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Patent Law Amendment Act, 1852. (1852 October 19th. First patents under this act were published)

  • To Robert Adams, of King William-street, in the city of London, for the invention of improvements in ball cartridges.
  • 2. And George Henry Brockbank, of Crawley-street, Oakley-square, in the county of Middlesex, Piano Forte Manufacturer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in upright piano fortes.
  • 3. Peter Spence, of Pendleton Alum Works, Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, has given notice at the Office of the Commissioners of his intention to proceed with his application for Letters Patent for the invention of improvements in obtaining power by steam
  • 4. James Hodgson, of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer and Iron Ship Builder, has given notice at the office of the Commissioners of his intention to proceed with his application for letters patent for the invention of improvements in constructing iron ships and vessels.
  • 5. And Joshua Smith, of Sheffield, in the county of York, carrying on business along with my partner in trade, William Thorne, under the firm of Thomas Turner and Company, as Merchants and Manufacturers, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in table knives.
  • 6. And Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of guns and pistols.
  • 7. To John Henry Gardner, of Poppin's-court, in the city of London, for the invention of improvements in toilet tables
  • 8. And Richard Wright, of Greenwich, in the county of Kent, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in constructing vessels.
  • 9. And George Green, of the Mile End-road, in the county of Middlesex, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of casks.
  • 10. And Freeman Roe, of the Strand, in the county of Middlesex, Hydraulic Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in valves and cocks.
  • 11. And Thomas Wood Gray, of Warkworth-terrace, Commercial-road, Limehouse, in the county of Middlesex, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in cocks and valves.
  • 12. To Thomas Wood Gray, of Warkworth-terrace, Commercial-road, Limehouse, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in steam engines.
  • 13. And Edward Lambert Hayward, of the Blackfriars-road, in the county of Surrey, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in lock spindles.
  • 14. And Thomas Christy, junior, of Gracechurch-street, in the city of London, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in weaving hat plush, and other piled fabrics.
  • 15. And Joseph Barker, of Kennington-lane, in the county of Surrey, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in fastenings.
  • 16. And Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of telescope and other tubes.
  • 17. And Charles Henry Newton, of No. 192, Camden-road-villas, in the county of Middlesex, and George Leedham Fuller, of Peckham, in the county of Surrey, have given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in protecting electric telegraph wires.
  • 18. To Thomas Dickason Rotch, of Furnivai's-inn, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in treating peat, and in manufacturing fuel and other products therefrom.
  • 19. And Moses Poole, of Serle-street., in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in moulding articles, when India rubber combined with other materials are employed.
  • 20. And Charles Frederick Bielefeld, of the Strand, in the county of Middlesex, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in constructing portable houses and buildings.
  • 21. And George Duncan and Arthur Hutton, of Chelsea, in the county of Middlesex, have given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of casks.
  • 22. And Henry Walker Wood, of Briton Ferry, near Neath, in the county of Glamorgan, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the construction of ships and other vessels.
  • 23. To Jean Baptiste Lavanchy, of Richmond-buildings, Soho, in the county of Middlesex, Musical Instrument Maker, for the invention of improvements in wind musical instruments where metal tongues are employed.
  • 24. And Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the making covers for, and in binding, books and portfolios, and in making frames for pictures and glasses.
  • 25. To John Macintosh, of Berners-street, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in regulating and governing the flow of fluids.
  • 26. And John Macintosh, of Berners-street, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in evaporation,
  • 27. To John Macintosh, of Berners-street, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in packing for steam engines and other machinery.
  • 28. And Moses Poole, of Serle -street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in coating metal and other substances with a material not hitherto used for such purposes.
  • 29. And John Daniel Ebingre, of Brussels, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of animal charcoal.
  • 30. And Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of trunks, car touch and other boxes, knapsacks, pistol holsters, dressing, writing, and other cases, and sword and other sheaths.
  • 31. And John Dunkin Lee, of Leadenhall-street, in the city of London, has given the like notice No. 21369. C in respect of the invention of improvements in, covering railway trucks and other vehicles.
  • 32. And William Pym Flynn, of No. 18, Rutland-place, in the county of Cork, has given the like

notice in respect of the invention of improvements in paddle wheels.

  • 33. And Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of pails, tubs, baths, buckets, measures, drinking and other vessels, basins, pitchers, and jugs, on the application of a material not hitherto used in such manufactures.
  • 34. And Robert Beart, of Godmanchester, in the county of Huntingdon, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of bricks and other articles through moulding orifices.
  • 35. Thomas Huckvale, of Choice-hill, near Chipping Norton, in the county of Oxon, Farmer, has given notice at the office of the Commissioners of his intention to proceed with his application for letters patent for the invention of improvements in instruments for administering medicine to horses and other animals
  • 36. And James Hare, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in expanding tables and in music stools.
  • 37. And Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in covering and sheathing surfaces with a material not hitherto used for such purposes.
  • 38. And the Honourable William Erskine Cochrane, of Albany-street, Regent's-park, in the county of Middlesex, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in unloading coals from ships or vessels
  • 39. And Felix Abate, of No. 21, George-street, Hampstead-road, and John Julius Clero de Clerville, of Newman-street, both in the county of Middlesex, have given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in preparing, ornamenting, and printing on surfaces of metal and other substances.
  • 40. And Frederick Richard Holl, of Weymouth-terrace, City-road, in the county of Middlesex, Watch Maker, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in watches and chronometers.
  • 41 And Joseph Barrans, of Queen's-road, in the county of Surrey, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in steam engine boilers.
  • 42. And Oswald Dodd Hedley, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements 'in getting coal and other minerals.
  • 43. And Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in harness, and in horse and carriage furniture.
  • 44. To James Hodgson, of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer and Iron Ship Builder, for the invention of improvements in machinery for draining land.
  • 45. And Charles William Rowley Richards, of No. 28, New-cut, Blackfriars-road, in the county of Surrey, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in tongs for screwing pipes and tubes
  • 46. And James Stewart, of Old St. Pancras-road, in the county of Middlesex, has given the like notice in respect of-the invention of improvements in the action of piano fortes.
  • 47. And Stephen Perry, of Red Lion-square, in the county of Middlesex, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in inkstands or inkholders.
  • 48. And Edmund Morewood and George Rogers, both of Enfield, in the county of Middlesex, have given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in rolling metal.
  • 49. And Edmund Morewood and George Rogers, both of Enfield, in the county of Middlesex, have given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in coating metals.
  • 50. To Walter Henry Tucker, of Fore-street, Tiverton, in the county of Devon, Watch Maker, for the invention of certain improvements in locks (applicable to locks for all purposes), by which they can be made so as to combine increased and perfect security with simplicity and

cheapness of construction.

  • 51. And Thomas Craddock, of the Ranelagh Works, Thames-bank, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of certain improvements in the steam engine and the steam boiler.
  • 52. To Walter McLellan, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Iron Merchant, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of rivets and in working in metals
  • 53. To Thomas Browne Dalziel, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Manager, for the invention of improvements in the treatment or manufacture of textile fabrics or materials.
  • 54. To George Pearson Renshaw, of the Park, Nottingham, in the county of Nottingham, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in turn tables and traverse tables, and in apparatus connected therewith.
  • 55. To George Mumby, of Harrington-street, Hampstead-road, in the county of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of envelopes, and the machinery, apparatus, or means to be employed therein.
  • 56. To John Finlay, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Ironmonger, for the invention of improvements in grates and fireplaces, or apparatus for the generation of heat
  • 57. And John Joseph Macdonnell, of the Templemead, in the city of Bristol, Civil Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of certain improvements in the construction of railways.
  • 58. And to William Willcocks Sleigh, of No. 1, Queen's-square, Bloomsbury, in the county of Middlesex, Doctor of Medicine and Surgeon, for the invention for producing motive power, which he entitles "The Counteracting Reaction Motive Power Engine."
  • 59. And Marcus Davis, of No. 5, Lyon's Inn, Strand, in the city of Westminster, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of certain improvements in the manufacture of carriages, carts, military and other waggons, and wheels for locomotive and other purposes.
  • 60. To William Wolfe Bonney and Robert Archbutt, of Hortulan-place, Chelsea, in the county of Middlesex, Engineers, for the invention of improvements in machinery for raising a pile on linen, cotton, silk, or other fabrics
  • 61. And John Baylis, of No. 15, Owen's-row, in the county of Middlesex, Crape Manufacturer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in hat bands and armlets.
  • 62. And John Sayers, of No. 6, Prospect-place, Poplar, in the county of Middlesex, Carpenter and Ship Joiner, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improved arrangements for maintaining a level surface or level surfaces upon or in connection with bodies subject to a rocking motion.
  • 63. To John Fordham Stanford, of Stangate-street, Dover, in the county of Kent, Architect and Civil Engineer, for the invention of improved machinery and apparatus for manufacturing bricks, tiles, and similar building materials, which is hereby denominated The Complete Brickmaker.
  • 64. To Henry Richardson Fanshawe, of Arthur-street, Old Kent-road, in the county of Surrey, Chemist and Manufacturing Agent, for the invention of certain improvements in shawls, scarfs, neckerchiefs, handkerchiefs, mantles, sails or sail cloth, table cloths and table covers, napkins, and umbrella and parasol tops and covers, and in an improved loom for weaving, applicable especially to the said improvements, in respect to some of the said articles.
  • 65. To James Stocken, of Baldock, in the county of Hertford, Pharmaceutical Chemist, for the invention of an improved plaster spatula.
  • 66. To George Holmes, of No. 31, Great Queen-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of certain improvements in the manufacture or construction of

coats, capes, and other upper garments of personal attire.

  • 67. To James Brown, of No. 2, Bridge-terrace, - Canal-road, Mile End, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of an improved method of making ships' or other vessels' anchors.
  • 68. To George Ellins, of the borough of Droitwich, in the county of Worcester, for the invention of an improved method or apparatus for preparing flax straw for dressing and cleaning.
  • 69. To William Moore, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Gun Maker, and William Harris, of Birmingham aforesaid, for the invention of an improvement in repeating pistols and

rifles.

  • 70. And Robert Lakin, of Ardwick, in the county of Lancaster, Machinist, and William Henry Rhodes, of Gorton, in the said county of Lancaster, Mechanic, have given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in machines for spinning and doubling cotton and other fibrous substances.
  • 71. John Ambrose Coffey, of Providence-row, Finsbury, in the county of Middlesex, Pharmaceutical Engineer, has given notice at the office of the Commissioners of his intention to proceed with his application for letters patent for the invention of improvements in apparatus for performing various chemical and pharmaceutical operations, hereby denominated Coffey's Improved Patent Eseulapian Apparatus, parts whereof are applicable to steam boilers, steam and liquid gauges, stills, and syphons.
  • 72. To Edward Wilkins, of No. 60, Queen's-row Walworth, in the county of Surrey, Gentleman for the invention of improvements in the distribution and application of water or other liquid manure to promote vegetation
  • 73. And Edward Wilkins, of No. 60, Queen's-row, Walworth, in the county of Surrey, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in ruling and folding the leaves of account books or other books used for mercantile purposes, and in making entries therein, and delivering vouchers therefrom, with accuracy and dispatch.
  • 74. To Christopher Kingsford, of No. 18, Buckingham-street, Adelphi, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of an invention for machinery for solidifying peat, coal, and other substances of a like nature.
  • 75. To Laurentius Mathias Eiler, of the kingdom of Denmark, now residing at Leadenhall-street, in the city of London, Land Surveyor, for the invention of an apparatus to release or separate carriages on railroads in case of accident, giving at the same time a signal of distress.
  • 76. To Christopher James Schofield, of Cornbrooke, Hulme, in the county of Lancaster, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for cutting the pile of fustians and other fabrics.
  • 77. And Stephen Soulby, of Ulverston, in the county of Lancaster, Printer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in machinery for letter-press printing.
  • 78. And William Smith, of Kettering, in the county of Northampton, Agricultural Implement Maker, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for cleaning currants, raisins, and other fruits or vegetable substances.
  • 79. And Henry Smith, of Stamford, in the county of Lincoln, Agricultural Implement Maker, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in reaping machines.
  • 80. And Matthias Walker, of Horsham, in the county of Sussex, Ironmonger, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of an improved ashpan or apparatus for taking up ashes and cinders and separating or sifting them.
  • 81. And Frederick Osbourn, of Albion-street, King's Cross, in the county of Middlesex, Tailor, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of a machine or apparatus for facilitating the manufacture of various kinds of garments or wearing apparel.
  • 82. To Henry Mortlock Ommanney, of the city of Chester, Esquire, for the invention of improvements in certain parts of machinery for spinning cotton and other fibrous substances,
  • 83. To Henry Mortlock Ommanney, of the city of Chester, Esquire, for the invention of an improved furnace for melting of metals in crucibles.
  • 84. And Edwin Pettitt, of Kingsland, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of ammoniacal salts and manures
  • 85. And Joseph Brandeis, of No. 92, Great Tower-street, in the city of London, Sugar Refiner, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of sugar and saccharine solutions.
  • 86. David Dunne Kyle, of No. 120, Albany-street, Regent's-park, in the county of Middlesex, has given notice at the office of the Commissioners of his intention to proceed with his application for Letters Patent for the invention of an improved method of excavating and removing earth.
  • 87. To Robert Robertson Menzies, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Warehouseman, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of carpets, and other fabrics.
  • 88. And George Holcroft, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of certain improvements in steam engines.
  • 89. To James Nichols Marshall, of Bideford, in the county of Devon, Bacon Factor, for the invention of an improved wheel for carriages and other vehicles.
  • 90. To John Aspinall, of King William-street, in the city of London, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in evaporating cane juice and other liquids, and in apparatus for that purpose.
  • 91. To William Walker, of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Patent Agent, for the invention of improvements in wheels for railway carriages, and in the mode or modes of manufacturing the same.
  • 92. To Thomas Lawes, of No. 32, City-road, London, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of agricultural implements, or an improved agricultural implement.
  • 93. To Thomas Lawes, of No. 32, City-road, St. Luke's, county of Middlesex, for the invention of an improved quilt or coverlid.
  • 94. To Thomas Lawes, of No. 32, City-road, St. Luke's, county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in generating steam
  • 95 And William Oxley, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Merchant and Mill Furnishing Manufacturer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in apparatus for heating and drying.
  • 96. And Henry Bridson, of Bolton-le-Moors, in the county of Lancaster, Bleacher, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in machinery to facilitate the rinsing, washing, and cleansing of fabrics, which machinery is also applicable to certain operations in bleaching and dyeing
  • 97. And John Macmillan Dunlop, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of wheels for carriages
  • 98. And Thomas Firth, of Shear Bridge Mill, in the township of Horton, and parish of Bradford, in the county of York, Worsted Spinner, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in machinery for preparing to be spun wool, mohair, flax, cotton, and other fibrous materials.
  • 99. And Robert Anderson Rust, of No. 320, Regent-street, in the county of Middlesex, Piano Forte Manufacturer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in piano fortes
  • 101. Thomas Allan, of Adam-street, in the city of Westminster, Civil Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the application of carbonic acid gas to motive purposes
  • 102. And George Rennie, of Holland-street, Blackfriars, in the county of Surrey, Esquire, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of an improved chain cable.
  • 103. And Charles Langley, of Poplar, in the county of Middlesex, Ship Builder, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in ship building. As set forth in their respective petitions, all recorded in the said office on the 1st day of October 1852.
  • 104. To Martyn John Roberts, of Gerrard-cross, in the county of Bucks, Esquire, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of oxides of zinc and tin.
  • 105. To Richard Archibald Brooman, of the firm of J. C. Robertson and Company, of Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agents, for the invention of improvements in machines for cleaning knives.
  • 106. And Thomas Allan, of Adam-street, in the city of Westminster, Civil Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in propelling.
  • 107. To Henry Columbus Hurry, of Adam-street, Adelphi, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of an improved construction of fountain pen, or reservoir pen holder
  • 108. And Thomas Fearn, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Electro Metallurgist, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of certain improvements in ornamenting metallic surfaces and in machinery and apparatus to be employed therein.
  • 109. To William Austin, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Engraver, and William Sutherland, of the same place, Decorative Painter, for the invention of improvements in ornamenting glass.
  • 110. To John Wright and Edwin Sturge, of the Cornwall-road, Lambeth, in the county of Surrey, Engineers, for the invention of improved machinery for the manufacture of envelopes.
  • 111. To John Remington, of Sloane-street, Chelsea, Civil Engineer, and Zephaniah Deacon Berry, of Victoria-road, Pimlico, Gas Fitter and Engineer, both in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in gas meters or apparatus for measuring gas or other elastic fluids.
  • 112. And Hermann Turck, of Broad-street-buildings, in the city of London, Merchant, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in packing goods.
  • 113. And Bernhard Harczyk, of Saint Mark-street, Tenter-ground, Goodman's-fields, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of an improved preparation or composition of colouring matter to be used in washing or bleaching linen and other washable fabrics, and in the manufacture of paper and other substances
  • 114. To George Jenkins, of Nassau-street, Soho, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improved means of obtaining motive power through an atmospheric engine, by facilitating the attainment of exhaustion by currents of caloric, the engine being worked by the pressure of the atmosphere.
  • 115. And Charles John Carr, of Belper, in the county of Derby, Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in machinery for making bricks, and other similar articles.
  • 116. And William Bolivar Davis, of Southampton, Dealer and Chapman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in ships' buoys, life buoys, ships' fenders, and other similar articles.
  • 117. And John Wilson Fell, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Rope and Sail Maker, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in preparing and spinning hemp and other fibrous materials, for the purpose of making ropes, twines, and other similar articles.
  • 118. To Alexander Stewart, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Manufacturer for the invention of improvements in the manufacture or production of ornamental fabrics.
  • 119. To George Ennis, of Jersey, Iron and Brass Founder and Machinist, for the invention of improvements in gaffs and booms.
  • 120. And George Collier, of Halifax, in the county of York, Mechanic, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of carpets and other fabrics.
  • 121. And John Lee Stevens, of Kennington, in the county of Surrey, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in furnaces. 122. And Duncan Bruce, of Canada, North America, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in rotary steam engines.
  • 123. And Richard Whytock, of Greenpark, Zibberton, in the county of Mid-Lothian, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of fringes, and of pleat for these and other ornamental work.
  • 124. And Richard Husband Heighway, of the New-road, in the county of Middlesex, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in paving roads and other surfaces.
  • 125. And Thomas Hunt, of Leman-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gun Maker, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in fire arms.
  • 126. To George Bell, of Wellington-street, Goswell-street, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in saturating canvas and other fabrics in order to render them buoyant and waterproof
  • 127. And Robert Whipple Parker, of Roxbury, in the state of Massachusetts, and United States of America, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of a new or improved mode of giving rotatory motion to a shaft of a circular saw, or other mechanical contrivance
  • 128. And William Rogers, of No. 125, Long-acre, in the county of Middlesex, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in studs, buttons, and other fasteners.
  • 129. And Joseph Cox, of Heston, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of gates and hurdles.
  • 130. And Isaac Westhorp, of No. 9, George-yard, in the city of London, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in grinding wheat and other grain.
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  • 135. To Robert Griffiths, of Great Ormond-street, the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for indicating the number of persons entering and the distance travelled in public or other conveyances and places, and for the prevention of fraud upon proprietors of public conveyances.
  • 136. And William George 5iixey, of Moor-street, in the county of Middlesex, Oil and Colour Man, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in tills and other receptacles for money.
  • 137. And Arthur Jackson, of Exchange-court, Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in gas burners.
  • 138. And Richard Atkinson Peacock, of Slyne Lodge, near Lancaster, in the county of Lancaster, Civil Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of an improved construction of culverts for sewers for the purposes of drainage.
  • 139. To William Lewis, of Piccadilly, in the county of Middlesex, Surgeon and Apothecary, for the invention of improvements in compounding medicines in the form of pills.
  • 140. To Thomas Robson, of Woolwich-road, in the county of Kent, for the invention of improvement's in apparatus for igniting signal and other lights.
  • 141. And Astley Paston Price, of Margate, in the county of Kent, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in the manufacture of citric and tartaric acids, and of certain salts of potash, soda, ammonia, lime, and baryta
  • 142. To Henry Bernoulli Barlow, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Patent Agent and Consulting Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of cylinders for carding cotton and other fibrous substances.
  • 143. To John Lawrence Gardner, of Whitecrossstreet, London, Ink Maker, for the invention of improvements in bottles and other vessels for holding liquids
  • 144. To William Seaton, of Cole.«hill-street, Pimlico, London, for the invention of improvements in the construction of iron vessels, and in sheathing or covering the same.
  • 145. To Donald Nicoll, of the firm of H. J. and D. Nicoll, of Regent-street, for the invention of improvements in mourning bands for the arm or hat
  • 146. Edwin Lewis Brundage, of Jewin-crescent, in the city of London, Gentleman, has given notice at the office of the Commissioners of his intention to proceed with his application for letters patent for the invention of improved machinery for forging nails, brads, and screwblanks.— A communication. As set forth in his petition, recorded in the said office on the 1st clay of October 1852.
  • 147. To Edwin Whele, of Shiffnal, in the county of Salop, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for burning candles, and in horological apparatus attached thereto.
  • 148. To Edward William Kemble Turner, of Praed-street, Paddington, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery for sweeping or cleaning chimneys; also for more effectually extinguishing them when on fire.
