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  • Abbott, George Washington Van, Bank Notes, 53
  • Abbot, James, jun., Richard Handley Thonvo, John Young, and James Edward Hunt, Bloominw Iron, 975
  • Aberdein, William Charles, Tubular Elastic Fastener and Stud for Gentlemen's Shirt Collars and Wristbands. 603i
  • Abernethy, James, Constructing Breakwaters in Deep Water, 215
  • Adam Robert, Preparing and Finishing Threads or Yarns, 335
  • Adam, William, and John Stewart Templeton, Weaving Looped and Pile Fabrics, 254
  • Adams, John, MiniC and other Rifle-Sight, 96
  • Adam', William Bridges, Buildings and other Structures. 215
  • Adamson, Robert, and Richard Holland, Looms for Weaving. 114
  • Adcock, Henry, Steam Boilers, 391
  • Adler. Elkan, and Robert Parker Abernethy, Machines for Cleaning Knives, &e., 394
  • Adler, E Spring Bed Bottoms, 210
  • Adler, E., and Francis Barber Howell, Clean. inct Kaye% 335
  • Ad%head, Thomas Sidebottom, and Abraham Holden, Carding Cotton, &c., 335
  • Affieck, Thomas, Pulping Coffee, 156
  • Ager, Nathan, Connecting Spindles of Locks and latches with their Handle', 955
  • Ar.:er, Wilson, Hulling and Cleaning Rice, 434
  • Aitchison, Robert Ker. Amalgamation of Precious Metal', 133
  • Aitken, John, Furnaces for Menhir:. -116
  • Aislewood, Joseph, Hat and Umbrella Stands, 455
  • Alcan, Emile, Twisting. Doubling, and Spin. nine Cotton, Silk, and other Fibrous Mates rialt, 194
  • Aldeberi, Isaac, Shackle for the Springs of Carriages, 27 i
  • Alden, Timothy, Setting and Distributing Types, 53
  • Alderton. William Adams, Spindles for Door Locks, Latches, iStc., 455
  • Aldis. Elijah, Cramps for Flooring and other Purposes, 475
  • Alexander, Edwin Powley, Fulminating Powder, 255
  • Allaire, Simon Martin, Hats, Caps, and Bonnets, 354
  • Allen, James, and John Gibson, Union Joint, 494
  • Arnie.. Nathaniel Jones, Polishing and Finishing Yarns or Threads, 254
  • Arnim N. J., Polishing and Finishing Yarns or Threads, 275
  • Anderson, James, Gathering used in the manufacture of certain kinds of Glass. 235
  • Anderson, J Treatment, Application, and Use of Indian Corn. 434
  • Anderson, Sir James Caleb. Locomotive and other Carriages, 275
  • Anderson, John, Floating Batteries, 53
  • Anderson, Frederick William, and Joseph Beanland, Consumption of Suit,ice, 13
  • Anquetin, Modeste, Traveller's Watch, 275
  • Am A ens, nthony, Moulds or Forms for Loaves of Sugar, 274
  • Appleby, Richard, Washing Machines, 156
  • Armitage, %% illiam, and Henry Lea, 51anu facture of Iron, 355
  • Armistead, Henry. Picker in Power Looms, 335
  • Armstrong. William George, Ordii:ince, 194
  • Arrowsmith, Peter Bothwell, and Robert Caunce, Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Materials, 513
  • Arthur, Gabriel, Bricks, Tiles, &c., 377
  • Ashby, William, Water %% heels, 455
  • Askew, Charles, and John Askew, and Henry Myers, Hydraulic and Refrigerating Apparatus for Raising Sunken Vestels, &c.. 416
  • Aston. John, and John Brant, Covered Buttons, &c., 13
  • Atkin, Isaac, and Marmadukc Miller, Folding Lace. &c., 53
  • Atkin. I.. and Marmsduke Miller, Dividing Lace, 335
  • Aubert, Louis Decire, Fastenings for Secur-R ilk in the Chairs, 475
  • Austen. John, Extractinz Silk and other Textile and Vegetable Substances from the Bark and Leaves of Mulberry Trees, 1;5
  • Austin, W Miami, Pipes or Tubes, 13
  • Autran, Augubtin Leopold, Wicks of Candles, 6:c., 114
  • Avery, John, Purifying Schistous or Pitu-minuus Oils, 275
  • Avery, J.. Preserving Eutter, 315
  • Avery, J., Washing Machine, 416
  • Avery, J., Mills for Grinding Corn. &c., 475
  • Ayckbourn, Frederick, Stockings, 7.1
  • Ayles, Thomus, and Robert Andrew Ayles, jun., Construction of Ships, 134
  • Bagshaw, John, and John Paine Hard', Medicinal Mixtures for curing Diseases of Cattle, 156
  • Bailey, Joseph Sharp, Combing Wool, c., 53
  • Baird John, Planting Potatoes, 74
  • Rainy, Julian Louis Guillaume, Winding up Clocks, 53
  • Baker, Charles Henry. Signal Alarum, 351
  • lial:er, David, Paper, 71
  • Baker, 1)., Compounds of Alumina and of NIagnesig, 194
  • Baldwin, Thomas, Indicators for Registering Pre,siire, 43-1
  • Bala3trini, Pierre Alberto, Electric Telegraphs, 134
  • Ball, Henry, Repeating and other Fire. Arras, •193
  • Ball, Thomas, Portable Oren for Baking, 215
  • Ball, T., IValp Fabrics foi the Manufacture of Olove,,, 235
  • Ball. T., and John Wilkins, Looped Fabrics, Gloves, &c , 95
  • Banks, John, Life Preserver, 64e., 235
  • Ranks, 1ViIliam, and John Batilt, Apparatus to be Employed for Washing and Scouring Cotton, Linen, and other Textile Fabrics, 294
  • Bannister, Joseph Jame., Watch and Property Protector Pocket, 216
  • Baranow.ki, Jean Joseph, Signalling, 3")1
  • Barber, Harby, Knitting Machinery, 215
  • Barber, John, Compound Printing Maundrills, 210
  • Barcroft, Barnard, Dyeing and Printing, 4;6
  • Bardin, Jean Louis Frederic, Ornamentation, 274
  • Barker, James, Propeller for Ships and Vessels, 394
  • Barker, Stephen, Steel, 335
  • Barlow, Charles, Consuming Smoke, 355
  • Barlow, William Henry, and Henry Woodhouse, Permanent Way of Railways, 114
  • Barlow, W. H., and James Samuel, Cast Iron Sleepers for Railways, 31 5
  • Barlow, W. H., and William Hemingway Mills, Permanent Ways of Railways, 455
  • Barnes, Charles Richard, Hulling and Cleaning Rice, etc., 416
  • Barnes, Edmund F., Telegraphic Instrument., 394
  • Barnett, George, Fasteners for Parts of Garments. 235
  • Barnett, Louis, Garments, 416
  • Barr, William, Actual Measurement for delineating Garments, 513
  • Barraclough, James Samaon, Grinding Dye-Wares, 53
  • Barekam, John, Mats or Fabrics for Packing, 114
  • Barteau, Pierre Alexandre, Gabriel Guy, and Charles Corroy, Artificial Stone, 455
  • Bartholomew, Charles, and Jobn Heptinstall, Rolling Tyres and Hoops for Railway Wheel., 475
  • Bartholomew, George, Tanners' and Curriers' Knives, 416
  • Barton, Luke, and Edwin Stanley Brookes, Knitted Fabric, 254
  • Batchelor, Henry, steam Boilers, 63
  • L'audoin, Felix NIarie, Wires of Electric Tele graphs and Machinery, 335
  • Bauwens, Felix Lieven, Treating Fatty Matters, 175
  • Baylis, Charles, Roads and W ays, 251
  • Bedson, George, Coating and Insulating Wire, 114
  • Bedson, G., Coating Metals, 131
  • Bedson, G., Coating Metal with Metallic Compounds, etc., 175
  • Beaumesnil, Pierre Victor, and Charles Erhard, Carriage', 355
  • Beaumont, Edward Blackest, Lamps and Apparatus used in Coal Mines, 315
  • Beater, Louis, Propelling Vessels, 32
  • Beech, John, and John Williams, Securing the Rails of Railways, 3.55
  • Bellons Jean Baptiste, Mordants for use in Dyeing Processes, 394
  • Bellshaw, Joseph, Knit Fahrics, 394
  • Bennett, John, Joint for Fishing Rods, &c., 194
  • Bennett, Richard, Papering Needles, 455
  • Benoist, Jean Jaques Constant, Applying Marls on Paper fur Postal Purposes, 354
  • Bentley, Newton, and John Alcock, Forging and Stamping Metals, &c , 494
  • Bequemin, Louis Laurent, Cocks, 494
  • Berger, Emanuel, and Jules Edouard Matile, Beating and Brushing Carpets, 315
  • Bernard, Julian, Boots and Slices, 175
  • Bernard, J., Fastenings for Uniting Wood and other Materials, 455
  • Bessemer Henry, Iron and Steel, 134
  • Best, Robert, lamination. 215
  • Bethune, Donald, Consuming Smoke, 355
  • Bethune, D., Consuming Smoke in Furnaces and ( hirnneve. 513
  • Betteley, Jiiseph, Machinery for Lifting and Working Anchors, Cables, &c., 216
  • Bielefeld, Charles Frederick, Preparing Sur. faces of Fibrous Slabs, 391
  • Billiard, Julien, Furnacea and other Fireplaces, 394
  • Billing, Martin, Metallic Cornice Ends, 394
  • Binks, Christopher, Compounds of Cyanogcu, 74
  • Binks, C , Manufacture of Iron, 74
  • Biram, Benjamin, Washing Minerals, (.16
  • Birkby, Beevers, Pointed Wire Fillets, 13
  • Bird, John, Window Heads and Sills, &c , 114
  • Birkin, Richard, kin., and Thomas Isaac Birkin, Figured Lace, 335
  • Bishop, Demerit Albert, 416
  • Bissel., Levi, Trucks fur Locomotive Engines, 431
  • Blackburn, Ilewick, Pens, 513
  • Blackburn, Isaac, and Robert Blackburn, Implements to be Emp:oyed in Agriculture. 191
  • Blacklidge, William, jun., and George Read, Churns, 475
  • Blain, James, Jacquard Apparatus, 13
  • Blakey, Alexander Theophilus, Ordnance, 216
  • Blanc, Julien, Making Bread and Biscuits, 21.5
  • hands, Alfred A., Moulling and Casting the Plates or Bases of Art iticial Teeth, 455
  • Blittikowski, Gustav Adolph, Breech. Loading Fire- Arms, 114
  • Blumberg, Victor. Billiard Tables, 513
  • Boden, William, 1:1u.hing Water-Closets and Urinals. 275
  • Bodmer, Rudolph, Steerin,.; Ships, 274
  • Bodmer, It., Safety Val% es for .'team Boilers, 416
  • Bonny, William Wolfe, Composition in Lieu of Argol, Tartar, and Tartaric Acid, 455
  • Bowe, Thomas Latham, and Richard Boote, Ornamental Pottery and Articles made from Clay, 513
  • Booth, Peter, Stuffing for Beds, Couches, &c., 416
  • Borron, William Geddeg, Stoppering Bottles, &c., 455
  • Bottomley, Joseph, Christopher Hodson. and William Fielder, Mules for Spinning, 431
  • Bougleux, Henry, Steam Boilers, 74
  • Bourdier, Charles Alexis, and Victor Masselon, Obtaining and Applying Motive Power, 235
  • Bourne, John, St.-am Train for Navigating Shallow Risers, 74
  • Bourne, J., Generation and Application of Motive Power, 335
  • Bousfield, George Tomlinson, Looms, 13
  • Bousfield, G. T., Sewing Machines, i 1 i
  • Bousfield, G. T., Coating iron with Tin, 156
  • Bousfield, G. T., Lamps for Burning Resin Oil, 175
  • Bousfield, G. T., Compressing Clay and other Materials Applicable to the Manufacture of Bricks, 274
  • Bousfield, G. T., Treating India Rubber and Gnarl Percha, in order to tender them Impermeable to Illutniiating and other Gases, 335
  • Bousfield, G. T., Pulverising Clay and other Substances, 455
  • Bowcock, Elias, Cords to be used in Skirts and Petticoats, 191
  • Bowden, Thomas, Discharging of Water Resulting f.-oin the Condensing of Steam used in Apparatus Heated by Steam, 275
  • Bowditch, William Renwick, Varnish for Water Colours, '251
  • Bower, Alfred, Keels of Navigable Vessels, 114
  • Bower, George, Gas, 254
  • Bower, Joseph, Treating Animal Matter. for Manure, 32
  • Bower, Leonard, Bolts, Rivets, Spikes, &e , 133
  • Bowers, William Hadfield, Distillation, 13 Box, William Henry, Fish Hook, 335
  • Boydell, James, Combining Ploughs with Loco. motive Engines , 131
  • Rowley, Robert Kanzow, Boots, 324 Doyle, Thomas, Lanterns. 133
  • Bradley, Henry, and Elmit Wray, Beaters used in Threshing Machines, 315
  • Bradley, Richard, and William Craven, Mal:-ing Bricks and Tiles. 475
  • Bradshaw, William Frederick Taylor, Pille t«. and other like Knives, 274
  • Braithwaite, Frederick, Extracting the Iron from Tin Ores, 74
  • Brandon, David Hunter, Fastenings for Shutters, &c., 416
  • Braun, Louis. Caps, 13
  • Bray, William, Traction Engines, Brazil, Clarence, and William Nicholas Crummack, Looms for Weaving, 174
  • Brethnn, Louis Julien, Drain Pipe, Bricli, and Tile Machinery, 96
  • Bridges, Henry, Springs and Buffer Cases for Railway Purposes, 275
  • Bridgwood, Jesse, Connecting Pipes to the Basins of Water-Closets, 175
  • Brlerly, Henry. Mules used in Spinning, 475
  • Brigg., Jessie, Looms for Weaving. 235
  • Briggs, Thomas. and John Starkey, Washing, Wringing, and Mangling, 455
  • Bright, Charles Tilston, Laving down Submarine Telegraph Cables, Ste., 394
  • Bright. C. T., and Charles De Bergue, Laying or Sinking of Submarine Telegraph Cables, 455
  • Broad, Jamey, Application of Artificial Boards or Papier MacliC, 335
  • Brooks, Edgar, Gun Barrels, and other Articles of Light Manufacture, 513
  • Brooks, E , Fire. A rms, 394
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, Sulphate of Soda, 235
  • Brooman, R. A., Rendering Substances Uninflammable and Indurating Stone, btc., 53
  • Brooman, R. A., Driving the Spindles of Spinning Frames, 294
  • Brooman, R. A., Measuring Contents of Casks, 175
  • Brooman, R. A , Oil Cane, 475
  • Brooman, R. A., Lubricating Compositions, 133
  • Brooman, R. A., Rotary Engines, 74
  • Brooman, R. A., Preparation of Steel, and in Tyres, Shafts, Axles, &c., 475
  • Brooman, R. A., Bolts and Rivets, 335
  • Brooman, R. A., Steam Digging Apparatus, &c , 216
  • Brooman, R. A., Knitting Frames, 74
  • Brooman, R. A., Steam Windlass and Boiler, 6te., 394
  • Brooman, R. A., Articles of Earthenware and other Ceramic Material", 74
  • Brooman, R. A., Protective Matting for Sheltering Plants, Shrubs, 6:c., 1.6
  • Brooman, R. A., Doubling Fibrous Materials, 74
  • Brooman, R. A., Lifting Jacks, 71
  • Brooman, R. A., Furnaces and Fire• Places, 274
  • Brooman, R. A., Treating and Bleaching Fibrous Vegetable Substance", &c., 335
  • Brooman, R. A., Preparation of Oil for Lighting, and in Lamps for Burning the same, 215
  • Brooman, R. A., Galvanic Batteries, 9C
  • Brooman, R. A., Petticoats, &c.. 114
  • Brooman, R. A., Disinfecting Alcohol, &c., 304
  • Brooman, R. A., Projectile, 335
  • Brooman, R. A., Distillation and Rectification of Spirits. etc.. 394
  • Brooman, R. A., Refining of Sugar, 1."):)
  • Brooman, R. A., Treating Pile F:-hricN, 7 I
  • Brooman, R. A., Steam Engine, 71
  • Brooman, R. A., Elevating Water, 1:16
  • Brooman, R. A., Splitting Leather, &c., 315
  • Brooman, R. A., Woollen Hats and Bonnets, 156
  • Brooman, R. A., Preparing Thread', 174
  • Brooman, R. A., Propelling Vessels, 96
  • Brooman, R. A., Constructing and Heating Buildings and Apparatus for the Winding of Silk from the Cocoon, 254
  • Brooman, R. A., Obtaining Motive Power, 173.
  • Brooman, R. A., Gas Burners, 513
  • Brooman, R. A., Maintaining the Water Level in Boilers, :74
  • Brooman, R. A., Mixing, Solidifying, Pressing, and Moulding, 355
  • Brooman, R. A., Locomotive Apparatus for Rail and Ordinary !toady, 455
  • Brooman, R. A., Portable Building", 53
  • Brooman, R. A., Locks of Fire Arms, 175
  • Brooman, R. A., Zincing or Coating Metals with Zinc, and in Cleaning Metals. 275
  • Brooman, R. A., Skirts or Petticoats, 216
  • Brooman, R. A., Sawing Machinery, 53
  • Brooman, R. A., Preventing the Heating of Axles, 134
  • Browning, John, Stereoscopes, 13
  • Brown, Henry, Material Resembling Ivory, 455
  • Brown, James, Preparing Paper to enable it to Receive an Impression from an Engraved Block or Plate, or other Printing Agent, while in a Dry State, 235
  • Brown, John, Ships' Yard, 53
  • Brown, J., Steam Boiler Explosions, 513
  • Brown Thomas, Capstans, 294
  • Brown, T., and George Parry, Iron, 175
  • Brown, William, Preparing Tapes for the Market, 254
  • Brown, William Henry, Coffins, &c., 156
  • Brundish, Andrew, Mounting Knobs, &c., Ti
  • Brtmel, Bonnet Frederick, Raising Sunken Vessels, 355
  • Bruton. Charles, sen., Charles Bruton, jun., Francis James Bruton, and Samuel Rogers Bruton, Azure Blue for Domestic Purpobes, 251
  • Buisson, Claude Ant;,ine. Rotary Engines, 455
  • Bunker, Charles J , Life Preserver, 355
  • Burke, Michael, Nlariners' Compasses, 13 Burke, M , Anchors, 13
  • Burrell, Charles, Portal,le Steam-Engines, 394
  • Burrow, Rev. James, Coating Wrought Iron, 391
  • Burrows, James, Steam Engines, 174
  • Bursletn, and John Burslem, Picker to be used in Power Looms for Weaving, 215
  • Burton, John Watson, and George Pyr, Pret,s-ing and Crushing Flax, Hemp, and other I•ibrous Substances, 493
  • Burton, Thornss, and Simeon Lord, Self. Acting Steam-ripe Regulator, Ste., 416
  • Burton, NV i.liam Samuel, Rollers for Printing Fabrics, 377
  • Butlor, Augustus Frederick, Pulping Coffee, 315
  • Caddick, James, Th(smas 'lemmings, and David Caddick, Puddling and Balling Fur. Daces for Heating and Melting Iron or Steel, 394
  • Cadet, Eugene Napoleon, Cocks and Taps, 133
  • Cadiat, Joseph Nicolas Victur, Centriinal Force in Purifying Minerals, 175
  • Caillaud, Jean Marie Leonidas, Removing the Fur from the skins of Rabbits, and Preparing Skins for Tanning, 416
  • Calvert, Frederick Crace, stiffening and Size. ing Textile Fabrics and Paper, 133
  • Calvert, Francis Alton, Ginning Cotton and for CI( aninv and Carding Cotton, 2151
  • Cambridge, William Colborne, Portable Rail war, 13
  • Cambridge, W. C., Chain Harrows, 394
  • Cambridge, W. C., Winnowing Corn and Separating Seed., 455
  • Cammell, Charles, Axles for Hallway Carriatzes, and Shafts for various Purpo,es. -i3 I
  • Campbell, Samuel, Preserving Vegetable Substances 29.1
  • Csinpiti, Frederick, New Textile Fabric, 53
  • Campin, W ., Certain Textile Fabrics, 156
  • carbonino, Rose Celestine, No,e Brio, 475
  • Cars abs., John, Registering Index for Gas Meter., 475
  • Carr, John, Hackling Flax and other Fil,rons Substances, 455
  • Carron, ‘‘'illiam, Nail, Spike, or Bolt, 475
  • Carruthers, John Anderton, Foi ming the Lease in Sizeing or Weaving, 95
  • Carter, David, Cleansing the Waste of Woollen or other Fibrous Manufactures, 475
  • Cartwright, Henry, Working Eccentrics on Steam Engines, 175
  • Carwoort, NVilliam, Steam Eligines, 13
  • Ca%saignes, Victor, Metallic PeRS and Penholders, 254
  • Cassels, Robert, and Thomas Morton, Iron, 354
  • Cater, Henry, Steam Boilers, 133
  • Cato, Peter, and Joseph Bettelev, Masts, Yards, and Spars for Ships, Sic , 215
  • Castville, Adolphe Louis, Shoes and Boots, 416
  • Cavanna, Gerolamo, Obtaining Motive Power, 391
  • Cawood, John, James Beeson, William Smith, and Richard Henchley, Valves of Steam Engines, 13
  • Chaddock, Thomas, Steam Engine and Boiler, 416
  • Chamberlin, Henry, jun., Ploughing Land, 133
  • Chamberlin, H., jun., Paving Roads, 131
  • Chambers, Austin, and William Harrison Champion, Working Railway Brakes, 175
  • Chanter, John, and John ‘Valietield, Fire-Boxes of Locomotives, 9t;
  • Chanter, J , and David Annan, Furnaces when Moveable Fire Bars are used, 377
  • Chaplus, Pierre Benoit, Ribbons, Trimmings, Fringes, and Healds, 491
  • Chappuis, Paul Emile, Stereoscopes, 513
  • Chastagnou, Marius, Tuyeres, 354
  • Chatel, Charles, Blinds, Screens, &c., 416
  • Chatwin, Joseph, Expanding Slide for Sustain-trg Gas lights, 156
  • Chavanon, Dither Elizabeth Ernest De, Cleaning Fabrics and Skins, 13
  • Chedgey, John, Mangling, Calendering, or Pressing Goods, 335
  • Cheetham, David, Steam Boilers, 114
  • Cheetham, D., Preparing, Spinning, and Reeling Cotton, &c., 215
  • Cheatham, James Kinder, and Thomas South-worth, Substances for Sizeing or Finishing Yarn or Thread, &e., 27)4
  • Chibnall, James Russell, Consuming Smoke, 156
  • chilik, William, jun., Construction of Expansible Boxes, Cases, &c., 315
  • Chowen, George, Preventing further Casual. ties on the Goodwin Sands, 171
  • Chrime', Richard, Regulating the Pressure of Fiuidv, 'it;
  • Christie, Hector, Finishing and Polishing Threads, &c., '215
  • Clair, Joseph Etienne Marie Jean, Propelling on Water and in the Air, 513
  • Clark, Alexander, Revolving Window Shutters and Blinds, Ste., 215
  • Clark. Arthur, Signal Lamps, 1.-A;
  • Clark, Edwin, RIlibinQ Sii I 1)3 out of Water, : 14
  • Clark, E., Floating Do. kri, 114
  • Clark, Josiah Latimer, Lighting Coal Mines, 354
  • Clark, Moses, Henry Oldfield, and William Salmon, Manufacture of Paper, 491
  • Clark, William, Railway Chairs, 194
  • Clark, W., Indicating the Pressure of Steam, 355
  • Clark, W., Air and Waterproof Coatings, 53
  • Clark, W., Sheet Glass, 215
  • Clark, W., Embroidering, 416
  • Clark, W., Preparation of the Colouring Matter called bIurertide, 475
  • Clark, W., Silk and Machinery used therein, -175
  • Clark, William Stettinius, Grating Substances. 194
  • Clark, W. S., and Benjamin Moore, Producing Butter, 493
  • Clark, W. S., and B. Moore, Animal Trapp, 494
  • Clark, W. S., Printing PresFeg, 493
  • Clark, William Thomas, Portable Metallic Spring Mattrass, 315
  • Clarke, George Miller, Moulded Candle, 53
  • Clarke, Samuel, Candles and Night Lights, 235
  • Claus, Charles Frederick, Obtaining Tin frim craps of Tinned Sheet Iron, 74
  • Clay, John, Portable Printing Instrumeiv, L3
  • Clay, 1VillIam, Iron and Steel. 377
  • Clerk, Francis Nortb, Metallic Rooting, 114
  • Clayton, Dimas. Ornamenting and Embos ing. Wool and other similar Materials, 215
  • Cochrane, Charles, Heating Blast, 156
  • Cochrane, C., Heating of the Blast for Blast Furnaces, 394
  • Cochrane, John Richard, Tr, atment of Ornamental Fabrics, 455
  • Cocker, James, Wire, 194
  • Codet-Negrier, Jean Leonard, Boots, Shoes, Harness, and other Articles, 493
  • Cogan, Henry, Adjustable Connexion of Joint particularly applicable to Agricultural Implements. 475
  • Cole, James Edward, Working the Sails of Square Sail Vessels, 294
  • Colladon, Daniel, Boring and Cutting Stone and Ventilating, 377
  • lher, George, and James William Crossley, Apparatus used in Hot-pressing, 13
  • Collier, G., and Edwin Heywood, Steam Boilers, 13
  • Collier, G., Preparing Printed or Parti-coloured Yarns for Manufacture into Fabrics, 513
  • Collier, G., Piled Fabric Apparatus, 13
  • Collins, John, Furnaces and Flue!, 416
  • Collyer, Robert Hanham, Preparing the Residue of Beetroot, Mangel-Wurtzel, &c., to be used as Material in Making Paper, Papier Mach6, Millboard, &c., 513
  • Collier, R. H., Cleaning and Purifying Whc:it and other Grain, 29.1
  • Comb, John, Power Looms, Szc. 16
  • Constance, Francois.
  • Casting and Finishing Types and Vignettes, 134
  • Cook, Charles, Generating Draughts in Chimneys, 74
  • Cook, Edward, and James Stokes, Certain parts of Metallic Bedsteads, 315
  • Cook, James Edgar, Composition for the Prevention of the Decay and Fouling of Ships' Bottoms and other Exposed Surfaces, 493
  • Cooke, Joseph, and William Cooke, Rotary Machine, 114
  • Cooke, John Tertius, Knobs and Roses for Doors mid other similar l'urposes, 416
  • Cooke, Thomas, Ventilators for Omnibuses, 156
  • Cook, William, Apparatus for Ventilating, 194
  • Cooley, Robert Barlow, Knitted Fabrics, 215
  • Cooper, Daniel, Thomas Wood Heaton, and Thomas Lee Langshaw, Ventilation, 156
  • Collins, William Henry, Attaching Knobs to Spindles, 294
  • Cooper, James Davis, Producing Engraved Substances for Surface Printing, 315
  • Cooper, George Pate, Shirt Collars, 95
  • Corals, des, Au:ruste Fournier, Lamps, 13
  • Comes, John, Chaff Cutting Machines, 13
  • Cornides, Louis, Gelatine and Glue, 475
  • Corrado, Nicolino, Purifying Fatty Matter, -194
  • Cory, William, Coke, 434
  • Cottam, Louis Le Chevalier, Stable Fittings, 493
  • Cotterill, Edwin, Preventing the Picking of Ordinary Locks, 475
  • Coulon, Pascal Florentir,, Velveting Paper and Textile Fahric9, -175
  • Courenq. Henry Felix, Ruling Paper, 394 Conti s, John. Uniting the Parts of Floatin g Bodi. 355
  • Coward, Richard Atkinson, Screw or Submerged Propellers, 254
  • Cowburn, Thomas, Jonathan Preston, and Jeremiah Shetlock, Regulating and Indicating Pressure, 156
  • Cowper, Charles, Electro Plating, 32
  • Cowper, C., Making Drains, &c., 215
  • Cowper, C., Shot and Shells for Rifled Ordnance, 294
  • Cowper, C., Substitute for Leather, 215
  • Cowper, C., Electroplating and Depositing Metals, 416
  • Cox. Richard Reeves, Artificial Fuel, 531
  • Crabtree. Thomas, Card-setting Machines, Ric., 53
  • Craddock, Thomas. Steam Engine and Boiler, 335
  • Cranstoun, George Cranstoun Trotter, George Young, and John Lovell, Generating Steam, 134
  • Crawford, George, Pianofortes, 475
  • Crawford, John, Heating and Cooking Apparatus, 455
  • Crawley. John, Collars and Wristbands, 194
  • Cresswell, Randal, Typha Velvet,' suitable for Carpets, &c., 513
  • Crickmay, Charles, Breech loading Guns or Pistols, &c., 175
  • Crighron, William, and Peter Foxcroft, Preparing Cotton or other Fibrous Substances to be Spun, 416
  • Croll, Alexander Angus, Coal Gas, 74
  • Crook, James, Looms for Weaving Elastic Fabrics, &c., 215
  • Crook, John Rowland, Hat Tips and Boxes or Cases, 251
  • Crook, Samuel Thomas, Iron Retorts, Safes, Cisterns, &c., 355
  • Crooker, Mathew Augustus, Paddle Wheels, 354
  • Crosland, James Stead, Locomotive and other Engines. 134
  • Crossley. Charles, Dan Leeming, and John Crossley, Heatinz, and In Taps to be employed in combination therewith. SEC., 254
  • Crossley, John, Smoothing Glass, 377
  • Cruikshank, John, Rolling Iron and Steel Wire, 194
  • Cudworth, James Janson, Locomotive Furnaces, 355
  • Cumine, James Andrew, and Colin Hunter, Electro-magnetic Engines and Batteries, 377
  • Cunningham, Henry Duncan Preston, Sails and in the Reeling and Furling of Sails, 254 Curtis, William Joseph, Railway Axle-tree Boxes, 7-1
  • Curtis, J , Facilitate Passengers ascending to and descending from the Roofs of Omnibuses, 416
  • Dandraut, Achille Constantin, Preserving Organised Animal and Vegetable Matters, 254
  • Danger8eld, John, Chains, 134
  • Danre, Georges, Pierre Fortune Victor Mouths,* and Pierre A Brien Mercier, Carbonising or Distilling Wood, Peat, Oil. Cake. Coal, for the Production of Gas, 274
  • Danre, George, Pierre Fortune Victor Mouil-lard, and Pierre Adrien Mercier, Heating by Gas, 235
  • Darby, Charles Edward, Collecting the Inflammable Gases Generated in Blast Furnaces, 434
  • D'Arcet, Jean Eugene, Distilling and Rectify. ing 'I'ur, Resin, and other Matters, &c., 377
  • Davenport, Thomas William and Samuel Cole, Manufacturing and Ornamenting Articles in Papier Macke, 274
  • Davies, David, Steps for Carriages, 254
  • Davies, George, Laying Underground Telegraphic Wires, 377
  • Davies, George, Self-Inking Stamp for Printing Cards, &c., 251
  • Davis. Edward, Pressure Gauge, 455
  • Davis, George, Name Plate for Doors, 32
  • Davy, Joseph, and William Bentley, Looms for Weaving, 416
  • Dawson, Alfred, Wrought-Iron Cock, 455
  • Div, John Ris.ck, and Joseph Lester Hinks, Knobs and Handles, 95
  • Day, William Charles, Portmanteaus, 315 Dean, Thomas, Looms, 335
  • Deane, Henry Daniel, Floats or Paddle Boards of Paddle Wheels, 377
  • Dearden, Henry, Power Looms, 355
  • De Bergue, Charles, Laying the Permanent Way of Railways, 174
  • De Bergue, C., Marine Steam Engines, 213
  • De Bussy, Charles, Reduction of Zinc Ores, 156
  • Derle, Antoine, and Francois Alexander Drault, Bracelets, 175
  • Deelev, George, Preventing the Explosion of Steam Boilers, 513
  • Deeley, William Clarke, Reducing Copper Ores, 53
  • Degrand, Louis Emile Ossian, Lenticular Glasses for Lighting and Reflecting, 216
  • Dehaynin, Felix, Moulding and Pressing Artificial Fuel, 64c., 53
  • De Lavigerie, Pierre Ernest Lavaud, Comforters, Scarfs, &c., 156
  • Delon, Alexander, Mould for the Manufacture of Buttons, 354
  • Delperdange, Victor, Metallic and Elastx Packing, 13
  • Delsarte, Francois Alexandre Nicolas, and Elisee Valin, Pianos and other Stringed Instruments, 133
  • Denham, Simeon, Self-Acting Machine for the Delivery of Postage and Receipt, Stamps, 315
  • Dennett, Charles Colton, Floors and Ceilingc of Buildings."
  • Dennison, John, and Henry Hirst, Looms for Weaving, 114
  • Deplanque, Louis Etienne, Setting Fine Edged Instruments, 355
  • Dering, George Edward, Lighting and Warm. ing Trains, 156
  • Deriey, Joseph Jules, Lozenges, Wafers, S:c., 275
  • Desborougb, Spendlove, Seal Flaps of Envelopes and Letter Paper, 434
  • Desrues, Paul, Purifying Gas, 96
  • Desvignes, Peter Hubert, Preparing Flax, Hemp, &c., 194
  • Dethier, Theodore, Knife Cleaner, 32 Devincenzi, Giuseppe, Producing Figures and Designs upon Plates for Printing from, k33 Dinglinger, Rudolph, Pumps, 513
  • Di Termini, Gustave Perez, Artiticial Hands, 133
  • Doelling, George Leonard, Forming;:crew Threads, 134
  • Dolby, Henry, and Edwin Thomas Dolby, Printing several Colours in succession on the same Surface, 234
  • Dolleans, Louis Charley, Ornamenting Porcelain, China, Opal glass, Sm., by Lithographic Chromo-Lithographic Printing and Gilding, 455
  • Donny, Francois, Lamps, 32
  • Dopter, Alfred Jean Vincent, Ornamenting, 513
  • Draper, John, Grating and Crushing Slit and Sugar, 32
  • Draper, Samuel, Retarding and Stopping Carriages on Railways, and in Cocks or Taps used for su, h Purposes, Stc . 235
  • Dubois, Julien Charles. Castors, 455
  • Dudebout, Jean Francois, Looms for Weaving, 166
  • Duhamel, Hippolyte, Fabrication of Glass, 377
  • Dumarchey. Francois Frederic, Samuel Levy, and Joseph Mayer, Wheels and Axles, 74
  • Dunbar, Alexander Arthur, Lowering Ships'
  • Boat., 74
  • Dunnett, Matthew, Embroidering of Sewing, 394
  • Durant, Anguish Honour Augustue, Omnibuses, 313
  • Durant, A. H. D., Indicating the Distance Travelled by Carriages, 234
  • Duyck, James Edward, Treating Cotton Seed, 254
  • Dyer, Samuel. Ships' Fittings, 133
  • Dyer, S., Ships' Windlasses, Capstans, &c., 215
  • Dyson, George Walter, Tilting Iron and Steel, or any other Malleable Substance by Perpendicular Motion, 254
  • Early, George Douglass, and John William Edmonds, Producing (lass Designs, Figures and Patterns, 416
  • Easterbrook, John, and Robert Francis Drury, Drilling and Boring, 434
  • Ecroyd, William Farrer, and Jonathan Hayworth, and George Scarr, Looms, .53
  • Eddington, Alfred, Ploughing, Tilling, and Draining Land, 416
  • Edridge, John, Safety Pins, 114
  • Edridge, John, Pins and Clasps, 32
  • Edwards, David Owen, Ventilating and Removing the Products of Combustion of Fuel and of Respiration from Apartments, 235
  • Edwards, Edmund, and Edward Beacher, Washing or Cleansing Mineral Substances, 355
  • Edwards. Edward, Fastening Stair Rods and other Rods, 513
  • Edwards, Edward, Chains for Cables, 216
  • Edwards, Joseph Statterie, Application of a Certain Foreign Fruit as an Article of Food, 235
  • Edwards, Thomas, and Daniel Rowley, Rolling Taper Bars. 114
  • Effertz, Peter, Bricks, 475
  • Elce, John, and John Hewitt, Mules for Spinning and Doubling, 134
  • Elce. John, and Samuel Hartley, Moulding, 216
  • Elce, John, and Samuel Hartley, Moulding Machinery, 32
  • Elev, Edward, Pipes for Heating Purposes. 475
  • Ellbs, William Irlam, Steam Engines, 493
  • Elliott, John, Rivets, Bolts, &c., 53
  • Ellis, Joseph, Artificial Stone, 475
  • Ellis, Thomas, lndia-rubber and Gutta-percha, 156
  • Elliston, Henry Twisleton, Hanging and Closing Doors, 13
  • Emery, Richard, Agricultural Implements for Breaking Clods of Earth, 13
  • England, Joseph, Machinery for Washing and W ringing, 355
  • Engledue, John Ralph, and William Cullis, Ventilators for Ships' Cabins, Apartments, and Places, 493
  • Engstrom, Carl Christian, Projectiles. 133
  • Errnen, Godfrey, and Francis Spencer, Bands, Straps, or Belts for Driving Machinery, 235
  • Eskholme, George, and Henry Wilkes, Ball Cock 134
  • Eskholrne, G. H. W., Preventing Waste of Water, 114
  • Evans, John Campbell, Railway Rolling Stock, 315
  • Fairbairn, Peter, and Thomas Marsden, Heckling Fibrous Materials, 455
  • Falconer, David, Raising and Forcing of Water, 175
  • Farrar, James, Regulating the Pressure and Flow of Gas, 156
  • Faulkner, Samuel, Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Substalices, 254
  • Fay, Charles, Railway Carriages and Brakes, 32
  • Fe.lows, Frank Perks, Hinges, Cocks, and other Jointed Articles, 494
  • Fenn, Joseph, Oil Cans, 1 i 5
  • Fenton, James, Connecting the Feed Pipes of Locomotive Engines and Tenders, 216
  • Ferro, Francesco, " Ferns" Paper, 14
  • Field, James Richard, Julius Goodman, and Louis Goodman, Trowsers, 254
  • Fie ding, Joseph, stem Pipes or Cylinders used for Heating and Drying, 216
  • Fielding, J., Steam Pipes for Heating and Drying, 475
  • Finch, Edward, Railway Breaks, 355
  • Findlater, William, and William KeetleY, Carriages, 274
  • Firth, Josiah, and Joseph Crabtree, Power Looms for Weaving Fancy Goods, 194
  • Fitton, Frederick Alexander, Preparing, Spinning, and Doubling, Cotton and other Fibrous Substances, 315
  • Fitton, Richard, and Samuel Hall, Spinning Cotton and other Fibrous Substances, 455
  • Fitzgibbon, Abraham, Form of Rails for use in Railways, etc., 475
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Comte de, Railway Signal Apparatus, 13
  • Fontainemorean, P. A. le Comte de, Obtaining Motive Power, 32
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comt?. de, Fire Arms and Bullets, 134
  • Fontainemorean, P. A. le Comte de, W i::dow Shutters, 235
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, ringer and other Rings, 274
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Motive Power, 416
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Truck Apparatus for gloving Stones, &c , 434
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Detaching or Separating Calcareous Rocks, 475
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Floating Submerged Bodies, 494
  • Footman, William, Burners and Shades or Reflectors, 216
  • Forrest, Alexander, Belt or Band Fastenings, &c.. 194
  • Forsyth, George, Steam Cocking Apparatus, 275
  • Forsyth, Thomas, Locomotive and other Engines, 74
  • Fortesque, John, Smoke Consuming Furnaces of Bakers' Ovens. 156
  • Fortune, Nicolas, Knife Handles, 114
  • Foster, William, Petticoats, 13
  • Foster, W., W orsted aid Woollen Yarn, 475
  • Foucher, Louis Leon, Type, 215
  • Fournier, Benoit Amedce, Preventing Railway Acci'leats that occur through one Locomotive running into another, 377
  • Fowler, D.ivid Hamilton, Steam Boilers, 114
  • Fowler, John, jun., Giving Mutton to Ploughs, &c., 74
  • Fox, John, Music Scale, 335
  • Fox, John. Music Scale and Musical Instruments, 455
  • Fox, Samuel, Hardening and Tempering Steel Wire, &c 354
  • Fox, William. Steel Pens, 475
  • Francis, Alfred, Fo.stening Shutters and Doors, 394
  • Francis, Henry, Ploughing and Working Land, 377
  • Francis, John Henry, and Robert Ord, Cleaning Casks, 455
  • Fulton, Hamilton Henry, and 'Thomas Bodley Etty, Generation and Application of Steam Power for Propelling, Hauling, Driving, or Conveying, particularly applicable to Farming Purposes, 194
  • Gal., William Sullivan, Rendering Joints Fluid Tight, 355
  • Galton, Robert Cameron, Giving Alarm to the Inmates of Dwelling Houses, 114
  • Gandine, Odoardo, Indicating Target, 174
  • Garand, Florentin, Transmitting Motion, &c., 156
  • Garnett, John, Corsets, 416
  • Gatti, Agostino, Seeds, Buds, Sic., for Artificial Flowers and Fruits, 455
  • Georges, Edouard Vincent Jules Laurent, Preserving Animal Substances for Food, 74
  • Gerhard, Fre.lerick William, Obtaining Aluminium, 32
  • Geyelin George Kenneth', Oscillating Spring Laths for Beds, &c.. 434
  • Giajola, Charles Ernile, Moderator Lamps, 274
  • Giandonati, Rafaelo Louis, Over Shoes, 13
  • Gibbs, Joseph, Extracting Gold and Silver from their Matrices, &c , 96
  • Gibson, Robert, Signaling on Railways, 53
  • Gilbee, William Armand, Treating Beet Root for Vinegar, 74
  • Gilbee, W. A., Reefing and Reducing Top Sails, 394
  • Gilman, Thomas, Packing Cases, 13
  • Gilroy, James, Applying Starch to Woven Fabrics, 175
  • Gim.on, George, Steam Engines, 194
  • Gimson, Josiah, Preventing Explosions, 355
  • Girard, Hippolyte Benigne, Insulating Telegraphic Wires or Conductors, and in Apparatus for Stretching such Wires, 315
  • Glayser, Henry, Steam Engine Boiler and other Furnaces, 275
  • Glebw, John Henry, Fastening Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes, 254
  • Glover, Joseph, and John Bold, jun.. Photography as applied to Dial•, Tablets, and Pictures, 216
  • Glover, William, Looms for Weaving, 377
  • Glover, %V., Machinery for Weaving, 475
  • G iodet, Auguste, Reefing Sails, 216
  • Goode, Samuel Jabez, Depositing Metallic Alloys by Electricity, 315
  • Goodfellow, Benjamin, Steam Boilers, 53
  • Goodman, John, Holding together Letters, Music, Sc., 194
  • Goodman, Henry Horace, Locks, 53 Goodman, Julius, Abraham Myers, and Louis Goodman, Caps for the Head, 174
  • Goodwin, Arnold, Fixing the Flues of Boilers, 96
  • Goodyear, Charles, Waterproof Fabric, Applic:ible as a Substitute for Leather, Prutiella, and other Ornamental Fabrics and Stuffs, 335
  • Goodyear, C., Life Preserving Apparel, Sze., 394
  • Goodyear, C., Waterproof Boots and Shoes, 416
  • Goodyear, Charles, jun., Paper Knife, 416
  • Gossage, William, Sulphuric Acid, and Apparatus, 32
  • Gossage, W., Sulphuric Acid, 74
  • Gossage, W., Sulphuric Acid Apparatus, 96
  • Gossage, W., Soda and Potash, 216
  • Gossage, W., Certain Kinds of Soap, 416
  • Graham, John, Steering Apparatus, 315
  • Graham, Joseph, and James Shepherd, and Thomas Whitaker, Power Looms for Weaving, 175
  • Grahame, Thomas, Inland Navigation, 513
  • Grainville, Jean Louis Celestin le Francois de, Heating Apparatus, 53
  • Granger, Arthur, Safety Envelope, 315
  • Grant, John. Cooking by Gas, 13
  • Grant, William, Hurdles and Gates, 156
  • Grantham, Richard Boxall, and John Gran. 416m, and Henry Sharp, Graving Docks, Gras, Augustin, Obtaining Motive Power, 74
  • Granville, Williamillenry Dearing, Fire Arms, and Loading the Same, 475
  • Gratrix, John, and Christopher, Looms, 96
  • Gray, 'Thomas, Vegetable Fibres from Mixed Fabrics, 254
  • Greaves, Hugh, Coupling or Connecting Pipes. Column., 6:c., whereby they become adapted for tie Support and Conveyance of Vehicles, &c., 254
  • Green, Daniel, Potters' Kilns, 134
  • Green, Henry, Stove to be Heated by Gas. 194
  • Green, Jacob, Furnaces for Burning Combustible Gases, 215
  • Green, J., Glass Lights and Apparatus for Ladling Glass, 73
  • Green, J., Gas Consuming Furnaces. and the Automatic Action of the Controlling Valves or Dampers of the said Furnaces. 275
  • Green, William, Substitutes for Leather, 174
  • cireeilhow. Joseph Seelie, Alarm Apparatus 'hen using Electric Currents, 455
  • Greenslade, William, and James Wood. Brushes, 175
  • Greenwood, Nathan James, Spinning Mules and Slubbing 11achines, 335
  • Greg, Robert Hyde, and Henry Russell Greg, and James Hope, Finishing Yarns, 32
  • Greves, Charles, Breech Loading tiuus and Pistols, 335
  • Griffiths, Robert, Vessels and Engines for Pro. pelting them, 13
  • Gripper. Elward, Treatment of the Fruit or Vegetable Algorabas,' as Food for Cattle, 416
  • Gripper, E., Washing, Drying, and Cleansing Corn, &c., 455
  • Grist, John, Mash Tuns and Apparatuv, &c , 216
  • Grouse, Michael, Stability to Life and other Boats, 216
  • Groyes, Samuel, Organs, 175
  • Grundy, Denis, Boots, Shoes, and Clogs. 434
  • Gunther, Gustav Julius, Preparing Blocks and Stones for Building, 354
  • Haddan, John Coops, Smelting Ores, Sic., 114
  • H iddan, J. C., Marine Steam Eoeints, 175
  • Haddan, J. C., Smelting and Refining Iron, 355
  • Haddan, J. C., Projectiles, 391
  • Haile, John, Nail Machinery, 131
  • Hale, Thomas Frederick, Tap or Cock, 431
  • Hale, William, Rolling Iron and Steel, 275
  • Ha:1, George Joseph, Finishing Fabrics made of Silk, 275
  • Hall, Henry, Thcostles for Doffing the Bobbins, 291
  • Hail, Thomas Young,Steam Gauges and Water Indicators, 354
  • Hallett, Marmaduke William, Securing Win. doer and other Openings in Buildings, 194
  • Hallett, Samuel, Pianofortes, 455
  • Halsall, William, and 'William Hayhurst, Self. acting Temple' to be employed in Power Looms, 215
  • Hamilton, Francis, Charles Burrell, and James Hamilton, Coatint; Iron and ',tiler Metals with Metallic Substances, 315
  • Hamilton, George, Woven Fabrics. 377
  • Lumber, James, Blacking for Boots, &c., 174
  • Hands, Johnson, Kilns, 355
  • Haasor, James, Consuming Gas, 335
  • Heirdaere, James, Preparing Cotton, Wool, &c. 96
  • Harding, Joi.m, Treatment of Metallic Ores, 175
  • Harding, William, Pistol Holsters, 513
  • Hardley, John, Brui,ing and Grinding Vegeta. ble Substances, 475
  • Hardman, William, and James Dugdale, Preparing Cotton, Flax, &c., 394
  • Hardstaff, George, Actuating the Breaks of Carriages used on Railways, and for Coupling such Carriagez, 254
  • Hargreaves, Benjamin, and Abraham Mosedale, Looms for Weaving, 71
  • Hargreaves, Williain, Preparing and Combing Wool, S:c, 156
  • Harland, John, Purifying Plastic Clay, 355
  • Harlow, Robert. Steam Boilers. 156 11arris, James, Motive Power, 74
  • Harris, J., Improved Lock, and method of acting upon Lock Bolts, Latches, Taps and Valves, Railway and other Signals, 95 Harris, J., Stopping Railway Carriages, 136
  • Harris, Joseph, Lighting Gas, 156 i
  • Harris, Josiah, Pneumatic Signal Apparatus, 13
  • Harris, Thomas, Refrigerating and Regulating the Temperature in Worts, 133
  • Harris, T, Horse 'Shoes, 416
  • Harrison, t. harles Weightman, Obtaining Light by Electricity, 254
  • Harrison, George Alexander, Breech-Loading Fire Arms. 32
  • Harrison, Thomas, Wooden Pill Boxes, Match Boxes, Ste., 394
  • Harrison, William Harry. Apparatus as at present employed for Raising Water from Mines. 194
  • Hart, Saul, Raising and Forcing Water, 174
  • Hart, Thomas, Lamp Glasses, applicable to Railway Carriage and other Lamps, 493
  • Hartley, William, Spinning Frames, 53
  • Hartley, William, and Thomas Hardman Farrar, Looms, 251
  • Harvey, Henry, and Robert Smith, Raising Sunken Ships, , 335
  • Harvey, John Penfurd, Crushing Land, &c., 394
  • Haswell, John, Railway Carriages, 254
  • Hawkes, Edward, Pipes for Smoking, 416
  • Hawks, Stephen Wright, Railway Chairs, 235
  • Hawksley, George, Heating and Cooling Air, Steam, and other Fluids, 274
  • Haycraft, Samuel, Anchors, 114
  • Hazard, Robert, Heat Extractor, 394
  • Head, Thomas Howard, and Joseph Wright, Casting Railway Chairs, and other Castings, :9t
  • Headley, James Hattac, Artificial Granite, and Marble Veneering, 13
  • Heald, Henry, and Arthur Heald, Pickers and Picker Checks employed in Weaving, 173
  • Heald, H., and A. Heald, Looms and Pickers, 175
  • Heald, H., Packing Pickers, 377
  • Heale, Edgar, and Mary Ann IIt•a1e. Treatment of Vegetable and other Substances, 235
  • Heap, William, Self-acting Slide Lathes, 294
  • Heather, Alfred, Ferry Beats. 53
  • Hebdon, William, Testing the Strength of Woven Fabrics, also of Material upon which a Strain can be exerted, 475
  • Hecht, Solomon Philip, Moulds for making Fancy Tobacco Pipes, from Plastic materials, 475
  • Hedgely, James, Lamps for Railway Carriages, 434
  • Heinemann, Louis, and Arnold Heinemann, Waterproofing Fabrics, 455
  • Heinemann, L. and A. Heinemann, Parts of Printing Machines called Ductors,' 513
  • Hinke, John William, Diving Bell, 254
  • Hely, Alfred Augustus de Reginald, Burning of Gas, 435
  • Helyer, Henry Thomas, Bridges and Arched Structures, 254
  • Hemingway, Abraham, and Thomas Wheat. ley, Slide Valves, 134
  • Hemming, Frederick Shand, Railway Chairs and Sleepers. 274
  • Hemming, F. S., Treating Peat, and in the Application of the same to various Purposes, 294
  • Hemming, Samuel, Material for Roofing, 354
  • Henderson, John, Writing Instruments, 294
  • Henderson, J., Plain and Figured Fabrics, 354
  • Bendy, James Saul, Chimney Tops or Cowls, 194
  • Henley, Thomas Frederick, Preparation of Beverages, 114
  • Henry. Jean Omer, Production of Embossed Surfaces on Wood, 53
  • Hensel, Adolphe. Yeast, 1.56
  • Hensel, A., German Yeast from Flour, 174
  • Hensman, De-ills for Sowing Seeds and Depositing Manure. 493
  • Henson, Henry Henson, Treating Animal and Vegetable Fibre and Fabrics, &c , 114
  • Heppe% George, Railway Signals, 53
  • Heppell, G., Ventilating Mines, &c., 455
  • Herrero, Juste, Inking and Stamping Machine, 513
  • Hens, Daniel Benjamin, Stamping and Embossing. 173
  • Hesketh, William, Looms, 315
  • Hesse, David, and Max Hesse, Shiris and other Articles of Wearing Apparel, 455
  • Hewett, John, Sewing Machine,, 294
  • Heywood, Bennett Johns, Self-closing Valve, 434
  • Heywood, Edwin, Weaving, 13
  • Heywood, William, Boilers for Generating Steam, 154
  • Hickman, George Haden, and Alfred Hickman, Hoop Iron for Tubes, 133
  • Higgin, James, and John Ligleoot, Compound for the purpose of Stiffening Fibrous or Textile Material', &c., 416
  • Higbam, Joseph, Valve Musical Instruments, 114
  • Highton, Edward, Electric Telegraph, 15G
  • Hill, Henry Charles, Screw and Lifting Jacks, 74
  • Hills, Frank Clarke, Gas, 377
  • Hill, Pearson, Stamping. Papers, &c., 35.1
  • Hilton, Samuel, Furnaces, 455
  • Hindle, Robert, Sieve used in Calico Printing, 355
  • Hindle, Thomas, Textile Fabrics, 1 :36
  • Hingley, Benjamin, and Samuel Hingley, Anchors, 355, 455
  • Hinks, John and George Wells, Metallic Pens, 96
  • Hirst, William, Felted Fabrics, 175
  • Hobbs, Mired Charles, Locks and Latches, 114
  • Hobbs. Henry, and Edward Easton, Preventing the Incrustation of Steam Boilers. 455
  • Hochstetter, Edouard, Application of Sulphuret of Carbon as a Motive Power, 355
  • Hochstaetter, Heinrich, Matches, 434
  • Hodges, Richard Edward, Gauges and Scales, 493
  • Hodges, William Richelieu, Elastic Materiel, 175
  • Hodgson, Brook, and John Carter, Pile Wires used in Weaving, 156
  • Hodgson, 13., and J. Carter, Looms for Weaving Brussels Carpets, and other Terry Fabrics, 235
  • Hodgson. James, Wrought-iron Masts, Yards, Sm., 96
  • toga, Stanislaus, Coating the Surfaces of the Cells of Galvanic Batteries, &c , 491
  • Hogarth, Henry, Raising and Floating Ves. selq, &e., 455
  • Holden, Howard Ashton, Carriage Lamps and [farness Furniture and Fittings, 335
  • Holden, Isaac, Washing and Dryinj Voo1, 156
  • Holden, I., Combing Wool and other Fibres, 156
  • Holden, J., Preparing and Combing Wool, 156
  • Holden, J., Carding Wool and other Fibres. 156
  • Holdinx, William Henry, and James Robert Casb:iy. Soap, 156
  • Holland, William, Runner Notches and Top Notches for Umbrellas and Parasols, 274,314
  • Hollingworth, Edmund, Washing Linen and other Articles, 473
  • Holmes, Thomas, Consumption of Smoke, 74
  • Homan, Julius, Folding Cloth in Lengths, 114
  • Hood, William, Charcoal Filter for Rectifying Spirits and Filtering Fluids, 434
  • Houk, Charles Townsend, Paper, 354
  • Hoole, Henry Elliott, Stove Grates, 493
  • Hope, Lewis, Paper, 335
  • Horne, Thomas, jun., Ornamenting Metallic Bedsteads, and Wash-handstands, 275
  • Hornsey, George, Communicating Signals and Orders from the Captain on deck to the Engineer below, 494
  • Horton, Joshua, jun., Regulating the Genera. tin and Pressure of Steam, 191
  • Horton, Thomas, Mottled and Variegated Soaps, 235
  • Hostein, Jacques, Stopping Railway Trains,. 53
  • Houchin, Richard, jun., Alarums, 191
  • Houghton, Frederick Burnett, Paper, 191
  • House, Joseph, Preserving Milk, 7.1
  • Houston. Robert Holmes, Transport on Water, 17.1
  • How. Andrew Peddie, Anti.Garotte Cr.Lvat, 131
  • How, A. P., Drilling and Boring, 233
  • How. A. P , Circu!ar Brush.'s for Sweeping Boiler and other Tubes, 435
  • How, A. P., Cork-holder, for Bottles and other Vessels, 434
  • Howard, Joseph, jim., ani William Howard, Cheese, 455
  • Howard, Thomas, Cranked Shafts or Axles, 173
  • Howarth, Daniel, Sizeing Woollen or Worsted Yarns, 156
  • Howell, Francis Barber, Cutting Corks, 53
  • Howell, Joseph Bennett, and Nicholas Harvey, Steam Boilers, 114
  • Hoy, Joseph, sen., Distributing Sand on Railway Rails,
  • Hudson, Edward Hirst, Preventing Driving. straps Lapping on the Shafting when they shift off their Pulleys, 513
  • Hughes, Edward Joseph, Compounds resembling Gutta Percha from Flour, Fibrine, Gelatine, &c., 95
  • Rumfrey, Charles, Use of Paraffine in the Manufacture of Hair-Oils, Su., 13
  • Humfrys, John Robert Reid, Apparatus for Burning Gas, 315
  • J amee, Shovels and Spades, 156
  • Hunt, James George, Fences and Gates, 394
  • Hunter, Colin, Textile Fabrics, I5G Husband, Richard, Hats, &c., 394
  • Hyde, Edmund, Fabrics trum Products of the hu3ks of Cocoa Nuts, 354
  • Hyde, John Moore, Iron and Wooden Ships, 74
  • Hyde, William, and Joshua Hyde, Vices, 475
  • Ingham, John, Edward Ingham, and Benjamin Ingham, Finishin,.! Textile Fabrics, 74
  • Ingwersen, Paul, to Prevent and Dissolve the Deposits in Boiler s, and Steam Generators, 493
  • Irlam, William, and John Phillips, Railway Signals or Alarunis, 13
  • Iles, Charles. Bolts for Doors, 335
  • Irlam, W., Turntables and Weighing Cranes, 53
  • Jack, David, Washing or Cleansing Textile Fabrics and Materials, 315
  • Jackscr, Luke Thire.in, Pneumatic Break, 13
  • Jackson, L. D., Beer Engine and Vent Peg, 133
  • Jackson, William Robinson, Railway Brake, 194
  • J3COP, William, Composition for Bedding Bricks in Furnace., 95
  • Jahn, Gustav, Revolver Fire-arms, .1i
  • Jarvis, John .tephen, Stocks or Ties for the Neck, 377
  • Jay, Samuel, and George Smith, Hood or Covering for the Head, 156
  • Jennings, Henry Constantine, Paper, Papier Mache, 513
  • Jennens, Theodore Hyla. Rollers or Cylinders for Printing Fabrics. 235
  • Jeune, Frederick Charles, Artificial Leather, 216.
