copper Works, Salford, in the 
County of Lancaster, for an invention for — " An improved oonstmdion or improve- 
ments in the construction of copper rollers or cylinders for printing fabrics." 

Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



RtCHMnnn. 

CHANDUtn. 

2nd Julj 185H. 

Lord. 
Sad July l^X. 



and Jul; 1)468. 



NnwTOfj. 
SmI JuV It«^ 



Sn<l Julr 1H6H. 



Sod July 1»68. 



La Sovisr. 
SnH Julj 1S58. 



Scott. 
3rd July l»SS. 

UiLLiitn. 
Sri July 1»58. 

Lkki. 

JAttl'ltS. 

3rd Juljr 1868. 

BUHRIKO. 

3rd July 1958. 



RBSTRrL. 
MJul7 1H58. 

SrAKUiNo. 
3td July ltI68. 

Chuholw. 



1486. Fran-cib Richmond, and Hbnrv Chandler, both of SkUbH, in the 
County of Lancaster, AgncultunJ Implement Makers, for an invention fop—" Im- 
pR>\-cmenta in machines far cutting hay, ■tran', und oUier ^-vgetahle mlwttncei." 

hfllrra Patent sealfd, 
1483. EiiWAHD I^HD, of Tudmorclen, in the County of tork, Machine Maker. 
■tiT an invention for — " Improvement* in looms for weaving, jinits of which ate appli- 
cable to other machiries, a:id in machinery for making the owik shafta of looms and 
other machines." Ijetltrs Palrat stalfd. 

1487. PAtiL Rapbrv Hopqb, of No. 16, Chalcot Creacent. Regent's Park, in the 
County of Middlesex, Ciril Engineer, and Gkomge Spbnchr, of No. 6, Cannon 
Street West, London, Cii-il Engineer, for an invcntimi for — ■" Improvements in the 

a of preventing or regulating the recoil of stirings used in railway en^ncs, eor- 
ringea, and station buffers." Ltttrrf PalrnI aealnl. 

1488. Alfred Vincent Nrwtos, of the Offiee for Patent*, fifi. Chancery Lane, 
in tlie County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, fur an invention for — 
" Certain improvements in lamps." — A commanicalion. I^llrrt Patent tralrd. 

1488. William Sellkhb, of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvonia. United 
States of America, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for turning 
metal shafting or bars, and cylindrical rin^, and cutting screws,'' 

Leltert Patent sealed, 

1480. TiioMAH Mellodew. of Oldham, in the County o! Lancaster. Spinner, 
John Ul'xbuhy, of the same place. Mechanic, and BDMt.'Nt> Lavpikld, of the 
■amc place. Manager, for an invention for — " Improvemrnts in luaeliineiy or ajiparatua 
for spinning and doubling or twining cotton and other filiroua materiHls." 

Ijeltrrs PiilenI itaM. 

1481. JosiAU Latimer Clark, of Adelaide Road, [laveratock Hill, in the 
County nf Middlesei, for an invention for — " An improi'CBient in electric telegraph 






rijpe; 



l^lltTs Palvnl »ea!fd. 
rivention for — " An improved 



1492. Di DLEV I,K SoufcF. of Twickenhftm. for 
shaft bearer or tug, and an improved manner of afflniiig the same to the harness. "— 
1 ciimmunicalivn from Charln GtVni-rfe/. <\f and now reiiditig at Vimna. 

l^tleri Potent sealed. 

1486. Thomah Scorr. of Drummond Street, Buaton Square, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for—" Impnn'cments in dressing, separatinn. and cleaning 
weds, and in apparatus for thuae purposes." hellers Patent sealrJ, 

1494. John Billing, of Abingdon Street. Westminster, in the County of Mid- 
llescx. Architect, for an ini-cntion for — " Improvements in fireplaces or stovea." 

Letters Patent sealed. 
1496. SvLvasTER Lees, of Hury, in the County of lAnt«Mer. Knpneer, and 
loiiN Jaqvrs, of Preston, in the same Cminty, Engineer, fi>r an invention Ktr — 
' Improvements in the means fur generating stpum and econumillng fuel." 

i,etlers Patent $eaM. 

1496. Cahl BuHhino, of Gnat College Street, Camden Town, in the County 
of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for 
filtering liquids and other fluids containing impurities." 

Pfopisionirf pi-ofertioa only. 

1497. Thomas Restell, of New Kent Road, in the County of Surrey, Enjpneer, 
Tor an invention for — "Improvements in breech-loading .fire-arms and ordnance, 
lud in ammunition to be used in breech- loading anus." loiters Patent tealed. 



. Wi 



provcnienta 



.liam IloNii, of Preston, in the County of Ijinoastcr, Engineer, and 

kNUiNU, of the tame place, Irouraonger, for an invention for— " Im- 

n a])))ai«tus for churning, mixing, and ttining cmun, milk, and ntber 

Lf((er» Patent sealed. 



1489, John' Chisholm. of Bemiondscy, in the County of Surrey. Manufacturing 
Chemist, for au invention for — " A method uf disinfecting and deodoriaing or 
Ueating aeirage and otha- matters, and Mnioturea, and places." 

Ijetleri Patent sealeil. 



96 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Jennings. 

CULPIN. 

3rd July 1868. 

Sarony. 
3rd July 1858. 

Jennings. 
3rd July 1858. 

Newton. 
3rd July 1858. 

Jennings. 
Lovegrove. 
3rd July 1858, 

Haeffely. 
3rd July 1858. 



Simons. 
5th July 1858. 

Brooman. 

5tli July 1858. 

Newbery. 
5th July 1858. 



HODOKINSON. 

5th July 1858. 

WOOLNER. 

5th July 1858. 

Nelson. 
5th July 1858. 

Greenwood. 
6th July 1858. 

Davies. 

6th July 1858. 

DODD. 

Phillips. 
6th July 1858. 

Hughes. 
6th July 1858. 



Newton. 
6th July 1858. 



1500. Josiah George Jennings, of Holland Street, Blackfriars, and Thomas 
CuLPiN, of 25, Royal Hill, Greenwich, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
apparatus for measuring, regulating, and preventing waste when supplying fluids." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1501. Oliver Sarony, of Scarborough, in the County of York, Photographic 
Artist, for an invention for — *' Improvements in treating and colouring photographic 
pictures." Letters Patent sealed, 

1502. Josiah George Jennings, of Holland Street, Blackfriars, for an inven- 
tion for — '' Improvements in air bricks and in bricks for bonding hollow walls." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1508. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the OflSce for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in soldering irons." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1504. Josiah George Jennings, of Holland Street, Blackfriars, and James 
Lovegrove, of Victoria Park Road, for an invention for — ''Improvements in 
water-closets, and in apparatus used in ventilating house dndns or sewers." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1505. Edward Haeffely, of Kearsley, in the County of Lancaster, Chemist, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in recovering oxides of manganese from 
products arising out of the manufeu^re of chlorine, and' in rabing commercial 
manganese to higher oxides." Letters Patent sealed, 

1506. Edward Simons, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — " Improvements in castors for furniture." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1507. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufcuy 
ture of cast steel." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1508. George John Newbery, of Straitsmouth, Greenwich, in the County of 
Kent, Artist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture or production 
of coverings for floors, explicable also to the manufacture of table mats and other 
articles or coverings." Letters Patent sealed. 



1509. John Hodgkinson, of Atherton, in the County of Lancaster, Baker, for 
an invention for — " Certain improved machinery or apparatus for kneading dough in 
the manufacture of bread." Letters Patent sealed. 



1510. Thomas Woolnbr, of Blue Pits, in the County of Lancaster, Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for feeding steam-boilers 
with water." Letters Patent sealed, 

1511. Mortimer Nelson, of the City and State of New York, United States of 
America, for an invention for — " Improvements in propellers for vessels." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1512. Jambs Greenwood, of South Audley Street, Gentleman, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in marine propellers." Letters Patent sealed. 

1518. John Taylor Davies, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Provision 
Merchant, for an invention for — " An improved lock." — A communication from Stuart 
Perry, of Newport, in the State of New York, U, S, A, Provisional protection only, 

1514. John Dodd, of Ruabon, in the County of Denbigh, Engineer, and Thomas 
Phillips, of the same place. Painter, for an invention for — " Improvements in the 
sUde valves of steam-engines." Letters Patent sealed. 

1515. Hesketh Hughes, of Homerton, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in guafiPering and crimping machines, parts of 
which are applicable to the manufacture of continuous belts and shutters." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1516. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — ^''Improvements 
applicable to roller blinds." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 



Evans. 
6th July 1858. 

BUCHAKAN. 

6th Ju!j IBM. 
7th July lAIS. 



Florakck. 
;th Jiilj Il<5H. 

Mebcikr. 
7lh July 1^5,ii. 

Holland, 
"th July 1858. 



7th July 1»58. 
James. 

rth July lyss. 

CUICK. 

7th July 1858. 



BUITSPICLD. 

7th July 1858. 



7th July 1858. 



SuBtOII. 

7th July liJS, 



Stanfoho. 
Bih July 1858. 



Maklaxd. 

r WlDDALL. 

8th July 1858. 

GinLow. 
- nth July 1858. 



1517. James Davic, Iron MsBter, nnd Tin 
Ulverrtone, in the County of Lancaster, fur i 
engines to be actuated by steam, air, ot gbsea." 

1518. John Ducha 
Britiun, (ientlsman, for 
mid boata," 

1519. William Allen Smith 
an invention for — " Improve ments 

1520. Hbnbv Cabl ScHii 



, Engino Fitter, both of 
for — " Improvements in 
Letters Patent tealed. 
of Port GlasRoiv, in the County of Renfrew, North 
eiition for — " Improvements in propelling ships, vessels, 
Letters Patent sealed. 
MiTFi, Engineer, of Belper, in the County of Derby, for 
n macluncs for making bricks, tilea, or pipes, of 
Letters Patent sealtd. 
of London, in the County of Middlesex, for an 
invention for — " Certain improved appwatus for Uying doivn and recovering sub- 
marine telegraphic cables." Letters Patent sealed. 

1521. Jean Joseph Florancb, of Piuis, France, Merchant, for an invention for 
— " Im|irovtniciitB in reels or apooling wheels." Provisional protection only, 

1582. PiGBRB Mrrcier, Manufacturer, of Paris, in the French Empire, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the treatment of jieat, and in preparuig the same 
fur fuel." Provisional protection only. 

1523. John Holland, Japanner, of Gibb Street, Deritend, Birmingham, in the 
CoTinty of Warwick, and Ferdinand Potth, of the firm of F. Potts & Co., Patent 
Tube Manufticturers, of Moore's Kow, Deritend, Birraingbam. as aforesaid, for an in- 
vention for — "Certwn improvements in omamentinfj metallic bedsteads, and which 
said improvements arc also apjilicablc to the ornamenting of other metallic surfaoes." 

Letters Patent staled, 

1524. Wii.LiA.M Clisnold, of Dudbridge, in the County of Gloucester, Engineer. 
for an invention for — " Improved machinery for cutting or rasping dyewoods." 

Letters Patent lealrd, 

1525. Thouas Jaubs, of Samt George's in the East, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvamento in treating aewage matter." 

Protisional protection only. 

1526. Georob Auouhtl-s Breillat Crick, of 5(i, Milk Street, Leek Lane, and 
Callow HiU Street, in tile Parish of St. Paul, in the City and County of Bristol, for 

for — " An improvement in the preparation of graphite or plumbago oi 



black lead." 

1527. Gkoi 
County of Surrey, for a 



Letters Patent sealed. 



riBLD, of Longhborough Park, Brixton, i 
for — " Improvements in apparatus for ii 



the 



linen and other fuhrios."— J commUBicatioa. Provisional protection onli/. 

1528. Josepii DoDCB Weston, of Stour Valley Iron Works, West Bromwich, 
ii) the County of Stofforri, and of the City and County of Bristol, Manufacturer, for 
an invention for — "Improvements in rolling iron for the manufacture of Imlts and 
pins." Letters Patent sealed. 

15S9. .\ddbrlev WiLLCocKit Sleigh, of Mansell Villas, Wimblednn Park, 
Knif{Lt of the Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Tower, and Sword Captain 
lattf lloynl Navy and Her Majesty's Land Transport Coqis, for an invention for 
— " Impruvemeiila in the construction of floating sea barriers or artificial beaches, 
breakwaters, and batteries." Letters Patent staled and specification filed, by order. 

1630. John Fokdiiam Stamford, of Howard Street, in the Parish of Saint 
Clement Danes, in the Ciiunty of Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — 
"A new and improved method of and nppruntus for applying heated air in drying 
com, hay, and utiier like arlii'les in the stock or othenviae, and in ilnriiig goods, 
and in beating and drying rooms and buildin[;s." Provisional protrctii.n only. 

1531. John Mabland, of Gludwick, near Oldham, in the County of Lancaster, 
and Jauss Wiuoall, of Abbey Hill, in the said County, for an invention fur — 
" An improved self-acting houk i>r holder to {ircvent accidents in liflinji:, hoisting, at 
irinding at coal pits, or other similar purposes." JMters Patent sealed, 

163S. IIbnuy Gidlow, of Atbcrlun, in the Coun^ of Lancaster, Cariwntcr, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in breaks for steam-eDgiaes." 

Utters Patent sealtd. 



98 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Booth, 
ashworth. 
8th July 1858. 

Demoulin. 

COTBLLE. 

8th July 1858. 

Chellingworth. 
8th July 1858. 

Hodge. 
8th July 1858. 



Smith 
8th July 1858. 



Samuels. 
8th July 1858, 

Harrison. 
8th July 1858. 

Crickmer. 
8th July 1858. 

Fane. 

8th July 1858. 

Scott. 
8th July 1858. 

Collier. 
8th July 1858. 

Sampson. 
8th July 1858. 

Simons. 
9th July 1858. 

Parsons. 
9th July 1858. 



Broadley. 
9th July 1858. 

Sang. 
Rammell. 
9th July 1858. 

KOTTULA. 

9th July 1858. 



1588. John Billincton Booth, of Preston, in the County of Lancaster, and 
Robert Ashworth, of Heywood, in the said County, for an invention for — "Im- 
provements in the means of stopping or retarding the progress or velocity of railway 
carriages." Provisional protection <miy. 

1534. Pierre Francois Demoulin, Chemist, and Joseph Cotelle, Manu- 
facturer, of Paris (France), for an invention for — " Improvements in treating the heavy 
oils obtained from the distillation of coals, schists, and other hydro-carbons." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1586. Thomas Tertius Chellingworth, of West Bromwich, in the County 
of Stafford, Civil and Mechanical Engineer, for an invention for — " A high pressure 
steam-engine." Letters Patent sealed, 

1586. Paul Rapsey Hodge, of No. 16, Chalcot Crescent, Primrose Hill, in the 
County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
brewing fermented liquors, and in treating materials used therein for purposes of 
food." Letters Patent sealed, 

1587. Richard Smith, of the firm of Earl, Smith, and Company, ManufiMstuiers, 
of Hallamshire Works, Pond Street, Sheffield, in the County of York, for an inven- 
tion for — " An improved adjustable pipe tongs."— -4 communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1588. Samuel Samuels, of New York, in the United States of America^ Master 
Mariner, for an invention for — ^''Improvements in laying submarine telegraphic 
cables." Provisional protection onhf, 

1589. Samuel Harrison, of Stanhope Street, Clare Market, in the County of 
Middlesex, Smith, for an invention for — " Improvements in ovens." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1540. Richard Jex Crickmer, of the Borough Road, in the County of Survey, 
Civil and Mechanical Engineer, for an invention for — *' Improvements in treating the 
sewage of London and neighborhood." Provisional protection onljf. 

1541. Robert George Cecil Fane, of Upper Brook Street, in the County of 
Middlesex, Esquire, for an invention for — '' Iiqprovements in treating sewage and 
in apparatuses to be employed therein." Letters Patent sealed. 

1542. Michael Scott, of 3, Stanhope Terrace, Hyde Park Gardens, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in constructing break- 
waters and other like structures." Letters Patent sealed. 

1548. George Collier, of Halifax, in the County of York, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in means or apparatus for the drying of wool and other fibres." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1544. George Sampson, of Bradford, in the County of York, Finisher, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in means or apparatus employed in the finishing of 
woven fabrics." Provisional protection only. 

1545. William Simons, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Ship Builder, for an invention for — " Improvements in or connected with ships or 
vessels." Letters Patent sealed. 

1546. George Parsons, Mechanical Engineer and Machine Manufacturer, con- 
ducting business at No. 50, High Street, Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for the prevention of iijuiy to and the 
sudden bursting of steam-boilers." Letters Patent sealed. 

1547. James Broadley, of Saltaire, near Bradford, in the County of Yorb 
Overlooker to Messrs. T^tus Salt, Sons, & Co., of Saltaire, for an invention for— 
** Improvements in means or apparatus employed in weaving." — Letters Patent sealed. 

1548. Frederick Sang, of 42, Charing Cross, Artist, and Thomas Webster 
Rammell, of 16, Spring Gardens, both in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineeri 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the means of conveying letters and parcels 
from one place to another." Letters Patent sealed. 

1549. Constantine Nicolaus Kottula, of Liverpool, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Soap Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the manufactore 
of manure." Letters Patent sealed. 



Edwards. 
9tlt Jul; 1859. 



9th Jul; IS3S. 



POBBCKV. 

10th July 1958. 



Lanqsuaw. 
10th Ivij 1858. 

Watbos. 

Fadkuilhk. 

10th July IS&S. 



BlTHRBLL. 

10th July 185B. 



NoBTURN. 

12th July 1868. 



Cox. 
12lh July 1859. 

MACiNToati. 
12th July 1858. 



Uknnonb. 
lAh July 1858. 



Broom AN. 

12th July 18S8. 



WiTTON. 

» i9ikJviries8. 



js, of Gatfsliead.<in-Tyne Iron Wofks, Cml 
■~" Improvements ia [)neu:iinCic springa for rulwny 
Provmrmal prolfction tmty. 



lodc of and furnaces fi 



ISeO. Frederic Howort 
Engineer, for an invention fc 
carriages and other putpoies." 

1561. Joii.v Martin Rowan, of Glasgoiv, in the County of Lanark, Engineer, 
for an invention for—" Improvements in manufacturing wrought-iron wheels and 
" ir heating the same during such 
L*tl«Ti Pulnl sealed. 

1552. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, G6, Chancery Lane. 
the County of Miildlesev, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvementa in 

the construction of umbrellas and parasols."—.-! communication. 

Letters Patent tealed. 

1553. Alexander Pureckv. of 7, York Street North, Hackney Road, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 
certain articles of whalebone, horn, turtoiseshell, and other corneous matterE, or the 
artificial imitations thereof." Promaonal protection onlg. 

1664. Georgr Hknhy Wain, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaater, Block 
Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in reefing and furling suls." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



1 the County of Lancaster, Manufac- 

n machinery or BpparMua for weaving 

Letters Patent sealed. 



1655. William I.akgshaw, of Bolton, i 
turer, for an invention for — " Improv 
foncy looped or knotted fabrics," 

16Se. JotiN FoRBKS Wat.son. of 3, Lonsdale Villas. Bayswater, in the Coun^ 
of Middlesex, and Valentin Ber.vard Fadeuilhe, of Newington Crescent, in 
the County of Surrey, for an invention for — " Improvements in the preparation of 
a and cliocolatc. and also of nutritive compounds from the seeds of the plantfl 
called Soja Hispida and Cicer Arietinum," 

Lttters Patent staled ; no specification filed. 
1657. Percy Burrbll, of No. 3, Middle Scotland Yard, for an invention for — 
" Improvements In ventilating sewers and other receptacles of sewage." 

ProBlsional protection Ottlj/. 
1558. William Nouthen, of 14, Vauxhall Walk, Lambeth, in the County of 
Surrey, Potter, for an invention for — "' The application of stoneware or earthenware 
coloured or plain to improved and original designs." 

Complete specification : Letters Patent senled. 

1569. John Loach, Japanner, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, and 
John Cox, Electro-Plater, of Birminaham, aforesaid, for an invention for — " Certain 
improvements in ornamenting glass with perforated metallic and other plates," 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1560. John Macintosh, of the City of Aberdeen, North Britain, Engineer, for 
m invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for the manufacture of articles of 
confectionery," Provisional protection oaly. 

1661. Marc Antoinb Francois Mennonb, of the British and Foreigu Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de I'Echiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for au invention for 
'■ An apparatus for stopping leaks in ships." — A communieatioa. 

Proeisional protection only. 

1683. Marc Astoine Francois Mennons, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, ;t!>. Rue de rEehiquier. Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — 
" Improvementa in the construction of fire-engines and eimilor apparatus."—,* eotn- 
municalion. Complete tpecificalion ; Leiltrs Potent sealed. 

1663. Richard AnciiiBALn Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, B.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Certain new or imjiroved ma- 
chinery for the manufacture of wire heddles," — A commnnieatloa. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1664, David Samuel Witton, of 30, Tibbcrton Sfjiiarc, Lower Rood, Islington, 
iajbe County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improveinents in pianofortca." 

ProvisiuHtil prnlection only. 



100 



CHROXOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



DErmiEs. 
12lii Julj 1SS8. 

Tatlox. 
12di Jnlr 1858. 

Eakxshaw. 
I2lh Julj 1858. 

Chabd. 
lath Jnlj 1858. 

WXBSTEB. 

Iddi Julj 1858. 

FuSflBLL. 

laUi Jolj 1858. 



Tbavis. 

SCGDBK. 
ScCDESf. 

lath Jnlj 1858. 

Edwabds. 
Kbwby- 
Idtfa Jalj 1858. 

Field. 
Idth Julj 1858. 

Buchanan. 
lath Julj 1858. 

Shanks. 
Idth Julj 1858. 

Beadon. 
Idth Julj 1858. 

Wilson. 

HORWOOD. 

13th Julj 1858. 

Maumbn^. 
Jaunay. 
14th Julj 1858. 

Dk Poorter. 
14th Julj 1858. 

Woodcock. 
14th Julj 1858. 

• Burns. 

Rba. 

14th Julj 1858. 

Cowan. 
14th Julj 1858. 



1585. Nathan De fries, of No. 5, Fitzroy Square, in the Countj of Middlesex, 
Coosuhing Gas Engineer, for an invention for — '* Improvements in apparatus for 
measuring gas." Letters Patent sealed, 

1566. John Taylor, of Roupdl Park, Streatham Hill, in the Countj of Surrej, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the manu&cture of blocks for the construc- 
tion of sewers, drains, and arches." ProvisioMtl protection onlif, 

1567. Thomas Earx&haw, of Cambridge Terrace, Thornton Heath, Crojdon, in 
the Countj of Surrey, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the manufacture of 
night lights." Letters Patent seaUd, 

1568. Ebenezer Chard, of Isllegton, in the Countj of Middlesex, Pianoforte 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in pianof<»ies." 

Provisional protection onlif. 

1569. James Webster, of Birmingham, in the Countj of Warwick, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " An improved manufacture of certain kinds of me^Uic 
ingots." Provisional protection onljf, 

1570. James Alfred Fcssell, of Birmingham, in the Countj of Warwick, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " A new or improved method of omaroenting 
chandeliers, pendants, and brackets for gas and other lamps, which method of 
ornamenting is also applicable to curtain bands." Letters Patent sealed, 

1571. John Travis, Gentleman, Thomas Sugdex, and Frederick Sugdex, 
Machinists, of Oldham, in the Countj of Lancaster, for an invention for — " Certain 
improvements in lubricating the valves and pistons of steam-engines." 

Provisional protection only, 

1572. John Edwards, of 77, Aldermanbury, London, and Thomas Newev, of 
70, Navigation Street, Birmingham, for an invention for — " Improvements in the 
manufacture of blind furniture." Letters Patent sealed, 

1573. James John Field, of Paddington, in the Countj of Middlesex, Chemist, 
for an invention for — ** A new method of supporting and carrjing telegraph wires, 
ropes, and cables." Letters Patent sealed, 

1574. George Buchanan, of 29, Bucklersbuiy, London, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in sugar cane mills." Letters Patent sealed, 

1575. Andrew Shanks, Engineer, No. 6, Robert Street, Adelphi, Westminster, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in machinerj for planing, slotting, and shaping 
metals." Provisional protection only, 

1576. William Beadon, of Otterhead, Honiton, in the Countj of Devon, for an 
invention for — *' Improvements in the manufacture of bags for com and other articles, 
and sails for ships." Provisional protection only. 



1577. Robert Wilson, of No. 9, and Albert Horwood, of No. 8, Salisburj 
Mews, Great Quebec Street, Marjlebone Road, in the Countj of Middlesex, for an 
invention for — " An improved pipe joint." Provisional protection only, 

1578. Edme Jules Maumenj^, Professor of Chemistiy, and Louis Brunet 
Jaunay, Wine Merchant, at Reims, Departement of Mame, in France, for an inven- 
tion for — " An improved method of and apparatus for the production of sparkling 
wines." Provisional protection only. 

1579. Charles de Poorter, of Brussels, in the Kingdom of Belgium, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in hand or power looms." 

Provisional protection only. 

1580. William Woodcock, of No. 36, Great George Street, Westminster, 
in the Countj of Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — " Certain improvements 
in apparatus for warming air." Letters Patent sealed. 

1581. Robert Burns, and Joshua Rba, both of Liverpool, in the Countj 
Palatine of Lancaster, Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvements in machineiy 
for grinding bones and other hard substances." Letters Patent sealed, 

1582. Joseph Cowan, of Liverpool, in the Countj of Lancaster, Cabinet Maker, 
for an invention for — " An improved screw nail." Provisional protection only. 



I4th July 1858. 

I4th July 1858. 

Whsbleb. 
Hth July 1858. 



M ACL BAN. 

IJlh JtilylPSfl. 



Whkblkb. 
Hth July 1858. 



14th July 1S58. 



Brazikr. 
15th July 185S. 



15th July 18&8. 



Bbvan. 
15th July 1858. 



Bastablk. 
15th July 1858. 



Bartlbtt. 

ISth July 1858. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 101 

1683. FBANi^ors Chapusot, of Turin (SariiiniBl, Gentleman, end Victor Avril. 
of Puis 1 France), Civil Engineer, for an invention for^" Improi-Einenta in producing 
ft more or less perrHOt vacuum, and applying the some to industrial piipposea." 

Primtional pretecHon only. 

1B84. Jambs Joses, of the City Water Works, Oiford, En)tineer, for an inven- 
tion foe — " Improrements in meters for measuring liquids." Lelltrs Paltnt waled. 

158B. Edward Owen, of Blackheatb, in the County of Kent, Chemist, for nn 
invention for — " Improvements in distillinK-" Letters Palatt iealed. 

1588. TnoMAS Whbbler, of the Albion Iron Works, in the City of Oxford, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved combination of machinery for cutting, 
sbcind, grating, and pulping turnips, mangold wurael, and other roots." 

Provisional proltetimt onlj. 

1687. JonN Maclean, of Edinburgh, in the County of Midlothian, North 
Britain, Gentleman, for on invention for — " Imiirnveraents in machinery or apparatus 
for bying or submerging telegraph cables in water." Prorisionof profec/ioa on/y, 

1588, Thomas Wheeler, of the Albion Iron Works, in the Ci^ of Oxford, 
Engineer, for an invention for — "' Improvements in waabing, wringing, and manglin;! 
roaehinea." Letters Patent leahd. 

IL'RST, of Wilmot Road, Dalaton, in the County 

ention for — " An improiement in stove grates." 

Prorisional prolrrlion only. 

1690. Jo!4Epii RiiEINAUER, of Offcnburg, Grand Duchy of Baden, for an inven- 

tion for — " Imjirm^eraenls in the bearings for- axles and shafts, in order to lubricate 

and exclude dust from such bearings." — A coiamunication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1601. John Fowler, Junior, of 28, Comhill, in the City of London, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus used when ploughing, tilling, or 
cultivating land by steam power." Ijetters Patent sealed. 

1603. Charles Wyk Williams, of Liverpool, in the County Palatine of I^n- 
eoster, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in locomotive ani] other 
boilers for giving tbem Increased power in generating steam." Letters Patent sealed, 

1603. Richard Brazier, of Wolverhampton, in the County of Stafford, Maou* 
facturcr, for an invention for — " Improvements in repeating fire-arms." 

Jjetters Patent sealed. 

1604. James Ashman, of Oxford Street, London, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in artificial legs and arms." Prorislonal protection not granted. 

1S96. Ckristopiirr Penriiyn Aston, of Cross Street, in the County of Middle- 
sex, Gun Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in breech-loading arms." 

Letters Patent sealed. 
1606. William Armand CiLnEB, of No. 4, South Street, Finsbury, London, 
" Improvements in the mode of covering cotton, 
and in the apparatm conneeted therewith." — A 
Provisional protection <mly. 
, of Shrewsbuiy, in the County of Salop, Accountant, for 
w or improved machine for effecting or facilitating arith- 
Prorinonafprotecfio)! only. 



1607. Me: 



n for- 



me! ical operations 

1688. ALrHED Hope Johnson Babtablk, of Belgrsve Works, Ranetagh Road. 
Pimlico. in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in appa- 
ratus employed in the production of light." — A communicalion. 

Pronisionat pTOlettim onfy. 

1689. TnoMAB Bartlbtt, of King's Road, Bedford Ron-, in the County of 
Middlesex, M.D., for on invention for — "Improvements in stoves, fireplaces, and 
furnaces." Jjetters Patent sealed. 

1800. Peter Fairbairn, of Leeds, in the County of York, Macliinist, for an 
invention for — " Aa impTwement in lathes."— .4 ecmmunication. 

Letters Patent sealed i no spee^oalion/Ued. 



102 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Newton. 
16th July 1858. 



Betts. 
15th July 1858. 

Leigh. 
16th July 1858. 

Priestley. 
16th July 1858. 

Db Bbrgue. 
16th July 1858. 



^oss. 
16th July 1858. 



Arkell. 
Mblhado. 
16th July 1858. 

Price. 
16th July i858. 

Putnam. 

16th July 1858. 



Chorley. 
16th July 1858. 



Bennett. 
16th July 1858. 

Hart 
17th July 1858. 

Spence. 
17th July 1858. 

Smith. 
17th July 1858. 

Wildes. 

1 7th July 1858. 

Brooman. 
17th July 1858. 



1601. William Edward Newton, of the Ofl&ce for Patents, 66, Chancery 
Lane, in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " An im- 
proved mode of giving alarm in cases of fire in houses, ships, or other buildings." — 
A communication from Francois Tovo, of Turin, in the Kingdom of Sardinia, 

Provisional protection only. 

1602. William Betts, of Wharf Road, City Road, in the County of Middlesex, 
Capsule Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 
capsules, and in the apparatus to be employed therein." Provisional protection only, 

1608. Thomas Leigh, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Commission Agent, for an invention for — " Improvement in machinery or apparatus 
for sizing warps." Jjetters Patent sealed, 

1604. Frederick Priestley, of No. 15, Bemers Street, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Pianoforte Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in condensing 
steam-engines." Provisional protection only. 

1605. Charles de Bergue, of No. 9, Dowgate Hill, in the City of London, and 
of Strangeways Iron Works, Manchester, in the County of Lancashire, Engineer, for 
an invention for — *' Improvements in electric telegraph cables for submarine pur- 
poses, and in the machinery for manufacturing such cables, and also in the machinery 
to be used in paying such cables out of ships at sea." Letters Patent sealed, 

1606. Marcus Voss, of 12, Billiter Square, City of London, for an invention for 
— " Safely submerging ocean telegraph cables and other heavy bodies in rivers, lakes, 
and seas, by means of inflated buoys and connecting gear." 

Provisional protection only. 

1607. Peter' Arkell, of North Woolwich, in the County of Kent, Engineer, 
and Alfred Melhado, of Queen's Gardens, Bayswater, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex; Gentleman, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the submerging of 
telegraph cables." Letters Patent sealed. 

1608. Astley Paston Price, of Margate, in the County of Kent, Chemist, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the treatment and smelting of certun ores or 
compounds of tin, and of tin and of certain aUoys thereof." Letters Patent sealed. 

1609. Clark Samuel Putnam, of the City, County, and State of New York, 
in the United States of America, for an invention for — " An improvement or improve- 
ments in the apparatus for hardening vegetable gums, oils, and other substances 
susceptible of being hardened by steam." Letters Patent sealed. 

1610. Thomas Fearncombe Chorley, of 9, Cottage Place, City Road, in the 
County of Middlesex, Solicitor, for an invention for — " Improving the form of bankers' 
cheques and other similar documents, with the view of preventing fraudulent dealings 
therewith." Provisional protection only. 

1611. William Anthony Burlton Bennett, of 13, Rue tant perd tant pric, 
Boulogne, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — *' Improvements in military 
capes or cloaks." Letters Patent sealed. 

1612. Thomas Hart, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Plumber, for an invention for — " Improvements in taps or valves, and in apparatus 
for regulating the flow of fluids." Letters Patent sealed. 

1618. James Spence, of liverpool, in the County of Lancashire, Iron Merchant, 
for an invention for — " An improvement in the manufacture of tin plates and teme or 
leaded plates." Letters Patent sealed and spec^ationjiled, by order. 

1614. JosiAH TiMMis Smith, of Dudley, in the County of Worcester, Iron 
Master, for an invention for — " A new or improved manufeuTture of coke." 

Provisional protection only, 

1615. William Wildes, of Maidstone, in the County of Kent, Paper Maker, 
for an invention for — *' An improved arrangement or arrangements of machinery for 
reducing vegetable matter to pulp." Letters Patent sealed. 

1616. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the Citj of 
London, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics* Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in apparatuses for the reception of fecal and sewage matters, 
and in the treatment of fecal matters." — A communication. 

Provisional proteeiian only. 



PATENTS APPLIKD FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



Viomite. 
17th July lt*.W. 



Edwards. 
17th Julj 1858. 



Vassbrot. 
19th July 1S56. 



19th July 1858. 

SWITH. 

19th July less. 

RbbvBb. 
19th July 1858. 

Gbrixwood, 

Salt. 
19th July 1858, 

WlWON. 
19th July 1^158, 



ClIOBLEV. 

19lh July lS5a. 



Hbbapilth. 
19th July 1B5S. 



Maw. 
19th July 1858. 



SCBMtTT. 

: 20th July 1868. 



Cmaowick. 
2QtIi July 1B&9. 



len. WtLLtAM PlDDIN 

of Surrey. Gentleman, for h: 
envelopea." 



, of Southwnrlc Bridge Rood, Southwark, in the County 

invention for^" Improvements in securing and forming 

Protisiona! protection onlg. 



1618, William Alpord Lloyd, of Portland Road, in the County of Middleici, 
Tnnk Manufacturer, and Edward Edwards, of Menaj Cottage, in the County of 
Aoglescft, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in aquaria tnnka and 
ainular receptacles for aquatic animata and plants." Letters Patent sealed, 

1019. JuLBS JuHEL DesMAREs, Manufacturer, at Vire, Departement of the 
Calvados, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — " A new process for oiling 
wools." Procisional prolecHon only. 

leSO. CitARLEii Fr£d&ric VxfiKKROT, of 45, Ebscx Street, Strand. London, 
Patent Agent, for an inicntiun for — " .\n im[)rovcd artifidal manure," — A commu- 
nieation from S, A. Grillon, of Champhaul, Ome, in the Empire of Francr. 

Proviiional protection only. 

1631. Chahleh Bray, of 14, Al&eil TeiTace, Queen's Rood, Bayxivater, in the 
County of Middlesei, for an invention for — " Improvements in ice safes." 

Prorrisional protection only, 

ie22.'IlBNBY Smith, of Brierley Hilt Iron Works, near Dudley, in the C«unty 
of Worcester, Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An improvement or improvementa 
in the manubcture of harrows," Letlrrs Patent sealed. 

leaa. Charles Rsbvbs, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufao- 
turer, for an invention for—" Improvements in re[ieating fire-arms." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1624. Thomas Greenwood, and John Batlev, of Leeds, in the County 
of York, Machine Makers, and John Salt, of the sanie place. Silk Spinner, for an 
invention for — " Improi-ed machinery for preparing silk to be spun," 

Letters Patent ttaltd. 

1625. JoBKPH William Wilson, of Duke Street, Adelphi. in the City of 
Westminater, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved preparation of 
materials to be used for roofs and other parts oF buildings, and for various purposes 
for which wood is now generally employed," Protrinonal prDteclion only. 



leae. Will 

of Waterloo In 

invention for — ' 



AM Taskbr. the younger, of the firm of William Tasker and Sons, 
n Works, near Aodover, in the County of Hants, Engineers, for an 
Iinjirovements in combined thrashing-machines." 

Lettern Patent sealed. 

1827, Thomas Fearncomde Chorlev, of 9, Cottage Place, City Road, in the 

County of Middlesex, Solicitor, for an invention for—" Improvements in the form 

of bankers' cheques and other similar documents, with the view of preventing 

fraudulent dealings therewith." Prooisionul protection only. 

1628. William HeraI'ath, of the City of Bristol, Analytical Chemist, for an 
invention for — " An improvement in the manu^turc and treatment of paper, with 
the view to the prevention of forgery." Lellm Patent settled. 

1629. Charles Lambert, of Sunk Island, in the East Riding of the County 
of York, Farmer, for an invention for — " Improvements in colUrs fc)r horses and 
other draught animals." Lettrrt Patent tealed, 

1630. Solomon Maw, of Aldersgate Street, in the City of London, Su^cal 
Instrument Maker, for an invention for — "An improved feeder for administeriDg 
food," Letters PeleTit sealed. 

ie3L Jean Schmitt, of Guemsbach, near RndsUdt, in the Grand Duchy of 
Baden, and of ■U, Greek Street, Soho Square, London, Engineer, for an invention 
for — " Cementing, hardening, and tempering rails for railways and also niles for 
railway carriage wheels." Prorisional protection only. 

1632. Jamb8 Chadwick, of Castleton Print Works, near Rochdale, in the 
County of Lancaster, Manager, for an invention for — " Improi'ements in the aj>pli- 
cation of certain woven fiibrics to jirintiug purposes." Letters Patent ttaM. 



104 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Shand. 
20th July 1858. 

Bailey. 
20th July 1858. 

Hill. 
20th July 1858. 

Clarke. 
20th July 1858. 

DOLEY. 
BiGLAND. 
WORRALL. 

20th July 1858. 

Wheatley. 
20th July 1858. 

Brooman. 
20th July 1858. 



Nicholson. 
20th July 1858. 

Petrziwalsky. 
20th July 1858. 



AsauiTH. 

AsauiTH. 

20th July 1858. 

Hardon. 
2l8t July 1858. 

Wilson. 
21st July 1858. 



Matlby. 
21st July 1858. 



PlATTI. 

21st July 1858. 

CuNa. 

21st July 1858. 

Allnutt. 
21st July 1858. 

Giles. 
21 St July 1858. 



1633. James Suand, of the firm of Shand and Mason, of Blackfnars' Road, in 
the County of Surrey, Fire-engine Manufacturers, for an invention for — ** Improve- 
ments in lire-engines and pumps." letters Patent sealed. 

1634. Thomas Bailey, of New Orleans, United States, and of 17, Russell 
Street, Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Gun Manufacturer, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in repeating fire-arms." Letters Patent sealed, 

1635. John Cartwright Hill, of Kentish Town, in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — "Improvements in making joints for connecting pipes and 
other articles by means of lead or other soft metal." Letters Patent sealed, 

1636. Reuben Clarke, of Cwmbran, near Newport (Mechanic), in the County 
of Monmouth, for an invention for — *' Improvements in windows, window-blinds, 
and shutters." Letters Patent sealed, 

1637. Charles Doley, of Birmingham, in the County of Wanii'ick, Manufac- 
turer, and Edwin Bigland, of Smethwick, in the County of StaflTord, Designer 
and Glass Painter, and Thomas Henry Worrall, of Smethwick, aforesaid, 
Lithographer, for an invention for — " Improvements in ornamenting metallic and 
non-metallic surfaces." Letters Patent sealed. 



1638. George Wheatley, of Bethnal Green Road, in the County of Middlesex, 
Stick Maker, for an invention for — " An improvement in the ornamenting of sticks." 

Provisional protection only, 

1639. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 1G6, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in moveable apparatuses 
for receiving fecal and sewage matters." — A communication from G, M, Leg4. 

Provisional protection only. 

1640. William Newzam Nicholson, of Newark-on-Trent, Agricultural 
Implement Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in crushing mills." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1641. Johann von Nepomuk Siegmund Petrziwalsky, of Pali Mall, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 
bread, and in apparatus to be employed therein." 

Complete specification ; Letters Patent sealed, 

1642. William Asquith, and Joseph Asquith, both of Leeds, in the County 
of York, Cloth Dressers, for an invention for — " Ornamenting the surfaces of raised 
pile fabrics, and in the apparatus employed therein." Provisional protection only, 

1648. Edwin Hardon, of Stockport, in the County of Chester, Manufacturer, 
for an invention for — **An improved manufactiure of woven fabric for covering 
umbrellas and parasols." Letters Patent sealed. 

1644. John William Wilson, of Barasley, in the County of York, limber 
Merchant and Bobbin Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Certain improvements 
in machinery or apparatus for turning and cutting wood and other substances." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1645. Matthew Matlby, of Ashton-under-Lyne, in the County of Lancaster, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements applicable to steam-boilers, for 
consuming smoke and economizing fuel in the generation of steam." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1646. Thomas Piatti, of Paris, France, Gentleman, for an invention for — "An 
improved propeller." Letters Patent sealed. 

1647. Leon Cunq, of Bordeaux (France), for an invention for — " Improvements 
in calculating-machines." Provisional protection only. 

1648. Henry Allnutt, of the Estates* Gazette OflSce, 77, Fleet Street^ in the 
City of London, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " A vehicle for lamplighters." 

Provisional protection only. 

1649. John Wheatley Giles, of St. Martin's-lc-Grand, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in locomotive or traction engines." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



105 



Mbacock. 
21«t July 1858. 

Warder. 
22nd July 1858. 



Blake. 
22nd July 1858. 

Green. 
22nd July 1858. 

Gammon. 

22nd July 1858. 

Thomas. 

22nd July 1858. 



Thierry. 
22nd July 1858. 

Tripler. 
22nd July 1853. 

HiGGINS. 

Whitworth. 
22nd July 1858. 

Marks. 
23rd July 1858. 

• 

Gilbee. 
23rd July 1858. 

Walker. 
23rd July 1858. 

Barber. 
23rd July 1858. 

Brockblba;«k. 
23rd July 1858. 

Parsons. 
23rd July 1858. 

Giffard. 
23rd July 1858. 



Atkinson. 
24th July 1858. 



1650. James Me acock, of Snow Hill, in the City of London, Gas Meter Maker, 
for an invention for — *' Improvements in wet gas meters." 

Provisional protection only, 

1651. David William Warder, of 4, Caroline Place, Chelsea, in the County 
of Middlesex, Draughtsman, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the manufacture 
of beams, girders, ships ribs or frames, and other structures of wrought iron." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1652. Benjamin Blake, of Eccleston, near Prescot, in the County of Lancaster, 
Earthenware Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An improved kiln for burning 
earthenware and other similar articles." Letters Patent sealed. 



1653. Henry Green, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Ironmonger, for 
an invention for — " A new or improved hinge for hanging and closing doors, gates, or 
windows." Letters Patent sealed, 

1854. Charles Gammon, of No. 9, Cloak Lane, in the City of London, Solicitor, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the fastening of envelopes and letters." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1655. William Lynall Thomas, of Union Street, Berkeley Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, Esquire, for an invention for — " Improvements in ordnance, 
fire-arms, and apparatus generally in which gunpowder is employed." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1656. Jean Baptists Pierre Alfred Thierry, Junior, of Paris, in the 
Empire of France, for an invention for — " Improvements in furnaces." 

Letters Patent scaled, 

1657. Archibald Brown Tripler, of No. 1, Michaers Grove, Brompton, for 
an invention for — ** Improvements in obtaining products from a species of asphaltum 
at present found in the Island of Cuba, and called Chapafotc." Jitters Patent sealed, 

1658. Henry Higgins, of Salford, in the County of Lancaster, Machinist, 
and Thomas Sciiofield Whitworth, of the same place, Manager, for an inven- 
tion for — ** Improvements in machinery for spinning and doubling or twining cotton 
and other fibrous materials." Letters Patent sealed, 

1659. Levy Johnson Marks, of Newport, Monmouthshire, Nautical Instru- 
ment Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in compasses." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1660. William Armand Gildee, of No. 4, South Street, Finsbury, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved rotary engine."^i4 communica- 
tion. Provisional protection only, 

1661. Robert Porter Walker, of the City and State of New York, United 
States of America, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for hulling 
and finishing rice and similar grains." Letters Patent sealed, 

1662. Hardy Barber, of Leicester, Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Im- 
proved machinery for producing knitted fabrics." Letters Patent sealed, 

1668. George Brockeldank, of the General Steam Navigation Company, 
71, Lombard Street, in the City of London, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
laying submarine cables for telegraphic purposes." Provisional protection only, 

1664. William Parsons, of Pratt Street, Old I^ambetb, Manufacturing 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in separating the solid matter from 
sewage waters." Provisional protection only. 



1665. Henry Jacques Giffard, Mechanician, of Paris, Town in the French 
Empire, for an invention for — " Improvements in feed apparatus for steam and other 
boilers, which improvements are also applicable to the raising and forcing of fluids." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1666. Charles Atkinson, of Sheffield, in the County of York, Manufacturer, 
for an invention for — " A certain improvement in Venetian blinds." 

Provisional protection only. 



106 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Shanly. 
24th July 1858. 



Merry. 
24th July 1858. 



Shanly. 
24th July 1858. 



TOWNEND. 

24th July 1858. 

Belleville. 
24th July 1858. 

Traphagen. 
24th July 1868. 

WiCKOFF. 

24th July 1858. 



Adamron. 
26th July 1858. 



Vasserot. 
26th July 1858. 



Sax. 

26th July 1858. 

Cooke. 
26th July 1868. 

Hardie. 
26th July 1858. 

Taylor. 

NiMMO. 

26th July 1858. 

Harris. 
26th July 1868. 



Db Jongh. 
26th July 1868. 

Hall. 

26th July 1858. 



1667. Michael Shanly, of 5, Meards Street, Dean Street, Soho Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A mercurial level to show the hei^^ht 
of liquids in inclosed and opaque vessels, vases, and principally for steam-boilers." — 
A communication from Edward Legris, of Paris. 

Complete specifications protection for Six months only, 

1668. William Merry, of No. 9, Park Place ViUas, Paddington, London, 
for an invention for — ** Improvements in apparatus for preventing the escape of foul 
air from area, kitchen, and scullery drains of dwdling-houses, also from street, 
stable, and slaughter-house drains." Letters Patent sealed: no spec^ation filed. 

1669. Michael Shanly, of 5, Meards Street, Dean Street, Soho Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A metallic trimming for intercepting 
water, air, gas, or steam, round piston rods of whatsoever they may be, the same 
may be applied to the joints of steam machines." — A communication from Edward 
Legris, of Paris, Complete specification ; protection for Six months onhf. 

1670. SauiRE TowNBND, of Blossom Street, in the City of York, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in cranes." Provisional protection only, 

1671. JuLiEN FRAN901S Belleville, of Paris, in the French Empire, Ovil 
Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved smoke consuming apparatus of 
furnace." Letters Patent sealed. 

1672. Helen Catlin Traphagen, of New York, in the United States of 
America, for an invention for — *' Improvements in ladies' skirts." 

