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Grants of Provisional Protection for Six Months. List of Names

  • Abraham, John, Gauge for Gauging Wire and Sheet Metal, 217
  • Absterdan, John, Electric Telegraph Tables, 293
  • Adams, John, Revolver Fire-arms, 445
  • Addison, John, H.E.I.C.S., Discovering and Destroying hydrogen and Carburetted Hydrogen Gas, 3S6
  • Adshead, Thomas Sidebottom, and John Platt, Carding Cotton and other Fibrous :Materials, 254
  • Adshead, Thomas, and Abraham Holden, Grinding of Carding Engine Rollers, 4!,2
  • Agar. John, and William A;ar. Watches and Keys for the same. 103
  • Akerman, William Henry Hine, Organs, 424
  • Alcan, Emile, Refining Paratfine, 254
  • Alean. E., Looms, 463
  • Alexander, Edouard, Organs, 30
  • Alger, Charles Coffey, Furnace for Smelting Iron, 349
  • Alison, John, Preparing Vegetable Substances for Feeding Animals, 85
  • Allen, Job. and John Young, Preventing Oscillation In Carriages upon Railways, 329
  • Allison, David, and John Livingston, Regulating the Weight or Pressure to top Rollers used in Spinning, 3s6
  • Allmann, Fennell Herbert, Valves and Taps, 329
  • Alsop, Joseph, and Edward Fairburn, Bread, Biscuits, and Cakes, 140
  • Amos, Charles Edward, Driving Rotary Pumps, 445
  • Anderson, Frederick Bonaparte, Slow Match for Bhisting and Mining Operations, 434
  • Anderson, Sir James Caleb, Locomotive and other Carriages, 293
  • Anderton, John, Jonas Foster Rushworth, and Joseph Beim. Moulding and Carving Wood and Stone, 158
  • Anderton, William. Railway Chairs, 4.15
  • Apperly, James, and William ClIssold, Carding Engines, and in Condensers applicable thereto, 13
  • Apperly, J., and W. Clissold, Carding and Condensing Engines, 3S6
  • Apperly, J., and . Clissold, Feeding Fuel to Furnaces, 482
  • Applegath. Augustus, Printinz Machines, 329
  • Arbel, Lucien, ‘V heels for Carriages on Rail. ways, 349
  • Archer, Henry, Envelopes, 254
  • Archer. Thomas, jun., Cutting off and Heading Lengths of Metal, 3E6
  • Armstrong, William George. Adjusting Ordnance for Fire by Night or Day, 163
  • Arnall, Josiah Claughton, and tpeorge Green-how, Glass Bottles and Jars, 140
  • Aroux, Guillaume Felix, Seed Drills. 158
  • Arthington, Joseph. and Henry Smith, Better Illumination of the Davy Lamp, 103
  • Libby, John, Cleansing Wheat and other Grain from Smut and other injurious matters, 274
  • Ashcroft, Peter, Alarm Signals for the Prevention of Accidents on Railways, 217
  • Ashton. Thomas. Teasing, Carding, and Combing Engines. 140
  • Aitchison, Robert Ker, Brake applicable to Wheeled Carriages, 445
  • Atba. Joseph Richard. William Pearson, and William Spurr, Railway Signals, 236
  • Atkinson, Robert. Male Attire, 329
  • Atkinson, Robert, and Thomas Breary, Loom Pickers, 386
  • Aucher, Auguste Joseph, Elastic Tissues for Ladies' Petticoats, 235
  • Austin, James, Ploughing or Cultivating Land, 140
  • Avery, John, Steam Engines, 103
  • Avril, Charles, Printing SurfAce of Blocks. Plates, or other similar Bodies, 158
  • Ayckbourn. Frederick. Bird Cages,445
  • Aytoun, Robert, Safety Cages fur Mines, 217
  • Bacon, Joshua Butters. Horseshoe Nails, 274
  • Bsequeville- Pieter!, Virginie, Outside Blinds for Windows, 30
  • Badge, Richard John, Railway Chairs, 103
  • Badge, R. J., Securing Railway Chairs to the Sleepers, 349
  • Ballo, Louis Albert, Metallic Alloys, 103
  • Bahn, L. A.. Galvanising Metals, 85
  • Bailey, Joseph Sharp. Combing Wool and other Fibrous Materials, 30
  • Baines. Hugh, Prevention of Accidents to Lifting Machines, 405
  • Bakewell, Frederick Collier, Preparation for U‘e of Catmic Alka6ie, 293
  • Balboni, Pa'cal, Propeller, 329
  • Bahlerstone, Robert Glass, Cultivating Land,
  • Baldctrini, Pierre Alberto, .Sounding at Sea and in other Water, 217
  • Baldstrini, V. A., PAying out Submarine Telegraph Cables, .105
  • Barber. John, Rollers for Printing Woven Fabrics, 293
  • Barlow, Alfred, Jaiviard A priarattr4. 330
  • Barlow, Charles, Steam and Air Engines and Furnaces, 463
  • Barlow. C., Brick-makin; Machine. f'17
  • Ha: km, C., Life-preserving Garments, 329
  • Barlow, Henry Bernoulli, Self. acting Mules for Spinning. 153
  • Barnard, Charle', and John Bishop, Washing Machine, 330
  • Barnard, Benedict, and Alfred Rosenthal), Fringerl Fabric. 3S6
  • Barre, Gamier Olivier de la. Obtaining and A pplyinc Motive Power, 13
  • Bnrsanti, huzene. and Felix Matteucci, Obtaining Motive Power from Gases, 31
  • Bartlett, Hi.nry Critchett, Paper, 405