  • Jobson, John, Cans or Feeders, 513
  • Johns. Charles Sidney. Preparing Pulp. 355
  • Johnson, John Henry, R 'toting Meat, 74
  • Johnson, J. H. Pressure Gauges, 74
  • Johnson, J. H., Sewing or Ornamenting Fabrics, 95
  • Johnson, J. H. Galvann-elastic Processes, U5
  • Johnson, J. H., Scutebing Machines, 114
  • Johnson, J. H., Preservation of Live and Property at Se.', 1 1
  • Johnson, J. H. Preservation of Property in Case of Disister to S:iip', 133
  • Johnson, J. H., Sewing Machines, 134
  • Johnson, J. H., Heating the Feed Water of Steam Boilers, 174
  • Johnson, J, H., Treatment of Flax, 174
  • Johnson, J. H., C 'sting Metal-t. 17:0
  • Johnson, J. H., Pasteboard, 215
  • Johnson, J. H. Fastenings fur Dress and other Purposes, 216
  • Johnson, J. H., Spinning Machines, 21
  • Johnson, J. H., Measuring Distances and Elevations, 216
  • Johnson, J. H., Carding Machines, 254
  • Johnson, J. H., Warming and Ventilating Apartments, 315
  • Johnson, J. H., Preserving Food, 335
  • Johnson, J. H., Raising and Forcing Fluids 355
  • Johnson, J. H., Sewing Machines, 11.)4
  • Johnson, J. H., Fire.arm., 394
  • Johnson, J. H., Floss Sim, 394
  • Johnson, J. H., Generating and Superheating Steam, 394
  • Johnson, J. H., hard India-rithber, 394
  • Johnson, J. H., Presenting Collisions at Sea 416
  • Johnson, J. H, Steam hammers, 475
  • Johnson, J. H, Distilling, &c., 434
  • Johnson, Richard, Cleaning Iron and other Metals, 274
  • Johnson, Thomas, Purifying Alkali )e Lees. 114
  • Johnson, Thomas Fielding, awl John Williams, Screw Gill Nlaeltinery, 175
  • Johnson, William, Steam BoVers and Fin--DaceS, and in Apparatus connected therewith, 294
  • Johnson, William Beckett, Steam Engines, &c , 32
  • Johnstone, Robert, Firewood, 134
  • Jones, Edwin Francis. Pig and Bar Iron, 254
  • Jones, Frederick Decastro, Bits for Horses, 251
  • Jones, Frederick John, Buckle or Fastening, 29i
  • Jones, Prime Raban, Composition for Curing the Scah in Sheep and Lamb,, Ste., 455
  • Jones, Robert Lewis, Regulating Clocks by Electricity. 315
  • Jones, William, Heating and Compressing Artificial Fuel, 513
  • Jones, Wriyhi, and Thomas Edwards, Lu-bric (tor. 394
  • Joplin:, Thomas Taylorson, NVater Goiges of Steam Millers, 44
  • Jossa, Ferdinan,l, Consuming Smoke, 253
  • Jowl, F., Uniting Iron and Steel, 513
  • Jossa, hammers Worked by Atmospheric Pressure. 493
  • Jourda, John P.. Raising Sunken Vessel', 294
  • Jowett, Henry Alfred, Steam h:ngines, 211 Joy, David, Steam Engines, 335
  • Joy, Daviii, and 1Villiatn Holt, llydraulic Motive Power Engines, 13
  • Juvin, Edmond Joseph Nicholas, Producing Prix log Surfaces. 475
  • Kaltwasser, Alumnus, Action of Horizontal Pianofortes, 215
  • Kay, ltiehard Dugdale, Applying a Certain Colouring Matter to Woven or Felted Fabrics, 194
  • Kay, R. D , Prin'ing Fabrics, 475
  • Keates, Thomas William, Treatment of Ran. goon Naphtha, &c., 95
  • Kyle, David Dunne, Stopping Railway Trains, Sac., 96
  • Keddy, Thomas, Cutting Sugar and other Substances. 434
  • Kemp, E sward Curtis, Unions for Pipes or Tubos, 476
  • Kendall, IVII:iam, Boxes and similar Articles, 44., 416
  • Kennard, Thomas William, Metallic Piles, 74
  • Kenney, Lewis Fenton, Window Frames and Sa,lies 494
  • Keogh, llenry. and Ffrench Augustus Keogh, Lighting the Public G.& Lamps by Electricity, and for Turning off and on the Gas to same simultaneously, 475
  • Keyser, Pulydore de, Preventing lioraes Slipping, 391
  • Kientzv, Victor Augustin, Machinery for Clearing and Ploughing Laild, 133
  • Kinder, Arthur. Cutting ',regular Forms, 4 '4
  • King, Ilenry. Threshing al.il Dressing Wheat, 13
  • King, James, Shirts, 513
  • King, John, Boots and Shoes, 377
  • Kills!, %Vahan) Hartley, Kilns and Stoves. 4.S5
  • Kirkham, John, Furnaces for Drying or Burning Pottery or Earthen arc, Brick% or other similar Articles, &c., 151
  • Knowles, Robert, 355
  • Knowles, R., Power Looms for Weaving, 416
  • Knowles. Sir Francis Charles, Cast Steel, 354
  • Knox, Andrew, and Thomas Robson, Gas Regulator, :A
  • Koch, Amie, Bre.kinz and Scotching Flax, :,n,1 other Fibrous Substances, 23;)
  • Kukla, Francis Xavier. Heatiog Stores by (;as.
  • K)natiton, Augustus Frederick, Disconnecting Ships',Boate, &c., 315
  • La Croix, Francis Coniliane, Reducing and Reefing the Fops:ilk of Venels, Lafone, Henry, 'fanning, 351
  • Lamb, D. A., Water ( lo•ei., &c., 191
  • Laz.ire Prosper Lamherf-A lux4ndre and Louis Pierre Felix 11allet, Propelling Vessels, 49
  • Lambert, Thornap, and OLied Wakefield, Drawing off Fluids, 475
  • Larninv, Richard, Purifying Gas, ic., 174
  • Lane, Uriab, Transmtreion of Motive Power, 315
  • Lang. Louis Antoine, Rotary Motion for all kinds of Vehicles, 63
  • Lane, Joseph, Looms, 74
  • Langford, John, an,1 Joseph Wilder. Improved Signol and A Linim, 194
  • Larchier, Amairle Victor Felix, G as, 394
  • lark, James, Kilns, 53
  • Latrutle, Claude Fran9oig, Heating A pparattis. 235
  • Laurecisque, Fratico's Auguste, Maps or Charts. 394
  • Laviene, Charles Jean Marie, Apparatus for Swinging, and for Performing other Exercises or Amusements in the Air. 394
  • Laurot, Laurent, Separating the Different Solid Fatty (Acides Gras) Acids from the Liquid Fatty one', 216
  • Lawes, Thomas, Cleansing and Dr; jug Animal and Vegetable Sub.t 'flees. 95
  • Lawe., Agricultural Implement to be used in Tilling the Lind, 29
  • L:ewes. T.. Cie:maim; aud Drying Animal and Vegetable Substances, 354
  • Lawi', Joseph. Reaping and Mowing, 336
  • Lowrance, %;Main, Chimney Cowl, 74
  • Lan rence, Tiomas, Stearn Engines, 51
  • Lawson, John, and Stephen Cowin, Roving. Spinning, or Twisting Flax, Cotton, and other Fioroiti S•ibstances. I i4
  • Lauder, George, and Thomas Ireland. Briny to be Used in the Nlantifacture of Salt. 315
  • Loris:, John, Fastenings of Brooches, &c , 114
  • Longbettom, John, Superheating Steam, 13
  • Loos, Edward, Cemont, Mortar, Concrete, and Artificial Stone, :::14
  • Lord, James, and William Soothill, Steam Boilers for the more effectual Consumption of Smoke, 215
  • Lord, Thomas Wilks, Drying Flax, Tow, Ste. 53
  • Lorimier, Anthony. Prep:trim; the Sue faces of Printers' Inking Rollers, 74
  • Loub itieres. Fria:941s Harthelerny, Paper, Cardnoard, 21,d Paatt•board, 335
  • Low, Robert, and William Press, Vices, 493
  • Lowenstein. Kniil Von, Ovens for the Manu. facture of Coke, 315
  • Lowry, George. Heckling Fl:tz and other Fibrous Materials, :35
  • Leach, John, Looms lor Weaving. 394
  • Leake, Richard, and Matthew Sykes, Con. signing Smoke and Generating heat in Furnaces, also Heating the Feed Water, .116
  • Lecivrcq. Adolphe. Sleepers of Railways, 335
  • Ledure, Eloi Jean Baptiste, Railway Break, 133
  • Lee, James Denbv, and James Crabtree, Power Limms. 315
  • Lees, Samuel, James Lees. and Frederick Lees, arping Cotton, Worsted, and other Fibrous Substance, 513
  • Lejanl, Francois Dcsir, Fire Arms Safety Apparatus, 355
  • Lens, Charles, Cast Steel, 166
  • Leslie, John, Treatment of Waeh Waters Containing Soap, Oils, 377
  • Leslie, John, Stoves, 13
  • Leslie, J., Ventilating Buildings, 455
  • Letest u. Jean Marie, ignals, 215
  • Leveslev, Will;am, Blanks of Forks, and other Fools, sc., 416
  • Levick, Frederick, Jun., and John Jame., Utilising 1Vatte Gases of Blast Furnaces, 32
  • Levy, Henry, Moleskins, Velveteens, &c., 455
  • Leuchars, W 'Mame Locks for Travelling Bags, Portfolios. Ste , '251
  • Leuillet, Jean Baptiste. Binding Books, 355
  • Lewis, Edward, and Gideon Bohm, Photogal ranograpbie Chromographic Process, 174
  • Lewis, Samuel Robert, Trowsers, 416
  • Lewsry, harles John. and Getiree Nasmyth, Treat'rent of Woods used in the Construe. Lion of Casks, 96
  • Iheritier, Sebastian Fidler, Sizn ils, 355
  • Liebmann, Carl Heinrich J atlas 'V ilhem Maximilian, Purification of Water, &c, 6
  • Liehinann, C. 11. J. W. M., Purification of 'ater, &e., 315
  • Limber', James Alfred, Marine Steam Engines, 175
  • Lindner, Edward, Cartridges, Bulle's, &c , 261
  • Llpkan, Theodore, Anti-syphilitic Compound, 455
  • Littlewood, George, P:inting Geometric Patterns, 13
  • Luedeke, Eras', Obtaining Power, 133
  • Lund, W illiam. Securing Cases Containing Bullion, Sc., I5G
  • Lund, \V., spring Clip, 13
  • Lumley, Charles, Constructing Dry Docks, 2:,4
  • Maberis, Frederick Herbert, Receptacles for Sewerage, 71.
  • Maberly, F. H., Carriages. 74
  • Macarthur, Alexander, Boiling, Bleaching, Sc. Fibrous Materials, 13
  • Macarthy. John Saxon, Driving or Rammin: Paving Blocks, Cif)
  • Macdonald, David, Wa,hing, Bleaching, &c., 53
  • Macdonald. Robert, Sewing or Embroidering Textile Falirics, 315
  • Macfarlane, Walter, Cast Iron Pipes, 235
  • Macint,o41, John, Projectiles, 191
  • Macintosh, J.. Air Beds, Cushions. &c.. 394
  • Mace. Anne Marie, Manure Preventing ease's from the Sod, 74
  • Macpherson, William, Spinning and Doulding Cotton, Ste., 53
  • Mackworth, Herbert, Classification, Preparation, and Treatment of Mineral Substances, and in Removing and Depositing such Substances, Sec .455
  • Macnaught, William, Steam Engines, 53
  • Macnaught, W., Engines and their Gearing, 275
  • Madden, Peter, Furnaces, 74
  • Mnir, Robert, Protecting Articles worn on the Person. 235
  • Makin, William, Furnaces and Apparatus for Genprating steam, 315
  • Malcolm, James Do sd Bntfing A ppara:us for itailsynv Engines and Carriages, 475
  • Dialing, Arthur. Ornamenting Castors fur Furniture, ate., 156
  • Morgan, Elisha Hander and Wiliam, Photographic. Jewellirs', and other Case., 133
  • Manicn, Edward, Obtaining Foundations for Marine and other Structuitas, 304
  • Mann, Thomas, Horse Potser, 434
  • Mann, William Charles, and Frederick John Ingram, Embossing Fabrics, 53
  • Mapvin, Walter Sandell, Constructing Doors and Windows for the Prevention of Burglarv, Sec , 194
  • Marcescheau, de. Armand Jean Biptiste Louis, Communicating Motion to Propelling Apparatus, 194
  • Marglieritte,Louis Joseph Frederick, Purl Rock and Sea salt. 13
  • Marie, Joseph Francois, Coo,:ing Apparatus, 493
  • Maiskiat, Jacques Henri Marie, Dibbling Machinery for Depositing Wain and .%lanure, 216
  • Marlarad, John, Cop Tubes used in Spinning, 416
  • Murriot, William, and David Surd. n. Heating News Platys fir Pressing Woollen or other Fabrics. &c., 455
  • Marshall, George, Ss.% -setting Apparatus, 315
  • Marrow, James. Apparatus for Manufacturing Bolts, 6,:e , 33
  • Marshall. Jame,- 0 till), Prevring Eax, i:emp. 131,315
  • Marten, I dwin, Regulating the Pressure and Supply of Gag, 416
  • Martin, Charles. Working Signal Apparatus on Railways, 315
  • Martin, Henry, Supply of Water to Steam 13,11ers, 315
  • Martin, John Cowdery, Paper, 377
  • M sriin, Robert, and Joseph Walter Sutton, Giving Alarm in Dwelling Howes, 377
  • Marvon, Hubert James, Locomotive Engines. 271
  • Mas.ey. John, and James Hargreaves, Apparatus for Preparing Cotton. &c.,133
  • maosi, charie4, nointing Cameras, 53
  • Massey, Williom, Engines fur the Cultivation of Land by Steam Power, 475
  • Mattbews, John. improved Vat, 353
  • Maurice, Joseph, Fayteninio fur ttticial Teeth 353
  • Mi.4w, Edwin, Points of Railway Crossings, 335
  • Maynard. Edward, Calks for the Shoes of Animal% 191
  • Mc(•allan, George. Air aod Water Discharge Apparatus for Steam Pipes. 235
  • NrConnell, James Edward, Railway Breaks. 233
  • McCullock, 1Villiam, and Thomas Kennedy, Stopcocks or Vales, 7.1. 435
  • McDonalit. Alexander, Columns, Pilasters of Granite, &4'., 95
  • McD.,nald, RoJerick, India Rubber Over-Shoes, 156
  • McDowell. Jobs', Steam Hammers, 416
  • ‘I'Farlane, Patrick. 1.00M8 for Weil% inv, 475
  • McGrade, Patrick, Propelling Ship., McIntyre. John. Alarms) for Ships, 63
  • McLennan, John, John Palmer, and John Henry Palmer, Gas-Light Generator and Consumer, 74
  • NIcOnme, Andrew, Centrifugal Mach nes for the Manufac ore of Sugar, 156
  • Mena, John, and George Mead, Metallic Pack. ieg Bine& or Cases, 2.:5
  • Meakin, George Frederick Leo. Applying Breat:s to Railway Carriages, 35
  • Metllock, I lenry, Purifying Water. 174
  • %lark Amedie Charles, Drying Paper and other Goods in Process of Manufacture, 335
  • Melling, Thomas, Taps or Valves, &c., 335
  • Mentisier, Francois, Beehive, 416
  • ‘lerrett, ‘Villtain Gwillim, Coats and Waist. coats, 2:13
  • Nierr) lees. Jamei, Carpets, , 493
  • :Messenger, Samuel and Theodore, Gas•burn-ors, 377
  • Metcalf, John, Alum or Sulphate of Alumina. 13
  • \fickle, John, Machinery or Apparatus for Re..pitig and Mowing, 294
  • Middleton, John, Consuming Smoke, 13G J., and William Sent, Railway Ch.iirs awl Jointing of Rails, 216
  • Miles, William Player, Locks and Fastenint,s, 13
  • \W.'s, W. P., Gauge Cutting Machine, 175
  • NI in. William, Joining Ba,As, :32
  • John. S'eppers, 275
  • Mlle. Marin Joseph Alphonse, Producing Gas, .175
  • John, Water Meters, 455
  • mill..r. J.. Oil Cans, 455
  • %Wier, lt,.hert Frederick, Priming Tables of Fares. , on Painted Surfaces. 13
  • Miller, %VIM:km. Sugar, and in the Apparatu'
  • used therein, 513
  • Mills, W illiam, Action of Upright Piano. tortes, 154, 294
  • Jul n, Chimney Cans, 13
  • miinpi, nand, Woven Fabric., 394
  • Milne's, James, and Frederick William Mowbray, latihrieatinit Pistons and 394
  • Mead, Joh, and George Mead, Metallic and other Packing Boxed, 394
  • M i I nes, John, and Will m Thompson, looms for NVeaving, 216
  • Alexander. Harpoon Gqns, 216 Mitchell, William Hallett, Distributing and Composing Types, 111
  • Mitchell, William Lawrence, Switch and Signal Apparatus, 53
  • Mi en, James, Apparatus for making Gas, 13
  • Moate, Charles Robert, Permanent Way of Hallways, 194
  • Moe', Jules, 'Warming and VentiNting, 315
  • Moliileaux, John Atherton, Economising lleat in Engines, 355
  • Montagu, Samuel, I'acking Cases, 156
  • Moore, George Storey, Combining Steam Engines and Boilers. 114
  • Moorhouse, Henry. Self-Acting Signals, 156
  • Morand, Samuel, Stretching and Drying Fabrics, 513
  • Moreau, Felix, Recovering the Fatty Matters from Coom or dirty Axle-grease, and Lubricating Oils, 254
  • Morel, Joseph, Castors, 53
  • Morgan, Jabez, Steel and Iron Wire for Um. tirella and Parasol Frames, 175
  • Morison, James, Portable Shotsei and Sponge Baths, 416
  • Morris, James, Washing Machines, 74
  • Morris, J., Connecting the hulls of Railways. 354
  • Morrison, Duncan, Ordnance, 335
  • Morrison, I)., and S mute' Lillev, Locks. 394
  • Morrison, D., hollers for Printing Fabrics, 434
  • Morrison, Robert, Steam Boil, rs, 1U3
  • Mortimer, Samuel, Screw Gill- Boxes in the Preparidion of Fibrous Subrances Moseley, Thomas Beeby, Pneumatic Holder, 434
  • Moule, John, Bunking Pyrotechnic Composi. tions, 115
  • Motintford, George, Cutting or Chopping Loaf Swear, k74
  • Ntowbray, illiam Frederick ‘Veacinfr, 23;
  • Moxon, William, John Clayton, sand Samuel Fearnley, Looms, 354
  • Mucklow, Eth%ard, Cooling and Eva:,oratiw, 235
  • Mucklow, K. Alizafine, Mucklow, John Davies, Rollers or Cylinder, to be employed for Printing Calico, &c , 465
  • Muir. NInitliew Andre,.., awl James Neil wham, Moulding or Shapilig Metals. 114. 136
  • Muir, William, Generating Steam for Marine Purposes, 254
  • Muller, Denri Lanrent, Jun , Advertising. 404
  • Muratori, Clitistopike, New Smart of White 475
  • Murdoch. James, Treating the Threads of Floss 175
  • Murdoch, J., Process. for Imitating the Skins of Animals up.sn Fulled Cloth, 2i5
  • Murphy, Jame, Svcuring scre%s-nt is on tluir Bolts, 254
  • Murray. Alexander, and Alexander Dor, Pu-riflcation of Coal GAN 133
  • Mushet, Robert, Manufacture of Cast Steel,
  • Muspratt, Edmurd Knowles, and Balthazar William Gelland, Pik. 1) , Treating ullage Liquors produced in the Manufacture of Chlorine, &c., 13, 51;
  • Murdoesr, John. Ship.' Them Pump, 156
  • Murray, Clark, Ilenry, Chain l'urrip, .i3") 'ir James, Al,a.ing Smelly, 114
  • NIu.het. R , Cast Steel, S)4
  • Myers, Henry, Charles Askew, and John Askew Railway Brakes; also Communicator between the Guard and Driver of ltai:w.ay Carriages, 4%5
  • Myers, John James, Itirilating Paper for Cylinder Printing by means of Guide,, 455
  • Nani, Giikeppe Antonio Giovanni, Tor, 53
  • Navior, John, lioes, 215
  • Neilit, Arthur, and Nathaniel Buckley Sutcliffe, C1eansing Certain Descriptions of Cott in Waste, 3 5
  • N eiten,chwander, Johannes, Preserving Milk, 251
  • Ne% Ilse, Smite!, Annealing of Glass and the Filing of Potterysare, 133
  • Ne% ‘‘. illiatn, Amalgarniting Certain Sub. stances for ihe Prodlictioo of Fuel, 355
  • NViih.srn Ramsey, and Joseph John 1-ato., Preparing and Baking Bread and Biscuit •, &c., 315
  • Ne%all, Robert Stir:in?, Wire Strands for Elecitieal Purposes, 45:,
  • Newburgh, Sidney, and Charles Steinhart, Keys, and Preventing Picking of Lock', 53
  • Ni'wliury, Thompson, Making Screw 51a-(finery, 32
  • Newcomb, Thoma4, Manufacturing Nails, 215
  • Newington, Samuel, Ilind hoes and Culti. vatio•, 13
  • Newington, Samuel, Structures for Growing Gr a pe*, :165
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Borirg and Turning :•ittings for Ga., 13
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Ttansmittiog Message', 133
  • Newton, A. V., Printing Presses, 32
  • Newton, A. V., Steam Engin's, 114
  • Newton, A. V., Polishing Flat Surfaces of Glass, 174
  • Newton, A. V., Casein; Articles, 17-1
  • Newton, A. V., S?rings for lt.ralroad Carriages, ate., 254
  • Newton. A. V., !Nader, 254
  • Newton, A. V., Hosiers., 274
  • Newton, A. V., Construction of Water 51Aer, :04
  • Newton, A. V., Circling Engine', 294 Newton, A. V., Smoothing Irons, 335
  • Newton, A. V., Fire Arm', 335
  • Newton, A. V., Fire Arms, 335
  • Newton, A. V., Canting Ergines, 255
  • Newton, A. V., Cultivating Land, 3.55
  • Newton, A. V., Coiled Sproogs, 355
  • Newton. A. V., Rules and other Measuring Instruments, 377
  • Newton, A. V., Hand Bullet Mould!, 394
  • Newton, A. V., Cutting Veneers, 455
  • Newton, A. V., Taking the Measurements of Coats, 355
  • Newton, George, Copying and other Presses, 394
  • Newton, Rupert, Metallic Boxes, 95
  • Newton, Thom-, Stockmen's Saddles, 175
  • Newton, William Edward, Nuts and Washers, 215
  • Newton, William Edward, Supplying Boilers with Water, 13
  • Newton, W. E., Table Knives. 13
  • Newton, W. E., Treating Feldspar, 13
  • Newton, W. E, Rolling and Forging Iron or Steel, 13
  • Newton, W. E., Sewing Machiws, 53
  • Newton, W. E., Capsules, 53
  • Newton, W. E., Water Nteters, 53
  • Newton, W. E., Application of Power to Rail. way Brake., 74
  • Newton, W. E., Preventing the Exploion of Boilers. 74
  • Newton, W, E, Steam Engine, 111
  • Newton, W. E., Rollers for Calenderinz, 11.1
  • Newton, W. E, sewing Maebine,, 133
  • Newton, W. E., Button, 150
  • Newton, W. E., Pianoro.tes, 174
  • Newton, W. E , Breech loading Fire.arms, 174
  • Newton. W. E., Turning Articles of irregular Forms in the Direction of their Length. 194
  • Newton, W. E., Furnace for Locomotive and other .der., 216
  • Newton, W. E., Valve Gear for Iteciprociting Steam Engines whose power is applied directly by the oiston without employing rotary 235
  • Newton, W. E. , Iteinoviisg Snow from Rail-. way., 225
  • Newton, W. E. Preparings from Wa‘te Silk, otton, Wool, Flax, Hemp, and other Fibrous Materials, 245
  • Newton, W. E.; , Coating Roofs or oilier Por. tions of Buildings to render them impervious to wet, 254
  • Newton, W. E., Preventing Forgery of Bank Note., eradicate-, Cheques, and other like Article., :51
  • Newton, W. E., cutting Metals, &c . 254
  • Newton, W. E. Cuttnig Screw Threads, 2.":4
  • Newton, W. E., Tracing Cloth, 274
  • Newton, W. E. Culling Stanoing Crops, 274
  • Newton, W. E, Fuld.ng ‘Vindvw 131:nds and sheitter, New(02, W. E., Tannin', 315
  • Newton, W. E, Steering Apparatus for ShipF, 35
  • Newton, W. E., Artificial Legs, 335
  • Newton, W. E , Boots' Buoys, 356
  • Newton, W. E., Lighting bas for Illuminating, :..94
  • Newton, W. F., Moulding and Pressing Bricks, 416
  • Newton, W. E, (;as Meters,1 6
  • Newton, W. E., Certain Sub3tancei not hitherto used for Food, as viirce of Nqtrttic,n and Support to the Resptratory Organs of Aiiirnftb, 434
  • Newton, W. E. Locks for Doors and other Purpose,, 45S
  • Newton, W. E., Manufacturing Paper, &c., 455
  • Newton, W. E., Relieving the Slide Valves of Ste*tn Ea giues from Unnece-sary Pressure, 475
  • Newton, W. E., Furnace3 Speelaiy Adapted 10 cue G.-ieration of Steam for Motive Power, 175
  • Newton, W. E , Boots, Shoes, krc , 475
  • Newton, W. E , Sewing or Stitching Fabrics together, 175
  • Newton, W. E., Photography to the Use of Engravers, 493
  • Newton, W. E., Paper, Papier-macbC, CardRusin!, and other Similar Articles, 513
  • Newton, W. E , Mai.% tog and Preparing Fibroos Substauces,
  • Ninrk, Jean, Placing Sets of Teeth, Gums, and Palates on Plates, 241
  • Noe, Henri Joseph, Portatile Stereoscopes, 513
  • Normar.ds', Lou A.. jean , Iron, 354
  • Nomico„ Nicholas, and George Ile)es, Looms, 175
  • Normand, Charles Benjamin. Generating Mo tiro Power by Heate.1 Air and Gases, 434
  • Norton, Ja iies Lee, Separating Fibre., 131
  • Noualbier, 1 ugene Theiouore, sand Jean Bap. tiste Prevost. Appl% tug Nivtale over Hord V itrified Surfaces by Gaivaniiplastic Proct ss, 71
  • Nunn, Martin, Washing or Cle in,ing Clothes, Piece Goods, and other Articles, 275
  • Nutt:,11, Thomas, Preparing Cotton, 3.',4
  • Oa'hes, William,Iron, 216
  • Oates, Joseph Purilott, Bricks, Tiles, Pipes, and other Articles made of Plastic Matertials, -15
  • Ogden. ‘Vi!limn, and Henry Firth, Fans or Blowing A ppa I a• us. 391
  • OOP, Nathaniel, Propelling and Ventilating Shipu, 47.
  • Oldham, John, Closing the Supply Cocks of Gas Burners, 71
  • Oldershaw, Augustus Piggott, Skidding the Wheels of Carriage', 434
  • Oldfield, Edward, Self-acting Mules for Spinning and Doubling, 416
  • Oliver, Joho, Sulphuric Acid, 375 011itTe, Charles Richard, and James Anning Cleaning Knives, 96
  • Ordhh, Rowland Mason, Suspension Bridges, (Is:nuni, eh: Arles Etienne, Penholder', 394
  • Otway, Edmund Wind( r, Descendinct and Ascending l'its or Sliafts, and Raising Minerals therefrom, 434
  • Otway, Rollert, Sc) tires, 394
  • Oudry, Charles Francois Leopold, Preservation of Articles of Cast and Forged Iron, Zinc, &c, 354
  • Owen, James, Prevention of Accidents in Ascending and Descending Shafts of Mines, 16
  • Owrid, Benjamin Webster, Connecting and Disconnectin; Pipes, 17
  • Oxley, William, and Hugh Strati), Lubricators, 391
  • Paget, A vhur. Looped Fabrics, Ike., :AM l'agnerre. Eleonore Augustin, Counting. Cot-ting, and inserting Wire in Blocks of Wood for Printing and Stamping Linen, Calico, &c., 335
  • Palmer, Henry Boswell, Fire Lighter, 215
  • Palmer, Jason J., Steam Boilers, 316
  • Paraz, Alexander Ic, anti Josephine Maze), Paints and Varnishe!, 416
  • Parker, Ft antis, Tell-tale for Public Vehicles, 4;5
  • Parker, George, and William Martin, Opening and Preparing Cotton, 114
  • Parker. John, Separating Corn and other Grain and Seed-, from Dust, ChafF, ace , 294
  • Parker, Thomas, Railway Wheels, 235
  • Parkes, Alexander, Separating Tin from Tin. plate Scrap, &c., 216
  • Parkes, A. Nails, 215
  • Parkes, Josiah. Apparatus for Locomotive Purpose‘, 2:4
  • Parkinson. Robert, and John Standish, Preparation of Cotton, Wotil, Flax, or other Fibrous 5laterials to 1w spun, 4)3
  • Parry, Charles Jame.. a d " II L'riddon, Shirt Collars, 2::4
  • Parsons, Pcrceval Moses, Permanent Way of Itailwaytz, 175
  • Parsons, P. M., Moulds for Casting Railway Chairs and other Articles in Metal, 475
  • Part; August Frederick William, Evaporating Fluid-, 175
  • Pascal, Jean Baptiste, Engine with Rotary Piston, 194
  • Pascal, J. B Electric Lamp., :55
  • Pascal', Charles, Tile-Making Machinery, 434
  • Paterson, Alexander Joan, Constructing and Propelling Vessels, 455
  • Piston, Edward, and Cha,les Frederick Walsh, Charging and Capping the Nipples of Fire-41110”, 13
  • Pairidge, David, Steam Boiler!, 235
  • Paul. Benjamin Horatio, Preservation of Stone, richer Natur.11 or Arti,csal, &e., 335
  • Pauvert, Charles, Cast-steel, 2J$
  • l'auvert, C Iron, 254
  • Pauvert, C , Steel and Cag-steel, :54
  • William Bond, Signalling upon Rail. ways, 434
  • Payne, James, Scythes, 4:6
  • Payne, William Jame, Cock', S3
  • l'cak, John, Gas, 475
  • Peak., l'homas, Chenille and other Piled Fabrics, 114
  • Pearson, George, and Edward Jessop, Sewing Machines, 394
  • Pease, Henry. and Thomas Richardson, Compounds of Alumina, 13
  • Pedaer. William, Streilthening Metallic and other Structures, 235
  • Pengelly, Thomas Nathaniel, and George Porter, Application of Steam to Lifting or Hoisting Coals from Silipx' WWI 394
  • Penny. James, anal John Booth, 1Vasbing, Cleansing, and Drying Grain, 32
  • Perks, Willtainjun., Crown and Sheet Glass, 394
  • Perin. Lambert, Discovery of Flaws and Ebeapes in Gas Pipes, 335
  • Perron, George, Horse Genrinv, 91
  • Pesiet, Juie!, Alt Linder, Actu ,tang Railway Breaks. 455
  • Petrovitch, Milivoi, Projccti:cs used with tire-arms, 493
  • Petrie, Jame,,, And Steatn-engine,., 53
  • l'etria, ‘Villiam, Creatinz or Increasing Draughts anti Current', u51
  • Pettigrew, John. Bread, 74
  • Phillips, George, Statrunary Cabinets and Envelopes, 216
  • Phillips, John, supporting and Propelling the Human Body Us Water, 475
  • Phillips, William Henry, Stereoscopes, 74
  • Flaunt, Laurent, Ventilating. arc., 216
  • Picctotto, Moses Haydn, Preparing Flax and other tibrous Substance!, 216
  • Pichon, Frac Auguste, Theodore, Accelerating Tanning, I 14
  • Pickstome, William, Dyeing Matter peculiarly Applicable to Lotion and other Vegetable Fibre-, 434
  • Piercy Fredorick, and Samuel Flagg, Expand-log Life B, at. Z5S
  • Pitcher, William Vood, Straw Shakers of l'brashing Machines, 1,5
  • Pilltiogton, Peter, and TlionLis EntwIsle. ‘‘' ashinp, Cleantn^, or Mixt:44 Materra!s, 74
  • Pitman, John Talbot, Iron Bridge., 74
  • lit man, John Taibut, Making Carpet Lining, 71
  • Pitman, .1. T., Better Organitustion of the In-strusin•ntal Music Scale, 156
  • l'ittrial,, J. F., Working Metallic Ores and tli(•tr Proctuct‘, 194
  • J. T. Metallic Hames for Horses, 194
  • Pitman, J. '1'., Fire Escape!, 355
  • Pitman, .1. T., Curry Condos, 434
  • 11.stt, John, Mules for Spinning, 32
  • PtIt.sun, Pierre, Surfaces fur Painting, 175
  • Poole, John, Safety or other Valves, 194
  • Porter, Joh') Francis, Bricks, 156
  • Potter, Michael, Health for Yea% jag, 96
  • Potter, Thomas Greville, Day and Night Ad. vertIsing, 394
  • Potts, George (*happen, Cleansing Casks, 194
  • Poripard. ‘Villiain, Buttons and Means of Fastening Buttons to Garment*. &c., 235
  • Powell. John Folliott, Reverberating Furnace`, 12.4
  • Powers, George, Scuttle for Ships, 416
  • Powers, Hiram, Punt:Ism:, stainimm, or Cutting ,%letais and other Substance% 513
  • Prestwich, Wright, Gas Burner, 3
  • ‘Villtatn McNaught, Predavalle, Bartholomew, New Moiive Power, 475
  • Price, Astley Paston, Separation of Gold, 166
  • Price, David Lloyd, Electric Apparatus for s - giving signals, 6tc., 215
  • Price, George Brook, Affixing Stamps and Labels to Documents, 434
  • Prince, Frederic, Fire-arms, 32
  • Prynn, Charles Thomas Robert, Benumbing any part of the Human Frame previous to a Surgical Operation, &c., 435
  • Pullar, John, and Laurence Pullar, Umbrella% and Parasols, 235
  • Purnell, Joseph, taking Photographic Pictures, 355
  • Pym, John, Raising and Lowering Weights in Water, 475 •
  • Quick, Joseph, jun., and Alexander Fraser, Regulating the Drawing-off and the Supply of Water and other Fluids, 215
  • Quidde, Auguste, and Charles Mayet, Propelling, 216
  • Quin, Richard, Stereoscopes, 133
  • Radcliffe, John, James Fearnihough, and Joseph Mather, Index Machines, 354
  • Raggett, George, Railway Breaks and Carriages, 355
  • Ralston Gerard, Fire-Arms, and Balls or Projectiles, 254
  • Ramie, Charles William, Attaching Knobs to Spindles, 434
  • Ramie, C. W., Attaching Handles to Table Cutlery, 47.i
  • Ramsbottnm, John, Wrought Iron Railway Chairs, 355
  • Ram bottom, John, and John Bailey, Regulating the Flow and Pressure of Liquids and Fluids, 434
  • Rankin, John, Ventilators, 475
  • Ratcliff Joseph and Edmund, Adjusting Chandeliers, 3:i5
  • Ratcliffe, John, Preparing Yarns or Threads fur Weal ing. 455
  • Rayner, Thomas William, Cocks and Valves, 156
  • Reading, Daniel, Ventilating, 355
  • Reading, D., Spring for Vehicles. 475
  • Rear, William Walker, Shoes for Horses, 13
  • Redgate James, Edwin Ellis, and John Cropper, Bobbin Net or T.% 1st Lace Machinery, 32
  • Reed, Joseph Haythorne, Propelling Ships or Vessels, 455
  • Reeves, Charles, Grinding and Polishing Machinery to be used in the Manufacture of Knives, Matchets, Swords, &c., 493
  • Reeves, Robert, and John Reeves, Delivering Manure. 114
  • Reid, William, Apparatus for guarding the Mouths of Pits, St.e., 214
  • Reinhardt, Charles (hristian, Fastening Metallic Backs to Truss Pads of Glass, &c., 74
  • Remiry Farrell, George, Working Punkas and Whisks, 33)
  • Remington, George, and John, Barton Bal. combe, Locomoti% e Engines, applicable to Common Roads, 513
  • Renou, Vincent Louis Cazimir, Manufacture of Spirit %%hen Rice is used, 32
  • Renshaw, Charles, Valves, 394
  • Revel!-Busquet, Almable Antoinette, Artificial Flowers, 434
  • Reynaud, Charles, Indiarubber Springs to Mattre,ses, Sofas, Chairs, &c., 2.14
  • Richard, Jaques, Agricultural Machine for Cleaning Grains, 394
  • Richardson Thomas, and Prentice Manning. Manure, 355
  • Richardson, Thomas, and Edmund John Jasper Browell, Treating Old flail...a \ Wood Sleepers, and in Preparing NVuotl for them same, Sm., 394
  • Richardson, William, Iron or aoy other Metal for Strncturtil Purposes, 194
  • Ridley, Ralph Errington, Permanent Way of Railways, 494.
  • Rigby, Wiliam, Engraving Metallic Cylinders, 74
  • Rippon, John James, Straining or Filtering Colour', 335
  • Rippon, J. J., Rollers for Printing Fabrics, 394
  • Ritchie, George, Bcds and Mattresses. 53
  • Ritterbandt, Louis Antoine, Treatment of Substances containing Earths, Phosphates 74
  • Roberts, John, Closing Jars, Bottles, &c., 95
  • Roberts, Richard, Wright shim, and Samuel Shaw, Weaving and Folding Fabrics, 513
  • Roberts, Thomas, John Dale, and John Daniel Pritchard, Oxalate of Soda and Oxalic Acid, 2.14
  • Robert,, William, Ships' Pumps, 134
  • Robertson, Ch3rics, t leaning the Bottoms of Iron Ships %%bile Afloat, 513
  • Robertson, James, Window Sashes, 53
  • Robertson, William, James Guthrie Orchar, and John Menzies, Winding Yarns or Thread, 235
  • Robertson, W., Preparing Fibrous Materials for Spinning, 416
  • Robinson, J., Driving Power Looms, Szc , 394
  • Robinson, John Blythe, Effecting Agricultural Operations, -155
  • Robins An. Joseph, Stages used in Green-houses and Hot.honses, 235
  • Robinson, Richard, Finishing Yarns or Threads, 156
  • Robotiom, Titus, Locomotive Engines, chiefly adapted for the Purposes of Common Road or Street Traction, &c., 194
  • Rochette Andre Prosper, Currying Leather, 394
  • RodA, Walter James Handscombe, Sailing or Propelling a Vessel, 475
  • Rogers, Ebenezer, Applying Fuel for Heating, 394
  • Rogers, Joseph, Winding or Folding Drapery, &c, 513
  • Rogers, Jasper Wheeler, Facilitating the Drainage of Houses generally, ',;94
  • Rolfe, Thomas, Pianofortes, 394
  • Ropes, Henry "fibbets, and David Wilson Thomas, Filters to Cocks, Tape, Ste., 175
  • Ropes, H. 1%, Refrigerators, 455
  • Rose, Thomas, jun , Cutting or Disintegrating Vegetable Suostances, 254
  • Ross, Alexander, and James Valentine, 133
  • Ross, William, Regulating the Passage of Fluids, 315
  • Rotch Thomas Dickason, Gas Generators, 391
  • Rothwell, John, and Samuel Dixon Cooper, Breech-Loading Fire-Arms, 355
  • Ron•sille, Edouard, Stearic Acid. 513
  • Rowland, Ellis, Steam Engines, 354
  • Roy, Edmond, Railway Vehicles for the Special Purpose of allowing them to run freely on Short Curved Lines, 513
  • Royds, Abraham, and John Kenyon. Spinning or Doubling, 175
  • Roys, Thomas ‘V eleorne, Fire-Arms, 513
  • Rualem. Francois, Railway Brakes, 354
  • Rubery, John, Runners, Top Notches, &c., of Umbrellas, 133
  • Rubery, J., Umbrella and Parrsol Ribs, 355
  • Russell, John James, nnd Joseph Bennett Howell, Steel Tubes, 95
  • Russell, J. J., Metal Tubes, 315
  • Russell, Robert, Stoves and Fire-Places, 96
  • Russel, Robert, Tut ntables, 353
  • Rutt, llicro.;eopes, :194
  • Rye, William, and James Simpson, Self-Acting Willow for Opening Cotton, &c., 53
  • Rylands, John, Annealing Wire, 213
  • Sabatier, Boniface, Photograpny, 13
  • Sadgrove, Frederick, Window Sashes or Shutters, 134
  • Safran, Jacob, Locking or Fastening Combinations of Drawers in Chests, &c., 416
  • Sayar, Thomas, and Christopher Turner, Power Looms for Weaving, 114
  • Sallee, Jean. Printing and Stamping, 493
  • Salmon, John Aiken, Steam Engines, Feeding Boilers, &c., 491
  • Sampson, Frederick, Singeing Fabrics, 32
  • Sampson, George, Joseph Sampson, and Elijah Ledger, Effecting the Folding or Rigging of Woven Fabrics, 156
  • Sands, Sophia, Fringe, 475
  • Sanderson, Thomas, Wheeled Carriages, 377
  • Sauerbrey, Valentin, Fire-arms, 455
  • Sayer, George William, Stopping or Retarding Railway Carriages, 294
  • Seam George. and James Pollard, Power Looms for Weaving, 416
  • Schaeffer, William Charles Theodore, Distilling Fatty and Oily Matters, 13
  • Schaeffer, W, C. T., Treating the WaEte Waters of Woollen and other Mills, 254
  • Scharer, Philipp, and Frederick Schafer, Travelling Bags, Sze., 174
  • SchatO, George, Types, 355
  • Schiele, Christian, Cutting Nuts, Bolts, and Toothed Wheels, 13
  • Schlesinger, Joseph William, Backs and Covers of Account Books and other Books, 453
  • Schmersabl, Augustus Edward, Treatinc Bones for obtaining Gelatine, Size, or Glue, 394
  • Schmidt, Henry, Cork Roller for Lithographic Printing, 513
  • Schvl at., Frederick Martin, Breech-loading Fire-arms, 475
  • Schwedersky, Christian, Floating Ships or Ves. sel-, 235
  • Scott, Henry Young Darracott, Cement, 215 Scott. Joseph, Bottles, and Stoppering them, 353
  • Scott, Uriah, and Frederick Iloldway, Metal Type. 96
  • Scott, William Charles, Separating Coin, 133
  • Scot' en, Thomas Layzell, Horizontal Fin-expnnding CAlopy fur Carriages, Boats, &c.. 455
  • Searle, Thomas John,- Fastenings for Window Sashes, 394
  • Seaton, William, Permanent Way of Railways, 354
  • Semple, Matthew, Pipe Tube or Stem, 43-1 Sharkey, Patrick Henry, Scale Beams or Balances, 156
  • Sharp, Clement, Manufacture of Ships' Thimbles and other Metallic Fittings, &c., !:54
  • Sharrocks, James, Pressing Bricks and other Pl istic Substances, 455
  • Shaw, George Alfred, Thrashing and Cleansing Grain, 53
  • Shaw, John, and William Manwaring, Cutting Turnips or other Vegetable Substances, :;15
  • Shaw, Thomas, Furnaces, .53
  • Shaw, Thomas George, "thrashing and Winnowing Machine, 235
  • Shaw, T. G., Bedsteads, 513
  • Sheard, Scofield Crowther, and George Underwood, Supplyirg Boilers with Water, Generating Steam, and Consuming Smoke, 475
  • Shearman, James Edward, Saddles and Collars for Horses and other Animals, 216
  • Sherar, John, Oil and Spirit Lamps for the Formation of Burners obviating Shadow, 294
  • Sherman, Amory Fairbanks, Ropes, Strands, and for whet purposes, 377
  • Sherman, Amory Fairbanks, Breaking, IIachellsng, Roving, Spinning, and Tarring Hemp, Flax, or any Fibrous Material, 513
  • Sherwin, George, Fire-bi irks, Tiles, Ste., 13
  • Sherwood, Isaac, and Joseph Blount Wayne, Indicating the Number of Passengers carried by a Vehicle and the Distance each has travelled, :55
  • Siblet, Louis Jean Marie, Pulp for Paper, 391
  • Siemens, Charles William, Furnaces, 435
  • Sileoni, Giacomo, Starch from a Plant called Arum maculatum and Arum Italicum, &c., 274
  • Silver, Thomas, Steam Engine Governor, 475
  • Simonds, Warren A., Life-preserving Float, 63
  • Simpson, Alexander, Slap and Toilet Pail, 493
  • Simpson, Frederick, Forming a Screw iu the Necks of Bottles, 315
  • Simpson, James, and EdwinIRimrner, Venetian Blinds, 3!'4
  • Sims, Reuben, Cutting Hay, &c., 554
  • Sisson, William, and Peter White, Steam Pi1e-driving Machinery, 476
  • Sisterson, Walter Henderson, Cranes, 131 Skertchly, Joseph, Saggers, 175
  • Slitter, Thomas, Ploughiz, 494
  • Smart, Henry, Smith, Archibald, Wire Rope and other Ropes, 194
  • Smith, Charles, certain Domestic Utensils, 394
  • Smith, Henry, \V indow Price Tickets, 156
  • Smith. H , Haymaking Machinery, 174
  • Smith, H . Chaff-cutting Niachines, 377
  • Smith, Henry Richard, Gas made fr©m Coal anti other Bituminous Substances fur Illumination, 254
  • Smith, John, Jacquard Machines, 13
  • Smith, J., Pumping, 53
  • Smith, J., Expansive Engines, 354
  • Smith, J., Brushes for Flour Dressing Machines, 394
  • Smith, J., Carpets, 416
  • Smith, Joseph, and Horatio Wiseman, Shutters, 74
  • Smith, Matthew, Looms for Weaving. 434
  • Smith, Noel Clay ton, Disc Engine, 194
  • Smith, Robert, Corded Petticoats, 95
  • Smith, Thomas, Joint for Folding Handles, &c., 13
  • Smith, Thomas Mosdell, and Cornelius Burke, Candles, 2J4
  • Smith, William, and Donald; Bethune, Consuming Smoke, 53
  • Smith, W., Railway Rolling Stock, 53
  • Smith, W., Smoke Consuming Furnace, 355
  • Smith, W., Ornamental Fabrics, 377
  • Smith, W., Jacquard Apparatus, 391
  • Smith, William Henry, MI. D., James Cadman, and Joseph Cadman, Solid and Hollow Bricks, Pipes, &c., from Clay, Shale, &c., 235
  • Smith, William Young, Sawing Wood, 74
  • Somervail, NVilliam, Treatment or Prepare. tion of Fibrou3 Materials for being Spun, 294
  • Sparke, James Bird, and Alfred Sparke, SAW'rag Machinery, 355
  • Sparre, Julius Friedrich Philipp Ludwig Von, Separating Substances of different Specific Gravities, 475
  • Speed, John James, jun., and John Aylesworth Bailey, Seamless Pipes and Tubes, 53
  • Spence, James, Artificial Coral, 254
  • Spence, William, Felt, 53
  • Spencer, George, Facilitating the Discharge of Coals, Minerals, &c., 394
  • Spooner, Lucius Henry, Paper and Paper Pulp, 434
  • Spurr, Edmund Alexander, Fire-places, icc., 35s
  • Stanford, Edward, Envelope, 53
  • Squires, William Weetbrooke, Laying on and Drawing off Fluids, 275
  • Stanley, John, Applying Cranes to Hoisting and Weighing Purposes, also in Generating and Applying Motive Power for the same, 455
  • Steel, William, Discharging Ashes from Steamboats, 394
  • Steinmetz, Andrew, Circular Gas Burners and Chimneys, 114
  • Steinmetz, A., Contrivance to Check the Honesty of Omnibus Conductors, &c , 174
  • Stenhouse, John, (,lue or Gelatine, 434
  • Stephens, James, Paint Brushes, &c., 274
  • Stevens, James, Water Gas Meters, 49 1
  • Stevenson, James, jun., Lighting Apartments and Passages, 455
  • Stewart, D. Yoolow, Moulding Cast-iron Pipes, 215
  • Stobo, John, Lifting Corrosive Liquids, 13 Stokes, — Manufacture of Nails, Pins, &c.,
  • Storey, William, Forming Devices on Paper and Woven Fabrics, 13
  • Stott, Frederic Sayley, Slide Valves, 74
  • Stott, Thomas, Pickers, 174
  • Stratford. Benjamin O'Neale, Earl of Aldborough. Aerial Navigation, btc., 7,94
  • Stratton, William Henry, Fire Doors. 53
  • Stubbin, Frederick, Propelling Vessels, 254
  • Stubbs, William, and James Burrows, Water Closets, 156
  • Sturges, Richard Ford, Metallic Pens, 416
  • Sudbury, John, and Alfred William Linsell, Gas Regulator, 416
  • Sugden, George, and Jonas Briggs, Weaving Checks or Figured Fabrics. 315
  • Sugden, John, Combs for Wool or other Fibrous Materials, 335
  • Sudden, Thomas and Frederick, Sewing Machines, 416
  • Summers, Thomas, Pressure and Vacuum Cauges, 174
  • Sumner, William, Preparing, Slubbing, and Roving Fibrous Materials, 33h
  • Sunderland. Samuel, and Richard Dean, Looms, 394
  • Sutcliffe, Samuel, and James Stocks, Steam Boiler and other Furnaces to Facilitate the Consumption of Smoke, 254
  • Sutherland, Kenneth Leith, Safety C. r.dle Lantern? 434
  • Swain, William, Heating and Ventiht 53
  • Swift, Godwin Meade Pratt, Viscount Carlingford, an Aerial Chariot for Navigating the Air. 174
  • Swift, Robert Fowler, Richard Swift, and John Cormes, Washing, Wringing, and Mangling Fabrics, 416
  • Sykes, Frederic Henry, Feeding Bui!ers with Water, &c., 194
  • Symonds. Charles Edward, Oxide of Lead and its Salts. 156
  • Symonds, Cotton, Ships' Night Signals, I
  • Szerelmey, Nicholas Charles, Materials for rendering Walls Waterproof, 74
  • Szereltey, N C., Preparing Combinations of Materials for Coating Wooden and Iron Ships or Vessels, 475
  • Tabourin, Georges Antoine. Rotative Engine, 254
  • Talabot, Leon, Iron and Steel, 175
  • Talbot, Richard, Furnaces and Manufacture of Iron, 335
  • Tangye, James, and Joseph Tangye, Lifting Jack, 354
  • Taplin, William Henry, Stoves, 394
  • Tayler, Caleb, Sheets and Material suitable for Covering Floors, 513
  • Taylor. Barnabas, Combined Bed and Utensil, 394
  • Taylor, George Edward, Raising and Shearing Cloths, 394
  • Taylor, James, Compensating Crane, 156 Taylor, J., Governors, 174
  • Taylor, J., Crushing various Substances, 175
  • Taylor, James, and Edward Owen, Yellow Prussiate of Potass, 175
  • Taylor, James. Manures,'194
  • Taylor, James, Producing Fire and Light, 394
  • Taylor, John George, Writing Materials, 475
  • Taylor, John Horace, Buckets and Valve Seats for Pumps, 335
  • Taylor, J. H., Regulating the Flow of Fluids, 335
  • Taylor, J. H., Regulating the Flow of Fluids applicable to Water-closets and other situ'. lar Purposes, 493
  • Taylor, Robert, Richard Worswick, and John Lovatt, Railway Chairs, &c., 416
  • Taylor, Samuel Lawrence, and Thomas Eaton Rolfe, Boilers for Generating Steam, &o., 275
  • Taylor, Thomas John, Stereoscope, 175
  • Taylor, William, Producing Ornamental Effects upon Fabrics, 63
  • Taylor, William, Iron and Steel, 235
  • Terry, Alexander Robert, Cutting Sugar, &c., 53
  • Testelin, Emile, Electricity as Moving Power, 335
  • Therrin, Laurent Prosper, Railway Lever Brakes, 513
  • Thom, James, Artificial Teeth, 15G
  • Thomas, Richard Handley, Converting Plastic Substances into r•pherical Forms, 355
  • Thomas, William Frederick, Sewing Machine4, 32
  • Thompson, Henry, Pianofortes, 494
  • Thompson, Henry, and Henry Walmsley, Looms for Weaving, 394
  • Thompson, William, and Hamilton Woods, Lowering NVeights by means of Cranes, &c., 416
  • Thomspn, David, Rotary Pumps, 355
  • Thomson, Francis Hay. Iron, 216
  • Thomson, James, Mowing and Reaping Machines, 315
  • Thomson, W 'Mem, Stoves or Heating Apparatus, 377
  • Thornthwaite, William Henry, Barometer?, 204
  • Thornton, Ebenezer, Furnaces, 32
  • Thornton, James, Bricks, 'riles, and Tubes of Earthenware, 235
  • Thurlow, Thomas Lyon, Reaping Machines, 32
  • Thurstleid, Joseph, Water Ram, 355
  • Thwaites, John Hall Brock, Holding Stamps, 13
  • Tilghman, Benjamin Chew, Treating Fatty and Oily Substances, 455
  • Tindall, Robert, jun., Harpoon Guns and Ammunition, 41G
  • Tingle, George, Articles from Clay and other Plastic Substances, 494
  • Tizard, William Littell, Fermenting Apparatus used in Brewing, 134
  • Todd, William, and Jacob Todd, Power Looms for Weaving, 194
  • Tolkien, Henry, and Joseph Middleton, Piano. fortes, 455
  • Tomaslni, Dominico, Easy Chairs and Chamber Commodes, 3!5
  • Tonks, Stephen, Joseph Breeden, and Wro. Breeden, Gas Burner, 434
  • Touche, Victor, Paper from Buss or Bast, 216
  • Toussaint, Joseph Ferdinand, Discovery of Fissures, Flaws of Axles, &c., 394
  • Townsend, Thomas Jackson Manes, Drain Pipes Machinery, 114
  • Tozer, James Honiball, Travelling Caps and other Coverings for the Head. 475
  • Trappes, Henry, Construction of a Sliding Drawer, applicable to all Steam Engines, for the Distribution of Steam, Aeriform, or Liquids, used for 'ny Purpose, 475
  • Trattle', Matthew, Tools for Cutting Cylindrical and Conical Forms, 74
  • Travis, George, Cheese, 275, 424
  • Travis, William, Furnaces, 254
  • Treeby, Thomas Wright Gardener, Sewers and Gulley', 274
  • Treeby, 1'. W. G., Syphons, 377
  • Tripe, Julius Decimus, Affording Increased Security to Valves, Taps, &c., 74
  • Tucker, Edward, Starch, 416
  • Turnbull, Robert, Cradles for Heaving up Ships, 95
  • Turner, Archibald, Elastic Fabrics, 13, 434
  • Turner, Charles, and Louis Waterrnann, Hats made from Straw, Grass, &c., 175
  • Turner, John, Bread, 216
  • Turner, Joseph, Oscillating Engines, 74
  • Turnbull, Robert, Slips or Ways for Heaving up and Moving Ships. &c., 394
  • Turner, Thomas, and Henry Boyens, Steering Ships, and Apparatus for Signalling' between the Deck and Engine-room of Steam Vessels, 416
  • Turner, William Allen, Starch, 156
  • Tytherleigh, William, Bullets and Shot. 315
  • Tyler, Henry Whatley, Permanent Way of Railways, 423
  • Underwood, John, Printing, S:c , 416
  • Urquhart, William, Ornamenting Household Furniture, 274
  • Unwin, Henry, Waste Heat from Coke Ovens, 156
  • Vanderborght, Micliael Joseph, producing simultaneously the three-fold effect of Cast. ins, Breaking-off, and Rubbing (smoothing) of Printing Cbaracters, 475
  • Vann(); , Henry, Heating Foot.stove,g, Beds. &c, 114
  • Varley. Cromwell Fleetwood, Electric Telegraphs, 74
  • Vasserot, Charles Frederick, Covering Grain with Manure, 114
  • Vasserot, Charles Frederic, Paint, 354
  • Vasserot, C. F., Preserving Fish, 32
  • Vasserot, C. F., New Beverage, 114
  • Vasserot, C. F., Hydrostatic Bellows, 134
  • Vasserot, C. F., Fusee or Tinder-box and Lighter, 134
  • Vasserot, C. F., Gasoeene, 134
  • Vaughan, Horace, Hardening Steel and Iron, 53
  • Verdeil, Francois Auguste, and Emond Michel, Extracts from Madder fur Dyein2 and Printing, 95
  • Wadsworth, James, Ileating and Ventilating Apartments, 13
  • Wagstaff, John Cheesman, Felted Cloth, 53
  • Walker, Andrew Barclay, Heating Fluids, 194
  • Walker, Peter, Distilling Vinegar, 114
  • Walker, Robert Porter, Hulling and Scouring Coffee and similar Substances. 455
  • Walker, William Thomas, Apparatus used in Gas Works for Exhausting, Forcing, and Regulating the Flow of Gas, &c., 175
  • Waller, Henry, Vessels used in the Manufacture of Cheese, 13
  • Walmesley, Samuel, Preparing and Spinning Fibrous Materials, 394
  • Walton, Frederick, Wire Cards for Metallic Brushes, 431
  • Walton, F., Plastic Compositions, 194, -135
  • Walton, F., and John Pinson, Stamping or Raising Metals, 475
  • Walton, Joseph, Tables, 13
  • Walton, J., Looms for Wea' ing, 134
  • Warburton, James, Preparing and Combing Wool, 416
  • Warburton, J., Carving Machinery, 416
  • Warburton, J . Preparing and Combing Wool and other Fibres, 416
  • Ward, Frederick 01,ifield, and Frederick Wy-nauts, Manures, 13
  • Ward, F. O., and F. Wynauts, Manure, and obtaining Accessory Products, 513
  • Ward, John, Manure, 355
  • Wardell, Robert, Reaping Machines, 377
  • Waresqulel, Albert Viscount de, and Julien D'Helle, Railway Carriages, 315
  • Warlicb, Ferdinand Charles, Generating Steam, 494
  • Warne, James, Combination of Metals applicable to Decorative Purposes, 133
  • Warne, William, Deckle Straps, 114
  • Watkins, Francis, Rivets, Rohs, and Spikes, 475
  • Watkins, F., Bolts, Spikes, and Rivets, 114
  • Watkins, Leonard ‘V 'Liam, Putty, 7 t
  • Watson, John Forrest, Watches, 175
  • Watson, Thomas, and Thomas Singleton, Looms, 156
  • Watt, William, Treating Indian Corn, Sc., for Fermentation, 96
  • Way, John Thomas, Soap. 513
  • Way, J. T., Obtaining Light by Electricity, &c , 455
  • Weild, William, Looms for Weaving, 15';
  • Weild, W., Printing, Dyeing, and Preparing Yarns, &c., 416
  • Weiss, Charles, and J. Henry Lister, ing Mohair and other Textile Fabrics, 294
  • Weiss, Charles, Henry Lister, and John Mitchell, Finishing Woollen and other Textile Fabrics, Sce., 335
  • Welch, Edward, Fireplaces and Flues, 493
  • Welch, George, Metallic Pens and Penholders, 394
  • Wells, Joseph 1;enry George, Pumps and Valves, 53
  • Westlake. John, Cleaning and Dressing Ores of Pulverised Tin, -155
  • Wheatley, Thomas, and William Wheatley, Fog Signals, 13
  • Wheatman, John, and John Smith, Grinding Circular saws, '275
  • Wheelhouse, Thomas, and John Greenwood, Ventilating Vehicles, 513
  • Whines, John, Machines for Dove-tailing Grooving, &c , 131
  • Whitaker, Frederic, Sewing and Embroidering, 475
  • White, George, Dyeing and Printing Textile Fabrics, 174
  • White, G., Weaving, 315
  • White, G., Glass Furnaces, 354
  • White, Thomas, Boots, Shoes, &c., 53 •
  • White, William, Making Moulds for Casting Metals, 391
  • Whitehead, John, Boilers, 216
  • Whitehead, Thomas, Spinning Flax, Tow, &c., 394
  • Whitesmith, Isaac, and William Whitesmith, Weaving, 475
  • Whittles, Henry, and Robert Schofield, Slide Valves of Steam Engines, &c., 156
  • Whitehead, William, Cards for Jacquard Mechanism, 475
  • Whowel!, Charles, Stretching and Finishing Woven Fabrics, 134
  • Wickens, Henry, Throat-guard, 13
  • Wicks, Peter, and Thomas Goulston Gbislin, Utilising the Fibrous Hints of South Africa,;355
  • Wieland, John Frederick, Clcan:ng the Teeth, 335
  • Wiggs, Charles Jas., Supplying Steam Boilers with Water, 156
  • Wigram, William Knox, Igniting Lucifer M aches, 53
  • Wiles, William Gresham, Brewing, 394
  • Wiley, William Edward, Metal Pens and Penholders, 19 1
  • Wiley, W. E., Needle Cases, &c , 4-)5
  • WIIPY, W. E., Ever-pointed veiled-eases, 254
  • Wility, W. F., Ever pointed Pencils, 434
  • Wilkens, William, Cannon, 175
  • Wilkes, John, Thomas Wilkes, and Gilbert Wilkes, Rollers for Printing Fabrics, 275
  • Wilkins, William, Flushing Apparatus, 191
  • Wilkins, W., Laying Submarine 1. elegraph Cables, 493
  • Wilkinson, Charles Cave, Carving Forks, 53
  • Wilkinson, Wiliam, Lighting, and in Lamps, 254
  • Wilke, Lot, ignalling between the Guards and Engine Drivers on Railway Trains, 254
  • Williams, Charles Wye, Charging Furnaces with Fuel, 74