  • 149. To Edwin Whele, of Shifihall, in the county of Salop, Engineer, for the invention of an improved rotatory engine, to be worked by steam, air, or gases.
  • 150. To Thomas Boyd, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Colico Printer, for the invention of improvements in the treatment or finishing of woven fabrics.
  • 151. To David Wilkinson Sharp, of Bingley, in the county of York, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in machinery for combing and drawing a sliver of wool, flax, silkwaste, and other fibrous substances, and in apparatus for constructing screws to be used in a part or parts of such machinery
  • 152. To Eugene De Varroc, of Regent-street, in the county of Middlesex, Artist, for the invention of improvements in rendering glass reflective.
  • 153. To David Stephens Brown, of No. 2, Alexandrian Lodge, Old Kent-road, Surrey, Gentleman, for the invention of an agricultural implement for tilling the soil.
  • 154. To David Stephens Brown, of No. 2, Alexandrian Lodge, Old Kent-road, Surrey, Gentleman, for the invention of obtaining useful products from sewers.
  • 155. To David Stephens Brown, of No. 2, Alexandrian Lodge, Old Kent-road, Surrey, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved means of navigating the water by ships.
  • 156. To Joseph Brown, of Leadenhall-street, in the city of London, Upholsterer and Cabinet Maker, for the invention of improvements in beds, sofas, chairs, and other articles of furniture, to render them more suitable for travelling and other purposes.
  • 157. To James Mayelston, of Elloughton, in the county of York, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the method of applying heat to the heating of water for feeding or supplying the boiler or boilers of steam engines, or for other purposes.
  • 158. To Francis Prime Walker, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Ironmonger, for the invention of improvements in machinery for communicating signals to the drivers of railway engines.
  • 159. To Benjamin Fothergill, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Mechanical Engineer, for the invention of improvements in certain machinery for preparing to be spun, cotton, wool, flax, silk, and other fibrous substances.
  • 160. To Joseph Burch, of Crag Hall, near Macclesfield, in the county of Chester, Carpet Manufacturer, for the invention of certain improvements in building and propelling ships and vessels.
  • 161. To Richard Archibald Brooman, of the firm of J. C. Robertson and Company, of No. 166, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agents, for the invention of improvements in purifying and disinfecting fats and fatty bodies, and in separating oleine from stearine.
  • 162. To John Ignatius Fuchs, Engineer and "Watch Maker, of Zerbst, Dutchy of Anhalt Dessau, for the invention of an electro-magnetic apparatus.
  • 163. To Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of tables, sofas, bedsteads, stands, chairs, and other articles of furniture, and the frames and bodies of musical instruments.
  • 164. To John Robert Johnson, of Stanbrook Cottage, Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex, Chemist, for the invention of improvements in fixing colouring matter of madder in printing and dyeing.
  • 165. To Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in constructing bridges, viaducts, and such like structures.
  • 166. To Samuel Powell, of No. 52, Regent-street, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of certain articles of wearing apparel.
  • 167. To Joseph Faulding, of Edward-street, Hampstead-road, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in machinery for sawing and cutting wood and other substances.
  • 168. To John Macintosh, of Berners-street, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in compositions to be used as paints.
  • 169. To Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in machinery for mowing and reaping.
  • 170. To Edward Allport, of Aldermanbury, in the city of London, Button Manufacturer, for the invention of an improvement in the manufacture of buttons, by making them with elastic shanks.
  • 171. To William James Lewis, of London, but now residing at Turin, in the kingdom of Sardinia, Civil Engineer, but now at Paris, for the invention of a slideless stadia sight, applicable to rifles and other fire arms.
  • 172. To John Jobson, of Litchurch, in the county of Derby, Iron Founder, for the invention of improvements in manufacturing moulds for casting metal.
  • 173. To Theophilus Kedwood, of Montagu-street, Russell-square, London, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of gelatine.
  • 174. And to Alexander Campbell Duncan, of Glasgow, Calico Printer, for the invention of improvements in the art or process of dyeing cotton, or other textile fabrics, or cotton or other yarns, when printed or mordanted with the colouring matter of madder or of dyewoods, and in machinery or apparatus employed therein. On both their petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 2nd day of October 1852.
  • 175. To Michael Cavanagh, of Notting-hill, in the county of Middlesex, Locksmith, for the invention of certain improvements in morticelock spindles.
  • 176. To Peter Hyde Astley, of Stratford, in the county of Essex, Gentleman, and John Figgins Stephens, of De Beauvoir-square, Kingsland, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved construction for floating vessels, having for its object the rendering them safe means of transit.
  • 177. To William Simpson, Paper Maker, and John Shelton Isaac, Saddler, both of Maidstone, in the county of Kent, for the invention of an improved composition, to be used principally as a substitute for wood or other materials, where strength and lightness are required in the manufacture of various articles.
  • 178. To William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in stoppers for bottles and other similar vessels.
  • 179. To Frederic Newton, of Fleet-street, in the city of London, Optician, for the invention of improvements in the apparatus to be employed for producing photographic pictures
  • 180. To John Slack, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Manager, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of textile fabrics.
  • 181. To William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in governors or regulators for regulating the pressure of gas as it passes from the main or other pipes to the burners.
  • 182. To Samuel George Archibald, of Pall-mall, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved mode of extracting or rendering animal fats and oils.
  • 183. To Thomas Green, junior, of Westbourne Park Villas, in the county of Middlesex, Omnibus Proprietor, for the invention of improvements in the construction of omnibuses.
  • 184. To Joseph Needham, of No. 26, Piccadilly, in the county of Middlesex, Gun Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in breechloading fire arms, and in apparatus connected therewith.
  • 185. To James Edward MacConnell, of Wolverton, in the county of Buckingham, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in sheathing iron vessels, and in covering, lining, or coating sheets or other manufactured articles of iron or steel.
  • 186. To John Burnie, of Castle Douglas, in the county of Kirkcudbright, North Britain, Smith, for the invention of improvements in cutting or reducing vegetable substances.
  • 187. To Alexander Miller, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Manager, for the invention of improvements in the treatment or finish of textile fabrics and materials.
  • 188. To John Weems, of Johnstone, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, Tin Smith, for the invention of improvements in obtaining and applying motive power.
  • 189. To Alexander Willison, of the Manse of Dundonald, in the county of Ayr, North Britain, Minister of Dundonald, for the invention of improvements in thrashing machinery.
  • 190. To James Anderson Young, of the firm of A. S. Young and Son, of No. 185, Buchananstreet, Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Surgeon Dentist, for the invention of certain improvements in dental operations, and in apparatus or instruments to be used therein.
  • 191. To John Stringfellow, of Chard, in the county of Somerset, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in galvanic batteries, for medical and other purposes.
  • 192. To George John Philps, of Friday-street, in the city of London, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in hats and other like coverings for the head.
  • 193. To Ralph Errington Ridley, of Hexham, in the county of Northumberland, Tanner, for the invention of improvements in cutting and reaping machines.
  • 194. To Thomas Lawrie, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Glass Decorator, for the invention of improvements in forming and protecting inscriptions and devices in exposed situations.
  • 195. And to George Stuart, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in heating the fleeces of natural coverings of sheep and other animals when on the animals.
  • 196.
  • 197. To John Gooch Marshall, of Clifton-street, Finsbury, in the county of Middlesex, Cabinet Maker, for the invention of improvements in rendering weather-tight doors, casements, and other similar openings.
  • 198. And Edwin Bates, of No. 7, Great Portland-street, London, county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of an invention for retarding and effectually stopping at discretion railway carriages, and also for carriages of all descriptions, for the more safely descending inclined planes, either in the streets, or on turnpike roads, to be called Bates's Break.
  • 199. And Edwin Bates, of No. 7, Great Portland-street, London, county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of certain improvements - for deriving motive power from expansive fluids, and the better application and economy thereof for propelling ships and other- vessels in sea, river, and canal navigation, also in the shape and action of wind sails, the use of water as a motive power for driving machines, mills, &c. the construction of turbines, air and water pumps, marine pumps for emptying ships of bilge water, and other useful purposes
  • 200. To Edward Welch, of No. 90, Oxford-terrace, Hyde-park, in the county of Middlesex, Architect, for the invention of improvements in fire-places and flues, and in apparatus connected therewith.
  • 201. To Martin Watts, of Patricroft, near Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Cotton Spinner, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for roving or preparing cotton and other fibrous substances for spinning.
  • 202. To William Hayward West, of Blenheim-street, Oxford-street, in the county of Middlesex, Ironmonger, for the invention of improvements in wind guards and chimney tops.
  • 203. To Robert Hazard, of No. 14, Lincoln's-inn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, Warming and Ventilating Engineer, for the invention of a calorific bath.
  • 204. To Bendix Ising Jacoby, of Hamburg, Dentist, for the invention of improvements in the means of fixing artificial teeth, No. 21371. P
  • 205. To Martin Billing, of Holborn, London, and Charles Henry Street, Birmingham, in the county of Warwickshire, Brass Founder, for the invention of certain improvements in the combination of metals, having different capacities of vibration, to be used in the construction of certain useful articles.
  • 206. To John Moseley, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery for cleansing linen and other fibrous materials.
  • 207. To William Donald Napier, of George-street, in the city of Westminster, Gentleman, and William Lund, of Cornhill, in the city of London, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for steering vessels.
  • 208. To Richard Manwaring, of Maidstone, in the county of Kent, Watch Maker, and Thomas Hamblin, also of Maidstone, Agricultural Labourer, for the invention of improvements in ploughs.
  • 209. To James Barrow Storey, junior, of Oakham, in the county of Rutland, Brewer, for the invention of improvements in mouth pieces for pipes and cigars.
  • 210. To Henry Webb, of Willenhall, in the county of Stafford, Engineer, and Joseph Froysell, of the same place, Surgeon, for the invention of improvements in fastening knobs to door and other locks.
  • 211. To Thomas Scott, of No. Ill, Drummond-street, Euston-square, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in applying and transmitting motive power, and in accelerating the progress of bodies in motion.
  • 212. To Thomas Slater, of Somer's-place, New-road, St. Pancras, in the county of Middlesex, Optician, and Joseph John William Watson, of Old Kent-road, in the county of Surrey, Doctor of Philosophy, for the invention of improvements in the application of electricity to illuminating purposes.
  • 213. To Antoine Fran§ois D'Henin, of Malines, in the kingdom of Belgium, Tobacco Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the treatment and manufacture of tobacco.
  • 214. To Thomas Kennedy, of Kilmarnock, in the county of Ayr, North Britain, Gun Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in obtaining and applying motive power, which improvements, or parts' thereof, are applicable to time-keepers and clock work, and for measuring and registering the flow of water and other fluids, and seriform bodies.
  • 215. To John Erskine, of Greenock, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, Felt Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of felted and cemented fabrics.
  • 216. And to Archibald Brown, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Block Maker, for the invention of improvements in the construction of sheaves for blocks.
  • 217. To Michael Angelo Garvey, of No. 10, Jeffrey's-terrace, Kentish-town, Middlesex, for the invention for more effectually dissipating the shock of collision in railway trains, reducing the surfaces exposed to atmospheric resistance, and diminishing oscillation by making portions of the whole of each carriage elastic in every direction, and increasing the power of the carriage to resist severe pressure by means of metallic tubes in its longitudinal angles.
  • 218. To William Clark, of Upper-street, Islington, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the construction of screw propellers for propelling vessels.
  • 219. To Arthur Richard Burr, of Halesowen, in the county of Worcester, Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in making gun and pistol barrels, applicable to the manufacture of other kinds of tubes.
  • 220. To David Stephens Brown, of No. 2, Alexandrian Lodge, Old Kent-road, Surrey, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved apparatus or instrument for evaporating or distilling liquids.
  • 221. To William Crosskill, of Beverley, in the county of York, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in machines for cutting or reaping growing corn, clover, and grass.
  • 222. To Aristide Balthazard Berard, of Paris, in the republic of France, Engineer and Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, for the invention of improvements in the construction of jetties, break waters, and docks, and other hydraulic constructions.
  • 223. To John Houston, of No. 45, Nelson-square, in the borough of Southwark, in the county of Surrey, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in obtaining motive power when air and steam are used conjointly.
  • 224. To John Houston, of No. 45, Nelson-square, in the borough of Southwark, in the county of Surrey, Surgeon, for the invention of improvements in metallic spring packings for pistons.
  • 225. To Joseph Apsey, Engineer, of Blackfriars, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in ship building and in machinery for propelling.
  • 226. To Diego Jimenez, of Percy-street, in the county of Middlesex, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of soap.
  • 227. To Benjamin Mitchell, of Rotnsey, in the county of Hants, Builder, for the invention of improvements in the construction of artificial legs.
  • 228. To William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in machinery for boring or cutting rocks or other hard substances, for the purpose of tunnelling through mountains, or making other excavations.
  • 229. To William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the means of producing a vacuum for various purposes, such as condensing steam, pumping water, exhausting air, or other purposes where a vacuum is required.
  • 230. To James Bullough, Manufacturer, David Whittaker, Overlooker, and John Walmesley, Mechanical Designer, all of Blackburn, in the county of Lancaster, for the invention of improvements in sizing machines.
  • 231. To George Walker Nicholson, of Pendleton, in the county of Lancaster, Tool and Engine Fitter, for the invention of improvements in screw-bolts, nuts, and washers, and in the machinery or apparatus for making the same.
  • 232. To John Prestwich the elder, Samuel Prestwich, and John Prestwich the younger, all of Tamworth, near Bolt on, in the county of Lancaster, Spinners and Manufacturers, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for cleaning and finishing woven fabrics.
  • 233. To William Crook, of Blackburn, in the county of Lancaster, Weaver, for the invention of improvements in looms.
  • 234. To John Balmforth, William Balmforth, and Thomas Balmforth, all of Clayton, in the county of Lancaster, Iron Masters, for the invention, of improvements in steam boilers, and in fixing the same.
  • 235. To Adam and John Booth, both of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Machine Makers, for the invention of improvements in platting or braiding machines, which machines are applicable to manufacturing webs for making door and other mats.
  • 236. To Robert Brown, of Salford, in the county of Lancaster, Manager, for the invention of an improved taking-up motion, applicable to looms, and other similar purposes.
  • 237. To Herm Jager, of Ludgate-hill, in the city of London, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in the treatment of cotton and other similar fabrics, by the introduction of chemical agents to supersede the use of dung in the dunging process.
  • 238. To William Gilbert Elliott, of Blisworth, in the county of Northampton, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of bricks, pipes, tiles, and other articles capable of being moulded.
  • 239. To Pierre Frederic Gongy, of Castle-street, Leicester-square, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in paving streets, roads, and ways.
  • 240. To Thomas Turnbull, of Rosemill Bleachfield, Dundee, in Scotland, for the invention of improvements in the preparation and treatment of flax, hemp, and other similar vegetable fibres.
  • 241. To Jesse Ross, of Keighley, in the county of York, Gentleman, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for combing wool, cotton, silk, flax, and other suitable fibrous materials
  • 242. To William Mackenzie, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Publisher, and George Blair, of the same place, Master of Arts, for the invention of improvements in the arrangement and construction of graduated scales for measuring instruments.
  • 243. To Samuel Getley, of No. 6, Ivy-street, Birkenhead, in the county of Chester, for the invention of improvements in water closets.
  • 244. To Joseph Westby, of Nottingham, in the county of Nottingham, for the invention of improvements in machinery applicable to the manufacture of lace and other weavings.
  • 245. To William Dray, of Swan-lane, Londonbridge, in the city of London, for the invention of improvements in machinery for reaping and mowing.
  • 246. To George Hallen Cottam, of Charles-street, Hampstead-road, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in chairs, sofas, and bedsteads.
  • 247. And to Christopher Nickels, of York-street, Lambeth, in the county of Surrey, Gentleman, and Frederick Thornton, of the borough of Leicester, in the county of Leicester, Designer, for the invention of improvements in weaving.
  • 248. And James Bird, of No. 16, Orchard-street, Portman-square, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of a new artificial manure.
  • 249. To John Hughes, of Carnarvonshire, Wales, Quarryman, for the invention of an improved method of constructing roofs and sides of nouses, buildings, and other structures.
  • 250. To William Armand Gilbee, of the English and Foreign Patent Office, No. 4, South-street, Finsbury, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved mode of disinfecting putrified and fecal matters, and converting fecal matters into manure, also applicable to the disinfection of cesspools, drains, sewers, and other similar receptacles.
  • 251. To Auguste Edouard Loradoux Bellford, of No. 16, Castle-street, Holborn, in the city of London, Patent Agent, for the invention of improvements in sewing machines.
  • 252. To Jacob Tilton Slade, of Pall Mall, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved mode of driving certain machines, and an improved driving band or chain to be used therewith.
  • 253. To Charles de Bergue, Engineer, Dowgatehill, London, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery for punching metals, and for rivetting together metallic plates or bars.
  • 254. To Robert Shaw, of Portlaw, in the county of Waterford, in Ireland, Cotton Spinner and Manufacturer, for the invention of pre-arranging, ascertaining, and registering the rate of travelling of locomotive engines, and of railway or other carriages.
  • 255. To John Crook, of Manchester, Packer, and John Wilkinson Wood, of the same place, Manager, for the invention of certain improvements in the method of preserving hoop iron from oxydation or decay.
  • 256. And John Cronin Jeffcott, of No. 1, Anglesea-street, in the county of the city of York, Agriculturist, has given the like notice in respect of the invention for producing heat for generating steam, and applicable to and for other purposes for which this invention has not been hitherto used, under the name and title of a heat producer and steam generator.
  • 257. To Alexis Delemer, of Radcliffe, in the county of Lancaster, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for manufacturing piled fabrics.
  • 258. To David Chalmers, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in looms for weaving wire web or cloth by power.
  • 259. To George Walker Nicholson, of Pendleton, in the county of Lancaster, Tool and Engine Fitter, for the invention of improvements in vices, and in the means or method used for fixing the same.
  • 260 To William Coles Fuller, of Bucklersbury, in the city of London, Patent Spring Manufacturer, and George Morris Knevitt, of New York, in the United States of America, but now residing at Argyll-street, New-road, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of certain improvements in applying indian rubber or other similarly elastic substance as springs for carriages.
  • 261. To William Abbot, of Bideford, in the county of Devon, Maltster and Brewer, for the invention of an improved plough.
  • 262. To Robert Mortimer Glover, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, Doctor of Medicine, and John Gail, • of the same place, Mathematical Instrument Maker, for the invention of improvements in miners or safety lamps.
  • 263. To John Gaylord Wells, of Hartford, Connecticut, in the United States of America, but now of Trafalgar-square, in the county of Middlesex, Printer, for the invention of an improved construction of self-inking stamping apparatus.
  • 264. To Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for manufacturing gas and coke.
  • 265. To David Collison, of Preston, in the county of Lancaster, Cloth Looker, for the invention of improvements in the construction of shuttle skewers.
  • 266. To Henry Alfred Jowett and Frederick William Jowett, of Sawley, in the county of Derby, Engineers, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for heating, which improvements are particularly applicable for generating steam or evaporating solutions, and may be applied for heating purposes generally.
  • 267. To Thomas Barker Walker Gale and ,JonaD 2 . than Fensom, of Homerton, in the county of Middlesex, Engineers, for the invention of improvements in the means of joining or coupling bands or straps.
  • 268. To William Crossby, of Sheffield, in the county of York, for the invention of improvements in the ventilation of coal-pits and mines, ships' rooms, and buildings generally.
  • 269. To William Vaughan Morgan, of Jewin-crescent, in the city of London, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in the preparation of oils for the purposes of illumination and lubricating machinery.
  • 270. To John Grimes, of Coton House, in the county of Warwick^ Esquire, Captain in the Madras Army, for the invention of an atmospheric freezing machine.
  • 271. To Joseph Westby, of Nottingham, for the invention of improvements in twist lace machinery.
  • 272. To Joseph Hill, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Stamper, &c. for the invention of a machine for stamping metals and forging iron and steel.
  • 273. To John Frederick Chatwin, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of brushes.
  • 274. To John Frederick Chatwin, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of buttons.
  • 275. To Alphonse Ren§ le Mire de Normandy, of Judd-street, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in obtaining fresh water from salt water.
  • 276. To Francis Warren, of No. 16, Millbank-street, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in gas-burners. 77. To Admiral the Earl of Dundonald, of Belgrave-road, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in coating and insulating wire.
  • 277.
  • 278. To William Adolph, of No. 9, Bury-court, St. Mary Axe, in the city of London, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for warming and ventilating rooms.
  • 279. And to James Clark, of Chapel House, Paisley, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, Esquire, for the invention of improvements in weaving carpets and other fabrics, and in the machinery or apparatus employed therein.
  • 280. To William Bissell, of Wolverhampton, for the invention of an improved cramp, or improved cramps, for cramping floors, doors, and joiners' and ship work generally.
  • 281. To Samuel Perkes, Civil Engineer, No. 1, Walbrook, city of London, for the invention of certain improvements in the - mode of treating skins, hides, leather, and other manufactured and raw productions.
  • 282. To John Blair, of Ducie Bridge Mill, Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, for the invention of certain improvements in the manufacture of waddings, and in the machinery for making the same.
  • 283. To Thomas Greaves, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Veterinary Surgeon, for the invention of improvements in the method or means of obtaining and employing motive power.
  • 284. To George Simpson, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Machine Maker, for the invention of certain improvements in machines or apparatus for weighing.