Provisional protection only. 

1673. Henry Wickoff, of Holly Lodge, Kensington Gore, in the County of 
Middlesex, Esquire, for an invention for — '' An improved aperient medicine to be 
used in the shape of a biscuit, cake, or sweetmeat." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only, 

1674. Daniel Adamson, of Newton Moor Iron Works, Hyde, in the County of 
Chester, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in hydraulic apparatus for 
raising and lowering heavy articles, and in an application of hydraulic power for 
rivetting metallic structures, as iron ships, boilers, tanks, and similar articles." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1675. Charles Frederic Vasserot, of 46, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — '' Improvements in glass roofs, skylights, windows, 
and other glass structures." — A communication from Pierre Francois Holier Cronsault, 
of Montargis {Loiret), in the Empire of France. Letters Patent sealed, 

1676. Alphonse Sax, of Paris, France, Musical Instrument Maker, for an in- 
vention for — ** Improvements in wind musical instruments." Letters Patent sealed. 



1677. James Cooke, of Belfast, in the County of Antrim, Ireland, Gas Singer, 
for an invention for — ''Improvements in singeing, treating, or finishing textile 
fabrics." Letters Patent sealed, 

1678. John Hardie, of the Town and County of Stirling, North Britain, 
Plumber, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for regulating the flow 
or passage of fluids." Letters Patent sealed, 

1679. James Taylor, and John Nimmo, both of Glasgow, in the County of 
Lanark, North Britain, for an invention for — " Improvements in healds, and in ma- 
chinery or apparatus for making healds." Letters Patent sealed, 

1680. Benjamin Timothy Harris, of Brooklyn, in the State of New York, 
United States of America, for an invention for — " Improvements in r^[iater8 for indi- 
cating the presence or absence and the time of arrival and departure of workmen or 
employees." Provisional protection only. 

1681. Charles De Jongh, of Lautenbach, in the Empire of F^!«nce, Manufi^- 
turer, for an invention for — " An improved system of and machinery for heckling or 
combing flax, silk, or other fibrous substances." Letters Patent seided, 

1682. Thomas Hall, of Mildmay Park, Islington, in the County of Middlesex, 
Bachelor of Arts, for an invention for—'' Improved apparatus for incfieating % rise of 
temperature in confined spaces." Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



SetbJoIr 185?. 



HOPK. 

26th July 1858. 



GoDEfKor. 
26th July 1858. 



Glover. 
26th July 1858. 



ASBTON. 

S7th July 18£a 



Scott. 
27th July 185S. 



Emks. 

2rth July 1P68. 



S7th July 1858. 



TATbOR. 

S7th July 1B58. 



KorruLA. 
S7th July 1S58. 



,27th July 1868. 



HuBfc. 
28th July 1858. 



Kbllkrmann. 
iPth July 1858. 



PoOGACl,T. 

»th July 1858. 



1883. Edward Jonks, Gentlerarui, of Olive House, No. 20, Camden Cotlane!, 
Camden Toim, in the Purisli of St. Poncras. and County of Middlesex, fnr an in- 
vention for — " Effecting a better system of drdnage, and the machinery and apparatus 
npceaaaiy for the snrae, whereby the sewage manure ia collected and conveniently 
exported for use, and the noxious effluvia prevented from contominatinff ihe air of 
po]iiiloH9 cities and towns, and whereby the drains may lie more strongly and securely 
built, by the manufacture of a more suitable and bett^^r material." 

Letters Palenl senM. 

1684. Hbnry Jackson, of 1:J0, Powis Street, Woolwieli, in the County of Kent, 
for aa invention for^" Improvements in preparing lubricating matters." 

Lfllers Palfttl sealril. 

leSB. John Hopk, of the State of Rhode Island, of the United States of America, 
for an invention for—" A new and useful mechanism or apparatus for supjwrting and 
adjusting a graver of a machine for cngrai-ing the surface of a calico printer's roller, 
preparatory to the aame being etched." Letters Patent senM. 

1986. Jons Daviks, Serjeant Major, Royal Military CoUene, Sandhurst, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in cloaks for military and other purposes." 

Protisifmal protection only, 

1687. Peteb Avgl'btis Godephov, of .'i, King's Mead Cottages, New North 
Road, Islington, in the County of Middlesex, Opemtive Chemist, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in the clesnsinit of gutta-percha, and in the more perfect insu- 
lation of electric telegraphic wire.'" Letters Patent sealed. 

1688. He.vrv Glover, of New York, United States of America, Mathematical 
Instrument Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in instruments for mea- 
suring angles and taking altitudes." Letters Palenl Mated; no specificalimi^led. 

1689. Henry Ashton, of Bewley Street, Kirkdale, in the County of Lancaster, 
Locomotive Engine Driver, foe an invention for — " Improvements in the fumacea 
of atcam-boilers." Provitionat protection only. 



1680. John Scott, of Tain, 



cable for the propulsion of ships. 



I the County of Ross 
ts in pumps, whi 
vessels, and boats." 



North Britain, Gentleman, 

ments are also t 

Letters Patent * 



1681. John Hues, of 110, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, and 123, New Bond 
Street, Oxford Street, London, both in the County of Middlese^i, for an invention 
for — "A portable folding bedstead. Letters Patent sealed. 

1682. Thomas Line, of Lower Tower Street, Birmingham, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in engines for raising beer and other Uquids." 

Letter t Palenl teeled, 

1683. Albxandrr Taylor, of No. I, Wellin0on Cottages, De Beauvoir Town, 
Kingsland, for an invention for — " Improvements in pianofortes." 

Ijeltera Patent sealed. 



1684. Cokstantinb Nicoi 
CBst«r, Soap Manufacturer, for i 



*U9 KoTTlTLA, of Liveqjool, i 
1 invention for^" Improvcmei 



1 the County of Lan- 
ts in the manufacture 
Letters Patent sealed. 



1686. Jambs Long, of Little Tower Street, in the City of London, Philosophical 
Instrument Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in coohng brewe/s' and 

distillers' worts and other Kquids." Prrmisitmal protection only 

1686. George Hi'rn, of Norwich, 

— " Improring the manufacture of cei 



1687. Arnaul 
Empire, for an inv 

especially to replat 

1688. Albxan 

Engineer, for i 



1 the County of Norfolk, for a: 
in articles maile from fibrous materials." 
Complete spec\fieatian ; Letter* Patent sealed, 
Krllekmann, at Courl^ei-oie, DepaHcment de la Seine, French 
ition for — "The employ of new i-egetd substances for dying and 
cochineal dye." Letters Patent sealed, 

BE PouGAULT, of Deciic (NieiTe), a Town of Frwice, Pnctical 
n for—" .\n improved appantus for purging or clearing 



steam-engines of their condensed water," 



I^rers Palenl lettled. 



108 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Johnson. 
28tli July 1868. 

HOWARTH. 

28th July 1858. 



Manton. 
28th July 1858. 

GiLBEE. 

28th July 1858. 

Newton. 
28th July 1858. 

Taylor. 
Lang. 
Uttley. 
28th July 1858. 

Harden. 

28th July 1858. 



Miles. 
28th July 1858. 

COWPER. 

28th July 1858. 



Buckingham. 

HUMFREY. 

Sykes. 
28th July 1858. 

Cliff. 

28th July 1858. 

Cavaggia. 

Spinelli. 

29th July 1858. 

MUSGRAVE. 

29th July 1858. 

Gallard. 
29th July 1858. 



Parkinson. 
29th July 1858. 



Brierley. 
29th July 1858. 

HiNKS. 

29th July 1858. 



1698. Matthew Johnson, Iron Founder, Wheelock Iron Works, Sandbach, 
Cheshire, for an invention for — " An improved rotary steam-engine." 

Provisional protection only. 

1700. Ralph Howartii, of the firm of Howarth and Cryer, Slater Field Foundry, 
Bolton-le-Moors, in the County of Lancaster, Millivrigbts and Engineers, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in furnaces for steam-boilers, for the purpose of con- 
suming smoke and economising fuel." Provisional protection only, 

1701. Joseph Manton, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Gun Maker, 
for an invention for — " A new or improved candlestick." — Provisional protection only. 

1702. William Armand Gilbee, of No. 4, South Street, Finsbury, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the preparation of hydratcd 
oxide of chromium." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1703. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery 
Lane, in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improva- 
ments in gas meters." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1704. James Taylor, John Lang, and Jambs Uttley, of the firm Taylor, 
Lang, and Company, Machine Makers, Castle Iron Works, Stalybridge, in the 
County of Chester, for an invention for — " Improvements applicable to self-acting 
mules for spinning and doubling." Provisional protection only. 

1705. Henry Harden, of Dundalk, in the County of Louth, Ireland, Loco- 
motive Superintendent to the Dublin and Belfast Junction Railway Company, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the construction of tubular steam-boilers." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1706. John Miles, of Risca, in the County of Monmouth, Iron Founder, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in annealing-pots, and in the manufacture of iron, 
steel, and other metals." Jjetlers Patent sealed. 

1707. Edward Alfred Cowper, of Great George Street, Westminster, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — "Improvements in generating power 
from steam, and in engines and apparatus for that purpose." 

Provisional protection only. 

1708. William Buckingham, of Broad Street, Bloomsbuiy, Rope Manu- 
facturer, Charles Hum prey, of CamberweU, Merchant, and Luke Richard 
Sykes, of Duke Street, Manchester Square, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in the construction of telegraphic cables." Provisional protection only. 

1709. John Cliff, of the Imperial Potteries, Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of soap." 

Provisional protection only. 

1710. GuisEpPE Cavaggia, and Anselmo Spinelli, of Avignon, France, Civil 
Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvements in obtaining and applying moti^'e- 
power." Provisional protection only. 

1711. James Murgrave, of Belfast, Ireland* for an invention for — " Improrements 
in stalls and enclosures for horses, cows, and pigs." Letters Patent sealed. 

1712. AuGusTE Gallard, of 5S, Aldersgate Street, London, and 187, Rue de 
Flandre h la Villette, Paris, France, for an invention for — " A new system of trusses." 
— A communication from John Rainal, and Joseph Rainal, his Son, both living m Paris, 
France. Provisional protection only. 

1718. George Seaborn Parkinson, of No. 10, Lambton Terrace, Kensington, 
Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — '* An improved connecting apparatus 
for working railway breaks and e£Pecting a communica^on between railway guards 
and drivers." Letters Patent sealed, 

1714. Jesse Brierley, of Kirkheaton, in the County of York, ManufMsturer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for spinning wool 
and other fibres." Letters Patent sealed. 

1715. Joseph Lester Hinks, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — '' Improvements in machines for cleaning knives, 
forks, spoons, and such other articles as are or may be cleaned by polishing, also in 
machines for sharpening knives." Letters Patent sealed. 



MthJulj 18J8. 



30th July 185S. 

Luis. 
anth July 1853. 

Lli«. 

aOihJuly IS5S. 

Rkvso(.i>h. 
:«Jili July !»Jrt. 



Watkiss. 
'Jthii Jul; 18:>S. 

Sciiistic. 

SCHIBI.8. 

90tti July Ittda. 



BUSXWKR. 

atUi July 1^56. 

Wkbb. 
30th July IB5S. 



Gkhbaks. 
30lh July 18Sa. 



30th July lfi5H. 



BAiLitr. 
d1«t July ISbS. 

DOUOI.A9. 

31rt July iHjy. 



PATENTO APPLIED FOB AND PATENTS GRANTED. 109 

171fl. Joseph Fbedekick W'ilks FKATHEnsTONiiAiicn, of Surrey Square, 
Neu-inglon, in the County of Surrey, Engineer, and Francis Wibk, of Peekhara 
Grove, Cfluibtrwell, in the bbqic Ciiuuty, Consulting Enttioeer, for >n invention for 

-" An improved self-acting apparatus for adinilting ivatcr to atetm-botlcrs and indi- 
ealing the \rater levtl." Lelleri Paint traled. 



1717. JozE Llin, Patent Agent, of No. 
London, in the County o[ Miildlesex. fur ai 
up almonda for the use of confectioner* and 

1718. Joze Lt-i«, Patent Agent, of No. 
Lonilon. *m the County of MidJIcse.v, for an i 
beer and other liquids."— .j commanicalioa. 

1718. Jozfi Liria, Patent Agent, of No. 
I.on'1on, in tbe County of Middleaex, for au 
slun apparatus." — A conuaunicalioH. 



1 R, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
invention for — "A mai^hinc for cutting 
others ."^ — A cuBununinalioH. 

Proeitlanal proleclion onl). 

B. Wellipck Street, Cavendish Square, 

'cntion fur — " \n apparatus for cooling 

Proeitioaal pruteclion only. 



1 B. Welbfok Street, Cavendish Square, 

ou invention fur — " A nenr system of infu- 

ProvUional protKlion only. 

f Binoingbam, in the County of Wonvick, 
ew or improved cradle." 

Prociiional proleelion anly. 
n the County of Lnneastcr, Iron Merchant, 
1 the manufacture uf sheet, hoop, and nail- 

I'rarisional protection oTily. 

the County of Monmouth, for on invcn- 

Djiparatua for tlie manufBctiire of tallow 

Lettm Paint waled. 



1731. Jameb Spbnck, of Liverpool, 
for an invention for — "An improvement 

172B. Jamss Watkins. of Newport, i 
tion for — " Improvements In machinery or 
and other candles." 

1723. CiiHiBTiAN SoHiKLB, aud Fredekick Scuiele. bolhof Oldbom, in the 
Coimty of Lancaster, Engineers, for an invention for — " Certain imjiroveraenta in 
' hydro-extractors' or centrifugol drying machines, and in the method of lubricating 
their bearings, which mi^thod i^ abo ajipUcable to other bearings where lubrication la 
required." LeHer* Palrtil $ealed. 

1734. Henry BESSKUsa, of 4. Queen Street Place, New Caimon Street. In the 
City of London, for an Invention for—" Improvement* in the treatment of pit coal, 
and In the separation of foreign matters therefrom," Lettrrt Patent teated, 

1725. Thomas Webb, of Tuthury, in the County of Derby. Cotton Spinner, and 
Ja.mrh Craig, of the saine place. Manager, for an invention for—" Improvements 
applicable to spinning, doubling, winding, and warping yams or threads." 

LelttTt Patent sraled, 

1726. John Davsv, Mine Agent, Hut 
Agent, William Hodob, Smitb, and Jo: 
(jwennnp, in the County of Cornwall, for ai 
tion uf valve applicable to various description 



Sims, Accountant, John Mavne, Mine 
I Gbrrans, Miner, all of the Pariah of 
Q invention for — " .\n improved constroc- 
is of engines or machinery." 

Leiltrs Falrnl malnl. 



1727. John Hknry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of IGG, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention fur — " Improvements In candlesticks or holder: 



~A communication. 



17S8. Natiiasibl Shatthwbll Dod< 
City of l.ondon. Merchant, for an inventioi 

vulcaiiiied India-rubber." 



Provitioaal prulertian only. 

:e, of U, St. Paul's Church Yard, in the 
for—" Improvements in treating wast« 
from (1« United Slatti of America. 

LellcTM Patent ttolfd. 

1729. Joasi-H SiiART Bailbv, Machine ''i\'ooi Comber, of Kcighley, in the 
Counly of York, for an invention for — " Improvements in macliinet7 for combing 
wool and other fibrous materials." Lrftert Patnl tealed. 

1730. HowAHD DoLULAS, Bart, of Green Street, Grosvcnor Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, General II. M. S., for an inve:ition for— " Improveinenla in 
freeing screw propellers from wreck or gear with which they may become entangled." 

Provisional protection only. 



dl 



110 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Hartley. 
3l8t July 1858. 

Percy. 
3l8t July 1858. 



Ash CROFT. 
Wood. 
31 8t July 1858. 

Davies. 
31st July 1858. 



Houston. 
31st July 1858. 

CONYBEARE. 

3l8t July 1858. 

CoNYBEARE. 

31st July 1858. 



BOUSFIELD. 

31st July 1858. 

Cetti, 
3l8t July 1858. 



De Bergue. 
31st July 1858. 

Agneni. 

2nd August 1858. 



Crispin. 
2nd August 1858. 

Hill. 
2nd August 1858. 

Schlesinger. 
2nd August 1858. 



Jackson. 
2nd August 1858. 

Davies. 
2nd August 1858. 



1731. William Hartley, of Bury, in the County of Lancaster, Engineer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the arrangement of slide valves and side pipec or 
valve casings of steam-engines." Letters Patent sealed, 

1732. William Carter Stafford Percy, of the City of Manchester, in the 
County of Lancaster, Machinist, for an invention for — '* Improvements in arrange- 
ments and mechanism or apparatus for the manufacture of hricks, tiles, pipes, and 
other articles made of plastic earths." Provisional protection only, 

1738. George Ashcropt, Engineer, and Henry Walker Wood, Gentleman, 
hoth of Blackweir, Cardiff, in the County of Glamorgan, South Wales, for an inven- 
tion for — " An improvement in hydraulic machinery." Letters Patent sealed, 

1734. George Davies, of No. 1, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the County 
of Middlesex, and No. 28, St. Enoch Square, in the City of Glasgow, Civil En- 
gineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — '' Improvements in apparatus for 
planing electrotype and stereotype plates." — A communication from Robert Wheeler, 
residing at Brooklyn, in the State of New York, U, 8, A, Letters Patent sealed, 

1785. John Houston, of Nelson Square, Blackfriars' Road, in the County of 
Surrey, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the means of effecting 
the consumption of smoke in furnaces." Letters Patent sealed, 

1786. Henry Conybeare, of Ahingdon Street, in the City of Westminster, 
Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved apparatus and machinery for the 
laying of submarine telegraph cables." Letters Patent sealed, 

1787. Henry Conybeare, of Abingdon Street, in the City of Westminster, 
Civil Engineer, for an invention for — '* Improvements in apparatuses for generating 
and superheating steam and for producing the condensation of steam." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



1738. George Tomlinson Bousfield, of Loughborough Park, Brixton, in the 
County of Surrey, for an invention for — *' Improvements in knitting-madiines.'' — A 
communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1739. Edward John Michael Cetti, of Brook Street, in the County of 
Middlesex, Mathematical Instrument Maker, for an invention for — "An improve- 
ment in barometers, gauges, and other analogous instruments." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1740. Charles de Bergue, of No. 9, Dowgate Hill, in the City of London, 
Engineer, for an invention for — "Improvements in submarine telegraphic cables, 
and in machinery for paying out or laying down the same." Letters Patent sealed, 

1741. EuGENio Agneni, of 29, Devonshire Street, Queen's Square, Bloomsbury, 
in the County of Middlesex, an historical Painter, a native of Rome, for %n invention 
for — " Increasing particularly the effect of decorative pictures, landscapes, drawings, 
and prints." Provisional protection only, 

1742. William Henry Crispin, of Marsh Gate Lane, Stratford, in the County 
of Essex, Copper Smelter, for an invention for — " Improvements in the oonstmction 
of electric telegraph cables." Provisional protection only. 

1743. George Singleton Hill, of Ryde, in the Parish of New Church, in the 
Isle of Wight, in the County of Southampton, Miller, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in hydro-pneumatic machinery." Letters Patent sealed, 

1744. Joseph William Schlesinger, of Red Grove House, South Lambeth, 
in the County of Surrey, Gentleman, for an invention for — "A new or improved 
machine for roasting and basting articles of food." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1745. Robert Raynsford Jackson, of Blackburn, in the County of Lancaster, 
Cotton Spinner, for an invention for — *' Certain improvements in machinery or appa- 
ratus for sizeing yarn." Provisional protection only. 

1746. George Davies, of No. 1, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the County of 
Middlesex, and No. 28, St. Enoch Square, in the City of Glasgow, Civil Engineer and 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of bituminous 
mastics." — A comnrnnication. Provisional protection oafy. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



HiNE. 

8Dd August 1S58. 



Snd AoKurt 1»5»). 

Habvbv. 
' Snd August ISoiH. 

NOBTOK. 

; Snd Auiput 1B5S. 

Ukvwood. 

Hkvwood. 

nd Angust 1858. 

Grbavkm. 
^Qad Aoguft 1B5H. 



Billing. 
fiad August \»53. 

Tavloh. 
, 2M August 1853. 

Davibs. 

•9td August 1868. 



G(IEBNHAI.GtI. 

3rd August 1SS8. 



SuAW. 
'3rd Aogust U 



BCvNNIMaHAM. 
9M August 1858. 



Stkkl. 
; 3rd August 1858. 



Bkll. 
3rd August 1858, 



KtKMLrBT. 

Id Aogiut 1858, 



1747. Stephen- IIinb. of Macclesfield, in the County of Chester. Silk Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in mftchinEiJ or apparatus for 
twisting, doubling, and retiiiating mil ivinding silk or other aijniliit fibrous materiftl." 

Leilrrs Patent staled. 



I M. 



1749, Willi, 
Bond, Brixton, ir 
or screw presses.' 



>RTiMER, of South Carolina, in the United States of America, 

" Irapruvements in apparatus for raising and lowering ships' 

ProoinoHal protection only. 

,M Beal'ciiauf Bagnal Harvev, of Dagna] Villa, Greshara 

the County of Surrey, for an inrention for — " Improvements in flj 

Lettcru Potent tealeJ. 

1750. James Lee Nobtom, of Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hiii, in the City of 
London, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for drying wool and 
other substances." Ltllin Patent staled. 

1761. Edward Hevwood. of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Mechanic, 
and William Heywood, of the City of Manchester, Warehouseman, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in the construction of metoUic pistons." 

PTovisional proteetioH aaiy. 

1753. Hugh Greaves, of Westminster, in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engi- 
neer, for an invention for — " Improvements in constructing streets, roods, and ways, 
thereby facilitating traffic, and proi'iding for the more convenient conveyance of 
sen'age, drainage, gas and water supplies, and telegraphic wires, along the same." 

Jatteri Patent sealed. 

1753. Martin Billing, of High Holbom, in the County of Middlesex, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in metallic bedsteads." Provitional proleclvm only, 

1764. William Tavlob, residing at Titley Cottage, Kington, Herefordshire, for 
an invention for — "An iroprovcment in the manufacture of iron," 

Leilert Palatl tealed. 

1765. Gbobge Davibs, of No. I, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the County of 
Middlesex, and No. 38, St. Enoch Square, in the City of Glasgow, Civil Engineer and 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " A process and apparatus for .he extraction of 
oils for illuminating and lubricating purposes, and of corburetted hydrogen gas, from 
the native bitumen of the West Indies,"— ,ij comniunkalioH. 

Provisional protection only. 
1758. Thomas Gbebxhalgr, of Bury, in the County of Lancaster, Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — " Improvement in apparatus applicable to steam-boilers." 

LfKer* Po/e<if teaM. 

1767. John Shaw, of Manchester, in the County of I^ncaster, Machinist, for an 
invention for — " A machine for the manufacture of pasteboard and cardboard." 

Prorisiottal protection only, 

1768. Robert Ciinningham, of Paisley, in the County of Renfrew, North 
Britain, Card Perforater, for an invention for — " Improvements in the production 
of letter-press printing surfaces, and surfaces used in reproducing ornamental patterns 
01 devices by printing or otherwise, and in the apjiaratus connected therewith." 

Letters Patent lealrJ. 

1769. Jambs S-teel, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Brewer, for an invention for — " lmi)ro\'ementa in brewing and distilling." 

Letters Patent tealed, 

1760. Gbobqe Bkll, Die Maker, in the employment of lliome and Lemon, 
of Fore Street, in the City of London, Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvi- 
ments in embossing and printing dies, and in the manufacture of ' lace ' or perforated 
embossed paper." Letters Patent sealnJ, 

1781. JsFFRIES Kt.NCBi.sv, of 53, Great Coram Street, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Lieutenant on Half Pay, Her Mi^esty's 3d Regiment of Dragoons, for on 
invention for — " Improvements in tlie construction of 8t«am-l>oilers." 

Pmvisiunal pfotectiim only. 



112 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Johnson. 
3rd August 1858. 



Greenwood. 
3rd August 1868. 



Newton. 
3rd August 1858. 



De Jongh. 

3rd August 1858. 



Callebaut. 
4th August 1858. 

Spence. 
4th August 1858. 

Taylor. 

4th August 1858. 

Russell. 
4th August 1858. 

Giles. 
4th August 1858. 

Badcock. 
4th August 1858. 

Clay. 

4th August 1858. 

Archer. 
4th August 1858. 



Pascok. 

Thomas. 

4th August 1858. 

Hall. 

5th August 1858. 

Luis. 

5th August 1858. 

Luis. 
5th August 1858. 



Luis. 
5th August 1858. 



1762. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 1C6, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in ink stands." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1763. John Greenwood, of Rawden, near Leeds, in the County of York, for 
an invention for — "Improvements in the construction of steam-hollers and other 
apparatus for hcatinc]^ water or superheating steam, which improvements are also 
applicable when heating air." Letters Patent sealed, 

1764. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — 
** Improved machinery for forging nails and other articles." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1765. Charles De Jongh, of Lautenbach, near Guebwiller, in the Empire 
of France, Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in machinery for 
assorting and preparing for spinning silk and other fibrous substances." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1766. Charles Callebaut, Merchant, of 2, Rue Ste AppoUne, Paris, in the 
Emj)ire of France, and of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in sewing-machines." Letters Patent sealed, 

1767. James Spence, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Iron Merchant, 
for an invention for — " An improved method of rolling sheets from puddled steel or 
steel iron." Provisional protection only, 

1768. James Taylor, of Birkenhead, Engineer, for an invention for — "Pneu- 
matic and hydraulic machines." Letters Patent sealed. 

1769. John James Russell, of Wednesbury, in the County of Stafford, Iron 
Tube Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for cutting 
and screwing the ends of tubes." Letters Patent sealed. 

1770. John Wheatley Giles, of Sydney, New South Wales, for an invention 
for — " An improvement in propelling vessels." Provisional protection only. 

1771. James Badcock, of High Street, Highgate, in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus to be applied to ladies' dresses 
and other articles of wearing apparel." Provisional protection only, 

1772. William Clay, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Iron and Steel 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An improved manufacture of metallic hoops, 
bands, and other analogous articles." Letters Patent sealed. 

1778. Charles Maybury Archer, of the Morning Herald and Standard News- 
papers, and of 3, St. James Gardens, Haverstock Hill, Hampstead Road, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in electric and submarine telegraph cables and wires." 

Provisional protection only, 

1774. James Bray Pascoe, and John Roberts Thomas, of Chacewater, in 
the County of Cornwall, Engineers, for an invention for — " An improved method of 
and apparatus for feeding boilers of all steam-engines with liquid, without the aid of 
the force pump heretofore used." Letters Patent sealed. 

1775. Lawrence Hall, of Black Lane Mill, near Bury, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Manufacturer, for an invention for — "Certain improvements in looms for 
weaving." Letters Patent sealed, 

1776. Jozik Luis, Patent Agent, of 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, London, 
in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — "A new system of truss." — A com- 
munication. ^ Letters Patent sealed. 

1777. Joz6 Luis, Patent Agent, of No. In, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Squaw, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A machine for pul- 
verizing shell, horn, and whalebone." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only. 

1778. Joz* Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendiah Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A new waterproof tube 
without seams or rivets, and in the apparatus connected therewith." — A communi- 
cation. Letters Patent sealed. 



Champkbsb. 
5th Anguit 1^53. 

Sth Augurt 1858. 



Hbndsrson. 
Sth August 1S59 



■I'Cbummkn. 
6th An^iut 185ft. 



Mathbk. 
fith August 185S. 



5lh August 1858. 



Clav. 
fith August lf58. 



ChAY. 

5th Atigiut 1853. 



Nkwton, 
5lh August 1858. 



Nbwtom. 

6tb August 1858. 



Barth^lrmy. 
h August 1858. 

Bovtt.L. 
6th August 1858. 

Ktubbs. 
£th August 1858. 



fith August 1858. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 

1778. JoKfe Li'is, Patent Afjtnt, of No. lo, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Squue, 
London, in the Cuunty of Middlesex, for &a invention for — "A machine for drilhng 
and grooving the naves of whecb and also to force the tuiIe-box into the naves," — A 
eommanicalioa. LetterM Patml sealed. 

1780. WALKEnMoRBLEV, ofNos. 17andl8, New Street, Covcnt Garden, in the 
County of Middleaei, Gentleman, and William Swain CHAMrMEHs, of Clapham, 
in the Counly of Surrey, Gentleman, for an invention for — " An improved self-filUng 
reservoir penholder." Pronisioiiaf protection onlg. 

1781. Evas Lbioii, of Manchester, in the County of Laccaater, Mechanical En- 
gineer, for ail invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apjiaratus for preparing 
and spinning &ax, wool, silk waste, or other fibrous materials." 

Lfllrra Patent sealed. 

1782. JouN HEXDKnsos-, of Lasawadc, ia the County of Midlothian. Nc)rth 
Britun, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for weaving 
plain or flgurcd fahrics." Letters Patent sealed. 

1783. DosALu M'CRLUiiBN,ofGouroek, in the County of Renfrew, North Britain, 

Gentleman, for au invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture or production 
of paper, which improvements ore also opphcable in the production of alkaline and 
other salts." Letters Patent teaifd. 



1784. Co 
County of I. 



MA-riisn, of Salford Iron Works, in the Parish of Manchester, 
'ention for—" Improvements in shearing-machines." 

Letters Patent tealed. 

1786. Richard Archibald Bboohan, of 1(16, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, EC. Patent Agent, for an invention for — "Improvements in knitting- 
frames." — A communication from Ulysse Puech, of Paris. Letter* Patent sealed. 

1789. William Clav, of Liverpool, m the County of Lancaster, Iron and Steel 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An improved mode of manufacturing cost 
steet and ivrought iron into ingots and other forms." PrmHsiaaal protection otily. 

1787. William Clav, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Iron and Steel 

Manufacturer, for an invention for — " ImprovMnents in the construction of certwn 
descriptions of bridges and girders." Protifional protection only. 

1788. Alfred Vincint Nkwto.v, of the Office for Patents, CC, ainncery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in the manufacture of lace." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1789. William Edward Nkwtox, of the Office for Patents, C6, Chancery 
Lane, in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for on invention for — " An im- 
proved mode of ornamenting textile hbrics," — A commmtication. 

Prooisional protection only. 
17, Bush Lane, London, for an invention for — 
Prociaonal protection only. 



1790. Caul BartiiSli 
" Certain improvements in 



!4 Bo\'it.L, of Durnaford Lodge, Wimbledon, in the County 
II for — " Improvements in the manufacture of gas, also in 
nd other fuel." Letters Patent sealed. 



1791. Geoboe HiN-Tt 
of Surrey, for an invcntii 
the manufacture of coke 

1792. Frincis Hesrv Stlbds, of Leeds, in the County of Yorkshire. 
Mechanical Draftsman, for an invention for—" .\n improved mode of communication 
between the guard and enginemaa on locomotives or railway trains," 

Provisional protection on/y. 
■ 1793. Charles Fblton Kibkuak, of Argyle Street, Ri^^t Street, London. 
Gentleman, fc)r an invention for — "An improved mode of treating senage for 
0({ricultural uses, and for machinery to be employed therein." 

Prociiionat prolertion only. 
1794. Stbi'iie.-i Carry, of Clmk Street Wharf, Bonkside, Southwork, in the 
County of Surrey, Builder and Contnietor, for an invention for — " An improved 
system of forming the permanent way of railroad transit, also eominon trsmway and 
channel or watercourse, by the mentis of cast-iron ]i1ales or lioxes jiemliarly con- 
stniclod so as to make one continuous wny or eliaiinel." Letters Patent traled. 



114 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Weston. 
7th August 1858. 

Lock. 

7th August 1858. 

Walker. 
7th August 1858. 

Webster. 

7th August 1858. 

Smith. 
7th August 1858. 



Luis. 

7th August 1858. 

Luis. 

7th August 1858. 

Imray. 

7th August 1858. 

Taylor. 

7th August 1858. 

Walker. 

7th August 1858. 

Johnson. 
7th August 1858. 



Newton, 
7th August 1858. 

Picking. 
Purssglovb. 
9th August 1858. 

Murphy. 
9th August 1858. 

Ingram. 
9th August 1858« 

Clayton. 
9th August 1858. 



Smith. 

9th August 1858. 



1795. George Weston, of No. G, Pond Hill, Sheffield, in the County of York, 
for an invention for — " A washing-machine." Letters Patent sealed. 

1796. George Pearce Lock, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Oil and 
Colour Merchant, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the composition of paints 
for coating iron ships, and for other useful purposes." Promsional protection onljf, 

1797. John Walker, of City Road, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, for 
an invention for — '* Improvements in the manufacture of electric telegraph cables." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1798. James Webster, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " A new or improved metallic alloy." 

Provisional protection only. 

1799. John Smith, the younger, of Coven, near Wolverhampton, in the County 
of Stafford, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in agricultural steam- 
engines and locomotive steam-engines to be used on common roads." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1800. Jozi Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1b, Wdbeck Street, Cavendish Scjuare, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — "A new twisting 
bobbin." — A communication, Promsional protection only. 

1801. Jozk Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — *'A new covering, 
doubling, and twisting machine." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 



1802. John Imray, of 65, Bridge Road, Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus used in printing." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1808. John Taylor, of Roupell Park, Streatham Hill, in the County of Surrey, 
for an invention for — ''Improvements in the manufacture of blocks for the con- 
struction of sewers and drains." Letters Patent sealed. 



1804. James Walker, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — "Improvements in machinery or apparatus for 
moulding or shaping metals." Letters Patent sealed, 

1805. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fieldsi in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow^ North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for working railway 
breaks." — A communication from Thomas Hopper, of the City of Newark, County qjf 
Essex, and State of New Jersey, United States qf America. Letters Patent sealed, 

1806. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in pianofortes." — A communication. Provisional protection only. 

1807. John Gordon Picking, and Thomas Paramore Purssglovb, both of 
Battersea, in the County of Surrey, for an invention for — *' An improved pressure 
gauge for steam, gas, or other fluids." Provisional protection only, 

1808. Joseph John Murphy, of Belfast, Spinner and Weaver, for an invention 
for — ''Improvements in the construction of floating bodies, and in the means of 
supporting floating structures." Provisional protection only, 

1809. Thomas Ingram, of Bradford, in the County of York, Foreman, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in means or apparatus for operating railway breaks," 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1810. Henry Clayton, of the Atlas Works, Upper Park Place, Dorset Square, 
in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for— '^ Improvements in machinery for 
manu£cu!tuiing bricks and tiles and other articles of brick, earth, clay, or other plastic 
material." Letters Patent sealed, 

1811. Willoughby BtalTH, of 3, Montrose Villas, Pownall Road, Dalston. in 
the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improved compound for coating 
or insulating electric telegraph wires and for coating other surfiices." 

Letters Patent sealed and tpee^icatumJUedp by order* 



9lh August 1(*58. 



9th August 1S68. 



Nrwtox. 

9th August 1858. 



Nbwton. 
9tli August 1858. 



Sfbs-ce. 

&Hx Auguct 1858. 



PlCKFOBD. 

lOth August 1868. 



Mth August 1868. 



CoLLvsn. 
lOth August 1858. 



Makck. 

lOtl) August 1358. 



Whitebbad. 

10th Augutt 1858. 



I lib August 1858. 



>lltb August 18i 



Girr. 
rlltkAuguftll 



PATENTS APPUED FOR AND PATENTS f 



18ia. Thomas Goode Messengbr, of High Street, Loughborough, in the 
County of Leicester, Horticultural Builder and Plumher. for sn invention for — " Im- 
provementa in the mnnufocture of garden engines, which are also applicable to fire 
or other engines." Ltllrrs Patenl sealed. 

1813. Alfred Hamlys Williams, of Comhill, in the City of London, 

Manufacturer, for an invention foi^— " ImprovetnentB in fastenings for porte-monnaies, 
pocket-hooks, and other like articles." Provinional proleclioa onlg. 

1814. William Edward Newtosj, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery 
Lane, in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " An im- 
proved method of arranging and apiiljing magnets to counteract or compensutv for 
the effects of local attraction on the umriners' compass." — A comntunicatioii. 

Leitert Patail lealed. 

1815. William Edward Newton, of the OfRce for Patents, 66, Chancery 
Lane, in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for—" Iniprovc- 
ments in machinery for drawing and twisting wool or other fibrous tnatcnnl." — A 
communication. Letter* Patent tralrd. 

ISlfl. William Spencb, of 50, Chancery Lane, in the Coun^ of Middlescii, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " 'llic precipitation of purple colouring matter 
by chloride of calcium." — A communication. Leltem Patent lealed. 

1B17. Thomas Pickpord, of Mark Lane, in the City of London. Merchant, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the preparation and uianufnotupo of 
manure." Protitional proleclitm only. 

1818. Alfrbd Barcuou, of No. 49, Saint Augustin's Rond, Camden Toivn, in 
the County of Middlcse.t, Working Jeweller, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in the mode of fastening the soles and heels of boCita and shoes." — A commnnicalion. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

181B. Michael !Isnry. of 8J, Fleet Street, in the City of London, Patent 
Agent, for an invention for — " Im|)rovements in the manufacture or production of 
saltpetre and the prepartLtioii of materials for the purpose." — A communication. 

Propiitional prxftection only. 

1820. RoBEHT Hanham Collveb, M.D. and C.E. of No. 3, Park Road. 
Regent's Park, County of Middlesex, for an invention for—" An improved coating 
comjMisiUon to protect vessels from marine animal and vegetable sohstanees." 

Letters Patent tealed. 

1B21. Fbani;ois Habck, of Schaerbeck, near Brussels, in the Kingdom of 
Belgium, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improyementa in the construction of 
cocks, tups, or valves." Leilrrt Patent sealed. 

lasa. MoNTAOi'B Moses, of Portadown Road. Muda Hill, in the County of 
Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements appUcable to umbrella 
and parasol sticks." Letters Patent sealed. 

1823. Jambs Heywood Whitehead, of Royal George Mills, in the Parish of 
Saddieivorth, in the County of York, \\'oollen Manufacturer, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in the manufacture of woollen bags." Proeitional protection on/y. 

1824. John Talbot Pitmas, of the American and European Patent Offices, 
G?, Gracechurch Street, London, for an invention for — "An improved mode of 
operating apparatus for lifting and pressing." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

18S6. Samuel Flstchbb Cottam, of the Ci^ of Manchester, Machinist, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for donbling cotton and other 
jams or threads." Letters Patent seaM, 

1826. Robert Clark Gist, Gentleman, of 36, Cannon Street, in the City of 
London, for an inventioii for—" Impravementa in knitUng-machiues."— ^ commnni- 
CBlion, Jjttters Potent sealed. 



116 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Joyce. 
Cure. 

BOYES. 

Clough. 
1 1th August 1858. 

Appold. 
nth August 1858. 

Brooman. 
1 1th August 1858. 

Tamberlick. 
11th August 1858. 



Mbckell. 
11th August 1858. 

Knowles. 
12th August 1858. 



Scott. 
Martinucci. 
12th August 1858. 

Houghton. 
12th August 1858. 

Maissiat. 
12th August 1858. 

Mbtzler. 

Waddell. 

12th August 1858. 

• 

Fogg. 
12th August 1858. 

Baxendale. 
12th August 1858. 

Paterson. 
12th August 1858. 

JODSON. 

12th August 1858. 

Smith. 
12ih August 1858. 

JOBSON. 

12th August 1858. 
Smith. 

ASHBY. 

12th August 1858. 

JoBSON. 

12th August 1858. 



1827. John Barnett Joyce, St. Dunstan's Works, Conwaj Street, Bradford, 
John Cure, Joseph Boybs, and Jonathan Clough, of the firm of Cure & Co., 
Wool Conihers, Ehenezer Mill, Mill Lane, Bradford, Yorkshire, for an invention for 
— ** Improvements in machinery or apparatus for combing wool and other fibrous 
materials.*' Provisional protection only, 

1828. John George Appold, of Wilson Street, Finsbury Square, in the County 
of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture 
of wire ropes or cables." Provisional protection onljf. 

1829. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in time-keepers." 
— A communication from F, P. Vaglica, of Palermo. Provisional protection only. 

1830. Enrico Tamberlick, of the Rue du Commerce, Quartier Leopold, Brus- 
sels, in the Kingdom of Belgium, for an invention for — " Improvements in appa- 
ratus used for exhibiting advertisements."^ i4 communication. 

Provisional protection only. 

1831. William Meckell, of Friday Street, in the City of London, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in textile fabrics." Provisional protection only. 

1882. William Knowles, of Bolton-le-Moors, in the County of Lancaster, 
Cotton Spinner, for an invention for — " Improvements in certain parts of machinery 
used in preparing and spinning cotton and other fibrous materials." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1833. John Scott, of Shoreham, Commander in the Mercantile Marine, and 
Antonio Martinucci, of Brighton, both in the County of Sussex, Gentleman, for 
an invention for — " An improved steam-engine." Provisional protection only. 

1834. George Houghton, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Saddler, 
for an invention for — "An improvement or improvements in saddles." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1836. Jacques Henri Maris Maissiat, of Paris, in the Empire of France, 
Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in wheels." Letters Patent sealed. 

1836. George Metzler, of the firm of Metzler & Co., Musical Instrument 
Makers, Great Marlborough Street, and James Waddell, of Brompton, all in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construcUon and 
formation of valve musical instruments." Letters Patent sealed. 



1837. James Fogg, of Great Lever, near Bolton, in the County of Lancaster, 
Book-keeper, for an invention for — " Improvements in pressure gauges." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1838. Reuben Baxendale, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Machine Engraver, for an invention for — " Improvements in brushes, mops, 
or apparatus for washing and cleaning." Provisional protection only. 

1839. Alexander John Paterson, of Edinburgh, Esquire, for an invention 
for — ** An improvement in propelling ships and vessels." Letters Patent sealed, 

1840. Robert Jobson, of Wordsley, in the County of Stafford, Iron Founder, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus used when making moulds for 
casting shells and other artides." Letters Patent sealed, 

1841. Edwin Smith, of Dudley Port, Upton, in the County of Stafford, for an 
invention for — '* An improvement in puddling iron." Provisional protection only, 

1842. Robert Jobson, of Wordsley, in the County of Stafford, Iron Founder, 
for an invention for — *' Improvements in apparatus for supplying water to axle-tree 
boxes and other journal bearings, to lubricate the same." Letters Patent sealed, 

1843. Henry Smith, and Thomas Woodhoubb Ashby, of Stamford, in the 
County of Lincoln, Agricultural Implement Makers, for an invention for — ''Improve- 
ments applicable to haymaking machines, whereby such machines n^ rendered useful 
for other agricultural purposes." Letters Patent sealed, 

1844. Robert Jobson, of Wordsley, in the County of Stafford, Iron Founder, 
for an inrention for— '^ Improvements in apparatus for crushing and sifting." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



iir 



NoRTCLIFr. 

13tb August 18J3. 



]3th August ie5«. 



RiCKKTT. 

13th Augurt 1953. 



I3lb August 1J:5S. 



RrKSCBH. 

13th AuKUBt \SbS. 



SCIIAUB. 

!3th August 1858. 



13th Anguat 1358. 



pungkllv. 
Browm. 
13th Augurt 1958. 

Cartukl. 

14th August \S59. 

Mkxnoks. 
14th Augurt 1858. 



Holt, 
* 1-ltb Augurt 1858. 

Smith. 

Chba»b. 

14th August 1858. 



Slatk. 
14th August 1858. 



1846. William Bkaumont Nobtcliff, of Fell Gtovc, near Hudderefidd. in the 
CouDty of York, Djer, for an inrention for — "An improvement in dyeing wooUcd, 
wonteil, cotton, ulk, linen, and other textile fabrics and fibrous subst-nnceB." 

Lrlters PatenI sealed. 
1646, Louis Ai'tba, of Wardour Street, in the County of Middlesex, Msnuruc- 
turer, for an invention for — " Improved apparatuses for eihjbitinp; advertiicments." 

Prorisioital protection only. 

1847. FttAxf'Ols Jules Manceacx, of Pnm, in the Empbe of France, Manufoc- 
turer, for an invention for — " Improvements in stocks for fire-arms." 

Ltllers Patent sealed. 



1848. Charles Llewf.li 
dlcse.t. Electrical Kngincer, fo; 
ropes or cnbles." 



31IT, of Pall Mall East, in the County- of Mid- 

■ention for — " Improvemenls in electric telegraph 

Letters Patent sealed. 



348. TiiDiiAS Ricebtt, of the Castle Foundry, Buckingham, for an invention 
-" Improvements in locomotive engines and other carriages In facilitate their 
transit." Letters Patent sealed. 



18S0. Jon; 

monger, for en 
nd drjing wo 



Pbtrib, Junior, of Rochdale, in the County of Lancaster, Iron- 
nvention fur — " Improvements in machiuciy or apparatus for stretching 
en fabrics." Letters Paletit sealtd. 



1851. Thomas Wobtit, of Rochdale, in the County of Lancaster, Wire Card 
Maker, and Hbnrv Ki'&nc&r, of the same place, A[!enl, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in machinery iir spparatus for preparing for spinning and for spinning 
cotton and other fibrous materials, in winding and wap])in({ yarns of the said materials, 

nd in making wire cards for such preparing inachincty." hetleri Patent sealed. 

1852. GKonoE SciiAi'D, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Electro 
letailurgist, for an invention for — " New or improved machinei7 to 1>d used in tha 

manufacture of certain kinds of printing types, and also in the manufacture of spaces 
ind quadrats used in setting up printing types." Pron'sjono/^rafection only. 

1853. John Hbniiy Joh.vsom, of 47, lJncoln*Blnn Fields, in the County of Mid* 
diesex, and of 166. Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentlc- 

nvention foi^— " Imjirovcmcnts in the treatment of crude India-rubber, 

gulta-pcrcho, or other vulcanixahle gums, and in the manufacture therefrom of what 

; usually colled hard rubber articles."- — J commuiiicatiaa from Austin G. Day, of 

Seymow, Connecticut, United Stales of Amrriea. Letters Patent sealed, 

18B4. Thomas Goldswobtiiv Pengelly, Gun Maker, residing 6, Cbeahunt 
Crescent, Wnltham Cn)S3, Hertfordshire, and IIenhy IIhuwn, Gun Maker, rending 
Old Road, Enfield Highway, Middlesex, for an invention fur — " Improvements in 
apparatus for straightening gun barrels." Provisional protection only. 

1855. JoUK Cartmel, of Stamford Street, in the County of Surrey, Hat Manu< 
facturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of hata, caps, and 
other coverings for the head." Letters Patent sealed. 

1868. MarcAntoink Fbasi;ois Mbnnonb, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Sees, No. 39, Rue de I'E^hiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention 
r — " Improvements in the construction of jacqusrd looms." — A communication. 

Complete specifieation ; Letters Patent sealed. 
1867. Joseph Hoi.t, of Shelf, near Halifax, in the County of York, Mechanic, 
invention for — " Improvements in looms for weoi-ing." Letters PatenI seakd. 



for 

1858. James Smith, of Seaforlh. near Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, 
Gentleman, and Sydney Arthur Cheakr, of Liverpool aforraaid. Gentleman, for 
an invention for — " Improved arrangements for obtaining and applying motive- 
power." Letters Patent sealed. 

TE, of Adelaide Road, Havcntock Hill, in the County of 

invention for — " Imiiruvoments in blart furnaces, and in smelting 

Lellert Palfnt uakd. 



118 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Lister. 
Warburton. 
14th August 1858. 