  • Williams, C. W., Furnace Grates and Fire-bars, 114
  • Williams, C. W., Increasing the Draught and promoting the Combustion of the Fuel in Furnaces, 194
  • Willi:1mq, Joel, Cocl:s or Taps, 294
  • Williams, John, Lowering and Stopping Anchor-chains on board Ships, Ste , 191
  • Williains, J., Common Road Vehicles, 216
  • Williams, John Ploughing or Tilling Land, 156
  • Willitims, William, Propeller for Ships, Sze., 416
  • Williamson, John, Francis Williamson, John Wright, and Joseph Wadsworth, Looms, 493
  • Willis, Henry, Or'ans, 175
  • Witlis, H., Supplying Air to Organs, &c., 355
  • Wilson, George, Weaving, 254
  • Wilson, George Fergussnn, Cdndles, 134
  • Wilson, G Night lights, 134
  • Wilson, G. F., Treating Petroleum, 134
  • Wilson, G. F , reating Burmese Petroleum, 114
  • Wilson, John, Steel, 174
  • Witson, Joseph William, Cutting Tools for Rounding or Surfacing on Wood, 291
  • Wilson, Robert, Raising or Forcing Fluids, 455
  • W&on, Thomas, Floating Bodies used in Washing Machines, 513
  • Wilton, Thomas, and John Huggett, Regu-latint: the Flow of Gas, 355
  • Wirrball, Henry, Bricks, Tiles, Pipes, Stc. 335
  • Wimball, Heory, Pug Mills, 416
  • Wimshurst, Henry William, Sheet Metal, 134
  • Winder, T1.omas Robert, Submarine Works, 394
  • Wingate, Thomas, Screw Propellers, and in adjusting the same, 194
  • Withnall, James, Rollers or Cylinders for Printing Calico, &c., 335
  • Withnall, J., Rollers for Printing Calico, &c., 394
  • Withnall, Thomas, Metallic Rol:ers, 215
  • Wood, Edward Robert, Labels, 235
  • Wood, William, Carpets and other Pile Fabrics, 216, 235
  • Woodley, John, and Henry Herbert Swinford, Sawing Machines, 274
  • Woodward. Frederick Grindlay Howard, Medicine for the Cure of Dropsy, 4-)5
  • Worrall, John Mayo, Finishing Fu,tiano, 156
  • Worrall, John Mayo, Finishing Fustians, called " Diagonals," 175
  • Wright, Alexander, Malt, 15G Might, Charles Emiluti, Lubricating Compounds, 95
  • Wright, George, Stove (rates, 175
  • Wright, G , Heating, 394
  • Wright, John Turner, and E I ward Payton right, Ropes, Cords, and Mill Bandings, Kc , 13
  • Wright, Josiah, Bleaching Straw Plait and Straw, 377
  • Wright. Lemuel Wellman, Machinery for Bending Plates, 13
  • Wright, Robert Alfred, and Louis Jules Fouche, Chemical Decompositions by Means of Superheated Steam and Water, 377
  • Wright, Samuel, Gas Regulators, 235
  • Wridev, Francis, Cutting Tobacco, 175
  • Wyie, Juhn, Pianofortes, 377
  • Yarrow, Thomas, Locomotive Engines, 335
  • Yearoev, James, Instrument for applying Artificial Tympanums, 13
  • Yeldham, Stephen, Indices to Books of all kinds, 475
  • Young, Fireplaces or Stoves, 194
  • Z?ng, Henry Lawrence De, Marine and Fog Signals, &c., 254
  • Zibelin, Jean Alexandre, Fabrication of Artificial Wines, Brandy, anti Vinegar, 294
  • Ziegler, Ernst, Substitute for Animal Charcoal, 434
  • Zipser, Wilhelm, and Johann Peter Klein, Woollen Cloth, 261

Complete Specifications – List of Names

  • Barlow Charles, Regenerating the Impulsive Force of any Motive Power, 355
  • Bou•fivld, George Tomlinson, Collapsable Boats and Pontoons, 394
  • Burringion, Gilbert, Prevention of Waste of Liquids whilst Transferring them from one Vessel to another, 315
  • Burstall, Thomas, Bricks and Tiles from Clay, 235
  • Dyer, Nathan Appleton, Composition applied as a Covering to Building,, acc., •z35
  • Elder, William, and George Sharp," Steam Wimmers and Machinery for Forging Iron, 453
  • Gedge, John, Gas Retorts in the Furnaces of Steam Engines, 494
  • Gilmour, George, Second Anchor Shackle, 294
  • Hale, Thomas, Heating and Ventilating Buildings, 494
  • Kitelee, Thomas, Breakfast Powder, 114
  • Larnaudes, Jean Francois Victor, Disinfection and Deodorisation of Animal and Vegetable Substances, 335
  • Lee, Richard Egan, Printing Apparatus, 315
  • Marecchal, Jules Henri Etienne, Hydraulic Presses, 32
  • Morse, tieorge Woodward, Breech-Loading Fire-Arm, 434
  • Philcox, George, Chronometers, Sze , 235 Pickling, William, Piled Fabrics, 251
  • Quinche, Antoine Joseph, Indic wing the Distance £ravelled by Vehicles, 294
  • Rostaing, Charles Sylvester, Preparing Metallic Substances for Colours, 32
  • Sievier, Robert William, Treating Saccharine Juices, 394
  • Thurtell, Walter, Casts for Stamps, 74
  • Vasil rote Charles Frederic, Typographical Numbering A pparat" 434
  • West, Daniel, Presses, 13
  • White, George, Poultice, 32
  • Vaunt on iDbicl) £100 ,Statup Dun) lj t5 bccn John, 1;.-)

Grants of Provisional Protection - Subject Matter

  • Abating Smells, Sir James Murray, 114
  • Aceeicratinz Tanning, Prix A ugmte Theo. dore Pichon. 114
  • Action of Upri4ht Pianofortes, William Mills, 254, 294
  • Actuating the Breaks of Carriages used on Railways. and (or Coupling such Carriages, George lIsrd•itaIr, 254
  • Action of Horizontal Pianofortes, Augustus, Knitwasser, 215
  • Actual Measurement for Delineating Garments, William Bar, 513
  • Actuating Railway Breaks, Pctict Jules Alex. ander, -155
  • Adjusting Chandeliers, Joseph and Edmund Ratcliffe 355
  • Adjustable Connexion of Joint particularly applicable to Agricultural Implements, Henry Cogan, 475
  • Adverisking, Henri Laurent Muller, jun., .1() Advertising, Day and Ni. ht, Thomas (ireyille Potter, 394
  • Aerial ( harlot for Navigating the Air, An, Goodwin Meade Pratt '1ivvift, Viscount Curlingford, 174
  • Aerial Navigation, &c., Btrijamin O'Neale Stratford, Earl of Aldborough, 394
  • Affixing Stamps and Labels to Documents, Ge, rge Brnok Price, 434
  • ilirictiltural implement to be used in Tilling Op Land, T. !Awes, 294
  • Agricultural Implitmelits for Breaking Clods of Earth, Riclyird Emery, 13
  • Air.' Beds, Cushions, &c., J. Macintosh, 394 Air am!. NVater Discharge Apparatus for St of Pipes, George McCailan, 235
  • Air aid Waterproof Coatings, W Clark, 53 Alarm Apparatus when using Electric Currents, Jo•cph Seclie Greenhow, Nairn. to the Inmates of Dwellirg Houses, Giving, Robert Cameron Calton, I 1.1 AlaruM for Ships, John Mcintyre. 53 Alarums, Richard Houchin, jun., 194
  • Alizarine, Mucklow, 335
  • Alum or Sulphate of Alumina, John Metcalf, 13
  • Amalgamating Certain Substances for the Produettr n of Fuel, 'V illlam Neville. 111!•5
  • Amalgamaticul of Precious Metals, Wirt Ker Aitchison, 133
  • Anchg,rs, M. Burke, 13
  • Anchors, Samuel laycraft, 114
  • Anchors, Benjamin Hingley and Samuel I-linglev, :s5N 455
  • Animal Trapp, W. S. Clark and B. Moore, •194
  • Anti-Garotte Cravat, Andrew Peddle lion', 134
  • Annealing of Glass and the Firing of Pottery. scare, Samuel Neville. 1:t3
  • Annealing Wire, John it% land', 215
  • Antl-syphilitic Compound, Theodore Lipka, 455
  • Apparatus used in Gas Works for Exhausting. Forcing and Regulating the Flow of Gas, &c., William Thomas Walker, 175
  • Apparatus fur Guarding the Mouths of Pits, &c., William Reid, 244
  • Apparatus for Locomotive Purposes, Josiah Pat ken, 254
  • Application of a Certain Foreign Fruit as an Article of Food, Joseph Slatierte Edwa.th, 233
  • Application of Steam to Lifting or Hoisting Coals from ships' Holes, Thomas Nathaniel Pengelly and George Porter, '091
  • Applying Cranes to Hoisting and Weighing Purposes, also in Generating and Applying Motive Power for the same, John , 435
  • Appl)ing Fuel for Heating, Ebenezer Roger', 394
  • Applying Metals over Hard Vitrified Surfaces by Galvanoplastic Process, Eugene Theo. dare Noualhier, and Jcan Baptiste Prevost, 74. Applying Starch to Woven Fabrics, James Gilroy, 175
  • Articles from Clay and other Plastic Substances, George Tingle, 494
  • Articles of Earthenware and other Ceramic Materials, Richard Archibald Broomall. 74 Application of Artificial Boards or Papier Mache, James Broad, 335
  • Applying Breaks to Railway Carriages, George Frederick Lee Nleakin, 236
  • Applying Marks on Paper for Postal Purposes, Jean Jacques t ooktant Benoist, 264
  • Artificial Fuel. Richard Reeves Cox, 531 Artificial Granite and blarble Veneering, James Hartas Headley, 13
  • Artificial Coral, James Spence. 254
  • Artificial Flowers, Aimable Antoinette Resell Eusquet, 434
  • Artificial Hands, Gustave Perez Di Termini, 133
  • Artificial Leather, Frederick Charles Jeune, 216
  • Artificial Ler, W. E. Newton, 335
  • Artificial Stone, Pierre Alexannore Barteau, Gabriel Guy, and Charles Corroy, 115
  • Artificial Stone, Joseph Ellis, 475
  • Artificial Teeth, James honi, 156
  • Artificial Tympanums, instrument for Applying. James Yeanley, 13
  • Artificial 1V int.?, Brands, and Vinegar, Fabrication of Jean Alexandre Zibelin, 294
  • Attaching Handles to Table Cutlery, C. W. Ramie, 475
  • Attaching Knobs to Spindles, C. W. Ramie, 434
  • Attaching Knobs to Spindles, William Henry Collins, .:94
  • Axles for Hallway ( arriages, and Marts fur slit-tons Purposes, Cherie% Cammell, 434
  • Azure Blue for Domestic Purposes, Charles Bruton, sea., Charles Bruton, jun., Francis James Bruton, and Samuel Roger Bruton, 254
  • Backs and Covers of Account Honks rind other Boas, Joseph William Schlesinger, 455
  • locks, George Eskholme, Henry Wilkes 134
  • Bands, Straps, or Belts for Driving Machinery, Godfrey Ertnen, and 1 rancts Skencer, 235
  • Band Fastenings, Belt or, &c., Alexander Forrest, 191
  • Bank Notes, George Washing,,ea Van Abbott, 53
  • Barometers, William Henry Thornthwaite, 294
  • Beaters used in Threshing Mich;nes, Henry Bradley, and F.Imit Wray, 315
  • Beat inz and Brushing Carpets, Emanuel Berger, and .Jules Edouard Mati e, Bei.r Engine and Vent Peg, L. D. Jackson, 113
  • Bedsteads, T. G. Shaw, 513
  • Beds and Niattr-tsse?, Gecrge Ritchie, 53 Beehive, Franc )is Menitsier, 116
  • Bendin: Plates, Machinery for, Lemuel Wellman Wright 13
  • Benumbing sine Part of the !Inman Frame previous to a Surgical ( peration, Sze , Chairs Thomas Robert Pr% nn, 455
  • Better Organisai ion of the Instrumental Muck Scale, J. 1'. Pitman, 156
  • Beverage, New, C. F. Vasserot, 114
  • Billiard Table., Victor Blumberg, 513
  • Binding Books, Jean Baptiste Leuillet, 375 Bite for Horses, Frederick Decastr., Jones, 234
  • Blacking for Boots, Sic , James Ilamcher, 174 Blanks of Fork., and other Tools, &c., William Levesley. 416
  • Bleathing Straw Plait and Straw, Josiah 377
  • Blooming Iron, James Ab'iot, Jun., Richard Handley Thomas, John Young, and James Edgard Hunt, •1;5
  • Blowing Apparatus, Fans or, William Ogden and Ilenry Firth, 394
  • Boats, Buoys, NV. E. Newton, 355
  • Bohliin Net or Tv; ist Lice Machinery, James Red;ate, Edwin Ellis, and John Cropper, 32
  • Boilers fur Generating Steam, Re , Samuel Lawrence Taylor and Thomas Eaton Rolfe, 275
  • Boilers, John Whitehead, 216
  • liollinu. Bleachinf.., , Filirous Materials, Alexander Macartlitir, 13
  • Boilers for Generating Steam, \\ illi tin Hey. wood, 155
  • &c., A ppuatus for Manufacturing, James Marrow, 355
  • Bolts, Rivets, Spikes, &c., Leonard Bower, 133
  • Bolts and Ilivetc, It. A. Brooman. 335
  • Bolts for Door-, Charles ile<, 335
  • Boots, Shoes, and Clog, Denis Grundy, 414
  • Boots, Shoes, 8ce., W. E. Newton, 475
  • Boots and Shoes, John King. 377
  • Boots, Shoes, S:c., Thomas ‘V hits, 53
  • Boots, &c., Robert Kaniow Hots Icy, 301
  • Boots and `hoes, Julian Bernard, 175
  • Booty, shoe., Harness, and other Articles. Jean Leonard Codet Nezrler, 493
  • Botslev, and Stoppering them, Jo,epli Scott, 355
  • Boxes and similar Article,, SLc., William Kendall. 4 '6
  • Boring and Fuming Fittings for Gas. Alfred Vincent Ne..tton, 13
  • Borinz and luting Stone and Ventilating, Daniel Collation, 377
  • Bracelets, A 'twine Mete and Francois Alexander Driult, 175
  • Bread, John Torner, 216
  • Bread, John I cttigrew, 71
  • Bread and Biscuits, Maki9g, Julien Blanc, 915
  • Br and Scroshing Flax, Hemp, and het ribrotis Statances, Arnie Koch, 235
  • Breakwateis in , Deep Water, Constructing, James Aberneibv„215
  • awaking, l'nebel4no, Roviny, Spinninr, and 'aifing Hemp, Flax, or any Fibrous Marit1/41, Amory Visirbanks Sherman, 613
  • Ilr ltailwaF, lidtvard Finch, 355
  • Brake, Railway, ihiam Robinson Jackson, 194
  • Brewing, William Gresham Wilec, 394 Ureech-loading Fire.arms, Frederick Martin Schwab, 476
  • Breech.loading Guns and Pistols, Chsrle' Greece, 336
  • Breech loading Fire-arms, Gustav Adolph Blittikoo ski, 114
  • Breech loading Fire-arms, George Alexander Harrison, 32
  • Breech loading Guns or PistolF, &c., ('barks Crickmay, 176
  • Bricks, Peter ElTerts, 475
  • Bricks', Nest, Pipes, &c., Ilcr ry NV imball, 335
  • Bricks, Tiles, Pipe., and other Articles made of Plastic Materials, Joseph Pimlott Oates, 315
  • Bricks and Tiles, Making, Richard Bradley and William Craven, 415
  • Bricks, Tiles, &c., Gabriel Arthnr, 377
  • Bricks, Pipes, bee., from Clay, Shale, &e., Solid and Hollow, William Henry Smith, M.D., James Cadman, and Joseph Cadman, 235
  • Bricks, John Francis Porter, 156
  • Bricks, Tiles, and Tubes of Earthenware, James Thornton, 23.5
  • Bridges and Arched Structures, Henry Thomas Helyer, 254
  • Bridges, Iron, John Talbot Pitman, 7.1
  • Brine to be Used in the Manufacture of Salt, George Lauder and Thomas Ireland, 315 Brushes for Flour Dressing Machines, J. Smith, 394
  • Brushes William Greenslade and James Wood, 175
  • Buckets rind Valve Seats for Pumps, John Horace Taylor, 335
  • Bruising and Grinding Vegetable Substances, John Hardley, 475
  • Brushes for Sweeping Boiler and other Tubes, Circular, A. P. How, 455
  • Bttlfing Apparatus for Railway Engines and Carriages, James Drysdale Malcolm, 415 Burning of Gas, Alfred Augustus de Reginald Hely, 455
  • Burning Gas, Apparatus for, John Robert Reid !lunar:1s, :;15
  • Burning Pyrotechnic Composition,, John 11ou1e, 213
  • Buckle or Fa'teidng, Frulerick John Jones, 9 1
  • Buildings rind other Structures. William Bride. s Adams, 215
  • Bullets awl Shot, William 'fytherleigh, 315
  • Buttons, W. E. Net. ton, 15
  • Buttons, and Means of Fastening Buttons to Garments, Stc , illinm Poupard, 235
  • Buttons, Mould for the Manufacture of, Alex. ander Delon, ::3-1
  • Candled, George Fergusson Wilson, 111 Cannon, William 1Viakens, 175
  • ('ans or Feeders, John Jolson, 513
  • Calks for the Sh;es of Animals, Edward Maynard, 191
  • Candid., Thomas Mosdell Smith and Cornelius Burke, 291
  • Candles, Moulded, George Miller Clarke. 53
  • Condit's and Night Lamps, Samuel Clarke, 333
  • Cap tans, Thomas Brost), 291
  • Cap., Br atm. 13
  • Caps for the Head, Julius Goodmnn, Abraham Myer?, and Louts Goodman, 174
  • Cap.ules, W. E Newton, 53
  • Catbnnisinc or Distilling Wood, Pent, OilCoke, Cool, for the Production of Guys Georges Danre, Pierre Fortune Victor MouMardi and Pierre Ads len Niercier, 274
  • Carding Enginec, A. V. Newton, 355
  • Carding Engines, A. V. Nevrtnn, 294
  • Carding Machines, J. H. Johnson, 251
  • CAr•ling Machiiierv, J. Warburton, 416
  • Carpets, J. Smith, 416
  • Carriages, Pierre Victor Beaumesnil and Chines F.rhnrd, 355
  • Carriages, Findlater and William Keetley, 271
  • Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Materilk, Peter ltothwell Arrowamith and Itobi.i Caunce, 513
  • Cartridges Bullets, Ste., Edward Lindner, 254 Carpets and other Pile Fabrics, William Wood 216, 235
  • Carpi t Lining. Making, John Talbot Pitman, 74
  • Card-setting Machinev, Ste., Thomas Crabtree, 53
  • Carding Wool and other Fibres, J. iluiden, 156 Carpets. Am James Merryleps, 493 Carriages, F. H Maberley, 74
  • Cuddy° ',Amid% and Harness Furniture and Fittings, Howard Ashton Ilolden, 3J3 Cards for Jacquard Mtichanlsm, W illiam W hitehead, 475
  • Carding Co. ton and other Fibrous &lint:wee, Samuel Faulkner, 254
  • Card!ng Cotton, &c., TI1011181:;idehottom Ads. head and Abraham Holden, 335
  • Casting Metallic Articles, A. V. Newton, 174 Casting Railway Chairs, and other Castinz,, Thomas Howard Head and Joseph Wright, 294
  • Ca'tors, Joseph Morel, 53
  • Cast Steel, Charles Pouvert, 225
  • Cast Steel, Charles Lenz, 166
  • Cast Steel. Sir Francis Charles Knowles, 354
  • Cast Iron Pipes, Walter 'Macfarlane, 235
  • Cast steel, Manufacture of, Robvrt ldusbet, 291
  • Cast Steel., R. Niushet, 354
  • Casting and Finishing Types and Viznettes, Francois Con,tance, 131
  • Carving Fork., Charles Cave Wilkinson, 53 (lasting Metals, J. 11, Johnson, 175
  • Castor., Jule' n Charles Dubois, 455 Centrifugal Machines for the Manufacture of Sugar, Andrew M'Onie, 156
  • Cement, M..rtar, Concrete, and Articial Stone, Edward Loos, 291
  • Cement, Henry Young Darracott Scott, 215 Centrifugal Force in Purifying Minerals, Jos. Nicolas Victor Cadiat, 175
  • Chains, John Dangerneld, 134
  • Chains for Cables, Edward Edwards, 216 Chargini.: Furnaces with Fuel, Charles Wye ittiamss 74
  • Charting and Cappinz the Nipples of Firearms, Edward Paton and Charles Frederick Walsh, 13
  • Chaff.cuii ing Machines, II. Smith, 377 Chaff.ciitting Mat hives, John Conies, 13 Chain Harrows. W. C Cau.bridge, 391
  • Chain l'ump, Charles Henry Murray, 21.5 Charcocd Filter for R..ctifying spirits and Filtering Fluids, William Hood, .134
  • Cheese, George Travis, 275,434
  • Cheese, Vessels used in the Manufacture of Henry Waller, 13
  • Chemical Decomposition by Means of Superheated steam and Water, Robert Alfred Wright and Louis Jules Fouche, 377
  • Chenille and other Piled Fabrics, Thomas Peake, 114
  • Chimney Cowl, William Lawrance, 74 Chimney Carly, Ji lin Milner, 13 t himney Tops or t owls, James Saul llendy, 191
  • Chuese, Joseph Howard, jun., and Wiliiam Howard, 455
  • Churnc, William Blacklidge, jun., and George Read, 476
  • Clearing and Ploughing Land, Maciiinery for, Victor Augustin Kientzy, 133
  • Closing Jars, Bottles, &c., John Roberts, 95 Closing the Supply Cocks of Gas Burners, John Oldham 74
  • Cleansing Certain . Descriptions of Cotton Waste, Arthur Neild and Nathaniel Buckley Sutcliffe, 316
  • Cleansing and Drying Animal and Vegetable Substances, Thomas Lawes, 9:, J54 Cleaning Knives, &c., Machines for. Elkan Adler and Robert Parker Abernethy, 394 (leaning Casks. John Henry Francis and Robert Ord, 455
  • Cleansing Casks, George Chappell Potts, 19,1 Cleaning the Bottoms of Iron Ships while Afloat, Charles Robert•on, 513
  • Cleaning Knives, Charles Richard OIIUT' and James Anning Gollop, 96
  • Cleaning Knives, E. Adler and Francis Barber Howell, 335
  • Cleaning the Teeth, John Frederick Widland, 335
  • Cleaning Iron and other Metals, Richard John. son, 275
  • Cleaning Grains, Azricultural Machine for, Jacques Richard, 391
  • Cocks, Louis Laurent liequemie, 494
  • Cocks, William James Payne, 53
  • Cocks or Taps. Joel Williams, 294
  • Cock, Wrought Iron, Alfred Dawson, 455 ColouringMatter, A pplying a Certain, v. Woven or Felted Fabrics, Richard Dugdalo Kay, 194
  • Combining Ploughs with Locomotive EnOnes, Jame. Boyden, 134
  • Combined lied and Utensil, Barnabas Taylor, 39.1
  • Combination of Metals opplicab'c to Decorative l'orposes, James \Vurne, 133
  • Combing Wool, &c., Joseph Sharp Bailey, 53
  • Comforters, Srarfs, Szc., Pierre Ernest I.avaud de Lavigerie, 156
  • Common !toad Vehicles, J. Williams. 21r. Compounds of Alumina and of Magnesia, D. Baker, 191
  • Comprcs.ing Clay and other Materials appli. cable to the Manufacture of Bricks, G. T. Boustield, 274
  • Composition in lieu of Argol,Tart-ir, and Tar. tarie Acid, XVI!ham Wolfe Bonny, 455 Compound Printing Maundrills, John Barber, 216
  • Composition for Curinifthe Scab in Sheep and Lambe. Re., Prime Itahan Jones.455 Compounds of Cyntiogen, Christopher Binks, 74
  • Compounds or Alumina, Henry Pose and Thomas Itichaidson, 13
  • Curry Combs, J. '1'. Pitman, 431
  • Combs for Wool or other Fibrous Materials, John Sugden, 335
  • Compensating Crane, James Taylor, 156 Composition for Bedding Bricks iu Furnaces, William Jacobs, 95
  • Coating Metals, G. Bedson, 1:31
  • Coating Iron with Tin, G. T. Boustleld, 156 Coating and Insulating %Vire, George Henson, 111
  • Coating Metal with Metallic Compounds, Six , G. Bed$01). 175
  • Coating ltooti or other Portions of Buildings to render them Impervious to %Vet, W. E. Nevrion, 251
  • Coiled Springs, A. V. Newton, 355
  • Coating die Surfaces of the Ce115 of Galvanic Batteries, Ste , Staini-laus ItOlfe, 191
  • Coffins, Sze., %Vi:liam Henry Bros Constructing and Hefting Buildings and Apparatus for the Winding of Silk from the Co. coon, R. A Brooman, 2.54
  • Constructing I)onrs and Windows for the Pre_
  • yention Burglary, Walter Sandell 31Appin. 191
  • Construction of Expansible Boxes, Cases, &c., W illiam Childs, Jun , 315
  • Consuming Gas, James Ilansor, 335
  • Consuming Smoke, James Itu,sell Clilentil', 156
  • Consuming Smoke, John Middleton, 156 Con-umptIon of Smoke, Tho as Holmes, 71 Cooling and Evaporating, Edward 31ucklow, 235
  • Cop Tubes used in Spinning, John Harland, 410
  • Cork Holler for Bottles and other Vessels. A. P. How. 434
  • Coating Iron and other Metals with Metallic Sub.tances. Francis lisimil/on, Charles Bur. cell, and James Hamilton, 315
  • Corded Poi iconts, Robert Nnith. 95
  • Coating Wrought Iron, Rev. Jame.: Burrow, 344
  • Coats and Waistcoats, William Gcsillim Mer-lett, 294
  • Cocks and raps, Eugene Napoleon Cadet, 133 Wilham C.)ry, 4 :it Collars and Wristbauris, John Cravilry. 19.1 Combing Wools and other Fibres, I. Holden, 156
  • Combining Steam Engines and Boilers, George storey Moore, 114
  • Communicating Motion to Propelling Appa-ratu:, Armand Jean Baptiste Louis de Mar-cescheau, 194
  • Communicating Sknals awl Orders from the Captain on deck to the ENineer below, Gro'go Horns. y.494
  • Ci Apparatus, Joseph Franclis Marie, king Apparatus, for the Prevention of the Decay and Fouling of Ships' Bottoms and other Exposed Surfaces, James Edgar Cook, 493
  • Compounds resembing Gutta Percha from Flour, Fibrine, Gelatine, &c., Edward Joseph Hughes, 93
  • Compoundlor the Purpnseof Stiffenimt Fibrous or Textile Martial., Itc , James Iliggin and John Lightfoot. 416
  • Connecting the Rails of Railway., J. Morris, 354
  • Cork Roller for Lithographic Printing, Henry Schmidt, 513
  • Cords to he use I in Skirts and Petticoats, Elias Bosseock, 19.1
  • Corsets, John Garnett. 416
  • Coupling or Connecting Pires. Columns, Ike., whereby they become adapted for the Support and Conveyance of Velliee., &c., Hugh Greavec, 254
  • Counting, ('sitting, and Inserting Wire in Blocks of Wood for 1 tinting and Stamping Linen, Calico, &c., LIconorc Angirigin Pag. nerre, 335
  • Covering Gr.tin with Manure, (•barles Frede. rick Vassernt, 111
  • Covered Buttons, &c., John Aston and John Brant, 13. Construction of a Sliding Drawfr. applicible to all Steam Engines, for the Distribution of Steam, Aeriforin or 11(00, used for any Purpose, Henry 'frappes, 47.5
  • Connecting the Feed Pipes of Lncomotise Engines and Ten.!er, Jim.s Fentnn, 216 Conskimtol: Snu.ke, Charles parlow, 365 Consiimfm: Smoke in Funmees and Chimneys. D. Bethune,-513
  • Constyucting 'Dry pock .4Otarles Langley. ti • 1. C‘MStretnii)n Gfehit/i, Ttiotnter Aytesjand no bent Andrew ..:5•Nry. Pin , 134 • •
  • Connecting Pipes to the 11 14ins or Water Closets, Jesse Bridgwood, 175
  • Connecting Sisindles of Locks and Latches with their Handle', Nathan Ager, 155 Consuming Smoke, Ferdinand Jossa, 355 Conking by COP, John Grant, 13
  • Copying and other Presses, George Newton, 314
  • Collisions at Sea, Preventing. J. If. Johnson, 16
  • Collecting the Inflammable (lases generated in Blast Furnaces, Charles Edward Darhyt 43.1 Cimstimption of Smoke, Fredetick William Anderton and Joseph Beariland, 13 Consuming Syloke, Will am Smith and Donald Bethune, 53
  • Consuming Smoke, Donald Bethune, 3.';5 Converting Plastic Substances into Spherical Forms. Richard Handley Thomas, 3!i5 Contrivance to ( beck the Honesty of Omnibus Conduceors, Ice, A. Steinmetz, 174
  • Constructing atid Propelling Vessels, Alexander low Paterson, 05
  • Consuming Smoke and Generating Ilent in Furnaces, also Renting the Feed Water, Richiird Leake and Matthew Sykes, 416
  • Connecting and Disconnecting Pipes, Benjamin Webster ()grid, 175
  • Circular Gas Burners and Chimneys, Andrew Steinmetz, 114
  • Cradles for Ileaving up Ships, Robert 'rum-bull, 95
  • Cramp. for Flooring and other Purposes, Elijah 47.5
  • Cranys, Walter Henderson Sisterion, 131 Creating or increasing Draughts and Currents, Willi im Petrie, 2151
  • Crown and Sheet Glass, NVilliam Perk', jar., 394
  • Crushing Various Substances, J. Taylor, 175 Cultivating laud, A. V. Newton. 353 Currying Leather, Andre Prosper Rochelle, 3'4
  • Cutting Sugar, &c., Alexander Robert Terry, 53. Cutting Tools for Rounding or Surfacing on Wood, Joseph William Wilson, 291
  • Cutting Turnips or otherVegrtable Substances, John Shaw and %'illtan Manwaring, 315 Cutting Sugar and other Substances, Thomas Keddy. 434
  • Cutting Tobacco. Francis Wrigley, 175
  • Cutting Hay, &c., Reiihed Sim', 351
  • Cutting Nuts, Bolts, and Toothed Wheels, Christian Schiele, 13
  • Cutting Standing Crops, W E. Newton, 274 Cutting or Disintegrating Vegetable Substances, Thomas Rose, jun., 251
  • Cutting Veneets. A. V. Newton, .155
  • Cutting Metals, &c., W. E. Newton, 254 Cutting Irregular Forms, Arthur Kinder, 414 Cutting Screw Thread., W. E. Newton, 25 4 Classification, l'repar..tion, and Treatment of Mineral Substance', and in Removing anti Depositing such Substance', &c., Herbert, Mackworth, 155
  • Cleaning Fabrics and Skins, Didier Elizabeth Ernest de Chevanon, 13
  • Cleaning and Purifying Wheat and °thus-Grain, R. II. Collyer, 194
  • Cleansiiig the %Caste of Woollen or other Fibrous Manufactures, David Carter, 475
  • Cranked Shafts or Axles, Thomas Howard, 175
  • Crushing Land, &c., John Penford Harvey, 394
  • Cutting Corks, Francis Barber Howell, 53
  • Cutting or Chopping Loif Sugar, George ountford, 274
  • Deckle Straps, William Warne, I Delivering Manure, Robert Reeves and John Reeves, 114
  • Delivery of Postage and Receipt Stamps, Self-Acting Machine for the, S moon Denham, 31S
  • Depositing Metallic Alloys by Electricity, Samuel Jahr,: Goode, 315
  • Descending and Ascending Pits or Shafts, and Raising Minerals therefrom, Edmund Winder Otway, 431
  • Disc Engine, Noel Clayton Smith, 191 Discharging Ashes from Steamboats, William Steel, 394
  • Di.eliar.ting of Water recoiling from the Condensing of Steam used in Apparatus heated by Steam, Thnma‘ Bowden, 275
  • Disconnec, mg hips' Boats, ate., Augustus Frederick lilnaston, 356
  • Discovery of Fissures, Flaws of Axles, &c , Joseph Ferdinand Tonss3ini, 394
  • Discovery of Fla,. s and Escapes in Gas Pipes, 1.ambert Perin, 335
  • Disinfecting Alcohol, Sze , R. A. Brooman, 31:4 Distillation, %Villiam Hatolield Bowers, 14 Distillation and Rectification of Spirits, &c , R. A. itrooman, 391
  • Distilling, &c., J. H Johnson, VA astilling Fatty and Oily Matters, William Chlrles Thendn:e Schaelre,, 13
  • Distillery and Rectifying Tar, Resin, and other Matters, &c., Jean Eti.zerie Di Arcot, 317 Distilling Vinegar, Peter kV alher, 1 14
  • Dividing Lace, 1. Atl,in and Marinaduke Miller, 335
  • Doubling Fibrous Materials, It. A. Brooman, 74
  • Dovetailing, Grooving, , Machines for, John Whines, 134
  • Drain Pipe, Brick and Tile Machinery, Lout%
  • Julien Bretlion, Diain Pipes Machinery, Thomas Jackson Milnes Townsend, 114
  • Draining of !louses generallv, Facilitating the, Jasper %V heeler Rogrq., 394
  • Dragging and Preparing Fibrous Substances, W. t(ip, Drawing oft Hums, Thomas Lambert and Obed %V a6efie1.1, 415
  • Drilling and Boring, John En‘terbrook and Robert Francis Drury, 434
  • Driving the Splurges of Spinning Frames, it. A. Bronman, 294
  • Drying Flux, Tow, &c , Thomas Wilkes Lord, Dyeing Matter peculiarly Applicable to Cotton and other Ve‘etable Fibres, William Pick stone, -131
  • Dyving n i'rinting, Barnard B .rcroft, 416 Dyeing and Printing Textile Fabrics, George ‘k bite, 174
  • Detachin; or Seplrating Calcareous Rocks, P. A. le Comte de Fonsainemoreau, 475 Dibbling Machinery for Depositing Grain and Manure, Jacques Henri Marie Nlaissiat.216 Disaster to Ships, CGSP of, 133
  • Distributing Sand on Railway Rails Distributimi and Composing 'I) pes, William llallett Mitchell, 114
  • Diving Bell, John William Millie, '251 Domestic Utensils, Certain, Charts ti Smith, 394 Drain Making. &c., C. Cowper, 215
  • Drilling and Borin7, A. P. How, 235
  • f.r. Sowing Seeds and Depositing Manure, William Denman, 493
  • Driving or Ramming Paving Blocks, John Saxon N1arCarthy, 4.S5
  • me ins Paper and other Goods in Process of Manufacture, Marie Ameute Charles blether, 3;5
  • Easy Chairs and Chamber Commode'. Dominic° Thomasini, 315
  • Effecting Agricultural Operations, John Blythe liobin,on, -165
  • Effecting the Folding or Rigging of 1%'oven Fabrics, George Sampson, Jobepli Sampson, and Elijah Ledger, 154
  • Elastic Fabri^s, Archibald Turner, 13, 434 electric Lampe, J. II. Pa%cal, 335
  • Electric Telegraphs, Pierre Alberto, Balastrini, 134
  • Electric Telegraphs, Cromwell Fleetwood Variey 74
  • Electricity as Moving Power, Emile Testelin, 335
  • Elevating Water. R. A. Brooman, 154
  • Fmbroidering of Sewing. Matthew Dunnett, 394
  • Engine with Rotary Piston, Jean Baptiste Pascal, 194
  • Er graving Metallic Cylinder., %%1 71
  • Envelopes, Edward Stanford, 51
  • Envelope, Safety, Arthur Granger, 315 Evaporating Fluids, A ugubt Frederick ‘V illiani Pam, 17
  • Expanding Life Boat, Frederick I'iercy and Simnel Flavg, 365
  • Expansive Engines. J. Smith, 314
  • Extracting Gold and Silver from their Matrici•g, &c., Joseph Gihbi, 96
  • Extracting the Iron from Tin Ores, Frederick Braithwaite. 71
  • Extracting silk aryl other Textile and Vege-ta1'l. Substances from 11w Birk and Leaves of Mulberry Trees, John Austen, 335 Extracts from Madder for Dyeing and Printing, Auguste Francois Vurdeil, and Emoud ,11 ache!, 96
  • Economising lleat in Engine, John Atherton Molineeaux, 3.S5
  • Elastic Material, William Richelieu Hodges, 175
  • Electric Telegraphs. Edward I 156 Electro- Magnetic Engines rued Batteries,
  • James Andrew Cumine, and Coin Hunter, 377
  • Electro Plating, Charles Cowper. 32
  • Electro Plating and Depositing Metals, C. Cowper, 416
  • Etribos.ing Fabrics. William Charles Mann and Frederick John Ingram, 53 Embroidering, W. Clark. 416
  • Engines fur the Cultivation of Land by Steam Power, William Ma•sey, 475
  • Engines and their Gearing, W . Macnaught, 273
  • Expanding Slide for Sustaining Gas.lightp, Joseph Chatwin, 156
  • Fribrication of Glas+, Hipp dyte Dohnntel, 377 Facilitating the Discharue of Coals, Mineral., Sec (worse Spencer, 39-1
  • Fa3ten1ngs for Window Sashes, Thomas John Searle, 394
  • Fasteners for Parts of Garment", Georg,:. Birnett, 235
  • Fastenings for Dress and other Purposes, J. H. Johnson, 216
  • Fastenings for Unitinz Wood and other Mate-J. Bernard, •i":, l'asteninus fir Securing Rails in the Chair.. Louis Desire Atib,rt, 17:. Fastenings for Shutters, Sc , 1)at id Hunter Brandon, 416
  • Fast..itings for Stair Rods and other Rods. Edward Edward', 513
  • Fastenino for Brooches, t.c , John Long. 1 I 1 Fastening MetaLic Ricks to Truss Pads of (:).16.s, :tr., Charles Christian Reinhardt, 7.1 Fastening Shutters and Doors, Alfred Franck, 394
  • Fa.tening I.ndif.le and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes. John I lenry Glevr, 261
  • Feeding Boilers with Water, Frederic. Henry Sykes, 194
  • Felt, William Spence, 53
  • Felted Cloth, John Cheesman Wagstaff, 53 Fermenting Apparatus used in Brewini.,, William Littell lizard, 134
  • Fish Hook, William Henry Box, 335
  • Forming Screw Threads, George Leonard Doelling, 13-1
  • Floats or Paddle Boards of Paddle Wheels, Henry Daniel Deane, ::77
  • Floating Ships or Vessels, Christian Schwe-dersky, 235
  • Floating Submerged Bodies, P. A. to Comte de Fontainemoreau, 494
  • Flushing Apparatus, Villiam Wilkins, 194 Fulminating Powder, Edwin PowlcyAlexander, 355
  • Furnace, Smoke Consuming, \V. Smith, 355 Fusee or Tinder-box and Lighter, C. F. Vasserot, 134
  • Furnaces, Charles William Siemens, 435 Furnaces, William Travis, •_'54
  • Furnace, Ebenezer Thornton, 32
  • Furnaces, Reverberating, ohn Folliott Powell, 134
  • Furnaces for Burning Combustible Gases, Jacob Green, 215
  • Furnaces and Fire. Places, R. A. Brooman, 274 Fixing the Flues of Boilers, Arnold Goodwin, 96
  • Furnaces for Melting, John Aitken, 416 Furnace for Locomotive and other Boilers, W. E. Newton, 216
  • Filters to Cocks, Taps, &c., Henry Tibbets Rope and David Wilson Thomas, 175 Furnaces and Manufacture of Iron, Richard Talbot, 335
  • Furnaces for Drying or Burning Pottery or Earthenware, Bricks, or other sirnilarArticles, &c., John Kirkham, 254
  • Furnaces specially adapted to the Generation of Steam for Motive Power, W. E. Newton, 475
  • Furnace Grates and Fire.bars, C. W. Williams, 114
  • Furnaces and other Fire-places, Julien Billiard 394
  • Finishing Fustians, caled ' Diagonals,' John Mayo Worrall, 175
  • Finishing Mohair and other Textile Fabric, Charles Weiss and henry Lister, 291 Finishing Textile Fabrics, John Ingham, Edward Ingham, and Benjamin Ingham. 74 Finishing Yarns, Robert Hyde Greg, Henry Russell Greg, and James Hope, 32
  • Finishing Fustians, John Mayo Worrall, 156 Finishing Woollen and other Textile Fabrics, , Charles Weiss, Henry Lister, and John Mitchell, 335
  • Finishing Yarns or Threads, Richard Robinson. 156
  • Fire Lighter, Henry Boswell Palmer, 215
  • Fire-arms, Valentin Sauerbrey, 455
  • Fire-arms, E. Brooks, 394
  • Fire-arms Safety Apparatus, Francois Desir Lejard, 355
  • Fire-arms, A. V. Newton, 335
  • Fire-arms, Thomas Welcome Rots, 513
  • Firearms, Breech-Loading, W. E. Newton, 174
  • Fire-arms, Breech-Loading, John Rotl.well and Samuel Dixon Cooper, 355
  • Fire-arms and Bullets, P. A. le Come de Fontainemoreau, 134
  • Fire-places and Flues, Edward Welch, 493
  • Fire-places or Stoves, William Young, 194
  • Fire Doors, William Henry Stratton, 53
  • Fire Escapes, J. T. Pitman, 355
  • Fire-places, &c., Edmund Alexander Spurr, 355
  • Firearms, and Balls or Projectiles, Gerard Ralston, 254
  • Firearms, Frederic Prince. 32
  • Fire-bricks, Tiles. &c., George Sherwin, 13
  • Fire-arms. J. H. Johnson, 394
  • Fire-arms, and Loading the Same, William Henry Dearing Granville, 475
  • Firewood. Robert Johnstone, 134
  • Fabrics, Knitted, Luke Barton and Edwin Stanley Brookes, 254
  • Fabrics, Looped, Gloves, &c., T. Ball and John Wilkins, 95
  • Fabric, Waterproof, Applicable as a Substitute for Leather, Prunella, and other Ornamental Fabrics and Stuffs, Chas. Goodyear, 335
  • Folding Window Blinds and Shutters, W. E. Newton, 275
  • Fog Signals, Thomas Wheatley and William Wheatley, 13
  • Forging and Stamping Metals, &c., Newton Bentley and John Alcock, 494
  • Forming a Screw in the Necks of Bottles, Frederick Simpson, 315
  • Floes Silk, J. H. Johnson, 394
  • Floating Batteries, John Anderson, 53
  • Floors and Ceilings of Buildings, Charles Colton Dennett, 254
  • Fringe, Sophia Sands, 475
  • Flushing Water-Closets and Urinals, William Bowden, 275
  • Fabrics from the Products of the Husks of Cocoa Nutc, Edmund Hyde 354
  • Fabrics, Felted, William Hirst, 175
  • Fabrics, Knitted, Robert Barlow Cooley, 215 Fabrics, Textile, Thomas Hindle, 156
  • Fabrics, Certain Textile, F. W. Campin, 156 Fabrics, Textile, ('olin Hunter, 156
  • Fabric, New Textile, Frederick Campin, 53 Fabrics, Woven, George Hamilton, 377 Facilitating Passengers ascending to and descending from the Roofs of Omnibuses, W. J Curtis, 416
  • Fastenings for Artificial Teeth, Joseph Mam-cice, 355
  • Fences and Gates, James George Hunt, 394 Ferry Boats, Alfred Heather, 53
  • Finishing and Polishing Threads, Ste., Hector Christie, 215
  • Finishing Fabrics made of Silk, George Joseph Hall, 275
  • Fire-Boxes of Locomotives, John Chanter and John Wakefield, 96
  • Floating Docks, E Clark, Ili Folding Cloth in Lengths, Julius Homan, 114 Fot ming the Lease in Sizeing or Weaving, John Anderson Carruthers, 95
  • Furnaces, Peter Madden, 74
  • Furnaces, Samuel Hilton, 455
  • Furnaces and Flues, John Collins, 416 Furnaces and Apparatus for Generating Steam, William Makin, 315
  • Furnaces, Thomas Shaw, 53
  • Furnaces when Moveable Fire Bars are used, J. Chanter and Annan, 3 i7
  • Galvanic Batteries, R. A. Brooman, 96
  • Galvano-Elastic Processes, J. 11. Johnson, 95
  • Garments, Louis Barnett, 416
  • Gas, George Bower, 254
  • Gas, Amable Victor Felix Larchier, 394
  • Gas, John Peak, 475
  • Gas, Frank Clarke Hills, 377
  • Gas, Apparatus for making, James Mixen, 13
  • Gas Burners, R. A. Brooman, 513
  • Gas Burners, Samuel and Theodore Messenger, 377
  • Gas, Coal, Alexander Angus Croll, 74
  • Gas Light Generator and Consumer, John McLennan, John Palmer, and John Henry Palmer, 74
  • Gas Burner, Stephen Tonks, Joseph Breeden. and William Breeden, 431
  • Gas Burners, Wright Prestwich, 95
  • Gas made from Coal and other Bituminous Substances for Illumination, Henry Richard Smith, 251
  • Gas Consuming Furnaces, and the Automatic Action of the Controlling Valves or Dampers of the said Furnaces, J. Green, 275
  • Gas Generators, Thomas Dickenson Rotel), 394
  • Gas Meters, W. E. Newton, 116
  • Gas Regulator, Andrew Knox, and Thomas Robson, 254
  • Gas Regulator, John Sudbury, and A'fred William Linsell, 116
  • Gas Regulators. Samuel Wright, 235 Gasogene, C. F. Vasserot, 134
  • Gathering used in the Manufacture of certain kinds o: Glass. James Anderson, 235 Gauge Cutting Machine, W. P. Miles, 475
  • Gauges and Scales, Richard Edward Hodges, 491
  • Generating Motive Power by Heated Air and Gases. Charles Benjamin Norman, 434 Generating Steam, Ferdinand Charles Warlich, 494
  • Generating and Superheating Steam, J. H . Johnson, 391
  • Generating Draughts in Chimneys, Charles Cook, 71
  • Generating Steam, George Cranstoun Trotter Cranstoun, George Young, and John Lovell, 134
  • Generating Steam for Marine Purposes, William M uir, 251 3eneration and Application of Steam Power for Propelling, Haulin1, Driving, or Conveying, particularly applicable to Farming Purposes, Henry Fulton Hamilton, and Thomas Bodley, 194
  • Generation and Application of Motive Power, J. Bourne, 335
  • Ginning Cotton and for Carding and Cleaning Cotton. &c., Francis Alton Calvert, 251 Giving Alarm in Dwelling Houses, Robert Martin, and Joseph Walter Sutton, 377 Glass Furnaces, G. White, 354
  • Glass Lights and Apparatus for Ladling Glass, J. Green, 73
  • Gelatine and Glue. Louis Cornides, 479 Glue or Gelatine, John Stenhouse, 434 German Yeast from Flour. A. Hensel, 174 Governor, Steam Engine, Thomas Silver, 475 Governors, J. Taylor, 174
  • Grating and Crushing Salt and Sugar, John Draper, 32
  • Grating Substances, William Stettinius Clark, 191
  • Graving Docks, Richard Boxall Grantham, and John Grantham, and Henry Sharp, 1IG Grinding, Corn Mills for, &c., J. Avery, 475 Grinding Dye Wares, James Samson Barra-clough, 53
  • Grinding and Polishing Machinery to be used In the Manufacture of Knives. Matchets, Swords, &c., Charles Reeves, 493
  • Grinding Circular Saws, John Wheatman, and John Smith, 275
  • Gun Barrels, and other Articles of Light Manufacture, Edgar Brooks, 513
  • Hackling Flax and other Fibrous Substances, John Carr, 455
  • Hammers Worked by Atmospheric Pressure, F. Jossa, 493
  • Hand Bullet Moulds, A. V. Newton, 394 hand Hoes and Cultivators, Samuel Newington, 13
  • Hanging and Closing Doors, Henry Twisle-ton Elliston, 13
  • Hard India-rubber, J. H. Johnson, 394
  • Hardening Steel and Iron, Horace Vaughan, 53
  • Hardening and Tempering Steel Wire, &c., Samuel Fox, 354
  • Harpoon Guns and Ammunition, Robert Tindall, jun., 416
  • Harpoon Guns, Alexander Mitchell, 216
  • Hats, Caps, and Bonnets, Martin Simon Allaire, 354
  • Hats made from Straw, Grass, &c., Charles Turner and Louis Waterman, 175
  • Hat and Umbrella Stands, Joseph Aizlewood, 455
  • Hats, &c., Richard Husband, 394
  • Hat Tips and Boxes or Cases, John Rowland Crook, 254
  • Haymaking Machinery. H. Smith, 174
  • Healds for Weaving, Michael Potter, 96
  • Heating, G. Wright, 391
  • Heating Apparatus, Jean Louis Celestine le Francois de Grainville, 53
  • Heating Apparatus, Claude Francois Latruffe 235
  • Heating the Feed Water of Steam Boilers, J. H. Johnson, 174
  • Heating Fluids, Andrew Barclay Walker, 191
  • Heating Foot-stoves, Beds, &c., Henry Van-noy, 114
  • Heating and Compressing Artificial Fuel, William Jones, 513
  • Heating by Gas, Georges Danre, Pierre Fortune, Victor Mouillard, and Pierre Adrien Mercier, 235
  • Heating Stoves by Gas, Francis Xavier Kukla, 96
  • Heating and Ventilating, William Swain, 53
  • Heating and Ventilating Apartments, James Wadsworth, 13
  • Heating and Cooling Air, Steam, and other Fluids, George Hawksley, 274
  • Heating Blast, Charles Cochrane, 156
  • Heating of the Blast for Blast Furnaces, C. Cochrane, 394
  • Heating and Cooking Apparatus, Crawford, 455
  • Heat Extractor, Robert Hazard, 394
  • Heating Press Plates for Pressing Woollen or other Fabrics, Sec., William Marriott, and David Sngden. 455
  • Heatin!, and in Taps to be employed in combination therewith, dte., Charles Crossley, Dan Leerning, and John Crossley, 251
  • Heckling Fibrous Materials, Peter Fairbairn, and Thomas Marsden, 455
  • Heckling Flax and other Fibrous Materials, George Lowry, 335
  • Hinges, Cocks, and other Jointed Articles, Frank Perks Fellows, 494
  • Holding together Letters, Music, &c., John Goodman, 194
  • Holding Stamps, John Hall Brock Thwaites, 13
  • Hood or Covering for the Head, Samuel Jay, and George Smith, 156
  • Horizontal Fin-expanding Canopy for Carriages, Boats, 86c., Thomas Layzell Sco wen, 455
  • Hoop Iron for Tubes, George Haden Hickman, and Alfred Hickman, 133
  • Horse Gearing, George Perrott, 294
  • Horse Hoes, Jobn Naylor, 215
  • Horse Power, Thomas Mann, 434
  • Horse Shoes, T. Harris, 416
  • Hosiery, A. V. Newton, 274
  • Hot Pressing, Apparatus used in, George Collier, 13
  • Hulli34ng and Cleaning Rice, Wilson 4( r, Hurdles and Gates, William Grant, 156
  • Hulling and Cleaning Rice, etc., Charles Richard Barnes, 416
  • Hulling and Scouring Coffee and similar Substances, Robert Porter Walker, 455
  • Hydraulic Motive Power Engines, David Joy, and William Holt, 13
  • Hydraulic and Refrigerating Apparatus for Raising Sunken Vessels, &c , Charles Askew, and John Askew, and Henry Myers, 416
  • Hydrostatic Bellows, C. F. Vasserot, 131
  • Igniting Lucifer Matches, William Knox Wigram, 53
  • Illumination, Robert Best, 215
  • Implements to be employed in Agriculture, Isaac Blackburn, and Robert Blackburn, 194
  • Increasing the Draught and Promoting the Combustion of the Fuel in Furnaces, C. W. Williams, 194
  • Index Machines, John Radcliffe James Fernihough, and Joseph Mather, 351 India-rubber and Gutta-percha, Thomas Ellis, 156
  • India-rubber Springs to Mattresses, Sofas, Chairs, &c., Charles Raynaud, 254 India-rubber Over-Shoes, James Roderick McDonald, 156
  • Indic sting the Distance Travelled by Carriages, A. H. D. Durant, 254
  • In‘iicatinz the Number of Passengers carried by a Vehicle and the Distance each has travelled, Isaac Sherwood, and Joseph mount Wayne, 37)5
  • Indicating Target, Odoardo Gandine, 174 Indicators for Registering Pressure, Thomas Baldwin', 431
  • Indicating the Pressure of Steam, W. Clark, 365
  • Indices to Books of all kinds, Stephen Yeld-ham, 475
  • Inland Navigation, Thomas Shene, 513
  • Inking and Stamping Machine, Juste Herrero, 513
  • Insulating Telegraphic Wires or Conductors, and in Apparatus for Stretching such Wirer, Hyppolite Benigne Girard, 315
  • Iron and Wooden Tips, John Moore Hyde, 74
  • Iron Retorts, Safes, Cisterns, &c., Sa Thomas Crook, 355
  • Iron, Manufacture of, William Armitage, and Henry Lea, 353
  • Iron, Manufacture of, C. Binks, 74
  • Iron, A. Louis Normandv, jun., 331
  • Iron, William Oak", 216
  • Iron, C. Pauvert, 251
  • front Francis Hay Thomson, 216
  • iron, T. Brown, and George Parry, 175
  • Iron, Robert Cassels, and Thomas Morton, 354
  • Iron or any other Metal for Structural Purposes, William Richardson, 194
  • Iron and Steel, Henry Bessemer, 134
  • Iron and Steel, Leon Talabot, 175
  • Iron and Steel, William Taylor, '235
  • Iron and Steel, William Clay, 377
  • Jacquard Apparatus, James Blain, 13
  • Jacquard Apparatus, W. Smith. 394
  • Jacquard Looms, Joseph Lane, 74
  • Jacquard Machines, John Smith, 13
  • Joint for Fishing Rods, &c., John Bennett, 191
  • Joint for Folding Handles, itc., Thomas Smith, 13
  • Joining Banda, William Mill, 32
  • Keels of Navigable Vessels, Alfred Bower, 114
  • Keys, and Preventing Picking of Locks, Sidney Newburgh, and Charles Steinhart, 53
  • Kilns and Stoves, William Hartley King, 455
  • Kilns, Johnson Hands, 355
  • Knitting Frames, R. A. Brooman, 74
  • Knitting Machinery, Harby Barber, 215
  • Knives, Tanners' and Curriers', George Bartholomew, 416
  • Knife Cleaner, Theodore Dethier, 32
  • Knife Handles, Nicolas Fortune, 114
  • Knobs and Roses for Doors and other similar Purposes, John Tertius Cooke, 416
  • Labels, Edward Robert Wood, 235
  • Lamps, Francois Donny, 32
  • Lamps for Burning Resin Oil, G. T. Bonsfield, 175
  • Lamps and Apparatus used In Coal Mines, Edward Blackett Beaumont, 315
  • Lanterns, Thomas Boyle, 133
  • Laying on and Drawing off Fluids, William Westbrooke Squires, 275
  • Laying down Submarine Telefraph Cables, &c., Charles Tilston Bright, 094
  • Laying or Sinking of Submarine Telegraph Cables, C. T. Bright, and Charles De Bergue, 455
  • Laying Submarine Telegraph Cables. W. Wilkins, 493
  • Lace, Figured, Richard Birkin, jun., and Thomas Isaac Birkin, 335
  • Lace, Folding, &c., Isaac Atkin and Marmaduke Miller, 53
  • Lamps. Auguste Fournier des Corats, 13
  • Lamps for Railway Carriages, James Hedgely, 434
  • Lenticular Glasses for Lighting and Reflecting. Louis Emile Ossian Degrand, 216
  • Life Preserver, &e., John Banks, 235
  • Life Preserving Apparel, &c., C. Goodyear, 394
  • Life-Preserving Float, Warren A. Simonds, 53
  • Lifting Corrosive Liquids, John Stobo, 13 Life Preserver, Charles J. Bunker, 355 Lighting Coal Mines, Josiah Latimer Clark, 354
  • Lighting Gas, Joseph Harris, 156
  • Lifting and Working Anchors, Cables, &c. Machinery for, Joseph Betteley, 216
  • Lifting Jacks, R. A. Broomall, 74
  • Lifting Jack, James Tangy; and Joseph Tangye, 351
  • Lighting Apartments and Passages, James Stevenson, jun., 455
  • Lighting the Public Gas Limps by Electricity, and for Turning off and on the Gas to same simultaneously, Henry Keogh, and Ffrench Augustus Keogh, 475
  • Lighting Gas for Illuminating, W. E. Newton, 391
  • Lighting, and in Lamps, William Wilkinson, 254
  • Lighting and Warming Trains, George Edward DerIng, 156
  • Locking or Fastening Combinations of Drawers in Chests, &c., Jacob Safran, 416 Locks, Henry Horace Goodman, 53
  • Locks for Travelling Bags, Portfolios, &c., William Leuchars, 254
  • Locks for Doors and other Purposes, W. E. Newton, 455
  • Locomotive and other Carriages, Sir James Caleb Anderson, 275
  • Locomotive and other Engines, Thomas Forsyth. 74
  • Locomotive Engines, applicable to Common Roads, George Remington, and John Barton Balcombe, 513
  • Locomotive Engines, chiefly adapted for the purposes of Common Road or Street Traction, &c., 191
  • Locomotive Engines, Thomas Yarrow, 335 Looms, George Tomlinson Bousfield, 13 Looms, Thomas Dean, 335
  • Looms, William Farrer Ecroyd, Jonathan Hayworth, and George Scarr, 53
  • Looms, John and Christopher Gratrix, 96 Looms, Nicholas Nomico, and George Hayes, 175
  • Looms, Samuel Sunderland, and Richard Dean, 391
  • Looms, Thomas Watson, and Thomas Single- ton, 157
  • Looms, John Williamson, Francis Williamson, John ‘Vright, and Joseph Wadsworth, 493
  • Looms for Weaving, Robert Adamson, and Richard Holland, 114
  • Looms for Weaving, Clarance Brazil, and William Nicholas Crummaek, 174
  • Looms for Weaving, Jessie Briggs, 235 Looms for Weaving, Joseph Davy, and William Bentley, 416
  • Looms for Weaving, John Dennison and Henry' Hirst, 114
  • Looms for Weaving, Jean Francois Duebout, 156
  • Looms for Waiving, William Glover, 377 Looms for Weaving, Power, R. Knowles, 416 Looms for Weaving, John Leach, 391
  • Looms for Weaving, Matthew Smith, 434 Looms for Weaving, Henry Thompson and Henry Walmsley, 394
  • Looms for Weaving, J. Watson. 134
  • Looms for Weaving, William ‘Veild, 156 Looms for Weaving Fancy Goods, Power, Josiah Firth and Joseph Crabtree, 191 Looped Fabrics, &c., Arthur Paget, 391 Lowering and Stopping Anchor-chains on board Ships? &c., John Williams, 191 Lowering Weights by means of Cranes, 8r,c., William Thompson an.I Hamilton Woods, 416
  • Lozen 275 ges, Wafers, &c., Joseph Jules Derley, Locks, D. Morrison and Samuel Lilley, 391 Locks and Fastenings, William Player Miles, 13
  • Locks of Fire-Arms. R. A. Brooman, 175 Locks and Latches, Alfred Charles Hobbs.114 Lock, Improved, and method of acting upon Lock Bolts, Latches, 'raps and Valves. Railway and other Signals, J. Harris, 95 Locomotive Apparatus for Rail and Ordinary Roads, 455
  • Locomotive Engines, Robert James Maryon, 274
  • Locomotive and other Engines, James Stead Crosland, 134
  • Locomotive Furnaces, James Janson Cudworth, 355
  • Looms. William Hartley and Thomas Hardman Farrar, 254
  • Looms, William Moxon, John Clayton, and Samuel Fearnley, 354
  • Looms, William Hesketh, 315
  • Looms and Pickers, H. Heald, and A. Heald, 175
  • Looms for Weaving, John Milnes and William Thompson, 216
  • Looms for Weaving, Patrick M'Farlane, 475 Looms for Weaving, Benjamin Hargreaves and Abraham Mondale, 74
  • Looms for Weaving Elastic Fabrics, Scc., James Crook, 215
  • Looms for Weaving Brussels Carpets, and other Terry Fabrics, B. Hodgson and J. Carter, 235
  • Lowering Ships' Boats, Alexander Arthur Dunbar, 71
  • Lubricating Compositions, R. A. Brooman, 133
  • Lubricating Compounds, Charles EmiHue Wright, 95
