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1869 Patent. '1669. To Henry Thomas Braithwaite, M.A., of the University of Cambridge, and of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, Barristerat-at-Law, of 18, Cardington-street, London, N.W., for the invention of "improving two wheeled velocipedes, commonly known as bicycles."'