  • Barton, John Evcrard, Winding ‘Vorsted on to Creel Bobbins of Carpet Looms, 123
  • Barwell. William, Casting Metals, 140
  • Batho, William Fothergill, and Eug'ene Moritz l3auer, Drilling :And Boring Metak, and Cutting Key-ways and Cotter.holes, 445
  • Bauerrichter. Henry, and Gustave Gottgetreu, Adaptation of Stereoscopic Apparatus, 158
  • Baxter, Edward William, Preparing Glass Labels, 140
  • Baxter, George, Printinz in Colours, 30
  • Bayliss, William, Chain Cable, 293
  • Beale. John, Rotary Engine, 158
  • Beard, George, Producing Impressions on Surface'. 330
  • Becker. Johann Philippe, Silvering Vegetable and Mineral Objects, 67
  • Beckers, Louis, Exhibiting Views and Pictures, 309
  • Beech, William, nenerating and applying Motive Power, 13
  • Beinhatier, Henry, Extracting Water from Mines, 44$
  • Bell, William Howard, Permanent Way of Railways, 463
  • Hell, George, Reaping and Mowing Machine!, 236
  • Bell, Thomas. Alkaline Salts. 349
  • Bellhouse, Edward Taylor. and William John Doming, Hydraulic Presses, 85
  • Bellhouse, E. T., and W. J. Dodiing, Steam Boilers. $5
  • Bennett, James Henry, Engines to be Worked by Atmospheric Pressure or Steam, or by both in combination, 140
  • Bennett, James Henry, Safety Valves, 424
  • Bennett, Joseph, Boring Tools for %% ells, 140
  • Bensen, Gerd Jacob, Drying Sugar. 254
  • Benseo, G. J., Moulded Sugar, 445
  • Benson, James William. Bows of Watches, Inc.. 179
  • Bentham, William, Harmoniums, 349
  • Bentley. Joseph, Firearms, 349
  • Berard. Peter Hippolyte Gustave, Azotic Cotton for Photographic Purposes, 85
  • Berard. P. H. G., Concentrated Collodion, 103
  • Bernard, Camille, Heating Apparatus, 482
  • Bernard. Julian. Boots and Shoes. 349
  • Bertin, Edmond, Fibre suitable for the Purposes to which Hemp and Flax are usually applied, 140
  • Berton, Loon Louis Vonore. Ornamental Wrappers for Fabrics, 951
  • Bertram, James, and John Louis JuIlion, Paper, 158
  • Bertwistle. John, and Daniel Bertwistle, Ventilating. 140
  • Bessemer, Henry. Iron and Steel, 145
  • Bessemer, H., Cast Steel, 271
  • Bessemer, H., Malleable Iron, Steel, Railway Bars. Plates, and Rods, 4( 5
  • Bessemer, H., Treating and Smelting of Iron Ores, 415
  • Bessemer, II.. Treating Iron Ores. 415
  • BestvrIck, W ilham. Skirt Springs, 309
  • Bethel,, John. Ships and other Vessels, 140
  • Bethel!, J., Trenching and Cultivating Land, 368
  • Bettie. Phillip. Watches, •163
  • Bickford, John, Cutting Gutters for Irrigating Land, &c., 30
  • Biggs, James. Folding Perambulator. 48
  • Binks. William, Treatment and Application of Superheated Steam, 463
  • Birch, Richard, and Robert Bradbury, Clear. tng and Mixing Hatters' Furs. 158
  • Bird, William, Richard Ashton, and Thomas Bird, Looms and Pickers. 4S2
  • Blakely, Alexander Theophilus, Laying Sub. marine Tete:I.:40i Cables, 366
  • Blanc. Francois Jules, Tyre for NVheels, 217
  • Biandford, llenry, 1)istributin4 Manure, 158
  • Bleibtreu, 1)r. Hermann, Preparing Coke for Metallurgical Processes, 30
  • Blinkhorn, Grinding. Smoothing, and Glass, 482
  • Blount, Edouard Marcelitis, Distillin; 1293
  • Bobceuf, Pierre Alexis Franeisse, Preserving and oVierwise Treatinr, Artimpl anti eze. tab:e Substances, and in itie Purification of Oils employed therein,•2?,,r,
  • IL‘liller, Rudolph, Locomotive Steam Engines, 13
  • Bolton, Richard, NVeighting the Yarn beam in Loom., 14o
  • Booth, 11ajor, aid James Farmer, Stiffcniii: and Fini.hing Woven Fabrics, 415
  • Borland, John Preparing and Doubling Fibrous Material', 254
  • Bosworth, John A lleyne, Grinding and Crush. ing, 179
  • Bottomley, Samuel. James 13ottomley, and Thomas Bottomley, Rotary Shuttle-boxes. for Weaving Checks, Plaids, Figured and Fancy Goods, 217
  • Botturi, Sebastien, Movable Chairs and Seats,
  • Botturi, S., Oven for the Carbonisation and Distillation of all Animal and Vegetable Matters, 217
  • Bound, Sebastien, Textile Goods by means of a Frame which replaces the Jacquard Lcom, 2?5
  • Bough, Willir.m. Lamps for Burning Resin Oil', 85
  • Bouret Aupu‘te, Loom, 329
  • Bourgeois, Mme, Preparing Liqour for Tan. nine, 424
  • Bourne, Stephen, Felted Fabrics. 8:)
  • Bourry Erne.t. Auguste, NVorking and Moulding Clay, (;7
  • Bourry, E. A., Kilns for Burning Bricks and other Ceramic Matters, 85
  • Brin•fleld Frederick, Soap, 103
  • Boustield, George Tomlinson, Fire-Arms and in Detonating Compounds, 463
  • Boustield, G. T., Dough for Bread, 424
  • Bousfield, G. T., Castors, 421