  • Lubricating Pistons and Valves, James Milnes and Frederick William Mowbray, 391
  • Lubricator, Wright Jones and Thomas Edwards, 394
  • Lubricators, William Oxley and Hugh Strath, 394
  • Malt. Alexander, WriRht, 156
  • Manure, John Ward, 355
  • Manure, and obtaining Accessory Products, F. O. Ward and F. Wynauts, 513
  • Manure, Thomas Richardson and Prentice Manning, 355
  • Manures, James Taylor, 191
  • Manures, Frederick Oldfield Ward and Frederick W3 nauts, 13
  • Maps or Charts, Francois Auguste Laure-cisque, 391
  • Marine Steam Engines, James Alfred Lim-ben, 175
  • Mash Tuns and Apparatus. Stc., John Grist, 216
  • Mate or Fabrics for Packing, John Barskam, 114
  • Medicinal Mixtures for curing Diseases of Cattle, John Bagshaw and John Paine Harris, 156
  • Medicine for the Cure of Dropsy, Frederick Grindlay Howard Woodward, 455 Measuring Contents of Casks, R. A. Brooman, 175
  • Measuring Distances and Elevations, J. II. Johnson, 216
  • Measurements of Coats, Taking the, A. V. Newton, 355
  • Metal Pens and Penholders, William Edward Wiley, 194
  • Metal Tubes, J. J. Russell, 315
  • Metal Type, Uriah Scott and Frederick Holdway, 96
  • Metallic Cornice Ends, Martin Billing, 391 Metallic Boxes, Rupert Newton, 95
  • Metallic and Elastic Packing, Victor Delper-dange, 13
  • Metallic flames for Horses, J. T. Pitman, 194 Metallic Pens, Richard Ford Sturges, 416 Metallic Pens and Penholders, George Welch, 391
  • Metallic Piles, Thomas William Kennard, 71 Metallic Rollers, Thomas Withnall, 215 Mini6 and other Rifle-Sight, John Adams, 96 Moderator Lamps, Charles Emile Glajola. 374 Mordants for use in Dyeing Processes, Jean Baptiste Beilon, 394
  • Motive Power, Obtaining, Augustin Gras, 74 Motive Power, P. A. le Comte de Fontaine-moreau, 416
  • Motive Power, Obtaining, P. A. le Compte de Fontainemoreau, 32
  • Motive Power, New, Bartholomew Preda-valle, 475
  • Motion to Ploughs, &c., Giving, John Fowler, jun., 74
  • Moulding, John Elce and Samuel Hartley, 216 Moulding Cast Iron Pipes, D. Yoolow Stewart, 215
  • Moulding and Pressing Artificial Fuel, &c., Felix Dehayntn, 53
  • Moulding and Pressing Bricks, W. E. Newton, 416
  • Moulding and Casting the Plates or Bases of Artificial Teeth, Alfred A. Blandy, 455 Moulding Machinery, John Elce and Samuel Hartley, 32
  • Moulds or Forms for Loaves of Sugar, Anthony Ansens, 274
  • Making Moulds for Casting Metals, William White, 391
  • Moulds for Casting Railway Chairs and other Articles in Metal, P. M. Parsons, 475
  • Mowing and Reaping Machines, James Thomson, 315
  • Mules for Spinning, Joseph Bottomley, Christopher Hodson, and William Fielden, 434
  • Mules used in Spinning, Henry Briefly. 475 Mules for Spinning and Doubling, John Elce and John Hewitt, 134
  • Mules for Spinning, John Platt, 37
  • Music Scale, John Fox, 335
  • Music Scale and Musical Instruments, John Fox, 455
  • Maintaining the Water Level in Boilers, R. A. Brooman, 274
  • Mangling. Calendering, or Pressing Goods, John Chedgey, 335
  • Manure Preventing Diseases from the Soil, Anne Marie Mace, 74
  • Marine Steam Engines, J. C. Haddan, 175 Mariners' Compasses, Michael Burke, 13 Masts, Yards, and Spars for Ships, &c., Peter Cato, and Joseph Betteley, 215
  • Matches, Heinrich Hochstaetter, 434 Material for Roofing, Samuel Hemming, 354 Material Resembling Ivory, Henry Brown, 455
  • Metallic Bedsteads, Certain Parts of, Edward Cook and James Stokes. 315
  • Metallic Packing Boxes or Cases, John Mead and George Mead, 235
  • Metallic and other Packing Boxes, Job Mead and George Mead, 391
  • Metallic Pens, John Hinks and George Wells, 96
  • Metallic Pens and Penholderb, Victor Cu-saignes, 254
  • Metallic Roofing, Francis North Clerk, 114 Mixing, Solidifying, Pressing, and Moulding, R. A. Brooman, 355
  • Motive Power, James Harris, 74
  • Moulding or Shaping Metals, Matthew Andrew Muir and James Wilwham, 114, 156
  • Moulds for making Fancy Tobacco Pipes, &c., from Plastic Materials, Solomon Philip Hecht, 475
  • Mounting Cameras, Charles Massi, 53 Mounting Knobs, &c., Andrew Brundish, 74
  • Nail Machinery, John Haile, 134
  • Nail, Spike, or Bolt, William Carron,475
  • Nails, A. Parkes, 215
  • Nails, Manufacturing, Thomas Newcomb, 215
  • Name Plate for Doors, George Davis, 32
  • Needles Cases, &c., W. E. Whey, 455
  • New sort of White, Christophe Muratori, 475
  • Night-lights, G. F. Wilson, 134
  • Nose Bags, Rose Celestine Carbonino, 475
  • Nuts and Washers, William Edward Newton, 215
  • Obtaining Foundations for Marine and other Structures, Edward Manico, 304
  • Obtaining Light by Electricity, Charles Weightman Harrison, 254
  • Obtaining Motive Power, R. A. Brooman, 175
  • Obtaining Motive Power, Gerolamo Cavanna, 394
  • Obtaining Tin from Scraps of Tinned Sheet Iron, Frederick Charles Claus, 74
  • Oil Cans, J. Miler, -155
  • Ordnance, Duncan Morrison, 335
  • Ornamenting Castors for Furniture, &c., Arthur Malins, 156
  • Ornamentimr and Embossing Wood and other similar Materials, Thomas Clayton, 215
  • Ornamenting Metallic Bedsteads, and Washhandstands, Thomas Horne, jun. 275 Obtaining Aluminium, Frederick' William Gerhard, 32
  • Obtaining Light by Electricity, &c., J. T. Way, 455
  • Obtaining Power, Ernst Luedeke, 133 Obtaining and Applying Motive Power, Charles Alexis Bourdier, and Victor Masselon, 235
  • Oil and Spirit Lamps for the Formation of Burners obviating:Shadow, John Sherer, 294 Oil Cans, R. A. Brooman, 475
  • Oil Cans, Joseph Fenn, 175
  • Omnibuses, Anguish Honour Augustus Durant, 315
  • Opening and Preparing Cotton, George Parker and William Martin, 114
  • Ordnance, William George Armstrong, 194 Ordnance, Alexander Theophilus Blakely, 216
  • Organs, Samuel Grove:, 175
  • Organs, Henry Smart, 416
  • Organs, Henry Willi 175
  • Ornamental Effects upon Fabrics, Producing, William Taylor, 53
  • Ornamental Fabrics, W. Smith, 377 Ornamental Pottery and Articles made from Clay, Thomas Latham Boote, and Richard Boote, 513
  • Ornamentation, Jean Louis Frederic Bardin, 274
  • Ornamenting, Alfred Jean Vincent Dopter, 513
  • Ornamenting Household Furniture, William Urquhart, 274
  • Ornamenting Porcelain, China, Opal-glass, &c., by Lithographic. Chromo-Lithographic Printing, and Gilding, Louis Charles Dolleans, 455
  • Oscillating Engines, Joseph Turner, 74 Oscillating Spring Laths for Bds, &c., George Kennedy Geyelin, 434
  • Ovens for the Manufacture of Coke, Mill Von Lowenstein, 315
  • Over Shoes, Itataelo Louis Giandonati, 13 Oxalate of Soda and Oxalic Acid, Thomas Roberts, John Dale, and John Daniel Pritchard, 244
  • Oxide of Lead and its Salts, Charles Edward Symonds, 156
  • Packing Cases, Thomas Gilman, 13
  • Packing Cases, Samuel Montagu, 156
  • Packing Pickers, H. Heald, 377
  • Paddle Wheels, Mathew Augustus Crooker, 354
  • Paint Brushes. &n., James Stephens, 274 Paints and Varnishes, Aleiander la Paraz, and Josephine Mazel. 475
  • Palette and other like Knives, William Frederick Taylor Bradshaw, 274
  • Paper, Charles TJwnsend Hook, 351
  • Paper, David Baker. •1
  • Paper, Lewis Hone, 335
  • Paper, Frederick Burnett Houghton, 194 Paper from Bass or Bast, Victor Touche, 216 Paper, Cardboard, and Pasteboard, Francois Barthelemy Loubatieres, 335
  • Paper, Sc., Manufacturing, W. E. Newton, 455
  • Paper, Manufacture of, Moses Clark, Henry Oldtleld, and William Salmon, 494
  • Paper, Papier Macbi, Henry Constantine Jennings, 313
  • Paper and Paper Pulp, Lucius Henry Spooner, 434
  • Paper Knife, Charles Goodyear, jun., 116 Paper, " Ferns," Francesco Ferro, 74
  • Paper, Papier Mache, Cardboard, and other aimilar Articles, W. E. Newton, 513
  • Papier Mache, Manufacturing and Ornamenting Articles in, Thomas W illiam Davenport and Samuel Cole, 274
  • Papering Needles, Richard Bennett, 455 Paraffine in the Manufacture of Hair Oils, &c.. Charles Humfrey. 13
  • Pasteboard, J. H. Johnson, 215
  • Paving Roads, H. Chamberlin, jun.. 134 Pencil Cases, Ever-pointed, W. E. Wiley, 254
  • Pencils, Ever-pointed, W. E. Wiley, 431 Pens, Bewicke Blackburn, 513
  • Penholders, Charles Etienne Osmont. 394 Permanent Ways of Railways, W. H. Barlow, and William Hemingway Mills. 455 Permanent Way of Railways, William Seaton, 354
  • Permanent Way of Railways, Perceval Moses Parsons, 175
  • Permanent Way of Railways, Ralph Erring-ton Ridley, 491
  • Permanent Way of Railways, W. H. Barlow, and Henry Woodhouse, 114
  • Permanent Way of Railways, Charles Robert Moate, 194
  • Permanent Way of Railways, Henry Whatley Tyler, 425
  • Permanent Way of Railways, Laying the, Charles de Bergue. 174
  • Petticoats, &c., It. A. Brooman, 114 Petticoats, William Foster, 13 Photo-Galvanographic Chi omo7raphic Process, Edward Lewis, and Gideon Bohm, 174
  • Photography, Boniface Sabatier, 13
  • Photographic, Jewellers', and other Cases, Elisha Slander Morgan and William Morgan, 133
  • Photographic Pictures, Taking, Joseph
  • Purnell, 355
  • Photography as applied to Dials. Tablets, and Pictures, Joseph Glover and John Bold, jun , 216
  • Photography to the Use of Engravers. W. E. Newton, 493
  • Pianos and other Stringed Instruments. Francis Alexandre. Nicholas Deltarte, and Elisse Valin, 133
  • Pianofortes, Samuel Hallett, 455
  • Pianofortes, Thomas Rolfe, 394
  • Pianofortes, W. E. Newton, 174
  • Pianofortes, George Crawford, 475
  • Pianofortes, Henry Tolkien, and Joseph Middleton, 455
  • Pianofortes, John Wylie, 377
  • Pianofortes, Henry Thompson, 494
  • Pickera and Picker Checks employed in Weaving, Henry Heald, and Arthur Heald, 175
  • Picker in Power Looms, Henry Armisted, 335
  • Picker to be used in Power Looms for Weaving, William Bur•lem and John Burslem, 215
  • Pig and Bar Iron, Edwin Francis Jones, 254
  • Pilaster a of Granite, Columns, &c., Alexander SI'Donald, 95
  • Pile Fabrics, Treating, R. A. Broomau, 74
  • Pile Wires used in Weaving, Brook Hodgson, and John Carter, 156
  • Piled Fabric Apparatus, G. Collier, 13
  • Pill Boxes, Wooden, Match Boxes, &c., Thomas Harrison. 391
  • Pins and Clasps, John Edridge. 32
  • Pipes or Tubes. William Austin, 13
  • Pipe Tube or Stem, Matthew Semple, 434
  • Pipes475 for Heating Purposes, Edward Eley, Pipes for Smoking. Edward Ilawkes. 416 Pistol Holsters, William Harding, 513 Placing Sets of Teeth, Gums, and Palates on Plated, Jean Niuck, 244
  • Planting Potatoes, John Baird, 71
  • Plastic Compositions. F. Walton, 194, 455 Plain and Figured Fabrics, J. Henderson, 354
  • Ploughs, Thomas Slater, 494
  • Ploughing Land, Henry Chamberlin, jun., 133
  • Ploughing or Tilling Land, John Allin Williams, 156
  • Ploughing, Tilling, and Draining Land, Alfred Eddington, 416
  • Ploughing and Working Land, Henry Francis, 377
  • Pneumatic Break, Luke Duncan Jackson, 13
  • Pneumatic Holder, Thomas 13ceby Moseley, 434
  • Pneumatic Signal Apparatus, Josiah ilarri3, 13
  • Points of Railway Crossings, Edwin Maw, 335
  • Pointed Wire Fillets, William Beavers Birkby, 13
  • Polishing and Finishing Yarns or Threads, Nathaniel Jones Aniies, 254
  • Polishing and Finishing Yarns or Threads, N. J. Amies, 275
  • Polishing Flat Surfaces of Glass, A. V. Newton, 174
  • Potters' Kilns, Daniel Green, 131
  • Portable Buildings, R. A. Brooman, 53 Portable Metallic Spring Mattress, William Thomas Clark, 315
  • Portable Printing Instrument, John Clay, 53 Portable Oven for Baking. Thomas Ball, 213 Portable Railway, William Colborne Cambridge. 13
  • Portable Shower and Sponge Bathe, James Morrison, 416
  • Portable Steam Engines. Charles Burrell, 394
  • Portable Stereoscopes, Joseph Henry Noe, 513
  • Portmanteaus, William Charles Day, 315 Power to Railway Brakes, Application ot, W, E. Newton, 71
  • Power Looms. &I , John Comb, 216
  • Power Looms, Henry Dearden, 355
  • Power Looms, &,., Driving, J. Robinson, 29-; Power Looms, James Denby Lee, and James Crabtree, 315
  • Power Looms for Weavinz, Joseph Graham, and James Shepherd, and Thomas 'Whitaker, 175
  • Power Looms for Weaving, George Scarr, and James Pollard, 416
  • Power looms for Weaving, Thomas Sagar, and Christopher Turner, 114
  • Power Looms for Weaving, William Todd and Jacob Todd, 191
  • Preparing and Baking Bread and BiFeuita, ftc.. William Ramsey Nevins, and Joseph John Yates, 315
  • Preparing Blocks and Stones for Buildings, Gustav Julius Gunther, 35/
  • Preparing Combinations of Materials for Coating ‘N voden and Iron Ships or Vessels, N. C. Szerelmey, 475
  • Preparing Cotton, Flax, &e.. William Hardman, and James Dugdale, 391
  • Preparing Cotton, &c., Apparatus for, John Massey, and James Hargreaves, 133 Preparing Cotton, Thomas Nuttall, 351 Preparint: Cotton, Wool, Sze., James Hardacre, 96
  • Preparing and Finishing Threads or Yarns, Robert Adam, 3s5
  • Preparing Cotton or other Fibrous Substance, to be Spun. William Crichton and Peter Foxcroft, 416
  • Preparing Fibrous Materials for Spinning, W. Robe, tson, .116
  • Preparing Flax, Hemp, Sze., James Garth Marsha, 1,, i Preparing rolp, Charles Sidr.ey Johrl?, 355
  • Preparing Flax and other Fibrous Substances, Moses Haydn Picciotto. 219
  • Preparing Has, Hemp, Peter Hubert Desvignes, 191
  • Preparing Paper to enable it to Receive an Impression from an Engraved Block or Plate, or other Printing Agent, while in a Dry State, James Brown, 23;
  • Preparing Printed or Parti-Coloured Yarns for Manufacture into Fabrics, G. Collier, 513
  • Preparing the Residue of Beetroot, Mange! ‘‘'tirtzel, Sc., to be used as Material in Making Paper, Papier Machd, Mill-Board, Sc., Robert Hanham collyer, 513
  • Preparing Tapes for the Market, William Brown, 251
  • Preparing, Shibbire-r, and Roving Fibrous Materiaic, %Villiam Sumner, 333
  • Preparing, Spinning, and Reeling Cotton, Sc , 1). Cheetham, 213
  • Preparing, Spinning, and Doubling, Cotton and other h fibrous Substances, Frederick Alexander Fitton, 3.5
  • Preparing the Surfaces of l'rinters' Inking Rollers, Anthony Lorimier, 7.1
  • Preparing Surfaces of Fibrous Slabs, Charles Frederick Bielefeld, 394
  • Preparing amd Spinning Fibrous Materials, Samuel almeslev, 394
  • Preparing Threads, R. A. Brooman, 174 Preparing% from %Vast() Silk, Cotton, Wool, Flox, Hemp, and other Fibrous Materials, XV. E. Newton, 255
  • Preparing and Combing Wool, James War burton, 416
  • Preparing and Combing Wool and other Fibres, J. Warburton, 416
  • Preparing and Combing Wool, J. Holden, 156
  • Preparing and Combing Wool, &c , William Hargreaves, 156
  • Preparation of Cotton, Wool, Flax, or other Fibrous Mater ials to be Spun, John Standish, and 11..bert Parkinson, 4..13
  • Preparing Yarns or Threads fur Wearing, John RItcliffe, 453
  • Preparation of the Colouring Matter called Nlurexidc, W. Clark, 475
  • Preparation of Oil for Lighting, and in Lamps for Burning the same, R. A. Broomaa, Preparation of Steel, and in Tyres, Shafts, Axles, &c , R. A. Brooman, 475 Preparation of Beverages, Thomas Frederick Henley, 114
  • Pressing and ('rushing Flax, Hemp, and other Fibrous Substances, George Pye, and John Watson Burton, 193
  • Pressing Bricks and other Plastic Substances, James Sharrocks, 455
  • Pressure Gauze, Edward Davie, 455
  • Pressure and Vacuum Gauge., Thomas Summers, 174
  • Pressure Gauges, J. II. Johnson, 74
  • Preser ring Animal Substances for Food, Edouard Vincent Jules Laurent Georges, 74 l'reserving Butter, J. Avery. 31.5
  • PreservitIr Fish, C. F. Vasserot, 32 l'reserving Food, J. II. Johnson, 335 Preservation of Life and Property at Sea, J. H. Johnson, 114
  • Preserving .Milk, Johannes Neunschwander, 254
  • Preserving Milk, Joseph House, 74
  • Preserving Organised Animal and Vegetable Matters, Achille Constantin Dandraut, 251 Preservation of l'roperty in Case of Disaster to Ships, J. H. Johnson, 133
  • Preservation of Articles of Cast. and Forged Iron, Zinc, &c., harles Francois Leopold Oudry, 351
  • Preservation of Stone, either Natural or Artificial, &c., Bewatnin Horatio Paul, 335 Preserving Vegetable Substances, Samuel Campbell, 294
  • Preventing further Casualties on the Goodwin Sandl, George Chowen, 174
  • Preventsn the Heating of Axles, R. Brooman, 134
  • Prevent and Dissolve the Deposits in RoilerN, and Steam Generators, to, Paul Inguorseti, 493
  • Preventing Driving Straps Lapping on the Shafting when they shift off their Pulleys, Edward Hirst Iludson, 513
  • Preventing Explo.ions, Josiah Gimson, 335 Preventing the Explosion of Boilers, W. E. Newton, 74
  • Preventing the Explosion of Steam Boilers, George Deeley, 513
  • Preventing Forgery of Bank Notes, Bills, Certificates, Cheques, and other lil:e Articles, W. E. Newton, 254
  • Preventing Horses Slipping, Polydore de Kr.) ser, 394
  • Preventing the Incrustation of Steam Boilers, Edward Easton, and Henry Hobbs, 455 Preventing the Picking of Ordinary Locks, Edwin Cotterill, 475. Preventim: Railway Accidents that occur through one Locomotive running into another, Benoit Amedee Fournier, 377
  • Preventing Waste of Water, G. H. W. Esk. holme, 114
  • Prevention of Accidents in Ascending and Descending Shafts of Mines, James Owen, 1513
  • Printing. &c., John Underwood, 41G Printing, Dyeing and Preparing Yarns, &e , W. Weill, .116
  • Printing Fabrics, It. D. Kay, 475
  • Printing Geometric Patterns, George Little-wood, 13
  • Parts of Printing Machines called " Ductori," A. Heinemann, and L. Heinemann, 31 Printing Presses. W. S. Clark, 493
  • Printing Several Colours in Succession on the same Surface, Edwin Thomas Dolby, and Henry Dolby, 294
  • Printing and Stamping, Jean Salles, 493 Printing Tublea of Fares, &c., on Painted Surfaces, Robert Frederick Miler, 13
  • Process for Imitating the Skins of Animals upon Fulled Cloth, J. Murdoch, 275 Producing Butter, W. S. Clark, and Benjamin Moore, 493
  • Producing Ergrared Substances for Surface Printing, James Davis Cooper, 345
  • Producing Figures and Designs upon Plates for Printing from, Giuseppe Devincenz.i. 235
  • Producing Fire and Light, James Taylor, 394 Producing Gas, Marin Joseph Alphonse Milk, 475
  • Producing Glass Designs, Figures, and Pattern', George Douglas Early, and John William Edmonds, 416
  • Producing Printing Surfaces, Edward Joseph Nicholas Juvin, 275
  • Producing Simultaneously the three-fold Effect of Casting, Breaking-off, and Rubbing (Smoothing) of Printing Characters. Michael Joseph Vanderborght, 475
  • Production of F.Inbossed Surfaces on Vood. Jean Omer Henry, 58
  • Protecting Articles worn on the Person, Robert %lair. 235
  • Protective Matting for Sheltering Plants, Shrubs, 5:e., H. A. Brooman, 1511
  • Propeller for Ships and Vessels, James Barker, 394
  • Propelling, Auguste nuidde, and Charles Nlavot, 2 IG Propellirg Vesses, Frederick Stubbin, 254
  • Propelling Ships or Vessels, oseph Haythorne Reed, 455
  • Propelling on Water and in the Air, Joseph Etienne Marie Jean Clair, 513
  • Propelling Vessels. Prosper Lambert Lizare, Alexandre and Louis Pierre Felix Mallet, 491
  • Propeller fur Ships, &c., William Williams, 416
  • Propelling and Ventilating Ships, Nathaniel Ogle, 475
  • Propelling Vessels, Louis Beaver, 32
  • Propelling Ships, Patrick McGrade, 274 Propelling Vessels, It. A. Brooman, 96 Projectiles, Carl Christian Engttron, 133 Projectiles, John Macintosh, 194
  • Projecti:e, It. A. Brooman, 335
  • Projectiles, J. C. Haddan, 394
  • Projectiles used with lire-Arm=, Milivoi I'etrovttch, 493
  • Puddling and Balling Furnaces. for Heating and Melting Iron or Steel, James Caddick, Thomas Hemmings, and David Caddick, 394 Pug Mills, Henry ‘V imhall, 416
  • Pulp for Paper, Louis Jean Marie Siblet, 394 Pulping Coffee, Thomas Affleck, 156
  • Pulping Coffee, Augustus Frederick Butler, Pulverising Clay and other Substances, G. 1'. Bousfield, 455
  • Pumps, Rudolph Din;linfzer, 513
  • Pumps and Valves, Joseph Henry George Vella, 53
  • Pumping, J. Smith, 53
  • Purifying Alkaline Leec, Thomas Johnson, 111
  • Purifyinz Gas. Paul Desrues, 96
  • Purification of Coal Gas, Alexander Murray, and Alexander Don, 133
  • Purifying Gas, &c., Richard Laming, 171 Purifying Rock and Sea Salt, Louis Joseph Frederick Margueritte, 13
  • Purifying Water, Henry Medlock, 174 Purification of Water, &c., Carl Heinrich Julius Wilhelm Maxmilian Liebmann, 156
  • Purification of Water, &c. C. H. J. W. M. Liebmann, 315
  • PurifyiOg Schistous or Bituminous Oils, John Avery, 275
  • Purifying Plastic Clay, John Ilarland, 335 Purifying Fatty Mutter, Ntcolino Corrado, 94
  • Putty, Leonard William Watkins, 74
  • Rails for Use in Railways, Sm., Form of, Abraham Fitzgibbon, 475
  • Railway Brakes, Francois Rualem, 351 Railway Brakes and Carriages. George Rag-gen. 365
  • Railway Lever Brakes. Laurent Prosper Therrin, 513
  • akilway Carriages, Albert Viscount de War-esquiel. and Julien D'ilelle, 315
  • Railway Carriages and Brakes, Charles Fay, 32
  • Railway Chairs, Sze.. Robert Taylor, Richard Worswick. and John Lovatt, 416
  • Railway Chairs, Wrought Iron, John Rams-bottom. 355
  • Railway Rolling Stock, John Campbell Evans, 315
  • Railway Signal Apparatus, Peter Armand le Comte do Fontainemoreau, 13
  • Railway Vehicles for the Special Purpose of allowing them to run freely on Short Curved Lines. Edmond Roy. 513
  • Railway Wheels, Thomas Parker. 235
  • Raising or Forcing Fluids, Robert Wilson, 455
  • Raising and Forcing Fluids, J. II. Johnson. 355
  • Raising and Forcing Water, David Falconer, 175 •
  • Raising and Lowering Weights in Water, John Pym, 475
  • Raising and Shearing Cloths, George Ed ward Taylor, 394
  • Raising Sunken Vessels, John P. Jourdan, 291
  • Reaping Machines, Thomas Lyon Thurlow, 32
  • Reaping Machines. Robert 'Wardell, 377 Reaping and Mowing, Joseph Lawis, 435 Reducing Copper Ores, William Clarke Dee-ley, 53
  • Reducing and Reefing the Topsails of Yea. reit, F rancis Conilliane La Croix. 216 Reduction of Zinc Ores, Charles de Bussy, 156
  • Reeling Sails, Auguste Godet, 216
  • Reefing and Reducing Topsails, W. A. Gil-bee, 394
  • Refining of Sugar, R. A. Brooman. 455 Retlectorii, Burners and Shades or, William Footman. 216
  • Refrigerators. 11. T. Ropes. 455
  • Regulating Clocks by Electricity, Robert Lewis Jones, 315
  • Regulating the Drawing•off and the Supply of Water and other Fluids, Joseph Quick, jun.. and Alexander Fraser, 215
  • Regulating the Paasage of Fluids, William Ross, 315
  • Regulating the Flow and Pressure of Liquids and Fluids, John Ramsbottom and John Bailey, 431
  • Regulating the Flow of Fluids, J. H. Taylor, 335
  • Regulating the Flow of Fluids applicable to Water-closets and other similar Purpose., J. H. Taylor, 493
  • Regulating the Flow of Gas, Thomas Wilton and John Huggett. 355
  • Regulating the Pressure and Flow of Gas, James Farrar, 156
  • Relieving the Slide Valves of Steam Engines from Unnecessary Pressure, W. E. Newton, 175
  • Removing Snow from Railways, W. E. Newton, 235
  • Rendering Joints Fluid Tight, William Sullivan Gale, 355
  • Rendering Substances Uninflammable and Indurating Stone, R. A. Brooman, 53 Rendering Walls Waterproof, Materials for, Nicholas Charles Szerelmey. 74
  • Repeating Fire Arms. A. V. Newton, 331 Repeating and other Fire Arms, Henry Ball, 493
  • Retarding and Stopping Carriages on Railways, and Cocks or Taps used for such Purposes, &c., Samuel Draper, 235
  • Revolver Fire Arms, John Gustav, 416
  • Itinzs, Finger and other. Peter Armand le Comte do lontainemoreau, 274
  • Rivets, Bolts, and Spikes, Francis Watkins, 475
  • Rivets, Bolts. &c., John Elliott. 53
  • Road: and Ways, Charles Baylis, 251 Roasting Meat, John Henry Johnson, 71 Rollers for Calendering, W. E. Newton, 111 Rollers fur Printing Calico, &c . J. WItlinall 391
  • Rollers or Cylinders for Printing Calico, &c J. Witlinall, 335
  • Rollere fur Printing Fabrics, J. J. Rippun, 391
  • Rollers for Printing Fabrics, John Wilkes. Thomas Wilkes, and Gilbert Wilkes, 275 Rollers or Cylinders for Printing Fabrics, Theodore Ilyla Jennens, 235
  • Rolling and Forging Iron or Steel, W. E. Ne,‘ ton, 13
  • Rolling Railway Stuck, W. Smith, 53
  • Rolling Taper Bars. Thomas Edwards and Daniel Rowley, 114
  • Rolling Tyres and Hoops for Railway Wheels, Charles Bartholomew and John 11 eptin. stall, 475
  • Ropes. Cords, and Mill Banding., &c.. John Turner Wright and Edward Payton Wright, 13
  • Ropes. Strands, and for other purposes, Amory Fairbanks Sherman, 377
  • Rotative Engine, Georges Antoine Tabourin, 254
  • Rotary Motion for all kinds of Vehicles, Louis Antoine Lang, 53
  • Rotary Pumps, David Thomson. 355
  • Roving, Spinning, or Twisting Flax. Cotton, and other Fibrous Substances, John Lawson and Stephen Cotton. 191
  • Rudder, A. V. Newton, 251 •
  • Rules and other Measuring Instruments, A. V. Newton, 377
  • Runners. Top Notches, &c., of Umbrellas, John Rubery, 133
  • Raising Ships out of Water, Edwin Clark, 114
  • Railway Axle-tree Boxes, William Joseph Curtis. 74
  • Railway Brakes, James Edward M'Connell, 235
  • Railway Brake, Eloi Jean Baptiste Ledure, 133
  • Railway Brakes; also communicator between the Guard and Driver of Railway Carriages, Henry Myers, Charles Askew, and John Askew, 455
  • Railway Carriages, John Haswell. 254 Railway Carriage., Stopping, J. Harris, 156 Raikvay Chairs, William Clark, 191
  • Railway Carriage and other Lamps. Lamp Glasses applicable to, Thomas Hart, 493 Railway Chairs, Stephen Wright Hawks, 235 Railway Chairs and Sleepers, Frederick Shand Hemming. 274
  • Railway Chairs and Jointing of Rails. .1. Middleton and William Stent, 216
  • Railway Signals. George Heppell, 53
  • Raising Sunken Ships. &c., henry Harvey and Robert Smith. 335
  • Raising Sunken Vessels, Bonnet Frederick Brune!, 355
  • Raising and Floating Vessels, 5:c., Henry llogarth, 455
  • Raising and Forcing Water, Saul Hart, 174 Raising Water from Mines, Apparatus as at present Employed for, William Harry Harrison, 194
  • Reaping and Mowing, Machinery or App i-ratus for, John Mickle, 291
  • Receptacles for Sewerage, Frederick Herbert Maberly, 74
  • Recovering the Fatty matter from Coom or dirty .1xle-grease and Lubricating Oils, Felix NI oreau, 251
  • Regul tting Paper for Cylinder Piloting Machines, by meals of Guides, John James Myers, 455
  • Registering Index for Gas Meters, John Carnaby, 475
  • Regulating the Pressure of Fluids, Richard Chrimes, 96
  • Refrigerator and Regulating the Temperature in Worts, Thomas Harris, !33
  • Regulating the Generation attd Pressure of Steam, Joshua Horton, jun.. 191
  • Regulating' and Indicatin; Pret;snre, Thomas Cowburn, Jonathan Preston, and Jeremiah Shetlock, 1S6
  • Regulating the Prague and Supply of Gas. Edwin Marten 416
  • Removing the Fur from the Skins of Rabbits, and l'reparing Skins for Tanning, Jean Mule 1.e.inidas Caillaud, 116
  • Revolving Window Mutters and Blinds, Alexander Clark, 215
  • Rollers for Printing Fabrics, William Samuel Burton, 377
  • Rollers for Printing Fabrics, D. Morrison, 431
  • Rollers or Cylinders to be employed for Printing Calico, Sze., John Davis Mucklow, 455
  • !Whim; Iron and Steel Wire, John Cruik-shank, 191
  • Rolling Iron and Steel, William Hale, 275 Rotary Engines, R. A. Brooman, 71
  • Rotary Engines, Claude Antoine 13uisson,.45 Rotary Machine, Joseph Cooke and William Cooke, 114
  • Ruling raper, Henry Felix Courenq, 391 Runner Notches and Top Notches for Umbrellas and Parasols, William Holland, 274, 314
  • Safety or other Valves, John Poole, 194
  • Safety Valves for Steam Boilers, R. Bodner, 416
  • Safety Pins. John Edridge, 114
  • Safety Candle Lantern, Kenneth Leith Sather. land, 434
  • Saddles and Collars for Horses and other Ani• male, James Edward Shearinzn, 216
  • Saggers, Joseph Skertchly, 175
  • Saili, and in the Reefing and Furling of Sails, Henry Duncan Preston Cunningham, 254 Sailing or Propelling a Vessel, Walter James Handscombe Rodd, 475
  • Sawing Machinery, James Bird Sparke, and Alfred Sparke, 355
  • Sawing Wood, %% illiam Young Smith, 71 Scale Beams or Balances, Patrick Henry Sharkey, 156
  • Saw.tetting Apparatus, George Marshall, 315 Sawing Machines, John Woodley, and Henry Herbert Swinford, 274
  • Sawing Machinery, Brooman, R. A., 53 Screw and Lifting Jacks, Henry Charles Hills, 74
  • Making Screw Machinery, Thompson Newbury, 32
  • Screw Propellers, and in adjusting the same, Thomas Wingate, 194
  • Screw or Submerged Propellars, Richard Atkinson Coward, 254
  • Scutching Machines, J. H. Johnson, 114
  • Seal Flaps of Envelopes and Letter Paper, Spendlove Desborough, 434
  • Screw Gill Machinery, Thomas Fielding John. son, and John Williams, 175
  • Screw Gill Boxes in the Preparation of Fibrous Substances, Samuel Mortimer 434
  • Seamless Pipes and Tubes, Stc, John James Speed, jun , and John Aylesworth Bailey, 53 Securing Screw.nuts on their Bolts, JameS Murphy, 254
  • Screens, Blinds, Ste., Charles Chatel, 4:6 Scuttle for Ships, George Powers, 416
  • Scythes, Robert Otway, 394
  • Securing Cases containing Bullion, S:c , illiam Lund, 156
  • Securing Window and tether Openings in Buildings, Marmaduke William Hallett, 194 Securing the Rails of Railways, John Beech, and John Williams, 155
  • Security to Valves. Taps, Sze., Affording increasei, Julius Decimus Tripe, 74
  • Seeds, Buds, &e., for Artificial Flowers and Fruits, Agostino Gatti, 455
  • Sieve used in Calico Printing, Robert Hindle, 355
  • Self. Acting Signals, Henry Moorhouse, 156 Self- Acting Slide Lathes, William Heap, 294 Self-Inking Stamp for Printing Cards, George Davieg, 254
  • Separation of Gold, Astley Paston Price 166
  • Sewers and Gullets, Thomas Wright Gardener Treeby, 274
  • Self-closing Valve, Bennett Johns Heywood, 434
  • Self-ActingWillow for Opening' Cotton, &c. William Rye and James Simpson, 53
  • Self Acting Steam Pipe Regulator, &c., Thomas Burton and Simeon Lord, 416 Self-Acting Mules for Spinning and Doubling, Edward Oldfleld, 416
  • Separating Substances of Different Speciflc Gravities, Julius Friedrich Philipp Ludwig Von Sparre, 475
  • Separating Corn and other Grain and Seeds, from Dust, ChafT, 6tc., John Parker, 294
  • Separating the Different Solid Fatty (Acides Gras) Acids from the Liquid Fatty ones, Laurot, Laurent, 216
  • Separating Fibres,James Lee Norton, 131 Setting Fine Edge Instruments, Louis Etienne de llangue, 355
  • Separating Tin from Tin-plate Scrap, &,c , Alexander Parke', 216
  • Sewing Machines, J. H. Johnson, 134
  • Sewing Machines, W. E. Newton, 53
  • Sewing Machines, John Hewett, 294
  • Sewing or Ornamenting Fabric., J. 11. Johnson, 95
  • Sewing Machines, G. 1'. Bousfield, 114 Sewing Machines, George Pearson and Edward Jessop, 394
  • Sewing and Embroidering, Frederic Whitaker, 475
  • Sewing or Embroidering Textile Fabrics, Robert Macdonald. 315
  • Sewing Machines, William Frederick Thoma,, 32
  • Sewing Machines, J. 11. Johnson, 394
  • Sewing or Stitching Fabrics together, 475 Sewing Machines, W. E. Newton, 133
  • Sewing Machines, Thomas and Frederick Sugden, 416
  • Shackle for the Springs of Carriages, Isaac Aldebert, 274
  • Sheets and Material suitable for Covering Floors, Caleb Taylor. 513
  • Sheet Glass, W. Clark. 215
  • Sheet Metal, Henry William Wlmshurst, 134 Shot and Shells for Rifled OrdnanceJr C. C Cowper, 294
  • Shovels and Spades, James Hunt, 156
  • Ships' Main Pump, John Murdoch, 156
  • Ships' Yards, John Brown, 53
  • Ships' Fittings, Samuel Dyer, 133
  • Ships' Thimbles and other Metallic Fittings, &c., Clement Sharp, 154
  • Ships' Windlasses, capstans, &c., S. Dyer, 215
  • Ships' Pumps, William Robert?, 131
  • ShirN, lulu's King, 513
  • Shirt Collars. George Pate Cooper, 95
  • Shirts and other Articles of Wearing Apparel, David Hesse and Max Hesse 455
  • Shirt Collars, Charles James Parry, and %Valium Briddon. 254
  • Shoes for Horses, William ‘Valker Reay, 13
  • Shoes and Boots, Adolphe Louis Camille, 416
  • Shutters, Joseph Smith and Horatio Wiseman, 7.1
  • Signal Alarum, Charles Henry Baker, 354 Signal and Alarum, Improved, Jobn Langford and Joseph Wilder, 194
  • Signalling on Railways, Robert Gibson, 53 Signals or Alariims, Railway, William Irlam and John Phillips, 13
  • Signals. &c., Electric Apparatus for givinr, David Lloyd Price, 215
  • Signals, Ships' Night, Cotton Symonds, 156 Signal Lamps, Arthur Clark, 156
  • Signals, Sebastien Didier Lberltier, 355
  • Signalling upon Railways, William Bond Paul, 434
  • Signalling between Guards and Engine Drivers on Railway Trains, Lot Wilks, 254 Signalling, Jean Joseph Baranowaki, 351
  • Silk, and Machinery used therein, W. Clark, 475
  • Singeing Fabrics, Frederick Sampson, 32 Sizing Woollen or Worsted Yarns, Daniel Howarth, 156
  • Skidding the Wheels of Carriages, Augustus Piggott Oldershavr, 434
  • Skirts of Petticoats, R. A. Brooman, 216
  • Slide Valves, Abraham Hemingway and Thos. Wheatley, 134
  • Slide Valves, Frederic Sal-ley Stott, 74
  • Slide Valves of Steam Engines, &c., Henry Whittles and Robert Schofield, 156
  • Slips or Ways for Heaving up and Moving Ships, 6:c., Robert Turnbull, 394
  • Sleepers for Railways, Cast Iron, W. H . Barlow and James Samuel. 315
  • Sleepers of Railways, Adolphe Leclercq, 335 Slop and Toilet Pail, Alexander Simpson, 493 Smelting Ores, John Coope Haddan, 114 Smelting and Refining Iron, J. C. Haddan, 355 Smoothing Irons, A. V. Newton, 335
  • Smoke Consuming Furnaces of Bakers' Ovens, John Fortescue, 156
  • Soap, John Thomas Way, 513
  • Soap, William Henry Holding and James Robert Casbay, 156
  • Soaps, Mottled and Variegated, Thomas Horton, 235
  • Soap, Certain Kinds of, W. Gossage, 416 Soda and Potash, W. Gossage, 216
  • Spikes, Rivets, and Bolts. F. Watkins. 11.1 Spinning Cotton and other Fibrous Substances, Richard Fitten and Samuel Hall, 455 Spinning and Doubling Cotton, &c, William Macpherson, 53
  • Spinning or Doubling, Abraham Royds and and John Kenyon, 173
  • Stamping Paper, &c., i'carson Hill, 354
  • Spinning Flax, Tow, &c., Thomas Whitehead. 394
  • Spinning Mules anal Slubbinz Machines, Nathan James Greenwood, 335
  • Spins ing Machines, J. H. Johnson, 216 Spindles for Door Locks, Latches, &c., Wm . Adams Alderton, 455
  • Spirit Manufacture, when Fece is used, Vincent Louis Casimir Renon, 32
  • SpliU ing Leather, &c., R. A. Brooman. 315 Springs for Railroad Carriages, A. V. Newton, 254
  • Springs and Buffer Cases for Railway Purposes, Henry Bridges. 275
  • Spring Bed Bottoms, E. Adler, 216
  • Spring for Vehicles, 1). Reading, 476
  • Stable Fittings, Louis le Chevalier Cottam, 493
  • Stability to Life and other Boats, Michael Grouse, 216
  • Stages used in Green-houses and Hot-houses, Joseph Robinso.), 235
  • Stamping and Embossing, Daniel Benjamin lierts, 175
  • Stamping, Punching, or Ctittinz Metals and other Substances, Hiram Pow..rs, 513 Stamping or Raising Metals, F. Wilton and John Pinson, 475
  • Starch, Edward Fucker, 416
  • Starch, William Allen Turner, 1:1;
  • Starch from a Plant called Arum Maculaturn, and Arum Italicum, &c , Glaromo Stleont, 274
  • Stationary Cabinets and Envelopes, George Phillips, 216
  • Steam Boiler and other Furnace. to Facilaate the Consumption of smoke, Samuel Sur. cliffe, 254
  • Steam Boilers, Benjamin Goodfellow, 53 Steam Boilers, Ilenry Cater, 133
  • Steam Boilers, Joseph Bennett Howell, and Nicholas Harrev, 114
  • Steam Boilers, G. Collier and Edwin Heywood, 13
  • Steam Boilers, Jason J. Palmer, 316
  • Steam Boilers and Furnaces, and an Apparatus connected therewith, William Johnson, 294
  • Steam Boilers, Henry Batchelor, 53
  • Steam Boilers, Robert Morrison, 156
  • Steam Boilers, David Partridge, 235
  • Steam Boilers, Henry Bougleux, 74
  • Steam Boilers, David Hamilton, 114
  • Steam Boilers for the more Effectual Consumption of Smoke, James Lord and William Soothill, '215
  • Steam Boilers, David Cheetham, 114
  • Steam Boiler Explosions, J. Brown, 513
  • Steam Boilers, Henry Adcock, 394
  • Steam Boilers, Robert Harlow, 156
  • Steam Cooking Apparatus, George Forsyth, 275
  • Steam Digging Apparatus, &c., II. A. Brnoman, 216
  • Steam Engine Boiler and other Furnaces, Henry Glayser, 275
  • Steam Engines, James Petrie and William McNaught, 53
  • Steam Engines, Marine, C. De Bergue, 215
  • Steam Engines, Henry Alfred Jowett, 271
  • Steam Engine, B,. A. Brooman, 74
  • Steam Engines, William Irlam •193
  • Steam Engines, Rowland Ellis, 354
  • Steam Engine and Boiler, Thomas Craddock, 335
  • Steam Engines, James Burrows, 174
  • Steam Engine, W. E. Newton, 114
  • Steam Engines, George Gimcon, 191
  • Steam Engines, William Beckett Johnson, 32
  • Steam Engines, William Macnauebt, 53
  • Steam Engines, William Carwood, 13
  • Steam Engines, A. V. Newton, 114
  • Steam Engine and Boiler, Thomas Chaddock, 416
  • Steam Engines, Thomas Lawrence, 35.1
  • Steam Engines, David Joy, 335
  • Steam Gauges and Water Indicators, Thomas Young Hall, 354
  • Steam Hammers, J. H. Johnson, 475
  • Steam Hammers, John McDowell, 416
  • Steam Pipes or Cylinders, used for Heating and Drying. 21G Steam Pipes for Heating and Drying, J. Field, 475
  • Steam Pile-driving Machinery, William Sissons and Peter White, 475
  • Steam Train for Navigating Shallow Rivers, 7.i Steam Windlass and Boiler, It. A. Brooman, 394
  • Stearic Acid, Edouard Rouissine, 513
  • Steel and Cast-steel, C. Pauvert, 254
  • Steel and Iron \V ire for Umbrella and Parasol Frames, Jahez Morgan, 175
  • Steel Pens, William Fox, 475
  • Steel, John Wilson, 174
  • Steel, Stephen Barker, 33
  • Steel Tubes. John James Russell, and Joseph Bennett Howell, 95
  • Steering Ships, and Apparatus for Signalling between the Deck and Engine-room of Steam Vessels, Thomas Turner and Henry l3oyens, 416
  • Steering Ships, Rudolph Bodmer, 271
  • Steering Apparatus, John Graham, 315
  • Steering Apparatus for Ships, W. E. Newton, 313
  • Stereoscopes, William Henry Phillips, 74 Stereoscopes, John Browning, 13 Stereoscopes, Paul Emile Chappius, 513 Steps for Carriages, David Davies, 254 Stercoscopes, John Thomas Taylor, 175 Stereoscopes, Richard Quin, 133
  • Stiffening and Sizeing Textile Fabrics and Paper, Frederick Crace Calvert, 133 Stockings, Frederick Ayckbourn, 74
  • Stopping Rlilway Trains, Jacques Hostein, 53 Stopcocks or Valves, William McCullock and Thomas Kennedy, 74, 335
  • Stopping or Retareing Railway Carriages, George William Sayer, 294
  • Stoppering Bottles, &c., William Geddes Bor-ron, 455
  • Stopping Railway Trains, &c., David Dunne Kyle, 96
  • Stoppers, John Millar, 275
  • Stockmen's Saddles, Thomas vewton, 175 Stove to be Heated by Gas, HPnry Green, 194 Stove Grate3, Henry Elliott Hoole, 493 Stoves, John Leslie, 13
  • Stores, William Henry Taplin, 394
  • Stoves and Fire-Places, Robert Russell, 96 Stove Grates, George Wright, 175
  • Stoves or Heating Apparatus, William Thomson, 377
  • Straw Shakers of Threshing Machines, Wil-ham Wood Filcher, 175
  • Straining or Filtering Colours, John James Rippon, 335
  • Stretching and Finishing Woven Fabrics, Charles Whowell, 134
  • Strengthening Metallic and other Structures, Wiliam Pedder, 235
  • Stretching and Drying Fabrics, Samuel Mor-and, 513
  • Structures for Growing Grapes, Samuel Newington, 355
  • Stuffing for Beds, Couches, &c., John Peter Booth, 416
  • Substitute for Animal Charcoal, Ernest Ziegler, 434
  • Substitute for Leather, C. Cowper, 215 Substitutes for Leather, William Green, 174 Substances, Certain. not hitherto used for food, as a source of nutrition and support to the respiratory organs of animals, W. E. Newton, 434
  • Substances for Sizeing or Finishing Yarn or Thread, &c., James Kinder Cheetham, and Thomas Southworth, 254
  • Submarine Works, Thomas Robert Winder, 394
  • Sugar, and in the Apparatus used therein, William Miller, 513
  • Sulphuric Acid, and Apparatus, William Gos-sage, 32
  • Sulphate of Soda, Richard Archibald Brooman, 235
  • Sulphuric Acid, W. Gossage, 74
  • Suspension Bridges, Rowland Mason Ordish, 254
  • Sulphuret of Carbon, Application of, as a motive power, Edouard Hoebstetter, 355 Sulphuric Acid Apparatus, W. Gossage, 96 Sulphuric Acid, John Oliver, 335 Superheating Steam, John Longbottom. 13 Supplying Boilers with Water. Generating Steam and Consuming Smoke, Scofield Crowther Sheard and George Underwood, 475 Supply of Water to Steam Boilers, Henry Martin, 315
  • Supporting and Propelling the Human Body in Water, John Phillip, 475
  • Supplying Steam Boilers with Water, Charles James Wiggs, 156
  • Supplying Boilers with Water, William Edward Newton, 13
  • Supplying Air to Organq, &c., H. Willis, 355 Surfaces for Painting, Pierre Poisson, 175 Syphons, T. W. (.. Treeby, 377
  • Swinging, Apparatus for, and for Performing other Exercises or A musements in the Air, Charles Jean Marie Lavigne, 894
  • Switch and Signal Apparatus, William Law_ rence Mitchell, 53
  • Tap or Cock, Thomas Frederick Hale, 431 Taps or Valves, &c., Thomas Melling, 335
  • ' Temple to be Employed in Power Looms, Self-acting, William Halsall and William Hayhurst, 215
  • Testing the Strength of Woven Fabrics, also of material upon which a strain can be exerted, William Hebdon, 475
  • Throstles for Doffing the Bobbins, Henry Hall, 294
  • Transport on Water, Robert Holmes Houston, 174
  • Treating Animal and Vegetable Fibre and Fabrics, &c., Henry Henson Henson, 114 Treatment of Ornamental Fabrics, John Richard Cochrane, 455
  • Treating Peat, and in the application of the same to various purposes, F. S. H emming, 294
  • Treatment of Metallic Ores, John Harding, 175
  • Treating the Threads of Floss Silk, &c., James Murdoch, 175
  • Treatment of Vegetable and other Substances, Edgar Heale, and Mary Ann Heale, 23.5
  • Treating Waste Liquors Produced in th© Manufacture of Chlorine, &c., Edmund Knowles Muspratt and Balthazar Wilhelm Gerland, Ph. D. 15, 513
  • Trimmings, Ribbons, Fringes, and Ifealds, Pierre Benoit Chapuis, 491
  • Tnyeres, Marius Chastagnon, 351
  • ' Typha Velvet,' suitable for Carpets, &c., Randal Cresswell, 513
  • Table Knives, W. E. Newton, 13
  • Tables, Joseph Walton, 13
  • Tanning, Henry Lafond, 351Tanning, W. E. Newton, 315
  • Telegraphic Instruments, Edmund F. Barnes. 391
  • Tell-tale for Public Vehicles, Francis Parker, Threshing and Cleansing Grain, George Alfred Shaw, 53
  • Threshing and Winnowing Machine, Thomas George Shaw, 235
  • Threshing and Dressing Wheat, Henry King, 13
  • Throat Guard, Henry Wickens, 13 Tile-making Machinery, Charles Pascal), 431 Tilting Iron and Steel, or any other Malleable Substance by Perpendicular Motion, George Walter Dyson, 254
  • Tools for Cutting Cylindrical and Conical Forms, Matthew Trattles, 74
  • Toys, Gui4eppe Antonio Giovanni Nani, 53 Tracing Cloth, W. E. Newton, 274
  • Traction Engines, William Bray, 53 Transmitting Messages, Alfred Vincent Newton. 133
  • Transmitting Motion, &c., Florentin Garand, 156
  • Transmission of Motive Power, LTriah Lane, 315
  • Travelling Bags. 8cc.. Phillip Schafer and Frederick Schafer, 174
  • Travelling Caps and other Coverings for the Head, James Honiball Tozer. 475
  • Treating Animal Matters for Manure, Joseph Bower, 32
  • Treating Beetroot for Vinegar, William Armand Gilbee, 71
  • Treating and Bleaching Fibrous Vegetable Substances, &c., R. A. Brooman, 335 Treating Bones for Obtaining Gelatine, Size, or Glue, Augustus Edward Schmersaul, 394 Treating Cotton Seed, James Edward Duyck, 251
  • Treating Fatty and Oily Substances, Benjamin Chew Tilghman, .155
  • Treating Fatty Matters, Felix Lieven Batt-wens, 175
  • Treating Feldspar, W. E. Newton, 13 Treatment or Preparation of Fibrous Materials for being Spun, William Somervail, 294
  • Treatment of Flay, J. II. Johnson, 171 Treatment of the Fruit or Vegetable ' Algorabas,' as Food for Cattle,Edward Gripper, 416
  • Treating India Rubber and Gutta Percha, in order to Render them ImpPrineable to Illuminating and other Gases, G. T. Bousfield, 339
  • Treatment, Application, and Use of Indian Corn, J. Anderson, 434
  • Treating Indian Corn, &:c., for Fennentaticn, William Watt, 96
  • Treating Old Railway Wood Sleeper9, and in Preparing Wood for the same, &c , Thomas Richardson, and Edmund John Jasper Browell, 394
  • Treating Petroleum, G. F. Wilson, 134
  • Treating Burmese Petroleum, G. F. Wilson, 114
  • Treatment of Rangoon Naphtha, &c., Thomas William Keats, 95
  • Treetment of Substances containing Earthy Phosphates, Louis Antoine Ritterbandt, 74 Treatment of Wash Waters containing Soap, Oils, &c., John Leslie, 377
  • Treating the Waste Waters of Woollen and other Mills, W. T. C. Schaeffer, 251
  • Treatment of Wood used in the Construction of Casks, Charles John Lewsey, and George Nasmyth, 95
  • Trowsers, Samuel Robert Lewis, 416
  • Trowiers, James Richard Field, Julius Goodman, and Louis Goodman, 251
  • Truck Apparatus for Moving Stones, Peter Armand le Comte de Fontainemorean, 434 Trucks for Locomotive Engines, Levi Bisselli, 434
  • Tubular Elastic Fastener and Stud for Gentlemen's Shirt Collars and Wristbands, William Charles Aherdien, 503
  • Turning Articles of Irregular Forms in the Direction of their Length, W. E. Newton, 491
  • Turntables, Robert Russel, 355
  • Turntables and Weighing Cranes, W. Irlam, 53
  • Twisting, Doubling, and Spinning Cotton, Silk, ant' other Fibrous Materials, Emile Alcan, 191
  • Type, Louis Leon Foucher, 215
  • Types, George Schaub, 355
  • Umbrella and Parasol Ribs, J. Rubery, 353 Umbrellas and Parasols, John Pullar, and Laurence Puller, 235
  • Union Join. James Allen, and John Gibson. 494
  • Unions for Pipes or Tubes, Edward Curtis Kemp, 475
  • Uniting Iron and Steel, F. Jossa, 513
  • Unitintr the parts of Floating Bodies, John Cow ts, 355
  • Utilising the Fibrous Plants of South Africa, Frederick Levick, jun., and John James, 32
  • Valve Gear for Reciprocating Steam Engines whose power is applied directly by the Piston without employing a Rotary Shaft, W. E. Newton, 235
  • Valves, Charles Renshaw, 394
  • Valve Musical Instruments, Joseph Higham, 114
  • Valves of Steam Engines, John Cawood, James Beeson, \V illiam Smith, and Richard Hench. ley, 13
  • Varnish for Water Colours, William Renwick Bowditch, 251
  • Vat, Improved, John Matthews, 355
  • Vegetable Fibres from Mixed Fabrics, Thomas Gray, 251
  • Velveteens, Moleskins, &c., Henry Levy, 455 Velveting Paper and Textile Fabrics, Pascal Florentine Coulon, 475
  • Venetian Blinds, James Simpson, and Edwin Rimmer, 394
  • Ventilating, Daniel Reading, 355
  • Ventilating, &c., Laurent Piaunt, 216 Ventilating Buildings, J. Leslie, 455 Ventilating and Removing the Products of Combustion of Fuel and of Respiration from Apartments, David Owen Edwards, 233 Ventilating Vehicles, Thomas Wheelhouse, and Jobn Greenwood, 513
  • Ventilating, Apparatus for, William Cook, 194 Ventilating Mines, &c., G. Heppell, 455 Ventilators for Omnibuses, Thomas Cook, 156 Ventilation, Daniel Cooper, Thomas Wood Heaton, and Thomas Lee Langshaw, 156 Ventilators, John Rankin, 475
  • Ventilators for Ships' Cabins, Apartments, and Places, John Ralph Engledue, and William Cultist 493
  • Vessels and Enginea for Propelling them, Robert Griffiths, 13
  • Vices, William Hyde, and Joshua Hyde, 473 Vices, Robert Low, and William Press, 493
  • Warming and Ventilating, Jules Mops, 315 1Vashing, Bleaching, &c., David Macdonald, 53
  • Washing and Drying Wool, Isaac Holden, 156 Washing Linen and other articles, Edmund Hollingworth, 475
  • Washing Machines, James Morris, 74
  • Water Meters, John Miller, 455
  • Waterproofing Fabrics, Louis Ileinemann, and Arnold Heinemann, 455
  • Weaving, Edwin Heywood, 13
  • Weaving, William Frederick Mowbray. 235 Winnowing Corn and Separating Seeds, W. C. Cambridge, 455
  • Wire, James Cocker, 194
  • Working Eccentrics on Steam Engines, Henry Cartwright, 175
  • Working Railway Brakes, Austin Chambers, and Wiliam Harrison Champion. 175 Working the Sails of Square Sail Vessels, James Edward Cole, 294
  • Working Signal Apparatus on Railways, Charles Martin, 315
  • Woven Fabrics, David Milnes, 394
  • Writing Instruments, John Henderson, 294 1Vrought-iron Masts, Yards, &c., James Hodgson, 96 1Varming and Ventilating Apartments, J. H. Johnson, 315
  • Warp Fabrics for the Manufacture of Gloves, T. Ball, 235
  • Warping Cotton, Worsted and other Fibrous Substances, Samuel Lees, James Lees, and Frederick Lees, 513
  • Washing and Scouring Cotton, Linen, and other Textile Fabrics, Apparatus to be Employed for, William Banks, and John Banks, 294
  • Washing, Wringing, and Mangling, Thomas Briggs and John Starkey, 455
  • Washing, NVringirig, and Mangling Fabrics, Robert Fowler Swift, Richard Swift, and John Cormes, 416
  • Washing Machines, Floating Bodies used in, Thomas Wilson. 513
  • Washing, Drying, and Cleansing Corn, &c., E. Gripper, 455
  • Washing or Cleansing Clothes, Piece Goods, and other Article& Martin Nunn, 275 Washing or Cleansing Textile Fabrics and Materials, David Jack, 315
  • Washing and Wringing, Machinery for, Joseph England, 35:i Washing Machines, Richard Appleby, 15' Washing, Cleansing, and Drying Grain, James Penny, and John Booth, 32
  • Washing Machine, J. Avery, 416
  • Washing Minerals, Benjamin Biram, 96
  • Washing, Cleaning, or Mixing Materials, Peter Pilkington, and Thomas Entwisle. 74 Washing or Cleansing Mineral Substances, Edmund Edwards, and Edward Beacher, 355
  • Waste Heat from Coke Ovens, Henry Un win, 156
  • Water Closets, &c., D. A, Lamb, 19.1
  • Water Closets, William Stubbs, and James Burrows, 156
  • Water Gas Meters, James Stevens, 49.1
  • Water Gauges of Steam Boilers, Thomas Taylorson Jopling, 493
  • Water Wheels, William Ashby, 455
  • Waterproof Boots and Shoes, C. Goodyear, 6
  • Water Meter, Construction of, A. V. Newton, 294
  • Water Meters, W. E Newton, 53
  • Water Ram, Joseph Thursfield, 355
  • Watch and Property Protector, Pocket, Joseph James Banister, 216 1Vatche5, John Forrest Watson, 173
  • Weaving, George Wilson, 254
  • Weaving, G. W bite, 315
  • Weaving Checks or Figured Fabrics, George Sugden, and Jonas Briggs, 315
  • Weaving and Folding Fabrics. Richard Roberts, Wright Shaw, and Samuel Shaw, 513