  • 285. To Edwin Pettit, of Kingsland, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, and James Forsyth, of Caldbeck, Cumberland, Spinner, for the invention of improvements in spinning and drawing cotton and other fibrous substances, and in machinery for that purpose.
  • 286. To Auguste Edouard Loradoux Bellford, of No. 16, Castle-street, Holborn, in the city of London, Patent Agent, for the invention of an improvement in smoothing-irons.
  • 287. To Auguste Edouard Loradoux Bellford, of No. 16, Castle-street, Holborn, in the city of London, Patent Agent, for the invention of improvements in steam boilers.
  • 288. To Augustus Waller, of London, but now residing at Bonn, on the Rhine, in the Kingdom of Prussia, Doctor of Medicine, for the invention of improvements in the means of measuring or ascertaining the quantity of alcohol and other substances in brandy, wine, beer, and other liquids.
  • 289. To John Tatharn and David Cheetham, of Rochdale, in the county of Lancaster, Machine Makers, for the invention of improvements in rollers or bosses used for drawing or conveying textile materials and fabrics.
  • 290. To William Horsfield, of Swillington Mills, near Leeds, in the county of York, Miller, for the invention of improvements in splitting, crushing, and grinding corn, seeds, grain, minerals, or other substances.
  • 291. To Morris Lyons, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Chemist, for the invention of certain improvements in coating the surfaces of iron.
  • 292. To Samuel Rainbird, of Norwich, in the county of Norfolk, Builder, for the invention of improvements in grappling and raising sunken vessels and other submerged bodies, and in apparatus for that purpose.
  • 293. To John Little, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Ironmonger, for the invention of improvements in ash-pans for firegrates, stoves, and fire-places.
  • 294. To Mitchel Thomson, of Plymouth, in the county of Devon, Surgeon in the Royal Navy, for the invention of improvements in lamps, and in the production of artificial light.
  • 295. To Peter Ward, of Oldbury, in the county of Worcester, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of sal-ammoniac and obtaining salts of ammonia.
  • 296. To Alfred Trueman, of Swansea, in the county of Glamorgan, Manager of Copper Smelting Works, for the invention of improvements in obtaining copper and other metals from ores or matters containing them.
  • 297. To Alfred Kent, of Chichester, in the county of Sussex, for the invention of improvements in glazing.
  • 298. To Edward Joseph Hughes, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Patent Agent, for the invention of an improved method of purifying and concentrating the colouring matter of madder, munjeet, and spent madder.
  • 299. To Thomas Pascall, of Norwood, in the county of Surrey, Tile Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in ridge tiles and roofing.
  • 301. To Samuel Smith, of Swinton, near Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Manufacturer, for the invention of certain improvements in looms for weaving.
  • 302. To William Townley, of No. 2, Bartletts-buildings, Holborn-hill, in the city of London, Engineer, for the invention of improved machinery or apparatus for watering and flushing streets, squares, courts, and other localities.
  • 303. To George Tillett, Gentleman, of London, for the invention of certain improvements in bedsteads.
  • 304. To John Paterson, of Wood-street, in the city of London, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in buckles or fastenings.
  • 305. To John Talbot Tyler, of Mount-street, Grosvenor-square, in the county of Middlesex, Hatter, for the invention of improvements in hats, and in the preparation of plush or other covering used in the manufacture of hats.
  • 306. To. John Talbot Tyler, of Mount-street, . in the county of Middlesex, Hatter, for the invention of improvements in velouring machines, or machines used by hatters for causing the covering of hats to adhere to the body, and for polishing the nap of hats.
  • 307. To George Ennis, of Jersey, Iron and Brass Founder and Machinist, for the invention of improvements in dredging machines.
  • 308. To John Lewthwaite, of Halifax, in the county of York, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in cards and tickets, and in machinery for cutting, printing, numbering, and: marking cards, tickets, and paper.
  • 309. To James Yule, of St. Luke's-terrace, in the city of Gloucester, Mechanician, for the invention of an improved arrangement of sawing machinery.
  • 310. And to, William Edward Newton, of the Office, of Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the construction, of hydraulic rams.
  • 311. To Auguste Edouard Loradoux Bellford, of No. 16, Castle-street, Holborn, in the city of London, Patent Agent, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for manufacturing soda water and other aerated liquids.
  • 312. To James Bird, of No. 16, Orchard-street, Portman-square, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of a new manufacture of cement.
  • 313. To John Egan, of William-street, in the county of the city of Limerick, for the invention of a self-acting flax scutching and hackling machine with horizontal blades or hackles, an incline plane on which flax holders move, the application of the fan by a current of air to . press flax against scutching blades or hackles and spring catch flax holders, as per drawing.
  • 314. To Richard Husband, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Hat Manufacturer, for the invention of certain improvements in weaving hat plush and other textile fabrics.
  • 315. To Alexander Clark, of Gate-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, and Patrick Clark, of the same place, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of shutters, doors, and windows.
  • 316. To Antoine Burg, of Paris, Chemist, for the invention of certain instruments, apparatus, and articles for the application of electro, galvanic and magnetic action for medical purposes.
  • 317. To William Scholfield, Engineer, and Joseph Pritchard, Boiler Maker, both of Oldham, in the county of Lancaster, for the invention of improvements in steam, boilers.
  • 318. To William Maddick, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Manufacturing Chemist, for the invention of an improved method of extracting and concentrating by evaporation the colouring and other principles from all substances in which they are contained, and of thoroughly exhausting the same.
  • 319. To James Johnson, of Worsley, in the county of Lancaster, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in heating, ventilating, and sewering cottages or dwelling-houses.
  • 320. To John and William Smith, both of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Dyers and Finishers, for the invention of improvements in the. method or process of dyeing woven or textile fabrics certain colours, and in machinery or apparatus employed therein.
  • 321. To Samuel Hardacre, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Machinist, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for blowing, scutching, opening, cleaning, and sorting cotton, wool, and other fibrous substances, parts of which improvements are applicable to other purposes.
  • 322. To George Gent, of Northampton, in the county of Northampton, Grocer, and Samuel Smith, of the same place and county, Agricultural Implement Maker, for the invention of a fruit cleaning and dressing machine.
  • 323. To Jean Jemot Kousseau, of Castle-street, Leicester-square, in the county of Middlesex, Chemist, for the invention of improvements in inlaying and ornamenting metal plates to be used for door ^plates, sign plates, and other purposes to which such inlaid or ornamented plates may be applicable.
  • 324. To Thomas Restell, of the Strand, in the city of Westminster, Watch Maker, for the invention of certain improvements in chronometers, watches, and clocks, part of which improvements is applied to roasting jacks.
  • 325. To John Henry Johnson, of No. 47, Lincoln's-inn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, and of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in composing and distributing type.
  • 326. To Charles William Siemens, of Adelphi-terrace, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in engines to be worked by steam and other fluids.
  • 327. To Jonas Lavater, of No. 19, Rue Grenelle St. Honore, in the city of Paris, in France, for the invention of improvements in the apparatus for measuring the inclination of plane surfaces and angles formed or to be formed thereon.
  • 328. To William Hine, of Derby, Corn Factor, for the invention of improvements in machinery applicable to paddle wheels, windmills, and other useful purposes.
  • 329. To Auguste Edouard Loradoux Bellford, of No. 16, Castle-street, Holborn, in the city of London, Patent Agent, for the invention of improvements in the construction of revolving or repeating fire arms.
  • 330. To Henry Moorhouse, of Denton, in the county of Lancaster, Tailor, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for cleaning woollen, cotton, or linen rags and waste, which machinery or apparatus is applicable to cleaning and tempering clay, or other similar purposes.
  • 331. To David Laidlaw, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Iron and Brass Founder, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture or production of gas burners.
  • 332.
  • 333. To George Searby, of No. 9, Markham-street, Chelsea, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in machinery for cutting, carving, and engraving wood, stone, metal, and other suitable materials.
  • 334. To George Searby, of No. 9, Markham-street, Chelsea, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of the cure of smoky chimneys, and the prevention of accumulation of soot in flues.
  • 335. To Robert Cochran, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, Potter, for the invention of improvements in kilns.
  • 336. To Charles Matthew Barker, of No. 22, Portsmouth-place, Kennington-lane, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in sawing wood.
  • 337. To Henry McFarlane, of No. 8, Lawrence-lane, in the city of London, for the invention of improvements in stoves or fire-places.'
  • 338. To Robert Lambert, of No. 13, Goree Piazza, Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, for the invention of improvements in tents.
  • 339. To Andrew Edmund Brae, of Leeds, in the county of York, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the means of, or apparatus for, exhibiting numbers, letters, dates, or other devices for various purposes.
  • 340. And to Henry Dewy, of Taymouth-terrace, Phil pot-street, Commercial-road, Stepney, in the county of Middlesex, Nautical Teacher, for the invention of improvements in disengaging ships' boats from their suspending chains or ropes.
  • 341. To Edward Simons, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Tallow Chandler, for the invention of improvements in lamps.
  • 342. To Francis Alexander Victor Michel, of No. 19, Leicester-square, London, in the county of Middlesex, Typographer, for the invention of stereotyping in copper by the galvanoplasty.
  • 343. To John William Couchman, of No. 8, Princes-terrace, Pultney-street, Barnsbury-road, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of the closing and hanging of swing and other doors, by means of the spring and pivots.
  • 344 To Samuel Perkes, Civil Engineer, No. 1, Walbrook, City, London, for the invention of improvements in certain apparatuses and machines for the production and treatment of mineral and other substances, and part of which are applicable for other useful purposes.
  • 345. To Samuel Perkes, Civil Engineer, No. 1, Walbrook, City, London, for the invention of certain improvements in navigable vessels and propellers.
  • 346. To Samuel Perkes, Civil Engineer, No. 1, Walbrook, city, London, for the invention of certain improvements in mines, buildings, and sewerage for effecting sanatory purposes, and treating the produce therefrom.
  • 347. And to Auguste Edouard Loradoux Bellford, of No. 16, Castle-street, Holborn, Patent Agent, for the invention of improvements in sewing cloth and other materials. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 12th day of October 1852.
  • 348. To Joseph Humphreys, of Howard-street, No folk-street, Strand, in the county of Middlesex, Designer, for the invention of improvements in metallic and other designs for exhibition in or on shop and other windows and places.
  • 349. To Emanuel Wharton, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Civil Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in metallic bedsteads.
  • 350. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Auguste Chesneau, of Welford-place, Leicester, in the county of Leicester, Oil Merchant, praying for letters patent for the invention of the manufacture of an indestructible paving, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 12th day of October 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 351. To Louis Constant Alexandre Vittrant, of Cambrai, in the Republic of France, Advocate, for the invention of improvements in the preservation of vegetable and animal matters.
  • 352. To Thomas Dawson, of Melton-street, in the county of Middlesex, Mechanist, for the invention of improvements in the means of cutting pile or terry fabrics.
  • 353. To Thomas Lacey, of Grafton-street, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for raising liquids, and in joints for uniting india rubber and other like flexible tubing.
  • 354. To Joseph Walker, of Dover, in the county of Kent, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in machinery for crushing and bruising malt, grain, and seeds.
  • 355. To Peter Warren, of Stratmore-terrace, Shadwell, in the county of Middlesex, Paper Maker, for the invention of an improved material, applicable to many purposes for which papier machete and gutta percha have been or may be used.
  • 356. To Joseph Robinson, of Southampton, in the county of Hants, Superintendent Joiner to the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Company, for the invention of improvements in ventilators.
  • 357. To Thomas Barnabas Daft, of the Isle of Man, for the invention of improvements in inland conveyance.
  • 358. To William H. Smith, of the county of Montgomery, and State of Pensylvania, America, Clergyman, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of lava ware.
  • 359. And to Leon Godefroy, Manufacturer of Paris, in the Republic of France, for the invention of improvements in covering or packing rollers for printing fabrics.
  • 360. To George Lloyd, of the parish of Budbrooke, in the county of Warwick, Doctor of Medicine, for the invention of an improvement or improvements in the manufacture of paper.
  • 361. To Joseph Pimlott Oates, of Lichfield, in the county of Stafford, Surgeon, for the invention of an improved spring, or improved springs, for carriages.
  • 362. To William Tatham, of Rochdale, in the county of Lancaster, Machine Maker, for the invention of an improved mode, or improved modes, of preventing accidents on railways.
  • 363. To John Carter, of Meltham, in the parish of Almond bury, in the county of York, Spinner, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of woven fabrics.
  • 364. To Matthew Smith, of Over Darwen, in the county of Lancaster, Manager, for the invention of improvements in machinery for weaving and printing.
  • 365. To Edward Lloyd, of Dee Valley, near Corwen, Merionethshire, North Wales, Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in steam engines, the whole or part of which improvements are applicable to other motive engines.
  • 366. To Joseph Nash, Chemist, of No. 3, Thames-parade, Pimlico, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of the treatment and refining of sugar.
  • 367. To Peter Armand Le Comte de Fontaine Moreau, of No. 4, South-street, Finsbury, London, and No. 39, Rue de 1'Echiquier, Paris, Agent, for obtaining patents of inventions for the invention of a certain chemical combination for the silicatisation of calcareous matters.
  • 368. To William Walker Stephens, of Logiegreen, Canonmills, Edinburgh, in the county of Edinburgh, for the invention of the application of retorts in gas ovens, or other ovens, to a process of improving iron, and converting iron into steel.
  • 369. To Thomas Suttie, of Greenock, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, Smith, for the invention of improvements in roasting apparatus.
  • 370. To Robert Pinkney, of No. 26, Long-acre, in the county of Middlesex, Ink Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in cases for holding marking materials.
  • 371. To Walter McFarlane, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Iron Founder, for the invention of improvements in water closets.
  • 372. To Richard Williams, of Machen, in the county of Monmouth, Engineer, for the invention of an improvement or improvements in pumps or pumping.
  • 373. To Pierre Josephe Rousset Coquerelle, Civil Engineer, of Paris, in the republic, of France, I for the invention of th'e; combination of certain chymical agents for the replacing of indigo and other blues, which combination he calls Rousset Blue.
  • 374. To Christopher Hill, of the Great Western Railway, Swindon, in the county of Wilts, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of lubricating matters.
  • 375. To Gerard Andrew Arney, of Mitcham, in the county of Surrey, Gelatine Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in coating or enamelling pictures, prints, paper, and other surfaces.
  • 376. To Henry McFarlane, of Lawrence-lane, in the city of London, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in constructing metal beams, or girders.
  • 377. To Martyn John Roberts, of Woodbank, Gerrard's-cross, in the county of Bucks, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in galvanic batteries, and in obtaining chemical products therefrom.
  • 378. To Preston Lumb, of Vauxhall, in the county of Surrey, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for cleansing coal. 379. And to John Henry Lee, of No. 31, Northampton-square, in the county of Middlesex, Ornamental Sawyer, for the invention of improvements in sawing. On their several petitions, all recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 13th day of October 1852.
  • 379
  • 380. To Alfred Augustus De Reginald Hely, of Cannon-row, Westminster, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of an improved waiter or tray.
  • 381. To Thomas Brown, of the Ebbw Vale Iron Works, Monmouthshire, and John Cox, of the Patent Coke Works, St. Philip's, Bristol, for the invention of certain improvements in the mode of heating retorts or ovens for the manufacture of gas, and other distillatory products of coal.
  • 382. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of William Chisholm, of Holloway, in the county of Middlesex, Chemist, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in the purification of gas and the obtention of certain products during the process of such purification, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 14th day of October 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 383. To Donald Grant, late of Her Majesty's Ordnance Department, of Luton-place, Greenwich, in the county of Kent, Esquire, for the invention of improvements in the means of applying the heat derived from the combustion of gas.
  • 384. To Joseph Henry Tuck, of Pall-mall, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in stuffing boxes, and in packing to be used in stuffing boxes, bearings, pistons, and valves.
  • 385. To Louis Rossi, of Regent-street, in the county of Middlesex, Perfumer, for the invention of an improved manufacture of muffs, boas, tippets, and other like articles.
  • 386. To John Duncan, of Dundee, in the county of Forfar, North Britain, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the treatment or manufacture of textile materials.
  • 387. To Joseph Major, of No. 13, Elizabeth-place, Ball's Pond-road, near Kingsland-gate, in the parish of Saint Mary, Islington, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of removing spavins, ringbones, curbs, splents, and other unnatural ossifications and humours from horses, which invention he names Major's Celebrated British Remedy.
  • 388. To Alsop Smith, of Westminster, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of fire wood.
  • 389. To James Webster, of Leicester, in the county of Leicester, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the construction of springs.
  • 390. To John Swindells, of Pollard-street, Manchester, Gentleman, and William Nicholson, o Manchester, Gentleman, for the invention o improvements in obtaining oxygen gas, and applying it in the manufacture of various acids and chlorine, for oxydating metallic solutions and for ageing and raising various colouring matters.
  • 391. And to Eugene Andre Boutarel, Manufacturer, of Paris, in the French republic, for the invention of improvements in ornamenting or applying colour to fabrics. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 14th day of October 1852.
  • 392. To Joseph Burch, of Crag Hall, near Macclesfield, in the county of Chester, Carpet Manufacturer, for the invention of certain improvements in baths and bathing.
  • 393. To Joseph Burch, of Crag Hall, near Macclesfield, in the county of Chester, Carpet Manufacturer, for the invention of certain improvements in building ships and vessels, for the purpose of saving lives and property in cases of shipwreck or fire at sea.
  • 394. To Robert Hawkins Nicholls, of Bedford, in the county of Bedford, Gentleman, for the invention for horse-hoeing land
  • 395. To John Gedge, of No. 4, Wellington-street South, Strand, in the county of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for the invention of an improved stove or heating apparatus.
  • 396. To James Lochhead, of Kennington, in the county of Surrey, Manufacturer, and Robert Passenger, of Union-street, Southwark, in the same county, Merchant, for the invention of certain improvements in the manufacture of glass and other vitrified substances, and in ornamenting and annealing the same.
  • 397. To Henry Moseley, of Wandsworth, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of a machine to be driven by the pressure of a fluid, or to displace a fluid, or to measure it.
  • 398. To Hermann Turck, of Broad-street-buildings, in the city of London, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in propelling vessels.
  • 399. To Joseph Hopkinson, the younger, of Huddersfield, in the county of York, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in steam boilers.
  • 400. To Simon Pincoffs, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Manufacturing Chemist, and Henry Edward Schunck, of Rochdale, in the county of Lancaster, Doctor of Philosophy, for the invention of improvements in the treatment of madder and other plants of the same species, and of their products, for the purpose of obtaining dyeing materials.
  • 401. To William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in washing and amalgamating gold and other metals.
  • 402. To John William Branford, of Green-terrace, Rotherhithe, in the county of Surrey, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in fire escapes.
  • 403. To Jeremiah Driver, of Keighley, in the county of York, Moulder, and John Wells, of Bradford, in the county of York, Moulder, for the invention of improvements in moulding in sand and loam, for the casting of iron and other metals.
  • 404. To William Stevenson, of Preston, in the county of Lancaster, Manager, for the invention of improvements in weft forks for power looms.
  • 405. To Allan Edwin Hewson, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Japanner, for the invention of certain improved modes or processes for making buttons, beads, and other ornaments of dress.
  • 406. To Andrew Blair, of Mary Hill, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Calico Printer, for the invention of improvements in printing or .ornamenting fabrics.
  • 407. And to Charles Henry Waring, of Neath Abbey, in the county of Glamorgan, Iron Master, for the invention of improvements in the cutting and working or quarrying of coal, stone, shale, clay, and other similar substances, and in machinery for that purpose. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 15th day of October 1852.
  • 408. To William James Matthias and Thomas Bailey, of Clerkenwell, in the county of Middlesex, Clock Makers, for the invention of improvements in clocks and watches. On their petition, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 10th day of October 1852.
  • 409. To Evan Leigh, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Cotton Spinner, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for carding cotton and other fibrous materials.
  • 410. To Lot Faulkner, of Cheadle, in the county of Chester, Machinist, for the invention of certain improvements in the method of obtaining motive power.
  • 411. To Jerome Andre Driea, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Machinist, for the invention of certain improvements in weaving cloth, to be employed in the manufacture of stays.
  • 412. To John Howard, of Bolton, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in the construction of steam boilers or steam generators.
  • 413. To Charles Tiot Judkins, of Britannia Works, Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for sewing or stitching.
  • 414. To John Woods, of Rainhill, in the county of Lancaster, Tool Maker, for the invention of improvements in screw stocks.
  • 415. To William Beckett Johnson, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Manager for Messrs. Ormerod and Son, Engineers and Iron Founders, for the invention of improvements in stationary steam engines.
  • 416. To Isaac Atkin, of Basford, in the county of Nottingham, Lace Manufacturer, and Charles Girling, of Radford, in the county of Nottingham, Manufacturer, for the invention of an improved machine for the manufacture of looped fabrics.
  • 417. To Pierre Augustin Puis, of Paris, France, but now temporary of No. 4, South-street, Finsbury, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved chain or cable, and an apparatus employed therewith for certain applications.
  • 418. To John Henry Johnson, of No. 47, Lincoln's-inn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, and of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of sugar.
  • 419. To John Henry Johnson, of No. 47, Lincoln's-inn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, and of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture and applications of hyposulphite and similar compounds of zinc.