  • Bousflcld, G. T., Sewing Needles, 179
  • Bouitleld, G. T., Wheels and Axle-Boxes, 31
  • Bousrield, G. 'I'., Feeding; Water to Steam Boilers, 140
  • Bousfield, G. T., Collapsible Boats, 482
  • Bou'fleld, G. T., Retarding and Stopping Car. rites, 140
  • Bowden, Thomas, Discharging the Water Resulting from tho Condensing of Steam, 67
  • owler, William, liats, 329 130.0, Alexander, Lee Brook, Spinning and Doubling, 329
  • Boyd, Jame% Edward, Skates, 386
  • Branson, Thomas Frederick, and George liti;has, Door Springs. 463
  • Bradford, Thomas, Washing Clothes. which Apparatus is also Applicable to Churning, t
  • Bradley, John, Engraving Metallic Cylinders employed for Printing Calico, 15$
  • Brady, John Drumgoole, Saddles, 236
  • Brasier, Edward, Treating Flax ml other N'e;zetable Fibres, 31
  • Brazil, Clarance, Looms for Wearing, 31
  • Brewer, Thomas, Cutting and Reducing Turnips end other Vegetable Substancek,
  • Brianclinu, James Joseph Henri, Colouring and Orament in; Glass, Porcelain, and other Ceramic Substances, ito3
  • Bridgman, Thomas Cooper, Scroens or Sieves, 48
  • Briggs, Edward, Printed Piled Fabric, 349
  • Brinsmead, 11c ry, Beaters of Threshing Machines, 217
  • Brinsmead, 11., Dressing Corn, 31
  • Brinton, John, and James Crabtree, Weft Yarn of Carpet., -1S2
  • Rroiil, James, Lamp, 293
  • B-ooke, Robert Law rence,Discharging, " Paying out," and Submerging Electric Telegraph Cables from Ships or Vessel., 217
  • Brookes, William, Combing Wool, 319
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, Propelling Ve3sell', 103
  • Brooman, It, A., Scouring or Extracting Oil and Grease from Woollen Fabrics, and for Extracting Ouinmy Matter from Silk, 103
  • Brooman, lt. A., Gas Burners, 421
  • Brooman, R. A., Circular Sawing Machinery, 158
  • Brooman, R. A., Fc rming the Joints of Pipes, 319
  • Brooman, R. A., Fabrics Suitable for Petti. coats, 463
  • Brooman, R. A., Hats and other Coverings for the lead. 103
  • Brooman, R. A., Cocks and Valves, 03
  • Brooman, R. A., Casks for containing Liquids, 463
  • Brooman, R. A., Motive Power Engines, 140 Brooman, R. A. Taking Photographic Pictures, 3.9
  • Brooman, R. A , Dofccating Sugar and ,:tier Saccharine Matters, and of Itellni,q or Rectifying Alcohol, ?1;
  • Brooman. R. A , Seoring Games and Points at Games. 349
  • Brooman, R. A., Boats, 336
  • Broomall, R. A , Raising and Lowering Bodies in Mines, in Ventilating Mines, and in Extracting Water therefrom, 293
  • Brooman, R. A., Decomposing Soapy Wash Waters, and Treating such Fatty Matters, 293
  • Brooman, R. A., Composition for Maintaining the Brilliancy of Patent Leather, -18
  • Brooman, R. A., Distilling, and Apparatus employed therein, 30
  • Brooman. R. A., Engraving and of Copying FiAures and other Devices, 44
  • Brooman, R. A., Breech-Loading Fire-Arms, IS
  • Brooman, R. A., Fabrics Suitable for Petit. coats, s5
  • Brooman, R. A., Pumps, 13
  • Brooman, R. A., Pipes and Tubes, 140
  • Brooman, R. A., Connecting Carriages and Wagons on Railways. 103
  • Brooman, R. A., Vices, 103
  • Brooman, R. A., I'roduccd Figured Fabrics, 349
  • Brooman, R. A., Furnaces, 13
  • Brotherhood, Peter, Boilers and Furnaces. 415
  • Brown, Henry. and William Brown, W hip Socket, 329
  • Brown, James, Paper, 30
  • Brown, Richard, Moulding Metals. 274
  • Brown, Thomas, Machinery for Raising and Lowering Weif.,,hts, '217
  • Brewne, Tom no, Ascertaining the Actual Acclivity and Declivity of Bodies, 85
  • Brunot, Prosper, Springs for Petticoats, 110
  • Brussaut, Pierre Alphonse, Anti.Friction Apparatus for Revolving Surfaces, .163
  • Buchanan, James, Smoke Consuming Apparatus, 4Y2
  • Buchanan, J., Heddles for Weaving, 31 Buchholz, Gustav Adolph, Hulling and Cleaning Rue and other Grain, s5
  • Buckley, John, and Thomas Wrigley, SelfActing Mules, 179
  • Bullock,Thomas,Self-CleansingWater.Closets, 30
  • Bunn, I.ockington St. Lawrence, Wellington Boots, 31
  • Burnett, Joseph, Bending and Shaping Metals, Orr
  • Burdon, Joseph Augustus, Producing Expansion in Steam and other Motive Power Engines, 13
  • Burgess. William, Reaping and Mowing Machines, 5
  • Burleigh, Benjamin, Laying Submarine Telegraphs, 293
  • Burnett. Jonathan, Chlorido or Lime, 140
  • Burot, Francois, Gilding and Plating over Silk, and all other Textile and Fibrous Matters, 140
  • Burton, John Watson, and George Pre, Rollers used for Pressing Fabrics, , 293
  • Burrow:, James, Steam Engines, 140
  • Butler, Augustus Frederick, Pulping Coffee, 463