  • Weaving, Machinery for, W. Glover, 475 Weaving Looped and File Fabrics, William Adam, and John Stewart Templeton, 254 Weaving, Isaac NV Iiitesmitb, and William Whitesmith, 475
  • Wheeled Carriages, Thomas Sanderson, 377 Wheels and Axles, Francois Frederic Du. marchey, Samuel Levy, and Joseph Mayer, 74
  • Wicks of Candles, &c., Augustin Leopold An-tran, 114
  • Winding up Clocks, Julian Louis Guillaume Bailly, 53
  • Winding Yarns or Thread, William Robertson, James Guthrie Orchar, and John Men—zies, 235
  • Winding or Folding Drapery, &c., Joseph Rodgers, 513
  • Window Frames and Sashes, Lewis Fenton Kenney, 494
  • Window Sashes, James Robertson. 53 Window Price Tickets, Henry Smith, 156 Window Sashes or Shutters, Frederick Sadgrove, 134
  • Window Shutters. P. A. le Comte de Fon-tainemoreau, 235
  • Window Heads and Sills, &c., John Bird, 114
  • Wire Cards for Metallic Brushes, Frederick Walton, 434
  • Wire Rope and other Ropes, Archibald Smith, 191
  • Wire Strands for Electric Purposes, Robert Stirling Newall, 455
  • Wires of Electric Telegraphs and Machinery, Felix Marie I3audoin, 335
  • Woollen Hats and Bonnets, R. A. Brooman, 156
  • Woollen Cloth, Wilhelm Zipser, and Johann Peter Klein, 216
  • Working Metallic Ores and their Products, J. T. Pitman, 194
  • Working Punkas and Whisks, George Rem-fry Farrell, 335
  • Worsted and Woollen Yarn, W. Foster, 475 Writing Materials, John George Ta)lor, 475
  • Yellow Prussiate of Potass, Jame3 Taylor, and Edward Owen, 175
  • Yeast', Adolphe Hensel, 156
  • Zincing or Coating Metals with Zinc and In cleaning Metals, it. A. 13rooman, 273
  • Complete „Specification. SUBJECT MATTER. Anchor Shackle, Second, George Gilmour, 294
  • Breakfast Powder, Thomas Kitelee, 114 Breech-Loading lire-Arm, George Woodward Morse, 434
  • Bricks and Tiles from Clay, Thomas Burstall, 235
  • Cases for Stamps, Walter Thurtell, 74 Chronometers, &c , George Philcox, 235 Collapsable Boats and Pontoons, George Tom. linson Bousfield, 394
  • Composition applied as a Covering to Buildings, &c., Nathan Appleton Dyer, 235
  • Disinfection and Deodorisation of Animal and Vegetable Substances, Jean Francois Victor Larnaudes, 335
  • Gas Retorts in the Furnaces of Steam Engines, John Gedge, 494
  • Heating and Ventilating Buildings, Thomas Hale, 494
  • Hydraulic Presses, Jules Henri Etienne Mares-chal, 32
  • Indicating the Distance Travelled by Vehicles, Antoine Joseph Quinche, 294
  • Piled Fabrics, William Pidding, 254
  • Poultice, George White, 32
  • Prevention of Waste of Liquids whilst Trans •
  • ferring them from one Vessel to another, Gilbert Burrington, 315
  • Printing Apparatus, Richard Egan Lee, 315
  • Preparing Metallic Substances for Colours, Charles Sylvester Rostaing, 32
  • Presses, Daniel West, 13
  • Regenerating the Impulsive Force of any Motive Power, Charles Barlow, 353
  • Steam Hammers and Machinery for Forging Iron, William Elder, and George Sharp, 455
  • Treating Saccharine Juices, Robert William Sievier, 394
  • Typographical Numbering Apparatus, Charles Frederic Vasserot, 431

Abstract of Specifications - Alphabetical List of Names

  • Abit, Charles Armand Messager, Treatment of Fibrous Substances. 137
  • Adams. William Bridges, Permanent Way of Railways, 135
  • Adams, William Bridges, Railway Wheels, Axles, &c., 134
  • Adcock, Henry, Casting Iron, &c., 98
  • Ador, Leopold, and Edouard Abradie, Obtaining Colours from Metals, &c., 357
  • Adshead, Joseph, Substitute for Plastering, &c., 56
  • Aikman, James, Cleansing and Finishing of Textile Fabrics, 136
  • Aitken, John, Iron Furnaces, 477
  • Atkin, Isaac, and Marmaduke Miller, Sewing Lace, 8r.c., 136
  • Atkinson, Robert Davison, Coating Metallic Surfaces, 39S Akroyd, William, and John Thompson, Car. pets, &c., 25G Alatix, Jean Baptiste Edouard Victor, Lubricating Composition, 438
  • Albright, Arthur, Lucifer Matches and Boxes, 29
  • Allan, Alexander, and Thomas II tint, Improvements in Locomotive and other Steam Eugines, 33
  • Allan, Thomas, Permanent Way, 39i Allman, Fennell, and Donild Bethune, Apparatus for Separating Fluids from Solids, 37
  • A thavres,,E. A., Forks for Forking Lind, 37S Allen, James, Coats, 317
  • Allen, Michael, Slide Valves, 75, 494
  • Allen, Thomas. Metal"ic Bedsteads, 337
  • kmet, Clothilde, Distending , Articles of Dress, 97
  • Ainyot, Eugene Ernest, Pulp, 197
  • Anderson, Alexander Williams, Refining Sugar, 158
  • Anderson, George, Taps or Valves for Gas, 177
  • Anderson, George, Heating Gas itetorts, &c., 21S Anderson, William Lanphier, Propellers, 135 Andraud, Antoine, Wheelbarrows, 276 Andrew, Frederick, and Samuel Forsell, Sizeing, Stiffening, &c., Yarns, &c., 176
  • Anelli, Joseph, Crampon to Prevent Horses Slipping. 275
  • Apperly, James, Fabric of Feed Cloths or Apronr, 496
  • Apperly, James, Carding Wool, 625
  • Apperly, James, Preparing Cotton, Wool, &c., 256
  • Apperly, James and William Clssold, Con. densing Wool, Cotton, Sic., 436
  • Apperly, James, and William Clissold, Preparing Fibrous Substances for Spinning, 514 Archer, Ambrose, Charcoal Blackin!.y, Coal Dust, &c., for Founders, 238
  • Armour. John, Bleaching, Washing, &c., Textile Fabrics, 176
  • Armstrong, Joseph, Permanent Way of Railways, 417
  • Aron, Maurice, Improved Leaven, 238 Ash, Henry Clarke, Railway Signals, 456 Ashburn, William Hindle, and James Fairhurst, Preparation of Cotton, &c , 336 Ashman, James, Artificial Limbs, 118
  • Aston, William Henry, and Samuel llopkin. son, Steam-boiler Furnaces, &c., 476
  • Aston, John, and John Brant, Buttons and Ornaments, 515
  • Atkinson, Edwin Senior, Condensing 'Vapours, Fumes, Gases, &c., 498
  • Aublet, Auguste Etienne, Rotary Engines, 54 Austen. Thomas, Ascertaining the Propelling Force of Gunpowder, 157
  • Austin, William, Improvements in Pipes or Tubrs, 517
  • Avery, John, Flateholder for Photographic Purposes, 98
  • Avery, Bellows, 238
  • Avery, Dalia, Bonnets, 61.c , 36, 138
  • Avril, Victor, Iron and Steel, 31S, 337
  • Bache, George Islington, Lamps, Sze., 418 Bachhoffner, George Henry, Gas Glass Shades, 378
  • Baggs, Isham, Lighting, Signalling by Electricity, &c., 117
  • Bailey, Isaac, Spinning Wool, 396
  • Baia, Alexander, and Bennett Johns Heywood, supplying and Drawing off Liquids, Baggs, Isham, Smelting, &c., 296
  • &c., 118
  • Baines, 1-lu2h, Hoisting Machines, hal:wadi, Frederick Collier, Percussion Bombshells, 41
  • Baird, James, Freeing the Wool upon Skins from Burrs and other Substaneec, 97
  • Barlow, Charle,, Regenerating the Impulsive Force of any Motive Power, 494
  • Barreswil, Charles, Gas IVIeters,15
  • Barron, Pierre Eustace Laurence, Process of Coating Metals, 34
  • Barreul, Germain, Treating Cotton Seed, 35
  • Barton, Charles, Surveying Instrument, 117
  • Bauzemont, Joseph, Purifying Turpentine, 38
  • BalestrIni, Pier Alberto, Protecting and Laying Telegraphic Wires, 237
  • Balmain, William Henry, and Thomas Colby, Grinding various Substances, 457
  • Bamford, Robert, Looms, 257
  • Bannehr, James, Name and Sign Plater, &c., 176
  • Barber, John, Mill and other Enraving, &c., 277
  • Barbour, Francis, Pen-holders, 118
  • Barclay, Andrew, Iron, 478
  • Bardot, Henri Nicolas Denis, Colours for Printing, 498
  • Barlow, Andrew, Mashing Apparatus, 457
  • Barlow, Peter William, Permanent Way, 315
  • Barlow, William Henry, and William henry NVoodhouse, Connecting and Securing the Ends of Rails, 75
  • Barnard, Daniel, and David Lichtenstadt, Tanning, 516
  • Barrans, Joseph, Applying Oil, &c., to the Axles of Railway Carriages, 47G Barrat, Pierre Philippe Celestin, and Jean Riptiste Barrat, Steam Digging Apparatus, 196
  • Barratt, Oglethorpe Wakelin, Dyeing Articles of Pearl, Bone, &c., 337
  • Barrie, Andrew, Workmen's Time Registering Apparatus, 297
  • Bate, John, Folios, Clips, &c., 238
  • Bates, George Armstrong, Prevention of Aceident, 58
  • Bayer, Louis, Stuffing, 76
  • Bayer, Louis, Stuffing for Furniture, 515
  • Baylis, Arthur George, Needles, 58
  • Bayliss, William, Metallic Tubas, 57 13axter, Samuel, Chain 'Wheels for Raising and Lowering Weights, 398
  • Baynton, William, Rolling Rails, 75
  • Beatson, William, Puddling Iron, 297
  • Begg, James, Bleaching Textile Fabrics, 295
  • Belleville, Julien Francois, Generating Steam, 94
  • BeIlford, Auguste Edouard Loradoux, Drying, Burning, and Cooling Bricks, Tiles, &c., 35, 515
  • Benoist, Philippe, Stereoscopes, 218
  • Benson, Robert Brock, Reefing Sails. 456 Benson, William, Drying Grain, &c., 396 Berenger, Raymond Leopold de, Nose.bags, 59
  • Bergevin, Auguste Mathieu Maurice de, Purifying Coal, 497
  • Bernsird, Julian, Boots and Shoes, 436
  • Berthiez, Samuel Frederic, Engines,115 Bertram, Geo. and Wm. M•Niven, aper, 438 Bertram, James, Steam-engines, 514
  • Bessemer, Henry, Iron and Stee, 168
  • Bessemer, Henry, Iron and Steel. 37, 198, 218 Bessemer, Henry, Rails and Axles, 435 Bessemer, Henry, Iron, 457, 496
  • Bethune, Donald, Separating Particles of various Bodies, 76
  • Betteley, Joseph, Iron for Ships' Knees, 33G Bilbe, Thomas, Ships, 195
  • Billing, John, Chimneys, 457
  • Ring, Jacob, Sauce.boat, 118
  • Binks, Christopher, Converting Iron into Steel, 496
  • Binks, Christopher, Iron and Steel, 477
  • Birkby, William Beevers, Fixing Teeth in the Fillets used in the Preparation of Flax, &c., 176
  • Birkin, John, Dressing and Cleaning Wheat, 396
  • Bishop, Albert Demerit, Derricks for Raising Sunken Ships, 276
  • Bishop, Albert Demerick, Raising Vessels, 395 Ilishton, William, Boats for Inland Navigation, 255
  • Bi3seker, William John, Musical Instrument Strings, 278
  • Blackburn, Henry. Billies and Mules for Spinning Wool, &c., 457
  • Blackstone, Lorenzo, Corks and Bungs, 77 Blackwell, Thomas Evans, Fire Flues and Air Passages, 278
  • Blackwell, William, Ploughs, 396
  • Blair, George, Looped Fabrics, 378
  • Blake, James, and Francis Maxwell, Soap, 238 Blanchom, Esteves, Making and Boring Leather, &c . 45/
  • Blomeley, Edwin, Fabrics, 217
  • Bluth, Charles Bell, and William Parell But-chart, Weaving, 157
  • Bodmer, Rudolph, Self-acting Apparatus for Spinning Cotton, 137
  • Bond, John, Indicating the Number of Revolutions performed by Rollers, &c , 498
  • Bottomley, Smith, and James William Gross ley, Pile or Nap Fabrics, 316
  • Bougleux, Henry, Steam boilers, 476
  • Boulay, Jean Charles, Printing in varioul. Colours simultaneously, 458
  • Bourne. John, Paddle-wheels, 135
  • Bousfield, George Tomlinson, Propelling and Steering Vessels, 116
  • Bous6cld, George Tomlinson, Pumps, 117
  • Boustield, George Tomlinson, Vulcanised India-rubber Thread, 119
  • Bouslield, George Tomlinson, Flexible Hose and Tubes, 118
  • Bouslield, G. T. Driving Straps, 115
  • Bousileld, G. T., Power Looms, 276
  • Bousfield, G. T., Artificial Stone, 295
  • Bowen, James Benjamin, Gloves, 157
  • Bower, Alfred, Keels of Vessels, 495
  • Bower, Leonard, Bolts, Rivets, &c., 58
  • Rower, Manoah, Richard Peyton, and Jcnes Weaver Downing, Metallic Bedsteads, &c., 218
  • Bowers, Henry Richard, Grinding Clay, &c., 158
  • Bowlas, David, Throstles, Re., 176
  • Bowra, Matthias Edward, Laying Rails or Chairs for Railways, 255
  • Boycott. Richard, Air-door, 298
  • Boyd, David Ogilvy, Flues, 217
  • Boyd, David Ogilvy, Smoke and Air Flues, 317
  • Boyd, John, Letter-press Printing Machines, 298
  • Brahy, James, Sawing Machinery, 177
  • Bradford, Edwin Greenslade, Ships' Rudders, 134
  • Bradford, William, Gas Burners, 317
  • Bragg, Henry, Drying Air, &c , 495
  • Bragg, Henry, jun., Drying Air, tk?., 176
  • Brayshay, John, Boilers, 115
  • Brecheux, Napoleon, Looking-glasses, 35G Bremer, John Christian, Propelers, 395
  • Bremner, Samuel, Envelopes, &c., 357
  • Brett, John Watkins, Printing Electric Telegraphs, 13S Brickley, Henry, Grinding Mills, 498
  • Briggs, Joseph, B19cks aLd Bricks for Build. in g, 14
  • Beadon, William, Cleaning, Cultivating, and Rolling Land, 35
  • Beauche Louis, Cigars.16
  • Bell, George, and George Charles Grimes, Frictional Matches and nieces, 37
  • Bell Robert, Ornamental Fabrics, 75
  • Bell, Samuel Alex., and John Black, Improved Method of Igniting Matches. 16
  • Benlowski, Bartholomew, Improvements in Typographical Composition and Logotypes to be used therein. 16
  • Bennett, Joseph, Cast Steel, 338
  • Dental), Edward Hammond, Crushing or Splitting Grain, 35
  • Beonard, Joseph, and Joseph Hubert, Reefing the Sails of Ships or Vessels. 217
  • Berrisford, Samuel, and Enoch Wilkinson, Looms, 97
  • Bessemer, Henry, Shaping. Pressing, and Rolling Malleable Iron and Steel, 37
  • Betts, John, Artificial spheres, 39
  • Bethune, Donald, Apparatus for Dyeing, 116 Beudant, Amedee and Jean Louis Marie Paul Benoit, Treating Ores of Copper containing Arsenic and Antimony. 15
  • Beyer, Charles, Locomotive Engines, 54 Blackwood, Robert, Apparatus for Doubling Yarns or Threads. 116
  • Blain, James, Jacquard Apparatus for Wcav-ing, 515
  • Blake, Obed, Applying practically the Princi. pie of Internal Reflection within Transpa. rent Substances, 15
  • Bloomer, Caleb, Spikes and Bolts, 15 Bowie,* Charles, Music StAnclii for the Use of Military and other Bawls, 17
  • Bousfield, George Tomlinson, Collap-ible Boats and Pontoons, 495
  • Bouvallet, Adolphe, Pr inting Woven Fabrics, Velvets, Skins, and like Materials, 116 Bowers, William Hadfield, Apparatus for Distillation, 516
  • Bowhay, John Leaky, Sowing Seeds and Distributing Manure, 34
  • Bowler. Manoah, and John Farwell, Method of joining Metallic and other Bedsteads, 36
  • Brae, Andrew Edmond, Apparatus for communicating Signals from one part of a Railway Train to another. 54
  • Brendley, William, Papier Mache, 457 Brendley, William, Paper Hangings, 418 Briqueler, Charles, Clarification, &c., of Cotton-seed Oil, 398
  • Broadley, James, Weaving, 476
  • Brodie, William, Roofing Tiles, 396
  • Brook, Charles, jun., Fiuishing Yarns, 8ce., 257 Brookes William. Corn, 56
  • Bragg, Henry, Finishing Linen and other Fabrics, 34
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, Coating or Composition SubstanceF—uninflammahle, 37 Brooman, Richard Archibald. A Meiliod of treating Guano and other Matters, and the Manufacture from the Products and from Uric A(id, 15
  • Brooman, R. A., Printing Shawls and other Fabrics, 135
  • Brooman, B. A , Manufacturing Tubes and Pipes, 16
  • Brooman, R. A., Ladies' Wearing Apparel, 36 Brooman, R. A., Plating Chits to render it Reflective, 38
  • Brooman, R. A ? Rendering Wood and other Substances unin flammable and flreproof,477 Brooman, R. A., Cranes, 16
  • Brooman, R. A., Stuffing Seats, Furniture &c., 14
  • Brooman, B. A., Purifying Water, &c., 276 Brooman, R. A., Lathe, 318
  • Brooman, R. A., Mills, 277
  • Brooman, R. A., Water closets, 277 Brooman, R. A., Fermenting Agent, 197 Brooman, R. A , Cranked Axles, 435 Brooman, R. A., Artificial Fuel, 177 Brooman, R. A., Roots and Shoes, 436 Brooman, R. A., Splitting Rocks, 378 Brooman, R. A., Retarding Railway Trains, &c., 195
  • Brooman, R. A., Dye for Wools, 495 Brooman, R. A., Petticoats and Bugles, 356 Brooman, H. A., BAndering Fabrics Sanitary, 476
  • Brooman, R. A. Cutting Stone, &c., 436 Brooman, R. A. Pumps, 516
  • Brooman, R. A. Bleaching, 495
  • Brooman, U. A. Auger, 158
  • Brooman, R. A. Carriages and Wagons, 157 Brooman, R. A. Artificial Stone. 175 Brooman, R. A. Pumping Engines, .516 Brooman, H. A , Petticoats, 13., Brooman, R. A., Sprinkling Powder, 236 Brooman, R. A., Grindstones, 119
  • Brooman, R. A., Artificial Wines, 497 Brooman, R. A., Felted Fabric, 456
  • Brooman, R. A., Shuttles, 256
  • Brooman, R. A., Buildings, 237
  • Brooman, R. A., Spoons. Forks, &c., 57
  • Brooman, R. A., Supplying Air to Gas-lights, 98
  • Brooman, R. A., Fibres for Spinning, 456 Brooman, H. A., Preserving Provisions, 438 Brooman, R. A., Embroidering, 495
  • Brooman, R. A., Lamp Oil, &c., 378
  • Brown, Jeremiah, Machinery to be used in the Manufacture of Iron, 19
  • Brown, Edward, Pocket-kiiife Handles, 376 Brown, Henry, Spinning Worsted, 378 Brown, Henry, and Job Bartlett, Iron Easy Armchair Bedstead, 57
  • Brown, John, Ships' Lower Masts, 494
  • Blown, John, Swinging Hammocks, 218 Brown, John, and John Adin, Jacquard Ma-e,bines, 495
  • Brown,_ John Weir Draper, and George Gibson Brown, Signal Lanterns, 195
  • Brown, Joseph, Hats and Caps, 57
  • Brown, Robert, Taps or Valves, 297
  • Brown, Thomas, Capstans and Windlasses, 395
  • Brown, William Henry, Steam Hammers, 198 Browne, Joseph, Ships' Windlasses, &c., 43.5 Browne, Mannor, Shirts, 418
  • Brough, Nehemiah, Dress Fastenings, 378 Bruce,Duncan, Concentrated Animal Manure, 295
  • Buffon, Benjamin Nadault de, Apparatus for Clarifying and Purifying Water and other Liquids, 18
  • Bullougb, Adam, Leasing 116
  • *hps I Burkin, William, Manufaektring Painted Cloths. 14
  • Burrington, Gabert, Making the Stop Funnel for the prevention of Waste Liquids, 518 Buchanan, John, Propelling Vessels, 276 Buff, Henrich Ludwic, and Frederick Veramann, Purifying and Softening Water, 58 Bullough, Adam, and Win. Bullougb, Looms, 496
  • Bullough, James, Looms, 137
  • Bunnett, Joseph, and Joseph George Bunnett, Sash-bars and Mouldings, 35
  • Bunnett, Joseph, Metal Sash•bars, Columns, &c., 317
  • Burden, Henry, Horse Hoes, &c., 134
  • Burg, Sven Johan Agrell, Preventing Boiler Explosions, 115
  • Burnett, William Hickling, Electric Telegraphs, 57
  • Bums, Robert, Bone Mills, 277
  • Burrell, Charles, Portable Apparatus for Distilling Beet Root, &c., 98
  • Burrows, James, Winding Minerals from Mines, &c., 378
  • Burstall, Thomas, Bricks and Tiles, 227
  • Burton, Charles, Warming Buildings, 116, 278 Burton, Charles, Washing Fabrics, 336 Burton. Thomas, Sizeing and Dressing Yarns, Ise., 136
  • Burwell, Edward, Coffee-roaster*, 517
  • Bush, William Frederick, and Wm. Hewitt, Grinding Grain, 217
  • Butcher, Samuel, Kitchen Ranges, 97
  • Butterworth, Richard, Securing the Ends of Rails, 456
  • Byford, Thomas, Horses Bits, 135
  • Cabra La, Joseph, Pianoforte Action, 418 Cadiad, Nicholas, Purifying Liquids, 1'77 Caithness, James, Earl of, Cutting Stone, 217
  • Caithness, James, Earl of, Driving Belts, 45G Calley, Samuel, Coating Surfaces, 315 Cambridge, William Colbourne, Portable Railways, &c., 195
  • Cameron, Duncan, Cranes. 117
  • Campbell. Ethan, Propelling Vessels, 435 Carey. Charles, Filter for Making Coffee, &c. 117
  • Carey, C.. Shower Baths, 218
  • Carless. Benjamin, Bird Cage, 518
  • Caron, Felix, Door Lock Handles, 137
  • Carr, Charles John, Operating Hammers and Stamps. 298
  • Carr, William Beagle, Waterclosets, 515 Cartland,, John, Door Spring. 157
  • Cartwright, Henry, Steam Cocks, 33 Cartwright, John, Chain Harrows, 116 Casarte111, Joseph Louis. and Anthony Casartelli and Louis Casartelli. Ascertaining the Density of Water in Marine Steam Boilers. 435
  • Cato, Peter, John Miller, jun., and John Aud ley. Ship's Knees, 435
  • Cattaert. Charles Francois, Stoppering Inkstands, &c., 119
  • Cadet, Auguste, Stamp-inking Apparatus, 37 Cadet. Eugene Napoleon. Cocks and Taps, 437 Calvert, Francis Alton, Cleaning and Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Materials, 116 Carter, George, Propelling and Steering Vcsselc. 14
  • Castro, Joseph Henry, Regnel de, Propelling Carriages up Inclines, 33
  • Cell er, Auguste, Mucilage for Sizing and Printing Textile Materals, 495
  • Chadwick, David, and Herbert Frost, Measuring Fluids, 477
  • Chalmers, David, Looms, 255
  • Chalus, Adolphe Gilbert, Stopping Bottles, &c., 278
  • Chamblant, Pierre Marie Joseph. Glass, 177 Chandler, Robert Wilson, and Thomas Oliver, Agricultural Engines 56
  • Chandler, Thomas, Lever Cask Stand, 77 haplin, Alexander, Ships, 276
  • Chapman, Frederick, and Charles Bowyer, Manufacturing Gelatine, &c., from Intestines, 438
  • Charlton, Thomas, and William Turnbull, Steam Generators. 33. 96
  • Cbatwin. Joseph. An Expanding Compensating Slide for Sustaining Gas and other Lights, 516
  • Chambers, Thomas. Agricultural Drills, 56 Charleswick, Rib.frame or Rib.machines for Fancy Hosiery, 75
  • Chavanon, Didier Elizabeth Ernest de, Cleaning all Sorts of Cloth Fabrics and Skins, 47
  • Cheshire, Charles Rowe, Rod Joseph Betteloy, Anchors, 561
  • Christopher, John, Knives and Forks whose Handles are not Metallic, 38
  • Cheetham, J. K., Application of Photographic Pictures to Metal Surfaces, &c., 516
  • Chevalier, Eugene Perre, Cigars, 177 Chevalier, Jean Baptiste Desire, and Narclese Rabouin-O'Sullivan, Preparing Printing Surfaces, 98
  • Chiosso. James, Damping and Affixing Adhesive Stamps. &c., 338
  • Chipp, Thomas John, and Richard Bitmead, Drilling and Boring, 218
  • Chodzko, Stanislas, Manure, 277
  • Chouillon, Charles Marie, Shaving, &c., Skins, 198
  • Church William, and Henry Whiting Haml)n, Building Hay Ricks, Sm., 176 Churchill, William Smith, and James Brad. shave. Drying Yarns, &c.. 457
  • Clara, Jean Baptiste, Motive Power, 195 Clare, John William, Consuming and Condensing Smoke. &c., 476
  • Clark. Arthur, Signal Lamps. 294
  • Clark, Charles. Looking Glasses, &c.._ 197 Clark, James, Waterproof Fabrics. 196 Clark, James, Beds and Mattresses, &c., 117 Clark, Joseph Latimer, Electric Telegraph, 496
  • Clar3k8, William, Barytes and Strontlan, &c., 9
  • Clark, William Stettinius, Caldron and Furnace for Agricultural Purposes, 515
  • Clark. W. S., Digging and Pressing Peat, &c. 116
  • Clerk, W. S., Hydraulic Heaters, 275
  • Clay, William, and Josiah Harris, Iron and Steel. 398
  • Clibran, William, and Joseph Clibran, Regulating and Measuring Gas, 97
  • Clifford, Charles, Boat-lashings, fir..c.. 91 Clark, Alexander, Construction of Revolving Window Shutters, and Metal Window Sashes, 477
  • Clark, George, Manufacture of Illuminating Gas, 15
  • Clark, Joseph, Horse Hoe, 35
  • Claus, Charles Frederick, Moistening Land, Streets, and Extinction of Fires, 16
  • Clerk Francis North, Metallic Roofing for Buildings, 477
  • Clissold, William, Regulating the Supply of Water to Water Wheels, 436
  • ('lossman, Francis Frederic, Alcohol, 457
  • Cly burn, William, Machinery for Making Butter, 516
  • Cockenifeck. John de, Preparing, Refining, and Filtering Oils or Fatty Matters, 18 Coleman, Richard, Ploughing, Hoeing, and Scarifying Land, 34
  • Colborne, William, Press Wheel Rollers and Clod Crushers, 76
  • Collier, George, and James William Crossley, Hot Pressing, 498
  • Collier, Georly. and Edwin Heywood, Steam Boilers or Steam Generators, 514
  • Cope, John, Manufacture of Buttons, 15
  • Cornides, Louis, Ornamental Window Blinds, 15
  • Cowley, John, Paper from Straw and other Vegetable Substances, n Cowper, Charles, Purification, Desiccation, and Agglomeration of Coal, 37
  • Cox, John, Coke and Coke Ovens, 17 Cochrane, Hon. William Erskine, Permanent Way, 456
  • Cochrane, Hon. W. E., Converting Crude Iron into Malleable Iron, &c.,297
  • Colbeck, Israel, Tearing Rage, 266
  • Collett, Henry. Dlo%i log and Keeping, 435 Collier, George, John Crossley, and James William Crossley, Stretching Woven Fabrics, 196
  • Collier George, Piled Fabrics, 356
  • Collier, George, Drying, Stretching, and Finishing Yarns. &e., 471
  • Colman, Samuel, Steam Boilers, 115
  • Collyer, Robert Hanham, M.D., Manufacturing Paper, 397
  • Coltman, 'William, knitting Machinery. 217 Combs, James, Carding and Roving Tow, 135
  • Combettes, Paul Charles Joseph Leonce de, Steam Engine, 7S Combettes, P. C. J. L. de, Rotary Engines, 75
  • Commandeur, Joseph. Regenerating the Impulsive Force of any Motive Power, 395 Conant, Hezekiah, Fire-arms, 217
  • Condy, Henry Holmann, Purifying Acetic Acid, Sic., 78
  • Cook, Thomas Ainsley, Treating Manganese Ores. 427
  • Cook. George Colloton, Stereoscopes, 138 Cooke, Henry, Dyeing Yarns or Threads, 257 •
  • Cooke, Masts Joscelin, Washing Machines, &c., 497
  • Cooper, William Henry, Fretwork for Ornamental Windowe, &c., 277
  • Cope, Thomas, Tobacco Cutting Machines. 478
  • Copeland George Ale‘alider, Safety Blasting Cartridge, &c,. 119
  • Conlin. John Windlasses, 135
  • Cornides, Louis, Osnamenting Metal, &c., 58
  • Cornides, L., Cementing Surfaces of Glass, &c.. 77
  • Cornides, L., Dressing Hides, Skins, &c., 268
  • Cornall, Frederick, Fire-places, 498
  • Cottam, George Hellen, and Henry Rich:ird Cottam, Iron Hurdles, 38, 536
  • Cotton, Samuel, Regulating Tilt Hammers, 437
  • Cottrill, James, Machinery for Filing. 297 Couard, Richard Atkinson, Paddle Wheels, 276
  • Cowburn, Thomas, Valves, &c., 54
  • Cowley, john, Straw Paper. &c., 118
  • Cowper, Charles, Lighting and Extinguishing Gas-light., 117
  • Cowper, Edward Alfred, Candles, 238
  • Craig, Thomas, Ruling Paper, &c., 278 Crawley, John, Stitching Fabrics, 475 Cranstoun, George Cranstoun Trotter, George Young. and John Lovell, Application of Swam for Producing Boiling Action in Bleaching, 276
  • Crawford, David, Preparing Textile Fabrics, 514
  • Cressey, Thomas Stokes, Cutting Staves, &c., 378
  • Crichton, David. and James Cathcart, Looms, 277
  • Crockett, James Lawrence, Sulphuric Acid, 118
  • Crockett, J. L., Evaporating. 118
  • Crofton, Michael Thomas.itegistcring Passengers in Vehicles. 336
  • Crofton, M. T., Stamps. 58
  • Crossley, Joseph. and James Bolton, Printing Yarns, acc-. 256
  • Cunningham, Hannay, Blanks for Banknotes, &c., 259
  • Cunningham, Henry Duncan Preston, Reefing Solis. 276
  • Curtis. William Joseph, Lighting Railway Carriages. &c.. 436
  • Curwood, David, Horse-rakes, tkc., 76 Crabtree, Thomas, Card Setting blachines,496 Crofts, William, Lace and other :Weavings. 34
  • Cunningham, Hannay, The Production of Blanks for Bank Notes, Bills, Cheques, 159 Curtis. William Joseph, Railway NVIieels, 33 Curwood, David, Apparatus for Cleaning Knives and Forks, 14
  • Cutler, Job, Metallic Pipes or Tubes, 18
  • Daft, Thomas Barnabas. Cast-iron Pipes, 174 Dallas, Duncan Campbell, Chemical Preparations applicable to the Photographic Processes, 38
  • Dalton, Alfred, Smelting Iron, 259
  • Damazio. Jacinta Dias, Gas, Sm., 36
  • Dancer, John Benjamin, Photographic Cameras, &c., 259
  • Danduran, Jean Jacques. Self-Swimmer. 157 Darlington. George. and John, Darlington, Zinc, 98
  • Darlington, John, Super-heating Steam. 175 Dartois, Louis, Cleansing Textile Substances, bre., 476
  • Dauglish, John, Making Bread, 318 Davenport, Robert, Kilns, &c., 197
  • Davidson, Joseph Christian, Hop Bin, 267 DAvidson, J. C., Share Drill, 257
  • Davies, David, Wheel Tyres. 115
  • Davies, George, Actuating Railway Breaks, 276
  • Davies, George, Measuring the Leakage of Vessels, 94
  • Davies, George, Paper for Filtration. acc., 478 Davies, George, Copying Letters, 158
  • Davies, John Lacy, jun., and John Broadbent. Umbrellas, 77
  • Davison, Robert, and Joshua Crowther, W Ind-fug Yarns, &c., 514
  • Davis, Joseph, Method of Manufacturing the Small Coke, commonly called Breezes, 57 Dawes, George, Hats, 278
  • Day, John Rock, and Thomas Rutter, Rooting Tile, 457
  • Deacon, Henry, Suspending Carriage Bodies, 377
  • Deeley, Joseph, Furnaces, 516
  • Defrics, Coleman, Lamps for Railway Carriages, 76, 175
  • Delcambre, Isidore, Machines for Composing and Distributing Type, 397
  • Delperdange, Victor, Metallic and Elastic Packing, 517
  • Dempsey, William Churchill, Compound for removing all Obstructions of the Air Passages. 18
  • Dembinski, General Henri, Motive Power, 96 Dendy, Richard, Horse Rakes, 11G Denis, Julien, Corking and Uncorking Bottles. 516
  • Denis, J., Perforating Steel, 138
  • Denis, J., Soap. 158
  • Depal, Alexander, Railway Brakes, 75 Derbyshire. John. Cocks and Taps, &c., 118 Der36hig, George Edward. Galvanic Batteries, 1)esachy Leonard Alexander, Architectural MouldingY, 378
  • Deshayes, Jacques Felix, Machinery for Dyeing Silk. 378
  • Desmond, Daniel, Vessels for Liquids, 318 Demos, Charles, Furnaces, 51
  • Desvignes, Peter Hubert, Scutching Flax, Hemp. Sic., 176
  • Detouche, Constantin Louis, and Jean Jacques Emile Robert Houdin, Jun., Electric Clocks, 117
  • Dickic, Hugh, Cutting Wood, Sce., 218 Dickinson, James, Anchors, 135
  • Dickinson. J., Cotton Spinning, 436 Dieudonnc, Louis Auguste, Nosebags, 17 Dillon, Thomas Arthur, and John Gray, Signals, 316
  • Dimpfel, Frederick Peter, Screw Nuts for Axle-boxes. 34
  • Dimpfel, F. P, Permanent Way of Railways, 34
  • Dimpfel, F. P., Steam Boilers and Furnaces,14 Distin, Henry John, Regulating the Tone of Kettle Drums, 318
  • Dtreks, Henry, Worts for Brewing, 438 Main, H. J., Wind Musical Instruments, 457
  • Matey, Charles WasteII, Opera Glasses, 458 Dogin, Michel, Lace or Net. 396
  • Dozgenfeld, Anthony Charles Vetter de, Glass Ornaments. 198
  • Dolby. Edwin Thomas. Printing Several Colours at ono time, 457
  • Donkin, Thomas, Glazing Paper. 177 Doubleday, Henry, Starch, 118
  • Downinz. Joses Weaver, Metallic Wheels, &e., 197
  • Dray, William, Stacking or Storing Corn, Sm., 356
  • Drew, John. Library Tables and Desks, 457 Dryden, James, Weaving. 495
  • Drydon, Robert and Stephen Mills, Cylinder Printing Presses, 516
  • Dubs5, Henry. and Jtaiah Evans, Slide Valves, 21
  • Dubs, H.. and J. Evans, Consumption of Smoke, 195
  • Duchateau, Alexis Eugene, Stamp Presses, 259
  • Dugdalo, Thomas, jun.. Lubricator. 338
  • Dumery, Constant Jouffrey, Shoes and Boots, 36
  • Dumery, C. J.. Steam-engines, 255
  • Duncan, Thomas, Compound Engine for Measuring Fluids, 115
  • Dunlop, Andrew. Dressing Flour &c., 3T Dunchille, John Dearman, and Walter Dexter. Warp Machinery. 396
  • Durrich. Gustave, Gas Burners. 36
  • Dyer, Samuel. Propelling Vessels. 456
  • Dyer. Henry, and George Dyer. Freeing Textile Fabrics from City Impurities, 257 Dyson, George, Iron, 58
  • Dwyer, Edmund, Children's Chairs, 257
  • Eaborn, Edmund, and Matth..w Robinson, Confectionary Machinery, 17, 138
  • Fadon, Robert Thomas, Band Saws, &c., 9.R Earp, Thomas, Tap for Measuring Liquids, 458
  • Earp Thomas, An Improved Cutting Apparatus for Reaping and Mowing Machines, 515
  • Eaton, Richard, Buffing Apparatus, 456
  • Eaton Richard, India-rubber Springs, 516
  • Eccle4, Joseph, Brick, Tile, and Pipe Machinery, 436
  • Edmeaton, Robert, Looms, 316
  • E, 'wards, Joseph, Ship's Log, 316
  • Edwards, William, Lathes for Shaping and Screwing, Metals, 98
  • Elves James, Extracting Oil, 56
  • Elves, James Dynamometer, 58
  • Elliot, George, Production of Oxides of Manganese, 37,7
  • Elliott, J., Taps and Cocks. 296
  • Elliott, John, Fluid Meter, 258
  • Ellison, Roger Bolam. Electric Telegraph, .117
  • Ellis, John, Manufacture of Ammonia and Carbonate of Ammonia, 38
  • Ellison, Paul, Improvements in Furnaces, 38
  • Billiton, Henry Twisleton, Hanging and Closing Doors, 515
  • Emery, Richard, Springs for Carrifiges, 456
  • Emery, Richard, Axles, &c., for Carriages on Common Raids. 456
  • Emmons, Edward Jackson, Nursery Chair, 496
  • Erman, Godfrey, Finishing Yarns, 378
  • Ernst, Gustavus, and William Lorberg, Producing and Transferring Design!, 398
  • Eskholme, George, and Henry Wilkes, Ball Cocks, 117
  • "tivant, Felix, Casting Metal Tubes, 278
  • Evans, John, Increasing Power, 137
  • Evans, Thomas, jun., Harness, 175
  • Evans, Villiam, Improved Plough, 1.1
  • Evettc, Henri, Looms, 217
  • Ewing, Joseph, Receptacle for Urine, 57
  • Fairbairn, Peter, and Robert Newton, Dressing Waste Silk, 417
  • Fairelough, James, Expander Dining Tables, 36
  • Farina, Maria, Tooth Powder, 318
  • Farmer, George James, Hardening Iron and Steel. 237
  • Farmer, G. J., Chain Links, Buckles, &c., 218 Farquharson, Colin, and William Grimshaw, Indicating the Pressure of Steam, &c., 336 Farrer, James, and Henry Spencer, Regulating the Pressure of Gaseous Fluids, 157 Farrington, Charles Jaiiie4, and William Comber, Giving Alarm, 396
  • Faure, Louis Adolphe, Pump. 418
  • Fcaveau, Jean Baptiste, and Louis Alexander Logrand. Puriticatioq of Gas. 218 Felirman, Diederich, Lamps, 197
  • Fenton, James, Signal Apparatus, &c., 396 Ferguson, Charles Augustus, Preparing Tim-ber 417
  • Fernihough, James, and Robert Farrow, Regulating the Supply of Air to Furnaces, tke., 435
  • Ferr y e, Benjamin Ornamental Plastering, 396
  • Ferguson, Cornelius, Separating Copper and other Metals from Ores containing them, 296
  • Ferrier, Robert, Sweeping and Cleansing Roads and Streets, 38
  • Field, NVilliam, and Edward Jeffrys, Machinery for Sowing Seed and for Distributing Manure, 56
  • Finch, Edward, Wrought-iron Masts, Bowsprits, &c., 291
  • Firth, Edwin, Finishing Mohair Cloth, 236 Firth, Josiah, and Joseph Crabtree, Weaving Carpets, &c., 217
  • Fisher, Da.vid, Coating Metals, Sze., 93 Fisher, John Pursloe, Billiard Cues, 118 Fleming, James, jun., Bleaching Fabrics, 137 Fletcher, John, and William Fletcher, Weighing Cranes, &c., 238
  • Fletcher? Raymond, and Edwin Fletcher, Sweeping Chimneys or other Flues, 3s Flint, George, Thomas Wood, and Edward Wood, Punching Press, &c.. 318
  • Flockton, Thomas, Consumption of Smoke, 395
  • Foggi, Ferdinando, Steam Engines, &c., 395 Fonrobert, Charles, Francis Jules, Bouts and Shoes, 457
  • Fonrobert, C. F. J., Insulated Wires, 43G Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Comte de, Turbines, 395
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Knitting Loom, 378
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Voltaic Battery, 296
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. to Comte de, Artificial Stone, 237
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Carbonic Acid Gas, 497
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. lo Comte de, Forming Letters, &c., 45s Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Weighing Apparatus, 498
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Metallic Packing, 54
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Roofs of Buildings, 317
  • Fontainmoreau, P. A. le. Comte de, Electromotive Engine, 175
  • Fnntainemoreau, P. A le Comte de, Purifying Brandies, 397
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Heating Water for Steam Boilers, 33
  • Fordred, John, Lamps, 396
  • Foot, Joseph James, Weaving Narrow Fabric;, 137
  • Forbes, Iluzo Frederick, Copying Press, 398
  • Ford, Alfred, Dissolving Vulcanised Indiarubber, 297
  • Ford, James, and Peter Knowles, Cleaning and Preparing Cotton, &c., 176
  • Forster, John Thomas, Si;. alling Symbols, 277
  • Forster, William Henry, Fastening Jewellery, 2:54
  • Foss, Jens. Cutting and Sawing, 77
  • Foster, Thomas, Apparatus for Postage, Receipt, and other Stamps. 37
  • Faulds, Robert, and William Bracewell, Power Looms, 55
  • Franc, Jules Adolphe le, Lubricating Oil Cans, :S18
  • France, James Robert, Electric Telegraph Apparatus, 356
  • Francis, William, and James Hooper, Tanning Leather, 457
  • Freeman, Charles Robert, and William Key. Food for Animals, 356
  • Frost, Robert, Flour, 277
  • Fowler, John, jun., and Willi.im Worby, Ploughing by steam, 97
  • Fowler, J. jun., Ploughing and Tilling Land, 236
  • Fowler, Jotin, jun., Wire Ropes, 516
  • Fowke, Francis, Portable Photographic Camera, 37
  • Fox, Henry Hawes, Brushes. 477
  • Fox, Samuel, Heating Steel Wire, 496
  • Fox, 8., Drawing Wire and Tubes, 199
  • Fox well, Daniel, Consuming Smoke, 331;
  • Fulton, 'William, Preparing and Spinning Fibrous Materials. 97
  • Furneval, John, Valves, 15
  • Fuzel, Conrad William, 'William Needham, and John Rarton. Filtering Sugar and Saccharine Juices, 16
  • Galloway, George Bell, Furnace;, 33, 476
  • Gardissal, C. D , Engraving Glass, kc., 58
  • Gardissal, C. D , Itotairy Engine, 116
  • Gardissal, C. D., Artificial Fuel, 217
  • Gardissal, C. D , `ea Weeds for Manure, 236
  • Gardis-al, C. D, Pump, 3Is Gardissal, C. D , Cement, 317
  • Gardissal, C. D., Heating and %V firming, 293
  • Garnett, 'Thomas, Paste for Sizeing Cotton, acc., 396
  • Garrood, Robert Elmy, Stop Cocks and Valves, 296
  • Garton, Charles, and James St. John Gage Parsons, Treating Cane Sugar for Brewing and Distilling, 497
  • Gaskell, Peter, Equilibrium Valve, 155
  • Gaily. Frederick, Albert, Dyeing, 256
  • ,atty, F. A., Fitters, 516
  • Gaily F. A., Dyeing. 256, 336
  • Gaudin, Marc Antoine Augustin, and Eugene Xavier Choumara, Milk, 118
  • Gedge, John, Mineral Manure, 317
  • Gedge J., Lubricating Journals, 494
  • Gedge, J., Motive Power, 115
  • Gedge, J., Paint, 278
  • (;edge, J., Building Nlaterials,135
  • Gedge, J. Gas Meters, 496
  • Genhart. Henry, Fire Arms. Su., 496
  • George. Joseph, Crane, 377
  • Gerber, Jean, Printing and Dyeing 'Fabrics, 176
  • Gibbon, John, ChafF•cuttitif,:, 417
  • Cibson,John, Buffing and 1)r..m ing Apparatus, 495
  • 'Gilbee, Henry, Manufacture of Iron, 27R Gilbee, William Armand, Reefing Topsail%, 96, 476
  • Gilbee, W. A.. Locomotion, 94
  • Gilbee, W. A., Smoke Consuming Furnaces, 417
  • Gerrard, Louis Dominique, Turbines, 494
  • Gilbert. James Montgomery, Etching or Engraving, 497
  • Gilks, Charles Henry, Umbrella Stand, 494
  • Giresse, Joseph Manuel, Mincing Tallow, ace., 238
  • Goddard, John, and George Hulme. Carding Engines, 236
  • Godefroy, Peter Augustin, Extraction of Metals, 198
  • (.0, Alexandre Theodore Nicholas, Buttons, 157
  • Goode, Samuel Jabez, Gas Stores for Ventilation, 36
  • Goodfellow, Benjamin, Boilers, 43$
  • Goodhart, Charles Wuide, Gratings, 35
  • Goodyear, Charles, Penholders, 297
  • Goodyear, C., Combining Guitta-percha with tioadjear, C., S.'curing the Openings of Airtight Bags, 317
  • Gorse, NVilli:-m, Door Fastener, 157
  • Gossage, William, Soap, 37, 278
  • Golsage, W., Obtaining Sulphur and Metals, from Oeei. Ste., 198
  • Gossage, W , Carbonates of Zinc, Iron, and Manganese, 438
  • Gossage, W., Manufacture of Coal Gas, 356 Gottgetreau, Charles Gustavus, Lithographic Printing on Glass, Wood, &c., 177
  • Grant. Alexander, Shirts, -15
  • Gratrix, John, and Alfred Knight, Registering the Speed of Engines, 54
  • Grauto1T, Bernard Augustus, and Charles Henry William Albrecht, Pressure and Vacuum Gauges, 235
  • Gray, Thomas. Drying Apparatus, 398
  • Gray, William, and John Tate, Washing Apparatus, 437
  • (;reaves, Hilton, Looms, 137
  • Greavos, James, Ladies' Side Saddles, 456 Green, Edward, Boiler Tuhe Scrapers, 275 Green, Edwin, Buttons, 57
  • Green, John, Cooking Apparatus, 356
  • Green, 'Thomas, Mowing Machinery, 137 Green, William, George Holloway, and Thomas Grubb, Rugs, 256
  • Green, William, Ornamenting and Waterproofing Fabrics, 196
  • Green, William, jun., and Thomas Storey, Washing Coal, 456
  • Green, William, Substitutes for Leather, 236 Greenwood, Thomas, Trimming the Teeth of NV heels, 297
  • Gregory, John, Fish Joint, 236
  • Gray, Alexander, and John Rawson, Lubricating, 78
  • Grieve, John, Chimney Cans, 4i7
  • Griffin, William, and Elizabeth Duley, Buttons, 138
  • Guerin, Edouard, Working Railway Brakes, 7 5 Guillaume, George, Motive Power, 395 Guillaumin, Andre Gabriel, Ramrod, 258 Gurlt, Adolphus Frederick, Iron and Steel, 117
  • Gurney, Goldsworthy, Warming and Moistening Air, 58
  • Guyet, Pierre Joseph, Retarding Railway Trains, and %Varmint; the Carriages. 236 Gwynne, James Eglioton Anderson, Charcoal Powder, 398
  • Gaget, Andre Adolphe, Bookbinding, 18
  • Galloway, NV illiam, and John Galloway, Machinery for Rasping, Cutting, and Clipping Dye Woods, 17
  • Gardissal, Charles Durand, Extracting Fibrous and other Products from Vegetable Substances, 116
  • Gatty, Frederick Albert, Instrument to be used in Lighting and Holding Matches, 38
  • Gedge, John, Looms, 97
  • Gedge, J., Apparatus for Winding Threads, 97
  • Gedge, J , Manufacture of Billiard Cues or similar Articles, 18
  • Gedge, J., Obtaining a Material used in Dye. ing, 97
  • Gedge, J., Pump Reservoir, and Apparatus for Measuring Liquids, 57
  • Gedge, J., Adjus'ing Ladies' Dresses called Crinolines and Sous-Jupes, 36
  • Gedge J. Gridiron, 18
  • Gedge, Gas from the Furnaces of Steam Engines, 15
  • Geffrey, William, Sawing or Cutting Wood, 397
  • Gerhard, Frederick William, Obtaining Aluminium Metal, 518
  • Giboo, Alexandre Louis, and Andre Frohlich, Economising Fuel in the Treatment of Metals, 38
  • Gidley, Gustavus, and William Christopher, Reducing Imported lndia-rubLer to a Liquid State, 37
  • Gilman, Thomas, Boxes or Packing Cases, 997
  • Gilmour, George, Second Anchor Shackle, 495
  • Gollop, James Arming, Method of Excluding Dust from Doors and Windows, 14
  • Gostwyck, William, Bits for Boring and Sink. ing, 318
  • Grant, John, Heating or Cooking by Gas, 516 Greases, Hugh, Permanent Way of Railways, 654
  • Green, Jacob, Glass Lights for Street Vaults, Ships, Buildings, 517
  • Greenlees, Edward, Textile and Pulpy Materials, 75
  • Groley, Joseph, An Improved Plough, 35 Groves, Hiram, Improvements in Tune Barrels or Cylinders, for Playing upon Organs or other Musical Instruments, 17
  • hacking, Jo3eph, and William Wheeler, Winding and Warping Cotton, &c., 256 Hacking. Joseph, Dressing and Finishing Threads, 457
  • Haddan, John Coope, Pianofortes, 49G Haddan, J. C., Projectiles, 56
  • Hague, Jonathan, Driving Bands, 58
  • Hall. John, jun., Looms, 316
  • Hall, William, Elisha Wylde, and William Waite, Steam Engines, 175
  • Hall, William Kemble, Cutting and Shaping Metals, 497
  • Hallen, Edward, and William Holland Kingston, Railway Signals, 176
  • Hallen, E., Chairs, Sofas, &c , 337
  • Hallen E., Washing Wool, 256
  • Hallen, Samuel, and Edward Hallen, Rolling . Metallic Substances, 234
  • Hamilton, George, Finishing Textile Fabrics 256
  • Hamilton, John, jun., Conical Tubes I IS Hampson, Richard, Lubricating Steam Engines, 417
  • Eandcock, Elias Robinson, Mechanism Connected with Engines, 75 1-lardacre. Samuel, Double Gridded Machine, for Treating Cotton, &c., 157
  • Hardaker, John, Stopping Railway Trains, 176
  • Harding, Gustavus Palmer, Hats, 257
  • Hardon, Edwin, and Joseph Henry, Looms, &c., 136
  • Hardon, E., and J. Henry, Looms, 3IG Harmer, Richard, Stereoscopic Pictures, 498 Harrington, Robert, Umbrellas, &c., 98 Harrison, Charles Wightman, Insulating Electric Conductors, 378
  • Harrison, Joseph, and Christopher Gelderd, Pre paring Yarns, 136
  • Harrison, J , and C. Gelderd, Looms, 136 Hardwick, Phillip Welsey, Railway and other Tickets, 55
  • Hargreaves, William, Combing Wool, Hair, &c., 236
  • Harris, Josiah, Condensing Gases Generated in Furnaces, 137
  • Hart, Joel Tanner, Modelling Statuary, 258 Hartwell, homas Madeley, James William Gladwin, and Ilenry Gladwin, Stretching Woven Fabrics, 157
  • Harvey, George, and Alexander Harvey, jun., Boring and Drilling, 77
  • Hasard, Robert, Intercepting Smoke and Gases for Drying and Warming, 336
  • Haslam, Robert, and James Haslam, Looms, 316
  • Hawkins, Thomas Pinfold, Wire Chain, 238 Hawker, William, Steam Ploughing, &c., 457
  • Hay, John, and James Hay, Pearl Barley, 76 Hayden, Daniel Webster, Fastenings for W in-VOW Shutters, 76
  • Hayes, John Montagu, Cartridges, 218
  • Hayes, J. M., Percussion Cap Holders, 295 Hazeldine, —, Carriages requiring Poles, 355 Healey, Edward Charles, and Edward Ellis Allen, Preparation of Veneers, Paper, and Sheets made of Fibres, 77
  • Hedgeley, Henry, Spirit Lamps, 498
  • Nees, Richard Van, Electric Clocks, 298 Bees, R. Van, Railway Wheels, &c., 278 Heilman, Caesar, Furnaces, 235
  • Heinke, Charles Edwin, Illuminating Objects under Water, and Lighting Mines, 498 Helrigel, Charles Louis Frederick, Lithographic Printing Presses, 259
  • Henderson, Matthew, Shaping and Polishing Stone, 477
  • Hengel, Joseph Henry Van, Raising and Lowering Bodies in Mines, 77
  • Hendy, James Saul, Stoves, 336
  • Henley, Thomas Frederick, Productions of Alcoholic Spirits and Food for Cattle, 397 Henley William Thomas, Electric Telegraphs, 477
  • Henley, Thomas Frederick, Obtaining Spirit from Rice, 56
  • Henson, William, and Henry Palmer, Sewing Machines, 514
  • Henzell, Thomas Smith, Construction of Vessels, 417
  • Heppell, George, Ventilating Mines, &c., 357 Herbelot, Armand Louts Andre, Obtaining Motive Power by Gases, Stc., 236
  • Herring, Francis Mitchell, Applying Magnetic Action to Combs and Brushes, 258 Herts, Abraham, Holding Material during the operation of Sewing, 98
  • Herts, A., Sheet Metal Bending and Tubing Machine, 78
  • Hetherington, John Muir, and James Gee, Flyers for Preparing Cotton, &c., 277 Heyns, Patrick, Axles, Boxes, and Wheels for Carriages, 116
  • Heywood, Bennett Johns, Valves for Inflating Air-tight Bags, 378
  • Hickson, Matthew, Waterproofing Woven Fabrics, 295
  • Nina), James, Obtaining Colouring Substance from Vegetable Dye•stufl's, 498
  • Hill, Christopher, Lubricating Matters, 296 Hill, George, Feeding Steam-boilers, 275 Hill, Henry, Locks for Bags, &c., 437
  • Hinde, Thomas Callender, Manufacture of Iron, 296
  • Hindle, Henry, Valves for Governing Steam, Engines, &c., 115
  • Hipkins, George, Frederick, and John Britten, Applying Springs, &c., for Closing Doors, 97
  • Hinks, James, Metal Boxes, 337
  • Hoare, Dean John, Manufacture of Iron, 477
  • Hochstaeter, Heinrich, Instantaneous Light, 398
  • Hodge, Paul Rapsey, Grinding Wheat, &c., 23S Hodge, P. R. Felted Cloth, 456, 493
  • Hodges, Charles, Unwinding Silk from the Hank, 196
  • Hodges, John Edward, Looped Fabric Machinery, 75, 196
  • Hodgkinson, Alfred, Bleaching and Cleansing Fabrics, 253
  • Hoffman, Frederick William, Breech-Loading Fire-arms, 97
  • Hoffmann, Philippe Pierre, Waterproofing Fabrics, 151c , 198
  • Holeroft, George, and Peter Johnson, Cement, 157
  • Holcroft, Henry, Steam-engine, 431
  • Holden, Howard Ashton, Furniture for Carriages and Harness, 395
  • Holdway, Frederic, Candles, 43S Holland, Henry, Umbrellas and Parasols, 58
  • Holland, John Simon, Manufacture of Iron, 516
  • Holland, James, and John Irving, Treatment of Waste Yarns, 295
  • Holman, John, Ships' Rudders, 316
  • Holmes, Thomas, and Thomas Aspinall, Diminishing the Production of Smoke in Fireplaces, &c., 294
  • Hooper, William, and Joseph Fry, and George Nasmyth. Springs, 514
  • Holroyd, Ward, and William Noble, Cutting Wood and Stone, 9i4
  • Holt, Amos, and Jabez Bentley, Weaving Stuffs, bic., 435
  • Holt, Thomas Stephen, Edward Earnshaw, and James Barlow, Steam-engines and Boilers, 456
  • Hope, David Graham, and William Andrew Fairbairn, Steam.engines, 5:
  • Hopkins, John, Furnaces, 336
  • Hopper, George, Railway Spikes, 135
  • Hopwood, Joseph, Measuring and Folding Fabrics, 217
  • Horrex, Theophilus, Delivery of Coals, 297
  • Horres, T., Fastening Buttons, 378
  • Horrie, Louis, and James Schofield, Extracting Oil and Grease separately from Suds used in Washing Flannel, &c., 238
  • Horsfall, James, Wire Rope, 77
  • Horsfall, William, Cards for Carding, 295
  • Horton, Joshua, and Thomas Horton, Paper, Pasteboard, and Pulp, 23S How, Andrew Peddle, Pumps. 198
  • Howard, Robert Luke, Regulating the Flow of Fluids, 77
  • Howell, Joseph Bennett, Cast Steel Tyres, 94
  • Howell, J. B., Cast Steel, 54
  • Howell, J. B., and Nicholas Harvey, Boilers, 294
  • Howes, Ebenezer, Anchors, 135
  • Huart, Adolphe Emanuel, Children's Toy, -158 Hubbard, William Henry, Articles for Lighting Fires, 77
  • Hudson, James, Setting Printers' Ductors, 278 Hudson, William, and Christopher Catlow, Looms, 137
  • lInghes, Edward Joseph, Concentrating Colouring Matter, 435
  • Humber, William, Permanent way of Rail-way4, 386
  • Humfrey, Charles, Grease for Lubricating, 377 Hunt, Edmund, Looms for Ornamental Weaving, 476
  • Hunt, William, Polishing and Finishing Yarns, 13G Hunter, Collin, Do ing, Heating, and Ventilating, 418
  • Hurry, Henry Columbus, Railway Crossing, 195
  • Husband, Richard, Silk Hats, 27S Hustler, Amos, Looms, 277
  • Hutchison, George, Treatment of Oils and Fats, 27b Huteau, Leon Phileas, Petticoat, 356
  • Hutton, Alexander, Warming Railway Carriages, &c., 435
  • Hutton, Henry, Lubricators, 437
  • Huxtable, Lanford, Pianofortes, 436
  • Hack worth, John Wesley, Apparatus for Raising and Lowering Heavy Bodies, 1G Haley, William, Furnaces and Boilers and Hot Water Apparatus for Heating Purposes, 56 Hall, John Caleb, Glass Chandeliers, Lustres, 77
  • Harfield, William Horatio, Machinery for Cutting and Smoothing the Surfaces of Metallic Nuts, 17
  • Harker, William, Giving Motion to Relating Shuttle-boxes of Power-looms, 55
  • Harlow, Robert, Water-closets and Valves,35 Harris, Josiah, A Pneumatic Signal Apparatus, 517
  • Harrison, Joseph, Machinery for Warping Yarns, 37S Hay, Richard Dugdale, Washing, Cleaning, or Finishing Woven Fabrics, 236
  • Elea, Jean Baptiste, Preserving Animal and Vegetable Substances, 458
  • Headley, James Hartas, Artificial Granite, 515
  • Heal, John Harris, Hair and Wool Mattrasses, 316
  • Heap, William, Demus Sharp, and George Knowles, Furnaces for Containing Fuel, 216 Henderson, William, Brooms, 17
  • Herbert, Thomas, and Edward Whittaker, Warp-lace Fabrics, 97
  • Herland, Augustin Marie, Regulator Penholder, 37
  • Heron, George, Apparatus for Raising, Lowering, and Transporting. 33
  • Hewilson, William Watson, and William Hammond Bartholomew, Furnaces or Fireboxes of Tubular Boilers, 33
  • Heywood, Bennett Johns, Holder for Leads, Slate, and other Materials, 37
  • Heywood, Bennett John, Holder for Leads, and other Materials, 37
  • Heywood, Edwin, and Thomas Ogden Dixon, Drawer and other Knobs or Handles, 36 Hills, Frank Clarke, Purification of Gas, 15 Hindle, Thomas, Manufacture of Textile Fabrics, 456
  • Holdin, James, and William John Doming, Bowking, Bleaching, Washing, and Cleansing Textile Fabrics and Materials, 56
  • Holdin, James, Machinery or Apparatus for Washing Rags, 116
  • Holdin James, Bowking, Bleaching, Dyeing, andWashing Textile Fabrics, 135
  • Holt, Charles Herbert, Steam Boilers, Furnaces, and Apparatus, 33
  • Howard, James, and George Williams Baker, Tilling Land, 35
  • Hubert, Alexandre, Apparatus for Ventilating Vessels, 33
  • Hulse, William, Metallic and other Bedsteads, 36
  • Hun-.frey, Charles, Manufacture of Hair Oils, Ointments, and Plasters for Medical Purposes, 517