O'Neill. 
14th August 1858. 



Betjemann. 

Betjemann. 

Betjemann. 

14th August 1858. 

Newton. 
14th August 1858. 



Forot. 
14th August 1858. 



Geyelin. 
16th August 1858. 

Chappuis. 
16th August 1858. 

Cutchey. 
16th August 1858. 

Herrmann. 

Herrmann. 

16th August 1858. 



Newton. 
16th August 1858. 



Richard. 

16th August 1858. 

Webster. 
17th August 1858. 

Evans. 
17th August 1858. 



Jackson. 
Fisher. 
17th August 1858. 

Halkerston. 
17th August 1858. 



1860. Samuel Cunlifpe Lister, and James Warburton, of Manningham, 
in the County of York, for an invention for — " Improvements in dying wool, hair, 
cotton, flax, and similar materials, also yams and textile fahrics made from such 
materials, also in dying and tanning other suhstances and materials, also in washing 
wool, and in discharging the gum from silk." Letters Patent sealed, 

1861. Charles O'Neill, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Manufac- 
turing Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of artificial 
gums from starch, farina, and other amylaceous, suhstances, and in apparatus for such 
manufacture." Letters Patent sealed. 

1862. George Betjemann, George William Betjemann, and John Bet- 
jemann, all of Upper Ashby Street, in the County of Middlesex, Desk and Dressing 
Case Makers, for an invention for — *' An improvement in book-slides." 

Provisional protection only. 

1863. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved 
combination of metal with India-rubber or gutta-percha, or with India-rubber or 
gutta-percha combined with other substances, in the manufacture of belting, hose, 
valves, and other articles." — A communication. Provisional protection only. 

1864. Louis Alexandre Forot, Merchant, of 2, Rue Sainte Appoline, Paris, 
Empire of France, and of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, for an invention for — 
'* A new mode of ornamenting fabrics and in the apparatus connected therewith." 

. Letters Patent sealed. 

1866. George Kennedy Geyelin, Civil Engineer, of London, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for—" Folding bedsteads, and which be calls the 
' Universal and folding joint for bedsteads.' " Provisional protection only. 

1866. Paul Emile Chappuis, Patentee and Manufacturer of Daylight Reflectors 
and Stereoscopes, 69, Fleet Street, London, E.C., for an invention for — ** Improve- 
ments in stereoscopes and stereoscopic apparatus." Letters Patent sealed. 

1867. Christopher George Cutchey, of 15, Portland Cottages, Forest Hill, 
in the Coimty of Kent, Gentleman, for an invention for — " A railway danger signal 
whistle." Provisional protection only. 

1868. Louis Adolphe Herrmann, and Ernest Innocent Emile Herr- 
mann, Engineers, of Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in connecting together pipes, tubes, or ways for the conveyance of water 
or other fluid, and in means or apparatus for regulating the flow or discharge and 
supply of such fluid, and in means or apparatus for fsKnlitating the forming of sudi 
connections." Letters Patent sealed. 

1869. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — *' Cer- 
tain improvements in machinery for forging horse shoes." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1870. Pierre Richard, of No. 17, Rue St. Jean, Faubourg St. (jermain, Pkris, 
Practical Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for obtaining 
motive-power." Provisional protection only. 



1871. James Webster, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " A new or improved projectile." Provisional protection only. 

1872. Wardle Eastland Evans, Musical Instrument Maker, of Norfolk Street, 
Sheffield, in the County of York, for an invention for — " Improvements in hanno- 
niums, concertinas, organs, and other similar keyed instruments." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1873. James Jackson, and Aaron Fisher, Manufacturers, of Highfleld Street 
Works, Sheffield, in the County of York, for an invention for — " An improvement 
in the manufacture of hats." Provisional protection only. 

1874. George Halkerston, of Frenchie, in the County of Fife, North Britain, 
Millwright, for an invention for — '' Improvements in mangles." 

Provisional protection only. 



^B^ PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 119 

Norton. 1876. John- Xohtok, of Roshen-ille, in the County of Kent, late Captain in Her 

17th August I85S. Majesty's Sith Regiment, for on invention for — " Improvements in projectiles." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

Shaw. 1879, Francis Shaw, of Sidduls RonJ, Derby, in the County of Derby, Silk 

17th Ai^nat 1858. Throwster and Silk Merthant, for nn inventicm for—'* Impmvements in spindlea for 

the 8|iiiininK of silk and other fibrous material." Leltrrg Patent seaitd. 

Mills. 1B77. Gbobge Mills, of 5. St. George's Tenaee. Queen's Road. Regent's Park, 

17ib Angurt 1S58. in the County of Middlesex, for sn invention for — " Improvements in uiachineiy 
for cutting ivood for staves," Frnrisional protection only. 

LicHTRNBTADT. 1878. David Lichtbnstadt, of Surrey Square, Old Kent Road, in the County 

Drrp. of Surrey, Chemist, and CnABLSit Duf», of Hill Street, Peckham, in the same 

17th August 1858. County, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in treating tan and tan- 
ning refiise to obtwn valuable jiroducts therefrom." — A communicalion. 

Provisionat protection only. 
Luis. 1878. Jozi Lris, Patent Agent, of No. la. Welbeck Street, (Cavendish Square), 

18th August 1858. London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A new safety system 
for preventing an acciilental discharge in fire-arms." — A communication. 

liellers Patent tealed. 

PiNTA. 1880. AciIlLLB VicTon Pikta. of 63, King William Street, in the City of 

l?th August 1958. London, Foreign Law Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in blank forms 

of eheques or drafts on bankers payable on demand, relating to the dossing of such 

cheques or drafts." Complete tpecification ; Letter! Patent teuhd. 

SoiLHAN. 1881. William SoELMAN.of 3, BeniteU Street (W.), in the Coun^ of Middlesex, 

18th AuguRt 1858. for an invention for — "Additional improvements in the construction of propeller*, 

chiefly with reference to his former jiatent, dated 20tb August, 1855." 

Pravisitmal protection only, 

WiLLIAMH. 1882. Thomab Williams, of Aberdaron, in the County of Caman'on, North 

18th August 1858, Wales, Engineer, for an invention for — " An apparatus to be used for a chum or for 

a washing-machine." Proeitional protection only. 

Andrhbon. 18B3. Robert Anderson, of Bkckbraes, in the County of Stirling. North 

18th August 1858. Dritiun, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvement* in stuffing-boies and 

packings." Leilerx Patent tealed. 

Ol'Kr. 1884. Thomas Oliver Duke, of Kennington, for an invention for—" Improve- 

18th August 1856. ments in preparing che<)ucs and such like documents, and in the meauB of preventing 

forgery or surreptitious alterations." Provisional protection onlf. 

PiLHRAM. 1886. Alexan'dkr Pild 

1 ath August 1858. invention for—" A bradawl tv 

HunsON. 1886. William Hudson, of Burnley, in the County of lAnraster, Machinist, 

Catlow. and Chrihtophbr Catlow, of Clithero, in the same County, Overlooker, for an 

19th August 1858, inrention for — " Certain improvements in looms for weaving." 

Proeisional protection only. 

Padwick. 1887. William Fhedsrick Padwick. of Hsyling Island, in the Coun^ of 

19th AogDst 1858. Hants, Gentleman, for an invention ffir— " A machine or implement to be employed 

on land sown with turnips lo protect them from the ravages of the fly, applicable 

also to the |irotectiun of other crops." Letters Palmt tealed, 

Plomlby. 18B8. John Choft PLOMLBV,.of Maidstone, in the County of Kent, Gentleman, 

19th August 1868. for an invention for— "An improvement in joists and latbs used for su)>]x>rting liair 

and other (lervious floors in oast houses." ProriMonal protection only. 

DXLrossB. 1888. Maximilirn Francois Joseph Delfosss, of Regent Street, in the 

19th Aogust 1858. County of Middlesex, Gentleman, fbr an invention for — " Improvement* in electro- 
magnetic machines." Provitimal proleetion only. 

Smith. 1890. William Smith, No. 18, Salisbury Street, Strand, Civd Engineer, for an 

l!Hh Angnit 1868. invention for — " Improvements in steam-engines." — A communication from 3lr. H. W. 
GuUell, Enyinrer, reiiding in Buttia. Letter! Patent tealed 



120 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Pearce. 
20th Augurt 1858. 

MUNN. 

20th August 1858. 



Preston. 
M<^Gregor. 

20th August 1858. 

Hood. 

20th August 1858. 

Droinet. 

20th August 1858. 



Spence. 
20th August 1858. 

FiGGETT. 

20th August 1858. 

Clay. 
Benzon. 

20th August 1858. 

Knowles. 
20th August 1858. 

Baker. 

20th August 1858. 



Delpy. 
21st August 1858. 

Walker. 
21st August 1858. 

Benson. 
2l8t August 1858. 

Brooman. 
2l8t August 1858. 



Henson. 
21st August 1858. 

De Jongh. 
2l8t August 1858. 



1801. William Pearce, of Bristol, in the City and County of Bristol, Surgical 
Instrument Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the manufacture 
of air-tight bottles, jars, or similar articles." Letters Patent sealed. 

1892. William Augustus Munn, of Throv/ley House, near Feversham, in the 
County of Kent, a Major in the East Kent Regiment of MiUtia, a Deputy Lieutenant 
and Justice of the Peace for the County of Kent, for an invention for — " An improved 
method of constructing railway carriages whereby greater safety is insured m case of 
collision . " Provisional protection only. 

1893. Francis Preston, of the City of Manchester, Mechanical Engineer, and 
William McGregor, of the same place. Mechanic, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in machinery for cutting files." Letters Patent sealed. 

1894. Henry Hood, of the Leeds Iron Works, Leeds, in the County of York, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of railway tyre bars, boiler 
plates, bar iron, and forgings." Letters Patent sealed; no specification filed. 

1895. Louis Felix Henri Droinet, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Engi- 
neer, for an invention for — " Improvements in bearings and packings for rotating 
and reciprocating shafts, the joints of pipes, and other like purposes." 

Provisional protection only. 

1896. Peter Spence, of Pendleton, in the County of Lancaster, Manufacturing 
Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of alum." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1897. James Lewis Figgett, of Missioiiaiy Place, Walworth, in the County of 
Surrey, Surgical Turner, for an invention for — " An improved construction of syringe 
or hand pump." Letters Patent sealed. 

1898. William Clay, of liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Iron and Steel 
Manufacturer, and Edmund Leopold Benzon, of Sheffield, in the County of York, 
Steel Manufacturer, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the manufacture of 
iron and steel." Letters Patent sealed. 

1899. Thomas Knowles, of Gomersal, in the County of York, Machine Maker, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in looms for weaving." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only. 

1900. Albert Baker, of the City of Boston, in the State of Massachusetts, in 
the United States of America, and of 6, Lambeth Road, Southwark, for an invention 
for — " An improved method of and apparatus for submerging or laying under water 
electric cables, wires, or lines, and for the recovery thereof." 

Provisional protection only. 

1901. Francois FRiniRic Delpy, of Paris, France, Jeweller, for an invention 
for — '* Improvement or improvements in metallic stay buses." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1902. George James Walker, of Norton Folgate, in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in funeral carriages." 

Provisional protection only, 

1903. Martin Benson, of Cincinnati, Ohio, United States of America, Mecha- 
nical Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved apparatus for generating steam." — 
A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1904. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of Lon- 
don, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in sewing-machines."— il communication. 

Provisional protection only. 

1905. William Henson, of Ssdnt Just, in the Empire of France, Engineer, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in circular looms or knitting-frames." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1906. Charles Db Jongh, of Lautenbach, near Gwebwiller, in the Empire of 
France, Manufacturer, for an invention for — *' Improvements in machinery for combing 
and heckling fibrous materials." Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANl'ED. 



121 



Laming. 
2l8t August 1858. 



Harrison. 
2l8t August 1858. 

PULS. 

23rd August 185S. 

PuLfl. 

23rd August 1858. 

PiLON. 

23rd August 1858. 



BUONO-CORE. 

23rd August 1858. 



IIlGOINS. 

Brown. 
23rd August 1858. 

Boyle. 
23rd August 1858. 



AVERILL. 

23rd August 1858. 

Jbnckbn. 
23rd August 1858. 

Robinson. 
23rd August 1858. 

IIarpield. 
23rd August 1858. 

Rottmann. 
23rd August 1858. 

SCHRADBR. 

24th August 1858. 

Barlow. 
24th August 1858. 



HiNB. 

Abrahams. 
24th August 1858. 

Wilson. 
21th August 1858. 



1907. Richard Laming, of Haj-ward's Heath, in the County of Sussex, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in jiurifying gases and liquids, in preparing purifj'iiig 
liquids, and in ap])aratus for apportioning or measuring liquids." 

Provisional protection only, 

1008. William Wiie-vtcroft Harrison, of Sheffield, iu the County of York, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — *' An improvement in cruet and liqueur stands." 

Provisional protection only, 

1909. Francis Puls, of Roxburgh Terrace, Havcrstork Hill, in the County of 
Middlesex, Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the distillation of coal." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1910. Francis Puls, of Roxburgh Terrace, Haverstock Hill, in the County of 
Middlesex, Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the distillation of 
bituminous matters and gas tor." Letters Patent sealed. 

1911. Martin Regul Pilon, Citizen of the United States, residing at Aquas 
Calientcs, in Mexico, and actually at Brussels, in the Kingdom of Bcl^fium, Merchant, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture and construction of fire-arms 
and in the means of loading the same." Letters Patent sealed. 

1912. Chrirtoforo Buono-Core, of Naples, and of 45, Essex Street, Strand, 
London, for an invention for — ** A liquid or composition which when apphed to sub- 
stances of any kind will render them fire-proofs or uninflammables." 

Provisional protection only, 

1913. Lewis Higgins, of Jersey City, and Alexander Brown, of New York, 
in the United States of America, Mariners, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
reefing the sails of navigable vessels." Letters Patent sealed. 

1914. Arthur Boyle, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Tool Maker, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of certain parts of umbrellas 
and parasols, and in machinery employed in the said manufacture." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1915. Thomas Averill, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Wholesale 
Tea Dealer, for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in mills for 
grinding." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1916. Henry Diedrich Jencken, of the City of I^ndon, Merchant, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in electric telegraphs." — Partly a communication. 

Provisional protection only, 

1917. John Hunter Robinson, Manager to Grant, Brothers, of Clement's 
Court, in the City of London, Manufeicturers, for an invention for — "An improved 
shirt." Letters Patent sealed, 

1918. William Horatio Harfield, of Fenchurch Street, in the City of 
London, for an invention for — " Improvements in windlasses." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1919. Albert Rottmann, of I^wrence Lane, in the City of London, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in fastenings for bags, porte-monnaies, pocket-books, 
and similar articles." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1920. Carl Adolphe Schrader, of Finsbury Square, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, for an invention for — " An instrument to be used in boring for mining or 
other purjioscs." Provisional protection only, 

1921. Henry Bernoulli Barlow, of the City of Manchester, Patent Agent, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in self-acting lubricators." — A communication 
from David H. Ziegler, of IVinterthur, in the Republic of Smtzerland. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1922. Joseph IIine, and Abraham Abrahams, both of St. John Street Road, 
in the County of Middlesex, Fancy Cabinet Makers, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in book slides or holders." Provisional protection only. 

1923. Henry Wilson, Engineer, in the employment of Powis and James, of 
Watling Street, in the City of London, Engineers, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in the mounting of band saws." "Letters Patent sealed. 



122 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Macintosh. 
24tli August 1858. 



Biggs. 
24th August 1858. 

Barlow. 
25th August 1858. 

Hill. 
25th August 1858. 

Dredgb. 
25th August 1858. 



Brooman. 
25th August 1858. 



Evans. 
26th August 1858. 

Johnson. 
26th August 1858. 



De St. Germain. 
26th August 1858. 



Black. 
26th August 1858. 

COATES. 

26th August 1858. 

RODIER. 

26th August 1858. 

Sautter. 
26th August 1858. 



Graham-Hope. 
27th August 1858. 

Trotman. 
27th August 1858. 

Ellisdon. 
27th August 1858. 

Matley. 
27th August 1858. 



1924. John Macintosh, of North Bank, Regent's Park, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — *' Improvements in insulating telegraphic wires 
or conductors, and in apparatus employed therein, parts of which apparatus is 
applicable to the manufacture of tubes from India-rubber." Letters Patent sealed, 

1926. John Biggs, of the Borough of Leicester, Manufacturer of Hosiery, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of caps resembling in form the 
Turkish Fez." Letters Patent sealed, 

1926. Henry Bernoulli Barlow, of the Cil^ of Manchester, Patent Agent, 
for an invention for — " Certain improvements in machinery for preparing flax, wool, 
and other fibrous materials." — A communication. Provisional protection only, 

1927. Thomas Hill, of Heywood, in the County of Lancaster, Boiler Manufsc- 
tui'cr, for an invention for—" Improvements in machineiy or apparatus for punching 
and shearing metals." Letters Patent sealed. 

1928. James Dredge, of the Parish of Walcot, in the City of Bath, and County 
of Somerset, for an invention for — *' Improvements in condensers for steam-engines, 
and in pumps for working such condensers, or for lifting water from deep mines, and 
for any other use for which pumps are applicable." Letters Patent sealed, 

1929. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the treatment 
of vegetable substances in order to convert the fibrous portions thereof into pulp." — A 
communication from Husson Morel. Letters Patent sealed, 

1980. WiLLiAN Evans, of Sheffield, in the County of York, Engineer Tool Smith, 
for an invention for — '' Improvements in machinery or apparatus for manufacturing 
saw backs." Provisional protection only, 

1981. John Henry Johnson, of 47> Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in bellows." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1982. Comte Camille Cavalli de St. Germain, of Piedmont, Ex-Officier 
d'Artillerie Sarde, and of 32, Essex Street, Strand, London, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in the manufactiu*e of starch." 

Provisional protection not granted, 

1938. James Black, of Edinburgh, Machine Maker, for an invention for — "An 
improved mode or means of obtaining, applying, and transmitting motive-power." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1984. John Coates,' of Lower Shadwell, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus or machinery for obtaining and 
applying motive-power." Letters Patent sealed, 

1985. Samuel Newman Rodier, of 21, Oak Village, St. Pancras, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for regrulating gas." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1986. GusTAVE Maurice Sautter, of No. 14, Boulevart Montmartre, in the 
City of Paris, France, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in tdc- 
graphs." — A communication from Dennis Pierre Rodier, resident at Monteuse, France. 

Provisional protection only, 

1937. David Graham-Hope, of the City of Manchester, Civil Engineer, for 
an invention for — "The improvement of locomotive and other steam-engines." 

Provisional protection only. 

1938. Thomas Trotman, of 253, Albany Road, Camberwdl, in the County of 
Surrey, Pin Maker, for an invention for — *' Improvements in hab* pins." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1939. Joseph Ellisdon, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Designer and 
Cabinet Maker, for an invention for — *' Improvements applicable to reading chairs 
and other articles used to sit or recline upon." Letters Patent sealed, 

1940. Francis Matley, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Artist, for an inven- 
tion for — ^* Certain improvements in apparatus for regulating the flow of gaa and for 
improving its illuminating power." — A communication. Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPUED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



]23 



Clark. 
2"th AugDst 1858. 



Em ON. 
27th AuKust IB68. 

Hart. 
2iik AuguA 1858. 

2/th ADgiul 18AS, 

N«wTOW. 
2rih AuKuat [858. 



Nkwton. 
S7lh Augujt 1858. 



FOWLBB. 
BtBTON, 

27th August 1858. 



Kniobt. 

27th Aogtut 1856. 

Irblamd. 
S8th August 1858, 

Whitk. 

28th Augurt 1S68. 

FOSTSR. 

28Ui Auguit 1858. 



S8th Angnit 1858. 



Brabazon. 

28th Aopirt 1858. 



1941. WiLWAM SrETTtNiuH Clark, of Banbury, in the County of Oxford, for 
an invention for—" Improvementa in reeBng or furling saiU from the deck of 
veMe\»."—A rommwieationfrom Ltmia B. n'aieiaan, of the CUy of Ballimore, Uaited 
Stairs. Proeiiional protection only. 

1843. William Ekson, of Cheltenbam. in the County of CloueestCT, Bnjpneer. 
for an invention for—" Improvements in wet gas meten." Ixtleri Patent statrd. 

1943. Herbert William Hart, of No. 6!l, Fleet StrMt, Gaa EnKineer, for an 

invention for — " Iraprovfinents in the application of gas to ebnncleliera." 

heltm Palml $faled. 

1044. Frederick John Evans, of the Chartered Gaa Works, Horscferry Boad, 
Weshninster, Enpneer, for an invention for— "An improvement npplieable togas 
purifying." Ja-ltrrs Palait aeatrd. 

1M6. Alfred Vincent Nbwton, of the Office for Patents, 6fi, Chancery Ijine, 
in the County of MitlJjesex, Mechanical Draugbtaraan, for an invention for — " Im- 
proved muobincry for sorting silk or other thread according to its aize or thickneaa." 
— A communication. Leiler* Patent sealed. 

1948. William Edwaru Nbwton. of the Office for Pnlcnta, Cfi, Chancery 
Lane, in the County of Middlcsrji, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — '" Improve- 
ments applicable to vrssels employed in the manufacture of gloss or the melting of 
vitreous substances." — A ctimmunicalioft. hellern Patent sealed. 

1947. William Krmpb, of Hollicck Mills, Leeds, for an invention for— "Im- 
provements in apparatus uaeil for winding woollen and other fabrica on rollers in 
order to such fabrics being boiled or faced when on the rollers." 

Letter* Patent tealed. 

1B48. John Fowler. Junior, of Cornhill, in the City of London, and Robrrt 
Burton, of Kingaland Roac], in the County of Middleacx, for an invention for — 

" Imjirovementa in the construction anil arrangement of locomotive and other car- 
riages, to facilitate their movement on common roada and other surfaces," 

Letters Patent sealed. 



1949. Rici 

or — " Improi 



viouT, of Foster Lane, in the Ci^ of London, for an invention 
n apparatus fur aerating liquids." Letters Patent sealed. 



1860. Jonathan Ireland, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Foundry Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in cupola funuoeti." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1961. Geobgk Wiiitr, of 34, Dowgate Hill, Cannon Street, in the City of 
London, for an invention for — " -Ambulatory furniture for ajiartmcnts." — A com- 
munication from Mr. Von Mannslein, of Vienna, Austria. Letters Patent sealed. 



18Sa. WiL 
York, Spinnc 
manufacture o 



1863. I 



lAM Fobtrr. of Black Dike Mills, neat Bradford, in the County of 
and Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the 
production of fabrics knowu as fancy morcena." 

Prorisional protection onlf. 

Georoe Coode, of the City of Westminster, Barrister at l^w, for an 
for — " Improvements in the adjustment of hone in machinffl for distributing 
liquid manure and other liquids over land, also for an impru\'cd method of and 
apparatus for manufacturing the huse to be used with such machines or otherwise, 
and for gathering and puckering cani'ss, linen, leather, and other textile and mem- 
braneous substances." Proeiiional protection only. 

1854. Jamrs Di;pr£ Brabazon, of Lane's HottJ. St. Alban's Pbce, Haymarket, 
Esquire, for an invention for — " Improvements in giving motion by sails tii screw and 
other propellers of ships and vessels." Iietters Patent tealed. 

1866. Geobce Weedok, of No. 41. Poland Street, in the County of Middleaci, 
and David William Rice, of No. 1, New Rood, Wooluioh, in the County of Kent, 
for an invention for — " .\n improved knife and fork cleaning raochine. port of which 
is applicable to other purposes." Letters Patent sealed. 




124 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Brignoles. 
30th August 1858. 



Platt. 
Hartley. 
30th August 1858. 

Massey. 
30th August 1858. 

Brazil. 

M"KlNNELL. 

30th August 1858. 

Davies. 
30th August 1853. 



Brazil. 

M'^KlNNELL. 

30th August 1858. 

Hanson. 
30th August 1858. 

OXLEY. 

30th August 1858. 

Jones. 
30th August 1858. 

Clark. 

Braithwaite. 
Preece. 
30th August 1853. 

Lindner. 
30th August 1858. 

WlART. 

30th August 1858. 

Harding. 
30th August 1858. 

Johnson. 
30th August 1858. 



Spary. 
3l8t August 1858. 



1868. Francois Brignoles, of 58, Torrington Square, hi the County of Mid- 
dlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for the disinfection and 
rectification of bad tasted alcohols, by the separation of the essential oils from the 
alcoholic exhalations." — A communication from St. Cyr Prieur, resident at Avignon, in 
the Empire of France. Provisional protection only. 

1857. John Platt, of Oldham, in the County of Lancaster, Mechanical Engineer, 
and Edmund Hartley, of the same place, Meclianical Engineer, for an invention 
for — ** Improvements in certain parts of machinery for preparing and spinning cotton 
dnd other fibrous materials." Provisional protection only. 

1858. Edward Massey, of Tysoe Street, Clerkenwell, in the County of Middle- 
sex, Ships' Log Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in ships* logs." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1858. John Brazil, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Calico Printer, 
and Joseph M'Kinnell, of the same place. Calico Printer, for an invention for — 
" An improved method of indigo blue dyeing." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1880. George Davies, of No. 1, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the County of 
Middlesex, and No. 28, St. Enoch Square, in the City of Glasgow, Ci^^l Engineer 
and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in billiard tables and cues." 
— A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

1861. John Brazil, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Calico Printer, 
and Joseph M'Kinnell, of the same place. Calico Printer, for an invention for — 
** An improved method of indigo blue dyeing." Letters Patent sealed. 



1862. Benjamin Hanson, of Paddock, near Huddersfield, in the County of York, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — "Improvements in means and apparatus for 
sizing and drying woollen yams for warps." Provisional protection only. 

1863. John Oxley, of Camden Town, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
baths." Letters Patent sealed. 

1864. Griffith Jonrs, of Bangor Wharf, Pimlico, in the County of Middlesex, 
Slate Merchant, for an invention for — " Securing joints in slate ridge roll." 

Letters Patent scaled, 

1866. JosiAH Latimer Clark, of Adelaide Road, in the County of Middlesex, 
Cinl Engineer, Frederick Braithv^taite, of Bridge Street^ in the City of West- 
minster, Civil Engineer, and George Edv^tard Preece, of Bernard Street, in the 
County of Middlesex, Electrician, for an invention for — *' Improvements in telegraph 
cables." Letters Patent sealed. 

1866. Edward Lindner, of New York, in the United States of America^ En- 
gineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in breech-loading fire-anns and ordnance, 
and in cartridges." Letters Patent sealed. 



1867. Leopold Wiart, of Cambrai, in the Empve of France, Civil Engineer, for 
an invention for — ''An improved mode of generating steam or heating water or 
liquids." Letters Patent sealed. 



1868. Thomas Richards Harding, of Leeds, in the County of York, 
Machinist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the method of making straight 
or circular combs for flax, wool, or silk machinery." Provisional protection only. 

1868. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 16G, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — '* Improvements in the construction of governors 
or regulators for steam-engines." — A communication from IVilliam W. W. Wood, and 
John Rice, both of the City of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, United States of 
America, Letters Patent sealed, 

1870. Edward Spary, of Queen's Graperies, Park Street, Brighton, in the 
County of Sussex, Nurseryman and Florist, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in fumigators." Letters Patent sealed. 



31st Aiiftust IS58. 



AVCKVOUBK. 

3Ut Augiut 185^. 



Stonkiiam. 
31st August 1S6U. 



Hbywoiith. 

Hkywohtm. 

3Ut AuKUit 1S58. 



3lit August 1& 



NiWTos. 
aiat August 1U58. 



RosB. 
aUt August 185S. 



PiTKSALL. 

Ut Seiitember IS5S. 



lit September 1858, 



lit Septembei ll^. 



1671. Marc Antoive Francois M 
Offices, li'J, Rue dc I'Echiquier, Paria, in 
— " Improvements in sujiports of rails ft 



ENNONS, of the Britbh uid Foreign Patent 

I the Empire of Franc«, for an itirention for 

>r railways." — A commanication. 

Coa^kle specificatioa ; Leileri Patent staled. 

197S. Marc Antoine Fran-i;oi!I Mennonr, ot the British and Foreign Patent 

Offices, 3!), Rue de I'Echiquier, Poris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for 

— " ImproTcd apparatus for the elei'ation of liquids." — A commuaicol'ton. 

pTOtUional pratectioH only. 

1B73. Marc Antoinb Fran^'ois MENNONg, of the British and Foreign Patent 

Offices, 39, Rue de PEchiquicr, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for 

~ An imjiroved apparatus for mounting the driving bands of machinery in move* 

mcnt." — A eommunKation. Lellert Fatmt sealed. 



1874. Fbbdkrick Ayckbourn, of Lyon's Inn, Strand, Gentleman, for au inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in the construction of beds and other articles for sitting or 
reclining upon," Provisional protection only. 

1976. James Stoxeham, of Audenshaw, near Manchester, in the County of 
Lancaster, for an invention for—" Improvements in cleaning and treating cotton and 
n'oollcn waste or other fibrous materials, and in extracting oil or grease therefrom." 

Provisional protection only. 
1878. U.VNtKL Heyworth, Manaffer, Featherstall Mill, Littleborough, in the 
County of Lancaster, and John Hbywortii, Manager, Prospect Mill, Hebden 
Uridt;e, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, for on invention fur^ — " Cert^n improve- 
ments in looms fur weaving." Letters Patent sealed. 

1977. John Hbnry Johsbov, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of IGfi, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britun, 
Gentleman, fur an invention for—" Improvements in the prevention of steam-boiler 
explosions." — A comaainicatian fi-oa Jane H. Lioyd, George T. Parry, and Henry D. 
lieylard, all a/ the City of Philadelj/kia, Slate of Pennsylvania, United State* q/" 
America. Letters Patent sealed. 

1978. Alfred Viscent Newtos, of the Office for Patents, C6, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for— "An 
improvement in gas burners."— .4 communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1878. William Rose, of Hales Owen, in the County of Worcester, Gun Baml 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in piling or 
combining metals to be used in the manufacture of arms and cutlery and for other 
similar purposes." Letters Patent sealed. 

1880. Alfred Vincent Nkwton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, fur an invention for — " Im- 
proi-ements in air engines." — A communiealion. Letters Patent sealed. 

1981. Philip Davies MARuEssoy.of Woolwich, in the County of Kent. Captain, 
Royal Artillery, for an invention for — " Improvements in treating augsj canca and 
other eanea containing saccharine matter, in the prepustiun of food for animals, also 
in manufacturing sugar and worts or wash for breiving, diatilling, and vinegar 
making, and in applying the resulting fibre in tlie ntonuracturc of paper." 

Lexers Patent sealed. 

1882. William Plkbali., of Number 22, ^VTiiltall Street, Birmingham, in the 
County of Warwick, Percusaiou Cap Manufacturer, for an invention for—" Improve- 
ments in the manufacture of percussion caps." Promaotai protection only. 

1883. William Phelps, of Red Lion Sijuare, in the County of Middlesex, Gen- 
tleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in wet gas meters." — A eommunieation 
from H. P. Geagembre, of Rock Island, Illinois, in the United States o/AmfHca. 

Provisional protection only. 



. Wu 



4 Hoi 



Fitter, for an invention for 
be used therewith." 



, of No. 1S»G, Piccadilly, in the County of MidiUesei, Shop 

— " Improvements in ordnance and warlike projertilea to 

Letters Patent scided and i^teifieatUmfled, £jr order. 



126 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Slopbr. 
Ist September 1858. 



Jennings. 
1st September 1858. 



Warne. 

1st September 1858. 



Newton. 
1st September 1858. 



Newton. 
Ist September 1858. 



Newton. 

Ist September 1858. 

Laino. 

1st September 1858. 

Walker. 
Barnes. 

2nd September 1858. 

Price. 
Dawes. 
2nd September 1858. 

Bleaklbt. 
2nd September 1858. 

Pitman. 
2nd September 1858. 



WiNSTONE. 

2nd September 1858. 

Bellanobr. 
3rd September 1858. 

Robertson. 
3rd September 1858. 

Harkbs. 

3rd September 1858. 

Cocker. 
3rd September 1858. 



1985. Joseph Slopbr, of 215, Oxford Street, in the County of Middlesex, Builder 
and Decorator, for an invention for — " Improved means of and apparatus for indelibly 
crossing or marking bankers' checques, drafts, documents, or other things, with a view 
of preventing erasures or fraudulent dealings therewith." Letters Patent sealed. 

1986. Henry Constantine Jennings, of 8, Great Tower Street, in the City of 
London, Practical Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufkcture 
of artificial parchment and converting the same into leather." 

Provisional protection only. 

1987. William Warne, of Tottenham, in the County of Middlesex, India-Rubber 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the construction of elastic 
pavements, and linings for walls, and in the manufacture of elastic mats, brushes, 
and pads for packing furniture." Letters Patent sealed, 

1988. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Ini- 
provements in the manufacture of alumina." — A communication from M, U ChateHer, 
Mining Engineer, residing at Paris, in the Empire of France. Letters Patent sealed. 

1989. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, &6, Chanoeiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in the construction of locks for doors, safes, and other purposes." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1990. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in 
springs for carriages and other purposes." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1991. Samuel Lai no, of Mill Wall, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in the apparatus employed in the manufacture of gas." 

Provisional protection only, 

1992. Joseph Walker, and James Barnes, of Oakenshaw, in the County of 
Lancaster, Waterproof Cloth Manufacturers, for an invention for — '' Improvements in 
blankets and lappings for machine and block printing and other similar purposes." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

1993. George Price, of Wolverhampton, in the County of Stafford, Iron Safe 
Manufacturer, and William Dawes, of Wolverhampton, aforesaid, Enginer*, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in steam-engines, steam-boilers, and apparatus con- 
nected therewith." Letters Patent sealed, 

1994. James Bleakley, of Accrington, in the County of Lancaster, Machinist, 
for an invention for — *' Improvements in apparatus for communicating between the 
guard and engine driver of railway trains." Letters Patent sealed, 

1995. John Talbot Pitman, of the American and European Patent Offices, 
67, Gracechurch Street, London, for an invention for — " An improvement or improve- 
ments in the construction of pneumatic condensing apparatus for the purpose of coin« 
pressing air, aeriform or gaseous bodies, preparatory to their use as prime motors or 
for other purposes." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

1996. Benjamin Winstone, of No. 100, Shoe Lane, London, Printing Ink, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — "An improvement in the composition of copying 
and writing inks." Provisional protection only, 

1997. Jean Marie Bellanobr, of No. 41, Rue de Trevise, in the City of Paris, 
France, Shoemaker, for an invention for — " Caoutchouc socks or clogs with springs 
and without bridles." Letters Patent sealed, 

1998. James Robertson, of Ghisgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in driving belts and springs." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

1999. William Harkbs, of Lostock Gralam, in the County of Chester, Agricul- 
tural Implement Maker, for an invention for — " An improved plough and pulveriser." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2000. Elias Cocker, of Newton Heath, near Manchester, in the County of 
Lancaster, Mill Manager, for an invention for — '' An improvement or improvements 
in machinery for spinning^ twisting or doubling cotton, flax, silk, wool, or other fibrous 
materials." Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENl^ APPLiaO FOft AND PAT^4TS GRANTED. 



3rd Se]>UEaberl85l^. 

Bkoouan. 
3r<I September 1858. 

Guv*. 

4th September 186S. 

La VIS, 
4th September 1B&8. 

Bkooman. 
4th September ItW. 



Child. 
4th September 1859. 

PiceoTT. 
Bearomore. 
4th September 183H. 

Andhrw. 
4th September 1S58. 

Nkwton. 
4th September 1858. 



4th September 1858. 



4th September 1858. 



Waubvuton. 
6th September 1858. 



BSAHDMOBS. 

Gth September 1S58. 



6th September ll 



Watson. 
-fith September ll 



aOOl. GeohueTo 
County of Surrey, for 



lELi), of LoufthboroUf{h Park, Uri.tton, in the 

— " ImprovemcDta in knittirig-raachinery." — A 

hrllcTx Patent teakd. 



2003, RicHABD Archidald Bbooman, of lfi6. Fleet Sirect, in the City of Lon- 
don, E.C., P&tent Agent, for an ini-ention for — " An improved apparatus for support- 
ing the skirts of ladies' dresses."— .-1 communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

SOOS. August Guyb. of Clerkcnwell, in the County of Middlesei;, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in the esrajiement of chronometers and watt^hes." 

Lettert Patent tealed. 

2004. Rins Prospkk Lavie, of the City of P.u;is,intbe Kingdom of France, for 
im invention for — "Improvements in mills." Provitional protection on/y. 



SOOS. Richard Archibald BRaoMA> 

London, E.G., Patent Agent, for an inii 
receiving, conttuning, and delivering liquids.' 
of Parii. 



of IGi;, Fleet Street, in the City of 

ition for — " Improved appanituseB for 

— A commanicalum from J. C. J. L'H&e, 

Lettert Patent sealed. 



2008. William Henry Chi 
dleaex, Brush Manufacturer, for a 
b rushes, " 



, of Provlileoce Row. ii 
invention for — " Improve; 



the County of Mid- 
lenta in hur and akin 
Letters Pa'eitl sealed. 



AM Peter Picjcott. of No, IC, Argyle Street, Regent Street, Lon- 
Mus Beahdmure, of No. 37. Upper Berkeley Street West, London, 
for — " Improvements in vinous and fermented Uquora." 

Letters Patent iraled. 
2008. David Andrew, of Greenock, in the County of Renfrew, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " linprovementa in apparatus for obtuning motive- 
power," Letters Patent sealed. 
2O00. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 6fi, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Midiltesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — "An 
improvement in fire-arms."— J comtnuaicalioti. Provitional protection onlg, 

2010. Hiram Hyde, of Truro, Nova Scotia, Gentleman, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in the coDslructioii of carriage apringB." — A communicalion. 

Letters Patent staled. 

2011. Arthlr Hills, of Blackheath. in the County of Kent, GpnUeman, for an 
invention for — " A method or methods for the better securing the integrity or 
genuineness of bankers' checques or orders for money." Pronisitmal protection onlif. 

2012. Thomas Warbubtok. of Astley, near the City of Manchester. Manager, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for preparing cotton and other 
fibrous materials, and for doubling yam." Provisional prolrelioa onh/. 

2013. Stanislas IIoca. of No, 1-1, Nassau Street. Middlesex Hospital, London, 
William Peter Piqoott, of No, l(i, Argyle Street, Ref(ent Street, London, and 
Septimus BEAnnMoRK, of No. 37, Upper Berkeley Street West, London, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in submarine electric telegraphs." 

Letters Patent sealed; no tpeeificationfiUd. 

2014. John Fiblden, of Woodsbade, near Todmorden, in the County of Lsd- 
caater. Machine Manufacturer, for an invention for — "An improvement or improve- 
ments in the construction or building of cops, whether of cotton, flax, silk, wool, or 
Other fibrous materials, and also for certain utensils thereunto conducing or belonging." 

Irf((rrs Patent sealed. 

2016. John Rahsbottom, of Accrington, in the County of lAncatter, Engineer, 
andTuoMAH Watson, of Baxcnden, in the said County, Overlooker, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for weaving." 

Provisional protection onljf. 

aOie. Richard Archibald Bbooman. of lad. Fleet Street, in the City of Lon- 
don, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, fur an invention 
for — " Improvements in printing or marking words or figures on papers, parcels. 
books, pages, tickets, and other articles requiring to be marked, printed, stamped, or 
addressed."— ,J commanicalion. Letters Patent sealed. 



I 



128 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



D18TIN. 
6ih September 1858. 



Shanks. 
7th September 1858. 

ClIAMPNESS. 

7th September 1858. 



Fyfe. 

7th September 1858. 

FULLWOOD. 

7th September 1858. 

BU88EY. 

7th September 1858. 



Tucker. 
7th September 1858. 

Brind. 
7th September 1858. 

Larsonnier. 
Blanche. 
7th September 1858. 

Pellissibr. 

puytorac. 

7th September 1858. 

HOCKIN. 

8th September 1858. 

R08TRON. 
8th September 1858. 

Butler. 

8th September 1858. 

DlCKSQN. 

8th September 1858. 



Lamb. 
White. 
8th September 1858. 

Parsons. 
8th September 1858. 



Bartholomew. 
Bell. 
8th September 1B58. 



2017. Henry John Distin, of No. 9, Great Newport Street, Ldoester Square, 
in the County of Middlesex, Musical Instrument Manufieusturer, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in comets and other musical wind instruments.'* 

Letters Patent teoML 

2018. Jambs Shanks, of St. Helen's, in the County of Lancaster, Manu&cturing 
Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of chlorine.'' 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2019. William Swain Champness, of 10, Osbom Terrace, Clapham Road, 
Surrey, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in syiinges for male and 
female use." Provisional protection on/jr. 

2020. James Fyfe, of Greenock, in the County of Renfrew, North Britain, Brass 
Founder, for an invention for — '' Improvements in stop cocks or valves." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2021. Edward Fullwood, of Queen's Square, Bristol, in the County of Glou- 
cester, Cement Manufacturer, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the manu- 
facture of cements." Provisional protection onlg, 

2022. George Gibson Bussey, of No. 12, Arthur Street, New Oxford Street, 
in the County of Middlesex, Manufacturer of Leather Goods in general, for an inven- 
tion for — " Holding and carr}'ing cartridges." 

Cctnplete specification; Protection for Six months only, 

2028. William Tucker, of the State of Rhode Island, of the United States of 
America, for an invention for — *' An improved variable boring bit." 

Complete specification : Letters Patent sealed, 

2024. Frederick William Brind, of 14, Devonshire Street, Bishopsgate, in 
the City of London, Wine Merchant, for an invention for — " Improvements in sew- 
ing-machines." — A communication. Liters Patent sealed, 

2025. Gustav Larsonnier, of Paris (France), Manufacturer, and Augusts 
Blanche, of Paris, France, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — ^" Improvements 
in block-printing by hand, on tissues, paper, or other suitable fabrics." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2026. Louis Pellissier, Mechanician, and Jean Puytorac, Bailiff, both of 
Bordeaux, France, for an invention for — *' Improvements in railway breaks." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2027. Bartholomew Hockin, of Gateshead Iron Works, Gateshead-on-iyne, 
for an invention for — " Apparatus for repairing and fitting dock gates and their ma^ 
chinery." Letters Patent sealed, 

2028. James Rothwell Rostron, of Edenfield, in the Counly of Lancaster, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " An improved press for packing or pressing wool 
and other materials." Provisional protection only, 

2029. John Octavius Butler, of Kirkstall Forge, near Leeds, in the County of 
York, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in weighing-cranes." — A com- 
munication. Provisional protection only, 

2030. John Farmerley Dickson, of No. 6, Russell Street, litchurch, near 
Derby, in the County of Derby, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
the construction of taps, cocks, valves, hydrants, and other apparatus for regulatiiig 
the flow of water and other fluids." Provisional protection only, 

2081. Andrew Lamb, of Southampton, and John White, of Cowes,foran 
invention for — *' Improvements in life boats." Letters Patent sealed. 

2082. William Parsons, of Pratt Street, Lambeth, Manufacturing Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus to be applied to steam-boilers in 
order to keep the surfaces of the tubular flues free from incrustation." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2088. Charles Bartholomew, of Rotherham, and John Bell, of Swinton, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in pistons and safety valve levers of steam and 
other engines." Provisional protediom only. 



Parsonb. 
3 September \S5^. 



Fabsslbb-Pbtzi. 
«th September 1S58. 



[) September ld5S, 



Pbtkiis. 
1 September 185!4. 



Newbbbkv. 
^ September ISS^. 



9th September ISof. 



Pbihlky. 
-Mt September 1858. 



Row LBV. 

9th September ttioS. 



'%h September Ift').**. 



PHi September l(*5rt. 



Jhh SepbemlMT 1858. 

Tim MS. 
»th September IP3H. 

Wbicht. 

Wrioiit. 

9th Septtmbcr It^jd. 



NiNMO. 

September 1859. 



Baader. 
b September 1838, 



Clahk. 

September 1958. 



PATENT.S APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



I Parsonb, of Prntt Street, Lambeth, Manuratrturiag Eagineer, 
— " Improvements in aafetj vHvea of rtBttm-bmlers." 

Jjfttera Falnl staled. 






wild siUta." 



I Ulrich Faksblkr-Petzi, of Ljons, in the Empire of Franw, 
n invEiition for — " An improved procew for the boiling off of Tussah 



Ltttrra Patent sealed. 



a038. Richard Archibald Brooman, of ie6. Fleet Street, in the Citj of 
London. E.C, Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improvement in the pre- 
paration of sulphate of ijuinine."— .4 rommunicatirm from P. G. Barry. 

Prtminoaal protection onti/. 

aOS7. Alehandkr M'Ewan Petbbh, of Edinburgh, in the County of Mid- 
lothian, North Briton, Plumber, for an invention for — " Imjirovemeiita in apparatus 
for regulating the flow or pa^aage of fluids." . Letters Patent sealed. 

2038. John G(;ktavl's Nrwberrv, Iron Founder, Cardiff, County of GlamoFgaiT, 

for an invention for — " An improved machine for tupping nuts, bolts, and acrewB, 
and other similar purposca." Letters Patent seated. 

203B. Jozfi Li:ifl, Patent Agent, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Squaw. 
London, in the County of Middlesen, for an invention for — " An improved life 
preserver raft of buoyant matreas," — A eommanication. Prorisional protection only. 

3040, Wii-tiAU Pbihlrv, residing at No. 7, Toivnley Place, Biandou Street, 
Walivorth, in the Parish of Nenington, in the County of Surry, for an invention for — 
" Advertising by day or night." Letters Patent sealed. 

3041, John Rowlet, of Groavenor Tcrraee, Cambcrvvell, in the County of 
Surrey, for an invention for — " A new compound material applicable as a substitute 
for leather and leather-cloth in the manufacture of various useful and oniamental 
articles." Jjelters Patent sealed, 

3042, William Taylor, of Nursling, in the County of Hants, Gentleman, anj 
Peter Absalom Baduk, of the same place. Gentleman, for an invention fo^^ 
" An improi'ed apparatus for pro]>«lling ahipa or other navigable vessela through 
water." Proeisional prolertion on/y. 

9043. CoNBTA:iTiNB Nicolauh KoTrrLA, of Liverpool, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Soap Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture 

of grease for lubricating purpoaes." Ijelters Patent seated, 

S044. James Tatlow, of Wirks worth, in the Couitty of Derby, Manu&cturer, 
and Henry Hodgkinson, of the same place. Engineer, for an invention for — 
'■ Improvements in railway breaks," Letters Patent sealed. 

204B. Thomas Timms, of 1, Skelton Street, Greenwich, in the County of Kent. 
Coachman, for an invention for — " Improvements in bits." Ijelters Patent sealed. 

204B. JosKPH Wbigkt, Senior, and Josbpii Wright, Junior, of 6, Market 
Terrace, Caledonian Road, Islington, in the County of Middlesex, Eyelet and 
Punching Machine Manufacturers, for an invention foi^— " Improvements in ma- 
chinery and apparatus used for preparing fabrics or materials to receive eyelet hole* 
or fastenlnga, and fixing eyelet holes, and in fastenings for stays and other articles." 

Letters Patent sealed. 
2047. William Nimmo, of Manchester, Cotton Spinner and Manufacturer, fur 
an invention for — " Improvements in weaving checks in power looms." 