  • Butler, Frederick Mortimer, Ventilators for Chimney 330
  • Butler. John, and Joseph Pitts, Fastening Tyres on Wheels for Railway Carriages, 254
  • Butler, Samuel, Ornamental Bobbin Net, 103
  • Butler, Spilshury. Hearse, 254
  • Bylandt, Alfred Count de, Propelling, 293
  • Cadby. Charlei, Pianofortes. 3$6
  • Caldicott, Th inhiS Ford, Planes, 31
  • Caldwell, William, Fluid Meter, 02
  • Cardwell, Thomas, Compressing Articles, XS
  • Cal% err, Francis Alton. Ginning Cotton, 330
  • Cat% ert, Frederick Crace, and Chaska Lowe. Size, :5
  • Calvert, William, Obtaining Motive Power by the Action of th.: 339
  • Cambridge, William Colborne, Press Wheel 11.11et?.. 140
  • Cambridge, W . (L, Construction arid Working of Entile,s Travelling Railways, 158
  • Canig, ilmelm Adolf von. Compound to be used as a Sub,titute for Gum, and other Adhesive Materials, 85
  • Canouil, Germair, Matches., 405
  • Cantelo, James, Preparation and Application of Graves for Animal Food. 463
  • Cantelo, W. J., Vegetable Matters, 179
  • Cardin, James Joseph. Brakes for Omnibuses.
  • Carleman, Carl Gustaf, Submerged Propellers for Propelling Vessels, 31
  • Carmichael. Peter. Calendering and Mangling Cloth, 2:7
  • Carter, John, and Brook Hodgson, Weaving Carpets, 48
  • Cartwright Henry, Steam Enzinea. 217
  • Cavalerie, Francois, Motive Power Engines, 24)3
  • Cavendy, Edward, Taking Zenith Observation At Sea of any Planet, 3,43
  • Chadwick. David, and Herbert Frost, Mea. miring Water. 13
  • Chadwick, James, Rollers for Printing Surfaces, 349
  • Chambers, George. Separating Cinders from A•hes and Economising Fuel, 1:,8
  • Champion, James, Spindles and Flyers for Preparing and Doubling Fibrous Materials, 31
  • Chanter, John, and David Annan. Furnaces when Moveable Bars are used, 103
  • Charlesworth, Henry, and William Chapman, Preparing fibrous Substances to be Spun, 424
  • Charlwood, George Washington, Mowing and Reaping, 31
  • Chartier, Jules Alphonse, Steam Engines. 236
  • Cha.serot, Antoine Alphonse, 13rcech.loading Fire Arms, 4S2
  • Chiaiidi, Alexandre Henri Charles, Combustion of certain Products of i'eat, 3GS
  • Child, John, and Joseph Child, Double-barrelled Gun Is ith Elevated Rifle Tubuhr Rib, 424
  • Chowler, George, Fog, Wreck, and other Buoy:-, 309
  • Chubb. John. Construction of Iron Safes and Doors for Strong Rooms. 293
  • Church, Jabez, Artificial Fuel, 67
  • Ciceri, Louis Frederic Ernest, White as a Ham* of C.lour. 4S2
  • Clark, Daniel Kinnear. Furnaces for Promoting the Combustion of Fuel, 482
  • Clark, Edwin, and Joseph Henry Tuck, Block-in:: or Supporting Ships and Vessels for tho Purpose of Docking them, 31
  • Clark, George Pemberto”, Safety-valve for Steam Boilers, 31
  • Cloet, Isidore Charles, Rice and Barley Mill, 85
  • Clark. Josiah Latimer, Conveying Letters or Parcels between Places by the Pressure of Air and Vacuum, 30
  • Clark, Matthew, Preparation of Cloth, 103
  • Clark, :lose,, and George Bertram, Cutting Paper, 140
  • Clark, hoheri, Prevention of Smoke, 405
  • Clark, William, Rails for Railways 3;:6
  • Clark, W., Cardirg Fibrous Substances, 386
  • Clark, V., Tackle Blocks, 3S6
  • Clark, W., Jacquard Apparatus, 274
  • Clark, W,, Portable Rails or NVays to ve. hides. 23i;
  • Clarke, Williain, Mureside.121
  • Clarke, W Connecting and Working Brakes for Railway Carriages, 42-1
  • Clark, William Stettinius. and Benjamin Moore, Cutting Splints for Friction Matches, 24.13
  • Clark, W. S., Hay and Hop Preece, 179
  • Clark, W. S., Copying Presses, 30
  • Clark, W. S, Kegs for Holding Gunpowder, 15S
  • Clark, W. S., Cleaning and Polishing Knives, 13
  • Clark, W. S., Automatic Feeding Printing Press, 110
  • Clark, W. S., Artificial ices from Cream and other Liquids, 30
  • Clark, W. S., Sticks used by Watchmakers. also Applicable. to the Sharpening of Lead Pencils, &c., 30
  • Clark, W. S. Harvest.ng Grain and Grass Crop!, a, d in the Automatic Delivery theive4, 110
  • Clarke, Henry, Rotary Engines, 13
  • Clarke, 11., lanes of Steam Ves,e1•, and in the Method of Propelling the same, 217
  • Clarke, John, Shaft. and Poles for Cabs and other Vehicles, 4 i5
  • Clarke, Smile), Burning sight Lights or Mortar., .93
  • Clarke, William Alexandrr, Applying Hot Air and Vapour Baths, Mt Clay, Lliarle, Scarify ing and Cultivating Land, 405
  • Clay, John, paddles, 140
  • Clay. W damn. Met.ti Knees, 463
  • Clav, Points, 8%%itches, and Crossings, 445
  • Cleft', Robert, Registering ApparatuR, 463
  • cnty, .1, Applying the Air from the Bellows to the Forge. 159