  • Hunter, Samuel, Improvement in Anchors, 14
  • Hutton, William Carr, Stamps or Hammers Worked by Power, 37
  • Hynam, John, Manufacture of Instantaneous Lights when of Paper or Cotton, 17
  • Iles, Charles, Stand3 for Suspending Hats, &c,, 317
  • I liffe, Henry Jeremiah, and James Newman, Buttons, 97
  • Imray, John, Bending Timber, 118
  • Ivers, Samuel. Looms, 295
  • llingworth, William, Printing or Colouring and Glazing China, Earthenware, or other Manufactures, 36
  • Irlam, William, and John Phillips, Working Railway Signals or Alarums, 456
  • Jacobs, William, Bedding and Rendering Bricks in Furnaces, 476
  • Jardin, Leon Louis, and Joseph Blamond, Improvements in Engraving, 16
  • Jackson, Luke Duncan, and Henry Myers, Railway Brakes. 316
  • Jacot, William, Fire Arms, 14
  • Jaqtre, Rev. George, Stringed Musical Instruments, 117
  • Jacquetnier, Louis, Hardening and Colouring Alabaster, &c., 277
  • Janet, Armand Rieuparoux, Measure for Coats, 177
  • Jay, Samuel, and George Smith, Skirts, Mantles, &c., 977
  • Jay, S., and G. Smith, Stuffing Couches, Cushions, Ike., 117
  • Jay, S., and G. Smith, Material for Bonnets, Sm., 296
  • Jay, S., and G. Smith, Facing for Ladies' Dresses, 218
  • Jay, S., and G. Smith, Ornamenting Articles of Attire, 197
  • Jennings, Josiah George, Wall Caps and Sleeper Blocks, 356
  • Jerome, Timothy, Buttons, 76
  • Jessop, Joseph, Washing, Wringing, and Mangling, 437
  • Jobard, Jean Baptiste Marcebin, Lamps, 218 Jobson, John, Railway Chairs, 435
  • Johson, Robert, Pouring Metal into Moulds, 37, 198
  • John, Thomas, Electric Telegraph, 378 Johns, Charles Sidney, Preparing Pulp for Paper, 357
  • Johns, George Edward,'Stereoscopic Arrangement in the Manufacture of Boxes, 398 Johnson, John, Railway Carriages, 255 Johnson, J. H., Consuming Smoke in Lamps and Gas Burners, 99
  • Johnson, J. H , Cleaning and Carding Cotton, 137
  • Johnson, J. H., Casting Metals, 218 Johnson, J. H., Printing Electro-Telegraphic Despatches, 418
  • Johnson, J. H., Projectiles, 436
  • Johnson, J. H., Circular Looms, 176
  • Johnson, J. H., Railway Brakes, 115 Johnson, J. H., Steam Engines, 216 Johnson, J. H., Cast Steel, 77
  • Johnson, J. H., Fire Arms, 217
  • Johnson, J. H., Safety Paper, 57
  • Johnson, J. H., Bricks, 257
  • Johnson, J. H., Carbonate of Barytes, 76 Johnson, J. H., Roller Fulling Mills, 256 Johnson, J. H., Treatment of .Sugar Cane, 56
  • Johnson, J. IL, 6cutching Machines, 196 Johnson, .T. H., Stocking Looms, 256 Johnson, J. H., Rails for Railways, 55 Johnson, William, Steam Boilers, 291 Johnson, W., Twisting Fibrous Materials, 277
  • Johnson, W., Fulminating Powder, 33C Jol7nson, M ., Sheet Caoutchouc, 3l6 Johnson, W., Railway Brakes, 355
  • Johnson, John, Photographic Plates, 259 Jones, David, Motive Power, 315
  • Jones, George, and Joseph Reece Jones, Life Boat, 45G Jones, John, and Edward Jones, Metal Castings, 496
  • Jones, John Christian, Wooden Leg and Crutch, 491
  • Jones, John Fell, Rollers for Printing Fabrics, 457
  • Jones, Stopford Thomas, and Josiah Harris, Extracting Gold and Silver, 58
  • Jo35 ngh, Servans de, Warming and Ventilating Jough, Charles de, Combing and Preparing Silk, Ike , 396
  • Jordan, Lewis Jacob, Medicine, 338
  • Jo95yc6e, Thomas Francis, Rails of Railways, joyeaux, Louis Auguste, Motive Power, 195 Jowett, Henry Alfred, Rails and Chairs, 195 Juckes, John, Stoves or Fire-places, 237 Jodkins, Charles Tiot, Gas Regulator, 117 Julien, Francois, Cannon, 317
  • Jump, Atsbury, Supplying Fuel to Furnaces, 115
  • Jump, W. A., Manufacture of Salt, 118 Jenne, Frederick Charles, Floorcloth, 36 John Henry Johnson, Drying Leather and Dressed Skins, 16
  • John Henry Johnson, Apparatus for Cutting Irregular Foi ms, 16
  • John Henry Johnson, Oil Cans, 38
  • Johnson, William, Projectiles, 496
  • John Weems Johnstone and John Henderson M'Crindell, Manufacture of Metals and their Ores, 57
  • Jones' Henry Benson, Metallic Castings, .57 Jongh.Charles de, Separating Combed Fibres of Different Lengths, 75
  • Joy, David, and William Holt, Hydraulic Motive Power Engines, 336
  • John Juckes, Furnaces of Locomotive Boilers, 51
  • Jundzili, Adam Duain, Instrument for Animating Stereoscopic Figures, 18
  • Kay, Rict.ard Dugdale, Pressing, Straining, or Refining Colours, &c., 98
  • Keat8es, William, Reducing Copper Ores, &c., 25
  • Keeling, Herbert, Rivetting Fish Joints, 435 Keiller, Alexander, Confectionery, 38
  • Keith, John, Making Envelopes, 177 Kenton, Robert, Fishing Reels, 14
  • Kenyon, James, and Richard Kenyon, Fabric to be used in Printing, 136
  • Kerdyk, Loiiewyk Polak, Machinery for Extracting Colouring Matters, 514
  • Kerr, John James, Cartridges, 138
  • King, Samuel, Spirit Lampe, 178
  • King, Thomas, Compressing Machine, 338 Kinnlburgh, John Moulding Metals, 456 Kinkham, John, Furnaces, &c., 418 Kis-Oeresd, Col. Stephen Szabo de, Motive Power, 195
  • gisch, Benjamin, Apparatus Containing an Arrangement of Cards, 357
  • Kline, Calvin, Mariners' Compasses, 276
  • Kloan, William, and Daniel Jones, Photography, 516
  • Knowelden, John, Preventing Steam Boiler Explosions, 275
  • Knowelden, J., Valves for Preventing Steam Boiler Explosions, 115
  • Knowles, Sir Francis Charles, Iron and Steel, 397
  • Knowles, John, and William Buxton, Tuy-eres, 158
  • Knowles, John, and William Clarke, Looms, 236
  • Knowles, John, jun., Prevention of Accidents in Winding from Mines, 357
  • Kopke, William, Clasp Board to hold Documents, 397
  • Kopp, Emile, Manufacture of Gas, 157 Koronikolski, Joseph, Baking Ovens, 277 Krupp, Alfred, Permanent Way, 134
  • Ktirten, Philip, Mottled and Yellow Soap, 516
  • Remington, Henry, Gas-heating and Cooking Apparatus, 117
  • Ritchie, George, Boots and Shoes from Materials not hitherto used for that Purpose, 117
  • Kitelee, Thomas,Brelkfast Powder,nr Article of Diet, 29s Knight, Richard, Apparatus for Aerating Liquids, 17
  • Kreeft, Slegerich Christopher, Manufacture of Iron and Steel, 17
  • Lahat, Jean Alexandre, Stoppering Bottles, &c., 338
  • Lacassagne, Joseph, and Rodolphe Thicrs, Electric Lamp, 33i;
  • Lacroix, Jean Charles Lefevre, Shaving the Merino off Wool, 136
  • Laffitte, Pierre,Rotary Piston Eng;ne, 394
  • Lafond, Jules Eticnne, Lighting, 36
  • Lainz, William, Stretching \\ oven Fabrics, 137
  • Lamb, Joseph, Preparing and Roving Cotton, &c., 257
  • Lancaster, Charles William, Inking or Stamping Surfaces, 98
  • Langlois, Claude, Photography, 298
  • Lapito, Charlei Louis, Mortar and Concrete, 237
  • Larnaudes, Jean Francois, Anti-putrefactive, and Disinfectant, 298
  • Larnaudes, Jean Francois Victor, Disinfection and Deodorisation of Animal and Vegetable Substances, 51S Lassie, Jean Baptiste Justin, Aerial Navigation, 276
  • Latham, James, Registering Passengers in Vehicles, Sze., 336
  • Launay, Charles, Theodule, and Jules Chopin, Increasing the Illuminating Power of Gas, 138
  • Lavender, Robert, and Edward Lavender, Raising Water, &c.. 275
  • Law, David, and John Inglis, Moulding Metals; 317
  • f,awes, 1 homas, Agricultural Implements,356
  • Lawson, John, Pile Fabrics. &c., 417
  • Lawrence, Thomas, Machinery for Grinding and Polishing Gun Barrels, 14
  • Laycock, William Edward, Looms, 476
  • Leach, James, William Turner, and John Tempest, Rollers for Condensing Engines, 256
  • Leadbetter, James, Motive Power, 456
  • Leadbetter, Robert Hutton, Preparation of Flax, 157
  • Leaver, John James, Water Pump, 278
  • Lea, James, Sun-blinds, 36
  • Lehaillif, Jean Jacques, Beetling, Cleaning, Napping, and Dressing Cotton and similar Fibrous Substances, 116
  • Le Breton, Jules, a Photo-gas or Apparatus, 36
  • Leek, James, and Alexander Miller, Singeing Textile Fabrics, 34
  • Lee, Richard Egan, Portable Printing Apparatus, 518
  • Leffler, Carl Johan Laurcntz, Casting of Metals, 378
  • Leslie, John, Stoves and Fireplaces, 515 Lecerson, Montagu Richard, Tackle Blocks, 38 Lecocq, Aime, Hydraulic Engines, 514
  • Leak, Elias, a Thimble Pillar to be used in Placing Earthenware in Ovens, when Firing, 118
  • Lees, Asa, and David Schofield, Self-acting Mules, 495
  • Lees, Thomas, Lubricating Steam.engines, 235
  • Lease, Joseph, jun., Printing Calico, 236 Leigh, Evan, Generating Steam for obtaining Motive Power, 115
  • Leigh, Evan, and George Peter Leigh, Spinning Cotton, &c , 257
  • Leigh, John, Manufacture of Paper, 338 Leseure, Nicholas Pierre Joseph, Embroidering Machine, 457
  • Lespinasse, Antoine Jean Baptiste, Motive Power, 294
  • Lesser, David, Lozenges, 198
  • Letestu, Jean Marie, Extracting Liquids, &c., 77
  • Leuchars, William, Locks for Travelling Bags, I li Levick, Frederick, jun., Blast Furnaces, 238 Lewis, George Alfred, Disconnecting and Raising Screw Propellers, 255
  • Lewsy, Charles. John, Sugar-cane Mills, 56, 498 ',mos, Joseph, and John Humphreys, Holding and Releasing Cords, 77
  • Ley s, hence, Preservation of Cheese, 277 Liebmann, Carl Heinrich, Julius Wilhelm Maximilian, Purifying Water, 398, 497 Lille, Joseph, and Arthur Dobson, Dyeing'
  • Animal and Vegetable Substances, &c., 517 Lilley, Samuel, Ships' lron.work, &c., 195 Lille, Alexandre Marie Joseph Eeckman, Bakery and Cookery, 457
  • Lindner, Edward, Breech-loading Fire-arms, 14
  • Lister, Samuel Cunliffe, Spinning Cotton, &c., 457
  • Lister, S. C , and William Tongue, Spinning, 356
  • Lister, S. C., Spinning, 276
  • Littlewood, George, Printing Geometric Patterns. 617
  • Liptrap, Samuel Davy, and James Wright, Regulating the Mode of Supplying and Drawing off Water and other Liquids, 18 Livermore, Isaac, Waterproofing Paper, 516 Livsey, Peter Joel, Rotating the Rollers of Window Blinds, 133
  • Loam, Matthew Hill, Meters for Measuring Water, 77
  • Long, Francois, Life-boats, 236
  • Long, Oliver, Knife-cleaner, 177
  • Longbottom, John, Drying and Calcining Vegetable and other Substances, 493 Longridge, James Atkinson, Obtaining Motive Power, &c., 75
  • I.ongridge, J. A., Ploughing, &c., 56 Longridge, J. A., and Thomas Richardson, Fire-boxes of Locomotive Steam-boilers, 355 Long, Duncan, Motive Power, 33
  • Longbottom, John, Generating, Surcharging, or Superheating Steam, 514
  • Lund, William, Spring-clip, for Holding or Retaining Loose Papers, 517
  • Lord, Edward, Thomas Lord, Abraham Lord, and William Lord, Machinery for Opening, Scutching, and Preparing Cotton, &c., 196
  • Lord, John, Separating or Recovering Animal Wool or Silk from Cotton, &c., 295
  • Lord, John, Substitute for Oil. &c., 457 Lorimier, Anthony, Re-working Vulcanised India-rubber, 397
  • Losh, William Septimus, Preparation of Size, 418
  • Lucas, Jean Louis, and Albert de Briges, Pre- paring Certain Liquid from the Husk of a Certain Fruit, 98
  • Ludewig, Frederick, Leaven, 497
  • Ludford, William Henry, Brooms and Brushes, 77
  • Lukyn, William, Break for Railway Carriages, &c., 435
  • Mabie, Giles, Mowing and Reaping, 137 Macarthur, Alexander, Boiling, Bleaching, Washing, or Cleaning Fibrous Materials, 515
  • Macullum, John, Refining Saltpetre, 418
  • Mace, Anne Marie, Manure for Preventing the Vine and other Diseases, 515
  • Macd.inald, David, Printing Textile Fabrics, 136
  • Macdonald, John, Regulating the Supply of Oil to Lamps, •Stc., 378
  • Macdonald, John, Reflection, Emission, and Radiation of Light and I leat for Lamps, 37 Machard, Jean Etienne, Printing or Dyeing Skeins, 135
  • Mackelcean, George Josiah, Rollers adapted to Calico and other Printing, 116
  • Macliworth, Herbert, Separation of Mineral Substances, 318
  • Magnay, Frederick Arthur, and Ralph Radcliffe Whitehead, Damping Paper for Printing, .17s Magnay, Frederick Arthur, Damping Paper for Printing, 397
  • MaiHard, Nicholas Doran, Mechanical and Magnetic Compass, 175
  • Malezieux, Francois Joseph Lucien, Fuel, &c., 36
  • Manceaux, Francois Jules, and Eugene Napoleon VieHard, Breech-loading Fire-arms, 418 Mangin, Louis Auguste, Door Springs, 396 Manning, James Alexander, Manure, 76 Mannix, James Ball , Applying Locomotive Power to the Working of Inclines, 75 Margueritte, Iamb: Joseph Frederic, Materials for Retorts, 515
  • Margueritte, Louis Joseph Frederick, Purifying Rock ant Sea Salt, 517
  • Marais, Thomas Emmanuel, Railway Signals, 137
  • March, Chapman, Propelling Ships, &c , 175
  • Mareschal, Jules Henri Etienne, Hydraulic Presses, 58, 298
  • Marie, Jean LouiF, Raising and Forcing W ater, &c., 417
  • Marples, Thomas, Corn Mills, 157 11,1arples, T., Corn Mills, 197
  • Marsden, Charles, Fastenings for Shirts, 258
  • Marsden, Edward, Pulverising and Cleaning Land, 35
  • Marriott, NVilliam, and David Sugden, Purifying Coal Gas. 317
  • Marsh, John, and John Catt, Textile Fabrics, 137
  • Marshall, John, jun , Purifying Oils, 493
  • Martien, Joseph Gilbert, Iron, 296
  • Martin, John Cowdery, Glazing Paper, 398
  • lartin. James Kennedy, Hoisting Apparatus for Ships, &c., 470
  • Martin, Joseph, Drying Certain Descriptions of Wheat, or other Grain, 34
  • `Martineau, Robert, and Brooke Smitb, Taps, 78
  • Mason, William, Row'ocks for Boats, 75
  • Massey, Looms, &c., 135
  • Marychurch, 'William, and John Griffiths, Improvements in Horse Rakes, 14
  • Mather, Joshua, and William Forshaw, Pickers for Looms, &c., 196
  • Matthews, Francis Cook, Preparing Manure 396 51Huban, Victar Jean Baptiste, Cans for Holding Oils, ilec , 37
  • Maudslay, Joseph, Steam Engines, 216 Maudslay, Joseph, Steam Boiler Furnaces, 294 Maugham, William, Rendering Wood Fireproof, 14
  • Maugham, W. Rendering Cotton and other Fabrics and Paper Uninflammable, 55 Maxwell, Richard, Taps for Drawing off Liquids, 17
  • Mayer, Louis Frederick, Photography, 16 Maylor, Henry, and James Crabtree, Warping Mills, 316
  • May, N% illiam, Steam Engine Indicators, 434 M' Bride, William Cardwell, Machinery. for Scutching Flax and Vegetable Fibrous substances, 53
  • M•Cloy, Richard, and John Hare, Spinning and Twisting Fibrous Materials, 55
  • McAdam, William, Plastic Substances, 77 M'Connell, James Edward, Locomotive Engines, 54
  • McConnell, Robert, and Alexander Mackenzie, Supplying Steam Boilers with Water, &c., 355
  • McDoccall, John, Sawing Wood, &c., 397 McInnes, John, Surface Mineral Coating, &c., 338
  • McMaster, William, and James M'Master, Retaining and Releasing Cords of Window Blinds, S:c , 118
  • Meakin, John Forster, Fire Escape, 298 Medlock, Henry, Glass, Enamels, an other Vitrified Substances, 18
  • Mehrel, Etienne, Hand Planes, 118
  • hleillet, Alphonse, Artificial Stone, 17 Siege, Hypolite, Bread, 57
  • Mennons, Marc Antoine Francois, Composition for Coating Metallic Surfaces, 197 Metcalf, John, Treatment of Tar Oil, 257 Metcalf, John, Alum, 517
  • Michel, Constantin, and Isidore Antoine Maret, Atmospherical Observations. 478 Middleton, Samuel, Certain Articles of Leather, &c., 437
  • Miller, John, Furnaces for Consuming Smoke, &c., 75
  • Miller William Valentine, Propelling Vessels, 95
  • Mills, William, Cleansing the Soot from Chimneys, 396
  • Mills, William,Pianofortes 56
  • Mills, Charles, Rails of Pianofortes, 57
  • Miller, Robert Frederick, Printing Tables of Fares, Advertisements, Notices, Tablet, 517
  • M inward, Robert, Screw Hey or Gauze, 77 M illy, Louis Adolphe de, Fatty Acids, 4% Milnes, John, and Williatn Thomson, Looms, 257
  • linne, Charles, and Amand Colson, Bread, 58
  • Minky. Andre Jacques Isaac de Moritenay du, Screw Hand Presses, 437
  • Mitchell, Alfred, Apparatus for Exhibiting Advertisements, 177
  • Mitchell, William Smith, and Charles Martin Ernest Gartner, Watches, 259
  • Moberley, William, Grinding and Polishing Curved and Rounded Surfaces, 258 Nlolesworth, Guildford Lindsay, Child's Cot, 56
  • Mollet, Hector, Fulling Woven Woollen Fabrics, 515
  • Monckton, Edward Henry Cradock, Pianofortes, 56
  • Monckton, E. H. C., Destroying Grubs, Sic., 97
  • Monckton, E H. C., Blast Furnaces for Smelting, 238
  • Monckton, E. H. C., and 'William Clark, Tilling Soil, 236
  • Money, Edward, Artificial Manure, 457 Monnier, —, Bridles and Bits for Stopping Horses, 498
  • Nlonod, Frederic Ducimetiere, Chlorine, 296 Ninny, Claude Eugene, Transmitting Motive Power, 377
  • Nlirimonde, Leon Joseph Pomme de, Reducing the Friction of Axles of Carriages on Railways, 377
  • hornier, Joseph Auguste, Tr.-Ansi:milting Motive Power, 157
  • Mizen, James, Making Gas, partly applicable to Culinary Purposes, 496
  • Moore, Samuel Weston, Dividing and Finishing Lace Goods, 55
  • Moore, Henry, Root and Shoe Stud, 515 Monte. John, and William N1 °ore, 'rap or Stop Cock, 238
  • Moore, William Henry, Railway Signals, Moreau, Felix, Tops of Omnibuses, &c., 276
  • Morgan, Richard, Card Case, Sm., 117 Morgan, William, Heating Parts of Cylinden. to a w eiding Heat, 497
  • Morgan, William, Guns and Mortars, 171; Morin rt>, Cornelius, Construction of Tube Bru4cs, 77
  • Morphet, ‘Villinm, Producing the Witney Finish in Cloths, &c..436
  • Morrison, John, and Samuel Amphlet, Fastening for Belts, 237
  • Morrison, John, Penholder, 297
  • Morrison, Robert, Lifting Apparatus, 298 Morrison, Duncan, Manufacture of Articles from Malleable Cast Iron, 38
  • Morris, Thomas, Trap for Beetles and other Insects, 38
  • Morton, George Kelghley, Escapments for Chronometers and other Time-keepers, 356
  • Moses, Alexander, Propelling Vessels, 216 Mosqueron, Blanch Patinire, Lamp Oil, 318 Mouden, Edward llurnand, Manufacture of Fire-arms, 56
  • Mozard, Jules, Miners' Lamps, 257
  • Muir, Matthew Andrew, and Jas. Mcllwham, Looms, 136
  • Muir, Matthew Andrew, and William James Walker, 8Izeing or Dressing Yarns, 295 'Murgatroyd Joshua. spinning Silk, 8ce., .117 Musgrave,John, Cloth Beams for Beetles, 495
  • Mushet, Robert, Smelting Ores, 296
  • Mushet, R., Iron, 96.4712
  • Mushet, It.. Iron and Steel, 297
  • Muspratt, Edmund Knowles, and Balthasar ilhelm Gerland, Treatiov mite Liquors produced in the Manufdetwe of Chlorine, 517
  • Nairne, William, Preparing Flax. &c., 336 Nasm)th, James, and Robert Wilson, Hydraulic Pumps mild Presses, .117
  • Naylor, John, Window Fastenings, 277 Neall, George. this Stove. 296
  • Neild, Arthur, Jacquard Looms, 157
  • Neuenechwander, Johannes, Preparing Milk, 278
  • Nasmyth. James, and James Crown, Apparatus for the Manufacture of Tin Plates, 37 Naylor, William, Riveting Machines, 15 Neilson, Nlacleroy, Treatment, Preparation, or Finishing of Yarns, or Threads, 56 Newington, Samuel. Destroying the Fly and other Insects on Plants, 35
  • Newington, Samuel, Dibbling Apparatus, 436 Newman, Alfred Lodwick, Separating Fibre, ic., 277
  • Newton. Alfred Vincent, Raising Water by Atmospheric Pressure, 275
  • Newton, A. V., Supplying Boilers with Water, 336
  • Newton, A. V., Breech-loading Cannons, 217 Newton, A. V., Combing Fibrous Substances, 256
  • Newton, A. V., Securing the Plaster of Ceilings, 97
  • Newton, A. V., Sewing Machinery, 316 Newton, A. V.. Reefing Sails, 317
  • Newton, A. V., Tufted Pile Fabrics, 356 Newton, A. V., Safety Pocket for ('oats, &c.. 57
  • Newton, A. V., Primers for Fire-arm Cartridges, 157
  • Newton, A. V., Air Engines, 51
  • Newton, A. V., Carding Engines, 295
  • Newton, A. V., Cutting India-rubber Into Threads, &o., 259
  • Newton, A. V., Reaping and Mowing, 35, 116 Newton, A. V., Door Lock, 35
  • Newton, A. V., Life Boat, 116
  • Newton, A. V., Coating Iron with Metallic Alloys, 498
  • Newton, A. V., Projectiles, 36, 2!7
  • Newton, A. V., Cutting Round Files, 259 Newton, A. V., Forging Iron, 17, 498 Newton, A. V.. Gimlets, Augers, &e., 297 Newton, A. V., Regulator for Heating Apparatus, 9;
  • Newton, A. V., Rope Machinery, 77
  • Newton, A, V., Fountain Pen, 78
  • Newton, A. V., Charges for Shot Pouches, 217 Newton, A. V., Bands for Securing Bales of Goods, 16
  • Newton, A. V., Rotary Pump, 16
  • Newton, A. V., Preparing the Double Chlorides of Aluminium and Sodium, and Aluminium and Potassium, 17
  • Newton, A. V., Rotary Pump, 17
  • Newton, A. V., Rotary Engines. 33
  • Newton, A. V., Furnace for Heating Soldering Irons, 38
  • Newton, A. V., Rotary Motion, 115
  • Newton, A. V., Machinery for Boring, Turning, Tapping, and Screwing fittings, Pipes, &c.. 517
  • Newton, A. V., Repenting nre-arms. 70 Newton, A. V., Phosphoric Acid, 290
  • Newton, A. V., Gaseous Liquid for Genera. tins Motive Power. 377
  • Newton, A. V., Breeeli•loadIng Fire.arms, 36
  • Newton, William Edward, Railway Carriago, 476
  • Newton, W. E., Ornamenting Metallic Stir tam., 510
  • Newton, W. E.. Riming and Tapping Gas Fittings. 397
  • Newton. W. E., Econombling the Waste Ilent of Furnaces, atc., 39.4
  • Newton, W. E., Cutting Chenille, 2M; Newton, W. F.., Musical Instrument, 138 Newton, W. E., Pumps. 218
  • Newton, W. E., Cutting 8crewi, 198
  • Newton, W. Steum.englno Governors, 115
  • Newton, W. E., Sweeping Floor*, 137 Newton, W. E., Altitude instruments, 138 Newton. W. K, Steam Valvem. 210
  • Newton, W. E., Obtaining Aluminium, 158 Newton, W. E., Generating Illuminating Gag, 138
  • Newton, W. E., Steam-engines, .135
  • Newton, W. i:., Centrifugal Pumps, 496 Newton, W. E., Forging, &c., 394
  • Newton, W. E , Spinning Fibrous Substaneec, 34, 75, 470
  • Newton, W. E.. Composing Types, 197 Newton, W. E. Envelopes, 13
  • Newton, W. E., Machinery for Cutting. Punching, and Forging Nuts or Washers, 10 Newton. W, E., Pumping and Forcing Water and other Fluids, IG Newton, W. E., Splitting or Cutting Wood for Match Splints and other Purpotes, 17 Newton, W. F., Oil from Seeds and Apparatus to be used!, 34
  • Newton, W. E., Quadrants and other Instru• mi.nts, 37
  • Newton, W. E , Printing Machinery, 37 Newton, W. K, Supplying Steam Boilers with Water, 514
  • Niven. Jumps, Manufacture of Paper and Textile Materials, 1,1
  • Norris, John, Jun., Cutting Tools Employed In Nail.making Machines, 3g Nickels. Christopher, and James Ilobson, We.tving, 136
  • Noonc, Ilenry John, Stopping Carriages or Railways, 134
  • Norman, John, Propelling Vessels, 170
  • Norris, Richard Hill, Photography, 238
  • North, George, Spring Catch, 114
  • Notes', William SeIf.acting Mules, 170
  • Noyor, Pierre, Winding up Watches, 198
  • Nouriston, Alfred, Drying and Burning Bricks, 30
  • Ogden, Ileih, I I I .enry Hibbert, Colliery and Locomotive Engines. 514
  • Oldham, William, Cement, 257 011ey, NVilliam Henry, Photographic Impres lions, 438 011is, Thomas, jun., Cutting Paper, &c , 439 Ormerod, George Henry. Brushing and Clean• i ng Cotton Fabrics, 137
  • Ormerod, John, Bleaching and Washing Textile Fabrics, 295
  • Orr, John, Pile Fabrics, 495
  • Orrell, Richard, John Cleminson, and William Barraclough, Steam Boilers, 54
  • Oriel, Benoit Frederic, Coating Surfaces, 98 Orman, Henry Forfar, Electric Clock, 197 Osman, 11. F., Distending the Skirts of Ladies'
  • Dresses, 396
  • Owen, Edward, Gas and Products of its Manu. facture, 157
  • Olivier, Charles Henry, Preparing and Apply. ing Silk Waste, 31
  • Owen, Lemuel D., Artificial Stone, 14
  • Palmer, George Holworthy, Furnaces for Generating fleet, 17:)
  • Palmer, Henry Easman, Photographic Appa. ratus, 498
  • Parkes Alexander, Improvements in the Use of Collodion in Photography, 17
  • Parkes, A., Waterproofing and Coating Woven and other Fabrics, 34
  • Parkhurst, Stephen Itossln, Paddle Wheels, 54
  • Packmsn, Frank James Wilson, and Charles Frederick Pike, Gloves, 457
  • Page, henry, Ornamenting Glass, 78
  • Palmer, Christopher Richard Norris, Signalling Apparatus, &e., 355
  • Palmer, .1., Separating Seed or Grain, 470 Palmer, William, Jun., Roof Candle Lamps, 377
  • Papinetio, William, Spirits of Wine, 118 Parberv, John, Horse Collars, 435
  • Park, Sidney WelPey, and Edgar Siimpson Ellis, knitting Tubular Ribbed Fabrics, 257
  • Parker, Joseph, Roasting Coffee, &c., 428 Parnell. Henry William, Ships and Boats, 315 Parsons, Percoval Moses, Permanent Way, 55
  • Parsons, William, Washing Woven Fabric., 130
  • Parsons, Wm., Generating Steam, 395
  • Persson, ‘ViIliam Nehemiah, Rotary Sawing Machine. 337
  • Paterson, John, Paper, 318
  • Patterson, John, Churning, Sic., .136
  • Pattern, W illinrn, Supplying ‘‘' ater to Water Closets, 197
  • Pattinson, Hugh Lee, Salts and Oxides of Manganese, :o Paton, Edward, and Charles Frederick Walsh, Fire.arms, 257, 515
  • Paten, William. Railway Wheels, 157
  • Pauling. Richard Clarki., Bunyancy to Ships, &c., 135
  • Peabody, Francis, Motive Power, 494
  • Pearcy, Richard, Giving Additional Cohesive. ness to Fibrous Substances, Sic., 436
  • Peake, Thomas, Chenille, uud other Piled Fabrics, 515
  • Pearce, John Charles, Generating Steam, 13 Pease, Henry, and Thomas Richardson, Manu. facture of Compounds of Alumina, 517 Pollen, Marius, Rendering Impermeable by Ons, Caoutchouc, Guldboat ens' Skin, &c., 298
  • Pemberton, Robert, Barrel Organs, 17
  • Pe'ndlebury, John, Bleaching Textile Fabrics, 137
  • Perkin, William Henry, New Colouring Matter, for Dyeing. Ste , 256
  • Perkin, 'William Henry, Dyeing with a Lilac or Purple Colour Stuffs of Silk or other Materials, 256
  • Perry, James, Treatment of Mineral Tar, 517 Perry, John, Photography, 237
  • Perroaux, Louis Guillaume, Valve, 16
  • Perron, John, Ornamenting Surfaces of Wood, Ivory, Bone, and such like Substances, 17 Petrie, William, New Porous Material, 98 Petrie, %V., Sulphuric Acid, &c., Petschler, II plinutli Carl Friedrich Martin, Obtaining Motive Power, &c , 115
  • Peyton, It ichaml, Metallic Bedsteads, Stc., 258 Pfultz, Augustus, Soap from Resin, 177 i'hilcox, George, Chronometers and other Time Keepers, 278
  • Platt', Giovanni Hattista, Production of Ice, 357
  • Picard, Alexis, Tobacco Pipe, 318
  • I'Icciotto, Moses Ilyam, Preparing Flax, Hemp, and other similar Fibrous 1%faterialr, 55 Picken, James, Feed Apparatus for Machines for Thrashing Grain. &e, 217
  • Picling, IV illiam, Piled Fabrics, &c., 237, 317 Pletroul, Carlo, Printing on Cloth, 135
  • Pigott, Henry, Hats. 57, 76
  • Pilliner, Frederick James, Clasps for Waist-bandtb, &c., 57
  • Pitman, John Talbot, Iron Bridges, &c., '257 Pitman, John Talbot, Repeating Fire-arms, '57
  • Pitman, John Talbot, Using Electric Currents for Telegraphic Porposes, &c , 57
  • Platt, James, and John W hitehead, Brick Machinery, 35
  • Platt, Joseph, Door Knockers, 137
  • Plummer, William Frederick, Grinding Grain, &c., 197
  • Plummer, W. F., Preparing Hard Wheat, 277
  • Pollock, William, Ornamental Fabrics, 3,1 Pontifex, Edmund Alfred, and George Henry Ogston, Tartaric and Citric Acids, 338 Pope, Abraham, Steel, 58
  • Pope, John, Steam Power to Ploughing, &c., 97
  • Pope, J., Cultivating Hop Plant, 217
  • Porecky, Alcsander, Lucifer Boxes, 4:18 Porter, John Francis, Bricks, &c., 378
  • l'orter, William, Grinding Cements, &c., 136 Portus,_John, NV heeled Carriage., 11(;
  • Potts, Ferdinand, Tags for Stays, &e., 11$ Potts, Goorgo Chappell, Cleaning Casks, '09i Potts, Ferdinand, and Thomas Vann, Machinery for Ornamenting, Floating. Burnish. lug, and Polishing Metallic Tubes. 16
  • Potts, William, Sepulchral Monuments, 38 Preller, Charles Augustus, Preparing Skins, &c., 76
  • Preston Walrnwley, Paper Hangings, 317 Preux, Armand Eugene, Warming Vehicles, 55
  • Prevot, Pierre Charle., Railway Brake, 135 Priest, Alfred and William Woolnough, Horse hoes, 170
  • Prince, Paul, Moulds for Casting Railway Chairs and other Articles, 136
  • Prost, Victor, Frederic Antoine, Weaving, '295
  • Pye, Geor c, Preparing Silk, 136
  • Pyc, Bleachin Cotton, 437
  • Quentin, Charles Lewis Ilenry, Artifleial Mill. stoner, 295
  • Quinche, Antoine, Joseph, Registering the Distance Travelled by Vehicles, 495
  • Racster' William, Regulating the Supply of Gas, 197
  • Ragon, Adolphe Ernest, Indicating Speed of Ships, 396
  • Ramie, Charles William, Permanent Way, 316
  • Raminel, Thomas Webster, Railways, and Propelling Carriages thereon, 295 Ramsdcn, John Carter, Looms for Weaving, 495
  • Ransoms, Frederick, Artificial Stone, &c., 295
  • Raneome, F., Artificial Fuel, 298
  • Rassaut, Picric Beauplant, Changing Motion, 91
  • Rmson. John, Lubricators, 517
  • Reed, Jane Elizabeth, Compound for the Cure of Asthma, Consumption, &c., 378 Reeder, Ralph, Chronometer Compass, 273 Reeves, Robert, Sowing Seeds and Manure, &c., 137
  • Reid, Archibald, Treating Iron, &c , 651 Reid, Archibald, and Charles O'Neil, Treating Metallic Ores, &c., 434, .177
  • Reid, Archibald Lockhart, Devices on Textile Fabrics, 236
  • Reid, Robert, Treatment of Lubricating 0115, 77
  • Renault, Victor, Regulating the Steam from Locomotive Cylinders, 336
  • Renshaw, Charles, Squeezing Rollers, &c., 295
  • Rennie,William, jun . Condensing Apparatus of Steam Engines, 355
  • Renshaw, Joseph, Cutting the Pile of Velvets &c., 316
  • Restell, Thomas, Breech Loading Fire Arms, 237
  • Rhodes, Josiah, Reducing Vegetable Substances to a l'ulpous t4tate, 137
  • 'limit, Leon Germain, Preparing Whalebone, &c,, .177
  • Richardson, Robert, and Jonathan Edwin Billups, Permanent Way, 135
  • Richardson, Thomas C Process for Procuring the Sulpho-Saecharate of Simaburine, 198. Rider, Emory, Treatment of Gutta Perclia. 516
  • Riley. George, Refrigerator, 58
  • Riley, George, Treating Maize for Distilling, 257
  • Ridql, John, Spring Knife Handles, 16
  • Riddle, Alexander Ebenezer, and Isaac Iloaro Boyd, Tanning by Machinery and Chemicals, 16
  • Robert, Alexandre, Treating Copper and other Refractory Metallic Ores, 298 Roberts, John, Brick and Tile Machinery, 14 Robet to, John, Stoppering Jars, tic., Yibti Roberts, John, and Jaineb Beech, Railway Chair, 315
  • Roberts, Samuel, Regulating the Supply of Steam to EKginee, Sze., 236
  • Roberts Thomas, John Dale, and .10bn Daniel Pritchard, Obtaining and Purifying Oxalate of Soda, &c., 497
  • Robertson, Alexander, Inkstand, 38 Robertson, William, Spinning and Doubling Cotton, 137
  • Robinson, Henry, Mechanism for the Conveyance of Weights, 135
  • Robinson, John BI) the, Agricultural Operations, 257
  • Robinson, Nathan, John Lister, and Henry Stephenson, Looms, 457
  • Robinson, Joseph, Railway Chairs, or a Means Ins Securing Rails thereto, 51 Robinson Richard, Finishing Yarn., 396 Robson, Samuel Sinclair, Railway Carriage Brake, &c., 115
  • Roger, Robert, Cultivation of Land, 56 Rogers, Ebenezer, and lierbi.rt Cooking Apparatus, 57
  • Roger., Ebenezer, Decomposition and Combustion of Fuel, 395
  • Rohead, John, Hats, 57
  • Itoseow, John, Cutting or Rasping Dry Wood', 357
  • Ross, Robert Craib, Paddle Wheels, 316 Rostaing, Charles Sylvester, Preparing and Combining Metallic Substances for the Production of Colours, 298
  • Rothenheim, Sigmund, Walking-stick Pipe, 476
  • Rothwoll, John, Preparation to Promote the Combustion of Coke, Coal, &c., 298 Roussen, Jean Baptiste Ilonore de, Washing Ores, 297
  • ltoutledge, Thomas, Manufacture of Half Stuff and Paper. 217
  • Rowland, Alexander, Gunpowder Cases, 258 Rowley, Jobn, Substitute for Leather, 98 Roy, Eugene Armand, John Archibald Hall, and William Thomas Binns, Means of Insuring Draught in Chimneys, 237
  • Royde, Robert, Soap, 16
  • Russum, Thomas Dawson, Brake for Steam Engines, 14
  • Ityi, Wharton, Fixing or Fastening Rails in their Chairs,. 31
  • Ruck, William Denny', and Victor Touche, Paper from Fibres, 38
  • Russell, Frederick William, Coupling Railway Carriages, 131
  • Russell, John James, and Joseph Bennett Howell, Cast Steel Tube., 298
  • Russell, Samuel, Teapot Handles, Knobs, &c, 397
  • Russell, Samuel, Scissors and Shears, 497 Ryder, James. and Daniel Bentley, Folding and Measuring Fabrics, 176
  • Saitlier, Honiface, Photography, 259 , Sabatier, Etienne, Permanent Way, 315 Sadler, John, Josiah Green, and Thomas Davis, Hinges, 35
  • Sager, Thomas, and Christopher Turner, Power Looms, 256
  • Salaman, Jules, Combing Flax and Fibrous Materials, 25t SIN, Edwin, Paper-cutting Machine, 496
  • Salt, George, Weaving carpets, 476
  • Salt, Thomas Clutton, Coating Surfaces of east Iron, 418
  • Salter, Roger George, Stamping Letters, &c., 31 /4
  • Samuel, Barnett, Combs, 16
  • Sampson, George, Finishing Fabrics, 137 Sanders, Frederick George, Ornamental Tiles, Bricks, &c., 35
  • Sands, Alexander, Signalling, 96
  • Saul, Dan, and Peter Williams, Spinning and Doubling Cotton, &c., 457
  • Saunders, Joseph M., Cooking Ranges, 490 Saxby, Stephen Martin, Ascertaining. the Errors of Mariners' Compasses, $35
  • Saxbv, John, Working shnultaneously the Points and Signals of Railways, 95
  • Saver, Georgo William, Stopping Railway Carriages, 315
  • Royno, Carlo, Bearings. &e., .49.1
  • Scarluno, 1Sawllo, and Raphael Paul de Villa. mil, Setting out the Forms of Garments. 57 Schaeffer, W illiam Charles Theodore, Die. tilling Fatty and Oily Matters, 517
  • Schafer, Philip, and Frederick Schafer, Desk Handles, &c.. 397
  • Scartliff, John Rubinson, Alarum, 517 Scheller, Theonio, Motive Power, 75
  • Scheller, Friedrich Heinrich Rudolf, Illumi noting Gas, 258 8chetirmann, Gustav, Printing Music, 17, 3t7 Schiele, Christian, Cutting Nuts, Screws, or Bolts, anti Toothed Wheels, 516
  • Schmidt, William, and Edward Schmidt, Balance for Weighing, 117
  • Schneider, Charles, and Frederick Leiss, Safety Boiling Apparatus, 16
  • Schwabe, Rudolph Hermann, Ornamental Fabrics, 56
  • Schwartz, Theodore, Brick, 35
  • Schroder, Curl Heinrich, Rotary Engine, .etc., 276
  • Scott, Thomas, Cooking, 199
  • Scott, Ebenezer Erskine, Stereoscopes, 437 Seed, William, and William Ryder, Slubbing Machinery, 411
  • Seed, William, Lap Machines, 135
  • Sees, John Randolph, Heating Water for Hollers, 235
  • Seithen, Anton Bruno, Cutting Cork, Ste., 357 Sellers, NVilliam Bush, and Abraham Sellers, Pencil-cases, 297
  • Sexton, Joseph, Caustic Ilolders, &c., 398 Seymour, Ebenezer, Furnaces, 115
  • Shanks, Andrew, Drilling and Cutting Metals, 8ce., 58
  • Sharp, George, and William Elder, Steam Hammers, &o., 498, 518
  • Sharp, Thomas Beatt, and Joseph Anthony Collett, Locomotive Engines, 456
  • Sharpley, Caleb Perry, Paddle-wheels, 96 Shaw, John, Food of Cattle, 356
  • Shaw, .John, and Edwin Shaw, Pianofortes, Organs. &c., 337
  • Shaw, Robert, Preparing and Spinning Cotton, &c., 137
  • Sherar, John, Oil and Spirit Lamps, &c., 278 Short, Sewell. Horse-shoes, 134
  • Siemens, Charles William, Fluid Meter., 498 Siemens, C. W., Electric Telegraphs, 237 Siemens, Frederick, Furnaces, 491
  • Sievier, Robert William, Treating Saccharine Juices, 437, 518
  • Wavier, Robert William, Preserving Wood,. 158
  • Silvester, John, Motive Power, 336
  • Stivy, Henry Joseph Mario Edouard, and A inedee Anne Henry Plagnlol, Harness, 315 Simpson, Edmund, Safety Cage (or Mines, &c., 238
  • Simpson, Edward Thornhill, Soap. 393 Simpson, James, and Henry Spencer, Lubricating Engines, 435
  • Simpson, Frederick, Stopping Bottles, 118 Simpson, James Young, and Wyville Thomson, Lubricating Oil, 17
  • Sinclair, James Coul, Treating Agricultural Produce, &c., 396
  • Eliseo, Antoine Dominique, Railway Brakes, 157
  • Skinner, Charles Richard, T.tiihiii4 1,,%ither, &e., 198
  • Slater, George, John \\* ;Ind Septimus %V hitaker, Power I .2r)r)
  • Sloper, Bevan George, Freezing, Refrigerating, &c., 76
  • Smith), James, Printing Designs on Glass, 297
  • Smith, Andrew, and William Smith, Delineating Ornamental Figures, 177
  • Smith, Henry, Harrows, 76
  • H Smith, John, eating Water for Boilers, 3:15 John and Enoch Harrison, %Varying and Beaming, 196 811.1w, David, Looms and Apparatus etn• ployed therewith for NVeaving, 5") Siemens, Charles William, Engines wherein Superheated Steam is eci, :)4
  • %impson, George, Row) K 1111e-cleaning Machines, 16
  • Simpson, Michael HodFe, Combing NVool or Fibrous Substances, 34
  • Sinclair, Archibald, Wrought. Iron Pins for Railway Chair Fastenings, 54
  • Skaire, Thoniati, Spring-folding Camera Shutters, 38
  • Smith, AugusttY, Treating Vegetable Fibres, 15
  • Smith, Benjamin, and William Iialtholf., Economising Fuel in the Locomoti‘e and other Steam Engines, 554
  • Amith, Thomas, Horse Rakes, 76
  • Smith, Thomas, Folding Handles or Stick 3 of Parasols and Umbrellas, 517
  • Smith, William, the Syphon as an Irrliotor, 14
  • fliythers, Jidin Kinnermley, Instruments for Ascertaining the Voila., of the Compass, and the Latitude arid Longitude of a Place, 17
  • Smith, John Burns, Preparing, Spinning, and Twisting Cotton, &c., 236
  • Smith, Peter, and Thomas Irvine, Masts, Yards, and Rigging of Ships, 435
  • Smith, Spencer, Furnaces, 395
  • Smith, Stephen Randoll, Anchors, 514
  • Smith, Thomas, Horse-rakes, 76
  • Smith, Thomas Briggs, Permanent Way, &c., 336
  • smith, W illiam, Destruction of Insects, :18
  • \V., Water Level and Pressure Ind!. cators, Ike., 395
  • Smith, W., Sewing Cloth, 457
  • Smith, W., Compound Whistle, 278
  • Smith, ‘ViMum, and Nathaniel Forteaquc Ta)lor, Measuring Gas 296
  • soniersille, James, Weaving, 110,436
  • Sourbuts, Henry Turner, Taps or Vale 4, &c., 498
  • Spence, William, Manufacture or silk, &c., 435
  • Spencer, George, Couplings of Feed Pipes, 135
  • Spin k, Daniel, liable and Railways, 31
  • Spill, Daniel, Purifying Spirits of Tar, &c. 57
  • SpiIler, Edmund Pim, Chamber Lamps, 231
  • Spillebury, Francis Gibbon, Soda and Alum, 65
  • Spittle, William Frederick, Braiding Machinery, 137
  • Spittle, W. F., Spindle for Plaiting mac:iines, .n7
  • Stanley, John, Cranes, and Transmittin4 Power to them, 437
  • (Rearm Adam, improvements in Pre- sea for Packing, 38
  • Storey, William, and Thomas Storey., Orna-modal D: vices on the Surface of Paper and Woven Fabrics, 515
  • Stott, Frederick Luke, 'Mims Bolward, and James Findlow, Washing Wool or Garments, and Fabrics, 116
  • Sutcliffe, Joseph, and James Leech, Apparatus for Cleaning Cotton, &c. 135
  • Symonds, Francis Constable, Rifling thi. Barrels of Firesarms and Ordnance, 13M Statham, Samuel, and Edward Orange Wildman Whitehouse, Electric Telegraphs, 91 Stenhouse, John, Decolourising Material. Sm., 57
  • Stephen, John, Boilers and Furnaces, 377 Stephens, John, Pipes fur Smoking, 197 Ster.ingue, Etienne, 'fanning, ate., 218 Stevens, George Ilenry, and Robert Fitch, Locking and Unlocking Jars, &c., .130 Stewart, Robert, Cutting Stone Sic., 110 Stocky, Samuel, Reaping Machines, 190
  • mum., Force Pumps, 431
  • Stone., William, Damping Sheets of Paper, 19$
  • Stones, W. Sizing Paper, 437
  • Stopperton, John, Propelling Ves.eis, 195 Stott, Benjamin, Preparing and Spinning Cotton, &c., 41/
  • Stott, George Louis, rorifyiliz (;a', 15 Stratford, Benjamin O'Neale, "Erial Navigation, &c., 255
  • Struthers, Robert, Transmitting 1lotive Power, 416
  • Stuart, Laban Clarke, Drying Sized P.iper„ b 6
  • Stuart, L. C. Reducing Fibres to Pulp, 4t15 Sturstes, Richard Ford, Rollers for Printing Fabrics„ 356
  • Sumner, Richard, Power Loom., 337
  • Sutcliffe, Joseph, and James Leech, Preparing Cotton, Wool, itc . 135
  • Sutherland, John, Railway Brake, .156
  • Sutton, Edwin, Stereoscope, 198
  • Suttou, Daniel, Cast-iron Cooking Kettles,&c., 218
  • Symington, Andrew, Drying Yarns, &c., 457 Symons, Alexander, and Edward Burgess, Tell-tules, &c., 197
  • Talbot, Ebenezer, Rails for Railways, :id Thistlethwaite, William, Photography, 17 Thomas, Evans, Counting Apparatus fur Rotations made by Shafts, 15
  • Thurtell, Waiter, Cases for Adhesive Labele, Stamps, or Papers, 298
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre, Improvements iii Clockwork. 18
  • Toms, Samuel Rogers, Gloves, 13
  • Troy, Henry Burden, Shoes for Horses, Mules, and other Animals 216
  • Tabernor, John Loude, Smelting Ores, 238 Taylor, John, Vessel for containing Chemicals, be c., 30
  • Taylor, John, Building Walls, 237
  • Taylor, John George, Pencil Cases, 498
  • Taylor, John Horace. and Phillip Marcus, irons for Ironing, 617
  • Taylor, John George, Couplings, &c., 278 Taylor, ‘Villiam, Conversion of Cast-Iron into Stool, &c., 2V Team, Samuel, and George William Richmond, Ornamental Designs, &e., C:7 Templeton, Archibald, and John Lawrom, Pilo Fabrics, 277
  • Terry, Alexander Robert, Sawing Wood. 497 Tilton', David, and George Aldcruit Phillips, Soap, 298
  • Thom, 1)., and O. A. Phillips, Soap Frames, 298
  • Thomas, George Cumming, Steel, 238 Thompson, Arthur James, Oum Pot and Brush, &c., 418
  • Thompson, Henry, and Thos. Curtis, Heald. or Huddles, 378
  • Thompson, George, Cutting Wood, 356 Thornett, John, Gas Burners, 515
  • Thwaltes, John Ball Brock, Screw Bolt for Shipbuilding and other Purposes. 495 Tilghman, Richard Albert, Hydro-Extractors, 177
  • Tiliott, George, Bedsteads, SC Tissot, Camille Auguste, Motive Power, 494 Titterton, Charles, Zinc and Zinc White, 17, 437
  • Todd, William and Jacob, Power Looms, 33( Tolhausen, Alexandre. Pocket Umbrella, 177 Tombs, Edward. Screw Propelling, 877 Tooth, Alfred, Bleaching Malt, 378
  • Tooth, Charles, Filling Casks, Sm. 407 Torassa, Constantino John Baptist, Calculating the Speed of Vessels, Stc.. 417
  • Torlassa, C. J. B., Motive Power, 137 Townsend, Matthew, Machinery for the Mankl-facture of Knitted Fabrics, 55.4001
  • Trainer, William, Fire-arms, 176
  • Travis. Edwin, and Joseph Louis Calf:1'14311i, Lubricating Quality of Oils, &c., 77
  • Travis, E., and J. L. Callartelli, Steam Engines, 75
  • Trooby, Thomas Wright Gardener. Forming Sowers or Tunnels. 436
  • Trottler. Henri, Etienne, Portable Batli, 258 Truesdell, Lucius E., Weight-distributing Bridges, 257
  • Tucker, Edward, Preparing and Drying Glue, orc., 407
  • Tucker, Walter Henry, Locks and Latches, 35
  • Turner, Archibald, Eamtic Fabrics, 405
  • Turner, A., and Luke Turner, Elastic Fabrics, 336
  • Turner, Henry, Cutting Hides, Sc., 117 Turner William, George Iluime, and Henry Blackburn, Carding Engines, 6tc.. 136 Tythorleigh, William, Cylinders for Printing Fabrics, 255
  • Underwood, John. and Frederick Valentine Burt, Copying Inks, 297
  • Un win, Philip, and John Unwin, Pen and Poeliet.knives. 57
  • Urinn, Louis, Match Boxes or Holden?, .13i, 439
  • Vanden !lout, John Merman, Preparation of Pulp for Paper, Millboard, and other like purpose%. 37
  • VarnaII, George William, Troughs and Mangers, 337
  • Vasserot, Charles Frederic, Cutting Nuts, Screws, &c., 171
  • Vasserot, C, F.. Filtering Water, 297 Vasserot, C. F., Preserving Salmon, Trout, and other Fish, 517
  • Vaughan, Charles, and William James, Vaughan, and Richard Vaughan, Strap. or Bends, 438
  • Vaughan, James Stuart, Apparatus for Making infusions, 278
  • Ventre. Emile, Carton or Box, 58
  • Verdeil, Francois Auguste, Green Colouring Matter from Artichokes, &c., 38
  • Verdeil, Francois Auguste, Obtaining a particular Green Colouring Matter, 38
  • Vergnes, Maurice, Electro.Galvanic Machines, 98
  • Virtue, George Julius, Deodoi king Sewage, 498
  • Vicars, Thomad, sen., Thomas Vicars, Jun., Thomas Ashmore, and 'Limes Smith, Confectionary, 517
  • Vincensi, Euenia, J.icquard 5Iachines, 137 Vion, Charles, Metallic Moulds, 297
  • Vivian, itichard W intim h, Economising Fuel, 'i35
  • Vivian, Henry II usley, Bernhardt Cusinv Herrmann, and William Morgan, Manufacture of Copper, &c., 58
  • Vuitton, Louis Joseph Victor. Consuming smoke, 455
  • W niter, Henry, Improvements in Beds and Nlattresses, Wadsworth, James, Ventilation of Mines 237
  • Wagner, Henry, Bede anti Mattresses, 36 Walker, George and James, Sorimgeour, Spinning Frames, 217
  • Witiker, Robert, jun., Ascertaining the Draught of Water of Ships, 276
  • Walker, "I booms, Steam Engines, 465 Walker, Peter, Brewing, 49$
  • Walker, Rotted and Alexander Mc Kenzie, Eleetrie Telegraphs, 15
  • Wallace, Thomas, Wheels, Axles, and Axle Boxes, 315
  • Waller, Henry, Vessels for Manufacturing Cheese, Ot 4, 498
  • Valley, John, Preventing Explosions, 416 Walton, Frederick, Brushes, 398
  • Walton, Joseph, Tables, 515
  • Ward, Frederick Oldfleld, and Frederick Wynants, Manures, 515
  • War29d, James Noble, Self-priming Fire-Arms, 6
  • Ward, Peter, Composition for Coating Bottoms of Ships, 336
  • Ward, William, Woven Fabric*, 317
  • Warne, John, Beer Engines, 418
  • Warren, James, John Jones, and Benjamin Crowther, Churn, 116
  • Warriner, George, Preserving and Deodorising Compounds, 197
  • Watson, Alfred, and Alfred Hamlyn Williams, Top for Scent Bottles, 496
  • Watson, George and Cornelius Satterthwaite, Fire Lighters, 496
  • Watson, Henry, and John Dixon, Cocks and Valves, 338
  • Watson, John. and Charles Frederic Halle, Spinning Fibrous Materials. 257
  • Watson, Thomas, Beer Engine. 238
  • Watson, William Caswell, Sewing Machines, 357
  • Watt, William, Starch, 98
  • Watt, W., Preparing Grain for Fermentation, , 157
  • Way, John Thomas, Obtaining Light by Electricity, 397
  • Webb, William, Reclining Chairs, 197 Weber, Lionel. Preventing Doors being Opened by Pliers, 157
  • Webster, George, and James Webster, Working Slide Valves, 416
  • Webster James, Apparatus for Transmitting Hydrostatic and Pneumatic Pressure. &c., 438
  • Webster, John, Distilling Turpentine, tr.c., 118
  • Webster, William, Pumps, 118
  • Webster, William, Improved Coro Box, 197 Webster, W Steam and Fire Regulator, 115 Webster, W., Valve Cock, 197
  • Webster, W., Troughs for Feeding Animals, 278
  • Weild, William, Cut Pile Fabrics, and Looms, 417
  • Weild, W., Doubling and Twisting Yarns, &c., 456
  • Weisskopf, Elias, Artificial Combustible, 118 Wells, Joseph Henry George, Pistons, 96 Wells, J. H., Governors or Regulators, 96 Wessell, Christian Rudolph, and Francis Xavier Kukla, Vapourless Glow-Heat Disseminator, 14
  • Westlev, William King, Heckling and Combing Fibrous Substances, &c., 417 Westwood, John, Railway Lamps, 98 Westwood, William Henry, Thomas Wright, and Edward Wright, Stop or Regulating Valve, 54
  • Wheeler, Joseph, Converting Rotary into Reciprocating Motion, 477
  • White, David, Combustion of Gases, 36 White, George, Improved Poultice, 76 White, George, Treatment of Grain, to Produce Starch and Spirit, 396, 298
  • White, John, Preparing for Spinning Cotton, &c., 417
  • White, Stephen, Distillation of Oils from Petroleum, &c., 278
  • Whitehead, Francis, Producing Devices on Wood, Leather, &c., 338
  • Whitehead, James. Apparatus for l'reparing and Spinning Cotton, &c., 316
  • Whitehead, Walter George, and Frederick Augustus Harwood, Candlestick, 3t. Whitehouse, Edward Orange Wildman, and Joseph Chistophor Laws, Tools for Soldering Metals, 398
  • Whitehouse, John, jun ., Door Knobs, 97 Whitmore, William Richard, Multitubular Boilers, 54
  • Whitaker, Frederic, Supplying Water to Steam Boilers, 434
  • Whittaker, Oldham, and Cyrus Wallwork, Weaving Figured Fabrics, 417
  • Whittaker, Thomas, Washing or Cleansing Fabrics, 236
  • Whittemore, David 11., Paring Fruit, 297 Whittle, William, Nail Machinery, 278 \Vhytlaw, Robert Adam, and Alexander Mitchell, Weaving, 97
  • Whytock, Richard, Printing of Yarns or Threads, 31
  • Wickstead, Thomas, Separating Sewage Matters, 177
  • Wilcox, Edward. Pumps, 318
  • Wilcox, Charles Napoleon, Preparation of Vegetable Matters for Soaps, &c., 378 Wild, Alfred, Boots and Shoes, 57
  • Wiley, William Edward, Pen-holders, 437 Wilkens, William, Revolving Battery or Cannon, 237
  • Wilkinson, William, Castors, 317
  • Wilkinson, William, Ornamenting Glass, 337 Williams' William, Cutting. and Dressing Stone, 97
  • Williamson, Alexander 'William, Resin and Sugar of Scammony, 9
  • Williamson. John, and James Cochrane Stevenson. Evaporating Saline Solutions, 77 Wilson, Edward, Pistons, 96
  • Wilson, George, Power Looms, 356
  • Wilson, George Fergusson, and Alexander luso Austen. Soap, 318
  • Wilson, G. F. Resin Oil, 337
  • Wilson, John, Carriage and Railway Springs, 456
  • Wilson, Joseph, and Charles Wootton, Screw Wrench, 299
  • Wilson, Robert, Valves, 265
  • Wilson, Joseph William, Brooms and Brushes, 298
  • Wilson, Richard, Fire-proof Floors and Ceiling+, 277
  • Wilson, William, Pulling tho Hair from Skins, 67
  • Winterbottom, Robert, jun., Yeast, 297 Wigley, Reuben Boyce, Attaching handles to Coffins, 38
  • Wiley, William Edward, Pens and Pen-Holders, 16
  • Wilkes, John, Thomas Wilkos, and Gilbert Wilkes, Rollers or Cylinders fur Printing Fabrics, 55
  • Wilkinson, George, Steering Apparatus, and Moving Weights, 14
  • Willett, Thomas William, Gunpowder. 14 Williams, Richard Charles, Implement for the Cultivation of Land, 14
  • Wilson, Thomas, Screw-Wrenches, 37
  • Wood, Henry Walker, Manufacture of Fuel, &c., 177
  • Wood, William, Pile Fabrics, 196
  • Wood, W., and Matthew Smith, Cutting the Wires out of Terry Fabrics, 217
  • Wood W.. and M. Smith, Looms, 217 Woodford W., Prevention of Smokey Chimneys, 378
  • Woodward. George Gower, Carpets, 295 Woofe, William, Implement for Paring.Land, 476
  • Wornum, Alfred Nicholson, Pianofortes, 97 Worssain, Samuel, and John Grist, Shaping Wood, 437
  • Worthington, Joseph, Railway Train Signals, 456
  • Worthington, J . Telegraphing on Railway Trains, 494
  • Wright, Alexander, Lighting Mince with Oas, 157
  • Wright, Charles, Lubricating Materials, 197 Wright, Jobn Skirrow, Paper or Papier Mach6 and Metal Buttons. 477
  • Wright, Lemuel Wellman, Gas Meters, 217 Wright, Peter, Anvils, 239
  • Wright, William, Manufacturing Glass Articles by Pressure, 57
  • Wrigley. Francis, Friction Coupling 294 Wrigley, Thomas, Cleaning Cotton Waste for Paper, 196
  • Wyche, Thomas Eyre. Disengaging Metals from the Matrix, 418
  • Wright, John Turner, and Edward Wright, Payton, Manufacture of Ropes, Cords, Lines, Twines, and Mill Bandings, 517
  • Wright, Lemuel Wellman, Bending Plates for the formation of Pipes and Tubes 498
  • Yates, George Henry, Treating Wash Waters 37
  • Yeaden, Samuel, and George Chapman, Reeds for Weaving, and in Machinery to be used, 217
  • Yoarsley, James, Artificial Tympanums, 497 York, Thomas, Safety Valve and Indicator for Steam Boilers, 216
  • Young, William Edward, Construction of Bridges. 97
  • Young, John, Flooring Cramps and Lifting Jacks. 418
  • Young, William, Furnaces, Fireplaces, and Stoves, 294
  • Youtman, William, Valves and Plugs, 96.