Protisional protection onfj, 
8048. Anobkw Baadeb, Junior, of Mittenwald on the Isar, Bavaiia, fur an 
invention for — '' Improveroenta in the prtparutiou of lubricating compounds." 

Provisional protection onlf. 

3049. William CLAftic, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex. En- 
gineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for—" Improvements in materials for 
dyeing and printing," — A communicatiott from Professor Frederic Kuklmann, of Lilt*, 
in the Empire of Franre. Provisional prolectitm mJji. 



130 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Chester. 

10th September 1858. 



Parker. 

10th September 1858 

Knowlbs. 
10th September 1858. 

KOENIG. 

lOth September 1858. 

Johnson. 
lOth September 1858. 



Johnson. 

10th September 1858. 

De Massas. 

10th September 1858. 



Newton. 
lOthSeptember 1858. 

Cheetham. 

lOthSeptember 1858. 



Toshach. 
lOthSeptember 1858. 

Journet. 
nth September 1858. 

Hill. 
nth September 1858. 

Baker. 

11th September 1858. 

Giesders. 
11th September 1858. 

COURTAULD. 

11th September 1858. 



Page. 
nth September 1858. 

HiNKS. 

11th September 1858. 



2050. Joseph Lemuel Chester, of the City of Philadelphia, State of Penn- 
sylvania, one of the United States of America, for an invention for — '' Improvemeiits 
in self-priming apparatus for fire-arms, and in the preparation of percussion primers 
to be used therewith." — Partly a commufdcaium fiim a Foreigner residing ta the 
United States of America, Letters Patent sealed, 

2051. John Parker, of Bradford, in the County of York, for an invention for— 
*' Improvements in steam-boilers." Provisional protection only. 

2052. John Knowles, of Bolton-le-Moors, in the County of Lancaster, Cotton 
Spinner, for an invention for — '' Certain improvements in madiinery for preparing 
cotton and other fibrous materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

2058. Jean Prosper Koenio, of the Rue de FLeams, Paris, in the Empire of 
France, for an invention for — *' Improvements in a snrs^cal iutniment caUed a 
pneumatic catheter." Letters Patent sealed. 

2054. John Henry Johnson, of, 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow; North Britam, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — *' Improvements in jacquard machines." — A com- 
munication from Michel Bouteille, resident at Paris, in the Empire of France, 

Provisional protection only. 

2055. Francis William Jambs Johnson, of London, m the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — '' Improved means of oommunicating between the 
passengers, guard, and engine driver on railway trains." Provisional protection only. 

2056. Francois Antoinb Edmond Guironnbt dx Mamas, of Genard 

Street, in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — *' An im- 
proved machine for decorticating and cleaning grain and seeds." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2057. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, ^, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " An improve- 
ment in water-wheels." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

2058. David Cheetham, of Rochdale, in the County of Lancaster, Mechanist, 
for an invention for—'* Improvements in machinery or apparatus for preparing for 
spinning and spinning cotton wool and other fibrous materials." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2059. William Toshach, of the Railway Works, Bristol Road, Gloucester, in 
the County of Gloucester, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in pile- 
driving machines." Letters Patent sealed. 

2060. Pierre Journet, of Paris (France), Mechanician, for an invention for— 
" An improved toy." Provisional protection only. 

2061. Laurence Hill, of Port Glasgow, in the County of Renfrew, North 
Britain, Iron Ship Builder, for an invention for — *' Improvements in apparatus for 
lowering or paying out ships' chains and anchors." Letters Patent sealed. 

2062. William Baker, of the Town and County of Kingston-upon-Hull, 
Merchant and Cattle Food ManufSetcturer, for an invention for — ''Improvements in 
preparing food." Provisional protection only. 

2068. Frederick Giesbers, of the Great Central Gas Works, Bow Common, in 
the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
the manufacture of coke." Provisional protection only. 

2064. John Minton Courtauld, of the firm of Samuel Courtauld and Com- 
pany, of Braintree, in the County of Essex, Crape Manufacturers, for an invention for 
— ''An improvement in clearing and preparing silk crapes, aerophanes, and other 
like fabrics, lisses, and other gauzes, and lace, and in machinery employed therem." 

Letters Patent sealed 

2065. Henry Page, of Whitechapel, in the County of Middlesex, Glass 
Merchant, for an invention for — "An improved crown or round glass, and appa- 
ratus for manufacturing the same." Letters Patent sealed. 

2066. Joseph Lester Hinks, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** A new or improved tap or cock for drawing off 
and filtering liquids." Letters Patent sealed. 



llth September 1 858. 



Manning. 
11th September 1858. 



llthSeplemberl858. 

„ GoeBAGC. 

^Ith September 1858. 

TlIOUflON. 

I3th September 1858. 



Flag I 
ISOi September 1856. 



n:)tbSe]>terab(*1K56. 



HARBUItY. 

H3thSeptembert85a 



13th September 185CI. 
.JJtli September 1866. 

TowBLL. 
^thSepUmhcrieSS. 

Rkdpath. 
<l-ltfa Septerobw lt'fi8. 

Riutv. 

14tfa Seiitcntbs lt«58. 

ViOIK. 

>]4tliScpUiiibefl858. 



^^^ LuiB. 

k^ September 18^, 

Lris. 
14th Septembrrlf aH. 



PATENTS APPLIP:D FOR AND PATENTS C;R,\NTED. 131 

2067. Henry Wikofp, of HoU; Lodge, Kensington Gore, in the County nf 
Middlesex, Esquire, for an indention for — *' A new tome medicine tttt the cure Cf 
cougha and diseasea of the cheat. "^J communicalion. Procisional jirolerHon onhj. 

aoes, William Hksry Manmno, of Devizes, in the County of Wiltshire. 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in candlesticks or holders," 

Letters Patmt seahii. 

2069. Lbokard Kaushrv, of llochdaJe, in the County of Lancaster, Manager, 
and TuoMAs Mitchell, of the same place, Manager, for em iiiveution for — " Im- 
provements in machinery or Bppamtus for preparing for apimiing and spinning cotton 
wool and other fibroni materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

8070. William Gobsaqb, of Widnes, in the County of Lancaster, Cliumisl, tor 
an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of goda and )tofaah." 

Provisional protection onli/. 

2071. Willi A.M TiiOMSOS.of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
CommiBsion Apfcnt, for an invention for — " Improvements in bleaching yam, wwiis. 
or similar materials," Jiettm Patent tealetl. 

S07S, Gi'BTAVB Flaobollkt, Manufacturer, at Vagney, Ucpartement de Vosgeg. 
French Empire, for an invention for — " Improvements in self-acting mules," 

Frovitionol protection only. 

S073, Jban Bai-tistb Aoolphe Ducler^, of Paris, in the Empire of France, 
for an invention for — " A new method of separating solida from Iii]uida, for disin- 
fecting purposes." ProririoMaI/iro/*ctio« only. 

2074. Charlea William Sibhbnb, of John Street, Adelphi, in the County of 
Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improveraent» in refrigerators and 
in the treatment of the freezing or cooling material or materials used thereH'ith." 

Letters Patent seated. 

S07fi. Sampson Hanbl'rv, of the Birmingham Patent Iron and Dram Tube 
Company, of Smethwtck, in the County of Stafford, Manufacturer, for an invenljoafur 
— " An improvement in the manufacture of tubes of copper, brass, and other metals." 

Leilers Patent sealed. 

2076. Robert Frost, of the Steam Mills, Chester, and Arthur Rigq. of the 
Parkgate Road, Chester, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for 
denning grain or set'da and bran." Letters Patent sealed. 

2077. Joshua Titrskr, of Gresham Street, in the City of London, Hatter, for 
an invention for — *' Improvements in the manufacture of hats." 

Letierg Patent sealed. 

2078. John William Towell, nf Regent Street, in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — "An irajiroved helmet." Proririonai profec/ion only. 

2070. t'HRisTQPKBH Jaueb Rbdpatii, of limebousc, in the Couuty of Middle- 
aex, Engineer, for an invention far — " Improvements in ships' and other pumps." 

Letters Patent seeled. 

2060. William Riley, of Bradford, in the County of Yorkshire, Overlooker, for 

an invention for — " Certun improvement« in looms." Letters Patent sealed. 

2081. Lltcien ViDiE, of Paris, in the Empire of France, and 4, South Street, 
Fuubury, London, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Imjiroveraenta in apparatus 
fur measuring the pressure of fluids by the flexion of diaphragms." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2082. Jozfi Luis, Patent Agent, of No. la. Welheck Street, Cavendish Square, 
in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Coke and gas kilns." — A comntii- 
nicafion. Letters Patent feaUd. 

2063. JozE Luis, Patent Agent, of No. In, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for— " A new syattui of 
moulding without foundry pattern." — A comtnvniealion. 

Complete tpeeification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

2084. William Jbnninos Hoyle, of Iluddersfield, m the Coiirly of York, 

and Richard Howson, of the Town and County of Lancnsler, Engineers, for an 

^vcntioii for — " Improvements in arrangetnents and mechanism or Bp|>Bralu« for 

ignalling by sound." Prorisional prcttclivn (mlg. 



4 



132 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Grimes. 

14th September 1858. 

Lakix. 
Wain. 

14th September 1858. 

Bastable. 
14th September 1858. 

Massia. 

14th September 1858. 

Cochrane. 
14th September 1858. 

FOWKB. 

15th September 1858. 

Smyth. 
15th September 1858. 

DORSETT. 

15th Septemberl858. 



Taylor. 
15th September 1858. 

Duke. 

16th September 1858. 

Rbdford. 
16th September 1858. 

Allison. 
16th September 1858. 

SxRUvi. 
16th September 1858. 

SCARTLIFF. 

17th September 1858. 

Vasserot. 
17th September 1858. 



Prax. 

17th September 1858. 

Welch, 
Biggs. 

17th September 1858. 

Hadley. 

17th September 1858. 



2085. George Charles Grimes^ of Wandsworth, in the County of SaiTe3r, for 
an invention for — "Improvements in fusees and in the means of mannfiactaring 
fusees." Letters Patent sealed. 

2086. Robert Lakin, of Ardwick, in the County of Lancaster, Machinist, and 
John Wain, of the City of Manchester, in the sud County, Mechanic, for an in- 
vention for — '' Improvements in spinning-mules and other machines of that class used 
for spinning cotton and other fibrous substances." Letters Patent sealed, 

2087. Alfred Hope Johnson Bastable, of Belgrave Works, Ranelagh Road, 
Pimlico, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — *' Improvements in appa- 
ratus employed in the production of light." — A communication. — Letters Patent sealed. 

2088. Selim St. Clair Massia, of Pall Mall, in the County of Middlesex, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in stoves or fireplaces." — A communication from 
Jules Cesar Thimot^e Mousseron. Provisional protection only, 

. 2089. The Honorable William Erskine Cochrane, of Osnaburgh Ter- 
race, Regent's Park, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — ^'^ An improve- 
ment in the fastenings of railways." Letters Patent sealed. 

2000. Francis Fowke, of Park House. South Kensington, in the County of 
Middlesex, Captain in the Royal Engineers, for an invention for — '' Improvements in 
fire-engines." Letters Patent sealed. 

2091. Edward Smyth, of Brixton, in the County of Suirey, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in swimming belts and life preservers." Letters Patent sealed. 

2092. Edward Dorsett, of Old Broad Street, in the City of London, Tar and 
Naptha Distiller, for an invention for — " A portable carriage took and furnace to be 
employed for the purpose of creosoting hop-poles or other timber." 

Provisional protection only, 

2098. William Garnbtt Taylor, of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, in the County of 
Leicester, Gentleman, for an invention for — '' Improvements in the manu£BU!ture of 
gloves." Letters Patent sealed. 

2094. James Duke, Ship Builder, of Dover, in the County of Kent, for an inven- 
tion for — '' Improvements in life boats, which improvements are applicable to other 
boats." Provisional protection NOT granted. 

2095. George Bedford, of Moseley, in the Parish of King's Norton, in the 
County of Worcester, for an invention for — '' Making cartridges of metal or gutta- 
percha, with or without bullets, and for other purposes." Provisional protection only, 

2096. Richard Allison, of Gravesend, in the County of Kent, Engineer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for boring and sinking." 

Provisional protection onhf. 

2097. William Price Struv£, of Swansea, in the County of Glamoi^gan, C^vil 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for indicating strains on 
engine ropes or chains." Provisional protection only. 

2098. John Robinson Scartliff, of Wolverhampton, in the County of Staf- 
ford, Mechanic, for an invention for — " An improved burglar's detector." 

Complete specification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

2099. Charles Frederic Vasserot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Machinery or apparatus for dressing and 
finishing fabrics." — A communication from Pierre Lab^e, residing at Mazamet (Tom), 
in the Empire of France. Letters Patent sealed. 

2100. Gabriel Prax, of Paris (France), Manufacturer, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in apparatus for separating the liquid from the solid portions of fecal 
matters." Provisional protection only, 

2101. Edward Welch, of St. John's Square, Clerkenwell, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, and James Biggs, of Norton Folgate, in the City of London, Tobacco Manu- 
facturers, for an invention for — " An improved tobacco press." — Letters Patent sealed, 

2102. Charles Hadley, of Lower Hurst Street, Biimingham, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in omnibusses, cabs, railway carriages, waggons, and other 
similar vehicles." Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



133 



Grkbham. 
17tb September 1858. 

Ortermoor. 
ISih September 1858. 

Luis. 
18th September 1858. 



Luis. 
18th September 1858. 



Alleyne. 
18th September 1858. 

Beasley. 

18th September 1858. 

TCRNER. 

18th September 1858. 

Grylls. 

18tb September 1858. 



Vicars. 
Vicars. 
Ashmore. 
Smith. 
18th September 1858. 

Chester. 
20th September 1 858. 



Barrow. 
20th September 1858. 

FiRMIN. 

20th September 1858. 

RiEPE. 

20th September 1858. 

Levi. 

2l8t September 1858. 

Cook. 
2l6t September 1858. 



DOWLBR. 

Chbllingworth . 
21st September 1858. 

Db Pariente. 
2lBt September 1858. 



2108. James Harebooth Gresuam^ of the Town and County of Kingston-upon- 
Hull, Gentleman, for an invention for — ** Improvements in copying letters, invoices, 
and other writings." Letters Patent sealed, 

2104. Gerhard Ostermoor, of 37, Basinghall Street, London, for an invention 
for — " Ornamenting boas, victorines, and muffs." Provisional protection only. 

2105. Joz£ Luis, Patent Agent, No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the 
application of gutta-percha for clogs, galoches, shoes, and boots, and for the apparatus 
connected therewith." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

2106. Joz6 Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A new manner for 
applying centrifugal force in the manufacture of the fecula of potatoes, of starch, of 
yeast, of porcelain paste, of paper pulp, and ultramarine, and the apparatus for carrying 
out the same." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

2107. John Gay Newton Alleyne, of Buttcrley Iron Works, Alfreton, in the 
County of Derby, for an invention foi' — " Improvements in the manufactiure of 
wrought-iron beams and girders." Ijetters Patent sealed. 

2108. Joseph Blackwood Beasley, of Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of sporting and all other guns." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2109. Archibald Turner, of Leicester, Manufacturer, for an invention for— 
** Improvements in looms for weaving." Ijetters Patent sealed, 

2110. Henry William Grylls, of 47, Mark Lane, in the City of London, 
Licensed Custom House Agent, for an invention for — ** Improvements in apparatus 
employed in siibmcrgiug or laying do^vn electric telegraph cables." 

I Alters Patent sealed, 

2111. Thomas Vicars, Senior, Thomas Vicars, Junior, and Thomas Ash- 
more, Engmeers, and James Smith, Baker, all of Livcrj)©©!, in the County Palatine 
of Lancaster, for an invention for — " Improvements for the consumption of smoke in 
moveable furnaces or chauffers for heating bakers' and other like ovens." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2112. Joseph Lemuel Chester, of the City of Philadelphia, in the Stete of 
Pennsylvania, in the United States of America, for an invention for — ** An improved 
cartridge opener and ramrod fastener." — Partly a communication. 

Provisional protection only. 

2113. Henry Barrow, of Binuingham, in the County of Warwick, Saddler, for 
an invention for — ** An improvement or improvements in cartridge boxes." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2114. Henry Firm in, of Wapping, in the County of Middlesex, Carman, for an 
invention for — ** A machine for cleansing chaff and other food for horses and cattle." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2115. EwALD Riepe, of Sheffield, in the County of York, Engineer, for an inven- 
tion for — " An imi»rovemcnt in the casting of steel." 

Letters Patent sealed; no specification filed, 

2116. (Jeorge Montefiore Levi, of Maida Vale, in the County of Middlesex, 
Ci\-il Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of iron in 
the blast furnace." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

2117. Thomas Cook, of Addiscombe, in the County of Surrey, Professor of For- 
tification, for an invention for — " Improvements in the method of jircparing and 
securing bankers' and other crossed cheques against fraudulent erasure or removal." 

Letters Patent sealed; no specification filed, 

2118. George Dowler, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufac- 
turer, and Thomas Tertius Chkllingworth, of West Broniwich, in the County 
of Stafford, Ci^-il and Mechanical Engineer, for an invention for — " An adjustable 
torsion spring for doors or other purposes." Provisional protection only. 

2119. Leon de Pariente, of Paris, France, Gentleman, for an invention for-^ 
*' Improvements in apparatus to be applied to gas-burners, with the object of increase 
ing the fighting power of the gas flame." — A communKotion, Letters Patent sealed. 



134 



CHRONOLOGItJAL tNDEX OF 



MalVezix. 
21st Sq)teinber 1858. 



BSTHELL. 

2l8t September 1858. 

Newton. 

21st September 1858. 



Dewraxce. 
21st September 1858. 

Perkins. 
2lst September 1858. 

Johnson. 
'22nd Septemberl 858. 

HUBBELL. 

22ndSeptemberl858. 

Hope. 

22ndSeptember 1858. 

Emery. 

22ndSeptember 1858. 



Howe. 
22ndSeptemberl858. 

Brooman. 
22ndSeptembcrl858. 



Tyssen. 
22ndSeptemberl858. 

Harrison. 

22ndSept€mber 1858. 

Castelaix. 
22ndSeptemberl858. 

SrENCE. 

22ndSeptember 1858. 

Childs. 
22ndSeptemberl858. 

Earl of 
dundonald. 
3rd September 1858. 

Jaloureau. 
23rd September 1858. 



2120. Jean Clement Emile Malvbzin, of Paris (France), Gentknuoiy lor an 
invention for — '' Improvements in the manufacture of tubes, pipes, at maiiif for 
conducting liquids or gas, or for other similar purposes.'* 

Provisional protectimi only. 

2121. John Beth ell, of No. 8, Parliament Street, Westminster, Gentleman, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in treating pyrites." Letters Patent sealed. 

2122. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancerf Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " An 
improved machine for sweeping carpets and floors." — A communication, • 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2123. John Dewrancb, of Barge Yard, in the City of London, Engineer, for an 
invention for — " An improvement in the construction of pianoforte frames.*' 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2124. Axgier March Perkins, of Francis Street, Gray's Inn Road, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in surface condensers." Letters PaietU sealed, 

2125. James Johnson, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Machinist, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for 
washing, churning, color-mixing, or similar purposes." Provisional protection only. 

2126. Theodore Byron Hubbell, of Regent Street, in the City of West- 
minster, Gentleman, for an invention for — " An improvement in hooped petticoats." 
— A communication. Provisional protection only. 

2127. John Hope, of the State of Rhode Island, of the United States of America, 
for an invention for — " An improved calico printing roller." Letters Patent sealed. 

2128. Francis Faulkner Emery, of the State of Massachusetts, of the United 
States of America, for an invention for — *' An improved sewing-machine." — A com* 
munication from Sherbvme C. Blodgett^ residing in the State of Pensylvania, of the said 
United States, Complete specification j Letters Patent sealed, 

2129. Thomas Howe, of Millwall, Poplar, for an invention for — '' Improvements 
in smiths' forges." Letters Patent sealed. 

2130. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.G., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvcsnents in apparatus for 
printing shawls and other articles." — A communieaiion from J, M. Fimstakl, of 
Vienna. Letters Patent sealed. 

2181. Jacobus Tyssen, of Rotterdam, in the Kingdom of Holland, Mariner, for 
an invention for — ** An improved apparatus for indicating the speed of ships and other 
vessels." Provisional protection only. 



2182. Charles Weigutman Harrison, of Woolnich, in the County of Kent, 
Engineer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in filters for purifying- air and 
liquids." Provisional protection only, 

2188. UoN Castblain, of 53, Newman Street, Oxford Street, Comity of Mid- 
dlesex, for an invention for — '* Converting all vegetable fibre, by aid of chemicals, into 
form to resemble horse hair." Provisional protection only, 

2184. Jambs Spence, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Iron Merchant^ 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of steel, and in the fiimaces 
employed in such manufacture." Letters Patent sealed. 

2186. Augustus Bryent Childs, of Gower Street, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in winnowing-machinery." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2186. Thomas Earl of Dundonald, Admiral of the Red, of No. 12, Queen's 
Gate, South Kensington, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An 
improved machine or apparatus for tilling and preparing land for cultivation*'* 

Provisional protection only. 

2187. Alfred Fauvin Jaloureau, of Paris, in the French Empire^ Manii£M>- 
turer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of pipes." 

Letters Patent sealed} Mpec^catumfUed by order. 



H-Okady. 

September IS 



.^3rd September U 



23rd Scptembw 1868. 

Wilson. 
:t3r(l September 1^*58. 

S!4lhSei>bemberia^. 

Ford. 

Ford. 
JMth September \S5S. 
1 Wkiobt. 

«4th September 185?. 



BlOOMAN. 

^£-lthSept«mberl858. 



HxNBox. 
'^th September 1868. 

Bod M BR. 
SJtIi September 1^58. 

Vasherut. 
•JMth September 18£S. 



RiciiAUDS. 
JMth September 1858. 

fvi.LKK. 

794lh September 1858. 

TORKRY. 

JMtbSeptemberl858. 

DSLACROIX. 

LltStb September 1858. 

HK BOMAISK. 

'£5tb September 1858. 



'36tli8eptanberl958. 



Farncomb. 
September 1858. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GR.\NTED. 



2X88. High MGradv, of 31, Bridge Street, Blackfrisra, London, in the County 
of Middlesex, Engmeer, for an inreDtioa for—'" Improvements in the ooDstmction of 
flues, boiler, and other furnaces, and in certain appliances thereto." 

Propisional prolfrtioH only. 

3138. Tlioins Callev-drb Hindk, of Dudley, in the County of Woreeater, Iron 
Merchant, for an invention for — " An improvement or improvcmente in the manu- 
facture of iron and steel." Ijttlrrs Palmt sraM. 

2140. Danibl Grant, of Ludgate HiU. in the City of London, Printer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in colour printing-presses," Ijrilert Patfol traled. 

3141. John Wilson, of 55, John Street. Sunderland, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in floating-docks." Leitfra Palml sraM. 

3143. Peter PicKERi.vG, of Danzig, in (he Kingdom of Prussia, landed Pm- 
prielor, for an invention for — " An atmospheric engine," Provisional protection onlg. 

2143. RosEitT Ford, and William Ford, Gas Engineers, of No. 4, Nelson 
Street. Perth, Scotland, for an iniention for — " Smoku consuming by means of a 
reciprocoting orrei'craing fire." Prorisional prolrclim only. 

3144. Edwin Thomab Wright, of Wolverliampton. in the County of Stafford, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " A new or improved method of and apparatus for 
preventing the explosion of or injiu^ to steam-boilers, through deficiency of water." 

Letters PalenI stvled. 

2145. Richard Archibald Brooman. of IGG, Fleet Street, in the City «( 
London, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an iDven< 
tion for — " Improi'ements in the manufacture of pile and cut pile fabrics, and in 
machinery employed therran." — A contmunication /ram A. J. Hargez. 

Lrttrrt Patent seated. 

2146. Hrnrv Henson Hekbon, and William Fhrderick Henson. both of 
.'18, ParUament Street, in the City of Westminster, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in watergiroofing leather, woven fabrics, fibrous ani) utbcr materials, and also 
of rendering tliem fireproof or partially fireproof." hetters Patent teaUd, 

2147. RvDoLpH BonMER, of 2, Tliavies Inn. Holbom. in the City of London, 
for an invention for—" An improved apjiBnitus for preventing explosion in steam- 
boilers." — A cominmiico/ioH. liellers Patent sealed, 

8148. Charlrb pRtn^Ric VASHKnor. of 4a. Euex Street. Strand, London, 
Patent .^gent. for an invention for — " Improvement! in the construction of spinning 
osrda." — A rommimiealion from Messm. Emoiif and GoremeHr. residing at Sedan, 
Arilmnes, in the Empire qf Franre. Proci^onal jiroleclion only. 

2149. Westi.ev Richard!!. of Birmingham, Gun Manufacturer, for an inven- 
tion for—" Improvements in fire^irms and cartridges." Letters Patent traled, 
Fi'LLBB. of Lombard Street, in the City of London, 
n for — " Improvements in steam-engines." 

Letter* Patent senled. 
TuBNBY, of .Mdermanbury, in the City of Iiondon, 
invention for — " .\n improved mode of packing pins 
J letters PalenI sealed. 
2158. Absocd FfeLiK Delacroix, of Cbartre*. Department of Eure and Loir, 
in the Empire of France. Watchmaker, for an invention for — " Im|irovemcnts in 
locomotive engines." Prorisianal protection only. 

3163, RoBBRT RoMAis-e, of 12, Chapel Street. Bedford Row. in the County of 
Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of 
steam cultivators, and in the means fi>r Djierating aurh and other loccimotive ateam- 
engines." J-ellers Patent tealed. 

2164. Marc .Antoine Francois Mekxonk, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, .'i!t. Rue de I'Echiquier. Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention fnr^- 
"The scfiaration of iron and steel from their combination with certwn foreign Imdies." 
—A eommtinieatitm. Leiten Patent staled. 

21BS. Edward Farncomr, of I.ambetb, in the County of Surrey, for an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in hlUputian fire-nrmi." Proririnnal prolretion only. 



3160. Gborob Lerdh; 

Civil Engineer, for an invcr 

aiei. (JKORCE LeONAI 

Needle Manufacturer, for b 

for sale." 



136 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Hall. 

25th September 1858. 

Clark. 
25th September 1858. 



Dibulafait. 
25th September 1858. 



Grbaves. 

27th September 1858. 



BOLTTEVILLE. 

27th September 1858. 



Lander. 
27th September 1858. 

Benzon. 
27th September 1858. 



Newton. 
27th September 1858. 



Lewtiiwaite. 
Ambler. 
28th September 1858. 

Jones. 

28th September 1858. 



Linsey. 

28th September 1858. 

Mead. 
28th September 1858. 

Clark. 
28th September 1858. 



Manning. 
Paul. 

29th September 1858. 

• 
Luis. 
29th September 1858. 



2156. CoLLiNSON Hall, of Navestock, in the County of Essex, Esquire, for an 
invention for — ** Improvements in apparatus for applying power to the cultivation of 
the soil." Letters Patent sealed. 

2167. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — "Improvements in purifying 
natural phosphates of lime." — A communication from Emile Constant Martin, residing 
at Paris, in the Empire of France, formerly Banker. Letters Patent sealed, 

2168. Jules Clovis Dibulafait, Merchant, of 2, Rue Sainte Appoluie, Paris 
(Empire of France), and of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, for an invention for — 
" A kind of garment which may receive diflFerent forms according to the will of the 
wearer." Provisional protection only, 

2169. Samuel Horrabin Greaves, of Radford Street Works, Sheffield, in the 
County of York, Manufacturer of Table Cutlery, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in the mode of manufacturing the blades of table and other knives." 

Provisional protection only. 

2160. Xavier Boutteville, of Paris, in the French Empu«, Merchant, for an 
invention for — "An improved neckcloth or tie, means of connecting ties to collars 
and bands, and an improved collar." — A communication from a Foreigner residing in 
Paris. Provisional protection only, 

2161. William Lander, of the City of Bristol, Engraver, for an invention foi^— 
" Improvements in engraving and printing for the purpose of ornamenting qhina and 
earthenware." Letters Patent sealed. 

2162. Edmund Leopold Benzon, of Sheffield, in the County of York, Steel 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of steel." — 
A communication from Franz Anton Lohage, residing at Unna, in the Kingdom of 
Prussia, Letters Patent sealed. 

2163. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lan^, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
cigar holders or mouth pieces for cigars, and in pipes for smoking tobacco." — 
A communication from James W. Evans, of New York, in the United States of America, 

Provisional protection only. 

2164. Edwin Lewtiiwaite, of Halifax, in the County of York, Clock and 
Watch Maker, and George Ambler, of Queen's Head, near Halifax, aforesaid. 
Clock and Watch Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in clocks, watches, 
chronometers, and other time-pieces." Provisional protection only, 

2166. Benjamin Jones, Iron Founder, of the City of York, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in press wheel rollers or clod crushers, which improvements are 
also appUcable to rollers for crushing, bruising, and pulverizing roots and other 
substances." Letters Patent sealed. 

2166. John Henry Linsey, of No. 4, Grocer's Hall Court, in the City of 
London, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in binding or covering books." 

Provisional protection only. 

2167. George Mead, of No. 7, West Side, Cambridge Road, Bethnal Green, in 
the County of Middlesex, Ironmonger, for an invention for — *' Improvements in the 
construction of tobacco pipes." Provisional protection only. 

2168. JosiAii Latimer Clark, of Adelaide Road, Haverstock Hill, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in coiling and securing 
telegraph cables preparatory to laying them from ships or vessels.'* 

Provisional protection only. 

2169. John Manning, of Cambridge, Engineer, and Thomas Paul, of Houghton, 
in the County of Huntingdon, Miller, for an invention for — *'An improved stone 
staff to be used in dressing millstones." Letters Patent sealed. 

2170. JosK Luis, Patent Agent, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A new method of fixing 
pastel pictures."— ii_coinm«ntca/t(m»^ Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GR.\STED. 



187 



Old. 

Pexdlbton. 
sytiSeptembfrlSo'*. 

BocsriELD. 

ahh September ]85t*. 



Bbitt. 

.'lOtli September If" JM 



WniQBT. 

MlHh September ItOH. 



MonniHoN. 
:it>th September 1858. 



JOih September If'SS. 



;;Otl. Sr|rteml«r 185S. 



:(iHbSepleinl>erlf'.'.8. 



.'lUth September 1858. 



SlBMKMS. 

.Mlih Sqitember \»58. 



NoHMA^n. 
aOlli September IBaS. 



UiiLHoaN. 
.^ifa September 1»26. 



Rl'sskli.. 
aOth September 1858. 



Blakb. 

lat October l»5». 



2171. Gborcb Old, of AatoD, near BirminRhBin, in the County of Warwick, 
WarehoiuemBD, and Tmouar Pendlston, of Birmingiiam, Aforesnid, Hook and 
Eye ManuftKturer. for an inventioo for — " Improvemeoti in dress fastenings, and in 
attacbin^ dress fastenings to artielea of dress." Provisional prolnlion only. 

317a. GsoHbE Tomlinson BoL'xriKLD, of LotigUborough Park, Brixton, in the 
CouDty of Surrey, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for and in 
the manofttctim? of pajier bags and other similar articles." — J communiealioa. 

Utters Patait waled, 

3173. TiiowAs Britt, of No. H, St. Thomas Terrace, Church Street, Old Kent 
Road, Camberweil, in the County of Surrey, Engineer, for an invention for — "An 
improvement in the propeUing of stewii boats." Ijftlert Patml staled. 

RIGHT, Engineer, of Birmingham, in tbe County of Wamick, 

— " Certun improvements in the mode of arranging and moving 

locomotive, puddling, and otiicr furnaces." Utters Patent tealeJ. 



8174. J( 

for a 



2175. Joiix MoBRrnoN. of Birminghsn 
>■ an invention for — " An improvement in 



in the County of Warwick, Machinist, 
r addition to sen-ing-machines." 

Utters Potent sealed. 
2176. Samuel Taylor, of Rochdale, in the County of Lancaster, Mechanic, 
for ui invention for — " Certain improvements in apparatus to be used as a fire- 
escape, which iniprovcmenis arc also applicable to other similar purposes." 

Provisional protection oily. 
3177, LArno Cbccom, of No. 12, Great Newport Street, in the County of Wid- 
dlesex. Band Master, for an in\-ention for — " Im|irovemrnts in the conslmclion ot 
comets, trumpets, iiomfi, and other wind instruments of a like nature." 

Utters Patent sealed, 
2178. HcNRv KiNSBv. of Nottingham, Machinist, William Henry Mor- 
rison, and Samitel Suitiiahd, also of Nottingham, Manufocturera, fur an inven- 
tion for — " Improvements in means or apparatus for the purpose of folding lace or 
other fabric, and also for cutting the same into lengths adapted to he used in the 
manufacture of bonnet and cap fronts, and for other purposes of millinery." 

Proritional protection o»ly. 
3170. Reciie.v Lkvv, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster. 
Manufacturins Clothier, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture 
of coats, ladies' riding-habits, and other similar garments.'' 

Proriiimial prolrctimt only. 

3180. CuARLKs William Sibmens, of John Sti*et, Adelphi, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvementa in electric telegraphs." — Partly a 
commuHicatioHfrom Ernst JVerittr Sietnens, rending ot Berlin, in Prussia. 

Prorisional protection only. 

3181. Ai;ci;sTis Nobmasd, of Havre, in the Empire of France, Ship Builder, 
for an invention for—" Improvements in constructing ships and vessels pro]ielled by 
screw or such like propellersi" Utters Patent sealed. 

3183. Grhhahd Uhlhorn, of Greveobmich, neftr Cologne, in the Kingdom of 
Prussia, for an invention for — " Improvements in applying motive-power to give 
motion to machinery." Utters Patent staled. 

2183. John Jamrh Rissrll, of Wcdneabury, in tlie County of Stafford, Iron 
Tube Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in furnaces for heating 
iron and steel suitable for tbe manulacture of welded tubes and other articles." 

Utteri Patent ttated. 

2184. Fkedbrick John Money, of lliaxted. in tbe County of Essex, Surgeon, 
fur an invention for — " Improvemeiita in the conatruction and adaptation of sewers." 

Provisional protection oa/y. 

2185. William Blakk, of No. 1C, Hartey Street, in the Parish of St. Mary. 
Stratford-lo-Bow, in the Coun^ of Middlesex, for an invention for— "An improved 
portable flie-eecape," Lttttri Patent uaMlf 



I 



m 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDBX OF 



Newbon. 
Smith. 
Brown. 
Ist October 1858. 

Hipp. 
Ist October 1858. 

WiLKINS. 

Dunn. 

let October 1858. 

Belcher. 

Ist October 1858. 

Preston. 
lit October 1858. 

Bradbury. 
l«t October 1858. 

Rogers. 
2nd October 1858. 

Owen. 
2nd October 1858. 



Bribrley. 
2nd October 1858. 

MONIBR. 

2nd October 1858. 

Samuelson. 
2nd October 1858. 

Collins. 
2nd October 1858. 

HOLMAN. 
HOLMAN. 

2nd October 1858. 

Newton. 
2nd October 1858. 



Stimpson. 
2nd October 1858. 

Dolby. 
Gates. 

4th October 1858. 

Normandy. 
4th October 1858. 



2186. James Thomas Peter Newbon, and Thomas Smith, both of 63» Fen- 
church Street, in the City of London, Naval Architects, and Jambs Brown, of No. 
37, Toilet Street, Mile End, in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, for an inven- 
tion for — " An improved method of lifting and lowering ships' anchors.*' 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2187. Matthaeus Hipp, Technical Inspector of the Swiss Telegraphs, of Berne, 
in Switzerland, for an invention for — " Improvements in electric telegraphs." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2188. John Walker Wilkins, of Temple Chambers, Fleet Street, Telegraph 
Engineer, and James Benjamin Dunn, of Great Winchester Street, Gentleman, 
both in the City of London, for an invention for — " Improvements in constructing 
electric telegraph cables.'' Promsional protection only. 

2189. Sir Edward Bblchbr, of 40, Charing Cross, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in the manufacture of telegraphic cables." Promsional protection oa/jr. 

2190. Thomas Preston, of Nottingham, Manufacturer, for an invention for — 
*' Improvements in the manufacture of looped fabrics." Letters Patent sealed. 

2191. Henry Bradbury, of the firm of Bradbuiy and Evans, of Whitefriars, in 
the City of London, for an invention for — " Improvements in producing printing- 
surfaces from engraved plates." Promsional protection only. 

2192. Joseph Rogers, of No. 9, Queen Square, Bartholomew Close, in the 
City of London, Ropemaker, for an invention for — " Improvements in submarine 
electric telegraph cables." Letters Patent sealed. 

2198. Lemuel Dow Owen, of No. 192, Tottenham Court Road, in the County 
of Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in ploughs fbr digging 
up potatoes and for other purposes." — A communication. 

Prooisional protection only. 

2194. William Bribrley, the elder, of Cleckheaton, in the County of York, 
Machine Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in looms for weaving carpets 
and other fabrics." Letters Patent sealed. 

2195. Hypolite Monier, from Marseilles, in the Empire of France, and from 
2, Francis Street, Golden Square, in the County of Middlesex, Manufacturer, for an 
invention for — " A new gas burner." Letters Patent sealed. 

2196. Bbrnhard Samuelson, of Banbury, Enguieer and Agricultural Imple- 
ment Manufacturer, for an invention for — '' Improvements in the wheds of carts and 
other carriages to be used on common roads." Letters Patent sealed. 

2197. Henry George Collins, of Paternoster Row, in the City of London, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the production of blocks or surfaces to be used 
in printing." Letters Patent sealed. 

2198. John Chappell Holman, of London Street, Fitzroy Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, and Edward Walter Holman, of Grafton Street, Fitzroy 
Square, in the same County, Pianoforte ManufjEuHurers, for an inventioQ for — ** An 
improved pianoforte action." Letters Patent sealed, 

2199. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — *' An 
improved governor for marine and other steam-engines." — A communication* 

Provisional protection only, 

2200. Samuel Stimpson, of Lower Road, Islington, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved construction of fagot or fire* 
lighter." Letters Patent sealed. 

2201. Richard Dolby, and John Gates, of Liverpool, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Enamellers, for an invention for — " An improved process of transfer printing 
and ornamenting on glass and other transparent suhstances." 

Provisional protection only, 

2202. Louis A. Normandy, Junior, of 67, Judd Street, London, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improved apparatus for the prevention o( 
hoilers exploding firom a defficiency of water." — A communication. 

Promsional protection only. 



Mills. 
5th October 1^58. 



Hauiltox. 

Mi October 1868. 
Brown. 

5tli October 185ft. 

MiLKBS. 

5th October 1858. 



5th Oc:tol>er 1858. 

Li'is. 
fith October 1858. 



S203. LouiH A. XoRMANDV, Junior, of fi7, Jndd Street, London, in the County 
of Middleaex, for an invention for—" Improvements in the manufacture of sulphate 
of copper." — A comniviicalion. Lettrrs Patent sfaled. 

3304. Maximilisn Van Peteghrm, of Ghent, in the Kingdom of Belgium, 
Organ Builder, for an invention for — " Improvements in looms for weaving figured 
fabricB." — A communiration from his Brolhrr, Edir/ird Vaa Peteyhrm. rending iti 
Belgium. Proniionai proteelion only. 

SaOS. Frascib Trrvithick. of Penxancc, in the County of Comtvall, for an in- 
vention for—'* Improvements in applying sails and keels to boats and vessels." 

Let ten PalenI sealed. 

2SO0. Jameh Mills, of Manchester, in the Count;r O^ Lanmster, Machinist, for 
an invention for — " Certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for roving. 
stubbing, or spinning cotton and other 6broue materials." Leitert Paleiil sealed. 

aa07, .\\THONV Brsbemeb, of upper liolloivay, in the County of Middlesex, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Imprtn-cments in the nuuiufacture of iron and 
steel, and in apparatuses to he employed therein." Letters PalenI sealed. 

B908. Charler Edward Oldbrshaw, of Aldershot, Major, Royal Artilleiy, 
for an invention for — " .\n improved method of constructing electric telegraph 
cables." Provisional protection only. 

aa09. William MENSLArs, of Doivlus Iron Works, in the County of Gla- 
morgan, Manager, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for straights 
ening rails and HTought-iron bars." Letters Pattnl ttaled. 

aaiO. Michael Henry, of M, Fleet Street, in the City of London, pBt*nt Agent, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the means of or arrangementa for working 
steam expansively."— ^i communieation from Camille Poloneeaa, 

Letterii Patent sealed. 

aail. John HAHCot;RT Brown, of the Abbey Mills. Romsey, in the Coun^ of 
Hants, for an invention for — " Improvemenls in the manufiicturc of (irojcctiles." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

fiaia. Gborgb Hamilton, of St. Martin's le Grand, and Willia» Hrnrv 
Nabu, of Poplar, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in locks." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

S813. John Harcourt Brown, of the Abbey Mills, Romscy, in the County of 
Hants, for an invention for—" Improvements in the manufacture of cartridges." 

Lettrrs Patent sealed, 

3S14. JouN MiLNEs, of Sutton Mitl, Cross Hills. near'Ucds, in the County of 
York, Overlooker, for an invention for — " Improvements in weaving fabrics where 
cross wea\-ing is employed." J,rlters Paltnt stnM : no spee^eation filed. 

aai6. George Lovutt, of East Street. Manchester Square, in the Coun^ of 
Middlesex, Medical Shampooer. for on invention for — " Improvements in portable 
apparatus for adminlatering hot air. vapor, nnil shower baths." 

Proristonal proteeliem only, 

aaie. Moritz Jocoby, and Frederic R-mnford Ensor, of Nottingham, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the manuf^tnre of bobbin net or twist Uce. 
and other fabrics made in tnist lace machines." Letters Patent sealed. 

2317. Jo7.fi Lins, Patent Agent, of So. In, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, 
London, in the County of Middlesei, for an invention for—" \ new method of joining 
aheet iron, east iron, gutta-percha, and other tubes, by means of muffles." — A rommii' 
Hicolion. Letters Patent sealed. 



3216. Grorce 

' Improvements in 



IIkpi-f.ll, of Nc»Ta»tle-on-Tyne, Engineer, for an invention for — 
the construction of boilers, furnaces, and flues." 

Proritienal protecHoa only. 
3210. Georcs Collikr, of Halifax, in the County of York, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in winding-macluncs." Letters Patent sealed, 

aa20. Maurick Harnett, of Moreton Street, Pimlico, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Wtttcbmim, for an invention for — " Improvements in preventing incrustation 
in steam-boilers." — A eommuniealion from John tt'arren Harnett, residing al Ci\ 
naii, in the United Stales qf America, 



\ Jokn irarrni Harnett, residing at Cincin- 

Profitional protection only. ^^1 



HO 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



'Hill. 
6ih October 1858. 

RiDSDALE. 

6th October 1858. 

Ma LAM. 

6th October 1858. 

scattergood. 
Smith. 
6th October 1858. 

BaYLis. 
6th October 1858. 



NiCOLL. 

rth October 1858. 



Th URN HAM. 

7th October 1858. 



Seyd. 
Brewer. 
7th October 1858. 

Nouveau. 
7th October 1858. 



Naylor. 
7th October 1858. 

Fellows. 
7th October 1858. 



Ransome. 
7th October 1858. 

Handcock. 
7th October 1858. 



Luis. 

• 8th October 1858. 

Leetch. 
8th October 1858. 

« 

Rifpingills. 

* 8th October 1858. 

Waller. 
' 8th October 1858. 



2221. Christopher Hill, of the Great Western Railway, Chippenham Station, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in omnibuses, and in apparatus for upholding 
the windows of omnibuses and other carriages." Letters Patent sealed. 

2222. James Ridsdale, of Stoke Newington, in the County of Middlesex, 
Accountant, for an invention for — " An improved reser\'oir or fountain pen." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2228. William Malam, of Clapham Rood, in the County of Surrey, Gas 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatuses for the manufacture 
of gas." Letters Patent sealed. 

2224. Daniel Scattergood, of Nottingham, Machine Builder, and Robert 
Walker Smith, of Nottingham, Hosier, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
machineiy for the manufacture of looped fabrics." Letters Patent sealed. 

2225. Charles Baylis, of the Poultry, in the City of London, Solicitor, for an 
invention for — " An improved mode of constructing 'and arranging underground 
chambers in populous cities or towns, for the reception of gas and u ater pipes, and 
telegraph wires." Letters Parent sealed. 

2226. Donald Nicoll, of the Firm of H. I. and D. Nicoll, 114, Regent Street, 
and 22, Comhill, London, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture 
of cloaks and other garments, and for their application to purposes to which they 
have not hitherto been applied." Letters Patent sealed. 

2227. Charles Henry Thur>uiam, of Dalston, in the Coimty of Middlesex, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction and application 
of certain mechanical arrangements to be adapted to the wheels of locomotives, 
carriages, and other vehicles, for facilitating their traction or draught." 

Provisional protection only, 

2228. Ernest Julius Seyd, Merchant, and John William Northway 
Brewer, Chemist, all of the City of London, for an invention for — " An improve- 
ment in the preparation of paper to render writing thereon indelible." 

Provisional protection only. 

2229. Jean Claude Nouveau, of 2, Rue Sainte Appoline, Paris, in the Empire 
of France, and of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in stopping or stoppering bottles and other vessels containing non-gaseous 
liquids." Letters Patent sealed. 

2280. David Naylor, of Stockport, in the County of Chester, Carpet Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in looms for weaving carpets and other 
fabrics, and in. the methods of manufacturing the same." Letters Patent sealed. 

2231. Noah Fellows, the younger, of West Derby, in the County of Lancaster, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in tea-kettles and other like domestic vessels." 

Provisional protection only. 

2232. Frederick Ransome, of Ipswich, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in preserving wood." Provisional protection only. 

2233. Elias RoBisoN Handcock, of 57, Pall Mall, Westminster, and 16, North 
Frederick Street, Dublin, for an invention for — *' Certain improvements in machineiy 
applicable to engines to be worked by steam and other motive-power." 

Provisional protection only. 

2234. Joz^ Luis, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish Square, London, in the 
County of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for an invention for — "A new cutting and 
stamping press." — A communication. Provisional protection only. 

2235. James Leetch, of Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, in the County 
of Middlesex, Gun Maker, for an invention for — ''An improved method of oon- 
structing fire-arms." Provisional protection only. 

2236. Edward Villiers Rippingille, of the Parish of Chorlton>upon-Medlock, 
Greenheys, Manchester, Artist, for an invention for — ** The improvement of fire-aims 
and artillery." Letters Patent sealed. 

2237. Thomas Waller, of Rose Lane, RatclifiP, Engineer, for an invention fin* — 
'* Improvements in stoves and fire-places^ for the prevention of smoke and the better 
ventilation of apartments." Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED, 



HI 



Mitch BLL. 

£^obA!<D. 

Bth Octobei lH5t^. 



Vth October l«5t*. 



8th October IK58. 



8th October IM58. 



Croftr. 
Sih October 1^5?. 

Thomas. 
k 9tb October 185e. 



3238. Joe 



I MiT 



KLL, Worsted Spinner, Hiram Mitchkll, Manager, and 
Thomah England, Mechanic, all of Bradford, in the County of York, for an 

inrention for—" Improvements in means, machinery, or apparetua employed in 
spinning ivool, mohair, alpaca, Hilk, and other fibrous siihatances," 

Lftttrs Patent sealed' 

3239. RiciiARO Sbarls. of Woodford Wells, in the County of Essei, GcDtleraan 

for an invention for — " Impitiveraenta in insulating and preaen'ing and laying 

submarine and other telegraphic wires or cables." Proamonal protection onig. 