  • Samuel, Purification of Certain Oases 235
  • Cloet, Isidore Charles, Treating and Dressing Rice, 254
  • Clues, 1 horns., and John Macintosh, Bottling with Fluids, 103
  • Coates, Henry, Heating Liquids used in Bleitehins, Dyeing, Soaping, Clearing, and Sizeing. 236
  • Cochrane, John Richard, Treatment of Ornamental Fabrics, 443
  • Cocker, James, Gauge for Measuring Wire, Cocker, J.. Wire, 329
  • Cocker, J., Heating Wire or other Metal?, 329
  • Cockey, Edward, Henry Cockey, and Francis Christopher Cockey, Regulating the Flow of Fluids, 349
  • Colheck, Simeon, and William Henry Colbeck Looms, 274
  • Coleman, Ebenezer, Lathes for Turning Bolts and other Articles in Metal, 445
  • Coleman. Richard, Ploughing and Scarifying Land, 1M
  • Colder, George, William Noble, and Ward Holroyd, l utting and Planing Wood, and in the Tools employed therein, 217
  • Collingridge, Henry, Separating Metallic Sub. stances for Coffee, 179
  • Collins, John Scott, Reeling and Furling of Ships' Sails, 140
  • Combe, James, Hacking and Preparing Fihroue Substances, 40
  • Cominal, Ettenue, Printing Shawls and other Tissues, 31
  • Conway, Joseph, Copper Rollers for Printing, 140
  • Cook. Thomas, Cutting and Packing Matche 424
  • Cooke, Luke, Preparing Fibrous Substances to be Spun, 140
  • Cooper, George, Safety-lamps, 67
  • Cooper. William Archibald, Navigation of Steam Iressels, 483
  • Cope, John, Buttons, 445
  • Cottam, George Halien, and Henry Richard Cottam, Children's Cots and Metallic Bedsteads, 236
  • Cottam, G. H., and H. R. Cottam, Children's Cots and Metallic Bedsteads, 158
  • Cottam, G. H., and 11. R. Cottam, Stable Fittings , 3S6
  • Coulson, Samuel, Preparing Solutions for Coating with Aluminium, 158
  • Coupe, Joseph, Power Looms, 217
  • Coutent, Alphonse. Forging and Rolling Iron Wheels for Railways, 30
  • Cousins. John James, Steam Ploughs, 405
  • Coo oil. Lambert, Teaching the Art of Swim-minz, 85
  • Cowham, Henry Vennor, Breaking or Pulverising Land. 103
  • Cowper, Charles, Solutions and Extracts of the Colouring Matter of Madder for Dyeing and Printing, 13
  • Cowper, Edward Alfred, Furnaces for Heating Air and other Elastic Fluids, 13
  • Cox, John, Progress in Swimming, 140
  • Cox, Nathaniel, Railways, 30
  • Craig, ‘Villiam Grindley, Wheels formEd of Cast Metal, 329
  • Craven Jonas, Weaving, 386
  • Creeke, Christopher Crabb, Earthenware Pipes. 029
  • Creswell. George Henry, Supplying Ink or other Mixture for Stamps, 13
  • Cressweil, Randal, Lubricating Boxes fot Axle-, atc , 30
  • Crick, Thomas, and John Throne Crick, Boots, Shoes, and Slippers, 293
  • Crocker, Elijah James, Rigging of Ships, $5
  • Croft*, William, 'Weavings in Bobbin Net or Twist Lace Machinery, 254
  • Croll, Alexander Angus, Treatment of Liquors containing Combinations of Sul-ph.ir with Ammonia, 67
  • Crompton, Henry, Stretching Woven Fabrics, 30
  • Crook, William, Gilbert Rushton, and Joseph Crowt her, Looms, $5
  • Crossley, Daniel Jones, Treatment of Certain Textile Fabrics, 158
  • Crossley, John, Grinding and Smoothing Glass and other Substances, 30
  • Cumming, George, Thermometric, Hygrometric, and Barometric Purposes, 236
  • Cummins, Nicholas NI ars h al I, Indicating the Proximity of Icebergs, 103
  • Curtis, John Edward Borningham. Filing Papers or other Documents, 463
  • Curtis. William Joseph, Slotting, Boring, and Surfacmg, 445
  • Cutler, George, Mangles, 67
  • Dalgety, Alexander, Rotary Engines and Pump., I.5s 140
  • Daly, Daniel Joseph, Venting Casks and Preserving them from Bursting,
  • D'Ainblv, Charles, Cutting and Preparing Horn, 31
  • Danchell, Frederic Ludwig Hahn, and Henry Kimi,er, hire and Waterproof Bricks, Plates. and similar Articles, 67
  • Daniel, Thomas, Drawing Frames, 13
  • Daniell, Henry John, Communicating by Signals between the Pilot and Steersman, 424
  • Darine, Louis Joseph Almldor, Gutta Percha 61iie, 30
  • Danvers, Patrick, and George Whitfield Billings, Rolling Eloops and Wheel Tyres, 140
  • Dauglish, Juhn, Dough, 'ill
  • Davis. Albert John, Protective Sandal for Bathers, 445
  • Davis, George Daniel, Working Windlasses, 217
  • Davies, Charles Davl(1, Substitute for Halr in the Manufacture of Cloths used in Seed Crushing, 13
  • Davies, George, Combustion of Fuel, 309 Davies, G., Woven Fabrics, 293
  • Davies, G , Marine Steam Engine Governor, 85
  • Davies, G., Weighing Grain, 31
  • Davies, Hichard, Washing Machine., 329
  • Davies. Samuel, Heating the Feedwater of Steam Boilers, 329