Abstract of Specifications - Subject Matter

  • Acids, Fatty. L. A. de \filly, 497
  • Tartaric and Citric, E. A. Pontifex and G. H. Ogston, 338
  • Aerial Navigation, J. B Justin Lassie, 276
  • B. O'Neale Strafford, 255
  • Agricultural Engines, R. W. Chandler and E. Oliver, 56
  • Implements, T. ',awes, 356
  • Operations, J. B. Robinson, 287
  • Air Door, R. Boycott, 298
  • Engines, A. N. Newton, 54
  • Alcohol, F'. F. Clossman, 475
  • Anti-Putrefactive and Disinfectant, J. F. Larnaudes,•.:9.3
  • Alarum, J. it. Scartliff, 517
  • Altitude Instrumetr!:, %V. E. Newton, 138
  • Aluminium, Obtaining, %V. E. No% ton, 153
  • Anchors, E. Howes, 135
  • S. R. Randoll, 699 3. Dickinson, 135
  • Anvils, 1'. Wright, 259
  • Apparatus Containing nn Arrangement of Cards, B. Kisch, :v)7
  • for Exhibiting AdvvrtisCillents, A. Mit. chell, 177
  • Applying Locomotive Power to the Working of Inclines, J. B. Mannix, 75
  • Matznvtic Action to Combs and Brushes, F. M. Herring, 258
  • Oil, &c., to the Axles of Railway Carriages, J. Barrans, 476
  • Arm Chair Bediitead, Easy Iron, H. Brown and J. Bartlett, 57
  • Articles of Leather, Sze., S. Middleton, 437
  • Artificial Combustible, E. Veisskoff, lls Fuel, C. E Gardissal, 238
  • Limbs, J. Ashman, 118
  • Manure. E. Money, 457
  • Stone, G. T. Bousfield, 295
  • Stone, kc., F. Ransome, 2)5
  • A. Meillet, 17
  • Stone, R. A. Broomall, 176
  • P. A. le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 237
  • Ascertaining the Propellinz Force of Gun•
  • powder, T. Austen, 157
  • Atmospherical Observations, C. Michel and I. A. Maret, 478
  • Auger, R. A. Broomall, 158
  • Axles, Stc., for Carriages on Common Roads, R. Emery, 456
  • Axles, Cranked, R. A. Brooman, 435
  • Boxes and Wheels for Carriages, P Heyns, 116
  • Baking Ovens, J. tioronikolski, 277
  • Ball Cocks, G. Eskholme, and II. %V acs, 117
  • Blanks for Bank Notes, &c., H. Cunningham, 259
  • Barytes and Strontian, &c., W. Clark, 458
  • Bath, Portable, H. E. Trottier, 258
  • Shower, C. Carey, 218
  • Bearings, &c , C. Sayno, 294
  • Beds and Mattresses, &c., J. Clark, 117
  • H. Wagner, 36
  • Bedsteads. G. 'fillet, 56
  • &c.. Metallic, M. Bower, R. Peyton, and J. W. Doweing, 218
  • T. Allen, 337
  • Beer Engines, J. Warne, 418
  • T. Watson. 238
  • Bellows, Jobn Avery, 233
  • Bending Timber. J. Imray, 118
  • Billiard Cues, J. P. Fisher, 118
  • Billies and Mules for Spinning Wool, &c.,11. Blackburn, 457
  • Bird Cage, B. Carless, 518
  • Blast Furnaces, F. Levick. jun., 238
  • for Smelting, E. H. C. Monckton, 238
  • Bleaching, R. A. Brooman, 495
  • and Cleansing Fabrics, A. Hodgkinson, 255
  • Fabrics, J. Fleming, jun., 137
  • Malt. A. Tooth, 378
  • Textile Fabrics, J. Begg, 295
  • Textile Fabrics, J. Pendlebury, 137
  • Washing, &c., Textile Fabrics, J. Armour, 176
  • Blocks and Bricks for Building, J. Briggs, 14
  • Boiling Action in Bleaching, Application of Steam for Producing, G. C. T. Cranstoun. G. Young, and J. Lovell, 276
  • Boats for Inland Navigation. W. Bishton, 255
  • Lashings, &c C. Clifford, 96
  • Boilers, J. Brayshay, 115
  • B. Goodfellow, 435
  • J. B. Howell and N. Harvey, 294 Multitubular, W. R. Whitmore, 54 and Furnaces, J. Stephen, 357
  • Bolts, Rivets. , L. Bower, 58
  • Bone Mills, R. Burns, 277
  • Bonnets, &e., J. Avery, 36
  • Boots and Shoes, J. Bernard, 436
  • R. A. Brooman, 436
  • C. F. J. Fonrobert, 457
  • A. Wild, 57
  • Boring and Drilling, G. Ilarvey and A. Harvey, jun., 77
  • Braiding Machinery, W. F. Spittle. 137
  • Brakes, Working Railway, E. Guerin, 75
  • A. D. Sim, 157
  • J. Sutherland, 436
  • A. Depai, 75
  • W. Johnson, 355
  • H. Mege, 57
  • C. Minnie and A. Colson, 58
  • Railway, L. D. Jackson and H. Myers, 316
  • J. H. Johnson, 115
  • P. C. Prevot, 135
  • Actuating, O. Davies, 276
  • for Railway Carriages, &c., %V. Lukyn,435
  • S. S. Robson, 115
  • Bread, Making, J. Dauglisb, 318
  • Brewing, P. Walker, 498
  • Brick, T. Schwartz, 35
  • J. H. Johnson, 257
  • J. F. Porter. 378
  • and Tiles, 1'. Burstall, 237, 278
  • Machinery. J. Platt and J. Whitehead, 35
  • Tile, and Pipe Machinery, J. Eccles, 436
  • Bridge4, Weight Distributing, L. E. Truesdell, 257
  • Bridles and Bits for Stopping Horses, N. M onnier, 498
  • Brooms and Brushes, W. H. Ludford, 77
  • J. Wilson, 298
  • Brushes, 11. H. Fox, 477
  • F. Walton, 398
  • Construction of Tube. C. Moriarty, 77
  • Bricks, Drying &c., B. Nourisson. 36
  • Buffing Apparatus, R. Eaton, 456
  • and Drawing Apparatus, J. Gibson, 404
  • Buildings, R. A. Brooman, 237
  • Materials, G. Gedge, 35
  • Walls, J. Taylor, 257
  • Buoyancy to Ships, Ste., R. C. Pauling, 135
  • Butter. Machinery for Making, W. Clyburn, 515
  • Buttons, A. T. N. Goll, 157
  • E, Green, 57
  • W. Griffin and E. Duley, 138
  • H J. Illiffe and J. Newman, 97
  • T. Jerome, 76
  • Paper or Papier Mach6 and Metal, J. S. Wright, 417
  • Calculating the Speed of Vessels, &c.. C. J. B. 'I'orassa, 417
  • Cauldron and Furnace for Agricultural Purposes, W. S. Clark, 515
  • Candles, E. A. Cowper, 238
  • F. Holdway, 437
  • Cannon, Francois Julien, 317
  • Cannons, Breech•loading, A. V. Newton. 217
  • Cannon, Revolving Battery of, W. Wilkins, 237
  • Caoutchouc, Sheet, W. Johnson, 316
  • Capstans and Windlasses, T. Brown, 395
  • Carbonate of Barytes, J. H. Johnson, 76
  • Carbonates of Zinc, Iron, and Manganese, W. Gossage, 438
  • Carbonic Acid Gas, I'. A. le Comte de Fon. tainemoreau, 497
  • Card Case, Ste., R. Morgan, 117
  • Carding Engines, J. Goddard and G. Ilulme, 236
  • W. Turner, G. Ilulme, and H. Blackburn, 136
  • A. V. Newton, 2:./5
  • Carding and Roving Tow, J. Combe, 135
  • Carding Wool, J. A pperly, 256
  • Cards for Carding, W. Hortsfall, 295
  • Carpets, &c., W. Akroyd and J. Thompson, 256
  • G. G. Woodward, 295
  • Weaving, &,c , J. Firtli and J. Crabtree, 217
  • Carriages requiring Poles. Hazeldine, 356
  • Carriages and Wagons, It. A. Brootnan, 157
  • Carriages, NVbeeled, J. Portus, 116
  • Carton or Box, E. Ventre, 5S Cartridge, Sce., Safety Blasting,G. A.Copeland, 119
  • Cartridges, J. M. Hayes, 217
  • J. J. Kerr, 133
  • Cask Stand, Lever, T. Chandler, 77
  • Casting Metals, J. H. Johnson, 218
  • Casting Iron, 6tc., H. Adcock, 98
  • Casting Metal Tubes, F. Estivant, 278
  • Castors, W. Wilkinson, 317
  • Cast steel, J. B. Howell, 154
  • J. H. Johnson, 77
  • Cast Steel Tubes, J. J. Russell and J. B. Howell, 298
  • Caustic Holder., Ste., J. Sexton, 398
  • Cement, C. D. Gardissal, 317
  • G Ilolcroft and P. Johnson, 157
  • W. Oldham, 257
  • Cementing Surfaces of Glass, &c., L. Cornides, Chair-cutting, J. Gibbon 417
  • Chain Links, Buckles, &C.. G. J. Farmer, 218
  • Chain Wheels for Raising_ and Lowering Weights, S. Baxter, 398
  • Chair, Nursery, E. J. Emmons, 496
  • Chairs, Reclining, %V. Webb, 197
  • Chamber Lamps, E. P Spiller, 237
  • Changing Motion, P. A. Rassaut, 96
  • Charcoal Blacking, Coal Dust, &c., for Founders. A. Archer, 238
  • Charcoal Powder, J. E. A. Gwynne, 398 Charges for Shot Pouches. A. V. Newton, 217 Cheese, Vessels for Manufacturing, H. Waller, 58.498
  • Child's Cot, G. L. Molesworth. 57
  • Children's Toy, A. E. Huart, 458
  • Chimneys, J. Billing. 475
  • Chimney Cans,J. Grieve, 475
  • Chlorine, F. D. Monod, 296
  • Churn, J. Warren, J. Jones, and B. Crowther, 116
  • Churning, &c., J. Patterson, 436
  • Cigars, E. P. Chevalier. 177
  • Chronometer Compass, R. Reeder, 275 Clarification, &c., of Cotton-seed Oil, C. Bri-queler, 398
  • Clasps for Waistbands, Stc.. F. J. Pilliner, 57 Clasp.board to hold Documents, W. Kopke, 397
  • Cleaning and Carding Cotton, J. H. Johnson, 137
  • Cleaning Casks, G. C. Potic, 398
  • Cleaning Cotton Waste for Paper, T. Wrigley, 196
  • Cleansing the Soot from Chimneys, W. Mills, 396
  • Cleansing Textile Substances, &c., L. Dartois, 476
  • Cleansing and Finishing of Textile Fabrics, J. Aikman, 136
  • Closing Doors, Applying Springs, Sm., for, G. F. Hipkins and J. Britten, 97
  • Cloth Beams for Beetles. J. Musgrave, 495 Cloth, Sewing, W. Smith, 475
  • Coal Gas, Manufacture of. W. Gossage, 356 Composition for Coating Bottoms of Ships, P. Ward, 336
  • Coating Iron with Metallic Alloys, A. V. Newton, 498
  • Coating Metal, &c., D. Fisher. 93
  • Composition for Coating Metallic Surfaces, M. A. F. Mennons, 197
  • Coating Metallic Surfaces, R. D. Atkinson, 398 Coating Surfaces, B. F. Oriel, 98
  • Coating Surfaces of Cast Iron, T. C. Salt, 418 Coating, Surface Mineral, Sec., J. McInnes, 338
  • Coats, J. Allen, 317
  • Cocks, Steam, H. Cartwright, 33
  • Cocks and Taps, &c.. J. Derbyshire, 118 Cocks and Valves, H. Watson and J. Dixon, 338
  • Coffee Roasters, E. Bulwell, 517
  • Cohesiveness to Fibrous Substances, Giving Additional, &c., R. Pearcey, 436 Colouring Matter, Green, from Artichokes, &c., F. A. Verdeil, 38
  • Colouring Substance, Obtaining, from Vegetable Dye.stuffs, J. Higgin, 498 Colouring Matter, New, for Dyeing, &c., W. H. Perkin, 256
  • Colours from Metals, &c., Obtaining, L. Ador and E. Abradie, 357
  • Colours for Printing, H. N. D. Bardot 498 Combing Fibrous Substances, A. V. Newton, Combing, Heckling, Fibrous Substances, &c., W. K. Westly, 417
  • Combing Wool, Hair, &c., W. Hargreaves, 236
  • Combining Gutta Percha With Asphalts or Pitch, C. Goodyear, 238
  • Combustion of Coal, Coke, &c.. Preparation to Promote the, J. Rothwell, 298
  • Combustion of Gases, D. White, 36
  • Compass, Mechanical and Magnetic, N. D. Maillard, 175
  • Compasses, Mariners', C. Kline, 276
  • Composing Types, W . E. Newton, 197
  • Composing and Distributing Type, Machines for, I. Delcambre, 397
  • Compound for the Cure of Asthma, Consump. tion, &c., J. E. Reed, 378
  • Compressing Machine, T. King, 338
  • Concentrating Colouring Matter, E. J. Hughes, 435
  • Condensing Apparatus of Steam Engines. W. Rennie, jun.. 355
  • Condensing Gases Generated in Furnaces, J. Harris, 137
  • Condensing Vapours, Fumes, Gases, &c., E. S. Atkinson, 498
  • Condensing Wool, Cotton, &c., J. Apperly and W. Clissolu' 456
  • Conical Tubes, J. Hamilton, jun., 118
  • Consuming Smoke, D. Foiwell, 336
  • L. J. V. Vuitton, 455
  • Consuming Smoke, &c., Furnaces for, J. Mil. ler, 75
  • Consuming and Condensing Smoke, &c., J. W. Clare, 476
  • Consumption of Smoke, T. Flockton, 395
  • H. Dubs and J. Evans, 195
  • Consuming Smoke in Lamps and Gas Burners, J. H. Johnson. 98
  • Confectionary, A Keiller, 58
  • T. Vicars, sen., T. Vicars, jun., T. Ashmore, and J. Smith, 517
  • Confectionary Machinery, E. Eaborn and M. Robinson, 17, 138
  • Connecting and securing the Ends of Rails, W. H. Barlow and W. H. Woodhouse, 75
  • Conversion of Cast-Iron into Steel, &c., W. Taylor, 297
  • Conveyance of Weights, Mechanism for the, H. Robinson. 135
  • Cooking, T. Scott, 198
  • Cooking Apparatus, J. Green, 156
  • E. Rogers and H. Mackworth, 57
  • Cooking Ranges, J. M. Saunders, 496
  • Copper. &c., Manufacture of, H. 11. Vivian, B. G. Hen mann, and W. Morgan, 58
  • Copying Inks, J. Underwood and F. V. Burt, 297
  • Copying Letters, G. Davies, 158
  • Copying Press, H. F. Forbes, 398
  • Corking and Uncorking Bottles, J. Denis, 510
  • Corks and Bungs, L. Blackstone, 77
  • Corn Mills. T. Marples, 157, 197
  • Corn, NV. Brookes, 56
  • Cotton, &c., t leaning and Preparing, J. Ford and P. Knowles, 170
  • Cotton, & c., Double-gridded Machine for Treating, S. llardacre, 157
  • Cotton, Treating and Bleaching, G. Pye, -157
  • Cotton, Wool, &c , Preparing, J. Apperly, 250
  • Cotton, &c., Preparing and Ito% ing, J. Lamb, 257
  • Cotton, & c., Preparing and Spinning, R. Shaw, 137
  • Cotton, &c., Preparing for Spinning, J. White, 417
  • Cotton, Sic.,Machinery for Opening, Scotching, and Preparing, E. Lord, T. Lord, A. Lord, and W. Lord, 196
  • Cotton, &c. Spinning and Doubling, D. Saul and 1". Williams, 457
  • Couplings, &c , J. G. Taylor, 278
  • Couplings of Feed Pipes, (I,. Spencer, 135
  • Coupling, Friction, F. Wrigley, 294
  • Coupling Railway Carriages, F. W. Russell, 134
  • Crampon to Prevent Horses Slipping,J. Anelli, 276
  • Crane, J. George, 377
  • Cranes, D. Cameron, 117
  • Cranes, &c , Weighing, J. Fletcher and W. Fletcher, 235
  • Cranes, and Transmitting Power to them, J. Stanley, 437
  • Cultivation of Land, H. Roger, 56
  • Cutting Chenille, %% . E. Newton, 256
  • Cutting Cork, &c., A. B. Scithen, 357
  • Cutting Hides, &c., 11. Turner, 117
  • Cutting India-rubber into Threads, &c., A. V. Newton, 259
  • Cutting Paper, 8.c., T. 011ii, jun., 438
  • Cutting (Paper) Machine, E. Salt, 497
  • Cutting Nuts, Screus, &c., C. F. Vasserot, 177
  • Cutting Round Files, A. V. Newton, 259
  • Cutting Staves, &c., F. S. Cressey, 378
  • Cutting Stone, James Earl of Caithness, 217
  • Cutting Stone, Stc , R. Stewart, 110
  • R. A. Brooman, •135
  • Cutting and Dressing Stone, W. Williams, 97
  • Cu! ting and Shaping Metals, W. K. Hall, 497
  • Cutting the Pile of velvets, &c., J. Renshaw, 316
  • Cutting Wood, &c., G. Thomson, 35G 11. Dickie, 215
  • Cutting Wood and Stone, W. Holroyd and W. Noble, 98
  • Cutting or Rasping Dry Woods, J. Roscow, 357
  • Cutting ac., J. Foss, 77
  • Cylinders for Printing Fabrics, W. Tyther. leigh, 255
  • Damping and Affixing Adhesive Stamps, &c., J. Chloss°, 338
  • Paper for Printing, F. A. Magnay and IL R. Whitehead, 398
  • Paper for Printing, F. A. Magnay, 478
  • Sheets of Paper, W. Stone, 198 Decolorising Material, ate., J. Steohouse, 57 Delineating Ornamental Figures, A. Smith and W. Smith, 177
  • Delivery of Coals, T. Horrex. 297
  • Deodorising Sewage, G. J. Virtue, 498 Derricks for Raising Sunken Ships, A. D. Bishop, 276
  • Designs, Ornamental, lac., B. Tearne and G. W. Richmond, 439
  • Destroying Grubs, Sic E. II. C. Blonckton, Destruction of Insects, W. Smith, 38 Dibbling Apparatus, S. Newington, 436 Diminishing the Production of Smoke io Fire. places, &c., T. Holmes and T. Aspinall, 294
  • Dining Table Expander, J. Fairclough, 36 Disconnecting and Raising Screw Propellers, G. A. Lewis, 255
  • Disengaging Metals from the Matrix, T. E. Wyche, 418
  • Distending Articles of Dress, C. Amet. 97 Distillation of Oils from Petroleum, &c., S. White, 278
  • Distilling, Treating Maize for, G. Riley. 257 Turpentine, &c., J. Webster, 118 Door-Fastener, W. Gorse, 157
  • Knobs, J. Whitehouse, jun., 97
  • Springs, L. A. Mangin, 396
  • Spring, — Gartland, 157
  • Doubling and Twisting Yarns, &c., W. Weild, 456
  • Draught in Chimneys, Means of Insuring, E. A. Roy, J. A. Hall, and W. T. Blum, 237
  • Drawing Wire and Tubes, S. Fox, 433 Dress Fastenings, N. Brougb, 378
  • Dressing Flour, &c., A. Dunlop, 317
  • Dressing and Cleaning Wheat, J. Blrkin, 396 and Finishing Threads, J. Hacking, 457
  • Dressing AVaste Silk, P. Fairhurn and It Newton, 417
  • Drilling and Boring, T. J. ('hipp and It. Bitmead, 218
  • Drilling aid Cutting Metals, &c., A. Shanks, 5S Driving Bandc, J. Hague, 53
  • Belts, James. Earl of Caithness, 456
  • Straps, G. Bousfield, 115
  • Drying Air, tic., H. Bragg, 176
  • H. Bragg, jun., 495
  • Apparatus, T. Gray, 398
  • Burning, and Cooling Bricks, Tiles, &c., A. E. L. Bellford, 351
  • and Calcining Vegetable and other Substances, J. Longhottom, 498
  • Grain, &c., W. Benson, 396
  • Heating, and Ventilating, C. Hunter, 418
  • Sized Paper, C. L. Stuart. 516
  • and W arming, Intercepting Smoke and Gases for, It. IlasArd, 336
  • Dye for Wools, 11. A. Brooman, 495
  • Dyeing, F. A. Gatty, 256, 336
  • Articles of Pearl, Bone, &c., O. W. Barratt, 337
  • Silks, sc., Machinery for, J. F. Deshayes, 378
  • Animal and Vegetable Substances, Stc., J. Lillie and A. Dobson, 517
  • Dynamometer, J. Elves, 58
  • Eccentrics of Steam Engines, A, Maw, 436
  • Economising Fuel, It. W. Vivian, 235
  • the ‘V este Beat of Furnaces, &c., W. E. Newton, 398
  • Electric Clocks, C. L. I)etouche anti J. J. E. It. Houdin, jun., 117
  • Clocks, R. Van Elves, 278
  • Clock, H. F. Osman, 197
  • Current fur Telegraphic Purposes, &c., Using, J. 1'. Pitman, 57
  • Lamp. J. Laca.ssagne and R. Thiers, 356
  • Telegraph, J. L. Clark, 496
  • Telegraph, R. B. Ellison, 117
  • Telegraphs, W. II. Buraett, 57
  • Telegraphs, W. '1'. Henley, 1;7
  • Telegraph, T. John, 378
  • Telegraphs, C. W. Siemens, 237
  • Telegraphs, S. Statham and E. O. W. hitehouse, 98
  • Telegraphs, J. It. France, 356
  • Electro-Galvanic Machine, M. Veigne,, 9.4
  • Motive Engine, P. A. le Comte de Iontainemoreau, 175
  • Embroidering, It. A. Brooman, 495
  • Machine, N. P. J. Leseure, 457
  • Engines, S. F. Berthiez, 115
  • Colliery and LoLomotive, H. Ogden and 11. 1 libbert, 514
  • 31cchamsin connected with, E. It. Handcock, 75
  • Etching or Engraving, J. M. Gilbert, 497
  • Engraving, &c., Mill and other, J. Barber, 277
  • Envelopes, &c., S. Bremner, 357
  • Making, J. Keith, 177
  • Evaporating, J. L. Crockett, 118
  • Saline Solutions, J. Williamson and J. C. Stevenson, 77
  • Extracting Colour Matters, Machinery for, L B. P. Kerdyke, 514
  • Gold and Silver, S. T. Jones and J. Harris, 58
  • Liquids. &c., J. M. Letestu, 77
  • Extraction of Metals, P. A. Godefroy, 198
  • Extracting Oil, J. lives, 56
  • Oil and Grease separately from Suds used in Washing Flannel, &c., L. Ilorrie and J. Schofield, 23S Fabric Feed Cloths or Aprons, J. Apperly, 49G to he used in Printing, J. Kenyon and R. Kenyon, 136
  • Woven, W. Ward, 317
  • FaLric, E. Bolmeley, 217
  • Elastic, A. Turner, 495
  • Elastic, A. Turner and L. Tunier, 33G Felted, R. A. Brooman, CAS Looped, G. Blair, 37S Ornamental, W. Pollock, 34
  • Pile, A Templeton and J. Lawson, 277
  • Piled, G. Collier, 336
  • Pile, J. Orr, 495
  • Pile, W. Wood, 176
  • Pile, &c., J. Lawson, 417
  • Pile, ate., W. Pidding, 257, 317
  • Pile or Nap, S. Bottomley and J. W. Grossley, 316
  • Textile, J. Marsh and J. Catt, 137
  • Tufted Pile, A. V. Newton, 356
  • Waterproof, J. Clark, 196
  • Bleaching and Washing Textile, J. Ormerod, 295
  • Brushing and Cleaning Cotton, G. H. Ormerod, 137
  • Cuttiiig the Wires out of Terry, W. Wood and Al. Smith, 217
  • Finishing, G. Sampson, 137
  • Filiblung Textile, G. Hamilton, 256
  • Devices on Textile, A. L. Reid, 236
  • Folding and Measuring, J. Ryder and D. Bentley, 176
  • Freeing Textile Fabrics from Oily Impurities, H. Dyer and G. Dyer, 257
  • Fulling Woven W oollen, H. Monett, 699
  • Knitting Tubular Ribbed, S. W. Park and E. S. Ellis, .257
  • Ornamentiniz and Waterproofing, W. Green, 196
  • Stitching, J. Crawley, 437
  • Stretching Woven, &c., G. Collier, J. Cross. ley, and J. W. Crossley, 196
  • Weaving Narrow, J. J. Foot, 137
  • Machinery for the Manufacture of Knit. ted, M. Townsend, 55
  • Looped Machinery, J. E. Hodges, 75, 196
  • Facing for Ladies' Dresses, S. Jay and G. Smith, 218
  • Fastening Buttons, T. Horrex, 378
  • Jewellery, &c., W. H. Forster, 253
  • Belt, J. Morrison and S. Amphlet, 237
  • Fastenings for Shirts, C. Marsden, 257
  • For Window Shutters. D. W. llayden, 7(
  • Feed Apparatus of Machines for Thrash%lig Grain, sc., J. Picken, 217
  • Feeding Troughs for Animals, W. Webster, 278
  • Steam Boilers, G. 11111, 275
  • Felted Cloth, P. R. Hodge, -156, 495
  • Fermenting Agent, It. A. Brooman, 179
  • Fibres for Spinninv, R. A. Brooman, 456
  • Reducing V.) Pulp, L. C. Stuart, 495
  • Separating, S:c., A. L. Newman, 277
  • Filing Machinery, J. Cottrill, 297
  • Filling Casks, Ste., C. Tooth, 497
  • Filters, F. A. (iatty, 516
  • for Making Cod'ee, &c., C. ('arey, 117
  • Filtering Water, C. F. Vusserot, 297
  • Fire Arm,, H. Conant, 217
  • Breech Loading, F. W. 'hamar, '..);
  • J. 11. Johnson, 217, 257
  • W. Jacot, 14
  • H. Genhart, .196
  • E. Paton and C. F. Walsh, 257
  • W. Tranter, 176
  • Breech Loading, F. J. Manceaux and E. N. Viellard, 418
  • A. V. Newton, 3G E. Lindner, 11
  • '1'. Restell, 237
  • Repeating, A. V. Newton, 76
  • Self Priming, J. N. Ward, 296
  • Fire Proof Flours and Ceilings, R. Wilson) 277
  • Fire Boxes of Locomotive Steam Boilers. J. A. Longridge and T. Richardson, 355
  • Escape, J. F. Meakin. 298
  • Lighters, G. Watson and C. Satterthwalte, 497
  • Places, F. Cornwall, 499
  • Flues, D. O. Boyd, 277
  • Fire Flues and Air Passages, T. E. Blackwell, 278
  • Flues, Smoke and Air, D. O. Boyd, 311
  • Fish Joint, J. Gregory, 2j6
  • Fishing Reels., It. Kenton, 199
  • Flax, Fixing Teeth in the Fillets used in the Preparation of, &c., W. 13. Birkby, 1'76
  • Preparation of, K. H. Leadbetter, 410
  • Flour, R. Frost, 277
  • Flyers for Preparing Cotton, ke., J. M . Ileth. erington an(I J. Gee, 271
  • Folios, Clips, &e., J. Bate,238
  • Food of Cattle, 3. Shaw, 356
  • for Anima's, C R. Freeman and W. Key, 356
  • Forks for Forking Land, E. Allan, 398, 578
  • Forging, &c.. W. E. Newton, 180
  • Iron, A. V. Newton, 17, 498
  • Fountain Pen, A. V Nebstuu, 78
  • Freezing, Refrigerating, &c., G. B. Sloper 71, Fretwork for Ornamental Windows, &c., W. H. Cooper, 277
  • Fuel, &c., F. J. L. Malazieux, 36
  • Artificial, R. A. Brooman, 177
  • F. Itansome. 298
  • Decomposition and Combustion of, Rogers, 395
  • Manufacture of, &c., 11. W. Wood, ITT Fulminating Powder, W Johnson, 336
  • Furnaces, Iron, J. Aitken, 477
  • Steam Boiler, Sic, W. H. Aston and S. Hopkinson, 476
  • J. Deeley, 516
  • C. Desnos, 54
  • Regulating the Sopply of Air to, J. Ferni. bough and R. Farrow, 435
  • G. 13. Galloway, 33, 476
  • Smoke Consuming, W. A. Gilbes, 417
  • C. Hellmann, 235
  • J. Iiopkin', 330
  • J. Kirkham, 418
  • Steam Boiler, J. Maudslay, 29.4
  • E. Seymour, 115
  • F. Sierneni, 491
  • S Smith, 395
  • Furniture for Carriages and Harness, H. A. Bolden, 395
  • Galvanic Batteries, G. E. Deering, 36
  • Garments, Setting out the Forms of, Scariano, Balilio, and It. P. de Villamt, 57
  • Gas, &c., J. 1). Damask), 36
  • Gas, Illuminating, F. H. R. Scheller, 258
  • Gas, Manufacture of. E. Kopp. 157
  • Gas Burners, W. Bradford, 317
  • G. Dumch, 36
  • J. Thornet, 516
  • Gas Meters. L. W. Wright, 317
  • J. (:edge, 496
  • Gas, and Products of its Manufacture, E Owen, 15T Gas Regulator, C. T. Judkins, 117
  • Gas Stove, G. Neal), 29G for Ventilation, S. J. Goode, 36
  • Gauges. Pressure and Vacuum, B. A. Grautoff, and C. 11 W. Albrecht, 235
  • Gelatine. Manufacturing, atc., from Intestines, F. Chapman, and C. Bowyer, 438
  • Generating Illuminating Gas, W. E. Newton, 138
  • Generating Steam, J. F. Belleville, 94
  • W. Parsons, 395
  • for Obtaining Motive Power, E. Lee, 115
  • Gimlets, Augers, 8sc.„ A. V. Newton, 297
  • Giving Alarm, C. J. Farrington, and V. Comber, 396'
  • Glass, P. M. J. Chamlant, 177
  • Glass, etc.. Engraving. C. D. GardIssal, 5S Glass Ornaments, A. C. V. do Doggenfelii, 198
  • Glass Gas Shades, G. H. BachhotTner. 378
  • Glass, Ornamenting, W. Wilkinson, 337
  • Glass, Manufacturing Articles by Pressure, W. Wright, 57
  • Glazing Paper, J. C. Martin, 398
  • T. Donlan, 177
  • Gloves, F. 3. W. Packman, and C. F. Pike, 175
  • Governors or Regulators. J. O. H. Wells, 96 Goveniors, Steam-engine, W. E. Newton, 115 Grain, Treatment of, to Produce Starch, and Spirit, G. White, 396
  • Gratings, C. W. Goodhart, 35
  • Grease for Lubricating, C. Humfrays. 377 Grinding Cements, &c., W. Porter, 436 Grinding Clay. Stc., H. R. Bowers, 153 Grinding7 Grain, W. F. Bush, and W. Hewitt, 21
  • W . F. Plummer, 197
  • Grinding Mills, H. Brickley, 498
  • Grinding and Polishing Curved and Rounded Surfaces, W. Moberley, 258
  • Grinding various Substances, W. H. Bailman and T. Colby, 458
  • Wheat, Sm., P. R. Hodge, 236 Grindstones, R. A. Brooman, 119
  • Gum Pot and Brush, tike.., A. J. Thompson, 418
  • Gunpowder Cases. A. Rowland, 258 Gutta-Percha, Treatment of, E. Rider, 516
  • Half Stuff and Paper, Manufacture of, T. Routledge, 217
  • Hammer Rails of Pianofortes, C. Mills, ST Hand Planes, E. Mehrel, 118
  • Handles, Desk, &c., P. Schafer and F. Schafer. 397
  • Knobs, Sm., Teapot. S. Russell, 39T Door Lock. F. Caron, 137
  • Hardening and Colouring Alabaster. &c., L. Jacouemier, 277
  • Harness. T. Evans. Jun , 175
  • H. J. M. E. Silvy, and A. A. H. Plagniol, 315
  • Harrows, H. Smith, 76
  • Chain, J. Cartwright, 116
  • Hats. G. Dawes. 278 O. P. Harding, 237
  • H. Pigott, 57, 76
  • J. Rohead, 57
  • Silk, R. Husband, 278
  • and Caps. J. Brown, 57
  • Hay Ricks, 8cc.. Building, W. Church and H. W. Hamlyn, 176
  • Healds or Heddles, H. Thompson and T Curtis. 378
  • Heating t;as Retorts, &c., O. Anderson, 218
  • Parts of Cylinders to a Welding Heat, W. Morgan, 497
  • Water for Boilers, J. R. See!, 235
  • J. smith, 395
  • and Warming, C. D. Gardissal, 295
  • Hides, Skin', Sm., L. Cornides, 258
  • Hinges, J. Sadler. J. Green. and T. Davis, 35
  • Hoisting Apparatus for Ships, 8r.c., J. K. Martin, 476
  • Machine, &a., H. Baines, 453
  • Holding and Releasing Cords, J. Lewtas and J. Humphreys. 77
  • Material during the Operation of Sewing. A. Herts, 98
  • Hop Bin, J C. Davidson, 257
  • Plant, Cultivating, J. Pope. 217
  • Hose and Cube., Flexible, G. T. Bousfield, 114
  • Hurdles, Iron, Cy . H Cottam and H. R. Cottam, 336
  • horses' Bits, T. Byron', 135
  • Collar, J. Parbery, 435
  • Hoes, Ste., H. Burden, 134
  • Rakes, Ike.. Curwood, 76
  • It. Dendy. 116
  • T. Smith, 70;
  • Shoes, A. Prest and W. Woolnougb, 176
  • Shoes, S. Short, 410
  • Hydraulic Engines, A. Lecocq, 298 1Ieaters, W. S. Clark, 275
  • Presses. J I7. E. Maresehal, 58
  • Pumps and Presses, J. Naswyth and It. V Bawl, 417
  • Hydro Extractors, R. A. Tilghman, 177
  • Ice, Production of, O. R. Platt', 357
  • Illuminating Objects under Water, and Lighting Mines, C. K Ileinke, 498
  • Increasing the Illuminating Power of Gas, C. T. Latmay, and J Chopin, 13P3
  • Increasing Power, J. Evans, 137
  • Dissolring, Vulcanised, A. Ford, 297
  • India-rubber Thread, Vulcanised, O. T. Bous. field, 119
  • Indicators, Water Level and Pressure, Stc., W. Smith Indicating the Number of Revo/utions performed by Rollers, Ste., J. Bond, 498
  • Pressure of Steam, Stc., J. Farquharson, and William ('rimshaw, 336
  • Indicators, Steam Engine, W. May. 434
  • Infusions, Apparatus for Making, J. 8
  • Vauchaii, 278
  • Inking or Stamping Surfaces, C. W. Lancaster, 98
  • Instantaneous Light, 11. Ilochstaetter, 398
  • In.ulatIng Electric Conductors, C. W. Harri. son, 378
  • Insulated NV ires, C. F. J. Fonrobert, 436
  • Iron, G. Dyson, 58
  • K. llashet, 296, 297, 478
  • Iron and Steel, It. Mushet, 297
  • A. Barclay, 478
  • J. G. Martien, 296
  • H. Bessemer, 475, 497
  • Iron, Manufacture of, H. Gillbee, 278 1). J. I !wire, 178
  • J. S. Holland, 516
  • '1'. C. Hinde, 296
  • Iron into Malleable Iron, Converting Crude, Ice., [Ion. W. E. Cochrane, 297
  • Iron and Steel, A. F. Guilt, 117
  • H. Bessemer, 57, Iti8, 21s, 497
  • V. Avril, 318, 337
  • W. Clay, and J. Harris, 397
  • C. Binckft, 196
  • Sir F. C. Knowles, 397
  • Iron into Steel, Converting, C. Rinks, 477
  • lron and Steel, Ilardeiung, G. J. Farmer, 237
  • !runs for Ironing, J. H. Taylor, and P. Marcus, 516
  • Jacquard Machines, J. Brown and J. Adin, 195
  • E. Vincenzi, 137
  • Keels of Vessels, A. Bower, 495
  • Kettles, Cast-iron Cookinv, D. Sutton, 218
  • Kiln., &v., R. Da-enport, 197
  • Kitchen Ranges, S. Butcher, 97
  • Knife Cleaners, 0 Long, 177
  • Knitting Machinery, Co!tinan, 217
  • Knockers, Door, J. Platt, 137
  • Lace or Net, M. Dogniii, 396
  • Lamps, &c., (;. I. Bache, 4i8
  • D. Fehrmen, 197
  • J. Fordred, 39G J. B. M. Jobard, 218
  • Lamp Oil. &c.. R. A. Brooman, 378
  • Lamps, Oil awl Spirit, &c., J. Sherar, 278
  • Railway, J. W estwood, 98
  • for Railway Carriages. C. Defries, 76, 175
  • Roof Candle. W. Piilmer, jun., 37T Signal, A. Clark, 291
  • Lap Machines, W. Seed, 135
  • Lathe. It. A. Brorinan, 318
  • Laying Railway Rails or Chairs for Railways, M. E. Browa, 255
  • Leaven, F. Ludewig, 497
  • Improved. M. Aron, 238
  • Leather, &c., Making and Boring, E. Blanchon, 475
  • Letters, &c., Forming, P. L. le Comtc de Fontainemureasi, 458
  • Library Tables and Desks, J. Drew, 475
  • Life Boats, G. and J. R. Jones, 456
  • F. Long, 23G A. V. Newton, 116
  • Lifting Apparatus, R. Morrison, 298
  • Light by Electricity, Obtaining, J. T. Way, 397
  • Lighting, J. E. Lafonde, 36
  • Fires, Articles fur, W. H. Hubbard, 77
  • and Extinguishing Gas Light, C. Cowper, 117
  • Mines with Gas, A. Wright, 157
  • Railway Carriages, &c , W. J. Curtis, 435
  • Lithographic Printing Presses, C. L. F. 259
  • Lock, Door, A. V. Newton, 35
  • Locking and Unlocking Jars, &c., G. H. Stevens and R. Fitch. 438
  • Locomotion, W. A. (,ilbee, 94
  • Locomotive Engines, T. B. Sharp and J. A. Collett, 456
  • Locks for Bags, &c., II. Hill, 437
  • for Travelling Bags, W. Leuchars, 117
  • and Latches, W. H. Tucker, 35
  • Lookin;.glasses, N Brecheux, 356
  • &c., C. Clark, 197
  • Looms, It. Bamford, 257
  • J. Bullough, 136
  • A. Bullough and W. Bullough, 496
  • D. Chalmers, 255
  • I). Crichton and J. Cathcart, 277
  • R. Edmeston. 316
  • H. Evette, 216
  • H. Greaves, 137
  • J. HaIl, Jun., 316
  • E. and J. H. Hardon, 136, 316 J. Harrison and C. (,eldred, 136
  • R. and J. liaslatn, 316
  • W. Hudson and C. Catlow, 137
  • A. Hustler, 277
  • S. Ivers, 296
  • J. Knowles, W. Clarke, 236
  • W. E. Laycnck, 476
  • W. Massey, 135
  • J. Milne% and W. Thompson, 257
  • M. A. Muir and J. Millwhan, 136
  • N. Robinson, J. Lister, and H. Stephen. son. 457
  • W. Wood and M. Smith, 217
  • Circular, J. II. Johnson, 176
  • Cut Pile Fabrics and, W. Weild, 117
  • Jacquard, A. Neild, 157
  • Knitting, P. A. le Comte de Fontaine. moreau, 378
  • Pickers for, &c , M. Joshua and W. For. slum, 457
  • Power, G. T. Bousfleld, 27G Power, G Wilson, 356
  • Power, T. Sager and C. Turner, 256
  • Power G. Slater, J. Williams, and S. Whitaker, 255
  • Power, R. Sumner, 33G Power, R. Foulds and W. Bracewell, 55
  • Power, W. and J. Todd, 336
  • for Weaving, J. C. Ramsdsn, 495
  • for Ornamental Weaving, E. Ilunt, 476
  • Stockings, J. H. Johniwn, 256
  • Lounge', D. Lesser, 198
  • Lubricating, A. Gray and J. Rawson, 78
  • Composition, J. B. E. V. Alaus, 438
  • Engines, J. Simpson and H. Spencer, 435
  • Journals, J. Gedge, 494
  • Quality of Oils, &c., K Travis and J. L Cannella 77
  • Materials, C. Wright, 197
  • Ma:ters, C. Hill, 296
  • Oil, J. Y. Simpson and W. Thomson, 17
  • Oil Cane, J. A. le Franc, 318
  • Steam Engines, R. Hampson, 417
  • Lubricator, T. Dogdale, jun., 338
  • Lubricators, H. Hutton, 439
  • J. Rawson, 517
  • Lucifer Boxes, A. Porecky, 438
  • Matches and Boxes, A. Albright, 298
  • Manure. J. A. Manning, 76
  • S. Chodzko, 277
  • Concentrated Animal, D. Bruce, 295
  • Mineral, J. Gedge, 317
  • Mariners' Compasses, Ascertaining the Errors of, S. M. Saxby, 135
  • Mashing Apparatuses, A. Barlow. 457
  • Masse , Ships' Lower. J. Brown, 494
  • Yards, and Rigging of Ships, P. Smith and T. Irvine, 435
  • Wrought-iron, Bowsprits, E, Finch, 294
  • Match Boxes or Holders, L. Urion, 439 Boxes and Matches, L. Urion, 437 Material for Bonnets, &e., S. Jay and G Smith, 296
  • Measure for Coats. A. R. Janet, 177
  • Measuring and Folding Fabrics, J. Hopwood, 217
  • Fluids, D. Chadwick and H. Frost, 477 Fluids, Compound Engine fur, T. Duncan, 115
  • Gas, W. Smith and N. F. Taylor, 296 Water, Meters for, M. H. Loam. 77 Metal Bending and Tubing Machine, Sheet, A. Herb, 77
  • Medicine, L. J. Jordan, 338
  • Metal Boxes. J. Hindus, 33T Castings, J. Jones and E. Jones, 497 Metallic Bedsteads, R. Peyton, 258
  • Packing. P. A. le Comte de Fontainemo. reau, 54
  • Moulds, C. Vion. 297
  • Tube,, W. Bayliss, 67
  • Meter, Fluid, J. Elliott, 258
  • Fluid, W. C. Siemens, 498
  • Milk, M. A. A. Gaudin and E. X. Choumara, 118
  • Mills, H. A. Brooman, 277
  • Millstones. Artificial, C. Quentin, 295 Mincing Tallow, &r., J. M. Giresse, 238 Mineral, Winding from Mines, &c., J. Burrows, 378
  • Miners' Lamps, J. Mozard. 267
  • Modelling Statuary, J. T. Hart, 258
  • Mohair Cloth, Finishing, E .Firth, 236
  • Mortar and Concrete, C. L. Lapitn, 237
  • Motion, Converting Rotary intu Reciprocating, J. Whee:er, 477
  • Motive Power, J. B. Clara, 195
  • G. H. Dembinski, 9i;
  • J. (:edge, 115
  • G. Gillaume. 395
  • D. Jones, 315
  • L. A. Joyeaux, 195
  • Col. S. Szabo de Kis.Geresd, 195
  • J. Leadbetter, 456
  • A. J. B Lespinasbe, 294
  • F. Peabody. 4.9.1
  • T. Scheller, 75
  • J. Si'venter, 336
  • C. A. Tiviot, 191
  • C. J. B. Torassa, 137
  • Obtaining, J. A. I.ongridge, 75
  • Obtaining, H. C. F. M. Petschier. 115
  • Obtaining by Gases, A. L. A. Herbeot, 236
  • Gaseous Liquid for Generating, A. V. Newton. 377
  • Regenerating the Repulsive Force of, J. Commandeur, 395
  • Transmitting, R. Struthers, 116
  • Transmitting, J. A. Mormier, 157
  • Transmitting, C. E. Mony, 377
  • Moulding Metals, J. Kinntburgh, 458
  • Metals, I). Law and J. Inglis. 317
  • Architectural, L. A. Desarchy, 378
  • Mowing and Reaping, S. Collett, 436
  • G. Mabie, 137
  • Machinery, T. Green, 137
  • Mucilage for Sizeing and Printing Textile Materials, A. Cellier, 495
  • Mules, Self-acting, A. Lees and D. Schofield, •195
  • Self.acting, W. Noton, 176
  • Musical Instrument, W. E. Newton, 138
  • Instrument Strings, W. J Bisseker, 27S Nail Machinery, W. Whittle, 278
  • Name and Sign Plates, &c, J. Bannehr, 176
  • Needles, A. G. Baylis. 58
  • Nose-bags, R. L. de Bereoger, 38
  • Obtaining Spirit from Rice, &c., T. F. Hen. ley, 56
  • Sulphur and Metals from Ores, &c., W. Gossage, l J8
  • Opera Glasses, C. W. Dixey, 458
  • Ornamenting tilass, ff. Page, 78
  • Metal, &c., Li CornIdes, 5S Mt.tallic Surfaces, W. E. Newton, 516 Articles of Attire, S. Jay and G. Smith, 197
  • Ox late of Soda, Obtaining and Purifyinr, &c., T. Roberts, J. Dale, and J. 1). Pritchard, 497
  • Oxides of Manganese, Production of, G. Elliott, 357
  • Paddle-wheels, C. P. Sharply, 94
  • J. Bourne, 135
  • R. A. Coward, 276
  • R. C. Ross, 316
  • Paint, J. Gedge, 278
  • Paper, J. Paterson, 318
  • G. Bertram and W. M'Niven, 438
  • Pasteboard and Pulp, J. Horton and T. Horton, 234
  • Paper Hangings, W. Preston, 317
  • W. Brindle', 118
  • Papier Mache, W. Brindley, 475
  • Manufacture of, J. Leigh, 338
  • Manufacturing, R. II. Collyer, 39'3
  • from Fibres, W. D. Ruck and V. Touch, 38
  • for Filtration, &c., G. Davies, 478 Paring Fruit, D. H. Whitmore, 397
  • Lind, Implement for. W. Woofe, 476
  • Paste for Sluing Cotton. &c , T. Garnett, 396
  • Photographic Cameras. &c., J. B. Dancer. 259 Impressions, W, li, Oiley, 438 Application of Pictures to Metal Sur. faces, St‘e , J. K. Cheetham, 516
  • Plates, J. Johnston, 259
  • Chemical Preparations applicable to the Processes, D. C. Dallas. 38
  • Plateholder for Purposes, J. Avery, 498 Photography, C. langloie, 298
  • W. Kinn and D. Jones, 516
  • J. Perry, 237
  • R. H. Norris, 238
  • Pocket-knife Handles, E. Brown, 76 Polishing and Finishing Yarns, W. Hunt, 131;
  • New Porous Material, W. Petrie, 98
  • Portable Apparatus for Distilling Beetroot, C. Burrell, 98
  • Portable Railways, &c., W. C Cambridge, 197)
  • Poultice, improved, G. White, 76, 298 Pouring Metal into Moulds, R. Jobson, 198 Pearl Barley, John Hay and James Hay. 76 Pressing and Digging Peat, &c., W. S. Clark, 116
  • Pencil Cases, J. G. Taylor, 498
  • W . B. Sellers and A. Sellers, 297
  • Penholder. J. Morrison, 297
  • C. Goodyear, 297
  • W. E. Wiley, 38, 437
  • F. Barbour, 118
  • Pen and Pocket Knives, P. Unwin and J. Un•
  • win, 57
  • Percussion Bomb.shells, F. C. Bakewell, 1
  • Cap Holders, J. M. Hayes, 296
  • Perforating Steel, J. Denis, 138
  • Permanent Way, C. W. Ramie, 316
  • Way, P. M. Parsons, 55
  • Way, E. Sabatier, 315
  • Way, A. Krupp, 134
  • Way, P. W. Barlow, 315
  • Way, Hon. W. E. Cochrane, 456
  • Way, R. Richardson and J. E. Billups, 135
  • Way, W . Humber, 131
  • Way, T. Allan, 395
  • Way, J. Armstrong, 417
  • Way. W. B. Adams 135
  • Way, &c., T. B. Smith, 336
  • Petticoat, L. P. Huteau, 356
  • R. A. Brooman, 138
  • and Bustles, R. A. Brooms), 356
  • Projectiles, J. II. Johnson. 436
  • Propelling and Steering Vessels, 6. 'I'. Bous field, 116
  • Puddling Iron, W. Beatson, 297
  • Pulling the Hair from Skins, W. Wilson, 57
  • Pulp, E. E. Amyot, 197
  • Pump, C. D. Gardissal, 197
  • L. A. Faure, 418
  • Pumping Engines, R. A. Brooman, 517
  • Pumps, E. Wilcox, 318
  • W. Webster. 118
  • G. T. Bouslield, 117
  • R. A. Brooman, 516
  • A. P. How. 198
  • W. E. Newton, 218
  • Centrifugal, W. E Newton, 497
  • Force, J. Stone, 439
  • Punching Press, G. Flint, T. Wuod, and E. Wood. 3113
  • Purifying Acetic Acid, Sr.c., H. B. Condy. 78
  • Brandies, P. A. to Comte de Fontaine. moreau, 397
  • Coal, A. M. M. de Bergevin, 497
  • Gas, G. L. Stott, 15
  • Gas, J. B. Feau% eau and L. A. Legrand, 218
  • Liquids, N. Cadiat, 176
  • Oils, &c., J. Marshall. jun., 498
  • Spirits of Tar, &c., D. Spill, 57
  • Water, &c.„ R. A Brooman. 276
  • Water, C. II. J. W. M. Liebman. 497
  • and Softening Water, H. L. Buff and F. Val-salami, 58
  • Plastering, OrnAmental, B. Ferroy, 396
  • Substitute for, &e., J . Ad•head, 56
  • Plastic Substances, W. M'Adaro, 77
  • Ploughs, W. Blackwell, 396
  • Ploughing, &c., J. A. Longridge, L6
  • Steam, &c., W. Hawkes, •175
  • by Steam, J. Fowler, jun., and W. Worby, 497
  • Steam Power to, &c., J. Pope, 96
  • and Tilling Land, J. Fowler, jun., 236
  • Pianofortes, W. Mills, 56
  • L. lluxtable, 436
  • J. C. Haddan, 496
  • Organs, &c., J. Shaw and E. Shaw, 337
  • A. N. Wornum, 97
  • E. H. C. Moncton, 56
  • Action, J. La Cabra. 418
  • Pipes, Cast-iron, 'I'. B. Daft, 177
  • for Smoking, J. Stevens, 197
  • Pistons, J. H. O. Wells, 496
  • E. Wilson, 96
  • Preparation of Cotton, &c., W. H. Ashburn and J. Fairhurst, 336
  • of Veneers, Piper, and S1-eets made of Fibres, E. C. Healy and E. E. Allen, 77
  • Cotton Wool, Lim, J. Sutcliffe and J. Leech, 135
  • Apparatus for, and Spinning Cotton, J. Whitehead, 316
  • Fibrous Substances for Spinning, J. Apperly and W. Clissold, 456
  • Flax. otc W. Nairn°, 336
  • and Drying Glue, &c., E. Tucker, .197
  • Grain for Fermentation, &c., W. Watt, 157
  • Certain Liquid from the Husk of a Cer—
  • tain Fruit, J. J. Lucas and A. de Brigea, 98
  • Manure, F. C. Matthews, 396
  • Milk, J. Neuenschwauder, 278
  • Printing Surfaces. J. 1$. D. Chevalier anti N. Rabouin O'Sullivan, 98
  • Pulp for Paper. C. S. Johns, 357
  • Silk, G. Pye„ 136
  • Skins, &c., C. A. Preller. 76
  • Spinning. and Twisting Cotton, &c , J. B. Smith, 236
  • and Spinning Cotton. &c., B. Stott, -117
  • Textile Fabrics, D. Crawford, 514
  • Timber. C. A. Ferguson, 417
  • hard Wheat. &c., F. Plummer, 277 Yarns, J. Harrison and C. Gcldcrd, 136
  • Pressing, Straining, or Relining Colours, Sic., R. D. Kay, 98
  • Preservation of Cheese, 1. Leys, 277
  • and Deodorising Compounds. 197
  • Provisions, R. A. Brooman, 438
  • Wood, R. W. Sievier. 158
  • Preventing Doors being Opened by Pliers, L. Weber, 157
  • Explosions, J. Walley, 416
  • Boiler Explosions, S. J. A. Burg, 115
  • Steam Boiler Explosions, J. Knowelden, 78
  • Valves for, Steam Boiler Explosions, J, Knowelden, 275
  • of Accidents, 0 A. Batas. 58
  • of Accidents in Winding from Mines, J. Knowles, jun., 357
  • of Smokey Chimneys, W. Woodford, 378
  • Primers for Fire.Arm Cartridges, A. V. Newton, 157
  • Printing Calico, J. Lease. jun., 236
  • on Cloth, C. Pietroni, 135
  • Designs on Glass, J. Swale, 297
  • and Dyeing Fabrics, J. Gcrger, 176
  • or Dyeing Skeins, J. E. Maehard, 135
  • Electric Telegraphs, J. W. Brett, 138
  • Electro-Telegraph Despatches, J. H. Johnson, 418
  • Lithographic, on Glass, Wood, Scc., C. G. Gottgretreu, 177
  • Letter.press Machines, J. Boyd. 298
  • Music. G. Scheurmann, 17, 357
  • Cylinder Presses, R. Dryden and S. Mills, 516
  • Several Colours at one Time E T. Dolbv, 475
  • in Various Colours Simultaneously, J. C. Boulay, 458
  • Textile Fabrics, D. Macdonald. 136
  • Producing the Iritney Finish in Cloths, 5:c., W. Morphet, 436
  • Devices on Wood, Leather, Sic., F. Whitehead, 338
  • and Transferring Designs, G. Ernst and W. Lorbere, 398
  • of Alcoholic Spirits and Food for Cattle, T. F. Henley, 391
  • Projectiles. A. V. Newton, 36, 217
  • J. C. Haddan, 356
  • Propellers, W. L. Anderson, 135
  • J. C. Bremer, 395
  • Screw, E. Tombs, 377
  • Ships, C. March, ITS Vessels. J. Buchanan, .:76
  • J. Stopperton, 195 8. Dyer, 456
  • W. V. Miller, 96
  • A. Moses, 216
  • J. Norman, 476
  • E. Campbell. 435
  • Protecting and Laying Telegraph Wires, P. A. Balestrini, 237
  • Raising Water, Ste., R. and E Lavender, 275
  • ‘Vater by Atmospheric Pressure, A. V. Newton, 275
  • and Forcing Water, &c., J. L. Marie, 417
  • and Lowering Bodies in Mines, J. H. V. Hengel. 77
  • Vessels, A. D. Bishop, 395
  • Rails of Railways, T. F. Joyce, 456
  • for Railway., J. H. Johnson, 55
  • and Axles. 11. Bessemer, 435
  • and Chairs, H. A. Jowctt. 195
  • Ramrods, A. G. Guillamin, '258
  • Railway Chair, J. Roberts and J. Beech, 315
  • Chairs, J. Jobson, 435
  • Carriages, %V. E. Newton, 476
  • Carriagef, John Johnson. 255
  • Crossings, 11. C. Hurry, 195
  • Spikes, G. Hopper, 135
  • Wheels, W. Paton, 157
  • Wheels. Sec , R. V. Hees, 295
  • Wheels. Axles, &c., W. Adams, 134