S240. Alfred Njchollii, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Merchant, 
and Thomas Walsbr, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Clerk, for »n 
invention for—" An improved spring hook, catch, or fastening," 

Lettert Patent tealtd, 

2241. William AuGVSTi!a Mlnx, of Throwley House, near Feverehara, in the 
County of Kent (late a Major in the East Kent Regiment of Militia), a Deputy 
Lieutenant, and Justice of the Peace, of the said County of Kent, far an invention 
for — " Improvements in horse hoes." Lettert Patent tealrd. 

8243. Thomas Rodbrts, and John Dalk, of Manchester, in the County 
of Lancaster, Manutacturing Chemists, for an invention for— "An improved process 
for obtaining salts of soda and other alkalies." Letters Patriit sealed. 

2243. Charler "William Lancaster, of New Bond Street, in the City of 
Westminster. Gun Maker, for an invention for — " A metal or metallic alloy espedally 
adapted to the manufacture of fire-arms and ordnance." Letters Patent seated. 

2244. Alfhrd Frlton, of lf4. Brick Une, Spitalfields, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Currier, for an invention for — " Improvements in instruments used for inserting 
and fixing metal eyelets." Provisional proteelitm onlg. 

2346. Joseph Travehs Smith, of Gray's Inn, in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in electric cables." 

Promsioaat prolectioH only. 
3246. EiAN BiHCHLBY, of Upjicr Seiem Terrace, in the City of Worcester, 
Attorney's Clerk, for an iareotion for — " An improved construction of cartridge." 

Letters Patent sealed. 
8247. Frederick William Gerhard, of Tichbome Street, Hayniarket, in the 
Coun^ of Middlesex, Mineral Surveyor, for an invendoD for — -" Improvements 



the manufacture of alum 



n and sodiu 



Leileri Patetit stahd. 



2248. Antoins Epbrem Galliard, 2, Seymour Place, St. James' Churchyard. 
Clerkenn-ell, Middlesex, for an invention for — "Making self-supplying [Hirtahlc 
fountains lo plnj water or water perfumed." Ijetlers Patent sealed. 

3240. CHARLEii Edward Hull, of WelU, in the County of Norfolk. Gentleman, 
for an invention fur — " An apparatus for containing and preserving articles of value 
from loss or damage in cases of shipwreck." 

Complete ^ee^catiom ; protection for Six montks only. 

2250. JoH.v Tatlock, of Flookersbrook, near to the City of Chester, in the 
County of Chester, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvement* in electric 
telegraphs, and in telegraphic cables or conductors for the conducting of electricity in 
in submarine and underground telegraphs." Prtmtional protection only. 

28S1. Lewis Hops, of Bishopsgate Church Yard, in the City of l,oiidon. 
Merchant, for an invention for — " Improvcmente in electric telegraph cables." — A 
communication. Letten Patent staled. 

2262. William Crofts, of Lcuton Terrace, Pork Side, Nottingham, Manu- 
factnrer, for an invention for — " Imgirovenients in the manufacture of fabrics by 
bobbin net or twist lace machinery." Letters Patent sealed. 

836S. Jambs Bhay Pascoe, and John Roderts Thomas, of Chaccnalcr, in 
the County of Cornwall, for an invention for — " Improvements in condensing and 
gassing smoke, which are apphcahle also to forcing and drawing water, projielling 
ships, and drawing and forcing air, to be worked with animal, water, steam, or air 
powei." Provisional protection onlg. 



I 



142 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Scrimshaw. 
9th October 1858. 

Miller. 
'llth October 1858. 

HOLBOYD. 

11th October 1858. 

Vasserot. 
. 11th October 1858. 



Saxby. 
.11th October 1858. 

Beattib. 
11th October 1858. 

Cowen. 
11th October 1858. 



Hancock. 
Hancock. 

1 1th October 1858. 

England. 
11th October 1858. 

Platt. 
• nth October 1858. 

Nicholson. 
11th October 1858. 



VoN 

Schuttenbach. 

nth October 1858. 

Riddell. 
nth October 1858. 

Stow. 
11th October 1858. 



Newton. 
nth October 1858. 



SWINBURN. 

12th October 1858. 

Wray. 

12th October 1858. 



2264. John Scrimshaw, of 13, Johnson Street, Sheffield, m the County of 
York, Asphalte Road Maker, for an invention for — " ImproYements in pumps." 

PromsUmal proteetum only, 

2255. Alexander Miller, of Gksgow, in the County of Lanark, North 
Britain, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in locomotive steam- 
engines." — A communication from William Miller, of Chicago, — Letters Patent sealed, 

2256. Jambs Holroyd, of Leeds, in the County of York, Cloth Dresser, for an 
invention for — '' An improvement in the knives used for shearing woollen cloths and 
cloths made of wool and other materials." Letters Patent sealed. 



2257. Charles Fr^dj^ric Vasserot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — ** Improvements in constructing reflectors." — A 
communication from Antoine Marie Balencie, residing in Paris, in the Empire of 
France." LeUers Patent sealed. 

2258. John Saxby, Engineer, of Brighton, Sussex, for an invention for — ** Im- 
provements in apparatus for working signals on railways." Letters Patent sealed. 

2259. Joseph Beattie, of Lawn Place, South Lamheth, in the County of 
Surrey, Engineer for an invention for — "Improvements in locomotive and other 
steam-engines." Letters Patent sealed. 

2260. Robert Cowen, the younger, of the Town and County of the Town of 
Nottingham, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — ''Improvements in 
dressing lace or other fabrics made of silk, cotton, or other matcarial, and in apparatus 
employed therein." Letters Patent sealed; no specification fUed. 

2261. James Lamb Hancock, and Frederick Lamb Hancock, both of 
PentonviUe, in the County of Middlesex, Manufacturers, for an invention for — ** Im- 
provements in implements for tilling, breaking up or pulverizing land, for sowing 
seeds, and for thinning out turnips and other crops." Letters Patent sealed. 

2262. John England, of Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, London, Photo- 
graphic Apparatus Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for 
cleaning the plates used in photography." Provisional protection only. 

2268. Joseph Platt, of Audlem, in the County Palatine of Chester, Grentleman, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in locks." Protfisional protection only. 

2264. John Nicholson, the younger, of Medow Street Works, Sheffield, in the 
County of York, Steel Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
machinery for cutting and winding strips or shreds of steel, silver, or oUier metal used 
for ladies' dresses, measuring-tapes, and other purposes in which the use of strips or 
shreds of metal are required." Provisional protection only, 

2265. Anton Von Schuttenbach, of St. Petersbuigh, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in lamps." Complete tpec^cations Letters Patent sealed. 



2266. Thomas Riddell, of Carracow Terrace, Old Ford, Bow, in the County of 
Middlesex, Gentieman, for an invention for — " An improved arrangement for sustain- 
ing window sashes aud sliding panels." Letters Patent sealed. 

2267. Matthew Stow, of Leeds, in the County of York, Merchant, for an inven- 
tion for — " Preventing or securing the detection of alterations or erasures in bankers* 
cheques and other similar instruments and the crossings thereof." 

Provisional protection only. 

2268. William Edwabd Newton, of the Office for I^itents, 66, Chanoeiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — *' Improved 
apparatus for facilitating submarine explorations." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2269. John Field Swinburn, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, 
Gun Manufacturer, for an invention for — *' Improvements in fire-arms." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2270. Leonard Wray, of No. 5, Devonshire Street, Portland Place, London, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " New and improved compounds for the coating or 
insulating of submarine electric telegraph wires, and which are also apphcable to the 
coating or insulating of electric telegraph wires laid underground." LettersPatent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIKD FOR AND PATENTS GllANTED. 



Cooper. 
Il'lh October 1858. 



*iah October 1858, 

Smith. 
"IStli October 1858. 



CuTaBBBTSOX. 
CCTIIBKRTBON. 

iSth OcUiber 135tt. 



13tb October 1858. 



13tU October 1858. 



Braby. 

tl3th October 1858. 



Li DDLS. 

Booth. 

J*tli October 1^58. 




fiSn. Thomab CoT-rEnii.i.SuAw.of Honle;, in the Countf of Stafford, Architect 
and Surveyor, nnd Frkubric Hbnskaw Cooi>br, of Huiley, iLforesaid, Ironmonger, 
for an iuvention for — " A new or improved construction kiid mode of working engines 
by the ngency of air or gaases iii conjunction with electricity, for obtnining or jiro- 
ducing motive-power." hrlters Patent sealed. 

227S. William Johnston, Merchant, and William Ross, Bi&is Founder, 
both of Ulugbw, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, for an invention for—" Im- 
provements in water-closets and taps or vtdves." Jjftters Patent sealed. 

2273. William Smith, of Edinburgh, in the County of Midlothian, North 
Britain, Lithographer, for an invention for — " Improvements in transferring cirawings 
or delineations in Uthograpliic and Eincographic processes." Letters Patent leakd. 

2274. Geukub Deadon, of Bath|>aol. in the County of Somerset, Captain in 
the Royal Nav)', for an invention for — " Impravements in the construction of 
ships, boats, rafts, and vessels for passing through water, or through the atmosjihere, 
or partly through the water and partly through the atmosphere." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

927E. Jban Alexandre Gassb, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Merchant, 

for an invention for — " Improvements in rwlway breaks and in apparatus for working 

the some." Letleri Patent waled. 

5576. Henry William Cuthbbrtson. and GkoRaa CtiTiiBKBTgoM, of 
Dundas Street. Monkweormouth, Sunderland, in the County of Durham, for an 
ini-ention for — " Impruvemecits in lc\'er purchases for ships' windlaascs. pumps, and 
other similar purjioses." Prormonal protection only. 

5577. Macrics Sautter, of Paris, Boutevart Montmartre. 14, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in air engines." — A communication from 3Ir. Joseph Gill, resi- 
dent at Marsala, Sicily. Complete /verification ; Letters Patent seated. 

2278. JoBEi'H Parkins, of No. I, Uanwsy Street, Oiford Street, in the County 
of Middleaes, Manufacturer of Envelopes, for an invention for — "Improvements in 
securing envelopes and in fastenings to be used therein." 

Proirinanat protection only. 

2278. Ur.vrv Parker, of Sledmere Costlc, in the East Riding of the County of 
York, Farmer and Land Agent, for an invention for — " An improved apparatus for 
the culti\'ation of land and other agricultural operations." Letters Patent sealed. 

2280. RoBKHT RiDLBV, of Low Wortley, in the County of York, Engineer, for 
on invention for — " Improvements in safety cages for mine shalts." 

Jjttters Patent sealed. 

2281. William Higglnbottom Treacher, of Blackfriars'Road, in theCounty 
of Surrey, Surgical Mechanieian, for an invention for — " Improvements in reapiratora." 

Provisional protection only. 

2283. Abthuh Granville Uhaddv, of Reading, in the County of Berks, 

Gentleman, for an invention for — " An improvement in connection with eollara and 

ties or other like articles of dress." Protiitional protection onti/. 

2283. Anton Benda, of 7^, Baainghall Street, in the City of London, Importer 
of Foreign Goods, for an invention for — " Improi'cmenta in the manufacture of 
models of the human and other figures, to be used as toys, for tuition, and for other 
[lurjioseB." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

2284. James Dhady, and Jamrb Braby, Junior, of Bridge House Place, New- 
ingtoD Causeway, in the Borough of -Southwark, ^lieelwrighta and Caniage Builders, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in whecb and wheeled carriages to be propelled 
by steam, horae, or other power, and in apparatus for retarding the same." 

Lellert Patent fettled. 

2285. JofiN Charles Ollerenshaw, of Manchester, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Merchant, for an invention for — " An improvement in cotton giiw." — A com- 
munication/rom Leicis S. Chicester, of New York, U. S. A. Lttier* Patent sealed. 

2288. Henry Liddlb, of Tonge, near Middleton, in the County of Lancaster, 
Silk Manufacturer, and John Booth, of the same place, Dyer, for an invention foi^ 
" Certain improvements in machinery or appaiKtus for pohahing and fiuisbing yama 
or threads." Proritional protection onlf. 



I 



141 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



COWELL. 

14th October 1858. 



COWPEB. 

i4th October 1858. 



Gordon. 

14th October 1858. 



Smith. 
14th October 1858. 

Ingram. 
14th October 1858. 

Clark. 

14th October 1858. 



Perkbs. 
14th October 1858. 

Martin. 
14th October 1858. 



Baxter. 

14th October 1858. 

Archer. 
14th October 1858. 

DiGGLE. 

14th October 1858. 

Newton. 
14th October 1858. 



LOMAS. 

14th October 1858. 



Jackson. 
15th October 1858. 



Bacon. 

15th October 1858. 



2287. Lambert Cowell^ of Adelphi, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in apparel affording the means for preserving 
life at sea and to prevent accidents to persons casually immersed in water." 

Letters Patent Mealed. 

2288. Charles Cowper, of No. 20, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
the manufacture of articles of hard vulcanized India-rubber and gutta-percha and 
similar gums." — A communication from Gustavus Cuppers, resident at College Point, in 
Long Island, in the State of New York, in the United States of America, 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2289. Alexander Gordon, Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, in 
London, and residing at Little Fife House, Whitehall, in the City of Westminster, 
for an invention for — " Improvements for manufacturing cast iron, steel, and wrought 
iron." — A communication from Antoine Galy Caialat, of Paris. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2290. James Randal Smith, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North 
Britain, Gentleman, for an invention for — "Improvements in apparatus for pro* 
pelling boats and vessels." Protfisional protection only. 

2291. Thomas Ingram, of Bradford, in the County of York, Foreman, for an 
invention for — '' Improvements in means or apparatus for signalling between the 
parts of a train of carriages." Letters Patent sealed, 

2292. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in tanning hides, 
and in apparatus employed therein." — A communication from Antoine Louis Adolphe 
Fttvier, Letters Patent sealed. 



2298. Samuel Perkbs, ofClapham, for an invention for — ''Improvements in 
machinery for extracting oil from the cocoa nut and other vegetable matters." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2294. Henry Martin, of Old Kent Road, in the County of Surrey, and of 
8, Scott's Yard, in the City of London, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
separating starch from gluten, in apparatus used therein, and also in prepaiing 
cement from gluten." Letters Patent sealed. 

2295. George Baxter, of Northampton Square, in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in colouring photographic pictures." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



2296. Thomas Archer, Junior, of Dunston, neai^ Gateshead, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in apparatus for preventing explosions of steam-boilers." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



2297. Squire Diggle, of Radcliffe, in the County of Lancaster, Machine Maker, 
for an invention for — ** Improvements in looms for weaving." — Letters Patent sealed. 



2298. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Ci\'il Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved 
construction of cabin or state room for steam boats and other vessels." — A commu- 
nication. Letters Patent sealed, 

2299. John LoaI as, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Calico Printer, 
for an invention for — ** Improvements in the production of ornamental fabrics for 
ladies* dresses." Provisional protection only, 

2800. Bobert Raynsford Jackson, of Blackburn, in the County of Lancaster, 
Cotton Spinner, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in machinery or appa- 
ratus for sizeing yam." Letters Patent sealed; no specification fUed. 

280L William Bacon, of Prestwich, in the County of Lancaster, Engineer, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the mode of constructing valves, valve cocks, 
gates, and stop cocks, which may be used in steam engineering and for other pur- 
poses." — A communication from J, R. and H. S, Robinson, of Clinton, in the United 
States of America, Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



l£tb October 1859. 



COVLOS. 
GlRAUD. 

16U) October 1B38. 



Uth October 1858. 

UlCK. 

Uakcrkavbh. 

Uarvood. 
16th October 1B58. 



302. Oeobre Davibs, of No. 1, Scrle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the County of 
Middlenjc, and No, ^^, St. Enoch Square, in the Citf of Gloagow, Civil En){incer 
ind Patent Agent, for bo invention for—" Improvements iti the nimiufticture of gloves 
in<l ill the oppnrBtu* employed therein." — A commuairalion. Lrlltrs Patent sealed. 



ooRE, Brewer, of the firm of Tennant, Brothers, Exchange 

the County of York, for an invention for — " Improvements in 

Letters Patent sealed. 



2303. Thomas 
Brewery, ShelGeli], 

refrigerators." 

S304. Saui'el Thomas Clabke, of 

the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for 
bankers' cheques and drafts," 

3308. John Wainwright, of Birkenhead. 

Surgeon, for an invention for — " Iraprovementa i 



Kildftre Terrace, Weslboume Pork, in 

1 invention for — " A mode of crossing 

Proviiional protection onlj/. 

I the County of Chester, Dental 

Proviaanal protection only, 
8303. Gkukge Tomlinbon Bousfiei-s, of LouRhhorouKh Pikrk, Brixton, in the 
County of Surrey, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for cutting 
the threads of wood screws." — A commuuicotion from Ntm York, Utiittd Statet qf 
America, Letters Patent sealed, 

S307. Geobgb Fkbgl'SBON Wilson, of Belmont, Vauxhall, in the County of 
Surrey, for au invention for — " Improvements in pre]iftrin|{ compounds containing 
sulphur for preventing and destroying blight, mildew, and insects." 

Letters Patent teaUd. 



NT Marcus, of the Province of .\lKiers, in Africa, now in 
n invention for — " An improved reaping-machine." 

Letters Paltnt 



Paris, 

leaM, 

930a. FiBMiN JoBEfK CoL'LON, and Simon Gouevboid Gibaud. of 2, Rue 
Saints Appoline, Paris, Empire of France, and of 45, Eskx Street, Strand, London, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the process of ornamenting skin and 
leather." Letters Patent tealtd. 

2810. Thomas Wbikht Gabokner Tbbebv, of No. 1, Westhoumc Terrace 
Villas, Paddington, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for— 
" An improvement in breech-loading fire-arms and cannon." Letters Patent sealed. 

asn. Hesbv Francis, of No. 456, West Strand, Westminster, in the County of 
Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for—" Machinery for making the spring* of 
surgical trusses," ProFwionoi pro/re/ioa only. 



3312. JoBBP) 

for applying the 
S3IS, John 11 



iLLABD^f Paris (Frincel, Civil Engineer, for an inven- 
generating hydrogen, and in the uicans of and apparatus 
lighting and heating purposes." Letters Patent sealed. 

and William Hargbbavbb, both of the firm of Uer^an 



, pi. 



the County of Lancaster, Engineers, and 

f, MilltvriKbt, in the employ of the said 

Letters Patent sealed. 



Hick and Son, of tiolton-le-MoL 
Robert Hakwood, of the sun 
Benjamin Hick and Son, for an 
regulators for prime movers." 

2314. Peteb Jensen, of Copenhagen, in the Kingdom of Uenmark. but r 
residing at 7, Mount Gardens, Westminster Rolid. Lambeth, London, Engineer, f.ir 
in invention for— "An improved apparatus for governing or regulating the 8|«;ed 
if marine engines." Primsional pruterliun only. 

aSlB. Alkxan-der Robertson, of Lounsdale, in the County of Renfrew. North 
Britain, Bleacher, for an invention foi^-" Improvements in applying starch and 
similar matters." Prorisional proteetiun only, 

aaia. Arthur. Dunn, of 1, Dalston Terrace East, in the County of Middlesex, 
Fancy Soap Maker, for an invention for-^" An improvement in preparing marking 

npounds to be used on linen and other fabrics." Letttrs Patent sealed. 

2817. Benjamin Nickels, of Mitcliam. in the County of Surrey, Analytical 
and Mctallurgic Chemist, for an invention fur—" Improvements in electric telegraphs." 

Utltrs Paltnt naltd. 



146 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Clay. 
18ih October 1858. 

Mason. 
18tli October 1868. 

Powell. 
18th October 1858. 

West. 
18th October 1858. 

TiDMAN. 

18th October 1858. 



Brooman. 
18th October 1858. 



Cornish. 
18th October 1858. 

Newton. 
18th October 1858. 



Drayson. 

BiNNEY. 

18th October 1858. 



JSmith. 
18th October 1858. 

Walker. 
19th October 1858. 

Whitworth. 
19th October 1858. 



Batho. 
Bauer. 

19th October 1858. 

Owen. 
Duckworth. 
19th October 1858. 

Allan. 

Whimster. 

Gray, 

19th October 1858. 

Richmond. 
19th October 1858. 



2318. William Clay, of Ellesraere, in the County of Shropshire, Agricultural 
Implement Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in combined thrashmg 
and dressing machines." Letters Patent sealed. 

2310. Joseph Anthony Mason, of Wirksworth, in the County of Derby, Land 
Surveyor, for an invention for — " Improvements in washing-machines, and apparatus 
for wringing and manghng." Promsional proteeikn only, 

2320. William Augustus Frederick Powell, of Bristol, in the County of 
Somersetshire, Potter, for an invention for — ** Improvements in stopping or cloang 
jars and bottles." ProvisUnuU praieetum only. 

2321. Charles West, 15, Momington Place, Camberwell New Road, London, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the mode of insulating and ooveriQg wire." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2322. Robert Tidman, of Jermyn Street, St. James', in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Engineer and Builder, for an invention for — " Improvements in machineiy or 
apparatus for paying out and for raising electric telegraph cables.'' 

Provisional protection only. 

2323. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the manufacture of small chains and links for the same." — 
A communication from H. Jesson, of Paris. Provisional protection only, 

2324. Kenneth Henry Cornish, of 17, Chapel Street East, May Fair, W., 
Surgeon, for an invention for — " A new mode of advertising." 

Provisional proiection only, 

2325. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in apparatus for lighting gas and other lamps." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only. 

2326. Alfred Wilks Drayson, of Plumstead, in the County of Kent, Captain 
in the Royal Artillery, and Charles Richard Binney, of Woolwich, in the same 
County, Captain in the Royal Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
submarine telegraphic cables." Letters Patent sealed. 

2327. John Smith, of Newport, in the County of Salop, Engineer, for an in- 
vention for — '' Improvements in rough shoeing beasts of draught and burden." 

lietters Patent sealed. 



2328. Edmund W^tlker, of London Street, in the City of London, for an in- 
vention for — " An improved filter." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

2320. Joseph Whitworth, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in guns, gun carriages, and 
ammunition." Letters Patent sealed, 

2330. William Fothergill Batho, and Eugene Moritz Bausr» of Sal- 
ford, near Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Engineers and Tool Makers, fi^ 
an invention for — " Improvements in screws, worms, and wheels, and in machineiy 
or apparatus for cutting the same." Provisional protection only, 

2331. John Owen, and Hindle Duckworth, both of Blackburn, in the 
County of Lancaster, Machinists, for an invention for — ** Improvements in looms." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2332. Alexander Allan, Engineer, Thomas Whimster, Gas Engineer, and 
Robert Gray, Gas Inspector, all of Perth, in the County of Perth, North Britain, 
for an invention for — ** Improvements in steam-boilers, also applicable in part to gas 
meters, lamps, and lubricating and other apparatus requiring a constant liquid level, 
and in part to pressure indicating apparatus." Letters Patent sealed. 

2333. John Richmond, Engineer and Machinist, of 21, Carlisle Terrace, Fair- 
field Road, Bow, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " The con- 
struction of valves applicable especially to water-meters and other inatruments for 
measuring fluids, and all hydraulic purposes." Provisional protection only- 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



19th October lC5d. 



19th October 1858. 



J9th OctQlwr ISSfl. 

RlDDLK. 

I9th Octoher 1858, 

Stikbel. 
tOth October 1858. 



IVgLLB. 

1 90th OctoW 1858. 



It October 1858. 
Clkbc. 
I Slat October 1858. 



KVTOX. 

aiitOebdierlt 



k 



2334. William Edward Nkwton, of the OiBce for Patents, 66, Chancery Laiie, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engioeer, for an inveotioD for — " Improvements in 
appuralim for washing clothes and other articles," — A cotnmunicalton, 

Lelltn Patent sealnl. 

2336. William Eowakd Newrox, of the OtSce for Patents, 66, Chancer; Laae, 
in the Countf of Middlesex, Civil Engines, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
the hanging and arranging of cylindrical, conical, or spiml st«el rulroad springs for 
railtvay carriages." — A eomnmnicalion. hellen Patent staled. 

2336. William Gossagb, of Widnei, in the County of Lancaster, Chemist, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the utiliiation of alkali waste." 

Provmonal protecl'um only. 

8837. Richard Archibald Dbooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in propelling vessels." — A commiiaicalion from J. C. 
Mfumer, of Pari*. I^ttert Patent iealed. 

2838. John Grant, of Hyde Park Street, in the County of Middlesex, Captain 
late Royal ArtiUerj-, for an invention for — " Improvements in constructinfj and 
arranging ovens suitable for baking bread." Letters Patent sealeti. 

339. William Riddle, of Westboume Terrace, Bamshury Park, in the County 
of Midiilesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in packing or fomung mer- 
chandixe or goods into bales." Letters Patent sealed. 

2340. Leopold Stiebel, of the City of London, Merchant, and Ciiarler 
INLAY Oliphant Glabhford, of Greenwich, in the County of Kent, Chemist, 
ir an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for moulding washing blues and 

other materials while in a plastic state." Provisional protection only. 

2341. RoBMtT Dawson Cleog, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in screws." — Letters Patent sealed. 

2342. Phihi> Christian- .Stobtk, of Havelock Buildings, Bold Street, Uver- 
pool, in the County of Lancaster, Photi^[rapher, for an invention for — " I in prove me nta 

1 the materials for photographic plates." Provisional protection only. 

2343. Robert GRirpiTHx, of 69, Mornington Road. Regent's Park, London, 
Engineer, for an invention for^— " Improvements in baths." Letters Patent sealed. 

2344. Thomas Twells. of the Town ant! County of the Town of Nottingham, 
Mechanist, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for embroidering or 

mnmenting woven, looped, or lace fabrics." LelttriTatent sealed. 

2346. John Wainwrioht. of Birkenhead, in the County of Chester, Dental 

Surgeon, for an invention for — " Improvements in ventilating houses and other 

places." Letters Patent sealed. 

2346. Sawurl Thomas Clarke, of 30, Kildare Tenace, Westbuume Park, in 
the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in appa- 

i for crossing bankers' cheques and drafts." Letter* Patent sealed. 

2347. Charles Copfey Alcsr, of Newburgh, in the County of Orange, of the 
State of New York, in the United States of America, but now at No. A\. Parhament 
Street, Westminster, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in cupola furnaces." Provisional protection only. 

2348. Jonas Marland, of Sun Vale Iron Works, WaUdcn, in the County of 
Lancaster, and Samuel Marland, also of Sun Vale Iron Works, WaUden, in the 
County of Lancaster, Machinists, for on invention for — " Certain improvements in 
power looms." Letters Patent sealed. 

2348. Peter Clerc, and Adolphb Piagkt, of No. 4, Newcaatle Place, Clerk- 
enwell, Middlesex, for an invention for — "An improved method of winding watches. 
chronometers, and time pieces, without the use of a lepente key." 

Procisioaal protection only. 
8360. CiiARLas Wvb Williams, of liverpool. Gentleman, and Gbohob Evton, 
of the same Town, in the County of Lancaster. Chemist, for an invention for—" lin- 
provcmenla in the coiutruction of locomotive and other itwm-boilers." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

K 2 



148 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Napier. 
2l8t October 1858. 

Horn. 
21st October 1868. 



Redford. 
2lBt October 1858. 

Baldwin. 
2l3t October 1858. 

Brooman. 
21st October 1858. 



Brooman. 
21st October 1858. 



Brooman. 
21st October 1858. 



Johnson. 
21st October 1858. 



Burridge. 
22nd October 1858. 



Whitehall. 
22nd October 1858. 



Baonall. 
Bagnall. 
22nd October 1858. 

Shaw. 
22nd October 1858. 



Waller. 
22nd October 1858. 

Kennedy. 
Armstrong. 
22nd October 1858. 

Clay. 

22nd October 1858. 

Palmer. 

Palmer. 

23rd October 1858. 



2851. James Murdoch Napier, of York Road, Lambeth, Engineer, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in printing presses and printing machines.*' 

Letterg Patent sealed, 

2352. Edwin Bartholomew Horn, of the State of Massachusetts, of tiie 
United States of America, for an invention for — " An improved compensation ^^la- 
ratus for a hair spring balance for a watch or time-piece." 

Complete specification ; Letters Patent seakd, 

2858. George Redford, of Moseley, in the Parish of King's Norton, in the 
County of Worcester, for an invention for — ** A circular and self-acting cartridge 
pouch .' ' Provisional protection osbf. 

2354. James Baldwin, Junior, of Birmingham, in the County of WanridLt 
Paper Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in files or holders for 
papers, letters, bags, and other similar articles." Letters Patent sealed, 

2355. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the Gtj of 
London, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in knitting-frames." — A communication from Madame Hammertin, 

Provisional protection only, 

2858. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of Lon- 
don, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in apparatuses for regulating the supply of fluids." — A eowmnu 
cation from P. J, Guyet, of Paris, Provisional protection only, 

2857. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — ''Improvements in cocks, taps, and other apparatuses for regulating the 
flow of fluids." — A communication from P, J, Guyet, of Paris. 

Provisional protection only, 

2858. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britun, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — ** Improvements in apparatus for lubricating railway 
axles and other bearings." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

2858. Joseph Burridge, House Painter and Decorator, of No. 151, Great 
Portland Street, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — ** Improvements 
in firelighters." Letters Patent sealed j no specification fled, 

2860. Edwin Whitehall, of Bromley Place, in the Parish of St. Nicholas, 
Town and County of Nottingham, for an invention for — ** Certain improvements in 
machinery for the manufacture of cap fronts." Provisional prctection only, 

2861. James Bagnall, and William Bagnall, of Westbromwich, in the 
County of Stafford, Ironmasters, for an invention for — ^"An improvement in the 
manufacture of iron." Letters Patent sealed. 

2862. Alexander Shaw, of the Earle's Field Works, Grantham/in the Counfy 
of Lincoln, Leather Dresser, and Fellmonger, and Glue and Parchment Manufacturer, 
for an invention for — " A new method or mode of raising nap on the linings of sheep 
skins." Letters Patent sealed. 

2363. Richard Waller, of No. 50, Baker Street, Portman Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in obtaining motive- 
power, and in apparatus connected therewith." Letters Patent sealed. 

2364. Robert Kennedy, and James Armstrong, both of Lisbum^ in the 
Kingdom of Ireland, for an invention for — " An improved kiln for drying grain." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2365. Charles Clay, of Walton Grange, Wakefield, in the County of York, for 
an invention for — *' Improvements in apparatus for harrowing, scarifying, and culti- 
vating land." Letters Patent seakd. 

2866. Edwin Palmer, of Thetford, in the County of Suffolk, Engineer, and 
Edward Palmer, of Thetford, aforesaid. Iron Founder, for an invention for — "Im- 
provements in machinery or apparatus for cutting hay, straw^ or other similar sub- 
stances." Letters Pqtent seakd. 



Stobtz. 
S3rd October 1858. 



^^^ Davibs, 

BSrd Uctobcr l8aS. 



Nktcton, 
9Srd October \Sl 



ijtSth October \s^. 



2ath October IBoH. 

rFoWKB. 
th October IES8. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 1« 

2367. Philip Ch rinti an Stortz, of Havelock Buildinjics. Bold Street, Liverpool, 

ill the County of Lancaaler, Photogra]iher. for on invention for — "An improvement 
for taking lift size pictures from smuller pictures, either n-ith or without the aid of 
photographj." ProvitionBl proleHion oniy. 



ASHWOBTH. 
ASHWORTH. 

2Sth October l«8. 

WniTB. 

25th October 185S. 

Kent. 
SSlb October 1858. 



2868. Eni 



: Shei 



County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for i 
Inrnps."— ^ commrniicatityn. 



0, of Jcrmjn Street, 'Wcatminster, in the 

invention for — " ImproveraenU 'ia electric 

Lfitert Patent italeJ. 




2360. Rudolph Bodmbr, of 2, Thnvies Inn, Holbom, in the City of London, for 

an invention for — " An improved toy or plaything for children." — A commimiciilioa 
from Charles Thfyenot, qf Paris, in the Empire of FraHce. Letters Patent scaled. 

2370. George Davies. of No. 1, Serle Street, Uncoln's Inn, in the County of 
MidiUcsex, and No. 2H, St. Enoch Square, in the City of GLwrow, Civil EnKincer 
nnd Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in weaving." — A eom- 
manicatioa. Procisiojial yrolectton only- 

2371. JouN CowDEBV MARTrv, of Fern Cottage, Charlewood Road, Putney, in 
the County of Surrey, Gentleman, for an invention for — " An improvenient in the 
manufacture of metal moulds for moulding jiloatic substances." 

Prminonal protection only. 

2372. WtLLiAM Edward Newtos, of the Office for Patents, 6G, Chancery Lane, 
in the Coimty of Middlesex. Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in pumiis." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

2373. William Edward Nbwtox. of the Office foe Patents. 66, Chancery Unc. 
in the Connty of Middlesex, Ciril Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
telegrophic apparutus." — .1 commuaicalion. Lellrrs Palnil sealed. 

2374. Edward Cottaw, of Lower Belgravc Place, Pimlico, in tlie County of 
Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — "Improvements in the internal BtlinRS 
of carriages." Protrisionttl protteiion only. 

237B. Mauk Maron, of Manchester, in the County of Ijancaater, Machinist, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in elevating stands or sta);es for the use of hose- 
man in extinguishing fires, also for decorating windows, public buildings, and other 
purposes." Provisioiuii proteclioit only. 

2376. JoREPH Jamb.'! Wrlcii, and John Stewart Mabcktbon, both of 
Cheapside, in the City of Ijondon, for an invention for — " Improvements in the 
mnnufacture of scarflB for gentlemen's wear." Letters Patent seated. 

8377. Francih Fowks, of Park House. South Kensington, in the County of 
Middlesex, Captain in the Royal Engineers, for an invention foi^— " Improvements in 
umbrellas and parasols." Letters Patent sealed, 

S37B. John Ronn, of Aberdeen, in the County of Aberdeen, North Britain, Mer- 
chant, for on in\"ention for — " Improvements in propellers for ahipa and boats." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2370. Thomas Asbworth, and Joseph . 
County of Ijinoaster, Manufacturers, for 
in poiver looms for weaving." 

S380. William Csaddock, and John White, both of Archer Street, St. James*. 
in the County of Middlesex, Harness Platers, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in the connecting links of harness hames." Letters Patent staled. 

238L Gkoiioe Kent, of High Holbom, in the County of Middlesex, Machinist, 
for an invention for — ^"An improved chum." — .i commuu»ca/ioa. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2S62, .^LpHED Vincent Newton, of the Office fi)r Patents, CG, Chaneeiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an ini'cntion for — " An 
improvement in the manufacture of candles." — A commaniealion. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2383. Stei'hes Roshin Parkhurbt, of the City and Stale of New York. 
United States of America, for an inveution fof — " Improvements in cotton gins." 

Lellrrs Patent ttaltd. 



H, of Pendleton, in the 

—" Certain improvements 

Letters Patent sealed. 



150 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Mason. 
26th October 1858. 



Newton. • 
26th October 1858. 



WiELAND. 

26th October 1858. 

GOODFELLOW. 

27th October 1858. 

Luis. 
27th October 1858. 



Luis. 
27th October 1858. 



Bleakley. 

27th October 1858. 

Beau. 

27th October 1858. 

KiNSEY. 

27th October 1858. 

Cheyne. 
27th October 1858. 

Wray. 

27th October 1858. 



Speight. 
27th October 1858. 



Mason. 
27th October 1858. 

Gardiner. 
27th October 1858. 



Almond. 
27th October 1858. 

MoTT. 

27th October 1858. 

Varlby. 

2Bth October 1858. 



2884. Mark Mason, of Manchester, in the Countf of Lancaster, Machinist, for 
an invention for — ** Improvements in self-acting feeding machines or apparatus for 
all descriptions of steam or other letter-press printing machines or presses." 

Provisional protection only, 

2885. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancexy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an mvention for — " Im- 
proved machinery for pulverizing, kneading, pressing, and moulding clay and other 
plastic materials." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

2886. Charles Wieland, of Warkworth Terrace, Commercial Road, lime- 
house, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in 
chronometers, watches, and such like time-keepers." Provisional protection onhf. 

2887. Benjamin Goodfellow, of Hyde, in the County of Chester, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Certain improvements in steam-engines." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2888. 3oz± Luis, of the British and Foreign Office for Patents, No. 1b, Welbeck 
Street, Cavendish Square, London, in the County of Middlesex, for an inyention 
for — " A new syphon water-wheel receiving its water without destroying the water 
level." — A communication. Provisional protection only, 

2888. Jozi Luis, of the British and Fordgn Office for Patents, No. 1b, Welbeck 
Street, Cavendish Square, London, in the County of Middlesex (Patent Agent), for 
an invention for — " A new machine for boring," — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2890. James Bleakley, of Accrington, in the County of Lancaster, Machinist, 
for an invention for — ''Improvement in boilers, flues, and the methods of finng the 
same." Provisional protection only, 

2881. Adolphe Paul Auouste Beau, of 152, Regent Street, London, for an 
invention for — " A pocket stereoscope." Letters Patent sealed. 



2892. John Kinsey, of Brighton, Engineer, for an invention for — "Improve- 
ments in steam-engines and pumps." Letters Patent sealed. 

2898. Charles Cheyne, of Great George Street, in the City of Westminster, 
Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of floon 
and ceilings." Provisional protection only. 

2294. Leonard Wray, of No. 5, Devonshire Street, Portland Place, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — ''The preparation and application of a 
substitute for gutta-percha, caoutchouc, and similar substances." 

Provisional protection only. 

2895. George Speight, of 19, Woodbridge Street, Clerkenwell, in the County 
of Middlesex, Artist in Hair, for an invention for — " Improved plaits and curls or 
ringlets for head-dresses or ornaments or additions to the natural hair, and an im- 
proved apparatus for the manufacture of curls or ringlets." Letters Patent sealed. 

2896. Mark Ma^on, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Madiiniat, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in letter-press printing machines." 

Provisional prote^ion only. 

2897. Perry Green Gardiner, of the City, County, and State of Neiir Toik, 
Mechanical Engineer (U. States of America), for an invention for — " Furnaces for 
reheating steel preparatory to hardening, tempering, or annealing." 

Provisional protection only. 

2898. Thomas Almond, of 22, Pickering Place, Fkddington, in the County of 
Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in furnaces for the better 
combustion of smoke." Letters Patent sealed* 

2899. John William Mott, of Lea Bridge Road, in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in pouches of india-rubber for holding tobacco 
or other substances." Letters Patent sealed, 

2400. DuxBURY Varlby, of Over Darwen, in the County of Lancaster, for an 
invention for — " An improved picker for looms." Provisional protection mdy. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



151 



Casbntini. 
Barnard. 
28th October 1858. 



Gardiner. 
29th October 1858. 



Wbstbrby. 
28th October 1858. 



POOLBY. 

28th October 1858. 



Railton. 
28th October 1858. 

Heywood. 
28th October 1858. 



Evans. 
28th October 1858. 



FOSTBR. 

Smith. 
28th October 1858. 



MUNRO. 

2Sth October 1858. 

Smith. 
28th October 1858. 

Hall. 
Wblls. 
28th October 1858. 

Bbunon. 
29th October 1858. 

KiRRAGB. 

29th October 1858. 



Dranbpibld. 
29th October 1858. 

Wright. 
29th October 1858. 



2401. Giovanni Mariano Casentini, and James Orme Barnard, both of 
Hercules Buildinpfs, Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, ^Vrchitectural Modellers, and 
Copartners in Trade, for an invention for — " A certain composition to be used in the 
manufacture of articles composed of or made with plaster of Paris and other similar 
substances," Letters Patent sealed. 

2402. Perry Green Gardiner, of the City, County, and State of New York, 
in the United States of America, for an invention for — " A new and useful apparatus 
for cooling and preserving an equable and low temperature in the oil or composition 
or other fluid mixture vised for the purposes of tempering, annealing, or hardening 
steel." Provisional protection only, 

2403. John Westerby, of Upper Aspley, Huddersfield, in the County of York, 
Engineer, for an invention for — ** An improved application of steam to vessels filled 
with oil, tallow, or other materials for lubricating the cylinders of steam-engines of 
high or low pressure." Letters Patent sealed, 

2404. Charles Poo ley, of the City of Manchester, Cotton Spinner, for an 
invention for — *' Certain improvements in and applicable to carding-engines and other 
machines for preparing cotton and other fibrous materials." Letters Patent sealed, 

2405. Timothy Railton, of the City of Manchester, ManufEu;turer, for an inven- 
tion for — *' Improvements in the apparatus employed in the manufacture of cap or 
bonnet fronts." ' Letters Patent sealed. 

2406. Abel Heywood, of the City of Manchester, Paper Maker and Stainer, 
for an invention for — "Improvements in machinery or apparatus for suspending 
paper and woven fabrics to be dried." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

2407. John Evans, of Brewers' House, Nine Elms, Battersea, in the County of 
Surrey, Engineer, for an invention for — "Improvements in lubricating the slide valves 
and pistons of steam-engines, and in apparatus for this purpose." 

Provisional protection only, 

2408. Benjamin Foster, of Denholme, near Bradford, in the County of York, 
Spinner, and Prince Smith, of Keighley, in the County of York, Machinist, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for spinning and doubling 
wool, alpaca, mohair, cotton, silk, flax, and other fibrous substances." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2408. William Munro, of 32, Bartholomew Close, m the City of London, 
Manufacturing Chemist, for an invention for — " A new manufacture of capsules and 
other metallic articles." Letters Patent sealed. 

2410. James Smith, of the City of Bristol, Horse-hair Seating and Curled-hair 
Manufacturer, for an invention for—" Improved hats and coverings for the head." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2411. Walter Hall, and Arthur Wells, both of Erith, in the County of 
Kent, India-rubber Web Manufacturers, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
electric telegraph cables, and in machinery employed for the manufacture thereof." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2412. Pierre Brunon, of Paris, France, Manufacture, for an invention for— 
" An improved mode of manufacturing cocks." Letters Patent sealed. 



2418. William Kirrage, of No. 10, Goulston's Buildings, Bermondsey New 
Road, in the County of Surrey, Surveyor, for an invention for—" An improved elastic 
combination of materials impervious to atmospheric influences, as a substitute for 
hard woods, metal, leather, or felting, and for other purposes." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2414. John Dransfield, of Waterhead Mill, Oldham, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Hat Manufacturer, for an invention for—" Certain improvements in cocks, 
taps or valves." Provisional protection only. 

2415. Peter Wright, of Dudley, in the County of Worcester, Manufiwjturer, for 
an invention for — *' Improvements in the manufacture of anvils." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



152 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Newton. 
29th October 1858. 



Dixon. 

29th October 1858. 

Wright. 
29th October 1858. 



Zanni. 

29th October 1858. 

Chandler. 
Oliver. 
29th October 1858. 

Brooman. 
29th October 1858. 

Lewis. 
29th October 1858. 



Morris. 
29th October 1858. 

Drummond. 

29th October 1858. 

Johnson. 
29th October 1858. 



CONINGSBY. 

30th October 1858. 

Hughes. 
dOth October 1858. 



Wriglby. 
Ist November 1858. 

Dayies. 

Ist November 1858. 



Vbro. 

EVERITT. 

Ut November 1858. 



2416. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chanoefj Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " An hnpioved 
method of attaching wheels to the axles of nulway carriages." — A communicatum. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2417. Joseph Dixon, of Jersey City, in the State of New Jersey, United States 
of America, for an invention for — '' A method of manufacturing steel." 

Provisional protection ombf. 

2418. James Wright, of 21, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London, County ^ 
Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — '' An improved application of ma- 
chinery to be used as a new motive propelling power." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2418. Geminiano Zanni, of Union Street, Bamet, in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — "Improvements in arranging magneto-electric machines for 
medical and other |farposes." Letters Patent sealed, 

2420. Robert Wilson Chandler, of Bow, in the County of Middlesex, En- 
gineer, and Thomas Oliver, of Hatfield, in the County of Hertford, Fanner, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in agricultural apparatuses for ploughing and other- 
wise operating upon land." Letters Patent sealed, 

2421. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, B.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — "Improvements in obtaining 
motive-power." — A communication from Joseph Vanossi, Provisional protection only, 

2422. Lester John Lewis, Jeweller, of New Bridge Street, Birmingham, in the 
County of Warwick, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in fastenings for 
ladies' dresses and other such like purposes, as also rn the machinery for manufac- 
turing the same." Letters Patent sealed, 

2428. John Morris, of Broughton, Salford, in the County of Lancaster, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of rollers or cylinders for printing 
fabrics." Letters Patent sealed. 

2424. James Drummond, of Cameron Bank, in the tk)unty of Midlothian, 
North Britain, Farmer, for an invention for — " Improvements in reaping and mowing 
machines." Letters Patent sealed, 

2425. John -Henry Johnson, of 47> Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in photography and in the appa- 
ratus connected therewith." — A communication from Gaspard Felix Fourmachon, ealkd 
Nadar, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Photographist. 

Provisional protection only. 

2426. Robert James Coningsby, of London, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer, for an invention for — '' Improved apparatus for turning over the leaves of 
music or of books." Provisional protection only. 

2427. Edward Thomas Hughes, of the firm of Hughes and Son, Patent 
Agents, 123, Chancery Lane, London, W.C., for an invention for — '* Improvements 
in machineiy or apparatus to prevent railway accidents." — A communication from 
Jean Amable Dehrmas, jeune, and Amahle Gaspard Terrel, both residing at Lyons, in 
the Empire of France. Letters Patent sealed. 

2428. Francis Wrigley, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Consulting 
Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved self-acting safety coupling for railway 
and other purposes." Letters Patent sealed. 

2429. George Davies, of No. 1, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, in the County of 
Middlesex, and No. 28, St. Enoch Square, in the City of Glasgow, Civil Engineer 
and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery for weaving 
velvets and other piled fabrics." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed* 

2480. Charles Vero, of Atherstone, in the County of Warwick, Hat Manufac- 
turer, and James Evbritt, of Atherstone aforesaid. Hat Manufiicturer, for an 
invention for — ** Improvements in the manufacture of hats and other coverings for 
the head, a part of which improvements is also applicable to the manufacture of felt" 

Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



153 



Hknson. 

Henson. 

Ist November 1858. 

DOBSON. 

Pearcr. 
Ist November 1858. 

Cariss. 
Ist November 1858. 

Maynard. 
Ist November 1858. 

Pbrlby. 
1st November 1858. 

Palmer. 
1st November 1858. 

Beaver. 

2nd November 1858. 

Mbnnons. 
2nd November 1858. 



Mbnnons. 
2nd November 1858. 



TOMASINI. 

2nd November 1858. 

Brouoh. 
2nd November 1858. 



Smith. 
2nd November 1858. 

Lancaster. 
2nd November 1858. 

Lavater. 

2nd November 1858. 

Barclay. 

2nd November 1858. 



Kyle. 
2nd November 1858. 

Sampsox. 
Machon. 
Bartholomew. 
2nd November 1858. 



2481. Henry Henson Benson, and William Frederick HENSON,of No. 38, 
Parliament Street, in the City of Westminster, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in the manufacture and treatment of starch for domestic purposes." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2432. John Dobson, and Daniel Pearce, of Sunt James' Street, in the 
County of Middlesex, Glass Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in 
the manufacture of bird cages." Letters Patent sealed. 