  • Davison Robert, and James Lee, Selvedge of Linen, or any other Fabric, while in the Act of Weavirg, 140
  • Davy, Joseph, and William Bentley, Looms fair Weaving, 424
  • Dawes, William, Pistons of Steam Engines, 103
  • Day, Horace Hollister, Treating Gutta Percha, 31
  • Day, H. H., Elastic Fabrics, 31
  • Dar, H. H , Preparing and Vulcanising India Rubber or other Analogous Gums, 48
  • De Bergue, Charles, Condensing and Cooling Purposes, 85
  • De tilaquiere, William Barnard, Connecting the Ends of Submarine Electric Telegraph
  • De Chodzko, Napoleon Felix Boreiko, Furnaces for Heating Boilers, 463
  • De Clerville, John Julius Clero, Oil-cloth and Imitation Leather, 103
  • De Clivele, Charles, Boots, Shoes, Harness, and t)rivirg Straw, 386
  • De Crietoforte. Lui2i, Regulating the Ascent and Descent ol the Railway Locomotives on Inclined Planes, 309
  • De Cristoforis, L., Vehicle Wheels, 386
  • De Normandy, Alphonse Rene le Mire. and Edward Thornhill Simpson, Soap, 254
  • De Schuttenbach, Anton, Fatty Nlatters for the Manufacture of Candles, 13
  • De Sivray, Francoise Honorine Felice Bertrand, Bedsteads, 445
  • Deacon, Henry, Caustic Soda from ',ignore obtained in the Manufacture of Alkali, 463
  • Deacon, 11., Soda and Potash, 42
  • Deakin, William, and William Phillips, Metallic Pens and Pen Holders, 140
  • Deane, Edward, Weapon to be used either as a Sword or as a PisVd, 319
  • Debax- I alabas, Cisimir, Lithographic Printing Pre'ses, 463
  • Deft, Guillaume, Preventing Incrustation in Boilers, 158
  • Delevante, Charlotte, Bouquet Holders, 274
  • Delf, William, jun , Ploughs, 386
  • Dolmas, Florentin, Ventilating Ships, and other Places, 85
  • Denizot, Bernard, and Charles Flipps, Railway Breaks, 103
  • Denton, Joseph. looms, 445
  • Depinhay Pre-Hamon, Alexander Amend Noel, Windmills, 85
  • Dessales, Alexis Jean, Lamps for Railway Carrias,r4s, and other Oil Lamps, 217
  • Devon, William, Flushing Water-closets, 463
  • D'Helle, Julien, and Albert Viscount de Waresquiel, Railway Rolling Stock, 482
  • Direks, Henry, Fire-escape, 236
  • Dieulafait, Jules Clovis, Garments, 309
  • Dobson, Arthur, Bleaching and Finishing Fabrics, 103
  • Dolman, Henry, Dressing Glasses, 483
  • Dona*, Jean Baptiste, Optical Instrument, 424
  • Dortet, J ules, and Andre Barthelemy Denis, Safety Padlock, 140
  • Doulton, Henry, Earthenware Drain Pipes, 140
  • Draper, Samuel, Handles and Fastenings for Doors of Carriages, 179
  • Drukker, Meyer, Indicating the Passage of Time, 13
  • Dubils, Romain Ignace Charles, Extracts from Vegetable Substances, 405
  • Dufau, Jules. Regulating Railway and Lighthouse Signallinz, 254
  • Dover, Robert Duke, Communicating Power to ships' Pumps, 349
  • Dumergue, Eugene Antoine, Fringes, 140 Dumery, Constant Jouffroy, Smoke-preventing Apparatus. 254
  • Dumoultn, Adrien Jules Alexis, Heating Apparatus, 254
  • Duncan, George, and William John Jellicorse, Smoke Consuming Furnace, ::,29
  • Duninvion, Henry, t ottun and other Warp Pile Fabrics, 31
  • Dunn, Arthur, Tooth Powder, 30
  • Dunnicliff, John Dearman, Dividing Breadths of Lace and other Fabrics, 254
  • Duplais, Noel Joseph Hyppolite, Felt Hats and Bonnets, 13
  • Durant. Anguish Honour Augustus, Husking and Winnowing Castor Seeds, 424
  • Duriez, Leon, jun., Stopping Horse, 140
  • Dyson, George, and Thomas Harrison, Steam-engines, 103
  • son, John, Edwin Wilkinson Shirt, and Henry shirt, Driving Bands, 349
  • Eade, Thomas, Breech•loadine Firearm, 179
  • Earnshaw, J.ihn, jun , Toothed Coverings of Rag Machine Cylinders, 13
  • Eastwood, Eastwood, Picker Bands for Looms, 103
  • Eastwood, James, and Samuel Lloyd, jun., Shearing Iron al,ri other Metals, 254
  • Eastwood, J., Working the Valves of Steam Hammers, 349
  • Eccles, Joseph, Drying and Colouring Bricks, St.c , 482
  • Edwards, Henry, Administering Food and Medicines, 330
  • Edwards, John, Railways to Facilitate Locomotive Engines Ascending Inclines, 274
  • Edwards, ‘k illiam Alexander, Separating Iron from Ores, 31
  • Elce, John, and John Leech, Self-Acting Temples for Looms, 158
  • Elce, J , and Samuel Hartley, Preparing Moulds for Casting Metals, 85
  • Elcock', William, and Samuel Bentley, Elbows used for Joining WrotiAt Pipes, 463
  • Eley, William Thomas, Percussion Caps, 293
  • Ellena, Adolphe Barthelemy, Rocking Cradles, 349
  • Elliott. Robinson, Photography, 254
  • Ellis, Joseph. Decanting Wine and other Liquids, 41.3
  • Elvin, Henry, Governors for Steam and other Engines, 217