  • Railway, and Propelling Carriages thereon, T. W. flume!, 295
  • Rags, Tearing, 1. Colbeck, .56
  • Reaping Machines, S. Stocks, 196
  • and Mowing, A. V. Newton, 34, 116
  • Reaping, an Improved Cutting Apparatus for, and Mowing Machines, T. Earp, 515
  • Receptacle for Urine, J. Ewing, 57
  • Reducing Copper Ores, Ste , W. Keats, 258
  • Vegetable Substances to a Pulpous State, J. Rhodes, 137
  • ReeBn! Sails, A. V. Newton, 377
  • Sail., H. D Cunningham, 276
  • Sails, R. B. Benson, 456
  • Topsail% NV. A. Gilbee. 476
  • Refining Saltpetre, J. Macullum, 418
  • Sugar, A. W. Anderson, 158
  • Refrigerator, G. Riley, 59
  • Registering Passengers in Vehicles, M. T. Crofton, 336
  • Passengers in Vehicles, Sec , J. Latham, 356
  • the Speed of Engines, J. Gratis and A. Knight, 54
  • Regulating and Measuring Gas, W. Clibran, and J. Clibran, 97
  • Tilt Hammers, 8. Cotton, 437
  • the Flow of Fluids. R. L. Howard, 77
  • the Pressure of Gaseous Fluids, J. Farrar, and H. Srencer, 157
  • the Steam from Locomotive Cylinders, V. Renault, 336
  • the Supply of GRP, W. Itacster, 197
  • the Supply of Water to Water Wheels, W. Clissold, 435
  • the Supply of Steam to Engines, Ste., S. Robert*, 236
  • the Supply of Oil to Lamps, J. Macdonald, 3 8
  • the Tone of Kettle Drums, II J. Dietin, 316
  • Regulator for Heating Apparatus, A. V. Newton 97
  • Rendering Fabrics Sanitary, It. A. 13rooman, 476
  • Impermeable by Gas. Caoutchouc, Goldbeaters' Skin, &c., M. Pellea, 298
  • Retaining and Releasing Cords of Window Blinds, Sic , W. McMaster, and J. Mc Master, 118
  • Retarding Railway Trains and Warming the Carriages, P. J. Guyet, 236
  • Railway Trains, &c., R. A Brooman, 195
  • Retorts, Materials tor, L. J. F. Margueritte, 515
  • Riming and Tapping Gas Fittings, W. E. Newton, 397
  • Rivetting Fish Joints, H. Keeling. 435
  • Roasting Coffee, &c., J. Parker, 438
  • Roller Fulling Mills, J. H. Johnson, 256
  • Roiling Metallic Substances, S. and E. Hellen, 238
  • Rails, W. Boynton. 75
  • Rollers for Condensing Enginfs, J. Leach, W. Turner, and J. Tempest, 256
  • for Printing Fabrics, J. F. Jones, 475
  • for Printing Fabrics, It. F. Sturges, 356
  • Roofs of Buildings, P. A. le Compte de Fontalnemoreau, 317
  • Hoofing Tile, J. R. Day, and T. Rutter, 457
  • Rotary Engine, C. D. 6ardissal, 216
  • Engine, &c., C. H. Schroder, 775
  • Engines, A. E. Aublet, St Engines, P. C. J. L. de Combettes, 75
  • Piston Engine, P. Lattitte, 294
  • Rotating the Rollers of Window Blinds, P. J. Livsey, 138
  • Rope Machinery, A. V. Newton, 77
  • Rosin Oil, G. F. Wilson' 337
  • Rowlocks for Boats, W. Mason, 75
  • Rudders, Ships', J. Holman, 316
  • Ships', E. G. Bradford, 134
  • Rugs, W. Green, O. Holloway, and T. Grubb, 256
  • Ruling Paper, Sm., T. Craig, 278
  • Saddles, Ladies' Si"e, J. Greaves, 456
  • Safety Cage for Mines, Ste , E. Simpson, 288
  • Paper, J. If. Johnson, 57
  • Pocket for Coats, &c., A. V Newton, 57
  • Manufacture of, W. A. Jump, 118
  • Salts and Oxides of Manganese, I f. L. PattInson, :i98
  • Sash-bars, CulumnQ, &c., Metal, J. Bunnett, 35
  • and Mouldings, J. Bunnett and J. G. 'Airmen. 317
  • Sauce-boat, J. Bing, Saws, sc., Band, It. F. Eadon, 98
  • Sawing Machinery, J. Brabv, 177
  • Machine, Rotary, W. N. Parsson, 337
  • Wood, A. It. Terry, 497
  • Wood, Scc , J. McDowall, 398
  • Scammony, Rosin and Sugar of. A. W. WU. liamson, Os Scissors and Shears, S. Russell, -197
  • Scrapers, Boiler Tube, E. Green, 275
  • Screw-bolt for Ship-buildin4 and other Purposes, J. H. It Thwaites, 495
  • Key or Gauge, It Millward, 77
  • Wrench, J. Wilson and C. Wootton, 297
  • Cutting, W. E. Newton, 198
  • Scutching Hemp, Flax, &c., P. H. Desvignes, 176
  • Machines, J. H. Johnson, 196
  • Sea Weeds for Manure, C. a Gardlssal, 217
  • Securing the Ends of Rails, R. Butterworth, 456
  • the Openings of Air-tight Bags, C Goodyear, 317
  • the Plaster of Ceiling', A. V. Newton, 94
  • Self Swimmer, J. J. Danduran, 157
  • Separation of Mineral Substances, H. Mackworth, 318
  • Setting Printers' Doctors, J Hudson, .178
  • Separating Particles of various Bodies, D. Bethune, 76
  • Seed or Grain, J. Palmer, 470
  • Sewage Matters, 1'. Wicketeed. 177
  • Sewers or funnels, Forming, T. W . G. Treeby, 436
  • Sewing Lace, &c., I. Atkin and M. Miller, 136
  • Machinery, A. V. Newton, 316
  • Machine•, W. Henson and H. Palmer, r.14
  • Machines, W. C. Watson, 357
  • Shaping Wool, S. Worosam and J. Grist, 439
  • and Polishing Stone, M. Henderson, 476
  • Lathes for Screwing Metals, W. Edwards, 98
  • Share Drill, J. C. Davidson. 257
  • Shaving the Merino of Wool, J. C. L. Lacroix, 136
  • Skins, &e., C. M. Chouillon, 198
  • Ship, T. Bilbe, 195
  • A. Chaplin, 276
  • and Boats? H. W. Parnell, 315
  • Ascertaining the Draught of Water of, R. Walker, jun., 276
  • Indicating Speed of, A. E. Ragon, 395
  • Iron Work, &c., S. Lilley, 195
  • Knees, P. Cato, J. Miller, jun., and J. Audley. 4?.5
  • Iron for Knees. J. Betteley, 336
  • Log, J. Edwards, 316
  • Shirts, A. Grant, 515
  • M. Browns, 418
  • Shoes and Boots, C. J. Dummery, 3G Shuttles, R. A. Brooman, 766
  • Signal Apparatus, Stc., J. Fenton, 396
  • Lantern•, J. W. D. Brown and C. G. Bronn. 195
  • T. A. Dillon and J. Gray, 315
  • Railway, H. C. Ash, 456
  • Railway, E. Hailen and W. H. Kingston, 176
  • Railway, W. H. Moore, 435
  • Railway, T. E. Marais, 134
  • Working simultaneously the Points and, of Railways, J. Saxby, 94
  • Railway Train, J. Worthington, 456
  • Signalling, A. Sands, 94
  • by Electricity, Ste., I. Daggs, 296
  • Silk, Combing and Preparing, &c., C. de Jongh, 396
  • Manufacture of, &c.. W. Spence, 435
  • Separating or Recovering Animal Wool or Cotton from, J. Lord, 295
  • Size, Preparation of, W. S Losh, 418
  • Sizeing Paper, W. Stones, 475
  • and Dressing Yarn•, &c., T. Burton. 130
  • or Dressing Yarns, M. A. Muir and W. J. Walker, 295
  • Stiffening. Stc., Yarns, Ste., F. Andrew and S. Forsell, 176
  • Skirts of Ladies' Dresses, Distending the, H. F. Osman, 396
  • Mantles, &e., S. Jay and G. Smith, 97
  • Slide Valves, Working, G. Webster and J. AV ebster, 410
  • Valves, H. Dubs and J. Evans, 275
  • Slubbing Machinery, &c., W. Seed and W. Ryder, 417
  • Smelting, &c., I. Baggs. 296
  • Iron, A. Dalton, 259
  • Ores, R. Mushet, 296
  • Ores, J. L. Taberner, 258
  • Soap, E. T. Simpson, 398
  • G. F. Wilson and A. I. Austen, 318
  • W. Oossage, 37, 278
  • I). Thom and G. A. Phillips, 298
  • J. Blake and F. Maxaell, 234
  • J. Denis, 158
  • Mottled and Yellow, P. Kurten, 298
  • from Rosin, A. Plaits. 177
  • Frames, D. Thom and G. A. Phillips,29I Preparation of Vegetable Matters for, &c., C. N. Wilcox. 378
  • Soda and Alum, F. G. Spilsbury, 58
  • Sofas, Chairs, &c., E. ilallen. 337
  • Soldering Metals, Tools for, E. O. W. Whitehouse and J. C. Laws, 398
  • Sowing Seeds and Manure, &c , U. Reeves, 137
  • Spindle for Plaiting Machines, W . F. Spittle, 277
  • Spinning, S. C. Lister and W. Tongue, 356
  • S. C. Lister, 276, 4s7
  • Cotton, J. Dickinson, 436
  • Cotton, &c., S. C. Lister, 457
  • Cotton, &c.. E. Leigh and G. P. Leigh, 237
  • Cotton, Self-acting Apparatus for, B. Bodmer, 137
  • and Doubling Cotton, W. Robertson, 137
  • Fibrous Substances, W. E. Newton, 34, 75, 476
  • Frames, G. Walker and J. Scrimgeour,217
  • Fibrous Materials, J. Watson and C. F. Halle, 257
  • Silk, &c., J. Murgatroyd, 417
  • Wool, I. Bailey, 396
  • Worsted, H. Brown, 378
  • Spirit Lamps, H. Hedgely, 498
  • S. King, 178
  • Spirits of Wine. W. Pnpineau, 118
  • Splitting Rock, R. A. Brooman, 378
  • Spoons. Forks, Sec., R. A. Brooman, 57
  • Spring Catch, G. North, 118
  • Door, J. Cartland, 157
  • W. Hooper, J. Fry, and G. Nasmyth, 699
  • India-rubber, R. Eaton, 516
  • for Carriages, R. Emery. 456
  • Carriage and Railway, J. Wilson, 456
  • Sprinkling Powder, It. A. Brooman. '236
  • Squeezing Rollers, &c., C. Renshaw, 295
  • Stacking or Storing Corn, &c., W. Dray, 356
  • Stamp Presses, A. E. Ducheteau, 259
  • Stamping Letters, &c., It. G. Salter, 317
  • Stamps, M. T. Croften, 58
  • and Operating Hammers, C. J. Carr, 298
  • Stands for Suspending Hats, &c., C. Iles, 317
  • Starch, W. Watt, 98
  • H. Doubleday, 118
  • Steam Boilers, W. Johnson, 294
  • H. Bougleux, 476
  • S. Colman, 115
  • R. Orrell, J. Cleminson, and W. Barradough, 54
  • Ascertaining the Density of Water in Ma rine. J. L. Casartelli, A. Casartelli, and L. Casartelli, 435
  • Steam Digging Apparatus, P. P. C. Barrat and J. B. Barrat, 196
  • Engine, P. C. J. L. de Combettes, 75
  • H. Holcro 434
  • W. Hall, E. Wilde, and W. Waite, 175
  • J. Bertram, 514
  • J. H. Johnson, 216
  • J. Mandel/1.y, 216
  • W. E. Newton, 435
  • E. Travis and J. 1.. Casartelli, 75
  • C. J. 1)umery. 255
  • '1'. Walker, 455
  • Lubricating', T. Lees, 235
  • I). G. Hope and W. A. Fairburn, 51
  • F. Foggl, 895
  • and Boilers, T. S. Holt, E. Earnshaw, rind J. Barlow, 456
  • Hammers, W. H. Brown, 198
  • Hammers. &c., G. Sharp and W. Elder, 498, 518
  • Generators, T. Charlton and W. Turnbull, 33, 94
  • and Fire Regulator, W. Webster, 115
  • Site', O. C. Thomas, 233
  • A. Pope, 58
  • wire, isc., Heating, S. Fox, 496
  • Stereoscope, E. Sutton, 198
  • G. C. Cooke, 138
  • E. E. Scott, 437
  • P. Benoist, 218
  • Stereoscopic Arrangement in the Manufacture of Boxes, O. E. Johns, 398
  • Pictures, R. Harmer, 49s Stop Cocks and Valves, R. E. Garrand, 296
  • Stoppering Bottles, &c., J. A. Labatt 338
  • Inkstands, fie., C. F. Cattaert, 119
  • Jars, &c., J. Roberts, 268
  • Stopping Bottles, F. Simpson, 118
  • A. 6. Chalus, 279
  • Carriages on Itailwayir, H. J. Noone, 134
  • Railway Carriage', G. W. Sayer, 315
  • Railway Trains, J. Hardaker, 175
  • Straw Paper, Stc., J. Cowley, 118
  • stoves, .1. S. Hendy, 336
  • or Fire-places, J. Juckes, 231
  • Straps or Bands. C. Vaughan, W. J. Vaughan, and R. Vaughan, 438
  • Stretching Woven Fabrics. W. Laing, 137
  • T. M. Hartwell, J. W. Gladwin, and 1-1. Gladwin, 157
  • Stringed Musical Instruments, Rev. G. Jaque, 117
  • Stuffing, L. Bayer, 76
  • Couches, Cushions, &c., S. Jay and G. Smith, 117
  • for Furniture, L. Bayer, 515
  • Substitute for Oil, &c., J. Lord, 467 for Leather, J. Rowley, 56, 98
  • W. Green, 236
  • Sugar.cane Mills, C. J. Lewsey, 498 Sulpho-Saceharine of Simaburine, Process for procuring the, 1'. C. Richardson, 198 Sulphuric Acid, J. L. Crockett, 118 Super.heating Steam, J. Darlington, 175 Suspending Carriage Bodies, N. Deacon, 37 Supplying and Drawing off Liquids, &c., A. Bain and J. H. Bennett, I ts Air to Gm-lights, &c., R. A. Brooman, 91 Boilers with Water, A. V. Newton, 336 Steam Boilers with Water, &c., R. McConnell and A. Mackenzie..:55 Water to Steam Boilers, F. NV hittaker, 435
  • Water to Water.closets, W. Patten, 197
  • Fuel to Furnaces, W. A. Jump, 12i; Sweeping Floors, W. E. Newton, -137 swinging Hammock, J. Brown, 218
  • Tags for Stays, &c., F. Pottc, 148
  • Tap or Stop Cock, J. and W. Moore, 23i for Measuring Liquids, T. Earp, I. .1%ip. R. Martineau and B. Smith, 76
  • and Cocks, J. Elliott, 296
  • or Valves, R. Brown, '.97
  • or Valves, Sm., H. T. Sourbutts, 498 cr Valves for Gas, G. Anderson, 177 Taning, D. Barnard and D. Lichtenstadt, 516 &c., E. Storlingue, 216
  • Leather, W. Francis and J. Hooper, .157 Leather, &c., C. R. Skinner, 198 Telegraphing on Runway Trains, J. Worth, ington, 494
  • Tell-tales, &c., A. Symons and E. Burgess, 179 Thimble Pillar to be uscd in Placing Earthen. ware in Ovens Mien Firing, E. Leek, 118
  • Throttles. &c., D. Powlas, 176
  • Tickets, Railway and other, P. W. Hardwick, 55
  • Tiles, Ornamental, Bricks, 1e., F. G. Sanders, 35
  • Rooting, W. Brodie, 396
  • Tilling Soil, EL E. C. Monckton and W. Clark, 236
  • Time Registering Apparatus, Workmen's, A. Barrie. 297
  • Tobacco-cutting Machines, T. Cope, 478
  • Pipe, A. Picard, 313
  • Turbines, I,. D. Girard, 494
  • Top for Scent Bottles, A. ‘Vat5on and A. II. W illiams, 496
  • Tops of Omnibuses. &c , F. Moreau, 276
  • Tooth Powder. M. Farina, 318
  • Transmitting I lydrostatic and Pneumatic Pressure, &c., Apparatus for, J. Webster, 438
  • Treating Agricultural Produce, &c., J. C. Sin. clair, 396
  • Cane Sugar for Brewing and Distilling, C. Garton and J. St.. J. Gage Parsons, 497
  • Copper and other I:efractory and Metallic Ores, A. Robert, 278
  • Manganese Ores, '1'. A. Cook, 398, 437
  • Iron, Ste., A. Reid, 438
  • Metallic Ores, &c., A. Reid and C. O'Neil, 477
  • Saccharine Juices, R. W. Siever, 437,518
  • of Lubricating Oils, 11. Reid, 77
  • of Mineral Tar, J. Perry, 516
  • of Oils lin(' Fats, G. Hutchinson, 278
  • of Sugar Canes, J. H Johnson, 56
  • of Tar Oil, J. Metcalf, 258
  • Trimming the Teeth of Wheels, T. Greenwood, 297
  • Troughs and Mangers, G. W. Varnell, 336
  • Turbines, P. A. le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 395
  • Tuyeres, J. Knowles and W. Buxton, 15
  • Twisting Fibrous Materials, W. Johnson, 277
  • Tyres, Cast Steel, J. B. Howell, 96
  • Wheel, D. Davies, U.S Umbrellas, J. L. Davies, jun., and J. Broad. bent, 77
  • IL Harrington, 98
  • Pocket, A. Tolhnusen, 177
  • Stand, G. H. ticks, 494
  • Unwinding Silk from the Hank, C. Hodges, 196
  • Valve Cock, W. Webster, 197
  • Stop (,r Regulating, W. H. Westwood, T. Wright, F. 1V right, 54
  • Valve', IL Wilson, 255
  • T. Cowburn, :)4
  • Slide, M. Allen, 75, 494
  • Steam, W. E. Newton, 216
  • for Governing Steam Engines, &c., II. Hindle, 115
  • for Inflating Air.tight Bags, B. J. Hey. wood, 378
  • Equilibrium, P. Gaskell, 455
  • Ventilation of Mine", J. Wadsworth, 237
  • Ventilating Mines, &c., G. Heppell, 357
  • Vessel for contAining Chemicals, &c., J. Taylor, 36
  • Vessels fur Liquidi, D. Desmond, 31
  • Construction of, T. S. Henzell. 417
  • Voltaic Battery, P. A. le Comte de Fontaine. moreau, '296
  • Vulcanised India-Rubber, Re-working, A. Lorimer, 397
  • Walking Stick Pipe, S. Rotheneim, 477
  • W all (Cps and Sleeper Blocks, J. G. Jennings, 356
  • Warming Building', C. Burton, 116
  • and Moistening Air, G. Gamey, 58
  • Railway Carriagrs, &c., A. Hutton, 435
  • Vehicle', A. E. Preux, 55
  • and Veniilaiing. S. do Jong, 35
  • Warp Machinery, J. D. Duncliffe and W. Dexter, 396
  • Warping and Beaming, J. Smith and E. Harrison, I.16
  • Washing Apparatus, W. Gray and J. Tate, 437
  • or Cleansing Fabric', T. Whittaker, 236
  • Coal, W. Green, jun , and T. Storey, 456
  • Fabrics, C. Burton, 336
  • Machines, M. J. Cooke, 497
  • Ores, J B. H. do Ronssen, 297
  • Wool, E. Hellen, 256
  • Woven Fabrics, W. Parsons, 136
  • Wringing and Mangling. J. Jessop, 437
  • Water Pump, J. J. Leaver. 278
  • Watches. W. S. Mitchell and C. M. E. Gart. ner, 259
  • Water Closets, R. A. Brooman, 277 •
  • W. 8. Carr, 515
  • Waterproofing Fabrics, Sic., P. P. Hoffman, 198
  • Woven Fabrics, M. Hickson, 295
  • Paper, I. Livermore, 516
  • Weaving, C. 13. Blyth and W. P. Butchart, 157
  • J. Broadley, 476
  • J. Dryden, 495
  • C. Nickles and J. Hobson, 136
  • V. F. A. Frost, 296
  • J. Somerville, 116, 436
  • Figured Fabrics, O. Whittaker and C. ‘Vallwork. 97
  • Stuffs, &c., A. Holt and J. Bentley, 435
  • Weighing Apparatus, P.A. le Comte de Fontainemoreriu, 498
  • Whalebone, Preparing, &c., L. G. Riant, 477
  • Wheelbarrows, A. Andraud, 276
  • Wheels, Axles, and Axle Boxes, T. Wallace, 315
  • Metallic, J. W. Downing, 197
  • Whistle, Compound, W. Smith, 278
  • Weaving Carpets, G. Salt, 476
  • Wind Musical Instruments. II. J. Distin, 475
  • Winding and Warping Cotton, 54.c., J. Hacking and W. Wheeler, V56
  • up Watches, P. Noyer, 198
  • Windlasses, J. Conlin. 135
  • Ships, &c., J. Browne, 435
  • Window Fastenings, J. Naylor, 277
  • Wines. Artificial, R A. Brooman, 497
  • Wire Chain, T. P. Hawkins, 238
  • Rope, J. Horsfall, 77
  • J. Fowler, jun., 516
  • Wooden Leg and Crutch, J. C. Jones, 495
  • Worts for Brewing, &c., H. thick, 438
  • Yarns or Threads, Dyeing. H. Cooke, 257
  • Drying, W. S. Churchill and J. Bradthaw, 457
  • ate., Drying, Stretching, and Finishing, O. Collier, 417
  • A. Symington. 437
  • Finishing. O. Erman, 378
  • It. Robinson, 396
  • &c., C. Brook. jun., 257
  • Printing, J. Crossley and J. Bolton, 25';
  • reatment of Waste. J. Holland and J. Irving, &95 1Vinding, R. Davison and J. Crowther, 514
  • Yeast, R. Winterbolton. jun., 297
  • Zinc, G. and J. Darlington, 98
  • and Zinc White, C. Titterton, 17, 437
  • Patento upon tubici) the Zbirb Yeaeo eStamp Duty 1)(15 bun Vaib. LIST OF NAMES. Abate, Felix Anderson, Frederick Buonaparte, 335
  • Anthony. John, and William Trcby Chafe, 395
  • Appolt, George, and Charles Appolt, 194
  • Ball, Thomas, 434
  • Barling, Joseph, 335
  • Barlow, Charles, 434
  • Barlow, Henry Bernoulli, 216
  • Barnett, Frederic. 835
  • Beattie, Joseph, 114
  • Bentall, Edward Hammond, 156
  • Bernard, Julian. 32
  • Barlow. Henry Bernoulli, 335
  • Barth. George Harman, 235
  • Bassavant, Philip John, and John Cure, 275
  • Bauwens, Felix Lieven, 53
  • Beardsley, George, 216
  • Beliford, Auguste Edouard Loradoux, 166.175
  • Bernard. Julian, 32, 291, 335, 335, 394, 475
  • Bird, John, 96
  • Blashileld, John Marriott, 613
  • Blavier, Aimo, 315
  • Bloomer. Caleb, 194
  • Boitteux, Zephirin, 216
  • Bour, Joseph, 216
  • Bowditch, William Renwick, 53
  • Boydell, James, 114, 175
  • Briggs, Edward, and William Souter, 377
  • Brittten, Baahley, 175
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, 96
  • Brown, Archibald Douglas, 275
  • Brown, David, and John Brown, 134
  • Brown, Henry, 235
  • Burleigh, Benjamin, 53
  • Catlow, Christopher, and Thomas Comstive, 416
  • Chance, James Timmins, 416
  • Chase, Oliver Rice, 513
  • Challeton. Jean Francois Felix, 335
  • Chedgey, John, 395
  • Chenot, Claude Bernard Adrien, 114, 254
  • Chisholm, John, 175
  • Clark, Josiah Latimer, 53
  • Clay, William, 175
  • Clayton, Nathaniel, and Joseph Shuttleworth, 513
  • Collier, George. 216
  • Colt, Samuel, 156.315
  • Coltman. William. 315
  • Combo, James, 355
  • Corlett, Henry. 74
  • Corlett, Henry Lee. 32
  • Cowper, Charles, 513
  • Cox. James, 134
  • Crane, Patrick Moir. 114
  • Crosland R.;bert, William Holiday, and John Heaton. 455
  • Crossley John, and William Crossley, 434
  • Custer, Victor Gustave Abel, 4:44
  • Davidson, Jonathan, 355
  • Dawson, Alfred, 32
  • Dc liergne, Charles, 254
  • De la Itu-e, Warren, 39$ 1)elpcch, Jean Andre Cecile Nestor, 494
  • Dering, George Edward, 395
  • Devincenzi, Guiseppe, 294
  • Doultfin, Henry, 395, 4l6
  • Drevelle, Adolphe. A communication, 53
  • Dufour. Louis Emile, 416
  • Dunn. Thomas, 211;
  • Dupont, Emile, 294
  • Duvillter, Alphonse Francois Damien., 134
  • Edwards, Henry Hind, 32
  • Evans, John, 355
  • Fawcett, Thomas, jun., 166
  • Fell. Thomas Mara, and William Cook, 513
  • Fenton, James, 371
  • Finch, Thomas Freeman, 355
  • Fontainemoreau, Petor Armand le Comte de, 235
  • Forsyth, James, 294
  • Fourdrinier, Jwcph, 513
  • Garrett Richard, 96
  • Gentler, Erne3t, 175
  • Gibbs, Henry Melts, 335
  • Gibson, Andrew White, 53
  • Goodman, George Barry, 395
  • Gossaze, William, 294
  • Greenshields, 'fhoma', 455
  • HaelTely, Edward, 235
  • Hunds, Johnson, 216
  • Hansor, James, 254
  • Harris, Rice Williams, and Thomas Patstone, 235
  • Hinder, Edwin, 377
  • Ilealey, John, , communication, 13
  • Hendry, Alexander, 231
  • Hick, John, 254
  • Higgiii, James, 294
  • Hilliard, Harvey, 175
  • Ilinde, George James, 494
  • Hine, Benjamlw Hornbuckle, Anthony John Mundella, and Luke Barton, 53
  • Hine, Benjamin Hornbuckle, Anthony Mundella, and William Onion, 53
  • Hodge,, Richard Edward, 275
  • Holland, Henry, 53
  • Holman, Stephen, 254
  • Horsfall, James, '077
  • llowden, James, 294
  • Hubner, Emile, •116
  • Hughes, Edward Joseph, 13
  • Hulett,, David, 32
  • Humphreys, Samuel, 275
  • Jennings, Josiah George, 395
  • Jevs, John, 254
  • Johnson, John Henry, 275, 29.1, 29.1, 355
  • Johnson, John Robert, 315
  • Julyan, Frederick John, 513
  • Kennedy, David, 32
  • Kershaw, John, 114
  • King, Charles, and Edward Sutton Benfield, 45.1)
  • Koerner, Louis Christian, 114
  • Krautz, Henry, •155
  • Kuczynski, Joseph, 43,1
  • Lamport, Charles, 191
  • Lavender, Edward, 315
  • Lefevre, Desire l'arfait, 216
  • LamleIle, Theodore, 391
  • Lockart, John, 96
  • Longmai,i, William, and John Longmaid, 114
  • Lotd, Edward. 74
  • Lowe, David, 513
  • Loysell, Edward, 156
  • Mahon, Walter, 13
  • Macfarlane, Walter, 377
  • Maclean, John, jun , and Thomas Finlayson. 416
  • Mann, Thomas, 13
  • Manning, James Alexander, 275
  • March, James Coley, 416
  • Martin, Andrieu Georges Arrant, and Casimir Lefol, 39,1
  • Mason, John, and Leonard Kaberry, 32
  • Masiey, Edward, 156
  • Massey, William, 74
  • Meere, Auguste Louis Nicolas Comte Vander, 134
  • Meeus, Pierre Joseph, 111
  • Meyer, Ilenry, 335
  • Mill, William, 216
  • Mills, George, 134
  • Milne, John Kolbe, 475
  • Milner, William, 175
  • Ms Innis, John, 513
  • Mohler, Adolphe, 114
  • Morgan, William, 155
  • Motav, Cyprlen Marjo Tessie du, Mothe, Bernard Joa.:him la, 395
  • Moth.', Bernard Joachim la, 395
  • Nash, .1 oseph, 291
  • Nt'wall, James, 74
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, 294
  • Newton, A I fred Vincent, 96, 294
  • Newton, %Valli= Edward, 32, 156, 294, 294, 355, 377
  • Nightinwale, Charles, 195
  • Nixon, Christopher Nugent. 416
  • Normand, Charles Benjamin, 355
  • O'Connor, Patrick, 156
  • Olding, Henry, 134
  • Oliver, Joseph, 434
  • Oram, Robert, and William Oram , 394
  • O' Regan, Simon, 275
  • Pallegoix, Leontide Agalace, and Alexandre Louis Bellange, 195
  • Parkinson, John, 13
  • Parsons, Perceval Nlowc, 254
  • Peace, William, 2 1
  • Penning, George Alfred de, 455
  • Penton. Josiah, and James Mackay, 355
  • Platt, John, '294
  • Platt, John, 391
  • Poison, John, Smith, Thomas John, and Joseph Smith, 254
  • l'omme, Leon Joseph, 32
  • Poole, Moses, 156, 335, 377, 416
  • Prideaux, Thomas Syntes, 13
  • Ramsbottom, John, 175
  • Rankin, John, 315
  • Reeves, Robert, 494
  • Reed, Archibald Lockhart, 1 96
  • Richardson, Thomas, 475
  • Rigby, William, 275
  • Riggenbach, Nicholas, 175
  • Robertson, James, 275
  • Round, Zachariah, 315
  • Roux, Claude Alphonse, 13
  • Rowley, John, 335
  • Ruolz, Henri Catherine Camille de, and Anrelme de Fontenay, 13
  • Samuelson, Bernard, 294
  • Sautter, Louis, 395
  • Sch6chkar, Edward, and Frederick Crace Calvert, 32
  • Scott, Thomas, 294
  • Seiler, Frederick, 235
  • Septimuc, William, 194
  • Settle, Thonno, and Peter Cooper, 175
  • Sharpe, Edmund, 74
  • Shepherd, Joseph, 3115
  • Sloper, Bevan George, 74
  • Smith, J amen, 210
  • Smit'., John Hurt, and Edward Smith, 150
  • Smith, Robert Angus, and Alexander McDougall, 90
  • Spence, Peter, 96
  • Smith, James, 294
  • Smith, Stephen Itandoll, 275
  • Sperry, Corydon Stillman, 513
  • Stephen, Alexander, and Alexander 513
  • Stirling, John Davie Moiries, 156, 494
  • Stevens, James, 114
  • Stovold, James, 32
  • Stratford, Benjamin O'Neale, 53, 455
  • Taylor, Isaac, 455
  • Taylor, James, Isaac Brown, and John Brown, 134
  • Thomson, John, 513
  • Tilghman, Richard Albert, 53
  • Trueman, Alfred, 377
  • Uric, Juhn, 175
  • Vaoizhan, William. 195
  • Vetillart, Marcel. 53
  • 'Walker, Charles, 175
  • Waller, Richard, 395
  • Warne, William, 216
  • Warner, Henry, Joseph Haywood, and William Crops, 114 1Vcare, Robert, 235
  • ‘VestruP. Walter, 455
  • Whitaker, Lawrence, John Diggle, and George Howarth, 235
  • Whitehouse, Edward Orange Wildman, 455
  • hiteley. \Valium, 131
  • Whitworth, Thomas Schofield, 315
  • Wickstead, Thomas, 9G \Villiams, John Allin, 6i3
  • William, 393
  • Wilson, George Fergusson, and William Walls, 295
  • Wilson, George Fergusson, 53, 134
  • Wilson, George Francis, and James Monroe Whiting, 294
  • Wilson, John, 475
  • Wilson, Thomac, and John Hadley, 01
  • Wood, William, i"4. Wort all, James, 294
  • Wren, John, 156
  • Wright, William, and George Brown, 11 1
  • Young, Jame', 131
  • Young, John, 475
  • Younir, Luther, and Edwin Marten, 114
  • Young, William, 216

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  • 1143, 4s. 9d.; 1158. ed.; 1163, 8d.; 1169. 6d.; 1171, 3d.; 1172, 1s.; 1175. 1s. ld.; 1178, 7d.; 1179, ad.; 1180, 7d.; 1181, 3d.; 1182, 5d; 1183, 3d.; 1184, 3d.; 1185, 5d.; 1186. 3d.; 1187, 3d.;
  • • 1188, ls. 3d.; 1189, 3d.; 1190, 5d.; 1191, 10d.; 1192, 8d; 1198, ls. 3d.; 1194, 3d.; 1196, ls. 2d; 1194, 7d.; 1198, 10d.; 1199, Sd.; 1200. 3d.; 1201, 3d.; 1208 Sd.; 1204, 3d.; 1207, 10d.; 1208. 3d.; 1218, 8d.; 1221, 3d. ,• 1223, ls. 7d.; 12'.15, 3d.; 1229, Od; 1239, 3d; 1201. 9d; 1197. 3d.; 1205, 3d.; 1206. ls. 2d; 1209. 6d.; 1210. 3d.; 1211, 13 4d; 1212, 9d.; 1213, 8d; 1214, 3d.; 1215, 3d.; 1210. 3d.; 1219, 10d.; 1220. 1s. ld.; 1222, 6d. • 1224, 3d.; 1226. 7d.: 1227. 7d.; 1228, 18 id. • 1230.9d.; 1231, 8d.; 1232, 3d.; 1283, 3d; 1284, 3d.; 1235, 3d • 1236, 3d.; 1237, 6d; 1238. 3d; 1242, 10d;243 Is. 4d.; 1244, 4d.; 1245, 3d.; 1246, 74; 1247, 6d; 1248, 9d.; 12:0. 10d; 1261, 6d.; 1255, 3s. 4d.; 1257. 3d.; 1268, 5d.; 1259, 3d.; 1260, 3d.; 1262, Is 5d.: 1263, 6d; 1204. 3d; 1267, 7d; 1270. 3d.; 1273. 3d.; 12, 6. 6d.; 1281, 6d.; 1282, 7d.; 1283, 10d.; 1284, 3d.; 1294, Sd.; 1295, 3d.; 1278, 3d; 1279, 3d.; 1280. 3d.; 1285, 3d; 1280, 10d.; 1287, 5d.; 1288, 10d.; 1289, 3d.; 1290, is. 5d; 1291 10d.;1292, 18.; 1293. 4d.; 1296. 9d.; 1298. &I.; 1300, 6d.; 1301. 5d.; 1302, 3d; 1303, 3d.;1306, 9d.; 1307, 3d.; 1308. 5d; 1309, 3d; 1310. 10d.; 1811, 3d.; 1312. 3d; 1813, 7d.; 1815, 5d.; 1328, 9d; 1329, 5d. ' • 1249. 11d.• 1613, 5d. • 1241, 5d.;1249, 3d.; 1253. 3d.; 1266, 6d.;1266; 8d; 1266, 4d.; 1268, 7d; 1269, 6d. • 1271, 5d.; 1272, 5d.; 1274. ls. 3d.; 1275, is. 4d , 1277, (Id.; 1297, 7d; 1299, 3d.; 1304, 6d.; 1305, 9d. 1317, 3d.; 1318. 5d.; 1819, 3d.; 1320. 8d. 1821, 7d; 1323, 3d.; 1824, 9d.; 1326, 6d. 1826, bd.; 1827, 3d.; 1880, 6d.; 1331. 6d 1332, 3d.; 1333, 3d.; 1384. 4d.; 1335, 8d.; 1836 lld;1837, ls. 4d.; 1838, 7d.; 1339, 3d 1340, 6d.; 1343, 10d. ' • 1344. 3d.; 1346, 3d. 1350, 24 5d; 1851.34; 1352, 6d.; 1358, 3d. 1354. 3d.; 1365. 3d.; 1356, fkl.; 1357, 5d 1858. 5d.; 1360, 7d.; 1365, 7d.; 13§6, 10d.; 1367. 10d.; 1373. 7d.; 1374, 3d.; 1375. 7d. • 1876, 3d.; 1377. 10d; 1379, 3d.; 1880, 7d. 1381, 6d.; 1383, 10d.; 1884. 7d.; 1385, 3d 1389. 10d.; 1402, 3d.; 1403. 3d.; 1411, 11d. 1412. 3d.; 1774. 5d.; 1314, 6d.; 1341. 10d ' • 1345, 3d.; 1347. 3d.; 1359, 3d.; 1361, 5d. 1362. 3d; 1303. ls. 11d.; 1364, 3d.; 1371. 3d. 1878, ls, 6d.; 1386, 3d.; 1387, ls. 4d.; 1388. lid.; 1390. 9d.; 1391, 3d.; 1392. 5d. 1894. 9d .• 1396, 3d.; 1397, 3d.; 1399 3d. ,• 1400, 58 7d. • ' 1404, is. 10d.; 1405, 9d.; 1406 10d.; 1407, 8d; 1413, 3d.; 1414, 9d.; 1416, ls.; 1417. ad; 1418, is. ld.; 1419, 9d.; 1420, 6d.; 1422, 3d.; 1423, 3d.; 1424, 6d.; 1425, 7d.; 1420, 10d; 1428, ls. 2d.; 1480, 6C17 34.; 1433. 3d.; 1485,10d.; 1436, bd; 1439, 3d; 1440, 3d.; 1444, 6d; 1466. lld; 1519. 3d.; 1631, 7d ,; 1542, 94.; 1554. 7d.; 1744, ed. • 1876, 6d.; 2117, 6d.; 1240, ls 3d.; 1848. 7d.'; 13 , 9d.; 1369. 9d.; 13;2. 8d.; 1382, 8d. 1 • 1393, 3d.; 1395, 3d.; 1410, ls. lld; 1416, 7d.; 1421, 3d.; 1427, 3d.;_ 1429, 8d; 1434. 6d. : 1437, is. 2d.; 1438, 9d.; 1441, 9d. ' • 1442, 8d.; 1443, 3d.; 1445. 10d.; 1446, 3d. • 1447. 3d.; 1449, 10d.; 1450. 5d;1451, 3d.;1462, 7d.; 1454. 3d; 1455,8d;1456, 7d; 1457, 3d.; 1458, 3d.; 1459, 3d.; 1460, 3d; 1464. is. 4d.; 1465. 5d.; 1467, 3d.; 1468, 5d.; 1409, 3d. ' • 1470, 104; 1472, ; 5d.; 1475, 6d.; 1476, 5d 1477, is bd. • 1479, ls. 3d.; 1480. 3d.; 1488. 10d.; 1490, 3d.; 1491, 3d 1493, 3d.; 1494, 3d.; 1495, 94; 1502. 8d; 1506. 10d.; 1507, 10d.; 1536, 3d.: 1600, 5d 1370, 10d.; 1448. is. 4d.; 1468, 10d; 1461, 6d.; 1462, ls. 6d.; 1463, 8d.; 1471, 7d. 1473, 4d; 1474, 3d; 1478. 94; 1482, 2d 1484 6d.; 1485. 3d;
  • • 1488, 3d.; 1487, is 4d; 1488, 8d; 1419, 4d.; 1492, 7d.; 1496, 3d. 1497, 3d.; 1498, 10d; 1499, 6d.; 1600, 4d. 1501, 5d. ,• 1503, 3d.; 1504. 9d.; 1505, 11d; 1508, 3d.; 1509, 104; 1610. is ld.; 1511. 11d.; 1512, 3d; 1613, &I.; 1514. 4d.; 1615, 4d; 1517, &I.; 1518. Od.; 1520, 24.; 1521, 3d; 1622 10d.; 1623, 3d.; 1624, 3d.; 1525,10d.; 1526, 3d.; 1527, 3d.; 1530, 7d.; 1532, 3d. • 1534. 7d.; 1537, 3d.; 1638, 6d.; 1539. 10d; 1540 44.; 1541. 3d.; 1543, 8d. 1544, 3d; 1545, 2s. ld.; 1646, 4d.; 1548, 3d.; 1560, 2s. 9d.; 1576, 3d.; 1001, 6d.; 1604.6d.; 1614, 3d. 1658, 6d.; 1729. 5d.; 1898, 3d; 1401, 3d 1408, 3d; 1409. 3d; 1547. 3d; 1549, 3d; 1550.9d; 1552. ls. 4d.; 1553, ed.; 1555, 3d. 1557. 6d.; 1558, 9d.; 1559. 7d; 1561, 104; 1562. 7d.; 1663, 6d.; 1569, 3d.; 1565, 3d; 1566, 3d.; 1567. 7d.; 1569, 8d.; 1570, ed. 1671, (3d; 1572. 74; 1673, 10d.; 1574, 4d.; 1575, 6d.; 1677, 3d.; 1678, ed.; 1579 4d.; 1680. 34; 1581, 3d.; 1582, 8d.; 1583, 7d.; 1584, 3d.; 1585, 6d; 1686, 8d.; 1587. 3d.; 1688, ls. ld.; 1689, 28. 7d; 1591, 94.; 1592, 64; 1598. Od; 1594, 3d.; 1595, 6d.; 1696,3d.; 1598, 4d.; 1599, 3d; 1602, 6d.; 1603, 6d.; 1605, 3d.; 1608, &I; 1609, ed.; 1645, 3d; 1799, 44; 2363, 10d; 1481, 11d.; 1516, 3d.; 1528, 3d ' • 1529, 44.; 1535, 3d.; 1551. 3d; 1556.3d.; 1568 9d.; 1590. 104; 1597, 4d; 1606, 11d. ' • 1607, 6dd • ' 1610. ;
  • ' 1611, 8d.; 1012, 3d • 1617. 3d.; 1018 28. 8d.; 1619, 8d.; 1620. Is. Ild.; 1621, 3d; 1622, 8d.; 1623.5d.;1626.3d;1626, 6d.;1627 Is.; 1628, 3d.; 1629 3d.; 1630. 3d; 1631. ls. 4d.; 1632, 9d.; 1633, is 2d.;1634.94.; 1635.2s. 6d.; 1637, 3d.; 1639. 9d.; 1642 3d.; 1643, 3d; 1644. ed.; 1646, Is ld. ' • 1647, le. &I.; 1648, 34; 1649.4d.; 1650. 3d • 9651. 104; 1652, Sd; 1665, 3d.; 1656. 5d.ir, 1659, 74.; 1669, 3d.; /670, 3d; 1671. 6d; 1672, N.; 1677, 104; 1687, 6d.; 1850. 4d.; 2021, 8d.; 2443, 5d.; 1624. 2s. 8d.; 1036, 9d; 1688, 9d.: 1640, le. 10d.; 1641, ed.; 1654, 10d.; 1660, is.; 1661, 3d.; 1661, 5d; 1667, 10d.; 1668, 3d.; 1673, Cid.; 1674. 10d. 1675, 6d.; 1676, 10d.; 1678, 3d.; 1679, is. ld; 1680, ed.; 1681,10d.; 1..2, 3d.: 1683 5d. 1684, 9d; 1685. ed; 1689, Od.; 1688, ls. 5d.; 1689. 3d.; 1690, 8d.; 1601. 3d.; 1694, 9d. 1695, 3d.; 1697, 9d; 1698, 3d.; 1099, 3d.; 1700, 3d.; 1701, 6d.; 1704, id.; 1705, 7d. 1707, 6d,; 1708, 7d.; 1711, 3d.; 1712, Od. 1717, 7d.; 1718. 10d.; 1725, lOd.; 1785, 3d.; 17136, 9d.; 1749. 9d.; 1755. 9d.; 1015, 3d. 1616, Ild.; 1692, ls.;
  • '3, 10d.; 1703, 3d : 1706, 7d.: 1709, ad.: 1710, 9d; 1713, 3d.: 1714, 3d.; 1715, 10d.; 1720, Is. 3d. : 1721, 3d.: 1722, 5d.; 1723, 10d.; 1724, 5d.; 1726, 3d. 1727, 15d.; 1728, le.; 1730.0d; 1731. 3d.; 1782. 8d; 1734. ls. 3d.; 1737, 4d; 1738, 6d; 1739. 7d.; 1740, 7d.; 1741, id.; 1743, 3d.; 1750. 3d.; 1752, 3d.; 1750, 3d; 1757. 6d.; 1759, 5d.; 1761, 7d.; 1762, 6d.; 1763, 3d.: 1764, 3d.; 1765, 7d.:; 1769, 7d.; 8772. 3d.: 1774. 8d.; 1779, ls. 3d 1783, 6d; 1795, 3d.; 1807. 9d.; 1847, 3d.; 18A9.1s. 11d. : 1533. 3d; 1663, 3d.; 1664, lld; 1666, 3d.; 1696, 3d.; 1742, 6d.; 1745, 3d; 1747. 3d; 1748,02d; 1761, 3d.; 1753, 3d.; 1754, 7d.; 1758, is; 1760, 6d.; 1766, ls. 2d.; 1767, 3d : 1768, &I.; 1770, 3d.; 1771. 3d.; 1773, 38.5d.; 1775. 1 s 7d.; 1770, 4d.;1777, 3d.; 1778, Od.; 1780, 6d; 1781. ls 0d.; 1784,3d.; 1786,10d.; 1787 10d.; 1790, 3d.; 1792, gd.; 1793.5d.; 1794, 6d;1706.3d;1797, 3d.; 1798, 3d.; 1800, 5d.; 1801. 3d.;1802.3d; 1803, 3d.; 1804, 3d.; 1805, 3d.; 1806, 3d.; 1808, 3d.; 1810, 4d.; 1811. 5d.: 1812. 5d.; 1813, 13d.; 1814, 3s 8d.; 1816, le. 3d.; 1816, 3d.; 1817, 3d.; 1818, (3d; 1819, 2s.; 1821, 9d.; 1823, 6d.; 1825, 9d.; 1826, 6d; 1880. le.; 1832, 3d.; 1833, 3d.; 1836, 8d.; 1837, 3d.; 1872, 3d.; 1702, 3d.; 1782, 10d; 1785, 3d.; 1788, 5d.; 1791, 6d.; 1809, 7d; 1820, 111 10d.; 1822. 3d.; 1824, 5d.; 1827, 6d.; 1829, 6d.; 1831, 8d; 1834,; ls. 7d.; 1839, 18 4d.; 1840, 4d.; 1843.7d.; 1844.1s.7d.; 1849. 5d.; 1852, 3d.; 1854. 10d.; 1855, 3d.; 1856, 4d.; 1857, 6d.;1858, 3d.: 1859. 3d.; 1860.5d.; 18131,3d.; 1862, 3d.; 1863, 7d.; 1864. 9d.; 1865, 3d.; 1866. 3d.; 1860, 7d.; 1871. ls.; 1873, 3d.; 1874, 3d.; 1877. 3d.; 1878, 10d.; 1880, 6d.; 1881, 10d.. 1883, 7d.: 1886, 3d.; 1888, &I.; 1889. &I.; 1890, 3d; 1891. 3d. 1892, 3d.; 1893. 3d.; 1894, 106. 1897. 11d.; 1898. 3d.; 1900. 3d.; 1901, 7d.; 1903, 3d.; 1904, 3d; 1906. 3d.; 1907, 10d. 1909, 3d.; 1911, 3d.; 1913, 3d.; 1918, 3d.; 1920. 4d.; 1921, 10d.; 1922, 3d.; 1925, 7d. 1927. 7d.; 1928, 10d.; 1933, 7d; 1935.3d.; 1939, is. 8d.; 1941, 7d.; 1964, 3d; 1789. 3d. 1828, 3d.; 1838, 8d.; 1841. i3d.; 1842, 3d. 1846. 5d.; 1848, 9d; 1876, 9d.; 1882. 4d; 1884, 10d.; 1885, 6d.; 1.895, la. 11d.; 1905, 4d.; 1908, ls. ld.; 1910, 5d.; 1913,10d.; 1914, ed; 1915, 3d.; 1910, le. 3d.; 1917,9d : 1919, 3d.; 1923.9d; 1924, 4d.; 1926, 3d.; 1929. 7d.; 1930, 9d.; 1931. 6d.; 1932, 3d.; 1934, 7d.; 1936, le 8d.; 1938. 91.; 1940. 3d.; 1942, 6d.; 1913, 106.; 1944, 9d.; 1945, 3d.; 1946, 9d.; 1947, 3d.; 1948, 8d.; 1949, 3d.; 1953. 3d.; 19.54, 3d.; 1955, 5d.; 1966, 5d.; 1957, 3d.; 1959, 6d.; 1960, 3d.; 1961. 3d.; 1962, ed.: 1963, 3d; 1965, 3d.; 1967, 111; 1968, 3d.; 1971, 3d.; 1972, 3d.; 1973, lid.; 1974. 3d.; 1979, 5d.; 1980, 3d.; 1984. 3d.; 1986, 3d.: 1988, 8d; 1993. 3d.; 2486, 3d.; 2882, 10d.; 1719, 3d.: 1746, Ad.; 1835, Od.; 1845, 3d.: 1851, 3d.;1853, 3d.; 1867, 3d. : 1870, 5d.;1879. 3d.: 1887.4d.; 1896, 5d; 1902, 5d.; 1937, 9d; 1953, 4d. 1958, 11d.; 1966. 10d.; 1969, 7d.; 1970, 7d. 1975, 3d.; 1977, &I. 1978, 3d.; 1981, 4d. 1982, 5d.; 1983.4d.; 1985, 3d.; 1987, 9d.; 1989, 10d.; 1990, 6d. 1991, 3d.; 1992, 6d. 1994. 3d; 1995, 6d. 1996, 3d.; 1997, 7d 1998. 3d.;. 1999, 7d' 2001, 3d.; 2002, 3d. 2003, 3d.;. 2004, 3d. 2008, 3d.; 2009, 8d.: 2012, 6d.; 2013, le. 10d.; 2010, 5d.; 2018, 3d.; 2019, 3d.; 2023, 7d.; 2024, 10d.; 2027, 5d.; 2039, 3d.; 2042, 3d.; 2043, 3d.: 2046, 9d.; 2047, 3d.; 2048, 7d.; 2051, 5d.: 20.54, le. 3d. : 2056, 9d.; 2057, 9d.: 2058. le. 3d; 2059, 3d; 2090, 3d; 2121, ls. 11_d.: 1950,9d; 1951, 3d.:1976, 4d; 2000, le.: 2005, 6d.; 2006, 8d; 2007, 6d.; 2010, 5d.; 2011, 3d.; 2014, 9d.; 2015, 5d.; 2017, 3d.; 2020, 3d.; 2022, 3d.; 2025, 3d.; 2026 10d.; 2028, 3d.; 2029. 3d.; 2030, Od.; 2031, 3d.; 2032, 3d.; 2033, 3d.; 2034, 3d.; 2035, 3d.; 2036, 3d.; 2037. 4d.: 2038, 7d.; 2040, 5d.; 2041, 10d; 2044, 4d.; 2049, 5d.; 2052, le. 56.; 2053.11d.: 2055, 9d.; 2060, 7d; 2061, 3d.; 2062. 0e.: 2063, 10d; 2065. ls. 5d.; 2066, 4d.; 2067, 3d.; 20 7d.; 2069, 7d.; 2071, 3d.; 2072, 3d; 2073, 3d.; 2075, 3d.; 2077, 3d.; 2078, 3d.; 2079, 3d.; 2080, Od.; 2081, 10d.; 2082, 3d.; 2083. 3d.; 2084, 3d.; 2098, 3d.; 2422, 4d.; 2050, 3d.; 2064, 11d.; 2070, 10d; 2074, 3d.; 2085, 7d.; 2086 8d.; 2087, 10d.; 2088. 10d.; 20:s! , le. ld.; 2091, 3d.; 2092, 7d.; 2093 6d.; 2094, 10d.; 2095, 9d.; 2096.10d.; 2097, 7d.; 2100, 4d.; 2101, 7d.; 2102, Od.; 2103, 5d.; 2105, 7d.; 2106, 7d.; 2107, 3d.; 2108, 3d.; 2100, 3d.; 2110, 3d.; 2111, 3d.; 2112, 3d.; 2113, 5d.; 2116, &I.; 2116, 3d.; 2118, 3d.; 2119, 3d.; 2120, 6d.; 2122. 3d.; 2123, le. 2d.; 2124, 7d.; 2125, 6d.: 2126, 2s. 10d.; 2127, 3d.; 2128. 7d.; 2129, 4d.; 2130, le. ld.; 2132, 71; 2133, 3d.; 2135, 3d.; 2136, 3d.; 2137 3d.; 2138, 3d.: 2139, 3d.; 2140, 6d.; 2141, 3d.; 2142, is 3d.; 2143, 1s. ld.; 2144, Ctd.; 2146, 3d.; 2148, &1.; 2149, 3d.; 2150, 3d.; 2151, 10d.; 2152, 3d.; 2155, 3d.; 2156, 5d.; 2157, lid.; 2168, 6d.; 2159, 7d.; 2160, 5d.; 2162, Is.; 2164, 3d.; 2168, 4d.; 2169, 3d.; 2173, 3d.; 2177, ed.;1776, 3d.; 2076, le. 3d.; 2099, 3d.; 2104, 3d.; 2114, 3d.; 2131. 2s.; 2134. 7d.; 2145, is. 11d.; 2147, 7d.; 2153, 10d.; 2154, le 4d.; 2161, 4d. 2165, 2s. 5d.; 2166, 7d.; 2167, 3d.; 2170, 4d.: 2171, 3d.: 2174, 84; 2175, 4s 10d.; 2176, 6d.; 2178, 4d.; 2179, 7d.; 2180, 7d.; 2181, 3d.; 2182, 6d.; 2183, 3d.; 2184, 4d.; 2185, 3d.; 2186, 3d.; 2187, 3d.; 2188, 3d.; 2189, 3d.; 2190, 9d.; 2192, 3d.: 2193, 3d.; 2194, 6d.; 2195, 3d.; 2196, i3d.; 2197, 3d.; 2108, t3d.; 2199, 10d.; 2200, 6d.; 2201, 3d.; 2204, 3d.; 2205, 3d.; 2207, 3d.; 2208, 3d.: 2210, 3d.; 2211, 3d.; 2212, 3d.; 2213, is. 7d; 2214, ; 2315, 8d.; 2217, 6d.; 2218, 5d.; 2221, 3d.; 2222, 3d.; 2223, 5d.; 2226, 3d.; 2228, 3d.; 2234, 3d.; 2238, 3d.; 2240, 3d.; 2243 3d.; 2250, 3d.; 2282, 3d.; 2295, Od.; 2359, 3d.; 2364, 3d.; 2442, 3d.; 2191, 10d.; 2203, le.; 2206, 4d.; 2216, le. 1d. 2219, 4d.; 2220, 4d.; 2224. 7d.; 2225, Od.; 2227, 10d.; 2230, 7d.; 2231, 7d.; 2232, 3d.; 2233, 3d.; 2237. 6d.; 2241, 8d; 2242, 7d.; 2244, 2.. 6d; 2245, 3d.; 2246, 3d.; 2247, 3d.; 2848, 3d.; 2249, 4d.; 2251, 3d.; 2252, 10d; 2253. 3d; 2254, 4d.; 2255. 3d.; 2256. 4d.; 2257. le. 2d. • 2258, 3d.; 2269, 104; 2282, 3d.; 2263, 8d.; 265, 11d.; 2267, 4d.; 2269. 10d.; 2270, 3d; 2277, 3d.; 2280, 4d.; 2286, 3d; 2289.3d.; 2290, 4d.; 2294, 2s. ld; 2296. 10d.; 2297, 3d.; 2299, 3d.; 2301, 3d; 2303. 3d; 2404, le. 4d . 1657. 10d.; 2163, 8d.: 2172, 8d.; 2202, le. 5d.; 2209, 54.; 2229, 4d.; 2235, 10,1; 2260, 3d.; 2261, 3d; 2264. 11d. : 2266, is 7d.; 2268, 3d.; 2271, 3d.; 2272. 3d.; 2273, 3d.; 2274. 7d; 2275, 5d.; 2276, 5d.; 2278. 5d.; 2279, 10d.; 2281, le. ld.; 2283. is. 4d.; 2284, 3d.; 2285, Dd.; 2287. 3d.; 2288, 8d.; 2291, 3d.: 2292, 10d.; 2293, is. ld.; 2298, 9d.; 2300, 7d.; 2302, 3d; 2304. 3d.; 2305, 10d.; 2306, 3d.; 2307. 10d.; 2310. ',6d; 2312, (3d.; 2813, 10d.; f.314. 3d; 2315. 9(1.: 2316. le. ld.; 2317.8d.; 2318, 3d.; 2319, 3d.; 2320, 8d.; 2821, Sd.; 2322, 3d.; 2323, 6d.; 2324, 3d.; 2325. 3d.; 2326. 4d.; 2327, 5d.; 2328, 10d; 2329, 6d.; 2331. 3d.; 2332, 3d.; 2333. 3d.; 2335, 11d.; 23.36, 3d.; 2337. 3d.; 2338, 3d; 2339, 3d; 2340, 4d.; 2342, 6d.; 2343. 6d.; 2344,10d.; 2347, 3d.; 2348. 3d.; 2349.3d.; 2350, 6(1; 2353, 3d; 23.55. 3d.; 2.357, 8(1.; 2360, 6(1.; 2361, 3d.; 2367, Od.; 2373, 5(1.; 2378, 3d.; 2403. 3d.; 2841, 8d.; 2236. 10d.; 2239.5d.; 2309.7d.; 2334, le 9d.; 2341, le.; 2346, 6d; 2351. 6(1.; 2852, 9(1.; 2354, 9(1.; 2356, 3d.; 2358, 2s. 5d.; 2362. 3d.; 2364, 10d.; 2365, 6d.; 2366, ad.; 2.368, 10d.; 2369, 3d.; 2370, 10d.; 2371, 3d.; 2372. 7d.; 2374, 3d.; 2375. le. 3d.; 2377, 3d.; 2379, 3d.; 2380, 5d.; 2381. le.; 2382, 5(1.; 2384, 8d.: 2385, 11d.; 2386, 2s. 3d.; 2388, 4(1.; 2389, 8d.; 2390, 11d.; 2391, 9d.; 2392. 3d.; 2393, 3d.; 2395, 3d.; 2397, 7d.; 2400. 9d.; 2402, le.; 2405, 6d.; 2406, 9d.; 2409. 8(1.; 2410, (id.; 2412, 8(1.; 2414, le. ld.; 2415, 3d.; 2416, 3d.; 2418, 3d.; 2420, 6d.; 2423, 3d.; 2427, 3d.; 2481, 3d.; 2464, 3d.; 2528. 7,1.; 2311. le.; 2345, 4d.; 2376, 10(1.; 2883, 3d.; 2387, 5d.; 2394, 7d.; 2396, 3d.; 2398, 5d.; 2401, &I.; 2407, 9d.; 2408, le. 5d.; 2411, 2s. ld.; 2413, 6d.; 2417, 5d.; 2419, 3d.; 2421, 7d.; 2424, 3d.; 2425, 11d.; 2428, 10d.; 2429, 10d.; 2430, le. 2d.; 2432, 7d.; 2434, is. 5d.; 2435, 3d.; 2136, 9d.; 2437, 6(1.; 2440, 9d.; 2445, 10(1.; 2448, 10(1.; 2447, 3d.; 2448, 3d.; 2449, 3d.; 2450, ; 2452. 3(1. : 2454, 8d.; 2456, 7(1. • 2459, 3d.; 2460, 3d.; 2461, 3d.; 2462, 6d. 2465, 3d.; 2466, 6d.; 2468, is. 9d.; 2470, 11d. 2472, 3d.; 2473, 3d.; 2474, le. 4d.; 2475, 3d. 2476, is. 4d.; 2477, 7d.; 2478, 3d.; 2481, 7(1. 2482, 3d.; 2484, 3d.; 2489, 6d.; 2492, 5d. 2498, 3d.; 2504, 6d.; 2507, 3d.; 2.510, 3d. 2526, 6d.; 2527, 3d.; 2529. 3d. 2530. is. 2539, 4d.: 2483, 3d.; 2439, Od.; 2451, (kl. 2453, 3d.; 2457, 7d; 2458. ls. lid.; 9463, 10d. 2471, 9d.; 2480, 7d.; 2483, 3d.; 2435, 2487, 6d.; 2488, 7d.; 2490, 10d.; 2491, 3d. 2493, is. 4d.; 2494, 3d.; 2406, 3d.; 2497,10d.; 2499, 3d.; 2501, 9d.: 2502, 3d.; 2503, 7d.; 2508, 3d.; 2506, 6d.; 2509, 3d.; 2511, 7d.; 2512, 3d.; 2513, 6(1.; 2514, 3d.; 2515, Sd.; 2516, 3d.; 2517, 3d.; 2518, 3d.; 2519, 9d.; 2520, 10d.; 2521, 3d.; 2522, 3d.; 2523, 10d. : 2524, 7d.; 2532, 3d.; 2533, 3d.; 2534, 3d.; 2536. 3d.; 2537, 3d.; 2538, Od.; 2540, 8d.; 2541, 7d.; 2542. 3d.; 2543, 9d.; 2545, lod.; 2546, 9d; 2547, 3d.; 2548, 5d.; 2549, 8d.; 2551, 9d.; 2553, 3d.; 2554, 8d.; 2557, 3d. : 2559, 3d.; 2560, 3d; 2561, 3d.; 2503, 3d.; 2564. 10d.; 2565, 3d.; 2506. Od.; 2570. 3d.; 2571, 10d.: 2308, 8d.; 2399, 6d.; 2426, 4d.; 2438, 7d.; 2444, 10d.; 2467, 2a. 4d.; 2469, 3d.; 2479, 3d.; 2495, 5d.; 2500. 5d.; 2508, 9d.; 2531, 6d.; 2544, 3s. 6d.; 2550, 10d.; 2552, le. 3d.; 2555, 10d.; 2562, 7d.; 25;t:, 9d.; 2571, 3d.; 2572, le. 4d.; 2673, 3d.; 2574, 9d.; 2575, 3d.; 2576, 4d. 2578, 2s. 2d.: 2581, 7d.; 2585, 4d.; 2589, la. ld.; 2597, 10d.; 2005, 9d.; 2615, 9d.; 2628, 3d.; 2632, 3d.; 2686, 3d.; 2923, 3d.; 2556, 3d.; 2558, 0d.; 2577, 10d.; 2579, 3d.: 2.580, 7d.; 2582, 2s. 2d.; 2583, 3d.; 2584, 3d.; 2586, le. 2d.; 2587, le.; 2590, 7d.; 2591, 3d.; 2595, 5d.; 2598, 7d.; 2599, 5d.; 2601, 3d.; 2602, 3d.; 2603, 3d. : 2604, 3d.; 2606, 3d.; 2607, 3d.; 2610, 10d.; 2611, 9d.; 2613, 3d.; 2614, 3d.; 2616, 6d.; 2618, 3d.; 2620, 3d.; 2621, 3d.; 2623, 3d.; 2624, 6d.; 2625, 10d.; 2630, 4d.; 2631, 5d.; 2637. 3d.; 2638, 7(1.; 2639, is.; 2722, 6(1.; 2798. 5d.; 2817. 3d.; 2455, is. ld.; 2509, 7d.; 2588, 7d.; 2504, is. lid.; 2596, 8d.; 2600. 6d.; 2608, 3d.; 2609, 7d.; 2612, 3d.; 2617, 6d.; 2619, 7d.; 2622, 10d.; 2620, 7d.; 2627, 10d.; 2629, 7d.; 2633, 10d.; 2634, 3d.; 2640, 3d:; 2641, 10c1.; 2642, &I.; 2843, 7d.; 2644, 6(1.; 2645, lld.; 2646, 3d.; 2647, 3d.; 2048. 28. 5d.; 2649, 10d.; 2650, &l.; 2651, 3d.; 2652, 3d.; 2653, 3d.; 2654, 3d.; 2055, lod.; 2656, 841.; 2657, is. 5d.; 2658, 9d.; 2659, 0(1. : 2661, is. 8d.; 2663, 3d.; 2684, 3d.; 2665, 3d. : 2666. 3d.; 2067, 3d.; 2668, 10c1.; 2669, 3d.; 2670. 3d.; 2673, 3d.; 2674, 5d.; 2675, 3d. : 2678, 3d.; 3679, 3d.; 2680, 10d.; 2682, 3d.; 2684, 3d.; 2685, 3d.; 2086, 6d.; 2687. 5d. 2688, 3d.; 2689, 3d.; 2090, 3d.; 2092, 3d.; 2093, 3d.; 2694, 10(1.; 2097, 3d.; 2098, 5d : 2699, 3d.; 2700. 6d.; 2707. 3d.; 2713, 3d; 2721, 8c1.; 2727, 3d.; 2747, 3d.

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