  • 420. And to John Oliver York, of Paris, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in connecting and in fixing rails in railway chairs. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 16th day of October 1852.
  • 421. To Charles Reeves, junior, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Manufacturer, for the invention of an improvement or improvements in the manufacture of knives.
  • 422. To George Randfield Tovell, of Mistley, and John Mann, junior, Esquire, Justice of the Peace, of Colchester, both in the county of Essex, for the invention of improvements in the construction of ships and other vessels.
  • 423. To Samuel Fletcher Cottam, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Machinist, for the invention of improvements in quarrying slate.
  • 424. To John Henry Johnson, of No. 47, Lincoln's-inn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, and of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in drying, and in the machinery or apparatus to be used therein.
  • 425. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of William Roberts, of Millwall, Poplar, Foreman to Messrs. Brown, Lenox, and Co. of Billiter-square, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in machinery for stopping and lowering cables and other chains, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 18th day .of October 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same filed in the said office.
  • 426. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of William Lenox, of Billiter-square, in the city of London, Chain Cable Manufacturer, and William Roberts, of Millwall, Poplar, Foreman to Messrs. Brown, Lenox, and Co. of Billiter-square aforesaid, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in machinery for raising and lowering cables and other chains, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 18th day of October 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office
  • 427. To Auguste Edouard Loradoux Bellford, Patent Agent, of No. 16, Castle-street, Holborn, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of fuel, part of which improvements are applicable to the manufacture of gas and soda, and freeing metals from extraneous substances.
  • 428. To John Campbell, of Bowfield, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, Bleacher, for the invention of improvements in the treatment or finishing of textile fabrics and materials.
  • 429. To William Harcourt and Joseph Harcourt, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Brass Founders, for the invention of certain improvements in the construction and manufacture of match boxes.
  • 430. To Richard Archibald Brooman, of the firm of J. C. Robertson and Co. of No. 166, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agents, for the invention of improvements in vices.
  • 431. To Henry Hughes and George Firmin, of Plough-road, Rotherhithe, in the county of Surrey, Manufacturers, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of lamp black, and in recovering from such manufacture a substance suitable for fuel.
  • 432. To Edwin Heywood, of Glasburn, in the county of York, Foreman to Messrs. Bairstow, of Sutton Mills, Keighley, in the county of York, for the invention of improvements in looms.
  • 433. And to John Lyons McLeod, of Marylebone, in the county of Middlesex, Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, for the invention of improvements in giving a metallic coating to iron ships' bottoms and other surfaces. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 18th day of October 1852.
  • 434. To Thomas William Greathead, of Dyer's buildings, Holborn, in the city of London, Lithographer, James Hilliard, of Cow-cross, Tobacco-pipe Maker, and John George Reynolds, of No. 10-Wharf, City-basin, City-road, Clay Merchant, both in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improved means of heating, cooking, and warming.
  • 435. To John Goodman, of Hazel Grove, in the county of Chester, Doctor of Medicine, for the invention of an improved fountain pen.
  • 436. To Robert Mole, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Manufacturer, and Robert Mole, junior, of Birmingham aforesaid, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of swords and matchets.
  • 437. To Arthur James, of Redditch, in the county of Worcester, Manufacturer, for the invention of an improvement or improvements in needle cases or wrappers.
  • 438. To Joseph Harcourt and William Harcourt, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Brass Founders, for the invention of the application of porcelain, glass, or earthenware to articles in which, or for which, those materials have never heretofore been used. On their petition, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 19th day of October 1852.
  • 439. To Martin Walter O'Byrne and John Dowling, both of No. 17, Burr-street, in the county of Middlesex, Machinists, for the invention of machine for cutting paper, mill board, leather, No. 21374 c vellum, sheet metals, and' other suitable materials for useful and ornamental purposes.
  • 440. To Fennell Herbert Allman, Civil and Consulting Engineer, of No. 16, Westbourne-street, Hyde-park, in the county of Middlesex, for the. invention of certain improvements in the manufacture and construction of brushes.
  • 441. To John Kealy, of Oxford-street, in the county of Middlesex, Agricultural Implement Maker, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for cutting or slicing roots.
  • 442. To William Newton, of the Office for Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of an improved machine-for separating ores, metals, and other heavy substances, from mud, sand, gravel, stones, and other impurities.
  • 443. To William Chisholm, of Holloway, in the county of Middlesex, Chemist, for the invention of improvements in obtaining caustic soda and other substances from the residues of articles used in the purification of gas.
  • 444. To Gabriel Benda, of Basinghall-street, in the city of London, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for obtaining fire for smokers.
  • 445. To George Gotch, Mechanist, of King-street-terrace, Islington, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of certain improvements in transmitting intelligence upon railways.
  • 446. To Robert Bird, of Crewkerne, in the county of Somerset, for the invention of improvements in the straining webs of saddles.
  • 447. To George Gadd, of Fisher-gate, in the town and county of the town of Nottingham, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for roasting coffee.
  • 448. To James Otams, of No. 2, Horton-villas, Camden-road, Holloway, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of manure.
  • 449. And to John Jones, of Sheffield, in the county of York, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in handles for knives, razors, and other like instruments.
  • 450. To George Heyes, of Blackburn," in'1 " t>he county of Lancaster, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of fancy-woven or textile fabrics, and in the machinery or apparatus connected therewith. 451. To Robert Brown, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Gentleman, for the invention of certain improvements in the method of ventilating buildings or apartments, and in the apparatus connected therewith.
  • 451. To Robert Brown, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Gentleman, for the invention of certain improvements in the method of ventilating buildings or apartments, and in the apparatus connected therewith
  • 452. To John Carnaby, of No. 130, St. John, street, Clerkenwell, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of apparatus for turning, managing, and regulating the main taps of gas pipes laid on to houses or buildings, at a part of the house or building distant from the main tap.
  • 453. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Frederick Richards Robinson, of Charlestown, in the state of Massachusetts, and United States of America, praying for letters patent for the invention of an improvement in the gridiron or instrument for cooking steak or other articles by broiling, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 20th day of October 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 454. To Charles Clarke, of No. 43, Preston-street, Brighton, county of Sussex, Engineer, and John Gilbert, of No. 10, Hyde-place, Hoxton, county of Middlesex, Plumber, for the invention of improvements in the supply and distribution of water and other fluids.
  • 455. To Auguste-Edouard Loradoux Bellford of No. 16, Castle-street, Holborn, in the city of London, Patent Agent, for the invention of -improvements in cocks or taps.
  • 456. To Anthony Liddell, of Canterbury, in the county of Kent, Engineer, for the invention of, • improvements in stuffing boxes and in packing to be employed with stuffing boxes and pistons.
  • 457. To Auguste Edouard Loradoux Bellfold, of No. 16, Castle-street, Holborn, in the city of London, Patent Agent, for the invention of a new mechanism to reverse the motion of steam engines, particularly of locomotives.
  • 458. To Peter Evans Donaldson, of Shrewsbury, in the county of Salop, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in dams, locks, and lock-gates.
  • 459. To. Charles Weightman Harrison and Joseph John Harrison, both of Richmond, in the county of Surrey, Engineers, for the invention of improvements in protecting insulated tele-, graphic wires.
  • 460. To Gustave Paul de Lhuynes, of Conduit-street, Hanover-square, in the county of Middlesex, Doctor of Medicine, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for public announcements or advertisements.
  • 461. To Thomas Henry Biddies, of Mansfield-road, in the town and county of the town of Nottingham, Lace Manufacturer, and John William Duphrate, of Radford, in the county of Nottingham, Mechanic, for the invention of improvements in machinery for the manufacture of textile and looped fabrics.
  • 462. To Jacob Tilton Slade, of Pall-mall, in -the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the-invention of an improved hoisting apparatus.
  • 463. 'To William Harrison, of Blackburn, in the county of Lancaster, Machinist, for the invention of certain' improvements in machinery or apparatus for sizeing, and otherwise preparing' cotton, wool, flax, and other warps for weaving.
  • 464. To John Gilbert, of No. 7-9, Wardour-street, and Samuel Nye, of the game place, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of- improvements in mincing meat and other substances.
  • 465. To Joseph Cundy, of No. 21, Victoria-grove, Kensington, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in hot-air stoves.
  • 466. And to Robert Burns, of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, and Richard Pritchard Willett, of the same place, Bone. Merchant, for the invention of certain Improvements in machinery or apparatus for cutting bones. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 20th day of October 1852.
  • 467. To John Smith, of Bilston, in the county of Stafford, Brass Founder, for the invention of a machine for the cultivation or cleaning of land, and for digging potatoes or other roots.
  • 468. To Alexander Thomas, of Peckham, in the county of Surrey, Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in the treatment and welding of metals by certain chemical combinations.
  • 469. To Eobert Hoppen, of Plymouth, in the county of Devon, a Master in Her Majesty's Navy, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for mincing meat.
  • 470. To William Lukyn the elder, of Broad-street, in the city of Nottingham, Dentist, for the invention of a liquid draught detector, or self-measuring tube, with a union conveyance tap and its stock and time table.
  • 471. To John Provis, of Chippenham, in the county of Wilts, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the construction of ships or vessels.
  • 472. To Joseph Hose, Foreman and Manager to John Leadbeater, of Aldersgate-street, in the city of London, Lock Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in locks.
  • 473. To Julian Bernard, of Guildford-street, Russell-square, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the production of ornamental surfaces upon leather.
  • 474. And to William Weild, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in looms for weaving certain descriptions of pile fabrics. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 21st day of October 1852.
  • 475. To John Currie, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Miller, for the invention of improvements in grinding wheat and other substances, and in the treatment and preparation of such substances, and the products thereof.
  • 476. To Samuel Marsh, of Mansfield, in the county of Nottingham, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of woven fabrics by means of lace machinery.
  • 477. To Henry Charles Gover, of No. 9, Princesstreet, Bedford-row, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the apparatus used in printing with colours.
  • 478. To Robert Chalker, of No. 6, John-street, Adelphi, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of manure.
  • 479. To William Addison, of No. 5, Catherineterrace, Old Ford, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in constructing and propelling vessels.
  • 480. To John Fowler, of Temple-gate, Bristol, in the county of Somerset, for the invention of improvements in machinery for draining land.
  • 481. To John Fowler, of Temple-gate, Bristol, in the county of Somerset, for the invention of improvements in laying wires for electric telegraphs.
  • 482. To John Fowler, of Temple-gate, Bristol, in the county of Somerset, for the invention of improvements in reaping machinery.
  • 483. And to John Fowler, of Temple-gate, Bristol, in the county of Somerset, for the invention of improvements in machinery for sowing seed and depositing manure. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 21 st day of October 1852,
  • 484. To George Ellins, of the borough of Droitwich, in the county of Worcester, for the invention of an improved method and apparatus for dressing and cleaning flax straw.
  • 485. To Jean Marie Souchon, of Paris, in France, Chemist, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture and purification of gas for illumination, and certain products therefrom, and in apparatus for that purpose.
  • 486. To Julien Boilesve, of No. 4, North-terrace, Brompton, Engineer, for the invention of an improved mode of preserving vegetable snbstances and animal coatings.
  • 487. To Archibald Slate, of Dudley, in the county of Worcester, Civil Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in the manufacture and construction of cores, and core bars, used in the production of hollow castings in iron and other metals.
  • 488. To Juliana Martin, of Soho-square, London, for the invention of an improved apparatus for artificial hatching.
  • 489. To Peter Armand Le Comte de Fontaine Moreau, of the English and Foreign Patent Office, No. 4, South-street, Finsbury, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for essaying silk, cotton, and other similar fibrous substances.
  • 490. To Stanislaus Hoga, of Nassau-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in separating gold from the ore.
  • 491. And to James Wilson, of No. 37, Walbrook, in the city of London, for the invention of improvements in printing fabrics of silk or partly of silk. On their several petitions, all reoorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 22nd day of October 1852.
  • 492. To John Holmes, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer and Machinist, for the invention of improvements in lathes.
  • 493. To George Price, of Birmingham, Stove Manufacturer, for the invention of a new or improved gas stove.
  • 494. To Philip Berry, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Machine Maker, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for manufacturing bolts and nuts, and other similar articles in metal.
  • 495. To David Crichton, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Machinist, for the invention of arrangements and apparatus for producing continuous circular motion, giving a series of different velocities obtained from alternate motions, applicable to looms and other "machines.
  • 496. To Thomas Fothergill, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Cotton Spinner, and Alexander Cummings Harvey, of the same place, Cotton Spinner, for the invention of certain improvements in the treatment of cotton wool, and in the manufacture of coloured yarns or threads therefrom.
  • 497. To Louis Napoleon Legras, of Wenlockstreet/Hoxton, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, Civil Engineer, .and William. Lawrence Gilpin, of Bayswater, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the generation of electricity.
  • 498. To George Malcolm, of the firm of Malcolm, Ogilvie, and Co. of Dundee, in the county of Forfar, Scotland, Manufacturers, for the invention of certain improvements in the process of carding or teasing jute and other fibrous substances. On his petition, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 23rd day of October 1852.
  • 499. To James Brodie, Clerk, of Bow of Fife, in the county of Fife, North Britain, for the invention of certain improvements in the construction of sea-going vessels.
  • 500. To Arnold James Cooley, of Parliament-street, in the city of Westminster, Consulting Chemist, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of artificial leather.
  • 501. To Louis Napoleon Legras, of Wenlock-street, Hoxton, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, Civil Engineer, and William Lawrence Gilpin, of Bayswater, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in treating flax, hemp, and other fibrous substances.
  • 502. To Charles William Graham, of Bishopsgate-street within, in the city of London, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of bottles and jars.
  • 503. To Albert Hiscock, of Tichbourne-street, Haymarket, in the county of Middlesex, Lace-man, for the invention of the application of ornamental printing to certain fabrics, which have hitherto not been printed upon.
  • 504. To George Kennedy Geyelin, of Camden Town, London, for the invention of an improved machine for grinding pigments or other vegetable or mineral substances.
  • 505. To William Macbay, of "Woolwich, in the county of Kent, for the invention of improvements in extinguishing fire in dwellings, factories and other buildings, and in ships.
  • 506. To Robert Mudge Marchant, of Pimlico, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the construction of bridges.
  • 507. To Felix Lieven Bauwens, of Croydon, in the county of Surrey, Chemist and Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in treating fatty matters prior to their being manufactured into candles and mortars, which are also applicable to oils.
  • 508. To William White, of the firm of William White and Son, of Cheapside, in the city of London, Hat Manufacturers, for the invention of an improved fabric, suitable for ventilating hat bodies.
  • 509. And to Charles Watson, of No. 31, Rhodes- street, Halifax, in the county of York, for the invention of improvements in ventilation. Oh their several petitions, all recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 23rd day of October 1852.
  • 510. And to John Tayler, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, and James Slater, of the same place, Gentleman, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery, apparatus, or implements for weaving. On both their petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 23rd day of October 1852.
  • 511. To John Hunter, formerly of Boston, United States of America, now of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Telegraphic Agent, for the invention of improvements in electric telegraphs, and in apparatus connected therewith.
  • 512. To John James Stoll, of the Palace, Enfield, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of boots and shoes and similar articles, and in machinery used therein, intitled metallic toothed and wedged seams and waterproof elastic indented stitches.
  • 513. To Samuel Plimsoll, of Sheaf Gardens, in the parish of Sheffield, in the West Riding of the county of York, Office Clerk, for the invention of more thoroughly and effectually cleansing, extracting, and separating, or fining ale, beer, porter, bitter beer, India pale ale, and other malt liquors from the yeast, bottoms, barm, sediment, and other extraneous matters and impurities with which it may be in combination. On his petition, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 25th day of October 1852.
  • 514. To Charles Leon Desbordes, of Paris, in France, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in instruments for measuring the pressure and temperature of air, steam, and other fluids.
  • 515. To Robert William Mitcheson, of the firm of William Mitcheson and Sons, of Garford-street, in the county of Middlesex, Anchor Smiths, for the invention of improvements in anchors.
  • 516. To Arthur Wall, of Poplar, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of sulphuric and other acids.
  • 517. To Joseph Florentin Anacharsis Debray, of Paris, in the republic of France, for an invention of an improved stock or neckcloth.
  • 518. And to William Johnson, of No. 47, Lincoln's-inn-Fields, in the county of Middlesex, and of Glasgow, North Britain, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of spikes or metal pins. On their several petitions, all recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 25th day of October 1852.
  • 519. And to Mathew Fitzpatrick, of Upper Cleveland-street, Fitzroy-square, in the county of Middlesex, Machinist, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus to be applied to locomotive engines and carriages for the prevention of accidents, and also in the manufacture and application of indestructible and non-rebounding cushions, to be applied to the above and for other similar purposes.
  • 520. To Claude Maine's Augustin Marion, of Paris, in the republic of France, now residing in Regent-street, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of a new kind of damper for moistening stamps and paper.
  • 521. To John Cass, of Blue Pits, near Rochdale, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer and Millwright, for the invention of improvements in steam engines.
  • 522. To William Smith and John Smith, both of No. 5, Upper John-street, Golden-square, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of certain improvements in garments or articles of dress.
  • 523. To William Clarke, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in joints for connecting metals.
  • 524. To Charles Rowley, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Button Manufacturer, for the invention of certain improvements in nails.
  • 525. To Myer Myers and Maurice Myers, trading as the firm of Myers and Son, and William Hill, Manager to the said firm, Steel Pen Manufacturers, all of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, for the invention of certain improvements in pens and penholders.
  • 526. To James Nasmyth, of Stafford-street, Bond-street, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of an improved mode of utilizing running waters.
  • 527. To Joseph Charles Frederick Baron de Kleinsorgen, of Little New-street, in the city of London, for the invention of an improved apparatus for indicating the variation 'of the magnetic needle.
  • 528. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Halsey Draper Walcott, of Boston, in the state of Massachusetts, and United States of America, praying for letters patent for the invention of a new and useful or improved mechanism or contrivance for cutting button holes or slits in cloth or other material, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 26th day of October 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 529. To Robert William Mitcheson, of the firm of Mitcheson and Sons, of Garford-street, in the county of Middlesex, Anchor Smiths, for the invention of an improved safety hook.
  • 530. And to Henry Page, of Whitechapel-road, in the county of Middlesex, Paper Stainer, for the invention of improvements in paper staining
  • 531. To George Evans, of Marylebone, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in treating peat and other carbonaceous matters.
  • 532. To John Lee Stevens, of Kennington, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in furnaces
  • 533. To Anthony Fothergill Bainbridge, of Putney, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of artificial flies and other bait for fish.
  • 534. To Samuel Clarke, of No. 55, Albany-street, Regent's-park, in the county of Middlesex, Lamp and Candle Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of candles.
  • 535. To James Conry, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Umbrella and Parasol Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in umbrellas and parasols.
  • 536. To James Crosby, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in looms.
  • 537. To William Robert Bertolacci, of No. 45, Rue d'Amsterdam, Paris, in the republic of France, for the invention of an improved pneumatic ink and pen holder.
  • 538. To Alfred Charles Hervier, Civil Engineer, of Paris, in the republic of France, and No. 4, South-street, Finsbury, London, for the invention of an improvement in the application of centrifugal force to propelling on water.
  • 539. To Louis Napoleon Legras, of Wenlock-street, Hoxton, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, and William Lawrence Gilpin, of Bayswater, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of a compound having the properties of gutta percha.
  • 540. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Thomas Potts, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Tube Maker, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of hinges, and in the machinery for producing the same, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 27th day of October 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 541. To Thomas Wilks Lord, of Leeds, in the county of York, Flax and Tow Machine Maker, for the invention of improvements in safety and other lamps.
  • 542. To Henry Carr, of East Retford, in the county of Nottingham, Civil Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in railways.
  • 543. To John Norton, of Cork, in the county of Cork, Esquire, Captain, late of H.M. 34th Foot, for the invention of improvements in blasting.
  • 544. To James Hadden Young, of No. 66, College-street, Camden Town, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in expressing juice or fluid from the sugar cane, and from other matters.
  • 545. To Charles Benjamin Normand, of Havre, in the republic of France, Ship Builder, for the invention of improvements in machinery for sawing wood.
  • 546. To James Nasmyth, of Stafford-street, Bond-street, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the mode of obtaining and applying motive power.
  • 547. And to James Henry Smith, of Connaught-terrace, London, for the invention of improvements in corsets. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 27th day of October 1852.
  • 548. To William Thorp, Dyer, Bleacher, and Finisher, of Collyhurst, near Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, for the invention of certain improvements in steam boxes, and the mode of heating press-plates used in hot-pressing of silks, de laines, cobourgs, merinos, fancy goods, and other similar fabrics.
  • 549. To Bryan Donkin the younger, of Bermondsey, in the county of Surrey, Engineer, and Barnard William Farey, of Commercial-road, Old Kent-road, in the said county, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the machinery for measuring or marking off long lengths or continuous webs of paper or other materials into any required lengths, for the purpose of being cut or otherwise disposed of.
  • 550. To John Wormald, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Maker-up and Packer, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for roving, spinning, and doubling cotton, wool, or other fibrous substances.
  • 551. To Henry Provost, of Paris, in the republic of France, Manufacturer, for the invention of an improved hat protector.
  • 552. To George Hattersley, of Sheffield, in the county of York, for the invention of a radiating hearth plate.
  • 553. To Charles Frederick Bielefeld, of the Strand, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in billiard and bagatelle tables.