  • Elwin, William Jekin, Night Lights, 415
  • England, Josevh, Washing Machines. 329
  • E‘un, Daniel, Locomotive and other Furnaces, 48
  • Evans, Edward, and George Potts Roskell, peeping and Mowing Machines, 158
  • Evans. John, Designs upoir Rollers and Blocks for Imprinting on substances, 421
  • Exley, Joseph, and John Ogden, Furnaces for the Prevention of smoke, 48
  • Fabart, Jean Marie Auguste Eugene, Looms for Weaving, 445
  • Fairelough, James, John Vairclougb, aad Joseph Cowan Suspending and Working Window Hangings, 386
  • Farrow, Charles, Fire-arms, 463
  • Faulkner, Charles, and David Faulkner, Gun and Pistol Barrels, 103
  • Faulkner, Samuel, Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Substances, 276
  • Feloj. Pietro. Illuminating Reflector of Light,
  • Fenton, James. William Thompson, jun., Thomas Snowdon, Permanent Way of Rail ways, 274
  • Fereday, John, Steam-engine, 424
  • Ferrabee, James, and Charles Whitmore, Carding and Condensing Fibrous Substances, 424
  • Ferrier, Jacques Alexander, Transparent Photographic Pictures and their Application to Stereoscope, 254
  • Field, John Lyon, and Charles Humfrey, jun., Candles, 48
  • Field, Thomas, Parasols and Umbrellas, 158
  • Field, '1%, Submerging Submarine Tel./graph Cables, 424
  • Finzel, Conrad William, and James Bryant, Cleansing Animal Charcoal, 329
  • Firth, Joseph, Metallic Pistons, 293
  • Fisher, John, Bobbin Net or Twist Lace, 217
  • Fisher, Nicholas, Preparing Land for Agricultural Purposes, 274
  • Fleet, Charles, Printing Ink, 30
  • Fletcher, Charles, Bricks, Tiles, and other Articles of Clay, 31
  • Poison, Arthur. Tunnels under Water, 30
  • Fo463 ns, John Palmer de la, Retarding Carriages,
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Comte de, Axle Bearings, 13
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Hydraulic Motor, 30
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Marking Paper for Postal Purpo,es, 293
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Shoe and Boot Scraper or Cleaner, 123
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Preservation of Grain and Alimentary Substances in General, 13
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Propeller, 48
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Railway Brake, 274
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Smoke Consuming Furnaces, 158
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Boots and shoes, 103
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. to Comte de, Doors, 254
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Timekeeper Dial, showing the Exact Time in Different Countries, .254
  • Ford, Henry William. Facilitating the Draft and Locomotion of Carriages, 83
  • Ford, John, Scoring at Whist and other Games, 293
  • Fordred, John, Treating and Purifying Water, 103, 445
  • Forrester, Daniel, Fastening for Securing Watches, 29:1
  • Forsvtli, Thomas, Raising and Compressing, 417
  • Forsyth, T., Metalli' Pistons, 329
  • Forsyth, T , Side Valves fur Steam-engines, 140
  • Fortecue, John, Fireplaces, 293
  • Foster, Elbridse, Life-preservit g Berths for Navigable Vessels, 329
  • Foulkes, Ahel, Sewing or Pointing Gloves, 13
  • Fowler, John, jun , Robert Burton and Thomas Clarke, Locomotive and other Carriages. to Facilitate their Movement on Common Roads, 48
  • Fowler, J , jun., and William Worby, Ploughing or Tilling Land, 123
  • Fowler, J jun , and W. Worby, Ploughing or Cultivating Land, 482
  • Fox, Samuel. Presses, 48
  • Fox, S , Hat Steel Wire, 13
  • Fox, S., Umbrellas and Parasols, 41
  • Fox, S., and Julian W ilfred Slater, Metallic Compound, applicable to the Manufacture of various Useful Articles, 217
  • Foxwell, Daniel, Application of a Certain Material for the Backs of Cards, 463
  • Francis, Joseph, and Charles Manby. Wagons Applicable to the Transport of Troops on Land and Water, 982
  • Fraser, John, Saltpetre, 424
  • Fraser, Joseph Boyes, Lubricating, 386 140
  • Frearson, John, Feeding, Cutting, Shaping, and Piercing Metals, 140
  • Friend, John Walter, Meter for Registering the Flow of Water, 140
  • Fry, Jo eph, Cementing Fabrics when India-rubber is Employed, 42-1
  • Fulton, Hamilton Henry, and Thomas Bodley Etty, Increasing the Traction and Bearing Surface of Carriage Wheels, 103
  • Gabbitms, Peter, Washing Machines, 424
  • Galloway, George Bell, Merchant Vessels, in Motive Powers, Propulsion, and Boiler Furnaces, 386
  • Galy-Cazalat, Antoine, and Adolphe Huillard, Sulphuret of Carbon, Animal Charcoal, and Carbonic Acid, 158