'2433. John Cariss, of York, Yorkshire, for an invention for — "An improved 
safety switch box and gear." Letters Patent sealed* 

2434. Edward Maynard, of Brooklyn, in the County of Kings, and State of 
New York, United States of America, for an invention for — " Improvements in sub- 
marine telegraph cables." Ijetters Patent sealed, 

2485. Charles Perley, of the City and State of New York, United States of 
America, for an invention for — " Certain improved means for disconnecting boats 
from the davit blocks, and effecting other like objects." Letters Patent sealed, 

2436. William Palmer, of the City and State of New York, United States 
of America, for an invention for—" Improvements in fire-arms." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2487. Louis Beaver, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Jeweller, for 
an invention for — *' An improvement in sleeve links." Provisional protection only, 

2438. Marc Antoine Francois Mennons, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de I'Echiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — 
" An improved system of railway brakes." — A communication from Claude Amoux, 
residing at Paris, Letters Patent sealed, 

2438. Marc Antoine Fran<;;ois Mennons, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de TEchiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — 
" An improved combination for the production of voltaic electricity, and its appli- 
cation as a curative agent to certain parts of the human body." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2440. DoMENico ToMAsiM, of Store Street, Bedford Square, in the County of 
Middlesex, Upholsterer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in respirators." 

Provisional protection only* 

2441. Nehemiah Brougii, Machinist, of Birmingham, in the County of War- 
wick, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in buttons and in the means 
of attaching them to garments, which said means is also applicable for other 
purposes." Letters Patent sealed, 

2442. Robert Creed Smith, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, 
Glass Mould Maker, for an invention for — "A new or improved buoy or wreck 
intelligencer." Letters Patent seeded, 

2443. John Lancaster, of Belfast, in the County of Antrim, Ireland, for an 
invention for — " A new or improved method of driving and curbing horses." 

Provisional protection only, 

2444. Manuel Leopold Jonas Lavater, of the Strand, in the County of 
Middlesex, India-rubber Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
cartridges for military and other purposes." Provisional protection only, 

2445. Andrew Barclay, residing in Kilmarnock, in the County of Ayr, North 
Britain, Engineer, for an invention for — *' Certain improvements in electric and 
magnetic or electro-magnetic telegraphs applicable to submarine and land communi- 
cation." Provisional protection only, 

2446. David Dunne Kyle, of Albany Street, Regent's Park, in the County 
of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in boots and shoes." 

Provisional protection only, 

2447. James Sampson, John Machon, and James Bartholomew, all of 
Sheffield, for an invention for — *' Improvements in railway carriage breaks." 

Provisional protectiom only* 



154 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



• M'DOUGALL. 

2nd November 1858. 



Dodge. 
2nd November 1858. 



• BOTTOMLBY. 

3rd November 1858. 



Glassford. 
3rd November 1858. 

Tertian-Moret. 
3rd November 1858. 



Blumderg. 
3rd November 1858. 



Tall. 
3rd November 1858. 

Fryer. 
Watt. 
Holmes. 
3rd November 1858. 

Mawdsley. 
3rd November 1858. 



Mawdsley. 
3rd November 1858. 



Fowler. 
Burton. 
Greio. 

3rd November 1858. 

BussE. 
3rd November 1858. 



Fielding. 
4th November 1858. 

Ox LEY. 

4th November 1858. 

Vasserot. 
4th November 1858. 



2448. Alexander M^Douoall, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Manufacturing Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction 
of reservoirs, tanks, culverts, sea-walls, and other erections required to exclude water 
or damp." Provisional protection only, 

2440. Nathaniel Shattswell Dodge^ of 44, St. Paul's Church Yard, in the 
City of London, Merchant and Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in treating waste vulcanized India-rubber." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2450. Smith Bottom ley, of Bradford, in the County of York, Warehouseman 
to Messrs. Churton, Bankart, and Hirst, of Bradford, in the said County, Stuff 
Merchants, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of moreens and 
other fabrics of a similar character." Letters Patent sealed. 



2451. Charles Fin lay Oliphant Glassford, of Greenwich, in the County 
of Kent, Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufiEusture of manure 
from the excreta of towns." Provisional protection only, 

2452. Hyacinthe Tertian-Moret, of No. 1b, Welbeck Street, Cavendish 
Square, London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — "The appli- 
cation of a mineral named Deterso as a disinfecting, preserving, absorbing, and 
curative powder." Letters Patent sealed; no specification filed, 

2453. Victor Blumberg, of Bloomfield Lodge, Notting Hill, in the County 
of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction 
of slate billiard tables, which improvements are also applicable for other useful 
purposes." Letters Patent sealed, 

2454. Joseph Tall, of CoUingwood Street, Blackfriars' Road, County of Surrey, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in brushes or brooms for sweeping 
floors, carpets, and other similar articles." Provisional protectum only, 

2455. Daniel Fryer, Thomas Leach Cross Watt, and William Holmes, 
all of No. 48 Paternoster Row, in the City of London, for an invention for — ** Im- 
provements in tanning hides and skins." Letters Patent sealed. 



2456. Peter Alfred Mawdsley, of Seacombe, in the County of Chester, 
Smalt Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improved machinery or apparatus for 
drying yams after being sized or stiffened, and the use or application of a certain 
substance or substances in the sizing, stiffening, or otherwise preparing yams and 
woven fabrics or either of them." Letters Patent sealed, 

2457. Peter Alfred Mawdsley, of Seacombe, in the County of Chester, 
Smalt Manufacturer, for an invention for — ''The use or apphcation of a certain 
substance or substances in the manufacture, stiffening, or sizing of paper." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2458. John Fowler, Junior, Robert Burton, and David Greig, all of 
Comhill, in the City of London, for an invention for — " Improvements in applying 
motive-power to actuate ploughs and other agricultiural implements." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2458. Frederick Bernhard Busse, of Carlton Terrace, Sydenham Park, in the 
County of Kent, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in breech-loading 
fire-arms." — A communication from Mr, Theodor Knauth, of Leipsic, 

Provisional protectum only, 

2460. Enoch Fielding, of Todmorden, in the County of Lancaster, Factoiy 
Operative, for an invention for — *' An improved method of preserving the form of 
cops of yam by the application of adhesive substances." Letters Patent sealed, 

2461. John Oxley, of Camden Town, for an invention for — ** Improvements in 
carriages and wheel vehicles." Letters Patent sealed, 

2462. Charles Frederic Vasserot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — ** Improved driving machinery applicable for 
thrashing grain, and other agricultural purposes." — A communication from Auguste 
Bauquin, residing at Nantes, Loire Inf&ieure, in the Empire of France, 

Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



401 November 1858. 



Baggb. 
4th November 1858. 



Rowland. 

Dbwbcbbt. 

6th November 1859. 



M'Cluse. 
5th November ISm. 



5lh November \»5S. 

SCHWAHTEKORF. 



5th November 1H58. 



2463. Gkorgk Palmer Evelvn, of Eccleston Teimce, to tbe Countf of Mid- 
dlesex, Esquire, for an inventioa fop — " 'ITje improverooit of the form of the stocks 
of rifles, csrbineB, and other 6re-Brm8." Ltllrrs Patent staled. 



)w, in the County nf LAnark, North 

" Improvements in obtunin^ motive- 

Prorisionat protettion only. 



S464. Jamea Rodebt Napier, 

Britain, Civil Engineer, for an invent 
power by means of heot." 

246S. Colin Mather, of Salford, in the County nf L&ncasler. Machinist, for an 
invention for—" fmprovements in drying yams while in the bank." 

IietlfTi Palmt sealed ; no ipenficalumjiled. 

of Manchester, in the County of LaDcasler, 

for — " Improvements in printing and dyeing 

Proriilonal protection oali/. 

MA.N, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of Lon- 

—" Improvement* in treating air and 

for obtoining m olive-power. "- 

Le/(er» Patent i. 



2468. William Tudor Mabli 

Mechanical Engineer, for an invent 
woven fabrics." — A commanication. 

3467. Richard Archibald Br 
don, E.C., Patent Agent, for 
gases, and the employment of the 

8466. IsHAM Bagos, of Kennington, in the County of Surrey, Electricnl Engi- 
neer, for an inventiou for — " Improvements in telegrapliiDg by ele<'tricity." 

Propinoaat proleeliaa onlf. 

S468. Anol-r Fribdwakn, of Fmnkfort-on-the-Maine. Manufacturer of Jewellery, 
for an invention for — "An improvement in bracelets, necklets, and rings." 

Promsional protection only. 

2470. William Hbnry Tooth, of Lampeter Street, Islington, County of Mid- 
dlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvementa in the manufacture and 
construction of fire or furnace burs." Provmoiial protectitni only. 

247L Thomas Till, of Hooper Street, in the Borough of Birmingham, in the 
County of Warwick, Mechanic, for an inventioa for—" Improvements in machinet}- 
for making oails and far other analogous purposes where metal ia compressed by dies- 
or stamps." Ijttters Paint sealed. 

2472. Thomas BitlGGsSMiTa,ofMariettn,in the State of Ohio, and United State* 
of America, for an invention for—" Preparing wood so as to be used as a substitute 
for curled hair, in the manufacture of mattresses, and in the other purposes to which 
curled hair and-its substitutes are applied." letters Patent sealed. 

8473. Carl Jacob TjXdeh, of Stockholm, in the Kingdom of Sweden, Gentle- 
man, for an invention for—" Improvements in gun carriages and in apparatus for 
lessening recoil." Pronisional protection only. 

2474. Ellis Rowland, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Engineer, and 
John Dkwhubbt, of the some phiee, Engineer, for an inveniion for—" Certain 
improvements in steam-engities and in the valves connected therewith, which sud 
improvements in valves ore also applicalile to safety t'ldves." 

Provisional protfetioH only. 

2476. David M'Cluhb. of Heaton Norris, in the County of Lancaster, Cotton 
Manufacturer, for an ini-ention for — " .\n improvement In the machinery used for the 
drying of yarn, threat], cloth, or other wet fabrics." Prorisional proteclio* only. 

2470. CiiARLBH Mills, of B, High Street, Camden Town, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for—" Improvements in the action of pianofortes." 

Prorisional protection only. 

2477. 1.0UIB ScHWARTZKORP, Olid FBRDtNAND Carl Piiilippbon, both of 
Derbn, for an Invention for — " Improvcmenfs in machinery for boring holes in rocks 
and minerals, for blasting and other aimilur purposea." liettert Patent $eaM. 

2478. Simon Davkv, Merchant, residing at Rouen, France, for an invention fur 
— " Improvementa in blasting powder." Letters Pnfent sealed. 

S47B. Robert Eardlbv Pinhev, of Woolstan, in the County of Hampshire, 
and John Wood, of 58, High Street, Southampton, in the Town and County of 
Southam])ton. Hampshire, for an invention for—" Improvements in apparatus for 
ascertaining the I'arialion of ships' compasses for local error*." — hetlera Patent sealed. 



I 



156 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



De Saxe. 

6th November 1858. 



Penrtce. 

6th November 1858. 



Fryer. 
6th November 1858. 



Jonas. 

Jones. 

6th November 1858. 

Green. 

6th November 1858. 



Cliff. 
6th November 1858. 



Webster. 

uorsfall. 

6tb November 1858. 



ZiBRVOGBL. 

6th November 1858. 

Matley. 
Miller. 
Hall. 
6th November 1858. 



Jackson. 

Fisher. 

Harney. 

6th November 1858. 

Platt. 
6th November 1858. 



Richmond. 

Quick. 

Fraser. 

8th November 1858. 



Osborne. 

8th November 1858. 



Alcan. 
8th November 1858. 



2480. John De Saxe, of No. 38, City Road, in the County of Middleiiex, 
Tobacconist, for an invention for — ** An improved folding joint for the handles of 
parasols." — A communication from Mr. Charles De Saxe, of the City of New York, in 
the United States of North America, UmbreUa and Parasol Manvfacturer. 

Provisional protection v or granted. 

2481. Herbert Newton Pbnrice, of Witton House, near Norwich, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in machineiy for tunnelling and driving galleries 
through rock and other strata.'* Letters Patent sealed. 



2482. Alfred Fryer, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Sugar Refiner, 
for an invention for — " An improved method of supplying the tenders of locomotive 
engines, and of supplying boilers with water." Letters Patent sealed. 



2483. Benjamin Woolf Jonas, and Reuben Jones, both of Southwark, in 
the County of Surrey, for an invention for — " An improved ships' block." 

Provisional protection only. 

2484. William Green, of 21, King William Street, Strand, in the County of 
Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — " An improved harness trace coupling." 
— A cotnmunication. Provisional protection only. 



2485. John Cliff, of the Imperial Potteries, Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, 
for an invention for — ** Improvements in the construction of kilns for burning stone- 
ware, red-clay ware, porcelain, and all other kinds of earthenware." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2486. Baron Dickinson Webster, of Penns, in the County of Warwick, and 
James Horsfall, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufacturers and 
Copartners, for an invention for — '' An improvement in the manufacture of steel 
wire." Letters Patent sealed. 



2487. WiLHELM ZiERVOGEL, of Hettstadt, near Eisleben, in the Kingdom of 
Prussia, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for distilling products 
from bituminous coal, schist, peat, and other like substances." — Letters Patent sealed. 

2488. Matthew Matley, Engineer, Henry Miller, Mechanic, and Thomas 
Hall, Engineer, all of Ashton-under-Lyne, in the County of Lancaster, for an in- 
vention for — "Improvements in the construction and arrangement of steam-boilers 
and furnaces, for the purposes of consuming smoke, economizing fiiel, and heating 
the feed water, and also improvements in certain valves connected with steam-boilers." 

Provisional protection only. 

2488. James Jackson, Aaron Fisher, and John Jones Harnby, of Shef- 
field, in the County of York, Crinoline Manufacturers, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in the manufacture of strips or bands of steel, and in the m^hinery or 
apparatus to be employed therein." Letters Patent sealed. 

2490. John Platt, of Oldham, in the County of Lancaster, Mechanical Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for preparing, spin- 
ning, and doubling cotton and other fibrous materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

2481. John Richmond, Engineer and Machinist, of 21, Carlisle Terrace, Fairfield 
Road, Bow, in the County of Middlesex, Joseph Quick, Junior, and Alexander 
Fraser, Civil Engineers, both of Sumner Street, Southwark, in the County of 
Surrey, for an invention for — " Construction of a meter for measuring water, spirits, 
or any other fluids." Letters Patent sealed. 

2482. Mark Osborne, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — " A new or improved method of ornamenting fenders, 
stove grates, tables, chairs, and couches, made of cast iron." 

Provisional protection only. 

2493. Emile Alcan, of 4, Coleman Street Buildings, in the City of London, 
Merchant, for an invention for — "An improved method of treating or preparing 
materials to be manufactured into paper, applicable to lie-washings in generaL" — A 
communication. Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



8th November IBj^. 



eth November 1^9. 

Smith. 

Bth NovembttT 18S3. 



9lh November IVHS. 



9th November IciCS. 



901 November \»5S. 



Wi November 1S5^. 



S4B4. Arthur Hyde DfiNnv. of 27. Fortes* Terrace, Kentish Town, in tbe 
County of Middlesex. Esquire, Itlaster of .\rts, for an invention for — " Imjirovemeal* 
in the coiialnictian of breakwaters or wave screens, iipplicablc aJso in constructing 
bridges, roadways, piers, jetties, landlng-slages, and other structures." 

I.ellert Palenl leaUd. 

3495. Jonathan Wardill. of Commcrciul Road East, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Enitiiieer, for on invention for — " Improvements in purchases for the raising 
and lowerinK of weights by means of chains, espeeially apphcablc to ships' capstans 
and uind lasses." Lflters Patent teaird. 



8496. Till 

iveniion for- 

2497. 



IAS ^[AC SWES'I' 

" Improvements ii 



f, of 23, Rood Lone, it 
steering-apparatus." 



forai 



William Halk, of 6, John Street, Adelphi. 
ention for — " Improvements in rockets." 



3498. William Smith, of Uttle Woolstone, in the County of Buckin((hnm, for 
an invention for — " Imprutcmenta in ap|)aratus for supporting the hauling rope* 
when hauling ploughs and other agricultural implements by stcam-jiower." 

Lellert Patent lealed. 

8499. TnoHAS Bbal-mont Mabbhall, of the firm nf Trimhey & Co., oTQueen 
Street, Chcftpside. in the Ci^ of London, Musical Instrument Manufiicturers. for an 
invention for — " Imjiroveinents in drums." Prorlaonal prolectiiin only 

2500. William Colbobsb CAMuniuGB, of Ilrist..l, Agricultural Implement 
Maker, for an invention for — "An improved manufacture of tubular iron applic&ble 
to the construction of whippletrees and to other uses," Proeiaonat prolecttim only. 



1 All 



2501. JoHBi-ii Francois Ami 

the Empire of France, ManufacturerB, for on 
manufacture of elastic fabrics." 



:iL'RTR PuLART, both of Amiens, 
'ention for—" Improvemeiili 

Proriaional prolectwn on/y. 



the 



2503. Edward Ellis Allb.v, of Bromptrm Row, in tbe County of Midillesex. 
Engineer, for an invention fur — " Improved machinery or apppnitusea for working tlie 
propeller* of veaseU." LetteT$ Patent waled, 

2603. John Saml'el Dau'es, of Smetliwick House, near Birmingham. RcotlC' 
man, for an invention for — " A new or improved machine to be used for cultivating 
land and which may be made applicable as a lioe, a skim, a turf or peat cutter, and 
a new or improved method of actuating the said machine and other machines used 
for like operations." Lrlteri Patent leaM. 

2504. John Fabmbrlsv Dickson, of No. G, Russcl Street. Litchurch, near 
Derliy, in the Connty of Derby, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
the construction nf railway chairs and other details connected with the permanent 
way of railways." Letteri Patent tealrd. 

S60S. John Louis Jullion, Paper Maker, of Stoncywood Works, Aberdeen, 
N.B., fur an invention for — " Improvements in tbe manufacture of pa|>er," 

Letters Patent lealed. 

asoe. Michael Hknrv, of S4. Fleet Street, in the City of London, Potent Agent, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in and in the manufacture of locks and 
fostenings, and keys for the same."— .1 commnnieatlun from Mr. Rebour. 

Provitional prottetion onfy. 

2B0T. AxDRSn' Hkn'dkrron, of Gloucester Place, Portman Square, in the 
County of Midrllesei, Master Mariner, for an invention for—" Improvements in 
vessels and in applying rudders thereto." Letteri Patent traltd. 

3508. JoHEi'H Fkli\, of No. a\. Rue Croix Nivcrt, at Grenelle, near Paris, 
Mechanician, for an invention for — " Improvements in castors for furniture and 
oUier iimibr purposes." Letteri Patent lealed. 

2609. CiiARLEH AoniHO-i Dllklet, of the City, County, and Stat« of New 
York, in the United Sloles of America, for an invention for—" Improvements in the 
apparatus for ginning and cleaning ootton," — A eommaniealion from Stepkm Rollin* 
Parkhurtt, ijfsaid New York CUf, now rending ■■ miii United Statei. 

Proriiianal prolecttan only. 



158 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Clark. 
9tli November 1858. 



Marling. 

Apperly. 

9th November 1858. 



Newton. 
9th November 1858. 



Newton. 
9th November 1858. 



Newton. 
9th November 1858. 



Brooman. 
9th November 1858. 

Ordish. 
9th November 1858. 

Norman. 

Hannah. 

10th November 1858. 

Corner. 
10th November 1858. 



Buchanan. 
10th November 1858. 

Taylor. 
10th November 1858. 

Schmidt. 
10th November 1858. 

Humphrys. 
lOth November 1858. 

Schmidt. 
10th November 1858. 

Brooks. 
10th November 1858. 

Schmidt. 
10th November 1858. 

Locke. 
10th November 1858. 



2510. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Patent Agent and Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvementa in stgnals f<» 
railways, and in apparatus for actuating the same." — A communication from Angutte 
Lucien Verit^, and Julion Siephane Bazin, Letters Patent sealed. 

2511. Samuel Stephens Marling, of Stanley Park, in the County of Glou- 
cester, Esquire, and James Apperly, of Dudbridge, near Stroud, in the same 
County, Woollen Cloth Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the 
construction of fuUing-machines.'* Provisional protection only. 

2512. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in the construction of sturs." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only. 

2513. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — '' Im- 
proved apparatus for obtaining extracts or decoctions." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2514. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lime, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Cer- 
tain improvements in electric telegraphs." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only. 

2515. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in electric tele- 
graphing." — A communication. Liters Patent sealed. 

2516. Rowland Mason Ordish, of Great George Street, Westminster, in the 
County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in con- 
structing the permanent ways of railways." Letters Patent sealed. 



2517. John Norman, Engineer, and Robert Hannah, Potter, both of 
Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, for an invention for — *' Improve- 
ments in furnaces." Provisional protection only. 

2518. John Corner, of 15, Artillery Place, and 16, City Road, Finsbury Square, 
London, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
machinery for making metallic screw rivets, and for uniting with them parts of boots 
and shoes, portmanteaus, leather hose, buckets, harness, and other similar leathern 
articles." Letters Patent sealed. 

2518. John Buchanan, of Greenock, in the County of Renfrew, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in propelling vessels, ships, and 
boats." Letters Patent sealed; no specification fled, 

2520. William Garnett Taylor, of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, in the County of 
Leicester, for an invention for — " Improvements in removing the fur from skins and 
preparing said skins for tanning." Letters Patent sealed. 

2521. GusTAVE Schmidt, of No. 2, Caroline Street, Bedford Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of 
core bars." Provisional protection only. 

2522. Edward Humphrys, of Deptford, Engineer, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in steam-engines and boilers." Letters Patent sealed. 

2523. GusTAVE Schmidt, of No. 2, Caroline Street, Bedford Square, in iht 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 
cast-iron pipes." Provisional protection only. 

2524. Abraham James Brooks, of Southsea, in the County of Hants, Solicitor, 
for an invention for — " An improvement in screw propellers." Letters Patent sealed. 

2525. GusTAvE Schmidt, of No. 2, Caroline Street, Bedford Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — ''Improvements in ladles employed 
when casting metals." ProvisiomU protection only. 

2526. Edward Locke, of Newport, in the County of Monmouth, Engineer, for 
an invention for — ** Improvements in the construction of gas meters." 

ProvitUmal prottctum <mly. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



159 



JUDKINS. 

lOUi November 1853. 

Blethyn. 
1 1th November 1858. 

Lbbs. 

Lees. 

nth November 1858. 

Wright. 

Merger. 

nth November 1858. 

Maberly. 
llth November 1858. 



Benson. 
llth November 1858. 



Newton. 
1 1th November 1858. 



Gray. 
nth November 1858. 

Rae. 

llth November 1858. 

Mickblthwatb. 

llth November 1858. 



Buchanan. 
nth November 1858. 

Cocker. 
12th November 1858. 



OODBN. 

12th November 1858. 

Martien. 
12th November 1858. 



Turner. 
12th November 1858. 

Bouspield. 
12th November 1858. 



2527. Charles Tiot Judkins, of No. 32, York Road, Lambeth, in the County 
of Surrey, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in gas regulators." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2528. John Blethyn, of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan, Engineer, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of fuel." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2520. James Lees, of Oldham, in the County of Lancaster, Tin Plate Worker, 
and William Lees, of the same place. Engineer, for an invention for — " An 
improvement in the construction of oil cans." Letters Patent sealed, 

2530. Robert Wright, of Openshaw, near Manchester, in the County of 
Lancaster, Jeweller, and Thomas James Mercer, the younger, of Coventry, in 
the County of Warwick, Watch Manufacturer, for an invention for — ** A new or 
improved motive-power engine." Provisional protection only, 

2581. Frederick Herbert Maberly, of Stowmarket, in the County of 
Suffolk, Master of Arts, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of 
ships of war and other vessels, their machinery, and appurtenances." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2532. Martin Benson, late of Cincinnati, in the United States of America, but 
now residing at Newcastle, Mechanical Engineer, for an invention for — ** An improved 
manufacture of rails for railways." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

2583. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — ** Im- 
proved apparatus for securing doors of safes, closets, and apartments." — A com- 
munication. Letters Patent sealed. 

2584. Thomas Gray, of Bride Lane, in the City of London, for an invention for 
— "An improvement in separating wool and animal fibres from vegetable fibres 
contained in mixed fabrics." Letters Patent sealed ; no specification filed, 

2535. James Rae, of Alpha Road, New Cross, in the County of Kent, for an 
invention for — ** Improvements in cisterns suitable for containing water for household 
uses." Letters Patent sealed, 

2586. Arthur Mickelthwate, of Sheffield, in the County of York, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in treating and manufacturing buffalo and other horn 
so as to be used as a substitute for whalebone, and for other useful purposes." 

Provisional protection only, 

2587. John Buchanan, of Greenock, in the County of Renfrew, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in propelling vessels, ships, and 
boats." Letters Patent sealed; no specification filed, 

2588. Thomas Fildes Cocker, of Sheffield, in the County of York, Steel 
File and Wire Manufacturer, for an invention for — "Improvements in the manu- 
facture of steel and iron wire, also of sheets and strips of steel." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2589. James Ogden, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Commission 
Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in shuttles for looms." 

Provisional protection only, 

2540. Joseph Gilbert Martien, of Ampthill Square, in the County of 
Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — "Improvements in the manufac- 
tiMC of iron, and in the apparatus employed in such manufacture." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



2541. Dan Turner, of 90, High Street, Whitechapel, in the County of Middlesex, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of wood soles for clogs, 
boots and shoes." Provisional protection only, 

2542. George Tomlinson Bousfield, of Loughborough Park, Brixton, in 
the County of Surrey, for an invention for — "An improved apparatus for illus- 
trating conic sections and the lines of the globe." — A com$nmiUcation, 

Letters Patent sealed. 



160 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Mills. 

SiDBBOTHAM. 

13th November 1858. 
Bknyon. 

BOWDEN. 

Idth November 1858. 

Wadsworth. 
13th November 1858. 



ASHTON. 

Cartmell. 
13th November 1858. 

Courage. 
Bennett. 

13th November 1858. 

Taylor. 
13th November 1868. 

Auld. 
I3th November 1858. 

Swan. 
13th November 1858 



Pbtre. 
13th November 1858. 

Livermore. 
13th November 1858. 

Lavatkr. 
13th November 1858. 



Thomas. 
Thomas. 
Thomas. 
Thomas. 
13th November 1858. 

Woodcock. 
Dunlop. 
13th November 1858. 



Frodsham. 
13th November 1858. 



PULLAN. 

13th November 1858. 

HOPKINSON. 

13th November 1858. 



2543. Mark Nield Mills, and Nathan Sidsbotham, both of Ashton-under- 
Lyne, in the County of Lancaster, Machinists, for an -invention for — " Certain im- 
provements in looms for weaving." Letters Patent sealed, 

2544. John Benvon, of Swinton, near the City of Manchester, Manager, and 
John Warburton Bridge Bowden, of the same place. Manufacturer, for an 
invention for — " Certain improvements in looms for weaving." — Letters Patent sealed, 

2545. Jambs Wadsworth, of Salford, in the Parish of Manchester, and County 
of Lancaster, Machinist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of 
moveable or adjustable heels for boots and shoes, and of spurs adapted thereto and to 
be used therewith." Letters Patent sealed, 

2546. William Ashton, of Preston, in the County of Lancaster, and Thomas 
Cartmell, of the same place. Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
air pumps, part of wliich improvements is also applicable to the pistons of other 
pumps and of steam-engines." Letters Patent sealed, 

4547. John Courage, of Horsleydown, in the County of Surrey, Brewer, and 
Frederick Bennett, of Holywell, in the County of Flintshire, Smelter, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in furnaces for reducing and smelting ores, scoria, 
slag, and waste." Letters Patent sealed, 

2548. James Taylor, of Birkenhead, Engineer, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in portable steam-engines." 'Letters Patent sealed, 

2540. David Auld, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in furnaces and boilers, and in the 
generation and treatment of steam." Liters Patent sealed, 

2650. Michael Swan, of Henstridge Villas, St. John's Wood, in the County 
of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the con- 
struction of floating docks and other floating structures." 

Provisional protection only, 

2551. Louis Petre, of Hatton Garden, in the County of Middlesex, Glass 
Silverer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the application of glass to orna- 
mental and useful purposes." Letters Patent sealed, 

2552. Isaac Livermore, of 5, Shrubland Grove East, Queen's Road, Dalston, 
in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " An improvement in the manu- 
facture of shuttle-cocks." Letters Patent sealed, 

2553. Manuel Leopold Jonas Lavater, of the Strand, in the County of 
Middlesex, India-rubber Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the 
manufacture of mats, coverings for floors and other surfaces, and other ceUalar 
articles when India-rubber compounds are used." Letters Patent sealed, 

2554. Christopher James Thomas, Thomas Thomas, Herbert Thomas, 
and Charles Thomas, all of the City of Bristol, Soap Manufacturers and Co- 
partners, for an invention for — " An improvement in the manufacture of caustic 
alkaline lees." Letters Patent sealed. 



2555. Alonzo Buonaparte Woodcock, and John MacmIllan Dunlop, 
both of Manchester, for an invention for — " Improvements in covering rollers, shafto, 
and tubes of any figure or material, with elastic shells or covers of vidcanixed In£a- 
rubber or other elastic substance, and in turning or grinding the surfisoes of such 
elastic covers or shells." Letters Patent sealed, 

2556. Daniel Frodsham, of Rose Cottage, Gumey Road, Stratford, in the 
County of Essex, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus used in com- 
bination with fire-boxes of tubular steam-boilers in order to supply air and steam 
thereto." Letters Patent sealed and specification filed, by order, 

2557. Matthew Pullan, of Horsforth, near Leeds, in the County of York, 
Bleacher, for an invention for — *' Improvements in machinery for diying yams and 
other materials." Letters Patent sealed, 

2558. John Addy Hopkinson, of Huddersfield, in the County of York, En- 
gineer, for an invention for — *' Improvements in steam-boilers." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



161 



tSth November ISuft. 

Dick. 
15thNoTemberl8ii8. 



lith November 1958. 



Dksciiamps. 

QutNCHB. 

lathNorembwlSflH. 



Kith November \f5S. 



Samubl. 
l*>th November l.^W. 



Tavlor. 
Wth November 185a. 



8658. Sblim S< Clair Massia, of No. 1 b, Wclhcck Street, Csvendish 
Square, London, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — "A new econo* 
mical gxianl for candles and wax lights." Proritivnal proleclion only, 

25aO. Thomas Robbrt Dutchsr, Frederick Stevbns, William Tromam 
id TusorHELl'S Jahvib, of Frome, in the Counly of Somerset, Piano- 



forte Action M&nuhcturen, for a 
of pianofortes." 



for- 
Crrmplel 



" Improvements in the hammer rails 
apeeificotion; Lflteri Patent italtd. 



Rue Beaubourg, Paris, and of 53, Cbanceiy Lane, 
MetslluTKigts and Jewellers, for an invention for — " t 
tliey term Lutetia Metal." 
ZSee. William Clark, of S3, Chancery Lane, 

Engineer and Patent Agent, for i ' 



asei. Allam Dick, of HolyweU, in the County of Flint. Metnllurfcist, far an 
invention for — " A new or improved manufacture of a yellow pigment." 

I^llert Paltnl tealed. 

2663. Georgb Davibb. of No. 1, Serle Street, Uncoln's Inn, in tlie County of 
Middlesex, and No. 'IV, St. Enoch Square, in the City of Glasgow. Civil Engineer 
and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the process of finishing 
piled fabrics, and in apparatus employed in such process." — A covunmiicaiirm. 

latttTt Palml traled. 

3563. Bartolommbo Prbdavallb, of Hurt Street, in the County of Middleaex, 
Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvcaients in producing or obtaining 
motive-poa-cr." Prorisional proltelion on/y. 

S684. William Georgr Armstronu, of the Borough and County of Newcnatle- 
upon-Tyne, Ciril Engineer, for an invention for—" Improvements in the lOBnufecture 
of ordnance." httters Paint iraird, 

E Joseph Qui.vcbs, of 40, 

n the County of MiddlesoK, 

new compound metal which 

Provisional proltelion only. 

a the County of Middleiez, 

Improvements m colouring, 

preserving, and desiccating wood and marble, and in apparatus for the same." — A 

communication from Franfoii Castilt, residing al MarteiHe, in the Empire of Franef, 

Letttrt Palml ttaM. 
3667. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, i 
Engineer nnd Patent Agent, for an invention for — "A 
commnnicat ion from Metsrs, Berion and Beaajanol 

2568. John Goldiso Bl-.ntinc, of the City of St. John, in the Province of New 
Bmnswifk, in British North America, but at present at the Office for Patents No. 4, 
Trafalgai- Square, Charing Cross, in t!ie County of Middlesex, for an invention for — 
"A mechanical horse-tamer or brake." litllrrt Patent Kated. 

2569. John Brsnnakd, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Calieo Printer. 
for an invention for—" Improvements in the method of effecting the' locomotion of 
e«ni8ge», which improvemenU are also apjilicable to other similar puqioses." 

Ltlter» Patrat teakd. 
2670- John Henry Johnso.*<, of 47, Lincoln's tnn Fields, in th: County of 
Middlesex, and of IG6, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, Njrlh Britain, 
Genllcman, for an invention for—" Improvemenls in machineiy or apparatus for 
kneading dough or working and mixing plastic maleiinls." — A eommmacalion from 
Itlataieur FoWA. Leiieri patmt tealrd. 

2671. Joseph Cosstant Boiswsau, of Chatellerault, in the French Empire, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved horse-mill or gear." 

Lettert Patent tealcd. 
.2672. Alfrbd Isidore UoNORfe Parent, of Paris, in the French Empire, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An iiiiproi'ed manufacture of buttons, and the 
apparstua employed therein." Leitm Patent KaUd. 

2673. Jamrs Saulkl, of Great George Street, in the City of Westminster, Civil 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvement* in sleepers or besj^rs for raib." 

Letters Paint sealed. 
of the Temple, London, for an invention for—" Improve- 
prontwial prvteolUm onlf. 



I the County of MiddleMi. 

lew mode of udvertiiing." — A 

Letters Patent aealed. 



2574. Samuel Tavlo 
ments in founbun pens." 



^ 



162 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Pbrry. 
16th November 1858. 



Johnson. 

Shbpherd. 

leth November 1858. 

Knauth. 
16th November 1858. 



BRUkRB. 

16th November 1858. 

Gatty. 

17ih November 1858. 

HOGA. 
PlOOOTT. 

Beardmore. 
t7th November 1858. 

MuiR. 
M'^Ilwham. 
17th November 1858. 

Vabbbrot. 
17th November 1858. 



Vassbrot. 
17th November 1858. 



Tuck. 
17th November 1858. 



Hayden. 
17ih November 1858. 

Welch. 

17th November 1858. 

Robertson. 

17th November 1858. 

Scott. 
17th November 1858. 



Mbllor. 

17th November 1858. 



2576. Charles James Clowes Perry, of Williamstown, in the Colony of 
Victoria, Member of the Legislative Assembly, for an invention for — ** An instniment 
to be used chiefly on board ship for approximating in certain cases the course of an 
approaching vessel, either in the day or night, and the relative angle of both ships' 
courses, in order to avoid a collision : — to be called Perry's anti-collision dial." 

Complete spec^cation ; Letters Patent sealed. 

2576. William Beckett Johnson, Manager, and Joseph Shepherd, Fore- 
man to Messrs. Richard Ormerod and Son, Engineers, of Manchester, in the County 
of Lancaster, for an invention for — *' Improvements in machinery or apparatus for 
ac^usting the permanent way of railways." Provisional protection onlf 

2577. Theodor Knauth. of New York, in the United States of America, Mer- 
chant, but now residing at Morley's Hotel, in the City of Westminster, for an invention 
for — '' Improvements in fire-arms and ordnance." — A communication. 

Provisional protection onlf, 

2578. Alexandre Martin BRukRB, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Gentle- 
man, for an invention for—" The novel application of hydrogen gas to various purposes 
in the arts." Provisumal protection onlf, 

2570. Frederick Albert Gatty, of Accrington, in the County of Lancaster, 
Manufacturing Chemist, for an invention for — ** Improvements in producing certain 
colors on cotton, linen, and silk fabrics." Letters Patent sealed. 

2580. Stanislas Hoga, of N° 14, Nassau Street, Middlesex Hospital, William 
Peter Piggott, of No. 16, Argyle Street, Regent Street, and Septimus Beard- 
more, of No. 37, Upper Berkeley Street West, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in electric telegraphs." Letters Patent sealed. 

2581. Matthew Andrew Muir, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North 
Britain, Machinist, and James M^Ilwham, of the same place. Machinist, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in looms for weaving." Letters Patent sealed. 

2582. Charles Frederic Vassbrot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " A waterproof coating." — A communication from 
Louis Xavier Beuchot, residing at Nesle {Somme), in the Empire of France. 

Provisional protection onljf. 

2588. Charles Frederic Vassbrot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " A flat clothes smoothing iron with moveable 
handles." — A communication from Francisque Rousserie, residing at Marseilles, m the 
Empire of France, Letters Patent sealed. 

2684. Joseph Henry Tuck, of Great George Street, Westminster, in the County 
of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the mode of 
laying and securing telegraphic cables, and in apparatus for the same and for canying 
on other operations under water." Letters Patent sealed. 



2585. Daniel Webster Hayden, of No. 4, Coleman Street, Arlington Square, 
in the County of Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
apparatus for heating water and other liquids." Provisional protection only. 

2586. Edward Welch, of 63, St. John's Square, Clerkenwell, Tobacco Manu- 
facturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of tobacco and in 
apparatus therefor." Letters Patent sealed. 

2587. John Robertson, of Sunt Ninian's, in the County of Stirling, North 
Britain, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in musical instruments." 

Letters Patent sealed. 
2688. Michael Scott, of 3, Stanhope Terrace, Hydf Park Gardens, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of 
breakwaters, parts of which are applicable in making other structures." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2589. Edmund Mbllor, of Rochdale, in the County of Lancaster, Engineer, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in mules and other machinery for spinning cotton 
and other fibrous substances, whereby the cop will be built much firmer, and prevent 
snarls in the yam." Letters Patent sealed. 



Catom. 
17th November I86S. 



Bbbnnand. 
ITthNoTembwlf^S-^. 



Bkoouam. 
17thNovemb«l''5'<. 



Whsatcroft. 
17th November I «5S. 

Pl-ATT. 

Cbubd. 
7th November i'^SS. 



Clark. 
7th Nomnber l.^fi^. 



DoiTOLA". 

17th November I "SH. 



ClJtRE- 

7th November ll*5'<. 



Sharp. 
Noveqibcr ' 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



aseO. MATTHtw Caton, of Prcflton, ia the County of Lucuter, Overlooker of 
Looms, for an invention for — " Improvementa in the treMling motion of looms for 
weaving, and tlao in ihuttle boie« tnd »well» connected thoewith." 

Lflltr$ Patent lealrd. 

8591. John Bbennand, of Muuchedtcr, in the Count; of LAncutcr, Calico 
Printer, for an invention for — '" An improvement in [i]un((h« and in other a^cricultural 
impltmeniB, aad in the method of driving the same," Letters Patent teaUd. 

2592. Richard Ahchibald Bhoouan, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.G., Patent Agent, for an invention foi^— ■■ Improvements in apparHtui for 
[he manufacture of lace and net."— jl commuaicaliou from Mestrs, A. GHcel, Jim', 
and J. F. V. lHonlieron, both residing in Pans. Lrtlers Paint seated. 

8693. Samvki. Whbatchoft, of Brudenell Plare, New North Road, in the 
County of Middlese:!, Engineer, for an inventioa for — " Improved apparatua for 
uniting tace to blond and other fabrics." Provisional protection oaljr. 

. 2594. John Platt, of Oldham, in the Countj- of Laneuter, Mechanical Engi- 
neer, and Harrv Chubb, of Brecknock Crescent, Camden Town, in the County 
of Middlesex, Geatlemaii, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or 
apparatus for making bricks or tiles ."^Parffy a communication. 

hrltert Patent sealed. 

269S. William Clakk. of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesei, 

Engines and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " A proceas of thickening, 

Btrengthening, and improving tanned hides."— J^ eornmiinicafion from ATitoine Jioaw 

Ado^he Favier, residing at Nancy, in tht Kmpire ttf France. tiellers Patent seated. 

2586, lIowARU DauoLAS, Baronet, of Green Street, Grosvenor Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, General H,M.S., ^for an invention fur — " Improvements in 
■crew propellers." Proririona/pro/ec/ioB only. 

2697. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesen, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved bit or bridle for 
horses." — A eommunicalionfrom heonard Var^lle and Lemie Henry Drevet. 

Proritional protection only. 

2598. Samubl Riley, of Oldham, in the County of lAncaster, Stamp Diatri- 
butor and Agent, for an invention for — " Imptovoments in the manufacture of hate, 
bonnets, and caps." Letters Patent sealed. 

2599. Ckahlrs Cowfer, of No. 20, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, in 
the County of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for an invention for—" Imptovcmente in 
assorting and aejiarating combed fibres, and in machinery for that purpose." — 
A communication from M. Ziegler, residing at QaebwHler, in France. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

S600. Etikhnb Briollbt, of 5S, Torhngton Square, County of Middlesex, 
for an inventiua for — " I'he obtaining of caloric by a new chemical and mechanical 
process." — A commanicalion from Mr. Mundo, resident at Naples, in the Kingdom <j^ 
Sicily. Prorisional proleclian only. 

2601. Sir Charukb Tilbtok Bright, of Harrow Weald, in the County of 
Middlesex, for sn invention for — "Improvements in insulators and an imjiroved 
mode of connecting ineulttlors tu posts and otliur support*." Letleri Palmt sealed. 

2002. JoH.N Sharp, and Hesrv SHAXf, of Bradford, in the Comity of York, 
Jscquard Machine Makers, for an invention for — " Improvcmenta in jacquard 
inachinea employed in weaving." Provisional protection only. 

8603. H BNRV Stott, of Greetland, near Halifax, in the County of York, Cotton 
Warp Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvementa in war|iing-milla or ^VP^ 
ratus connected therewith." /W(er» Patent sealtd. 



< 



8604, John Leslie, of Conduit Street, St. Georgi 
bounty of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvement* 



llaii 



Square, in the 
1 ttle niauufacturc of 
Letler* Patent seated. 



J05. John Oakbs, of Exeter Row, Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, 
r Manufacturer, for an invention for — "Improvements in the manufacture of 



Letters Patent saakd, | 



164 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Miller. 
Fear. 
18th November 1858. 



Stoten. 
IHth November 1858. 

Archer. 
18th November 1868. 

Rider. 
I8th November 1858. 



Marchand. 
Marchand. 
Marchand. 

IJHh November 1858 

Brown. 
IJHh November 1858. 

Hayward. 
IJHh November 1858. 



Howe. 
Norton. 
19th November 1858. 

Leech. 

Leech. 

19th November 1858. 

Edwards. 

19th November 1858. 

Hancock. 
19th November 1858. 

Vassbrot. 
19th November 1858. 



Henson. 
19th November 1858. 

Ramscar. 
Scott. 
19th November 1858. 

PONTIFEX. 

1 9th November 1858. 

Bailey. 

19th November 1858. 



2606. John May Miller, of Barnstaple, in the County of Devon, Lace Manu- 
facturer, and John Fear, of the same place. Machinist, for an invention for — *' Im- 
provements in machineiy for winding fibrous substances or materials when in the 
form of thread or yam on to the bobbins or wheels used in lace machinery." 

Letters Patent seaUd. 

2607. Daniel Stoten, of Ponder's End, in the County of Middlesex, Black- 
smith, for an invention for — " Improvements in plough shares." 

Provisional protection only. 

2808. Elisha Thomas Archer, of Bridgefield House, Wandsworth, in the 
County of Surrey, Paper Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
hat ventilators and for appliances connected therewith." Letters Patent sealed, 

2609. Benjamin Rider, of 61, Red Cross Street, Boro', in the County of 
Surrey, Leather Dresser and Hat Leather Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in ventilating hats and caps, and in the preparation or manufacture of 
the material of which those articles are made." Letters Patent sealed, 

m 

2610. Pierre Marchand, Emile Marchand, and Jesse Marchand, 
Brothers, of Dunkirk, in France, for an invention for — ** A new process for refining 
lamp oil." Provisional protection only, 

2611. John Brown, of Bolton-le-Moors, in the County of Lancaster, Iron 
Founder and Machine Maker, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in index 
and jacquard machines." Provisional protection only, 

2612. William Stephens Hayward, of Wittenham House, Abingdon, in the 
County of Berkshire, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manu- 
facture of a glutinous and viscous substance or dextrine, to be used in the manu- 
facture of paper and in dressing textile fabrics, by which greater tenaciousness, 
smoothness of surface, and body is obtained," Letters Patent sealed, 

2618. George Howe, Engineer, and John Norton, Plumber, both of 
Sheffield, in the County of York, for an invention for — " An improved method of 
boiling water or worts for brewerys, distillerys, &c., by steam, or for beating rooms, 
public buildings, churches, chapels, factorys, &c." Letters Patent sealed, 

2614. Samuel Collier Leech, and John Leech, both of Manchester, in the 
County of Lancaster, Machinists, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in 
the construction of self-acting temples to be employed in looms for weaving." 

Provisional protection only, 

2615. John Edwards, of 77, Aldermanbury, in the City of London, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of trowser buttons." 

Provisional protection only. 

2616. Walter Hancock, of Upper Chadwell Street, in the County of Middle- 
sex, Gentleman, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the manufacture of electric 
telegraph wires and cables.^' Letters Patent sealed, 

2617. Charles Fr£deric Vasserot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved apparatus for condensing and 
coohng vapours and liquids." — A communication from Louis FiaUm, residing at Lyons, 
in the Empire of France, Provisional protection only, 

2618. Henry Henson Henson, of 38, Parliament Street, in the City of West- 
minster, for an invention for — " Improvements in waterproofing fabrics or materials." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2610. William Ramscar, and John Gray Scott, of the City of Manchester, 
in the County of Lancaster, for an invention for — " Improvements in fire-arms." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2620. Edmund Alfred Pontipex, of the firm of Pontifex and Wood, of Shoe 
Lane, in the City of London, Engineers and Copper Smiths, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in external surface condensers." Letters Patent sealed, 

2621. Henry Bailey, of 35, Golden Square, in the County of Middlesex, Ware- 
houseman, for an invention for — " Improvements in heating razors." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



JollXBON. 

l!lthNoTe[nbcrl838. 



!Hh November ltl5S. 

Eabto:(. 

Amos. 

19lbNovcmbeFl858. 



aOth November 185H. 

Wadbwohth. 

JOthNovriiib¥rl853. 



■UMi Nm-embcr 185S. 



Ronmmaos. 
20th November 18r>8. 

SOtlt November ISStH. 



SOth Novcmbet 18&8, 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



2622. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lwie, in the County of Midd!eK«. En- 
);ineer «nd Patent ARent, for an invention for — " Improvements in purifying natural 
l>hosphates of lime," — A commuaieation from Emitt Cmulant Martin, Tending a( 
Paris, in the Empire of France, formtriy Bani:er. liners Patent itaM. 

2623. Alpbisd Felton, of IHJ, Brick I*ne, SpitiUficldB, in the County of Mid- 
dleaeJt, Currier, for an invention for — " Improvements in fastening buttons and rtuds 
to drcsi and other articles." PTOTiiioHal proticlion only. 