  • 554. To John Collis Browne, Assistant-Surgeon to the Forces at Fort Pitt, Chatham, in the county of Kent, for the invention of the relief of individuals suffering from pulmonary affections or diseases of the chest.
  • 555. To Thomas Parker Tabberer, of Derby, for the invention of improvements in machinery for frame-work knitting.
  • 556. To Charles Arthur Redl, of No. 27a, Davis-street, Berkeley-square, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in telegraphing or communicating signals at sea and otherwise.
  • 557. And to Robert Mallet, of the city of Dublin, in Ireland, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in fire-proof and other buildings and structures. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 28th day of October 1852.
  • 558. To Henry Robert Ramsbotham, of Bradford, in the county of York, Worsted Spinner, and William Brown, of the same place, Mechanic, for the invention of improvements in preparing and combing wool and other fibrous substances.
  • 559. To Charles Auguste Joubert, of Paris, in France, Merchant, and Leon Jacques Tricas, also of Paris, Merchant, and Jules Cesar Kohler, also of Paris, Engineer, for the invention of improved busks for stays.
  • 560. To Arthur Ashpitel and John Whichcord the younger, both of Carlton Chambers, Regent-street, in the city of Westminster, in the county of Middlesex, Architects, for the invention of certain improvements in cocks, valves, and fireplugs.
  • 561. To James Godfrey Wilson, of Lindsey House, Chelsea, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in signals to be used on railways, or for similar purposes, and in the apparatus connected therewith.
  • 562. To Arnold James Cooley, of Parliament-street, in the city of Westminster, Consulting Chemist, for the invention of improvements in treating woven and felted fabrics, to render the same repellent to water and damp.
  • 563. To George Bower, of St. Neot's, in the county of Huntingdon, Ironmonger and Ironfounder, for the invention of improvements in gas stoves or fire-places.
  • 564. To William Bates, of Leicester, in the county of Leicester, Fuller and Dresser, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for gettingup stockings and other hosiery goods.
  • 565. To William Henry Fox Talbot, of Lacock Abbey, in the county of Wilts, Esquire, for the invention of improvements in the art of engraving.
  • 566. To Louis Napoleon Le Gras, of Wenlock-street, City-road, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, and William Lawrence Gilpin, of Porchester-terrace, Bayswater, in the said county, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in transmitting electric currents.
  • 567. To Richard Archibald Brooman, of the firm of J. C. Robertson and Company, of No. 166, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agents, for the invention of improvements in violins and other similar stringed musical instruments.
  • 568. And to Richard Archibald Brooman, of the firm of J. C. Robertson and Company, of No. 166, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agents, for the invention of improvements in tackle blocks. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 29th day of October 1852.
  • 569. To "William Binns, of No. 43, Trinity-square, in the borough of Southwark, in the county of Surrey, Consulting Engineer, for the invention of an improved mode of constructing a draught breast-plate or collar for horses or other draught animals.
  • 570. To Martin Watts, of Patricroft, near Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Cotton Spinner, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for roving or preparing cotton and other fibrous substances for spinning.
  • 571. To Thomas Sanders Bale, of Cauldon-place, in the county of Stafford, China Manufacturer, and Frederick George Sanders, of the same place, Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for grinding and mixing clays, or other plastic materials.
  • 572. To Henry Brinstuead, of the parish of Saint Giles in the Wood, in the county of Devon, Machine Maker, for an invention for shaking straw to be attached to thrashing machines. On his petition recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 30th day of October 1852.
  • 573. To Edward Bird, of Birmingham, Gentleman, and Edward Welch, of London, Architect, for the invention of an improved cart or vehicle.
  • 574. To John Gedge, of No. 4, Wellington-street, Strand, in the county of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for the invention of improvements in printing presses or machines.
  • 575. To Pierre Bernardet de Lucenay, of Paris, in the republic of France, and of No. 4, South-street, Finsbury, London, for the invention of the production of photographic images by means of artificial light.
  • 576. To Bowman Fleming McCallum, of Govan Croft Dye Work, Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, Dyer, for the invention of a yarn drying machine.
  • 527. To John Crowther, of Huddersfield, Contractor, and William Teale, of Wakefield, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in obtaining motive power.
  • 578. To Edmund Adolphus Kirby, of Haverstock Hill, Surgeon, for the invention of an improved adjusting couch for medical, surgical, and general purposes.
  • 579. To Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for the invention of improvements in machinery for cutting corn and other standing crops.
  • 580. To Jean Auguste Lebrun. of Paris, but now residing at Panton-square, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the construction of buildings and pavements, and the manufacture of the materials used therein.
  • 581. To Julian Bernard, of Guildford-street. Russell-square, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of glass.
  • 582. To James Sinclair, of Stirling, in the county of Stirling, North Britain, for the invention of improvements in engines to be worked by steam, air, or water, the said improvements being also applicable to pumps.
  • 583. To Richard Archibald Brooman, of the firm of J. C. Robertson and Company, of No. 166, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agents, for the invention of improvements in revolving fire-arms.
  • 584. To George Thomas Selby, of Smethwick Tube Works, Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in steam boilers.
  • 585. To John Whitcomb and Richard Smith, both of Kidderminster, in the county of Worcester, Foremen, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of carpets, hearthrugs, and other similar fabrics.
  • 586. To George Thomas Selby, of Smethwick Tube Works, Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in machinery for the manufacture of tubes and pipes.
  • 587. And to James Bock, the younger, of Hastings, iii the county of Sussex, Carriage Builder, for the invention of improvements in railway carriages. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 30th day of October 1852,
  • 588. To George Fergusson Wilson, of Belmont, Vauxhall, Managing Director of Price's Patent Candle Company, and Edward Partridge, of Wandsworth, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the instruments or apparatus used when burning candles.
  • 589. And to William Dantec, of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, for the invention of improvements in preventing incrustation in steam boilers. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 30th day of October 1852.
  • 590. To William Petrie, of Woolwich, in the county of Kent, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of sulphuric acid.
  • 591. To George Evans, of Wellington, in the county of Shropshire, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved gridiron.
  • 592. To George Dixon, of the city of Dublin, Soap and Candle Manufacturer, for the invention of an improvement in bleaching palm oil.
  • 593. To Edward Lawson, Machine Maker, of Leeds, in the county of York, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery for preparing to be spun, hemp, flax, tow, wool, silk, cotton, and other fibrous materials.
  • 594. To Charles John Berkeley, of Smethwick, in the county of Stafford, Glass Manufacturer, for the invention of a new or improved reflector, or new or improved reflectors, for illuminating purposes.
  • 595. To Joseph John William Watson, of Old Kent-road, in the county of Surrey, and Thomas Slater, of the parish of St. Pancras, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in galvanic batteries, and in the application of electric currents to the production of electrical illumination and of heat, and in the production of chemical products by the aforesaid improvements in galvanic batteries.
  • 596. To Joseph Dunning, of the Parthenon-chambers, No. 14, Regent-street, in the parish of St. James, in the city of Westminster, Surveyor, for the invention of an improvement in the construction of coke ovens.
  • 597. To Henry Walker, of Gresham-street West, in the city of London, Needle Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in machinery and apparatus used in cylinder printing.
  • 598. To Henry Brock Billows, of the Curtain-road, London, for the invention of improvements in the construction of gas burners for illuminating and heating purposes.
  • 599. To Julius Smith, of Islington, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of certain improvements in apparatus to be used in ships and steamers for ascertaining and signalling depths at sea.
  • 600. To George Fergusson Wilson, of Belmont, Vauxhall, in the county of Surrey, Managing Director of Price's Patent Candle Company for the invention of improvements in the manufacture and treatment of oils.
  • 601. To Julius Jeffreys, of Croydon, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in obtaining power when steam or other vapour is used.
  • 602. To John Chubb, of Saint Paul's Churchyard, in the city of London, for the invention of improvements in locks.
  • 603. To David Thomson, of Dundee, in the county of Forfar, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of carpets.
  • 604. To Paul Jerrard, of No. Ill, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Publisher, for the invention of certain improvements in ornamenting japanned and papier machee surfaces, as also the surfaces of varnished and polished wood.
  • 605. To George Stenson, of the town and county of Northampton, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for separating gold from auriferous sand and earth.
  • 606. To John Jaques the younger, of Hatton=garden, in the county of Middlesex, Ivory Turner, for the invention of improvements in chess and draught boards.
  • 607. To Francis Daniell, of Camborne, in the county of Cornwall, Analytical Chemist, for the invention of improvements in stamp heads. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 1st day of November 1852.
  • 608. To Jerome Andre Drieu, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Machinist, for the invention of improvements in machinery for weaving and for dividing double cloth to make pile fabrics.
  • 609. To John Nicholas Marion, Gentleman, of Paris, in the republic of France, and of No. 4, South-street, Finsbury, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of a new mode of rendering concrete coleseed oil.
  • 610. To W'illiara Edward Newton, of the Office of Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of capsules or covers for bottles and other hollow articles.
  • 611. To Robert William Sievier, of Holloway, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements applicable to the manufacture of hats, caps, and bonnets, or other coverings for the head.
  • 612. To James Dible, of Nortlxam, in the county of Hants, Shipwright, for the invention of improvements in ventilating and heating ships, which improvements are also applicable to extinguishing fire on board ship.
  • 613
  • 614. To Charles Dickson Archibald, of Busland Hull, Milnthorpe, in the county of Westmoreland, Esquire, for the invention of improvements in machinery and apparatus for crushing, grinding, and triturating refractory and other materials, and for washing and separating ores and metals from earthy and other substances.
  • 615. To Charles Dickson Archibald, of Ruslarid Hall, Milnthorpe, in the county of Westmoreland, Esquire, for the invention of improvements in lighting and heating.
  • 616. To Louis Augustc Pouget, Manufacturer, of Paris, in the French Republic, for the invention of improvements in lamps.
  • 617. To John Macintosh, of Aberdeen, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of paper.
  • 618. To Georges Hyacinths Ozouf, Manufacturer, of Paris, in the French Republic, for the invention of certain improvements in working, forming, or shaping sheet metal and alloys.
  • 619. To George Fergusson Wilson, of Belmont, Vauxhall, Managing Director of Price's Patent Candle Company, for the invention of improvements in the preparation of materials for and in the manufacture of candles and night lights.
  • 620. To George Fergusson Wilson, of Belmont, Vauxhall, Managing Director of Price's Patent Candle Company, for the invention of improvements in treating wool in the manufacture of woollen and other fabrics.
  • 621. And to Bernhard Samuelson, of Banbury, in the county of Oxford, for the invention of improvements in breaking up and tilling land. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 2nd day of November. 1852.
  • 622. To George William Ley, of Grand Parade House, Brighton, in the county of Sussex, Gentleman, for the invention of the manufacture of a material to be used for certain purposes instead of wood, leather, millboard or oilcloth.
  • 623. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of George William Ley, of Grand Parade House, Brighton, in the county of Sussex, Gentleman, praying for letters patent for the invention of a method of imitating carvings in wood, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 3rd day of November 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 624. To Edward Lord, of Todmorden, in the county of York, Machine Maker, for the invention of improvements in certain machinery to be used in preparing, spinning, and weaving cotton and other fibrous substances.
  • 625. To John Cameron, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Mechanic, for the invention of improvements in boilers for generating steam, and in feedpumps and apparatus connected therewith.
  • 626. To Charles Phillips, of the city and county of Bristol, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus or machinery for reaping or cutting crops of corn, or other crops to the cutting of which reaping machines are applicable.
  • 627. To Alfred Augustus De Reginald Hely, of Cannon-row, Westminster, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of an improved shade or chimney for lamps, chandeliers, gas and other burners.
  • 628. To Alfred Sidebottom, of Downham-road, Islington, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for cutting books, paper, and other substances.
  • 629. To Auguste Alexandre Tiesset, of Boulognesur-Mer, in the Republic of France, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for exhibiting notices and advertisements of various kinds.
  • 630. To Henry Spencer, of Rochdale, in the county of Lancaster, Manager, and Edmund Taylor, of the same place, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in steam engines and boilers.
  • 631. To Harrison Blair, of Colthurst, in the parish of Mitten, and county of York, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for supplying steam boilers with water.
  • 632 To Nehemiah Hodge, of North Adams, of the State of Massachusetts and United States of America, for an invention for discharging water from the hold of a navigable vessel.
  • 633. And to John Macintosh, of Berners-street, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in projectiles and cartridges. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 3rd day of November 1852.
  • 634. To Emily Petit, of No. 10, Brompton-crescent, Brompton, in the county of Middlesex, Spinster, for the invention of a musical instrument, which she calls a " Euphotine."
  • 635. To Charles Pryse and Richard Redman, both of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Gun Makers, for the invention of improvements in a certain description of fire-arms
  • 636. To Elisha Thomas Archer, of Oxford-street, in the county of Middlesex, Paper Stainer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of coverings for walls.
  • 637. To William Pope, of Holford-square, Pentonville, in the county of Middlesex, Engraver, for the invention of improvements in the ventilation of ships.
  • 638. To Augustus Brackenbury, of No.49, Henry-street, Saint John's Wood, Paddington, in the county of Middlesex, for an invention for precipitating the muriate of soda more economically than the process now adopted.
  • 639. And to Joseph Reynaud, of Paris, in the Republic of France, for the invention of certain improved means of imitating marbles and various coloured woods. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 4th day of October 1852.
  • 640. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of 1.1 Marc Klotz, of No. 77, Rue Rambuteau, in the city of Paris, in France, Merchant, praying for letters patent for the invention of an improved process and apparatus to be employed in ornamenting fabrics, leather, paper, and other surfaces, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners en the 4th day of November 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 641. To Collinson Hall, of Essex, Farmer, for the invention of an apparatus to be used in the carriage of solid and liquid bodies.
  • 642. To James Pilbrow, of Tottenham, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in obtaining motive power.
  • 643. To Joseph Bunnett, of Deptford, in the county of Kent, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in revolving iron or other metal shutters.
  • 644. To George Shand, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, and Andrew M'Lean, of Edinburgh, in the county of Mid Lothian, Scotland, Chemists, for the invention of improvements in obtaining products from tar.
  • 645. To Peter Fairbairn, of Leeds, in the county of York, Machinist, for the invention of certain improvements in self-acting reeling machinery for reeling flax and other yarns into hanks.
  • 646. To George Fife, of the town and county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Doctor of Medicine, for the invention of improvements in steam and water guages.
  • 647. To John Henderson Porter, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the construction of portable buildings and other structures.
  • 648. To John Frame, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in looms for weaving.
  • 649. To Andrew Lawson Knox, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture or production of ornamental fabrics.
  • 650. To James Wotherspoon, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Wholesale Confectioner, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture or production of confectionary, and in the machinery, apparatus, or means employed therein.
  • 651. To Hesketh Hughes and William Thomas Denham, both of Cottage-place, City-road, in the county of Middlesex, Manufacturers of Fancy Trimmings, for the invention of certain machinery for the manufacture of fancy ribbons, ornamental trimmings, chenilles, fringes, and gimps.
  • 652. To James Hadden Young, of No. 66, College-street, Camden Town, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in weaving.
  • 653. To Charles Hampton, of No. 61, Berwick street, St. James, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in pianofortes.
  • 654. To Richard Wright, of Greenwich, in the county of Kent, for the invention of improvements in shafts and plummer blocks.
  • 655. To Robert Booty Cousens, of No. 50, Halliford-street, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in machinery for cutting cork.
  • 656. And to Admiral the Earl of Dundonald, of Belgrave-road, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improving bituminous substances, thereby rendering them available for purposes to which they never heretofore have been successfully applied. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 5th day of October 1852.
  • 657. To John Melville, of Porchester-terrace, in the county of Middlesex, Esquire, for the invention of improvements in the application of iron, and of wood combined with iron or other substances, to buildings and other constructions.
  • 658. To John Ryall Corry and James Barrett Corry, of Queen Camel, in the county of Somerset, Leather Dressers and Glovers, for the invention of a new method of sewing gloves.
  • 659. To John, Edward, and Charles Gosnell, Brush Manufacturers, No. 12, Three King Court, Lombard-street, City, London, trading under the style or firm of John Gosnell and Company, for the invention of certain improvements in brushes.
  • 660. To James Nichol, of Edinburgh, Scotland, Bookseller, for the invention of certain improvements in the process of graining or ornamenting surfaces and fabrics.
  • 661. To Francis Bywater Frith, of Salford, in the county of Lancaster, Manager, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for dressing, machining, and finishing velvets, velveteens, cords, beaverteens, and other descriptions of fustian goods.
  • 662. To Peter Fairbairn, of Leeds, in the county of York, Machinist, and John Hargrave, of Kirkstall, in the said county, Manufacturer, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery for opening, combing, and drawing wool, flax, and other fibrous materials.
  • 663. To Joseph Victor Augier, of Rue de Chabrol, No. 39, Paris, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of gaa, and in the machinery or apparatus employed therein.
  • 664. To John Arthur Phillips, of No. 8, Upper Stamford-street, Blackfriars, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in 'purifying tin.
  • 665. To Thomas Hicks Chandler, of Aldbourn, in the county of Wilts, for the invention of improvements in hoes.
  • 666. To Benjamin Baillie, of No. 118, Wardour-street, Soho, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for drawing off and registering the flow of fluids.
  • 667. To William Frederick De la Rue, of Bunhill-row, in the county of Middlesex, and George Waterston, of Edinburgh, for the invention of improvements in writing cases.
  • 668. To Charles Frederick Day, of Ashford, Kent, and John Laylee, of Rye, Sussex, for the invention of certain improvements in sleepers and other parts of the permanent ways of railroads.
  • 669. And to Jacques Morel, of Lyons, in the Republic of France, Pattern Drawer, for the invention of improvements in figure wearing. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 6th day of November 1 <--2. 670. To Charles Troupeau, of Paris, for the invention of an improved diurnal reflector.
  • 671. To George James Walker, of Norton Folgate, in the county of Middlesex, Carriage Builder, for the invention of certain improvements in gigs and other carriages.
  • 672. To Stephen Carey, of Great Guildford-street, Southwark, in the county of Surrey, Builder, for the invention of certain improvements in the construction of viaducts, arches, bridges and other buildings upon a non-expansion principle.
  • 673. To James Brodie, of Bow of Fife, in the county of Fife, Scotland, Clerk, for the invention of certain improvements in the propulsion of sea-going vessels.
  • 674. To Peter Fairbairn, of Leeds, in the county of York, Machinist, for the invention of certain improvements in the ordinary screw gill machinery, when applied to the purposes of drawing, combing and heckling fibrous materials.
  • 675. To Jonathan Sparrow Crowley, of Lavender Hill, in the county of Surrey, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the means of, or apparatus for, working the signals and switches on railways.
  • 676. To William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of the carbonates of soda.
  • 677. To Andrew Robeson (junior), of Newport, in the State of Rhode Island, and United States of America, for the invention of an improved mode of bowking or bucking cloth.
  • 678. To Robert Isaac Longbottom, of Regent-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in preventing vibration in railway and other carriages, and in axles.
  • 679. To Stanislaus Hoga, of Nassau-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of an instrument for ascertaining the existence of gold in the earth. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 8th day of November 1852.
  • 680. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of William Thomas Henley, of St. John-street-road, London, Electrical Engineer, praying for letters patent for the invention of certain improvements in electric telegraphs, and in the apparatus and instruments connected therewith, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 9th day of November 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 681. To James Arnold Heathcote, at present residing in Hackney, in the county of Middlesex, Mate in the Indian Navy, for the invention of certain improvements in the mode of exhausting siphons or pipes for drawing off fluids.
  • 682. To Mark Newton, of Tottenham, in the county of Middlesex, Builder, for the invention of certain improvements in the construction of carriages, and in the means of preventing the overturning of the same when horses take fright.
  • 683. To Jean Jacques Ziegler, of Guebwiller, in the Department du Haut Rhin, in the republic of France, Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery for preparing to be spun cotton, wool, silk, silk waste, flax, tow, and other fibrous substances.
  • 684. To Thomas Dunn, of Pendleton, near Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, and William Watts, junr., of Miles Platting, near Manchester, aforesaid, Assistant Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the construction of railways. On his petition recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 9th day of November 1852.
  • 685. To Robert Knowles, of Chorlton-upon-Medlock, in the county of Lancaster, Mechanic, for the invention of certain improvements in boilers and apparatus for generating steam.
  • 686. To Nelson McCarthy, of Cork, in the county of Cork, for the invention of improvements in boots and shoes.
  • 687. To Alfred Waterhouse, of the firm of Dakin and Company, St. Paul's Church-yard, London, for the invention of an improved filtering pot.
  • 688. To George Shadforth Ogilvie, of Stapleton, near Bristol, in the county of Somerset, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in candlesticks and lamps.
  • 689. To Thomas Revis, late of Cambridge, in the county of Cambridge, but now of Stockwell, in the county of Surrey, Agricultural Machinist, for the invention of improved single seed drilling or dibbling machinery.
  • 690. To James C. Booth, of the city and county of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, United States of America, Chemist, for the invention of manufacturing chromate and bichromate of potash from chromic iron or chrome ore.
  • 691. To William Gossage, of Widnes, in the county of Lancaster, Manufacturing Chemist, for the invention of improvements in obtaining sulphur from certain metallic sulphurets.
  • 692. To William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, No. 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the construction of axles or axletrees.