2624. JoHAN Ernst FntoaicH Lusdbkb. of Marke, in the Kingdom of Han- 
over, and of Chipping Norton, in the County of Oxford, Engineer, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in motive-power cnginea." Pnwuional protection ooiy. 

2628. William MARsMAL^, of Leith Walk, in the CounQr of Midlothian. North 
Britain. Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvemcntu in ■tennt-engtiies." 

Jjellrrt PalerU leaM. 

2626. Jou\ Hemiv Johnson, of 47, Lineohi's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Midiilcscx, and of l<i6. lluchanan Street, in the City of Clasguw, North Britain. 
Gezitlenian, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of electric 
telegraph cables or conductora."— .< commumcalion from Uenry J. Rogeri, rtsident at 
Baltimore, Mari/land, in tie United Statet itf America. Letters Pattnt tealed. 

2827. Arthur Jaheh Thorman, oflU, Umc Street, in (he City of London, Sliip 
Agent, for an invenUon for — " Improvements in chain cables and chains." 

I^ttert Patent tealed. 

S628. James Eabton, the elder, and Charles Edwahdb Amos, both of th^ 
Grove, in the Borough of Suuthivark, Engineers, for an invention for — " Improved 
apparatus applicable to drains, sewers, and watercourKs, for the purpose of removing 
eitraneous solid matters therefrom." Letters Patent sealed. 

2620. ALfRRD ViNCBKT Nevi'ton, of the Office for Patents, 6G, Chancery I.ane. 
in tbe County of Middlcijex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Im- 
proved apparatus for transmitting motive-power. ''^ji coinniHnieaftoii. 

Jitters Patent sealed. 

2630. Thomas Stokes Crebsby, of High Street, Homerlon, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery used in the manufac- 
ture of cusks." Letters Patent sealed. 



er Sergent, ^rd De|i6t Battalion, (Chatham, fur 
at the breech." Provisional protection nnfy. 



2631. RonsRT Warhv, Armi 
an invention for — " Loailing cann 

2632, James Wadbworth, of Salford, in the Purish of Manchester, and County 
of Lancaster, Machinist, for an invention for — " Improvemcnta in gaa-bumcr*. and in 
the means or methods of and in apparatus for moderating or retarding, regulating, or 
governing the flow and ]>reasure of gas used for pur]>08cs of illumination, and in 
street lumps or lanterns for shielding Bnme from the action of wind and rain." 

Leffrri Patent sealed. 
SB88. CllARLsa Fn^uanic Vasbbrot, of 4b, Eascx Street, Str«nd, London. 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in flre-urms and ordntuice, and 
in the prnjcctllea to lie used therewith," — A communicaiioii from Peter Reetor Smith, 
rf2. Rue Sle. Appoline, Paris.in the Empire of Franfe, nnui rnatling in Ike United Stairs 
of America. Letters Patent sealed. 

2634. DAVin Riih-an, and Strcvaht Roubbtbon, uf Greenock, in the Conniy 
of Renfrew, North Britain. Engineers, for an invention for — " Imiirovonenta in steam- 
engines." Provisional prolectiott only^ 

S63S. IIenrv Ellis, of Uolbeach, in the County of Lincoln. Engineer and Agri- 
cultural Implement Maker, for an invention for — " Improvemcnta in machinery or 
apparatus for cultivating, cleaning, and pulvcriiing land." Letters Patent ttokd- 

:. of Worcester Street, Wolvcrliamptun, in the County 

invention for — " Impro\-cments in stop taps or valve*." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2637, Charles CtiT, of Pari*, (n the Empire of France, Manufacturer, for an 

invention for — " Improvements in railwajr biakn." httters Patent tetdtd- 



166 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Lea. 

20th November 1858. 

Bbooman. 
2(Hh November 1858. 



Jordan. 
20th November 1858. 

Evans. 
20th November 1858. 

Pbrcivall. 

Houghton. 

20th November 1858. 



Young. 
20th November 1858. 

Swan. 
20th November 1858. 

BODEN. 

Cooper. 
20th November 1858. 



Gardiner. 
20th November 1858. 



Mbllor. 
22nd Novemberl858. 

Nelson. 
22nd November 1858. 



Theroulde. 
22nd November 1858. 

Johnson. 
Varley. 

22nd November 1858. 

Newton. 
22nd November 1858. 



Bentall. 

22nd November 1858. 

Spencer. 
22ad November 1858. 



2638. William Lea, of the firm of WiUiam and John Lea, of Wcrfverfaampton, 
in the County of Stafford, Brass Founders and Cock Makers, for an invention fo ts- 
" A method of lubricating codes and taps." Letters Patent weaUd. 

2680. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the dtj of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the manufao- 
ture of dolls, statuettes, figures of animals and others, and toys.'' — A commMmeaHom 
from A, F, E. Robert, residing in Paris, Promsitmal protection onfy. 

2640. Henry Jordan, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Ship Builder, 
for an invention for — " Improvements applicable to navigable vessels." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2641. Daniel Evans, of Chobham Cottages, New Town Stratford, in the County 
of Essex, for an invention for — " Improvements in tubular steam-boilers and fireplaces 
or furnaces used therewith." Letters Patent sealed. 

2642. LoviBOND Percivall, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwidc, Ma- 
nager of Glass Works, and John Houghton, of Edgbaston, in the County of 
Warwick, Glass Merchant, for an invention for — " Improvements in attaching knobs 
of glass, china, and earthenware to the spindles of locks and latches, and to doors, 
drawers, and other articles." Prooisional protection only. 

2643. John Young, of Wolverhampton, in the County of Stafford, Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — '* Improvements in fasteningrg for window-sashes and 
casements, and in chain used for suspending window-sashes." Letters Patent sealed. 

2644. Henry Swan, of 5, Bishopsgate Without, in the City of liOndon, for an 
invention for — ** Improvements in stereoscopes and other optical instruments, and in 
stands or supports for stereoscopes." Provisional protection omhf. 

2646. Henry Bo den, of Crescent Cottage, Cambridge Heath, Hackney, in the 
County of Middlesex. Silk Manufacturer, and Thomas Cooper, of Ann's Place, 
Hackney Road, in the same County, Machinist, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in pluting or braiding machinery." Provisional protection only. 



2646. Heman Gardiner, of the City of New York, in the United States of 
America, Mechanical Engineer, for an invention for — ''Improvements in the com- 
pound axle hub and wheel for railroad cars." Letters Patent sealed. 

2647. Charles Hanson Mellor, of Oldham, in tbe County of Lancaster, 
Manager, for an invention for — " An improved manufacture of woven fabrics." 

Provisional protection only. 

2648. Robert Nelson, of New York, in the United States of America, tempo- 
rarily residing at Ramsey, in the Isle of Man, Mariner, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in apparatus for raising and lifting water and other liquids." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2640. Francois Alphonse Theroulde, of 67, Rue Caumartin, Paris, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in obtaining salts and products from the ashes of 
marine plants." Letters Patent sealed. 



2660. Samuel Waite Johnson, and James Varley, both of Peterborough, 
in the County of Northampton, Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
pressure and vacuum gauges." Letters Patent sealed. 

2651. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for—" Im- 
proved apparatus for propelling and steering vessels." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2662. Edward Hammond Bentall, of Heybridge, in the County of Essex, 
Ironfounder, for an invention for — " An improvement in the construction of turnip 
cutters." Letters Patent sealed, 

2653. Thomas Spencer, of the firm of John Spencer and Sons, of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, Steel and Spring Manufacturers, for an invention for — *• Improvements 
in the manu&cture or construction of springs." Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



23fd November IdSS. 



23ni November 1858. 



23rd November 1858. 



94tliNovemberl85e. 



2864. Wai.t«h Ralston, of the City of Mancheater, in the County of L 
Engraver lo Calico Printers, for lui invention for — " Improvements in embosaing uid 
finishing woven AtbricB, uid in the machinery or tppuittus employed therein." 

LrtlcTt Palml staled. 

S666. William Henry Dawks, of Bromford Ironirorke, West Bromwich, in 
the County of Stafford, Iron Master, for &d invention for — " An iniprovenient in forge 
heininera and in the anvils lUed with forge bommerg and aqueeiera." 

Ltllert Pattnl leated. 

2eSS. William Gohma.v, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanuk. North Britain. 
EngniviT, for an invpntion for — " Improvements in furnace* and in the combustion of 
fuel, and in apparatus connected therewith." Leileri Patent tealrd. 



3667. Jambs Fair 
for an Invention for- 



Empire, for ai 



SATHER. of Dundee, in the County of Forfar, North Britain, 
Improvements in weaving bags, sacks, and other tubular 
Proviaonal protection only. 
:lix BoRKiico dk Chodzko, of Paris, Town In the French 
for — " A smoke preventing apparatus." 

Pravinonal proleetion Mt(y. 
3659, Alfred Vincbnt Nbwton, of the Office for Patents. 6G. Chancery Une, 
Id the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Im- 
provemenia in retorts for generating illuminating gas." — A eommunication. 

Provisionat protection onJy. 

2660. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, far an inrention for — 
" Improved machinery for sweeping floors." — A romntunication. 

Letters Patent seated. 

2661. William Warne, jAMtta Archibald Jaqvbs, and John Ambricuh 
Fanhhawe, alt of Tottenham, in the County of Middlesex, India-rubber Manure- 
turcra, for on invention for — "An improved fiibric applicable for covering floors and 
walls and for other analogous purposes." Lttiers Patent sealed. 

2662. Richard Hugh Huqhks. of Hatton Garden, in the County of Middlesei. 
Engineer, fi>r an invention for — " Improvements in means or apparatus employed 
when lighting by gas." Letters Patent sealed. 

2663. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improvement in cigar cases." 
— A communication from G. Scriba, residing in Paris. IitUrrs Paltnl teoM. 



of Old Cavendish Street, in the County of Middlesex, 
— " Improvements in the construction of ball 
Procisiemal protection only. 



2664. Sin Charles 
Brigadier Genera), fur an 
and bullet proof shields or mantlets." 

2665. William Edward N&ivton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lone, 
in tbe County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in mills for grinding com." — A communication. Provisional proteetion onig, 

S666. Alfhid Vincent Newton, of the Office for Pat«nt«, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — 
" Improved machinery for making bolts and rivets." — A eammvnication. 

Leileri Patent staled. 

2667. RicitAi 



Rv Hkhr, of Islington, in the County of Middlesex, Engi- 
Mth NoTember 185S. neer, for an invention for— "A new manufacture of articles, |)Brt« of articles, put* 
of machinery surfaces and ornamental works, from talc and other silicates of mag- 
nesia." Letters Patent sealsJ. 

sees. Charlrr PRTERsaN, of LowclifTc Lodge. Isle of Wight, in the County 
of Hants, Gcnticman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture 
of paper cartridges and in paper applicable for waterproof purposes." 

Letters Patatt staled. 

2689. James Syron Nibbb, of the Manor of Aston, in tbe County of Warwick, 
Lamp and (Chandelier Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvemenl* in U«hting. 
heating, and ventilating." Ltttert Potent 






16B 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OP 



Johnson. 
24th November 1858. 



Amos. 
25th November 1858. 



Calvert. 
Lowe. 
25th November 1858. 

Eastwood. 
25th November 1858. 

BODMBR. 

25th November 1858. 

Luis. 
25th November 1858. 



Vasserot. 
25th November 1858. 



Nuttall. 
Riding, 
coulthurst. 
25th November 1858. 

Maberly. 
25th November 1858. 

Parker. 
25th November 1858. 

Loos. 
25th November 1858. 

Mather. 
25th November 1858. 



Burton. 
25th November 1858. 



Luis. 
26th November 1858. 



Harrison. 

26th November 1858. 



Dixon. 
Fisher. 
November 1858. 



2670. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Biitain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the employment of electricity as 
a motive-power.'' — A communicatioH, Provisional protectiom only, 

2671. Charles Edwards Amos, of the Grove, in the Borough of Southwark, 
Engineer, for an invention for — "Improved apparatus for raising and supporting 
ships or vessels while undergoing repair, which apparatus is also applicable for 
facilitating the passage of ships or vessels over bars, sand banks, or in shallow 
waters." Letters Patent sealed ; no spec^aticnJUed. 

2672. Frederick Grace Calvert, of the City of Manchester, Professor of 
Chemistry, and Charles Lowe, of the same place. Analytical Chemist, for an 
invention for — '* Improvements in the manufacture of size." Letters Patent sealed. 

2673. Henry Eastwood, of Elland, near Halifax, in the County of York, 
Machine Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in purifying gas for illumina- 
ting purposes." Provisional protection onkf, 

2674. Rudolph Bodmer, of 2, Thavies Inn, Holbom, London, for an invention 
for — ** Improvements in valves for regulating the supply of steam." — A commmnication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2676. Joz£ Luis, of the British and Foreign Office for Patents, No. In, Welbeck 
Street, Cavendish Square, London, in the County of Middlesex, Patent Agent, 
for an invention for — " A safe guard agunst burglars." — A communication from 
Serge Krotkoff, Complete specification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

2676. Charles Fri^deric Vasserot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved petticoat and bustle." — A com- 
munication from Alexandre Braconnier, residing at Paris, in the Empire of France. 

Provisional protection only. 

2677. James Nuttall, Beer Retailer, Old Accrington, George Riding, of 
Clayton-le-Moors, Medical Botanist, and William Coulthurst, Chemist, Old 
Accrington, all in the County of Lancaster, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
sizes for sizeing cotton, linen, or other warps or yams for weaving." 

Provisional protection only. 

2678. Frederick Herbert Maberly, of Stowmarket, in the County of 
Suffolk, Master of Arts, for an invention for — " Improvements in candlesticks." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2670. Charles Parker, of Dundee, in the County of Forfar, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in looms for weaving." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2680. Frederick Loos, of Mercer Street, Long Acre, London, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in gas regulators." Letters Patent sealed. 

2681. Colin Mather, of Salford, in the County of Lancaster, Machinist, for 
an invention for — "An improved steam trap or apparatus for allowing the escape 
of water and air from pipes, vessels, or chambers heated by steam." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2682. William Burton, of the firm of Burton and Garraway, of Bethnal 
Green, in the County of Middlesex, Orchil, Cudbear, and Extract of Indigo 
Manufacturers, for an invention for — " Improvements in preparing coloring matter 
for dyeing." Provisional protection only. 

2683. Joz£ Luis, of the British and Foreign Ofiice for Patents, No. 1b, TVelbeck 
Street, Cavendish Square, London, in the County of Middlesex, Patent* Agent, 
for an invention for — ** A new sort of drawers or trowsers for ladies or children." — A 
communication from Celina Qobert, Letters Patent sealed. 

2684. John Harrison, of Blackburn, in the County of Lancaster, Machine 
Maker, for an invention for-^" Improvements in rollers applicable to sizing, dress- 
ing, calendering, and squeezing machines." Provisional protection only. 

2685. Edward Dixon, of Wolverhampton, in the County of Stafford, Manufao 
turer, and John Fisher, of Wolverhampton, aforesaid. Tube Drawer, for an inven* 
tion for — " An improvement in the manufacture of welded iron tubes." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



aese. andu 

Engineer, for ai 



S6th Nuvembd 1858. 



26th Xoyember 1853. 



ROLLASON. 

»lh November 1858. 



Tancyk. 
ftib Novcmbei 186S. 



Ram ■BOTTOM. 
.»rth November 1 858. 



KlUttXAH. 

POHKKRK. 

87th November 18.i8. 



Bur RILL. 
.S7thNoTemberl868. 



■ Bowie, of Glugow, in the County of Luurk, North Britun, 
ivention foe — " Improvements in goveraora for marine engincB." 

Provitiimal proletlion on/y. 
2687. Michael Mevbrr. of No. 9, Gre«t Atie Street, Goodm&n's Field«, 
London, Umbrella and Parasol Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
n parasols." httttri Patent traltd. 

2668. Marc Antoinb Francois Mesnonk, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 3U. Rue de I'Echiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for 
mproved manufacture of leather." — A communication from a Freach Stilijiet 
rending at Cioita Vfcchia. Pmvisiimal prolrction only. 

iRDSON, of I, New Broad Street, in the Citf of London. 
Metal Mcfflumt and Contmctor, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery 
ir apparatus for pressing bales of goods." — A eommHnieation, 

Provisional protection onif. 
S690. THEonoRE Bvrun tluDBBLL, and Gborgk James Ho li. aeon, both of 
Caatle Street, in the County of Middlesex, Manufacturers, for an invention for — 
' Improved apparatuses for brightening and politliing metal surfaces." 

Proriiional protection onl</. 
S6G1. John Bii.mnctu.s- Booth, of Preston, in the County of Lancaster. 
5pinillc Manufacturer, for an invention for — "Improvements in machinery or 
apparatus fur jirrparing, spinning, doubling, and landing cotton and other fifarnui 
materials." Letters Patent tealsd. 

36B2. WiLMAu Richards, of the Gas Works, Barcelona, in the Kingdom of 
Spain, Engineer, but now of Harpur Stteet, Red Lion Sqoarc, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of gas-meters." 

Leiteri Patent aeaUd. 
a Griffithh, and Johx Brennam), both of Burnley, in the County 
of Lancaster, Engineers, Sic., for an invention for — " Improvements in lubricators for 
introducing lubricating matter into steam cylinders and other chambers or parts 
under pressure." Letters Patent tealed. 

SfRATT, of?!. College Street, Camden Town, in the County of 
MiildlcsM, for an invention for — "Improvements in the manufacture and strength- 
ening of paper." Provitional protection only. 

iS. Jambs Tanovs, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Machinist, 
I invention for — " An improvement in hydraulic presses." 

Letters Patent sealtd. 

96. John U.^msbottom, of Accrington, in the County of Lancaster, En^ne«r, 
I invention for — " Improvements in machinery or appantus applicable to water 
B, and to indicating and regulating the flow and pressure of fluids generally. 
1 obtaining mottve-jiower from the same." Letters Patent tealrd. 

97. Gbobgh CoLt.IBH,of Halifa.'c, in the County- of York, Engineer, for an 
tbo for — " Improvements in means or apparatus employed in weaving." 

Prot^Honat protection only. 

98. RoacRT Alexander, of Dillichip, in the County of Dumbarton, North 
Rritain. Bleacher, for an invention for — " Improvements in treating, preparing, and 
bleaching textile fabrics and other materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

3688. Frbdehick Constantinb Ki!iNEAR,of IIoiton,aDd David Posbnbr, 
of Windmill Street, lluymorket, both in the County of Middlesex, for an invention 
for~-" Improvemenib in the means of preserving life and property in navigation." 

Praeisional proteetion <mly. 

S700. HuoB Lhr PATTiNaaN. of Stotes Hall, Jcsmond. Newcastle-upou-'I^ne. 

for an invention for — " Improvements in utilising the heat of slags of iron and other 

works." Jjettrrs Patent sealed; no specification ^led, 

9701. Charlsb Burrbli.. of Tbetford. in the County of Norfolk, Engineer, for 

or an invention for — " Improvement! in trtction engines and carriages." 

Letters Patent sealed. 



170 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OP 



Sandbr. 
27th November 1858. 

TiLLIB. 

27th November 1858. 

DiGOLE. 

27th November 1858. 

Gbrnbr. 

27th November 1858. 



P08SOZ. 
29ih November 1858. 

Oatbs. 
29th November 1858. 

Stars ucK. 
29th November 1858. 

Pbrrare-Michal. 
29ih November 1858. 



Collier. 
Noble. 
29th November 1858. 

Newton. 
29th November 1858. 



Hadfield. 

29th November 1858. 

Parsons. 
29th November 1858. 



Hancock. 
29th November 1858. 



Lea. 

Shbrring. 
29th November 1858. 

Henry. 
29th November 1858. 



Johnson. 
29th November 1858. 



S70S. George Bowden Sander^ of High Holbom, in the County of Middleaez, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in jugs." Letters Patent makd, 

2703. William Tillie, of the City of Londonderry, Ireland, Shirt Manufscturer, 
for an invention for — "An improvement in the manufBurture of shirts and shirt 
^nts." ProvUiotuU protectum mdf. 

2704. Squire Digole, of Ratcliffe, in the County of Lancaster, Machine Maker, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in pattern chains or other such apparatus used 
in weaving ' - - - 



>9 



Letters Patent sealed. 



2706. Henry Gerner, of No. 2, Garway Road, Bayswater, in the County of 
Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the mode of and 
apparatus for manufscturing gas for illumination and heating." 

Prtwisional protection onif. 

2706. Louis Antoine Posboz, Chemist, of Rue Neuve St. Augustin, No. 9, 
Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for — " Manufacturing alkalies and 
obtaining simultaneously other chemical products.'' Letters Patent seated, 

2707. George Gates, of Gatefield Works, Sheffield, in the County of York, 
Scissors Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 



scissors.*' — A communication. 



Letters Patent sealed. 



2708. Moses Starbuck, of New York, in the County of New York, and State 
of New York, and United States of America, for an invention for — " A static pres- 
sure engine." Provisional protection SOT granted, 

2700. Francois Socrate Perrare-Michal, of No. 20, Rue de la Chaus^ 
d'Antin, in the City of Paris, France, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in the manufEkHure of bridles (without bits and without curb chains) for 
riding, driving, or otherwise conducting horses." Provisional protection only. 

2710. George Collier, and William Noble, both of Halifax, in the County 
of York, for an invention for — " Improvements in means or apparatus for the 
manufacture of spokes for carriage wheels, which improvements are also applicable to 
the cutting of wood for other purposes." Letters Patent sealed, 

2711. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved 
expansion or cut-off gear for steam-engines." — A communication. 

Liters Patent sealed, 

2712. George Hadfield, of Carlisle, Varnish Manufiu;turer, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the construction of carboys, barrels, and other vessels of 
capacity." Letters Patent sealed. 

2718. William Parsons, of Bitterin, near Southampton, in the County of 
Hants, Bricklayer, for an invention for — " Doing away with the smell arising from 
the melting fat, tallow, Sec, and also for an improvement in stirring and straining the 
same." Letters Patent sealed. 

2714. Charles Hancock, of West Street, Smithfield, in the City of London, 
Gutta-percha Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Certain improvements in the 
insulation and manufEu^ure of electric telegraph wires and cables." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2716. John Lea, and William Alexander Sheering, both of Cecil Court» 
St. Martin's Lane, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — ** Improve- 
ments in the treatment of vegetable fibres for the manufacture of paper, spinning, 
and other purposes." Provisional protection only. 

2716. William Arthur Henry, of Sheffield, in the County of York, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in machineiy or apparatus for attaching the 
soles and heels of boots and shoes to the upper leathers, and in the fastenings 
employed for that purpose." Letters Patent sealed. 



2717. John Henry Johnson, of 47> Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in locomotive engines." — A eom- 
nmnication. Letters Patent seakd. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



171 



BSDKLLS. 

39th November 1858. 



29tb Novoinber 1858. 



Markb. 
3athNoTemberl858. 



Tiiow. 

Hall. 

30th November 1858. 



CoLYKS. 

dOtb November 1( 



3718. Jban Baptist! Blamot. of No. 8, Rue Thevenot, in the City of P«ii«, 
Fmnce, Merchant, for an invention for — " Improved pettiewits for ladiea." 

Pnmtionai proteeliait imii/. 

S710. LouiB A. NoBUAKDV, Junior, of 67, Judd Street, Bniniwick Squ&re, 

London, for &o invention for — " Improvements in manufacturinfi file*."~J comm»- 

nication. Prtmitional proltclion only. 

2730. Calbd Bbdrllr, of Leicester, for an invention for — "Improvements in 

the manufacture of elastic fabriea, and the machinery employed in this manufiuture." 

Leilers Patent lealed. 

2721. John Greriiam. of Hull, Esquire, for an invention for^" Improvements 
in apparatus for presorving ships' pajjers and other papers and writings in ease of the 
lost of or accident to a ship whilst at sea." Letlrrs Patnl staled. 

2722. Gbrd Jacod Bbnsen, of 7, Christian Street, St. George's in the East, for 
an invention for—" Ira|irovements in cleansing or purifying animal charcoal nfter it 
has been employed by sugar refiners." Promiional proleclion onbf. 

2723. Dambl Bvanb, of Chobham Cottages, New Town Stntford, in the 
County of Essex, and Gborgk Jo-nk-s, of Charlotte Place, Upper Kennington Lane, 
in the County of Surrey. Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvenienls in pumps 
and water guoges." Letlrrs Paint lealtd. 

2724. JozE Llib, of the British and Foreign Office for Patents, No. I b. Wdbtck 
Street, Cavendish Square, London, in the County of Middlesex. I'alcnt Agent, (or 
an invention for — " A watch simpliSed with anchor escapements and rack forming 
a double lever catching in the pinion of its balance wheel."— J mmmtfiiicaficni from 
Antnine Jjepagt. Provitional proleelion onjjp. 

2726. JozSLciB, of the British and Foreign Office for Patents, No. 1b, Welbeck 
Street, Cavendish Square. London, in the County of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for 
an invention for—" A new railroad with continued supports 9])llntored together 
without any wood being used." — A eomma-nicalion fmm Jitrm Barrnux. 

Proeiiional protection onlf. 
'.KD Albxandbr Burton, of 30, Wyrh Street, Strand, in the County 
Machinist, for en invention for — " A moveable face and handle for 
irons." Praviiitmat iiToleclioii oa/y. 

*HON Marks, of London Wall, in the City of London, General Trim- 
ifaclurer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufscture of 
cIcN." Prorinonaj ^refection only. 

AVin TiiouBDN, of Old Brompton, in the County of Middlesex, for an 
ir — ■" Improvements in machinery for raising water and other liquids." 

ProcMioRuI profeettON on/y. 

2720. John- Thovt, and TuouAS Mitcheson Hall, both of Prciton, in the 

County of LancasUr, Engineers, for an invention for — "Preventing the fusion of 

the fire-bars in locomotive or other furnaces." Letltn Falenl teaUd. 

2730. AucraT Emil Clbmbns SciiBrnBt, of the firm of Gouda, Scbcidel, \nA 
Company, of Frankfort-on-the-Mun, in Germany, and Walling Street, in the City 
of London, Manufacturers, for an invention for—" Improvements in fastenings for 
belts, braces, garters, books, porte-monnaiea, portfolios, pocket books, invoice, 
writing, and cigar caies. reticules, bags, and other similar articles or purjioscs." — A 
■ from P. F. Gouda. Lrltert Patent tealrd. 

TLiBB Boccius, of Totncs, in the County of Devon, Gentleman, for 
or — ■' Improvements in Ihe cunstniction of furnaces." 

Procaional proleetion onljf, 
3732. William Edwaku NRWTOn.of the Office for Patents, 66. Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for an invention for—" Improvement! 
in telegraphing and in telegraphic apparatus." — A rrmmutlifatioti. 

Provinonal proteetitM out). 

2733. JosRPH CoLVKB, of Leman Street, in the County of Middlesex. Coopw 

and Back Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in mKhinery and apparrtOi 

for cutting and shaping stAves and other puts of casks." Letfert Puet 






2726. A I 
of Middlesc 
smoothing i 

3727. A J 
ming Mar 
braided ar 

S7S8. 



3731. Got 




172 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



C0UL8ON. 
dOth November 1858. 

Stenoer. 
Ist December 1858. 

Bow. 
Ist December 1858. 

Loach. 
Cox. 
Ist December 1858. 



Jones. 
iBt December 1858. 

Purssolove. 
Ist December 1858. 

Laming. 
1st December 1858. 



Vasserot. 
1st December 1858. 



Samuel. 
Nicholson. 
Ist December 1858. 

Viney. 
1st December 1858. 



AOCOCK. 

Ist December 1858. 

Warner. 

Derbyshire. 

Mann. 

Ist December 1858. 

Bales. 
Ist December 1858. 

Bessemer. 
1st December 1858. 

Newington. 
Ist December 1858. 

Davis. 
Wright. 
1st December 1858. 



27S4. John Coulson, of the firm of J. and W. Midworth, of Newark, in the 
County of Nottingham, Engineers, for an invention for — "Improvements in 
threshing and dressing machines." Letters Patent sealed. 

2786. August Stenger, of 4, Gresham Street, in the City of London, Com- 
mission Merchant, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 
cravats, braces, belts, and waistbands." Protfisional protection only, 

2786. Robert Henry Bow, of Edinburgh, in the County of Midlothian, North 
Britain, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in railviray chairs and 
fastenings." Letters Patent sealed. 

2787. John Loach, Japanner, and John Cox, Electro Plater, both of Bir- 
mingham, in the County of Warwick, for an invention for — " Certain improvements 
in ornamenting the surfeu^es of japanned goods, and which said improvements are 
also applicable to the ornamenting of certain other surfaces." 

Prouisional protection only, 

2788. EowARD Jones, of Dudley, in the County of Worcester, Manager of Iron 
Works, for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in the manufacture 
of coke in ovens." Letters Patent sealed. 



2780. Thomas Paramore Purssolove, of Battersea, in the County of Surrey, 
for an invention for — " An improved pressure gauge for steam, gas, or other fluids." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2740. Richard Laming, of Hayward's Heath, in the County of Sussex, tor an 
invention for — "Improvements in purifying gas, and in tumhig sulphuretted hy- 
drogen, carbonic acid, and ammonia, or their compounds, to profitable account." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2741. Charles FRinERic Vasserot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An apparatus for printing with different colours 
thread to be applied to the manufacture of textile fabrics." — A communication from 
Adolphe Leqiunt, residing at Amiens, in the Empire of France. 

Provisional protection only, 

2742. James Samuel, of Great George Street, in the City of Westminster, Civil 
Engineer, and John Nicholson, of Wellington Stfeet, Bromley, in the County of 
Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — "Improvements in and in connection 
with marine and other steam-engines." Letters Patent sealed, 

2748. Ebenezer Viney, of the firm of John Viney and Son, of ComhiU, in the 
City of London, Portmanteau Manufacturers, for an invention for — " An improve- 
ment in the construction of portmanteaus, desks, dressing-cases, despatch boxes, and 
other like articles." Letters Patent sealed, 

2744. Henry Adcock, of the City Road, in the County of Middlesex, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in furnaces and apparatus for annealing wire." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2745. Frederick Warner, of Jewin Street, in the City of London, John 
Derbyshire, of Longton, in the County of Stafford, and Alexander Mann, of 
Little Britain, in the City of London, for an invention for — " An improvement in the 
manufacture of cocks or taps." Letters Patent sealed, 

2746. George William Bales, of Ipswich, in the County of Suffolk, Gun 
Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for retaining doors, sashes, 
or frames when shut or closed." Letters Patent sealed. 

2747. Henry Bessemer, of 4, Queen Street PUce, New Cannon Street, in the 
City of London, for an invention for — " Improvements in railway and other wheels 
and wheel tyres." Provisional protection only, 

2748. Samuel Newington, of Ticehurst, in the Coimty of Sussex, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in agricultural implements." Letters Patent sealed. 



2749. Ann Elizabeth Davis, of 1, Pulboro* Place, Harleyford Road, Vauxhall, 
and Richard Wright, of 28, Grosvenor Park, Camberwell, both in the County of 
Surrey, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of oolouiing mi^fcter 
) for spirits and other liquids." Provisional protection only^ 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



for 



iN-ciiAM, of Rave 
" Improvements 



Mac Kibdv. 
itnd December 1828. 



RoneRTRON. 
Orchah. 
Aid December 1S68. 



2nil December 1HS8. 



HrA Dpccmher 1853. 



Srd December 1853, 



.Ird December 1858. 



Srd December 1868. 



ihead. in the County of Lannuter. Eaquire, 
II the constractioii of annealing kilns or 
Ijrttert Patent teahd. 
S76I. Levi Bissbi,!., of the City nnd State of New York, United Sl*>Us of 
America, for an invention for — " Iinprovementa in trucks for Incomotive enfjinei." 

Lettrrt Palml lealed. 
S76S. Jouv Lkwir, of Elizabeth, in the County of Essex, and Stale of New 
Jersey, United States of America, for an invention for — " Improvements in means 
for attaching sails to the yards of ships or vessels." Letlen Palenl ttakd. 

2753. Edmund Leopold Benzon, of Sheffield, in the County of York, Steel 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — "The manufocture of useful alloys of alumi- 
lium." — A rommimicalion. Letleri Falmt $ealed, 

S764. Laijciilan Mac Kinnv. of the Gtcbe Sugar House. Greenock, in the 
Coun^ of Renfrcvc, North Britain, Sugar Refiner, for an invention for — " Improved 
combined bathing, n'oshing, and water-closet apparatus." Ltlltn Patent ttakd. 



275B. LxrcHL.sN Mac Kd 

County of Renfrew, North Brit 
ts in the manufacture of 



IT, of the Glebe Sugar House, Greenock, in the 
I, Sugar llefincr, for an invention for — " Improve- 
hetltrt Point lealed. 



igar. 

2760. Joseph Rogebb, of No. 9, Queen Sijuorc, Bartholamew Close, in the City 
of London, Rope Maker, for an invenliuu for — " Improvements in the inaiiufactim 
of ropes, cables, cords, aud lines." Prtmitional protection only. 

3757. WiLMAM Robertson, of Dundee, in the County nf Forfiir, North Britsin, 
Engineer, and Jambs Guthrie Obchar, of the same place. Engineer, for an 
vention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for windinii ysros or 
thrends." Lettrrt Patent tealed. 

S7&8. Jacobus Tvssrx, of Rotterdam, in the Kingdom of Holland, Mariner, 
ir an invention for — " Improvements in obtaining and spplyinff m olive- power," 

Proviiiosal protection only. 
S7C8. John Baillie. of Vienna, ia the Empire of Austria, Engineer, for on 
ivention for — " Improvements in the construction of railway wheels." 

Leltert Patent seaUd. 
fl7eO. Gbobgr Spillbr, of No. 15, Upper Southwiek Street, in the County 
of Middlesen, a Lieutenant-Colonel in Her Mujesly'a Royal Artillery, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in knapsacks for mihtary and other purposes." 

Letter! Patent *ealed. 

2761. MicKAEt, Hksrv, of 64, Fleet Street, in the City of London, Patent Agent, 
iir an invention fcr — " Improvements in manufacturing and revivifying liane hUek 
r animal cliarcoal, and in kilns and apparatus employed therein." — A comannication 

from J. A. Lagard. Letters Patent seated. 

a. Thomas Bailey, of New Orleans, United StaUs, and of 17. Russell Street. 
Birmingham, In the County of Warwick, Gun Manufacturer, for an invention tut — 
' A mechanical movement applicable to loading fire-armi and other purpoBes." 

Ultej-M Patent lealed. 

S763. Michael Tooke, of the City of Norwicb, Tailor, for an invention foi^ 

"Improvements In apparatus for measuring the humun figure and in applying the 

same for tracing out garments for the human figure." Provisional protection only. 

2784. Gboror Edward Nooke, of No. 2H, Hodson Street. Francis Street, 
Newington Butts, in the Cuunty of Surry, Engineer, for an invention for — " CertMn 
improvements in machinery for generating gas from coal." Lettert Patent tealed. 

2765. Samuel PeTB»a, of No. 12, Rue de la Uriche, at St. Denis, near Paris, 
Mechanic, for an Invention for — " Improvemenla in the manufacture of pipes and 
tubes, uod in the apparatus employed therem." Provitional protection only. 

2706, Edward Staston Jonks, of Kt, Marylcbone Street, Golden Square, in 
the County of Middlesex, Professor of Music, for an invenlirm for — "Improvement* 
in comets, trumpets, boms, and similar rausiual wind instruments." 

Provitionol protection only. 




\U 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



COATEB. 

drd December 1858. 

Vassbrot. 
drd December 1858. 



Vassbrot. 
drd December 1858. 



Bbvan. 

3rd December 1858. 



Cameron. 
4th December 1858. 

Lego. 
4th December 1858. 



Fletcher. 
4th December 1858. 

Fisher 
Fisher. 
Bird. 
4th December 1858. 

Pickering. 
4th December 1858. 

Servier. 
4th December 1858. 

Sibley. 
4th December 1858. 

Smith. 

townsend. 

Williams. 

4th December 1858. 

MONNIER. 

4th December 1858. 

Turner. 
4th December 1858. 

Yates. 
4th December 1858. 

Norton. 
4th December 1858. 



2767. Charles Coateb, of Sunnyside, near Rawtenstall, in the County of 
Lancaster, Engineer, for an invention for — "Improvements in maundrills for 
printing." Letters Patent sealed. 

2768. Charles Fr£deric Vassbrot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — *' An improved apparatus for ventilating mines 
or other similar purposes." — A communication from Mathias Welter, and George 
Bohringer, residing at Forbach, Moselle, in the Empire of France. 

Provisional proteetum only. 

2760. Charles Fri6deric Vassbrot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — "Improved arrangements to be applied to 
window-sashes to prevent draughts and infiltration of water." — A communication from 
Eughne Desrocques, residing at Havre, in the Empire of France. 

Provisional protection onUf. 

2770. Henry Bbvan, of Shrewsbury, in the County of Salop, Accountant, for 
an invention for — "New or improved machines for effecting or facilitating arith- 
metical operations." Letters Patent seated. 

2771. John Cameron, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for the manufacture of 
sugar." Letters Patent sealed ; specification filed by order. 

2772. Robert Lego, Millwright and Engineer, of 11, Ashby Street, Clerkenwell, 
in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " A machine for combining the 
operation of compressing and cutting tobacco diudng the process of manufacture." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2773. Lawrbnce Wood Fletcher, of Bleaklow, near Bury, in the County of 
Lancaster, Spinner and Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the 
construction of electric telegraph cables." Letters Patent sealed. 

2774. James Brooks Fisher, and John Fisher, of Stourbridge, in the County 
of Worcester, Fire Brick Manufacturers, and James Bird, the younger, of Kings- 
winford, in the County of Sta£Pord, Agent, for an invention for — " An improvement 
in the doors and dampers of furnaces and other places where intense heat has to be 
resisted." Letters Patent sealed, 

2775. Ralph Pickering, of Lockerbie, in the County of Dumfries, Railway 
Inspector, for an invention for — " Improvements in communicating signals from one 
part of a railway train to another." Letters Patent sealed. 

2776. Edouard Aristide Servier, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Engineer, 
for an invention for — '* Improvements in pressure and fluid level indicators." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2777. Thomas Sibley, of Ashton-under-Lyne, in the County of Lancaster, 
Machine Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in looms for weaving." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2778. Alfred Smith, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufacturer, 
and James Townsend, of Birmingham, aforesaid. Manufacturer, and Edward 
Walter Williams, of Birmingham, aforesaid. Manufacturer, for an invention for 
— " An improvement or improvements in breech-loading fire-arms." 

Provisional protection only, 

2770. Jean Baptiste Antoine Monnier, of Nemours (Seine et Mame), 
France, for an invention for — " Improvements in actuating railway brakes." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2780. JosiAH Turner, of 8, Lavender Grove, Queen's Road, Dalston, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of 
chairs." Provisional protection only. 

2781. Henry Thomas Yates, of Hounds Gate, Nottingham, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the manufacture of boards or sheets when wood saw dust is 
used." Letters Patent sealed. 



2782. Jambs Lee Norton, of Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, in the Oty 
of London, for an invention for — " Improvements in machines for stretching and 
drying fabrics, and in drying wool and other fibres." Provisional protection only I 



I 4& December 1858. 

Putt. 
I 4th December lUoS. 

I Hahoinc. 

I fth December IS£8. 

J08SON. 
fob December IBoB. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 1?5 

2783. MicHAKL Henbv, of 84, Fleet Street, in the Citj of London, Patent 
Aj^ent, for an invention for — " Improveinenta in weavinf^ and in looms or sppftntiu 
employed therein." — A eommunication/rotu Mr. F. Dttrand and Mr. PradtL 

Lettrrs Palmt ttaled. 
S7B4. William Edward Nbwton, of the Office for Pstents, 66, Cbanceiy Une. 
in the Counti^ of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for ui invention for — " Certain improve- 
mentB in grun and gnus harvesting nkkchinea." — A commtaucation. 

LttUri PalenI leaUd. 
S785. John Platt, of Oldham, in the Countj of Lancaster, Mecbuucal Engi- 
neer, for an inventiou for — " ImprovementB in mulea for spinning." 

Fronitiimal prottetion only. 

2786. TiiouAa Richahdb Habdino, of Leeds, in the Coontj of York, Hackle 
Pin Manufacturer, for an invention for — "linprovementi in combs, gills, hackles, 
and Bimilor implements used in silk, wool, and flax machinery, and in the method 
of making the same." Provitioital protection onlj/. 

2787. John J 00 son, of the Derwent Foundry, Derby, for an invention foi^ 
" Improvements in the numiifacture of stoves and fireplaces.' '^i>f/ers Patent ualed. 

2788. Jamss Grbene Arnold, of Worcester, Msssachuictts, in the United 
Improvements in envelopes for letters and 



similftT purposes." 



Letim Patrat ttaled. 



2789. Benjamin Nicoli,, of 40 and 42, Regent Street, and 46, Lombard Street, 
London, Shirt Maker, and 4-J, Grafton Street, Dublin, for an invention for — " Im- 
provemcnls in agricultural machinery for all kinds of crop, chaff, turnip, and other 
root cutting, and for the purposes of hay making and rubbing corn and seed from 
the stalks (instead of thresh iog)." Prointional profrelioa only. 

2790. Jambs Mvir, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Bntain, Pattern 
Designer, and Francis Muir, of Pusley, in the County of Renfrew, North Britain. 
Pattern Printer, for an invention for — " Improvements in ornamental or colour 
printing." Proi'MiQiuil prottction only. 

2781. Gbohgb Snell. of Leeds, in the County of York, Cloth Finisher, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for cutting woollen 
fabrics." Letters Patrat Koltd. 

2782. John Dawson, of Holbeck, in the Parish of Leeds, in the County of 
York, Machine Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or appa- 
ratus for raising the nap on woollen cloths." Lelltn Patent ttaled. 

3788. David Blair White, of Neweaatle-upon-Tyne. in the County of 
Northumberland, Doctor of Medicine, for an invention for—" Improvement* in 
indicating -gauges." Letter) Patent tealed. 

S784. Richard Archidald Broohan, of 166, Fleet Street, in the Qty of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manu- 
facture of gloves." — A communKation from Meisri. A. ^ L. Fontaine, retidini/ in 
Pari*. letter) Patent tealed. 

2786. Frederick William Fletcher, of Erdingtoa. near Birmingham, in the 
County of Warwick, Tube and Nail Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in bolts for securitig doors and for other similar purposes." 

Lefferi Patent sraled. 

2786. Edwin Watkin Scale, of MerihyrTydvil, in the County of Glamorgan- 
shire, South Wales, Agent and Contractor, for an invention for — " Improvemeota in 
railway and other breaks." Prouieional proteetUm Only. 

2787. Jambs Edward Bovn, of Hither Green, Lewisham, in the County of 
Kent, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of taps, 
valves, cocks, spiggotts. or other apparatus or instruments for guaging dr for drawing 
off the liquid or fluid contents of any cask, butt, vat, barrel, or other vesseL" 

LetttTt Potent tealed. 

S788. William Arhand Gilbbs, of No. 4, South Street, Frnsbuiy. London. 

Patent Agent, for an invention for—" An improved portable bith."— .< eonmaniea- 

tion. PrctntiomiU protection only. 



176 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Williams. 
Ellison. 
7th December 1858. 

Whitelby. 

KiTCHBNMAN. 

7th December 1858. 

Maddbrs. 
Waddinqton. 
7th December 1858. 

Harris. 
7th December 1858. 



Larnbd. 
7th December 1858. 



Scarborough. 
7th December 1858. 

Haslam. 

LUTBNBR. 

7th December 1858. 

BURNBSS. 

7th December 1868. 

PUOH. 

7th December 1858. 



Fbrrabbb. 

England. 

7th December 1858. 



Mbnnons. 
7th December 1858. 



Chantrbll. 
8th December 1858. 



Db Cappot. 
Jarriant. 
8th December 1858. 

Manning. 
Bth December 1858. 

Hbnry. 
8th December 1858. 



2799. Charlbs Williams, and William Ellison, of No. 17» Acton Plice, 
Kingsland Road, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — *' A new mode 
or method of securing and liberating the corks and stoppers of bottles." 

Provisional protection only, 

2800. John Whitblby, of Halifax, in the Coimty of York,. Machine Maker, 
and Thomas Kitchbnman, of the same place, StufP Presser, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in press plates or apparatus employed in hot pressing woven fabrics.'* 

Provisional protection only. 

2601. William Maddbrs, and John Waddinqton, of the City of Man- 
chester, in the County of Lancaster, Embroiderers, for an invention for — *' Improve- 
ments in machinery or apparatus for embroidering woven fabrics." 

Provisional protection only. 

2802. John Jambs Harris, of Woodlesford, near Leeds, in the County of York, 
Brewer, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for refrigerating and 
regulating the temperature in worts and beer, which may also be employed as con- 
densers in distilling." Provisional protection only, 

2803. JoSBPH G. E. Larnbd, of the City of Brooklyn, in the State of New 
York, United States of America, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the con- 
struction and arrangement of the boilers and working parts of steam fire-engines, 
part of which is applicable to engines for other purposes." 

Provisional protection only. 

2804. John Vtckbrs Scarborough, of Belfast, in the County of Antrim, Ire- 
land, Gutta-percha Boot Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in 
apparatus for the manufurture of boots and shoes." Letters Patent sealed. 

2805. John Haslam, of Preston, in the County of Lancaster, Bookkeeper, and 
John Lutbnbr, of the same place. Shuttle Maker, for an invention for — ** Im- 
provements in healds used in looms and dressing-frames." 

Provisional protection only. 

2806. William Burnbbs, of 2, Prospect Terrace, Brixton, in the County of 
Surrey, for an invention for — " Improvements in pumping and forcing liquids." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2807. Stbphbn Williams Puoh, of Nelson Square, Commercial Road, New 
Peckham, in the County of Surrey, for an invention for — ** Improvements in obtaining 
and purifying naphtha, paraffine and other oils, and also spirits." 

Provisional protection only. 

2808. Jambs Fbrrabbb, of the Phoenix Iron Works, Stroud, in the County of 
Gloucester, Engineer, and Frbdbrick Hbnry England, Manager, of Foomhall 
Mills, Stroud, for an invention for — " Improvements applicable to machinery for 
carding, scribbling, and condensing wool and other fibrous substances." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2809. Marc Antoinb Francois Mbnnons, of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de I'Echiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention 
for—'' An improved apparatus for ascertaining and registering tiie work of certain 
kinds of lever balances." — A communication. 

Complete specification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

2810. Gborgb Frbdbric Chantrbll, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, 
Furnace Engineer, for an invention for—" Improvements in apparatus applicable to 
the manufacture and revivification of animal or vegetable charcoal." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2811. Charlbs db Cappot, and Albxandbr Jarriant, of No. 10, Route de 
la Revolte, Neuilly-sur-Seine, in the Empire of France, Civil Engineers, for an inven- 
tion for — "A new hydraulic counter." Provisional protection only. 

2812. Robbrt Lang Paigb Manning, of Prince's Square, in the County of 
Middlesex, Mariner, for an invention for — "A floating paddle-wheel." 

Provisional protection only. 

2818. MiCHABL Hbnry, of 84, Fleet Street, in the City of London, Patent Agent, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in twisting fibrous materials, and in machhieiy 
or apparatus employed therein." — A commfunication from Messieurs F. Dnrand and 
Prada, Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



177 



Phillips. 
8th December 1858. 

Lamb. 