  • 693. To William Tudor Mabley, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Patent Agent, for the invention of improvements in ornamenting glass, and other transparent, or partially transparent substances for windows and for other purposes.
  • 694. To Charles Griffin, of Leamington Spa, in the county of Warwick, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for fixing type or printing surfaces in a chase.
  • 695. To Robert Buncombe Evans, of Colyton, in the county of Devon, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of charcoal.
  • 696. To John Down Gordon, of Eldon-street, Finsbury, in the county of Middlesex, Pianoforte Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in tuning pianofortes.
  • 697. To Obed Hussey, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, for the invention of improvements in reaping machines.
  • 698. And to Oswald Dodd Hedley, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, for the invention of improvements in getting coals and other minerals. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 9th day of November 1852.
  • 699. To Charles Fox, of Scarborough, in the county of York, Manufacturing Chemist, for the invention of improvements in the extraction or rendering of oil from fatty or oleaginous matters.
  • 700. To William Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's-inn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, and of Glasgow, North Britain, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for sewing, being a communication to him from abroad.
  • 701. To John G. Guinness, of Lisson-grove, London, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved mode of heating by air.
  • 702. To Joseph Tringham Powell, of 28, Fenchurch-street, in the city of London, for the invention of improvements in mixing, baking, and drying materials in the making of biscuits, and other articles where plastic matters are employed.
  • 703. To Auguste Baboneau, Manufacturer, of Paris, in the French Republic, for the invention of an improved apparatus for melting and mixing asphalt with bitumen and other substances.
  • 704. And to Louis Gabriel Guerin, Gentleman, of Paris, in the French Republic, for the invention of improvements in fire-places. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 10th day of November 1852.
  • 705. To Robert Hawkins Nicholls, of Bedford, in the county of Bedford, Gentleman, for the invention of stopping railway carriages.
  • 706. To Ernst Luedeke, of Bedford-street, Strand, in the county of Middlesex, Clock Maker, for the invention of improvements in obtaining and applying motive power.
  • 707. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Richard Prosser, Civil Engineer, No. 18, Broad-street, Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in making of metal tubes, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 11th day of November 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 708. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Richard Prosser, Civil Engineer, No. 18, Broad-street, Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in rolling of metals, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 11th day of November 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office
  • 709. To George Lucas, of 42, Kennedy-street, Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engraver, for the invention of a composition for filling engraved cast or sunk letters, devices, or ornaments on or in brass, zinc, or other metallic plates.
  • 710. To James Noble, of Leeds, in the county of York, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in combing wool, and other fibres.
  • 711. To Colin Mather, and William Wilkinson Platt, of Salford Iron Works, Salford, in the county of Lancaster, Millwrights and Engineers, for the invention of improvements in machinery for finishing linen, cotton, and other fabrics.
  • 712. To Christian Sharps, of Hartford, in the State of Connecticut and United States of America, for the invention of improvements in breech loading fire-arms.
  • 713. To John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln'sinn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, and of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for sewing and stitching-, being a communication to him from abroad.
  • 714. To Henry Huart, of Cambrai, in the Republic of France, for the invention of improvements in the storing and preservation of grain.
  • 715. To James Cowan Wyper, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Stationer, for the invention of improvements in the figuring and ornamentation of book-bindings, and covers of a similar character.
  • 716. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Richard Barnes, of Wigan, in the county of Lancaster, Ironmonger and Brass Founder, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in cocks or plugs for water or other fluids, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 11th day of November 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office
  • 717. And to William Davis, of Leeds, in the county of York, Machinist, for the invention of improvements in machinery for cutting files. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 11th day of November 1852.
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  • 732. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Robert John Smith, of Islington, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, praying for letters patent for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for steering ships and other vessels, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 13th day of November 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office
  • 750. To John Mirand, of Paris, in the Republic of France, and of 16, Castle-street, Holborn, London, for the invention of certain improvements in the construction of electric apparatus for transmitting intelligence.
  • 751. To Peter Armand Le Comte de Fontaine Moreau, of 39, Rue de 1'Echiquier, Paris, and of 4, South-street, Finsbury, London, Patent Agent, for the invention of certain improvements in lamps, being a communication to him from abroad.
  • 752. To George Berry, of No. 19, Buttersland-street, St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of an improved method of roasting coffee.
  • 753. To Robert Sandiford, of Tottington Lower End, near Bury, in the county of Lancaster, Calico Printer, for the invention of certain improvements in apparatus for block printing.
  • 754. To William Fraser Rae, of Edinburgh, in the county of Mid Lothian, Brassfounder, for the invention of improvements in gas-heating and cooking apparatus.
  • 755. To James Robertson, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Cooper, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of casks and other wooden vessels.
  • 756. Francis Montgomery Jennings, of Cork, in the kingdom of Ireland, Manufacturing Chemist, for the invention of improvements in preparing flax, hemp, China-grass, and other vegetable fibrous substances.
  • 757. To Thomas Taylor, of the Patent Saw Mills, Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for measuring water and other fluids, which apparatus is also applicable to the purpose of obtaining motive power.
  • 758. To William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in knitting machinery, being a communication to him from abroad.
  • 759. To Abraham Rogers, of Field House, near Bradford, in the county of York, for the invention of improvements in apparatus used for forming sewers, tunnels, and ways.
  • 760. To John Dent Goodman, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in the boxes and axles for carriages, being a communication to him from abroad.
  • 761. To Samuel Holt, of Stockport, Cheshire, Foreman to Messrs. Christy & Co. of the same place, and of Gracechurch -street, London, for the invention of improvements in weaving cut pield fabrics.
  • 762. And to Joseph Burley. of Halifax, .in the county of York, Mechanic, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for cutting fustians and other fabrics, to obtain a cut pile surface. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 15th day of November 1852.
  • 763. To Joseph Slatterie Edwards, Corn and Flour Factor, Albion Mills, 233 & 234, Black - friars-road, London, for the invention of a self-acting pea kiln or apparatus for moving grain, pulse, seeds, malt, or any similar substances while drying, which insures a more rapid desiccation, and requires scarcely any of the manual labour now employed in kilns to be propelled by steam, water or horse power.
  • 764. To Thomas Chrippes, the younger, of Petworth, in the county of Sussex, Auctioneer and Land Agent, for the invention of improvements in the means of tilling land,
  • 765. To Joseph Johnson, of Wellington Quay, Dublin, for the invention of an improved mode of producing ornamental articles, such as brooches, bracelets, dressing and other cases, work or other boxes, or other like articles, from a certain kind of wood.
  • 766. To William Marsden, of Blackburn, in the county of Lancaster, Cotton Manufacturer, for the invention of certain improvements in and applicable to looms for weaving.
  • 767. To John Ramsbottom, of Longsight, near Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in steam engines. On his petition recorded in the said office of the Commissioners, on the 16th day of November 1852.
  • 768. To John Wheeley Lea, of the city of Worcester, Chemist, and William Hunt, of Stoke Prior, in the county of Worcester, Manufacturing Chemist, for the invention of improvements in utilizing the waste heat of coke furnaces. .
  • 769. To Francois Valise, of Bruxelles, in the Kingdom of Belgium, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in preparing, spinning, and doubling flax, cotton, wool, silk, and other fibrous materials.
  • 770. And to John O'Keeffe, of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Rose Engine Turner, for the invention of a method for making watch cases by machinery. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the IGth day of November 1852.
  • 771. To John Thomas Way, of Holies-street, Cavendish-square, in the county of Middlesex, Professor of Chemistry, and John Manwaring Paine, of Farnham, in the county of Surrey, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of burned and fired ware.
  • 772. To Isaac Lowthian Bell, of the Washington Chemical Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, for the invention of improvements in the treatment of-certain compounds of iron and sulphur.
  • 773. To Henry Russell, of the city of Norwich, Pianoforte Maker, for the invention of improvements in pianofortes.
  • 774. To John Hinchcliff, of Leeds, in the county of York, Engineer, and Ralph Salt, of Leeds, aforesaid, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in steam engines.
  • 775. To Peter Armand Le Comte tie Fontaine Moreau, of No. 4, South-street, Finsbury, in the county of Middlesex, and 39, Rue de 1'Echiquier, Paris, Patent Agent, for the invention of certain improvements in weaving elastic tissues, being a communication to him from abroad.
  • 776. To Francis Bresson, Civil Engineer, of Paris, in the Republic of France, and 4, South-street, Finsbury, London, for the invention of a new and improved mode of propelling on land and water.
  • 777. And to William Watt, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Chemist, for the invention of improvements in preparing for weaving, gnd in weaving flax, and other textile materials.
  • 778. And to Henry Vernon Physick, of Aberdeen-place, Maida Hill, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in electric telegraphic apparatus, and in machinery or apparatus for constructing the same. On their several petitions recorded in the Office of the Commissioners on the 17th day of November 1852.
  • 779. To James Rock the younger, of Hastings, in . the county of Sussex, Carriage Builder, for the . invention of improvements in buffers.
  • 780. To James Potter, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Machinist, for the invention of improvements in machinery for spinning cotton and other fibrous substances.
  • 781. To James Hume, of Birkenhead, in the count}' of Chester, Plumber, for the invention of improvements in water closets.
  • 782. To John Venables Vernon and John Edge, both of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engravers to Calico Printers, for the invention of improvements in apparatus and machinery for engraving rollers of glass, copper, brass, and other metallic compounds.
  • 783. To George Hamilton, of Paisley, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, Bleacher, for the invention of improvements in spreading or distributing starch, gum, and other semi-fluid matters.
  • 784. To Robert Walker, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in the construction of portable houses and other erections. On his petition recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 19th day of November 1852.
  • 785. To Peter Carmichael, of Den's Works, Dundee, in the county of Forfar, for the invention of improvements in machinery for winding yarn or thread.
  • 786. To John Burgess, of Rastrick, in the parish of Halifax, in the county of York, Dyer, for the invention of an improvement in dyeing wool.
  • 787. To Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of seamless garments and other seamless fabrics.— A communication.
  • 788. To William Williams, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Patentee of Electric Telegraphs, for the invention of improvements in electric telegraphs.
  • 789. To George Perry Tewksbury, of Boston, in the state of Massachusetts, of the United States of America, for the invention of an improved life preserving seat.
  • 790. To Benjamin Nickels, of No. 13, Albany-road, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of adhesive plaster.
  • 791. To Richard Kemsley Day, of White Cottage. Plaistow, in the county of Essex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of fuel for lighting fires.
  • 792. To Charles de Bergue, of Dowgate-hill, in the city of London, for "the invention of improvements in the permanent way of railways.
  • 793. To John Robert Johnson, of Stanbrook Cottage, Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of type or raised surfaces for printing.
  • 794. To Moses Poole, of Serle-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in cementing matters in the production of ornamental and other forms and surfaces.—A communication.
  • 795. To Henry Bessemer, of Baxter-house, Old-street, Pancras-road, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for concentrating cane juices and other saccharine solutions, and in the treatment of such fluids.
  • 796. To Henry Bessemer, of Baxter-house, Old St. Pancras-road, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the crystallization and manufacture of sugar.
  • 797. To Henry Bessemer, of Baxter-house, Old St. Pancras-road, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the treatment of washed or cleansed sugar.
  • 798. To Jean Joseph Jules Pierrard, Manufacturer, of Paris, in the French Republic, for the invention of improvements in preparing wool and other fibrous substances for combing.
  • 799. And to Henry Bessemer, of Baxter-house, Old St. Pancras-road, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for concentrating saccharine fluids. On their several petitions recorded in the Office of the Commissioners, on the 19th day of November 1852.
  • 800. To Richard Taylor, of Clayton-bridge, Newton-heath, near Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Calico Printer, for the invention of certain improvements in heating dye-cisterns and soap-cisterns, used in the process of calico printing.
  • 801. To John Trestrail, of Southampton, in the county of Hants, for the invention of improvements in raising sunken vessels or other materials from under the water or in the sea, or to prevent them from sinking.
  • 802. To John Brettell Collins, oi Birmingham, Factor, for the invention of a new improved flooring cramp or lifting jack.
  • 803. To James Nasmyth, of Patricroft, near Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for packing and compressing cotton wool and other substances.
  • 804. To Thomas Ellis, senr. of Tredegar Iron Works, in the county of Monmouthshire, Engineer, for the invention of an improvement or improvements in constructing a metalic band or bands for raising and lowering heavy weights, and other like purposes.
  • 805. To Joseph Edwards, of King's College, London, Master of Arts, for the invention of an improved envelope, and the means of affording additional security to the same.
  • 806. To William Dray, of the firm of William Dray and Company, of Swan-lane, in the city of London, Agricultural Implement Makers, for the invention of improvements in machinery for crushing, bruising, and pulverizing.
  • 807. To Charles Goty, of Eathbone-place, Oxford-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in pumps for raising and forcing liquids.
  • 808. To George Wilson, of the York Glass Company, in the city of York, for the invention of an improved manufacture of glass bottles and jars.
  • 809. And to William Green, of Islington, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of textile fabrics, and in machinery or apparatus for effecting the same, parts of which improvements are also applicable to printing and embossing generally. On their several petitions recorded in the Office of the Commissioners, on the 20th day of November 1852.
  • 810. To Edwin Bates, Geometer, of No. 7, Great Portland-street, Portland-place, Middlesex, for the invention of the revolver, a perfect self-righting whale-fishing, pilot, or other boat, to be called "Bates's Life Boat." (No. 1 of a series of naval architecture.)
  • 811. To Benjamin Walker and William Bestwick, of Salford, in the county of Lancaster, Braid Manufactures, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of braid and the machinery or apparatus employed therein.
  • 812. To William Crosskill, of Beverley, in the county of York, Civil Engineer and Ironfounder, for the invention of improvements in clod crushers, or rollers for rolling, crushing, or pressing land.
  • 813. To John Weems, of Johnstone, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, Tin Smith, for the invention of improvements in obtaining motive power.
  • 814. To Robert Heggie, of Kirkcaldy, in the county of Fife, North Britain, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in railway brakes.
  • 815. To John Wheely Lea, of the city of Worcester, Chemist, and William Hunt, of Stoke Prior, in the county of Worcester, Manufacturing Chemist, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of iron.
  • 816. To William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of paper.—A communication.
  • 817. To John Pepper junior, of Portsmouth, in the State of New Hampshire, of the United States of America, for the invention of a new or improved machine for knitting ribbed work.
  • 818. To William Hedges, of Streatham Hill, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in carriages.
  • 819. To James Roose, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of welded iron tubes.
  • 820. To Samuel Hunter, of 13, Ravensworth-terrace, Gateshead, in the county of Durham, for the invention of improvements in anchors.
  • 821. And to Joseph Blain, of Paris (France), and of 16, Castle-street, Holborn (city), London, for the invention of a new system of corking. On their several petitions recorded in the Office of the Commissioners, on the 22nd day of November, 1852.
  • 822. To George Bade, No. 33, Stanhope-street, Hampstead-road, Agent to Andrew Thorndike of Cassel, Germany, for the invention of a surface - and - subaqueous - floating breakwater, being the invention of the said Andrew Thorndike.
  • 823
  • 824. To John Winter, of Bradford, in the West Riding of the county of York, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the mode of combining bars of iron so as to form larger masses or pieces of iron applicable in the manufacture of axles, shafts, columns, beams, cannon, and other articles.
  • 825 To John Winter, of Bradford, in the West Riding of the county of York, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of wheels.
  • 826. To Francis Bywater Frith, of Salford, in the county of Lancaster, Manager, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for dressing, machining, and finishing velvets, velveteens, cords, beaverteens, and other similar fabrics composed of cotton, silk, wool, and other fibrous materials.
  • 827. To John Kilner, of Thornhill Lees, near Dewsbury, in the county of York, Glass Bottle Manufacturer, for the invention of certain improvements in the means of insulating the . wires of electric telegraphs.
  • 828. To Michael Leopold Parnell, of Little Queen Street, Holborn, in the county of Middlesex, Lock Manufacturer, for the invention of an improvement in the construction of box staples, and striking plates.
  • 829. To John Edwin Grisdale, of 2, Bloomsbury Street, Holborn, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in steering ships or vessels.
  • 830. To James Armitage, of Bury, in the county of Huntingdon, Machine Maker, and Charles Thaxter, of Fenton, in the same county, Brick Maker, for the invention of improvements in dies for moulding plastic materials.
  • 831. To William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery Lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the construction of and method of applying brakes to railroad carriages, engines, and tenders, for the purpose of preventing collisions.— A communication.
  • 832. To John Beale, of East Greenwich, in the county of Kent, Engineer, for the invention of an improved arrangement of steam engine, and an improved packing to be used therein.
  • 833. To John Frearson, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of hooks for garments.
  • 834. To Charles Watt, of Brompton, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in obtaining currents of electricity.
  • 835. And to John Barker, of Richmond, in the county of Surrey, Physician, for the invention of improvements in separating gold from quartz or matters containing that metal.
  • 836. To William Oldham, of Southam, in the county of Warwick, Farmer, for the invention of an improved dibble drill.
  • 837. To Augustus Turk Forder, of Leamington Priors, in the county of Warwick, Solicitor, for the invention of improvements in fenders for railway carriages.
  • 838. To James Carter, of Trump-street, in the city of London, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of certain articles of dress or apparel.
  • 839. To James Higgin, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Manufacturing Chemist, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of certain mordants, used in preparing woven or textile fabrics for printing, staining, or dyeing them, and in the mode or method of using the same or other mordants for the said purposes.
  • 840. To John Gedge, of No. 4, Wellingtonstreet, Strand, in the county of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for the invention of an improved self-regulating artificial incubator.—A communication.
  • 841. To Peter Armand le Comte de Fontaine Moreau, of the English and Foreign Patent Office, 4, South-street, Finsbury, London, and 39, Rue de l'Echiquier, Paris, for the invention of improvements in machinery for manufacturing fishing and other nets.—A communication.
  • 842. To Augustus Brackenbury, of No. 49, Harmood-street, Camden Town, in the parish of Saint Pancras, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of making an electrifying machine of materials not hitherto used for such a purpose.
  • 843. To Henry Richards Caselli, of Deptford, in the county of Kent, Block and Mast Maker, for the invention of improvements in the construction of anchors.
  • 844. To Richard Greenwood, of Sutton, near Keighley, in the county of York, for the invention of certain improvements in warming the upper rooms of houses.
  • 845. To John Richard Cochrane, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture or production of ornamental or figured fabrics.
  • 846. To Joseph Henri Combres, of No. 14, Rue des Pretres, in the city of Paris, for an invention for preventing the ill effects of dampness in walls and dwellings.—A communication.
  • 847. To Henry Thomson, of Clitheroe, in the county of Lancaster, Calico Printer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus to be used in dyeing, bleaching, and other processes in which goods are operated upon in the piece.
  • 848. To Charles Finlayson, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for heating, drying and ventilating.
  • 849. To Achille Jean Louis Hypolite Tourleau Comte de Septeuil, of Paris, in the Republic of France, for the invention of improvements in the construction of electro-magnetic engines and in batteries.
  • 850. To William Henry Winchester, of Tamerton Foliott, near Plymouth, in the county of Devon, and of Berners-street, in the county of Middlesex, Surgeon, for the invention of improvements in splints.
  • 851. To William Wilkinson, of the town and county of Nottingham, Framework Knitter, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of looped and textile fabrics, and in machinery for producing the same.
  • 852. To Alphonse Joly, of Paris, in the Republic of France, Civil Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in steam engines.
  • 853. To Stephen Spalding, of Hogsthorp, near Alford, in the county of Lincolnshire, for the invention of an apparatus or machine for the manufacture of pantiles used in building purposes.
  • 854. To Edward Aitchison, Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, of 14, Manor-street, Chelsea, and John Evans, of 8, Hamilton-street, Wandsworth-road, Boiler Maker, for the invention of improvements in furnaces.
  • 855. And to Robert Mortimer Glover, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, M.D. for the invention of improvements in coating the bottoms and other parts of ships and vessels, in order to prevent animal and vegetable growth in contact therewith. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 24th day of November 1852.
  • 856. To Richard Dudgeon, of New York, in the United States of America, Machinist, for an invention for raising heavy weights, by means of a portable hydraulic press.
  • 857. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of John Gedge, of No. 4, Wellington Street, Strand, in the county of Middlesex, Patent Agent, praying for letters patent for the invention, of improvements in the mechanism of looms for weaving (a communication,) was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 26th day of November 1852 and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 858. To John Tatham and David Cheetham, of Rochdale, in the county of Lancaster, Machine Makers, for the invention of improvements in machinery, or apparatus for preparing, spinning, and doubling cotton and other fibrous substances.
  • 859. To Thomas Bennett, of West Bromwich, in the county of Stafford, for the invention of improvements in heating air for blast furnaces.
  • 860. William Hall, of the town and county of the town of Nottingham, Cabinet Maker, for the invention of improvements in rotary steam engines, governors, and apparatus for supplying boilers with water, and for regulating the same.
  • 861. To James Murdoch, of Staple Inn, in the county of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for the invention of an improved machine for shaping staves for casks, vats, and other similar vessels. —A communication.
  • 862. To Andrew Jeffrey, of Chirnside, in the county of Berwick, Scotland, Blacksmith, for the invention of improvements in reaping machines.
  • 863. To Henry Holland, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Umbrella and Parasol Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of umbrellas and parasols.
  • 864. To Maximilian Francois Joseph Delfosse, of Moorgate-street, in the city of London, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in preserving wood, stuffs, and other fabrics, and in rendering them uninflammable.—A Communication.
  • 865. To Charles Harford, of Down Place, near Windsor, in the county of Berks, Esq. for the invention of improvements in rotatory engines.
  • 866. To James Robertson, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Cooper, for the invention of improvements in furnaces or fireplaces.
  • 867. And to Charles lies, of Birmingham, in the county of "Warwick, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of chimney pieces. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 25th day of November 1852.
  • 868. To Amedee Frangois Remond, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, for the invention of a new or improved lock.—A communication.
  • 869. To Adam Ogden, of Huddersfield, in the county of York, Machine Maker, and John Ogden, of. Hey Chapel, Ashton-under-Lyne, in the county of Lancaster, Manager of a Cotton Spinning Mill, for the invention of improvements in machinery for spinning cotton or wool.
  • 870.. To James Ward Hoby, of Renfrew, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, Engineer, and John Kinniburgh, of Renfrew aforesaid, Foundry Manager, for the invention of improvements' in the manufacture of metal castings.
  • 871. To James Taylor, Engineer of Messrs. James Taylor and Co. Britannia Works, Birkenhead, in the county of Chester, for the invention of certain improvements in and applicable to floating graving docks for repairing and building ships.
  • 872. To Auguste Edward Loradoux Bellford, of the United Patent Offices, No. 16, Castle-street, Holborn (City) London, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of bricks.— A communication.
  • 873. To Charles Claude Glover, of Paris, in the Republic of France, and of. No. 16, Castle-street, Holborn (City) of London, for the invention of a system of stoppering instantaneously bottles and other vessels used for containing aerated liquids.
  • 874. To Paul Sormani, of Paris, in the Republic of France, and of 16, Castle-street, Holborn, (City) London, for the invention of an improved travelling case.
  • 875. To Armand Jean Constantin Hudault, of Paris, in the Republic ef France, and of 16, Castle-street, Holborn, London, for the invention of an improved leaven.
  • 876. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Jean Hyppolite Salvanaine of Paris in the Republic of France, Manufacturer, praying for letters patent for the invention of certain improvements in the manufacture of paletots and other articles of dress, the said improvements being obtained by an improved process of felting and fulling, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 26th day of November 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 877. To Thomas Ainsley Cook, of Wall's End, in the county of Northumberland, Manufacturing Chemist, for the invention of improvements in bleaching.
  • 878 To Thomas Charles Medwin, of the^ firm of Medwin and Hall, of Blackfriars-road, in the county of Surrey, Engineers, for the invention of improvements in water-gauges, or instruments for indicating the height of water iu boilers.
  • 879. To Jean Ambroise Oudart, of Paris, France, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in presses for obtaining copies of letters, and other like purposes.
  • 880. To Alexander Turiff, of the New Town Foundry, Paisley, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in moulding or shaping metals.
  • 881. To Henry Bollmann Condy, of Battersea, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of acetic acid , and acetates, .
  • 882. To Antonio Fedele Cossus, of University-street, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in lubricating apparatus.
  • 883. To William Massingham, of Ipswich, in the county of Suffolk, for the invention of improvements in carriages and apparatus for carrying the dead.
  • 884. To Robert Barnard Feather, of Liverpool, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in the construction of ships, and in rendering ships and boats impervious to shot.
  • 885. To George Augustus Huddart, of Brynkir, in the county of Caernarvon, Esq. for the invention of certain improvements in tools for cutting or abrading metallic and other surfaces.
  • 886. To Edwin Lewis Brundage, of Jewin-crescent, in the city of London, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for drawing off fluids from animal bodies.—A communication.
  • 887. To Thomas Wood, of the Glue Works, Hunslet, in the parish of Leeds, in the county of York, Millwright; for the invention of improvements in the mode of obtaining motive power.
  • 888. To George Augustus Huddart, of Brynkir, in the county of Caernarvon, Esquire, for the invention of improvements in facilitating combustion in steam boiler furnaces.
  • 889. To George Augustus Huddart, of Brynkir, in the county of Caernarvon, Esquire, for the invention of an improved manufacture of artificial flies.
  • 890. And to Mathurin Jean Prudent Moriceau, of 39, Rue de Techiquier, Paris, France, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in sharpening and dressing the cards of carding machines, and the clippers and cylinders of shearing machines. On their several petitions recorded in the office of the Commissioners, on the 26th day of November 1852.
  • 891. To Harry Winton, of the firm of Harry Winton and Sons, of Dove Mills, Cleveland-street, Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Manufacturer, and Francis Parkes, of Sutton, Coldfield-park, in the county of Warwick, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of agricultural and horticultural forks, and pronged or toothed . instruments and hoes. On their petition recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 27th day of November 1852.
  • 892. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Daniel Woodall, of Old bury, in the county of Worcester, Boiler Maker, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in canal boats was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 27th day of November 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 893. To John Lotsky, of Soho-square, in the county of Middlesex, Doctor of Philosophy, for the invention of improved playthings, hereby denominated Pestalozzian -ymnastic Playthings.
  • 894. To William Joseph Curtis, of Grafton-place, Euston-square, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in the formation of tramroads or railroads, and carriages that run thereon.
  • 895. To Emile Martin, of Paris, in the Republic of France, and of 4, South-street, Finsbury, London, Chemist, for the invention of certain improvements in the mode of extracting gluten from wheat, "and for preparing and drying the same by mixing to several degrees of concentration.
  • 896. To John Gilmore, Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, of George-yard, Lombard-street, for the invention of an improved mode or means of extinguishing fire in ships or other vessels.
  • 897. To George Houghton, of 74, High-street, Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, for the invention of improvements - in the manufacture of college caps.
  • 898. And to William Edward Schottlander, of Southwark, in the county of Surrey, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in machinery for boring the ground, stone, or rocks, for the formation of drains and sewers for the laying of pipes underground, and for removing obstructions therein, also in the manufacture of pipes to be used in connection with such machinery, and in instruments for surveying and levelling preparatory to the Moving operations.—A communication from Emil Schott, of the Duchy of Brunswick. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 27th day of November 1852.
  • 899. To Frederick Westbrook, of Kensington, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the -invention of improvements in clasps for books.
  • 900. To Samuel Cunliffe Lister, of Manningham, in the county of York, Manufacturer, and James Warburton, of Addingham, in the same county, Worsted Spinner, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of yarn from fibrous materials.
  • 901. To Thomas Dudgeon, of the city of Edinburgh, Scotland, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in hydrostatic propulsion.
  • 902. To William Fowler and William McCollin, both of the borough of Kingston-upon-Hull, Boiler Makers, General Smiths, Agricultural Implement Makers, and Copartners, for the invention of a machine constructed and adapted ' for a clod crusher and land cultivator.
  • 903. To William Pink, of Farehara, in the county of Hants, Saddler, for the invention of an improved construction of stirrup bar for saddles.
  • 904. To Eugene Nicolle, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for . damping, cutting, and attaching stamps and labels.
  • 905. To Matthew Samuel Kendrick, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, for the invention of improvements in grates and fire places.
  • 906. To Matthew Samuel Kendrick, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, for the invention of improvements in lamps and burners, and in the apparatus to be used therewith.
  • 907. To Jean David Schneiter, of No. 8, Rue de 1'Abbaye,'. Paris, for the invention of improvements in maps and charts.
  • 908. To Francis William Ellington, of Drummond-street, Eustoti-square, in the county of Middlesex, for-the invention of improvements in the making of screws for collapsible and other vessels.
  • 909. And to William Brown, of Airdie, in the county of Lanark, Electrician, for the invention of improvements in electric telegraph instruments.
  • 910. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Jules Barse and Paul Gage, of Paris, in the Republic of France, and of 16, Castle Street, Holborn, London, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in apparatus for manufacturing soda water and other aerated liquids, and likewise in the preparation of the substances employed therein, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 29th day of November 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 911. To John Addison, Captain in the service of The Honourable East India Company, of 1, Baker-street, Portman-square, London, for the invention of ascertaining the hour of the day by means of a pocket sun-dial.
  • 912. To William Jeffs, of Hulme, near Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Painter, for the invention of improvements in manufacturing letters, figures, and ornamental work, and in the mode of attaching the same to wood, stone, iron, and certain other materials.
  • 913. To James Murdoch, of Staple-inn, in the county of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for the invention of certain improved materials for use in painting.—A communication.
  • 914. To James Mayelston Haldon, of Lime-street, in the city of London, Esquire, for the invention of certain improvements in the means of rendering wood imperishable and un-inflammable.—A communication.
  • 915. To Samuel Clarke, of 55, Albany-street, Regent's-park, in the county of Middlesex, Lamp and Candle Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in lamps.
  • 916. To Allan Craig, of BarLead, near Glasgow, in the county of Renfrew, Scotland, Builder, for the invention of an improved crane and apparatus connected therewith.
  • 917. To John Brannis Birch and Eugenius Birch, both of Cannon-row, Parliament-street, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineers, for the invention of improvements in forming drains, and introducing pipes or tubes into the earth.
  • 918. To Joseph Skertchley, jun., of Kingslandj in the county of Middlesex, and of Ansty, near Leicester, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in mangles and mangle-rollers.
  • 919. To James Barlow, of King William-street, in the city of London, Ironmonger, for the invention of improvements in stands or supports for casks, barrels, and other like vessels.
  • 920. To Thomas Parramore, of Southwark, in the county of Surrey, Waterproofer, and Samuel Lewis, of Stepney, in the county of Middlesex, Tailor, for the invention of improvements in articles of wearing apparel.
  • 921. And to George Fitt, Parsonage-house, Chalk, near Gravesend, in the county of Kent, for the invention of obtaining mechanical motive power and speed. On their several petitions, recoided in the office of the Commissioners on the 30th day of November 1852.
  • 922. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Andrew Edmund Brae, of Leeds, in the county of York, praying for letters patent for the invention of an apparatus for stopping and detaining, or releasing and setting free, cords, tapes, chains, ropes, or other flexible lines, or strings, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 30th day of November, 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 923. To Charles Hart, of the Vale of White Horse Iron Works, Wantage, in the county of Berkshire, Agricultural Implement Manufacturer, for the invention of a thrashing, strawshaking, riddling, and winnowing machine combined.
  • 924. To William Slater, of Carlisle, in the county of Cumberland, for the invention of improvements in ovens and apparatus for baking.
  • 925. To George Augustus Huddart, of Brynkir, in the county of Caernarvon, Esq., for the invention of improvements in the construction of boilers and furnaces for generating steam.
  • 926. To Charles Walker, of Heap Bridge, near Bury, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, for "the invention of improvements in the method of purifying water for steam-boilers and other purposes.
  • 927. To Robert Milligan, of Harden Mills, Bingley, in the county of York, for the invention of improvements applicable to combing machinery.
  • 928. To William Morris, of Westminster, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the production of motive power, and in apparatus pertaining thereto.
  • 929. And to Frederick William Gareen, of Bristol and London, Esquire, Ship Owner, for the invention of certain improvements in the mode of propelling ships and other vessels. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 1st day of December 1852.
  • 930. To John Dable, of Birmingham, Carpenter, and William Wells, of Birmingham, Carpenter, for the invention of an improvement in rolling metals.
  • 931. To Robert Kirke, of Llanelly Dock, Llanelly, in the county of Carmarthen, Colliery Agent, for the invention of an improved grate or apparatus for burning fuel, especially adapted for anthracite coal, whether used under reverberatory furnaces or boilers, or with or without a blast
  • 932. To William Taylor, residing at No. 16, Oxford-terrace, Hyde Park, London, for the invention of improvements in propelling ships and other floating bodies.
  • 933. To James Rothwell, of Heywood, near Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Manager, for the invention of certain improvements in looms for weaving
  • 934. To William Keld Whytehead, Consulting Engineer, of 69, Cornhill, London, Middlesex, for the invention of certain improvements in steam engines and steam boilers.
  • 935. To James Edward McConnell, of Wolverton, in the county of Buckingham, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in locomotive engines.
  • 936. To John Norton, of Cork, in the county of Cork, Esquire, for the invention of improvements in shot or projectiles.
  • 937. To Ebenezer Poulson, of Monkwearmouth, in the county of Durham, for the invention of an improved mechanical purchase, applicable to working ships' and other pumps, and to similar purposes.
  • 938. And to Charles Millar, of Dundee, in the county of Forfar, Brewer, for the invention of improvements in time-keepers or clock-work, and in machinery or apparatus worked in connexion therewith. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 2nd day of December 1852.
  • 939. To James Newall, of Bury, in the county of Lancaster, Railway Carriage Builder, for the invention of improvements in breaks, machinery, or apparatus applied to railway and other carriages in motion, and in the mode or method of connecting two or more of such breaks together.
  • 940. To Noble Seward, of *Caherccnlish, in the county of Limerick, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in applying hydropneumatic agency for obtaining motive power.
  • 941. To Thomas Collins Banfield, of No. 18, Queen's-square, in the city of Westminster, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the process and apparatus for extracting saccharine and other juices from beet root or other roots and plants. —A communication.
  • 942. To Peter Walker, and Andrew Barclay Walker, of King-street, Warrington, in the county of Lancaster, Brewers, for the invention of improvements in fermenting ale and porter and other liquids.
  • 943. To Henry Hitchins, of King William-street, City, and William Batley, of Denmark-street, Bloomsbury, both in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in producing raised surfaces and imitations of carvings from materials not hitherto similarly applied
  • 944. To Page Dewing Woodcock, of Lincoln, in the county of Lincoln, Chemist, for the invention of an improved preparation or pill for medicinal purposes, hereby denominated Page Woodcock's Wind Pills.
  • 945. To Cornelius de Bergue, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in, and applicable to looms for weaving.—A communication.
  • 946 To George Ware, of Sydenham, Kent, Cordwainer, and Albert Henry Fernandez, Civil Engineer, of Newington-crescent, Surrey, for the invention of improvements in the making of wedges or keys for holding or tightening the rails within railway chairs.
  • 947. To John Neale, of High-street, Ordnanceplace, Chatham, in the county of Kent, Lath Render, for the invention of improvements in back fastenings for Venetian and other swing shutters or blinds, and also for swing-windows and doors.
  • 948. To George Stiff, of Minerva-cottage, Christchurch-road, Brixton-hill, in the county of Surrey, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved construction of printing machine.
  • 949. To John Bethell, of Parliament-street, in the city of Westminster, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in machinery, or apparatus for digging and cultivating land.
  • 950. To John Bethell, of Parliament-street, in the city of Westminster, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in steam engines.
  • 951. To Arthur Wall, of the East India-road, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in preparing sheet metal for ship building, and other uses.
  • 952. To Duncan McNee, of Kirkintulloch, in the county of Dumbarton, Calico Printer, for the invention of a machine for printing with colours on cloth, and which is also applicable for printing ornamental designs on paper.
  • 953. To Richard Archibald Brooman, of the firm of Robertson, Brooman, and Company, of 166, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agents for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of sugar.—A communication.
  • 954. To Samuel Neville, of Gateshead, in the county of Durham, Glass Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of lamp glasses and globes.
  • 955. To William Keates, of the firm of Newton, Keates, and Company, of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Merchants, for the invention of improvements in fire boxes for locomotive and other steam boilers. On their several petitions recorded in the office of the Commissioners, on the 3rd day of December 1852.
  • 957. To John Rowbotham, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in time-keepers and apparatus connected therewith for ascertaining the attendance on duty of watchmen and other persons having charge of property.—A communication.
  • 958. To Alexander Lawrie, Chief Engineer of Her Majesty's Dockyard, Chatham, in the county of Kent, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of oars and similar articles.
  • 959. To James Murdoch, of Staple Inn, in the county of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for the invention of an improved galvanic battery.—A communication.
  • 960. To Joseph Bentley, of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Gun and Pistol Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements applicable to fire arms.
  • 961. To Joseph Cliff, of Wortley, in the parish of Leeds, Fire Brick Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the mode of making and compressing bricks, lumps, tiles, quarries, terra cotta, and other similar articles.
  • 962. To William Maugham, of Ifield-terrace, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in rendering wood fireproof.
  • 963. To George Frederick Parratt, of Piccadilly, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in portable bridges or pontoons.
  • 964. To Isac Lewis Pulvermacker, of Paris, France, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in pipes and cigar holders. On their several petitions recorded in the office of the Commissioners, on the 4th day of December 1852.
  • 965. To Denis John Murphy, of Cork, county Cork, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved agricultural machine which he calls the Archimedean agricultural machine.
  • 966. To James Buchanan, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the treatment of flax, and other similar vegetable fibrous substances, and in the machinery employed therein.
  • 967. To Richard Archibald Brooman, of the firm of Robertson, Brooman and Company, of 166, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agents, for the invention of improvements in saw and saw mills.—A communication.
  • 968. To Guillaume Ferdinand de Doutret, of Paris, in the Republic of France, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of alcoholic, saccharine, and starch products.
  • 969. To Andre Jacques Amand Gautier, of Paris, in the Republic of France, for the invention of an improved treatment of peat.
  • 970. To Asa Lees, of Rhodes-house, within Oldham, in the county of Lancaster, Machine Maker, and Thomas Kay, of Mumps, within Oldham aforesaid, Machine Maker, for the invention of improvements in machinery for spinning and doubling cotton, wool, silk, flax, and other fibrous materials.
  • 971. To Frederick Mackellar Gooch, of Bolton-le-Moors, in the county of Lancaster, Engineers for the invention of improvements in the construction of railway signals, and in machinery, or apparatus for working railway-signals.
  • 972. To Charles Alfred Jordery, of No. 12, Rne Thevenot, Paris, France, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the construction of the bodies of cravat collars, and stocks and stifihers, and in the ornamenting of cravat collars^ and stocks in general.
  • 973. To Richard Laming, of Millwall, Poplar, in the county of Middlesex, Chemist, for the invention of improvements in purifying gas, and in obtaining from the products resulting from the purification of gas certain useful compounds.
  • 974. To Edward Tucker, of Belfast, in the county of Antrim, Ireland, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture or production of starch.
  • 975. To William Paton, of Johnstone, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of driving bands for machinery.
  • 976. To John Norman, of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Shipowner, for the invention of improvements in the mode of making and setting the square sails of ships or vessels of any size and description.
  • 977. To William Blackett, of 227, Blackfriars-road, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in steam boilers.
  • 978. To James Smith, of 2, Little Canterbury-place, Lambeth-walk, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in paving roads and other surfaces.
  • 979. To William Quarterman, of No. 19, Whittaker-street, Pimlico, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of eliciting the gas concentrated in nitre and sulphur, and which is entitled a gaseous engine. On his petition recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 6th day of December 1852.
  • 980. And to Thomas Conolly, of Hanover-square, London, Esquire, M.P., and William Cotter, of Beeston, Nottingham, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in propelling vessels. On their several petitions recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 6th day of December 1852.
  • 981. To Pierre Duchamp, of No. 17, Rue du Commerce, Lyon, temporary of 39, Rue de TEchiquier, Paris, Machinist, for the invention of an improved Jacquard machine
  • 982. To Peter Armand Le Comte de Fontaine Moreau, of the English and Foreign Patent Office, 45 South-street, Finsbury, London, and 39, Rue de 1'Echiquier, Paris, for the invention of improvements in constructing the bars of furnaces and grates.—A communication.
  • 983. To John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, in the county of Middlesex, and of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in weaving carpets and other fabrics, and in the machinery or apparatus employed therein.—A communication.
  • 984. To Thomas Challinor, of Bolt-court, Fleet-street, in the city of London, for the invention of improvements in apparatus to be applied to decanters and other bottles to facilitate the running off liquids therefrom.
  • 985. To William Mayo, of Berners-street, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in balls or float valves and cocks.
  • 986. To James Norton, of Ludgate-hill, in the city of London, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved mode of transmitting motive powers
  • 987. To Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsmen, for the invention of an improved mode of transportation for the conveyance of letters, packages, freight, or passengers, from one place to another. —A communication.
  • 988. To Samuel Aspinwall Goddard, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Merchant, and Gun Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the construction of pistols.
  • 989. To Richard Archibald Brooman, of the firm of Robertson, Brooman and Company, of 166, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agents, for the invention of improvements io, safety valves,—A communication.
  • 990. And to Richard Archibald Brooman, of the firm of Robertson, Brooman, and Company, of 166, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agents for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for heating, evaporating, torrefying, distilling, and refrigerating.— A communication. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 7th day of December 1852.
  • 991. To Thomas Lovell Preston, of Birmingham, in the county of "Warwick, Machinist, for the invention of a machine for making links for chains.
  • 992. To John Browne, of Charles-street, Regent-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in machinery, or apparatus for preventing the escape of smoke from chimnies, and consuming or otherwise disposing thereof.
  • 993. To Peter Armaud le Comte de Fontaine Moreau, of the English and Foreign Patent Office, 4, South-street, Finsbury, London, and 39, Rue de 1'Echiquier, Paris, for the invention of improvements in the machinery for applying metallic capsules.—A communication. On his petition recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 8th day of December 1852.
  • 994 Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Henry Jenkins, of No. 11, Spencer-street, in Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Die Sinker, Stamper, and Piercer, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of bracelets, brooches, and other articles of jewellery, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 8th day of December 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 995. To John Harrison, Robert Harrison, and Alexander Stewart Harrison, of Dromore, county Down, Ireland, Cambric Manufacturers, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery used in the manufacture of textile and other fabrics.