SCMMBRS. 

8th December 1858. 

Kino. 
8th December 1858. 

Wbatmacott. 
8th December 1858. 

Mbidinger. 
8th December 1858. 

burrowes. 

Knowlbs. 

9th December 1858. 

Barrow. 
9th December 1858. 



Maudslay. 
9th December 1858. 

ECCLBS. 

9th December 1858. 



Bell. 
9th December 1858. 

LiTTLB. 

9ih December 1858. 

Elder. 
9th December 1858. 

Stewart. 
9th December 1858. 

Allen. 
9th December 1858. 

Wilson. 
9th December 1858. 

Wilson. 
9th December 1858. 

Pensuete. 
9th December 1858. 

Lauth. 
9th December 1858. 



j 2814. Samuel Phillips, of Moselev, near Birmingham, in the County of 
Warwick, Gentleman, for an invention for — ** Improrements in sliding window- 
sashes, shutters, and doors." ProritUmml jtroiectiom omhf. 

2815. Andrew Lamb, and William Alltoft Summers, both of South- 
ampton, in the County of Hants, Engineers, for an invention for — ^ Improved 
arrangement of apparatus for superheating steam." Letters Pmtemi semM. 

2816. William King, the yoimger, of Guildford, in the County of Suney, 
Grocer and Tea Dealer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in apparatus for 
roasting coffee and other substances." Provisiomal proieciUm omiy, 

2817. Charles Martin Westmacott, of Arboretum Street, Litchurch, near 
Derby, in the County of Derby, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the perma- 
nent way of railways." Procisiomai proiectUm oa/y. 

2818. Henry Mbidinger, of the University of Heidelberg, Germany, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in electric batteries." Letters Patent sealed. 



2819. Robert Llovd Burrowes, of St. Helen's, in the County of Lancaster, 
Professor of Music, and John Knowles, Junior, of the same place. Mine Sun^eyor, 
for an invention for — " Certain improvements in the construction of pianofortes and 
organs." * Letters Patent sealed, 

2820. John Barrow, junior, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Manufacturing Chemist, for an invention for — " lmpro\'ements in the treatment 
of coal gas tar, and of the oils obtained by the distillation of the same, and for the 
application of substances obtained thereby." Letters Patent sealed, 

2821. Henry Maudslay, of No. 4, Cheltenham Place, Lambeth, in the County 
of Surrey, Civil Engineer, for an invention for — " Improved glass and other vitreous 
vessels." Letters Patent sealed, 

2822. Joseph Eccles, of Blackburn, in the County of Lancaster, Cotton Manu- 
facturer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in arrangements and machinery for 
preparing for manufeu^ture and for manufacturing clay and other plastic earths into 
bricks^ tiles, pipes, and other articles formed of such materials." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2823. Henry Bell, of Belfast, in the County of Antrim, Ireland, for an im-ention 
for — " Improvements in musical instruments." Procisional protection onltf, 

2824. John Little, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, Iron- 
monger, for an invention for — " Improvements in fire grates and heating apparatus." 

Provisional protection only, 

2825. John Elder, of GlasfTow, Engincef, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in paddle-wheels." Letters Patent sealed, 

2826. James Stewart, of 69, Tottenham Court Road, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the construction of the action of 
pianofortes." Jietters Patent sealed, 

2827. Thomas Allen, of Clifton, Bristol, Ironmonger, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in folding bedsteads." Letters Patent sealed, 

2828. John Wilson, of Wansford, Northamptonshire, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in machinery for tilling and cultivating land." 

Letters Patent sealed 

2829. Henry Wilson, of Norton, in the County of Durham, Brass Fmisher, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of pumps." 

Jietters Patent sealed, 

2830. Etiennk Leon Pensuete, of Dunkirk, in the Empire of France, for an 
invention for — ** Improvements in apparatus for driving or for drawing up piles by 
steam." Letters Patent sealed. 

2831. Bernard Lauth, lute of Pittsburgh, State of Pennsly\ania, U. S. A., but 
now residing at Morley's Hotel, Trafalgar Square, in the City of Westminster, 
Mechanician, for an invention for — " An improved mode of manufacturing roda 
and shafts." Letters Patent sealed. 



M 



178 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Bethell. 
10th December 1858. 

LlOHTFOOT. 

lOth December 1858. 



Flockton. 
10th December 1858. 

Barclay. 
10th December 1858. 

Barclay. 
10th December 1858. 

Hodgson. 
10th December 1858. 



Beardmorb. 
10th December 1858. 

Wilson. 
10th December 1858. 

Kiallmark. 
Timewell. 
10th December 1858. 

Hall. 

DUTSON. 

11th December 1858. 

Guthrie. 
nth December 1858. 



Dudgeon. 
nth December 1858. 

HiNKS. 

11th December 1858. 

Robertson. 
11th December 1858. 

Richardson. 
nth December 1858. 



Schaffner. 
nth December 1858. 

Wiley. 
nth December 1858. 



2882. John Bethell, of No. 8, Parliament Street, in the County of Middlesex, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery and apparatus for 
the preservation and colouring of wood." Provisional protection only. 

2888. John Lightfoot, of Accrington, in the County of Lancaster, Calico 
Printer, for an invention for — '' Improvements in printing or staining yams, &brics, 
or fibrous substances, and in the manufiacture of certain compounds for that pur- 

Letters Patent sealed. 



pose 



2884. Joseph Flockton, Junior, of the City of Manchester, in the County of 
Lancaster, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in stop or reversing 
taps." Provisional protection only. 

2886. Andrew Barclay, of Kilmarnock, in the County of Ayr, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in electric, magnetic, and electro- 
magnetic telegraph ropes or conductors." Provisional protection only. 

2886. Andrew Barclay, of Kilmarnock, in the County of Ayr, North Britaio, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in obtaining motive-power by means 
of electricity, magnetism, and electro-magnetism." Letters Patent sealed. 

2887. Charles Hodgson, of Ballard Rathdrum, in the County of Wicklow, 
Ireland, Esquire, for an invention f5r — " Improvements in the manufacture of fuel 
from peat and in ^paratus employed therein, part of which is also applicable to the 
moulding of bricks, tiles, and other plastic materials." Letters Patent sealed, 

2888. William Beardmore, of Deptford, in the County of Kent, Engineer, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in steam-boilers." Letters Patent sealed. 

2889. George Fergusson Wilson, of Belmont, Vauxhall, in the County of 
Surrey, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of lubricating 
oils." Letters Patent sealed. 

2840. George William Bryant Kiallmark, of Bridgewater, in the County 
of Somerset, and William Thomas Timewell, of North Wharf Road, Paddington, 
in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture 
of cements." Letters Patent sealed. 

2841. William Foley Hall, and Thomas Dutson, of St. Paul's Square, 
Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Button Manufacturers, for an invention for 
— " Certain improvements in fancy buttons for ladies' and gentleman's wear." 

Provisional protection only. 

2842. John^ Bonar Guthrie, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Warehouseman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of India- 
rubber overshoes." Letters Patent sealed, 

2848. Stephen Dudgeon, of Sheffield, in the County of York, for an invention 
for — " An improved gas regulator." Letters Patent sealed. 

2844. James Hinks, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufacturer, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in ships' and other lamps." 

Provisional protection only, 

2846. Patrick Robertson, of Sun Court, Comhill, in the City of London^ for 
an invention for — " Improvements in shuttles." — A communication. 

Provisional protection only, 

2846. Charles James Richardson, of 34, Kensington Square, in the County 
of Middlesex, Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects, for an invention for 
— " Improvements in apparatus to be applied to chimneys or flues of buildings, for 
economizing heat and reducing the quantity of smoke passing into the atmosphere." 

Provisional protection only. 

2847. Maximilien Schaffner, Ci\il Engineer, of Eisenach, for an invention 
for — ** Improvements in smelting zinc ores and in furnaces employed for this 
purpose." Letters Patent sealed 



2848. William Edward Wiley, Pen and Pencil Manufacturer, of 34, Great 
Hampton Street, Birmingham, for an invention for — " Improvements in ever-pointed 
pencils." Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



179 



R0LLA8ON. 
nth December 1858. 



Carruthers. 

Blackburn. 

13th December 1858. 

Whittam. 
13th December 1858. 



Yon. 
13th December 1858. 

ROUSSEL. 

13th December 1858. 



Boyd. 
13th December 1858. 

Brooman. 
13th December 1858. 



Brooman. 
13th December 1858. 



Loomed. 
13th December 1858. 

Ferrabre. 
13th December 1858. 

Webster. 
14th December 1858. 



Bow. 

I4th December 1858. 

Anderson. 
Mth December 1858. 

Wade. 
14th December 1858. 

Baker. 
14th December 1858. 

Brooman. 
Hth December 1858. 



2849. Alexander Rollason, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, 
Chemist, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of waterproof 
tissues, and in applying such waterproof material to woven fabrics and manufactured 
fibrous goods." Letters Patent sealed. 

2850. John Anderton Carruthers, Reed Maker, and Thomas Blackburn, 
Mechanic, both of Blackburn, in the County of Lancaster, for an invention for — 
*^ Improvements in apparatus for guiding and regulating the warp threads in the 
operations of warping, tape sizeing, looming, and weaving." Letters Patent sealed. 

2851. Robert Whittam, of Accrington, in the County of Lancaster, Engraver 
to Calico Printers, for an invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus 
for tracing designs from an engraved roller, or from an engraver's sketch, upon steel 
or other metallic surfaces used as dies by engravers to calico printers." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2852. Louis Charles Victor Yon, of the Town of Lisieux, Department of the 
Calvados, Empire of France, Upholsterer, for an invention for — " Improved elastic 
beds." Provisional protection only. 

2868. Joseph Marie Roussel, of No. 8, Impasse des Couronnes, in Belleville^ 
near Paris, in the Empire of France, Mechanician, for an invention for — " A new 
system and new apparatus using air as a motive-power." 

Provisional protection only. 

2854. James Edward Boyd, of Hither Green, Lewisham, in the County of 
Kent, Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in candlesticks, lamps, and 
lanthorns." Letters Patent sealed. 

2855. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of Lon- 
don, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in twisting and 
otherwise operating upon threads, twine, or cords, and in apparatus for performing 
the same." — A communication from Messieurs Edmond Empis and Co., residing at 
IVazemineSf near Lille, France. Letters Patent sealed. 

2856. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of Lon- 
don, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 
cranked axles and shafts." — A communication from Messrs, Russery, Lacombe, Sf Co., 
residing at Rive de Gier, France. Letters Patent sealed. 

2857. Edward Loomes, of Whittlesea, in the Isle of Ely, and County of Cam- 
bridge, Farmer, for an invention for — " An improvement in the construction of 
steam-engines." Provisional protection only. 

2858. James Ferrabee, of the Phoenix Iron Works, Stroud, in the County of 
Gloucester, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of 
steam-engines, and in the mode of working the same." Letters Patent sealed. 

2859. James Webster, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Engineer, 
for an invention for — " A new or improved method of recovering copper and zinc 
from liquids which have been employed to dip or pickle articles made of brass or other 
alloys contuning copper and zinc." Jjetters Patent sealed. 

2860. Ebenbzer Bow, of Port Dundas, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Coal Master, for an invention for — " Improvements in pumps." 

Letters Parent sealed. 

2881. David Anderson, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Ironmonger, for an invention for — " Improvements in taps or valves." 

Provisional protection only. 

2862. Joseph Wade, of Bradford, in the County of York, Manufacturer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in means or apparatus employed in weaving." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2868. George Williams Baker, of Park Farm, Wobum, in the County of 
Bedford, Farm Steward, for an invention for — ** An improved construction of manger 
fastening." Letters Patent sealed. 

2864. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of Lon- 
don, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention 
for — " An improvement in transmitting electric telegnqph signals." — A communication 
from T. A. M. Sortais, residing at Lisieux, France. Letters Patent sealed. 



M. 2 



180 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Smetb. 
14th December 1858. 

JOSSA. 

14th December 1858. 

Pendlebury. 
15th December 1858. 

Rowan. 
15th December 1858. 

Bridges. 
15th December 1858. 

V1BLLARD.M1GEON. 
15th December 1858. 



Newton. 
15th December 1858. 



Newton. 
15th December 1858. 



BULLOUGH. 

15th December 1858. 

Vasserot. 
15th December 1858. 



Clark. 

15th December 1858. 



Wardill. 
15th December 1858. 

Bell. 
15th December 1858. 

MosK. 
15th December 1858. 



Morgan. 
15th December 1858. 

Wilson. 

Wilson. 

16th December 1858. 



2866. Jacques Theodore Smets, of Pla^amen, in the Empire of France, Dis- 
tiller, for an invention for — "A method of making vinegar from a refuse product 
obtained in the manufcusture of starch.'' Provisional protection only, 

2866. Ferdinand Jossa, of Bishop Auckland, in the County of Durham, Che- 
mist, for an invention for — " Improvements in furnaces for generating steam and 
other purposes." Letters Patent sealed, 

2867. John Pendlebury, of Crumpsall, in the County of Lancaster, Bleacher, 
for an invention for — " Certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for bleaching 
or cleansing textile fabrics or materials." Letters Patent sealed. 

2868. David Rowan, of Greenock, in the County of Renfrew, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in steam-engines." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2869. Henry Bridges, of Bridgewater, in the County of Somerset, Railway 
Carriage Builder, for an invention for — " Improvements in the me^ns of working 
breaks on carriages on railways." Letters Patent sealed, 

2870. Francois Christophe Nicolas Juvenal Viellard-Migeon, of 
Morvnllars, Departement of Haut Rhin, France, Manufacturer of Wood Screws, for 
an invention for — "Improvements in manufacturing screws, rivets, nails, spikes, and 
all similar articles made of metallic wire, and in the machines connected therewith." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2871. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " Im- 
proved machinery for manufacturing bullets." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2872. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " An 
improved arrangement of condensing apparatus." — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2873. John Bullough, of Blackburn, in the County of Lancaster, Manager, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in looms." Letters Patent sealed, 

2874. Charles Frederic Vasserot, of 45, Essex Street, Strand, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " An improved pendulum governor for regu- 
lating the supply of steam to the cylinders of marine engines." — A communication from 
Mr. Billotet, residing at Marseilles, in the Empire of France. Letters Patent sealed, 

2875. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improved agricultural imple- 
ments." — A communication from Louis Jacques Chateau, Public Notary, of Paris, in 
the Empire of France. Letters Patent sealed, 

2876. Jonathan W^ardill, of Commercial Road East, in the County of 
Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — " An improved stopper or controller to 
stop and control the running out of chains and ropes." Letters Patent sealed, 

2877. George Bell, of Wandsworth, in the County of Surrey, Gentleman, for 
an invention for — " An improvement in matches and fusees." 

Provisional protection only, 

2878. Thomas Moss, of Gainsford Street, Islington, in the County of Middle- 
sex, for an invention for — " Improvements in printing bank notes, bills of exchange, 
and other documents requiring like security against being copied." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2879. William Morgan, of Witton Park Iron Works, near Darlington, in the 
County of Durham, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of 
iron." Letters Patent sealed, 

2880. Robert Wilson, Senior, and Robert Wilson, Junior, of Livesy Street, 
Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, for an invention for — " Certain improve- 
ments in the preparation of leather in combination with India-rubber and other 
materials, for the manufacturing of hose pipes, and other purposes where leather is 
required to be impervious to water, steam, or frost." Letters Patent sealed. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



181 



Carmont. 

CORBETT. 

16th December 1858. 



Stokes. 

Stokes. 

16th December 1858. 

MUSHET. 

16th December 1858. 

Selwyn. 
16th December 1858. 



EOGB. 

16th December 1858. 

Friend. 
16th December 1858. 



Mackenzie. 
16th December 1858. 

MARi^-AIS. 

16th December 1858. 

White. 

Parley. 

16th December 1858. 



Broomax. 
16th December 1858. 



Clark. 
16th December 1858. 



Aston. 
17th December 1858. 



Johnson. 
17th December 1858. 



Insiiaw. 

Inshaw. 

17th December 1858. 

HiNDE. 

17th December 1858. 



2881. William Hassalwood Carmont, of No. 2, Rosamond Place, Upper 
Brook Street, Manchester, in the County Palatine of Lancaster, Iron Manufacturer, 
and William Corbbtt, of No. 22, Blantyre Street, Chester Road, Manchester, 
aforesaid. Iron Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An improved mode of con- 
structing furnaces for the production of wrought iron and steel, and manufacturing 
such metals into ingots and other forms." Provisional protection onlf. 

2882. Abel Stokes, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufacturer, 
and Frederick Joseph Stokes, of Birmingham, aforesaid. Manufacturer, for an 
invention for — " New or improved machinery for the manufacture of screws." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2883. Robert Musiiet, of Coleford, in the County of Gloucester, Metallurgist, 
for an invention for — " A new or improved manufacture of cast steel." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2884. Jasper Henry Selwyn, of Woodland Crag, Grasmere, in the County of 
Westmoreland, Captain in the Royal NaA'y, for an invention for — " A novel apparatus 
for paying out or laying down submarine telegraph cables or wires, and for raising 
the same after they have been laid down." Letters Patent sealed. 

2885. John William Edge, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Gun 
Maker, for an invention for — " A certain improvement in balls, bullets, or other pro- 
jectiles to be employed in fire-arms or ordnance." Letters Patent sealed. 

2886. John Walter Friend, of Freemantle, Southampton, Watch and Clock 
Maker, for an invention for — " Improved apparatus for ascertaining and registering 
the depth and flow of liquids and the distances run by ships at sea." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2887. Alexander Mackenzie, of GUisgow, in the County of Lanark, North 
Britain, Mechanist, for an invention for — " Improvements in sewing-machines." 

Provisional protection only, 

2888. Joseph Jean Mar^ais, of Paris, France, Civil Engineer, for an invention 
for — '* Improvements in galvanic batteries." Letters Patent sealed. 

2889. W^illiam White, and Josiau Parley, of Great Marylebone Street, in 
the County of Middlesex, Architectural Decorators, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in the preparation or treatment of ' carton pierrc * and such like composition, 
and in the application thereof to the coating or covering of walls and other surfaces." 

Provisional protection only. 

2890. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of Lon- 
don, E.C., Editor of the Mechanics' Magazine, and Patent Agent, for an invention for 
— " An improvement in plating and gilding forks, spoons, and other metal articles." — 
A communication from Messieurs deSauvigny, residing at Paris. — Letters Patent sealed, 

2891. William Clark, of 53, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in submarine 
electric telegraph cal)les or conductors." — A communication from Felix Marie Baudoiun, 
of Rue des Recollets, Paris.** Letters Patent sealed, 

2892. James Jones Aston, of 41, Doughty Street, in the County of Middlesex, 
and of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in machinery or propellers applicable for the propulsion of ships, boats, and other 
vessels on and through the water, and in the propelling of all such vessels on and 
through the water by means of such propellers." Letters Patent sealed, 

2893. William Beckett Johnson, Manager for Messrs. Ormerod and Son, of 
Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Engineers, ftir an invention for—" Improve- 
ments in machinery or apparatus for prei:aring for joining the rails of railways." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2894. John Inshaw, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Engineer, and 
Joseph Inshaw, of Birmingham aforesaid. Engineer, for an invention for— "An 
improvement or improvements in locomotive engines." Provisional protection only. 

2895. Arthur Hinde, of Wolverhampton, in the County of Stafford, Manager 
of Iron Works, for an invention for—" Improvements in treating or preparing the 
cinder or slag from puddling furnaces, for the puqwse of facilitating the manufacture 
of iron therefrom." Provisional protection only. 



182 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Kerr. 
17th December 1858. 

Clegg. 
17th December 1858. 

Ketchum. 
18th December 1858. 



AlTKEN. 

Brooks. 
18th December 1858. 

Mackenzie. 
18th December 1858. 

Mitchell. 
18th December 1858. 

Taylor. 
18th December 1858. 

How. 
18th December 1858. 

Weber. 
18th December 1858. 

SOUTTER. 

18th December 1858. 

Johnson. 
18th December 1858. 



Woodcock. 
20th December 1858. 

Hunter. 
20th December 1858. 

Maclehose. 
20th December 1858. 

Ronald. 
20th December 1858. 

Newton. 
20th December 1858. 

Winter. 
2lBt December 1858. 



Livingston. 
2l8t December 1858. 



2896. James Kerr, of 17, Bedford Terrace, Trinity Square, Southwark, in the 
County of Surrey, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the construction 
of revolving fire-arms." Letters Patent sealed. 

2807. James Clegg, of Keighley, in the County of York, Engineer, for an in- 
vention for — " Improvements in lubricating the valves and pistons of steam-engines.'* 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2898. Isaac Ketchum, of 59, Canning Street, Liverpool, in the County of Lan- 
caster, Merchant, for an invention for — " Improvements in the method of roasting 
meat, poultry, game, by basting the same, and in the method of manufacturing the 
necessary apparatus for so doing." Letters Patent sealed. 

2899. John Aitken, of Irwell Vale Mill, Edenfield, near Bury, in the Coxmty of 
Lancaster, Manufacturer, and John Brooks, of the same place, Overlooker, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in looms." Letters Patent sealed, 

2900. James MacKenzie, Manager to William Strode, of Saint Martins-le- 
Grand, in the City of London, Gas Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in those gas-burners known as ventilating sun-burners." Letters Patent sealed, 

2901. Alexander Mitchell, of Glasgow, Machinist, for an invention for — 
" Improved apparatus for registering the speed of engines and other machinery." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2902. James Taylor, of Birkenhead, Engineer, for an invention for — " Im- 
provements in the construction of pumps or engines for lifting and discharging 
water." Letters Patent sealed, 

2908. Andrew Peddie How, of Mark Lane, Engineer, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in cocks or stop valves." Provisional protection only, 

2904. Emile Weber, of Mulhouse, in the Empire of France, Chemist, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in dyeing or coloring textile fabrics and materials, 
and in the machinery or apparatus connected therewith." Letters Patent seal^^ 

2905. James Soutter, of Edinburgh, in the County of Midlothian, Turner, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for drying or airing linen or other 
articles of wearing-apparel." Letters Patent sealed, 

2906. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for reworking the 
waste steam of steam-engines." — A communication. Provisional protection only, 

2907. Thomas Swann Woodcock, of Salford, in the County of Lancaster, for 
an invention for — " An improved index or book and paper marker." — A communi- 
cation from Josee Johnson, Letters Patent sealed, 

2908. Samuel Hunter, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Gentleman, for an invention 
for — " Improvements in the construction of anchors." Letters Patent sealed, 

2909. Robert Maclehose, of the Town and County of Ayr, North Britain, 
Bookseller, for an invention for — " Improvements in stereoscopes." 

Provisional protection only, 

2910. James Ronald, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Merchant, for 
an invention for — " An improved machine for the direct spinning of hemp, flax, and 
other like fibrous materials." Letters Patent sealed, 

2911. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — " An 
improvement in lanterns." — A communication. Provisional protection only, 

2912. Frederick Winter, of Hoxton, in the County of Middlesex, Manufac- 
turer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the preparation and application of 
varnishes for waterproofing paper, linen, and textile fabrics, and coating the same 
with metallic foils." Provisional protection only, 

2913. Robert McLean Livingston, of the State of Alabama, in the United 
States of America, at present residing in Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Vice Consul, for an invention for — " An improved self-detaching safety hook or 

I coupling." Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



183 



Dando. 
21st December 1858. 



Bolton. 
Garforth. 
2l8t December 1858. 

B^LIARD. 

2l8t December 1858. 

Yates. 
21 St December 1858. 



Dawson. 
21st December 1858. 

Mainwaring. 
21st December 1858. 

Clegg. 
Angerstein. 
Ferry. 
22n(l December 1858. 

MUSHET. 

22nd December 1858. 

Sharp. 

Elder. 

22nd December 1858. 

Nicholson. 

Crossley. 

22nd December 1858. 



Kenney. 

22nd December 1858. 

Spence. 
22nd December 1858. 



Dunn. 
22nd December 1858. 

Green. 
22nd December 1858. 

Shuldham. 
22nd December 1 858. 

Ransome. 
22nd December 1858. 

Prince. 
22nd December 1858. 



2014. William Elbert Dando, of the State of Pennsylvania, in the United 
States of America, at present residing in Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Clerk, for an invention for — " Improvements in apparatus for lowering boats from 
ships or vessels, and also for raising the same as required." Letters Patent sealed, 

2915. Joseph Holroyd Bolton, of Dukinfield, in the County of Chester, 
Warj) Dresser, and Charles Garforth, of the same place. Engineer, for an 
invention for — " Certain improvements in drying yams or fabrics, and in the 
apparatus connected therewith." Provisional protection only. 

2916. Augustb Stanislas B^liard, of Bordeaux, in the Empire of France, 
Hatter, for an invention for — ** An improved machine for pumicing felts, tissues, and 
skins." Letters Patent sealed. 

2917. William Speakman Yates, of Leeds, in the County of York, Brush 
Maker, for an invention for — "Machinery or apparatus for dragging bristles and 
drawing hair and vegetable fibre." Letters Patent sealed. 

2918. Nicholas Dawson, of 76, High Street, Poplar, in the County of Middle- 
sex, Stationer, for an invention for — " Improvements in order books." 

Provisional protection only* 

2919. William Mainwaring, of Brimfield, in the County of Hereford, 
Surveyor, for an invention for — " Improvements in brakes for common road 
vehicles." Provisional protection only, 

2920. Robert Clegg, of Islington, in the County of Middlesex, Frederick 
Angerstein, of Kennington, in the County of Surrey, and George Ferry, of 
Hackney, in the said County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improved 
mechanism for imparting reciprocating motion to machinery and more especially 
pumps." Letters Patent sealed. 

2821. Robert Mushet, of Coleford, in the County of Gloucester, Metallurgist, 
for an invention for — " An improvement or improvements in the manufacture of cast 
steel." Letters Patent sealed. 

2922. George Sharp, of Jarrow, in the County of Durham, Millwright, and 
William Elder, of the same place, Engine Smith, for an invention for — "Im- 
provements in furnaces and steam-boilers." Provisional protection only. 

2928. Joseph Nicholson, of Halifax* in the County of York, Jacquard Machine 
Maker, and David Crossley, of Brighouse, in the same County, Joiner and 
Pattern Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in jacquard machinery or 
apparatus employed in wea>nng." Provisional protection only, 

2924. Michael Kenney, of Queen Street, Dublin, Mechanical Engineer, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in bridges." Letters Patent sealed, 

2925. William Spence, of 50, Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex, 
Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Improvements in granaries or apparatus for 
])re8erving grain." — A communication from Charles Joseph Emile Pavy, of Girardei 
Indre et LoirCy in the Empire of France, Farmer and Land Owner. 

Letters Patent seeded, 

2926. Edward Thomas Dunn, of Hammersmith, in the County of Middlesex, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — "Improved fabrics suitable for the covering of 
floors, walls, and other like purposes." Ijetters Patent sealed, 

2927. Edward Green, of Wakefield, in the County of York, Engineer, for an 
invention for — ** Improvements in tables." Provisional protection only. 

2928. Molyneux Shuldham, of Dursley, in the County of Gloucester, 
Commander, Royal Naiy, for an invention for — " Improvements in ships and vessels, 
and in working parts of their gear and rigging." Provisional protection only. 

2929. Frederick Ransome, of Ipswich, for an invention for — ** Improvements 
in the manufactiu^ of grinding and rubbing surfaces.'* Letters Patent sealed. 

2980. Alexander Prince, of the OflSce for Patents, 4, Trafalgar Square, 
Charing Cross, in the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements ia 
ornamenting and illuminating surfEU^s of glass." Letters Patent sealed. 



184 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



Welch. 
22nd December 1858. 

LlCHTENSTADT. 

23rd December 1858. 



Ronald. 
23rd December 1858. 



Bird. 
23rd December 1858. 

Broom. 
23rd December 1858. 

Whitelaw. 
23rd December 1858. 

Barclay. 
23rd December 1858. 



Maudslay. 
23rd December 1858. 

Newbox. 
Smith. 
Brown. 
24th December 1858. 

Elers. 
Fink. 
24th December 1858. 

Child. 
24th December 1858. 



Child. 
24th December 1858. 

Owen. 
24th December 1858. 

Fellows. 
24th December 1858. 

Edleston. 
24th December 1858. 

Railtox. 
Lang. 
24th December 1858. 

HUMPHRYS. 

24th December 1858. 



2981. Joseph James Welch, of \7, Cheapside, in the City of London, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of neck -ties, scarfs, or cravats." 

Provisional protection only. 

2932. David Lichtenstadt, of Henry Cottages, Park Road, Peckhara, in the 
County of Surrey, Chemist, for an invention for — " Converting a certain vegetable 
substance into fibrous material, for the manufacture of textile and other fabrics." 

Provisional protection only. 

2933. James Ronald, of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Merchant, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in and machinery for the manufacture of * hard 
topped ' and ' soft laid ' twine, * mill banding,' strands for ropes and other purposes, 
and cordage generally, from hemp, flax, cotton, and other like fibrous material." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2934. Thomas Bird, of the City of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in spinning and in the manufacture 
of cop bottoms or cop tubes." Provisional protection only. 

2985. James Broom, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, Iron 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of st^el." 

Letters Patent sealed ; no specification filed. 

2936. John Whitelaw, of Dunfermline, in the County of Fife, North Britain, 
Ironfounder, for an invention for — " Improvements in sewerage and drainage appa- 
ratus." Letters Patent sealed. 

2937. Andrew Barclay, of Kilmarnock, in the County of Ayr, North Britain, 
Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in obtaining and distributing or 
applying electricity and magnetism, and in obtaining motive-power therefrom." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2938. Joseph Maudslay, of Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, Engineer, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the construction of ordnance and projectiles to 
be used therewith." Provisional protection only. 

2939. James Thomas Peter Newbon, and Thomas Smith, of Fenchurch 
Street, Naval Architects, and James Brown, of Follit Street, Engineer, for an 
invention for — " Improvements in machinery or apparatus for raising and lowering or 
otherwise moving heavy weights." Letters Patent sealed. 

2940. William Elers, of Lambeth Street, and Goodmanstile, Whitechapel, 
Middlesex, Sugar Refiner, and Ludwig Fink, of the same place. Sugar Boiler, for 
an invention for — " The filtration of dissolved sugar and other liquors." 

Provisional protection not granted. 

2941. John Wright Child, of Halifax, in the County of York, Engineer, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of fabrics adapted to be used 
for curtains, coverings of furniture, table covers, and such like uses." 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2942. John Wright Child, of Halifax, in the County of York, Engineer, for 
an invention for — " Improvements in dyeing wool and other fibres." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2943. Lemuel Dow Owen, of No. 192, Tottenham Court Road, in the County 
of Middlesex, Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements in manufacturing 
horse shoe nails." — A communication. Provisional protection only. 

2944. Edward Fellows, of Canterbury, in the County of Kent, Clerk, for an 
invention for — " An improved vent peg." Letters Patent sealed, 

2945. Dickinson Edleston, of HaHfax, in the County of York, Dyer and 
Finisher, for an invention for — " Improvements in preparing and finishing textile 
fabrics, and in the means or apparatus employed therein." Letters Patent sealed. 

2946. John Railton, of Blackburn, in the County of Lancaster, Machine Maker, 
and Seth Lang, of the same place. Mechanic, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in looms." Letters Patent sealed. 

2947. Edward Humphrys, of Deptford, for an invention for — "Improvements 
in brazing metal tubes in tube ])lates and other metal surfaces to each other." 

Provisional protection only. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



24th December 1858. 



24th December 1)^8. 



24th December 1858. 



27th Decembei 186B. 



27thDecerober"l858. 

Stbvbn, 
27th December ItiaS. 



27th December 1858. 
ii7thDecemiwr 1S58, 

UlLBKE, 

27th December 1858. 



Srth December 1858, 



Mahidn. 
27th December 1658. 



TumMEK. 
27th December 1858. 



Tbubhan. 
27th December 1S5S, 



ivention for— 



2048. John 
monger, for an 



TH, of Humbleton Hall, in the County of York, Agriculturut, 
Improvements in gigs, dog c&rts, aod other rehiclea." 

ProvUionai protection ouli/. 
LiTTLK, of Glajgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, Iron- 
nvention for — " Improvement* in I maps." 

Provisioaat prolteliau only. 

2660. Jouft Hknrv Joui^aoN, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, ami of 16l>, Buchuun Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britun, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the permanent way of HulwDys." 
— A communJcaiioK from Chriitian E. Delmoid, rtsidml at the CUi) of Kew York, 
United States of America, hrlteri Patent lealed. 

90SI. Rapasllo Louis Gianddnati, of the firm of Dodge and Giandonati, of 
St. Paul's Church Vard, in the City of London, Merchanta, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in ornamenting leather cloth." Provisional protection only. 

S6S2. William Bbckett Johnson, Manager for Messrs. Ormerod and Son, of 
Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Engineers, fur on invention for — " Improve- 
ments in the employment of gas for generating steam, and in engines connected 
therewith." Lrttert Patent tealed. 

2953. Mabc A.vtoinb FRAN901H Mennons. of the British and Foreign Patent 
Offices, 39, Rue de I'Echiquier, Paris, in the Empire of France, for an invention for— 
" An improved composition for the protection of certain metallic surfaces." — A com- 
tmaiicaiion. Complete ipecifieation ; Letteri Patent Mealed. 

2864. John Radlby, of ii. Upper SackvUle Street. i» H>e City of Dublin, Hotel 
Keeper, for an invention for — " .\n improved con^'Og-apparatus." 

Letters Patent tealed. 

2866. Thomas Steven, Iropfaunder, and Thomas Scott, Engineer, both of 
Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in heating apparatus fur culinary and warming purposes, and in part apphcable 
to steam-boiler and other furnaces." Letteri Patent tealed. 

2960. Joseph Smetmchht, of the firm of Messieurs Martin and Smcthurst, of 
Guide Bridge, in the County of Lancaster, Engineers, for an invention for — " Certain 
improvements in metallic pistons." Lellert Patent tealed. 

S967. John Shaw, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Mechanic, for an 

invention for — " A new mechanical combination called an indefinite feed movement." 

Complete qKeification ; Letters Patent sealed. 

£968. William .\kmano Oh.bke, of No. 4, South Street. Kinsbuiy, London, 
Patent Agent, for an invention fur — " Improvements in treating faltj bodies and in 
the apjiaratus employed therein." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

S869. Jambs Macphebso.v, of Aberdeen, in the County of Aberdeen, North 
Britain, Comb Manufacturer, for an invention for — " Improvements in aolidilying the 
nupings and other waste of horns and hoofs, and in applying the process to the 
ceineuliog of prepared horns, hoofs, and tortoises hell." Letteri Potent sealed. 

29fl0. John* Davies, of Liverpool, Jn the County of Lancaster, Provision Mer- 
chant, for an invention for — " An improved portable self gas generating lamp." — A 
commiiHica/ioit from James Laicrence Butler, resident at Brooklia, tu the State of Neai 
York, one qf the Vnited States of America. Ijctters Patent sealed. 

2901. d-AiDR MAMfcs AiouBTiN M*BTON, of IVis, in the Empire of Prwice, 
Manufacturer, for an invention for — " An improved box or case for containing and 
preserving sensitive photograjihic paper, called ' Marion's boi.' " 

Letters Patent sealett. 

SBflS. Fbkukrick William Tvbmr, of Foxhole Colliery, Swansea, in the 
County of Glamorgan, Mechanical Engineer, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in steam 'engines, condensers, and steam-boilers, and in |)romuttng combustion in 
the furnaces of the same." letters Patent sealed. 

2863. Henbv Lowe, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Manufacturer, 
and William Tri^eman, of Birmingham, aforesaid. Axle Maker, and John Lin- 
woOD Pitts, of Birmingham, aforesaid. Accountant Clerk, for an inventioD for — 
" A new or improved a»le for carriages." Letters Patent tealed. 



4 

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4 



186 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF 



H0RM8BY. 

27th December 1858. 

Browne. 
28th December 1858. 



Sinclair. 
28th December 1858. 

Warren. 
28th December 1858. 

Lyons. 
28th December 1858. 

Leck. 

28th December 1858. 

Fav^ 
28th December 1858. 

Johnson. 

28th December 1858. 



Ha WORTH. 

Barker. 
29th December 1858. 

Welton. 
29th December 1858. 



Carter. 

Abrams. 

29th December 1858. 

Taylor. 
Grimshaw. 
29th December 1858. 



Kay. 
29th December 1858. 



PiCKFORD. 

29th December 1858. 

Hutchinson. 
29th December 1858. 



2864. Richard Hornsby, Junior, of Spittlegate Iron Works, Grantham, in the 
County of Lincoln, for an invention for — " Improvements in ploughing and tilling 
land by steam power, and in apparatus employed therein." Letters Patent sealed, 

2965. Benjamin Browne, of No. 52, King William Street, London Bridge, 
E.C., Civil Engineer and Patent Agent, for an invention for — " Certain improve- 
ments in the manufacture of boots and shoes or other coverings for the feet, and in 
the mode or method of uniting the same or parts thereof.** — A communication. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2966. John Sinclair, of the City of Dublin, Ireland, Turner and Fitter, for an 
invention for — ** Improvements in pistons.** Letters Patent sealed, 

2967. Thomas Warren, of Glasgow, in the Coimty of Lanark, North Britain, 
Glass Bottle Manufeu^turer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the manufacture 
of glass bottles.** Provisional protection only, 

2968. Abraham Lyons, of the firm of Jacob Lyons and Sons, of Finsbury, in 
the County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " Improvements in travelling-bags.** 

Provisional protection only. 

2969. Jambs Leck, of Glasgow, in the County of Lanark, North Britain, 
Bleacher, for an invention for — " Improvements in drying textile fabrics and ma- 
terials.*' Letters Patent sealed. 

2970. Charles Fay, of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, Railway Car- 
riage Builder, for an invention for — " Improvements in railway carriages and brakes.*' 

Provisional protection only. 

2971. John Hisnry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of l66, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture of boots and 
shoes or other coverings for the feet.'* — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

2972. William Haworth, of the firm of Firth and Haworth, Cotton Spinners 
and Manufactm^rs, of that part of Todmorden which is in the County of York, and 
William Barker, of the same place. Overlooker, for an invention for — " Improve- 
ments in the top clearers of machines for spinning.** Letters Patent sealed. 

2978. Thomas Welton, of 29, New Compton Street, Soho, in the County of 
Middlesex, Artificial Limb Maker, for an invention for — " Improvements in giving 
or obtaining publicity and of advertising either by day or by night. 

Provisional protection only, 

2974. Edward Wilson Carter, of Rochdale, in the County of Lancaster, 
Cutler, and John Dodsworth Abrams, of the same place, Machinist, for an in- 
vention for — " Certain improvements in sewing-machines.*' 

Provisional protection only, 

2975. William Taylor, of Nursling, in the County of Southampton, Gentle- 
man, and William Dakin Grimshaw, of the Town and County of the Town of 
Southampton, Engineer, for an invention for — " Regulating the admission of natural 
atmospheric air and eduction of rarefied air or gases from hot-houses or any other 
place or premises, and for supporting a required temperature." 

Letters Patent sealed 

m 

2976. Richard Duodalb Kay, of Accrington, in the County of Lancaster, 
Manufacturer of Patent Fabrics, for an invention for — " An improved chemical means 
of applying or fixing on woven or felted fabrics certain colouring matters produced 
from tar." Letters Patent sealed, 

2977. Thomas Pickford, of Number 16, Mark Lane, in the City of London. 
Merchant, for an invention for-*-" Improvements in the preparation and manufacture 
of manure." Letters Patent sealed^ 

2978. Hiram Hutchinson, of the City of Paris, France, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in the manufacture of India-rubber goods.** Letters Patent sealed. 



MoRAND. I 2879. Samuel Morand, of Manchester, for an invention for — " Improvements 

29th December 1858. I in apparatus for stretching fobrics." • Provisional protection oniy. 



PATENTS APPLIED FOR AND PATENTS GRANTED. 



187 



Newton. 
29th December 1858. 



GOWING. 

29th December 1858. 

Maynard. 

30th December 1858. 

PULS. 

dOth December 1858. 

ViON. 

30th December 1858. 



Johnson. 
Wells. 
30th December 1858. 

Heyne. 
30th December 1858. 

Bell. 
30th December 1858. 

Brooman. 
30th December 1858. 



Brooman. 
30th December 1858. 



Brooman. 
30th December 1858. 



Brooman. 
30th December 1858. 



Brooman. 
30th December 1858. 



Brooman. 
30th December 1858. 



BURUESS. 

30th December 1858. 



Batsson. 
30th December 1858. 



2880. Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chanceiy Lane, 
in the County of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for an invention for — *' Im- 
proYcments in machinery for reaping and mowing." — A ccmmunication. 

Letters Patent sealed. 

2981. Thomas William Gowino, of Camden Town, in the County of Mid- 
dlesex, Veterinary Surgeon, for an invention fbr — " An improved roughing for tha 
shoes of horses and other like animals." Prfmsional protection cm/y . 

2982. Henry Nathan Maynard, of Crumlin, in the County of Monmouth, 
Engineer, for an invention for — ** Improvements in anchors and in the manufacture 
of anchors." Provisional protection cm/y. 

2988. Francis Puls, Chemist, of Roxburgh Terrace, Haverstock Hill, in the 
County of Middlesex, for an invention for — " The treatment of hydrocarbons." 

Provisional protection only, 

2884. HiPPOLYTE Charles Vion, of Paris, in the Empire of France, Civil 
Engineer, for an invention for — " A new mode of obtaining atmospheric electricity 
and terrestrial electricity, and its industrial applications, and in apparatus for the 
same." Letters Patent sealed. 



2985. Frederick Johnson, and Joseph Henry George Wells, of 12, 
North Street, Westminster, Civil Engineers, for an invention for — " Improvements 
in constructing breakwaters and other similar structures." 

Provisional proti^eHon only, 

2986. John Francis Colfs Heyne, of Antwerp, in the Kingdom of Belgium, 
for an invention for — " Improvements in railway chw*« «nd rails, and in the mode of 
fixing the same." Provisional protection only. 

2987. Thomas Bell, of Plaistrw, In the County of Essex, for an invention for— 
" Improvements in purifying g«s." Letters Patent sealed, 

2088. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.G., Patent Agent, for an invention for—" Improvements in stoppering or 
closing bottles, jars, and other like vessels." — A communication from M. Chamblamtt 
rending at Paris. Provisional protection only, 

2989 Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for-" Improvemente in washing and 
drying machinery and apparatuses." — A communication from S. Charles, residing ai 
Paris. Letters Patent seated, 

2990. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for—" Improvements in revolving 
fire-arms." — A communication from L. F. Devisme, residing at Paris. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2991. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for—" Improvements in machines for 
embroidering."— i< communication from B, G. Dutel, residing at St. Quentin, France. 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2992. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for— " Improvements in machinery 
for splitting or dividing hides, skins, leather, and other like materials."— i< com- 
munication from F. Martin, residing at Paris. Letters Patent sealed, 

2998. Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166, Fleet Street, in the City of 
London, E.C., Patent Agent, for an invention for—" An improvement in pipes for 
smoking."— -4 communication from P. F. Varenne, residing at Paris.'* 

Provisional protection only, 

2994. William Burgess, of the firm of Burgess and Key, of Newgate Street, 
in the City of London, Agricultural Engineers, for an invention for—" Iroprovemeuts 
in apparatuses for converting reciprocating into rotary motion." — A communication 
from O. Bancker, residing in New York. Letters Patent seated, 

2996. Samuel Stephen Bateson, of 17, Bolton Street, May Faur, in the 
County of Middlesex, Barriiter-at-Law, for an invention for— " ImprovemenU in 
generating tteua.'* 



Letters Pmteniteuttd 



188 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX, &e. 



Knowbldbn. 
Edwards. 
dOth December 1858. 

Duncan. 
dOUi December 1858. 



Johnson. 
dlst December 1858. 



Johnson. 
dlst December 1 858. 



Robin. 

aivi December 1858. 

Wyatt. 
dlst December 1858. 



Maurbl. 
dlst December 1858. 



Lbbs. 
Hbap. 

dlst December 1858. 

SiBVERS. 

dlst December 1858. 



Caspbr. 

SCHMAHL. 

dlst December 1858. 

Normandy. 
dlst December 1858. 

Johnson. 
dlst December 1858. 



2996. John Knowbldbn, of Soutbwark, in the CouDtj of Surrey, Engineer 
and Richard Downbs Edwards, of Upper Belgm^e PUce, in the County of 
Middlesex, for an invention for — '' Improvements in hydraulic engines and apparatus 
connected therewith." Letters Patent sealed, 

2997. John Wallis Duncan, of Grove End Road, St. John's Wood, in the 
County of Middlesex, Gentleman, for an invention for — "Improvements in or 
connected with appliances for transmitting or conducting signals or action by 
electricity or magnetism, and in the method of testing insula^ig materials, com- 
binations, or structures for conducting electricity, and in treating maloonstructed or 
in invalid electric telegraph cables, and in utilising parts of certain cables, or the 
application otherwise of such structures, and in certain insulating compounds, 
and in the apparatus and machinery used in connection therewith." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

2998. John Hbnry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of GUsgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — ** Improvements in the pennanent way of railways." 
— A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

2999. John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britun, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manufacture or production of 
boots and shoes or other coverings for the feet, and in the machinery and apparatus 
employed in such manufacture." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed, 

8000. Hbnri Robin, of Nantes, in the Empue of France, for an invention for — 
" Improvements in reaping-machines." Letters Patent sealed. 

8001. Matthb:w Digby Wyatt, of Guildford Street, Russell Square, in the 
County of Middlesex, Architect, for an invention for—" Improvements in tiles and 
tessaroe and- other wall coverings, and in the means of securing the same to waUs and 
buildings." Letters Patent sealed. 



8002. Timoleon Zoii Louis Maurbl, of No. 44, 
Paris, in the Empire of France, Civil Engineer, for an 
protracting indefinitely the working of any mechanism 
generally applicable to clock making." 

8003. John Lbbs, of Park Bridge, near Ashton- 
Lan caster. Roller Maker, and William Hbap, of 
Tool Maker, for an invention for — *' Improvements in 
holes in the ends of rollers and other articles." 



Rue du Dragon, in the City of 
invention for — '' An apparatus 
set in motion by springs, more 
Provisional protection only 

under-Lyne, in the County of 

Ashton-under-Lyne, aforesaid, 

machinery for punching square 

Letters Patent sealed. 



8004. John Henry Sievbrs, of 48, Rathbone Place, Oxford Street, London, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Apparatus for tightening and releasing the belly 
bands of riding saddles." — A communication from Monsieur Charles Zipp, of Paris. 

Provisional protection only, 

8005. Frbderic Wilhblm Albxandrb Caspbr, and Guillaume Hbnry 
ScHMAHL, both of No. 152, Rue du Faubourg St. Martin, Paris, for an invention 
for—*' Using Spart or Spanish broom in manufacturing seats of all descriptions." 

Letters Patent sealed, 

8006. Louis A. Normandy, Junior, of 67, Judd Street, London, for an invention 
for — ''A new system of shaft tugs." — A communication. Letters Patent sealed. 

8007. John Hbnry Johnson, of 47» Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of 
Middlesex, and of 166, Buchanan Street, in the City of Glasgow, North Britain, 
Gentleman, for an invention for — " Improvements in the manu&cture or production 
and casting steel, and in the apparatus employed therein." — A communication fivm 
Monsieur Sudre. Letters Patent sealed* 



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