  • 996. To John Symonds, of Glass House-yard, East Smithfield, in the county of Middlesex, Galvanized Iron Merchant, and George Mouchet, of Battersea, in the county of Surrey, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved mode of cleaning or scaling metallic surfaces.
  • 997. To William Baddeley, of No. 13, Angelterrace, St. Peter's, Islington, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for the conversion of rectilinear into circular motion.—A communication.
  • 998. To Donald Beatson, of Mile End, in the county of Middlesex, and Thomas Hill, of Southampton, for the invention of improvements in the means of propelling ships and other floating vessels.
  • 999. To Thomas Hill, of Southampton, for the invention of certain improvements in paddle wheels for propelling ships and other vessels.
  • 1000. To James Lawrence, of Westminster, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of projectiles.
  • 1001. To Anthony Norris Groves, of Madras, in the East Indies, and Conrad William Finzel, jun. of Bristol, for the invention of improvements in condensing steam or vapours.
  • 1002. To James Spotswood Wilson, of Tavistock-place, in the county of Middlesex, Civil engineer, for the invention of improvements in propelling.
  • 1003. To Sir John Powlett Orde, of Kilmorey House, Loch Gilp Head, in the county of Argyll, Baronet, for the invention of improvements in head gear for horses and other like animals.
  • 1004. And to Joseph Hopkins, of Worcester, in the county of Worcester, Hop Factor, for the invention of improvements in obtaining a straight line parallel to the axis of the earth, or in rendering the axis of a tube or of a telescope parallel thereto. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the Stli day of December 1852.
  • 1005. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Emile Kopp, of Accrington, in the county of Lancaster, Professor of Chemistry, and Frederick Albert Gatty, of Accrington aforesaid, Manufacturing Chemist, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in printing or dyeing textile fabrics, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 9th day of December 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 1006. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of David Lloyd Price, of Beaufort, in the county of Brecknock, South Wales, Watch and Clock Maker, praying for letters patent for the invention of certain improvements in apparatus for effectuating alarums and signals by electricity, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 9th day of December 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office
  • 1007. To William Mather, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Chemist and Druggist, for the invention of certain improvements in the method of spreading medicinal compounds upon leather to be used as plasters, and in the machinery or apparatus connected therewith.
  • 1008. To William Baddeley, of 13, Angel-terrace, St. Peter's, Islington, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of metal pipes. —A communication.
  • 1009. To William Allchin, of the firm of William Allchin and Son, of the Globe Steam Engine Works, Northampton, in the county of Northampton, Engineers, for" the invention of improvements in agricultural and other steam engines.
  • 1010. To' Edmund Hunt, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved screw-propeller.
  • 1011. To. Edward Thomas Loseby, of Gerrardstreet, Islington, in the county of Middlesex, Horologist, for the invention of improvements in the construction of timekeepers, and in cases to be applied thereto.
  • 1012. To Charles Greenway, of Cheltenham, in the county of Gloucester, for the invention of improvements in anchors.
  • 1013. To George Collier, of Halifax, in the county of York, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of carpets and other fabrics.
  • 1014. And to Thomas Masters, of Oxford-street, in the county of Middlesex, Confectioner, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for cleaning knives and other steel articles. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 9th clay of December 1852.
  • 1015. To John Sheringhara,.of No. 24, Edwardes-square, Kensington, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in the construction of stove grates.
  • 1016. To Jonathan Caldwell Blackwell, of Edinburgh, in the county of Mid-Lothian, North Britain, Accountant, for the invention of improvements in musical instruments.
  • 1017. To Alfred Thomas Jay, of No. 13, Cheapside, in the city of London, and county of Middlesex, for the invention of a safety letter-box.
  • 1018. To Thomas Abbey Smithson, Clerk, and George Hall Adam, Clerk, both of Ivingston- , upon-Hull, for the invention of .an improved mode of suspending carriage bodies.
  • 1019. To James. Derrington, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Brass Founder, and John Chadwick, of the same place, Book-keeper, for the invention of improvements in cocks and valves for liquids and steam.
  • 1020. To Richard Archibald Brooman, of the firm of Robertson, Brooman and Company, of 166, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agents, for the invention of improvements in evaporating apparatus.—A communication.
  • 1021. And to Julien Boilegve,.of 4, South-street, Finsbury, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of an improved desiccating apparatus.—A communication. On their several petitions, recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 10th day of December 1852.
  • 1022. To Thomas Boardman, of Pendleton, in the county of Lancaster, Overlooker, for the invention of improvements in looms for weaving.
  • 1023. To William Rothera, of Hollimvood, in the county of Lancaster, Machine Maker, for the invention of certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for manufacturing nails, screw blanks, and other similar articles of metal.
  • 1024. To George Duncan How ell, of Edinburgh, Scotland, House Painter, for' the invention of improvements in ventilation.
  • 1025. To James Martin, of No. 2, Prospect-row, Bermondsey, in the county of Surrey, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the composition of artificial, fuel, and in the mode of manufacturing the same.
  • 1026. To Edwin Bates, of Welbeck-street, in the county of Middlesex, Geometer, for the invention of improvements in breaks for railway engines and carriages.
  • 1027. To William Sorrell, of Kingsland, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the.invention of improvements in furnaces and fire-places for consuming smoke.
  • 1028. To Archibald White, of Great Missenden, in-the county of Buckingham, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for retarding and stopping railway trains.
  • 1029. To Caleb Bedells, of Leicester, in the county of 'Leicester, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in reels.
  • 1030. To Stephen Green, of Prince's-street, Lambeth, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in joining earthenware tubes and pipes.
  • 1031. To George Dixon, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Merchant, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture and refining' of sugar.
  • 1032. To Timothy Morris, of Birmingham, Manufacturer, and William Johnson, of Warwkwood Heath, near Birmingham, Gentleman, in the county of Warwick, for the invention of improvements in depositing alloys of metals.
  • 1033. To Charles Ritchie, of Hackney, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for measuring fluids.
  • 1034. To John Thomas Way, of Holies-street, Cavendish-square, in the county of Middlesex, Professor of Chemistry, and John Manwaring Paine, of Farnham, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of glass.
  • 1035. And to Charles Griffin, of No. 5, Sydneyterrace, in the parish of. Milverton, in the county of Warwick, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in obtaining metallic copper from if:s solutions formed by nature, and in the various processes of purifying cupreous ores by means of water. On their several petitions recorded in the office of the Commissioners, on the llth day of December 1852.
  • 1036. To Josiah Glasson, of the Soho Foundry, near Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Boiler Maker, for the invention of improvements in boilers.
  • 1037. To Joseph Hamblet, of Oldbury, in the county of Worcester, Brick Manufacturer, and AVilliam Dean, of Oldbury aforesaid, Agent, for the invention of an improvement in the manufacture of bricks.
  • 1038. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of George Allen Everitt, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Manufacturer, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in rolling metal strips for the manufacture of wire, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 13th day of December 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 1039. To George Mackay, of Buckingham-street Strand, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved construction of stirrup.—A communication.
  • 1040. To George Mackay, of Buckingham-street' Strand, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of an improved construction of paddle wheel.—A communication.
  • 1041. To Alfred Vincent Newton, of the offices for Patents, 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for the invention of improved apparatus for regulating the density of fluids.—A communication.
  • 1042. To Jules Lejeune, of Antenil, near Paris, in the empire of France, and of 16, Castlestreet, Holborn, London, for the invention of a new machine for washing house linen, and all kinds of textile articles that is employed in making them.
  • 1043. To Frederick Dangerfield, of the firm of Ashbee and Dangerfield, of Broad-court, Long Acre, in the city of "Westminster, Lithographers, for the invention of improvements in the lithographic press.
  • 1044. To David Napier, of Millwall, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in steam engines.
  • 1045. To Henry Clayton, of the Atlas Works, Upper Park-place, Dorset-square, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of bricks.
  • 1046. To William Henry Fox Talbot, of Lacock Abbey, in the county of Wilts, for the invention of improvements in obtaining motive power.
  • 1047. And to Abraham Ripley, of Philidelphia-terrace, Westminster-road, in the county of Surrey, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in axles for railway wheels. On their several petitions recorded in the Office of the Commissioners, on the 13th day of December 1852.
  • 1048. To James Bell, of Portobello, in the county of Mid Lothian, North Britain, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in railway chairs.
  • 1049. To Charles Edmond Magnant, of Paris, in the empire of France, and of 69, Cornhill, London, for the invention of certain improvements in tanning.
  • 1050. To John Nicholes Taylor, of North Shields, in the county of Northumberland, Blacksmith, for the invention of certain improvements in ship's windlasses and other winches.
  • 1051. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of John Webb, of Coventry, in the county of Warwick, Manufacturer, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in ornamenting enamel watch dials, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 14th day of December 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 1052.
  • 1053. To Isham Baggs, of Liverpool-street, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in obtaining or extracting gold and silver from their ores.
  • 1054. To John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln'sinn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, and of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in fire grates or fire places.—A communication.
  • 1055. To William Johnson, of 47, Lincoln's-inn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, and of Glasgow, North Britain, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for the manufacture of aerated waters,—A communication.
  • 1056. To John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lincoln'sinn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, and of Glasgow, North Britain, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in wind-guards or chimney-tops.—A communication.
  • 1057. To Josiah George Jennings, of Great Charlotte-street, Blackfriars-road, in the county of Surrey, Brass Founder, for the invention of improvements in constructing drains.
  • 1058. To Eudolph Appel, of 43, Gerrard-street, Soho, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in anastatic printing and in producing copies of drawings, writings, and printed impressions.
  • 1059. And to Joseph Paul Marc Floret, of Paris, in the Republic of France, and of 16, Castle-street, Holborn, City, London, for the invention of an improved method of producing simultaneously gas light and lime or plaster.
  • 1060. To William Edward Middleton, of Birmingham, Engineer, for the invention of a new or improved lubricator.—A communication.
  • 1061. To Philippe D'Homme, Manufacturer, of Paris, in the French Empire, for the invention of certain improvements in the manufacture of window blinds, curtains, and hangings. —A communication.
  • 1062. To Susan Walker, of Horsham, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in clogs and pattens.
  • 1063. To George Elliot and William Russell, both of Saint Helen's, Lancashire, Manufacturing Chemists, for the invention of certain improvements in boiling down saline solutions.
  • 1064. To Jean Fraicois Isidore Capliri, of Strawbery-hill, near Manchester, in the county of Lancashire, Orthorachidist, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for preventing or curing a stooping of the head or of the body.
  • 1065. To John Mason, of Rochdale, in the county of Lancaster, Machine Maker, for the invention of improvements in the processes of bleaching and dyeing textile materials and fabrics.
  • 1066. To Alexander Rotscheff, of Queen-street, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in machinery or apparatus for separating gold or other valuable substances from earth or other extraneous matters.—Partly a communication.
  • 1067. To Charles James Wallis, of Clarendon Chambers, Hand-court, Holborn, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer and Mechanical Draughtsman, for the invention of improvements in machinery for amalgamating, mixing, and grinding substances together.
  • 1068. To Anthony Norris Groves, of Bristol, in the county of Somerset, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in apparatus for heating, drying, and evaporating.
  • 1069. To Richard Taylor, junior, of Queen-street, Cheapside, in the city of London, and John Arthur Phillips, of Upper Stamford-street, Blackfriars, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of improvements in treating zinc ores.
  • 1070. To Clement Dresser, of Basinghall-street, in the city of London, for the invention of improvements in combining materials to be used in substitution of whalebone and other flexible and elastic substances —A communication.
  • 1071. And to Thomas Dunn, of Pendleton, near Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Engineer, Hugh Greaves, of Manchester aforesaid, Engineer, and William Watts, junr. of Miles Platting, near Manchester aforesaid, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in machinery and apparatus for altering the position of engines and carriages on railways.
  • 1072. To Peter Arrnand le Comte de Fontaine Moreau, of the English and Foreign Patent Office, 4, South-street, Finsbury, London, and 39, Rue de 1'Echiquier, Paris, for the invention of an improved lamp which I call " lamp omnibus."—A communication.
  • 1073. To Andre Cointry, of Nantes, in the empire of France, Manufacturer, and of 4, South-street, Finsbury, London, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of bread and biscuits.
  • 1074. To John Jeremiah Payne, of No. 5, Saint Stephen's-terrace, Wharf-road, King's Cross, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of an improved axle in two parts, applicable to railway and every other description of carriages and vehicles both public and private.
  • 1075. To Charles Barlow, of Chancery-lane, London, for the invention of improvements in bleaching, purifying, and concentrating sulphuric acid, parts of which invention are applicable to evaporating other liquids.
  • 1076. To John Healey, of Bolton-le-Moors, in the county of Lancaster, Spindle Maker, for an invention for the application of glass and enamel to the flyers and other parts of machinery, used in the preparing, spinning, doubling, winding, warping, dressing, and weaving of cotton, wool, flax, silk, and other fibrous materials.
  • 1077. To Richard Blades, of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Surveyor, for the invention of certain improvements in the method of cleansing sewers and drains and in the machinery or apparatus connected therewith.
  • 1078. To James Stevens, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Glass Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in grinding and polishing lenses.
  • 1079. To Sir Francis Charles Knowles, of Lovell Hill, ii the county of Berks, Baronet, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of iron.
  • 1080. To Thomas Motley, of the city and county of Bristol, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in constructing the tablets, letters, and figures for indicating the names, designations, or numbers of streets, houses, buildings, and other places.
  • 1081. To Auguste Edouard Loradoux Bellford, of 16, Castle-street, Holborn, Patent Agent, for the invention of a new system of stoppering bottles and other vessels.—A communication.
  • 1083. To Archibald Slate, of Woodside Ironworks, near Dudley, in the county of Worcester, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the production of motive power from elastic fluids.
  • 1084. To Archibald Slate, of Woodside Ironworks, near Dudley, in the county of Worcester, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in propelling vessels.
  • 1085. To James Dunlop, of Haddington, in the county of Haddington, Scotland, Saddler, for the invention of improvements in saddles.
  • 1086. To George Michiels, of 57, Holywell-street, Westminster, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture and purification of gas.
  • 1087. And to George Sands Sidney, of the Willows, Brixton-road, in the county of Surrey, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in jugs or vessels for containing liquids.
  • 1088. To Henry Kenyon, of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Bone Grinder, for the invention of improvements in machinery for grinding bones and other substances.
  • 1089. To Frederick Joseph Bramwell, of Millwall, in the county of Middlesex, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in steam engines.
  • 1090. To Archibald Slate, of Woodside Ironworks, near Dudley, in the county of Worcester, Civil Engineer, for the invention of certain improvements in the arrangements for working the slide valve for the induction and eduction of fluids.
  • 1091. To Archibald Slate, of Woodside Ironworks, near Dudley, in the county of Worcester, for an invention in steam boilers.
  • 1092. To Robert William Billings, of St. Mary's-road, Canonbury, in the county of Middlesex, Architect, for the invention of improved apparatus for ventilating chimnies and apartments.
  • 1093. To William Wilkinson, of the town and county of Nottingham, Framework Knitter, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of looped-pile and cut-pile fabrics, and the machinery employed therein.
  • 1094. To Alfred Krupp, of Essen, in the kingdom of Prussia, Cast Steel Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in cannons.
  • 1095. To John Filmore Kingston, of Carrol County, in the State of Maryland, United States of America, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in obtaining reciprocating motion and in propelling and steering vessels.
  • 1096. And to James Langridge, of the firm of George Langridge and Company, of Bristol, in the county of Somerset, Stay Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of stays.
  • 1097. To Joseph Matthews, of Strickland-gate, Kendal, in the county of Westmorland, Gun Maker, for the invention of a burglary alarm.
  • 1098. To George Thomson, of Dalston, in the county of Middlesex, Cabinet Maker, for the invention of a machine for cutting wood.
  • 1099. To Thomas Young Hall, of the borough and county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Coal Owner, for the invention of improvements in safety lamps.
  • 1100. To William Robertson, of Ban-head, in the county of Renfrew, Scotland, Machine Maker, for the invention of improvements in certain machines for spinning and doubling cotton and other fibrous substances.
  • 1101. To Thomas Elliott, of Stockton-on-Tees, in the county of Durham, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in steam engines, which are also applicable to pumps.
  • 1102. To Joseph Alexander Westerman, of Sestri Ponente, near Genoa, in the kingdom of Sardinia, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the carbonization of turf, and the manufacture of paper and fuel therefrom.
  • 1103. To Edward Schischkar, of the firm of James Akroyd and Son, of Halifax, in the county of York, Manufacturers, for the invention of improvements in dyeing and colouring yarns and textile fabrics.
  • 1104. To Edward Schischkar, of the firm of James Akroyd and Son, of Halifax, in the county of York, Manufacturers, for the invention of improvements in colouring or staining yarns and textile fabrics.
  • 1105. To Charles Constant Boutigny, of Evreux, in the empire of France, Chemist, for the invention of improvements in distillation, and in the apparatus employed therein.
  • 1106. To John Clay, of Cottingham, in the East Riding of the county of York, Esquire, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of coal gas.
  • 1107. And to William East, of Spalding, in the county of Lincoln, Builder, for the invention of improvements in machinery for crushing clods, for dibbling and drilling laud, and sowing seeds.
  • 1108. Notice is hereby given that the petition of uan Ncpomuceno Adorno, of Golden-square, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, praying for letters patent for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of cigars, cigarettes, and other similar articles, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 20th clay of December 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 1109. To Jean Durandeau, of Paris, in the empire of France, and of Castle-street, Holborn, London, general manager of the firm Durandeau junior, and Chauveau, for the invention certain means of obtaining marks and designs in paper.
  • 1110. To George Lingard, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Manufacturer, for the invention of improvements in taps, and apparatus connected therewith, for admitting air to beer and other liquors under draught.
  • 1111. To William Wilkinson, of the town am county of the town of Nottingham, Frame Work ICniiter, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of paper and pasteboard, and in the production of a substance applicable for veneers, pannels, and to many purposes to which -titta percha and papier mache are applicable.
  • 1112. To Peter Arm and Le Conite de Fontaine Moreau, of the English and Foreign Paten Office, 4, South-street, Finsbury, London, anc 39, Run. de I'Ecliiqiuer, Paris, for the invention of an improved mode of constructing nigh stools and utensils, water closets, urinaries, and other recipients of fecal matters, also applicable to apparatus for containing fluids, liable to o in a state of decomposition.—A communication
  • 1113. Notice is hereby given, that the petition of Charles Pilkington, Thomas Pilkington, and Abraham Pedigor, of Sheffield, in the county of York, Joiners' Tool Makers, praying for letters patent for the invention of an improved joiner's brace, was deposited and recorded in the office of the Commissioners on the 20th day of December 1852, and a complete specification accompanying such petition was at the same time filed in the said office.
  • 1114. To Charles Watson, of the Bazaar, Harness Department, King-street, Portman-square, in the county of Middlesex, Saddler, for the invention of improvements in carriage and stable brushes.
  • 1115. To William John Silver, of 47, Clark-street, Stepney, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in giving motion to capstan and other barrels.
  • 1116. And to George Gwynue, of Hyde-park-square, in the county of Middlesex, Esquire, and George Fergusson Wilson, of Belmont, Vauxhall, in the county of Surrey, Managing Director of Price's Patent Candle Company for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of candles, night lights and soap.
  • 1117.
  • 1118. To Ferdinand D'Albert, of No. 4, South-street, Finsbury, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of a certain chemical combination for replacing indigo which I call " D'Albert Blue."
  • 1119.
  • 1120. To Jean Baptiste Moinier, of Rue de Marseille, and Charles Constant Boutigny, of Rue de Flandre, of La Villette, France, for the invention of improvements in distilling fatty matters.
  • 1121
  • 1122. To John Akrill, of Artichoke-hill, near the London Docks, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of bricks, tiles, and other earthenware articles.
  • 1123.
  • 1124. To John Akrill, of Artichoke-hill, near the London Docks, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of crucibles.
  • 1125.
  • 1126. To William Edward Newton, of the office for patents, 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, for the invention of improvements in lamps, and in apparatus to be used therewith—A communication.
  • 1127.
  • 1128. And to Ephraim Mosely, of Grosvenor-street, in the county of Middlesex, Dentist, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of artificial masticating apparatus.
  • 1129.
  • 1130. To Alfred Vincent Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, Mechanical Draughtsman, for the invention of improvements in the means of urging the fires, and increasing the draft of furnaces, and in arresting the sparks given off from the chimneys of locomotive engines. — A communication.
  • 1131
  • 1132. To Frank Clarke Hills, of Deptford, in the county of Kent, Manufacturing Chemist, for the invention of improvements in purifying gas.
  • 1134. To John Filmore Kingston, of Carrol county, Maryland, in the United States of America, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in obtaining motive power by electro magnets.
  • 1136. To Thomas Greenshields, of Stoke Works in the county of Worcester, for the invention of improvements in the manufacture of alkali.
  • 1138. To Thomas Vicars, the elder, and Thomas Vicars, the younger, both of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, Engineers, for the invention of improvements in baking-ovens and apparatus for placing the bread, biscuits, or other articles to be baked therein.
  • 1140. And to John Moore Hyde, of 1, Quay> in [Last page(s) missing)

End of 1852

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