  • Gardiner, Perry O.. Treatment of Cast-steel while Passing from the Molten State into that of being Hardened or Tempered, and which, with Certain Variations, is Applicable to the Making of Tools or Ingots, 217
  • Gardiner, P. G., Conical Coiled Steel Railroad Car Spring, and also Preparing Steel Plates into such Springs. and for Testing the Strength of such Springs, 254
  • Gardner, John Edmund, Illuminated Clocks, 103
  • Gardner, Edward Vincent, Burning Fuel, 31
  • Gardner, Joseph, Richard Leer and Henry George Pearce, Self-reefing Sails, 463 140
  • Garnham, William, Pumping Apparatu', 158 Garrard, Robert, Japanned Straw Hats, 754
  • Garrett, John Dunned, Construction of Horsehoe, 43
  • Gartner, Helmuth, Engine for Raising and Discharging Water, 31
  • Garvey, Benjamin, Determining Position on Land and Sea, 445
  • Gatey, Frederick Albert, Chlorine and Sulphuric Acid, 217
  • Gaudrion, Stanislas, Screw-propellers, 85
  • Gaiintlett, William Henry, Thermometric Apparatus, 140
  • Geach, William, Propelling Vessels, 274
  • Gedge, John, Envelopes for Letters, 309
  • Gedge, J., Heating Buildings, and of Facilitating the Escape of Smoke and Gases there. from, 217
  • Gedge, J., Soap, 217
  • Gedge, J., Doubling Machines, 140
  • Genhart, Henry, Cleaning and Sharpening Knives, 140
  • Genhart, H., Fire-arms, and Projectiles Employed therewith, 67
  • Gentil, Francois Xavier, and Eugene Gentil, Preparing and i reating Asphodel in order to obtain Alcohol, 236
  • Germann, Andrew Frederick, Frederick Gustavus Germano, and Joseph Germano, Propeller, 463
  • Gibson, Robert, Joseph Gascoigne, and Samuel Gibson, Boilers for Generating Steam, 163
  • Gibbs, Joseph, Treating Phormium Tenax, 349
  • Gibbs, J., Extracting Gold and Silver from their Matrices, t45
  • Gifford, William James, Reefing, and Work. ing of Sails, and in Masts and Riggine, 445
  • Gilbert, Joseph, Threshing Machines, 217
  • Gilbee, William Armand Treatment of Fatty Matters for the Manufacture of Candles, 103
  • Gilbee, Henry, Moulding Vermicelli and other Paste. 85
  • Gill, Seth, and Henry Newton, Obtaining Stereoscopic Pictures, 995
  • Gill, John, Reaping Machines, 85
  • Gilmour, Wiliam, Obtaining Motive-power, 158
  • Gisborne, Lionel, and Henry Charles Forbe, Paying out Electric Telegraph Cables, 217
  • Gist, Robert Clark, Manure, 217
  • Gliaard, Joseph, for Winding up Watches, 482
  • Glover. Howard, Pump Buckets, 85
  • Glover, Jo-eph, and John Bold, Material for Transfer Printing, 217
  • Glover, Thomas, and Alexander Bain, Electric Telegraphs, 445
  • Godefroy, Peter Augustin, Desulphurising Mineral-matrix. 179
  • Godet, Prosper Bernard, Stereoscopes, 254
  • Godet, P. B., Illustrating Literary Production., 274
  • Goeclicke, Reinhold. Suspending :the Lines of Electric Telegraphs, 463
  • Goodchild, Thomas, Stoves. 254
  • Goodwin. James, ant Andrew Boyd, Cleansing Printed Cotton and Silk Fabrics from Colouring Matters, 217
  • Goodyear, Charles, Buoyant Fabrics, 463
  • Gorse, William, and Samuel Pollock, Bricks, 30
  • Gossage, IVihiam, Sulphuric Acid, :,29
  • Gossage, W , Soda and Potash, 3b9
  • Gossage, Soap. 463
  • Goligh, Theophilus, and Joshua Margerison, Braking Apparatus for Vehicles used on Railways, 217
  • Goulding, Richard, Extraction of Cold and Sib er un.l other NIetals,•48
  • Gourley, Daniel de la Cherois, Ambulance Carriages, 424
  • Grahame, Thomas, Grinding Corn, and In Generating Gas on Inland Waters, 274
  • Grahame, T., Facilitating' the Pas%age of Car. riages on Inclines of Railways, 31
  • Grantham, John, and Henry Sharp, Working the Valves of Steam-engines, 103
  • Gray, Alexander, Lubricating Mechanism, 274
  • Gray, A., Picking Motion of Power-looms, 254
  • Gray, John, and John Wilson Gray, Causing Signals to be made on Railways, 330
  • Gray, J., Doors for Furnaces, 154
  • Gray, Robert, Band to be Employed for Dis. tending skirts, 293
  • Gray, Thomas, and George Joseph Gladstone, Lowering and letting go Ships' Boats, 254
  • Greaves, Hugh, Permanent Way of Railways, 309
  • Gregory, James, and William Craymer, Screw Propellers, 293
  • Green, George, Casks, Barrels, and other similar Articles, 1U3
  • Green, Jacob, Bedsteads. for the Purpose of Excluding therefrom Bugs or other similar Insects, 85
  • Green, John, and William Coppin, jun., the Preservation of Timber, 85
  • Green, Robert, Raising or Forcing Liquids, 309
  • Green, William, Letter Announcer, 48
  • Grenet, Eugene, jun., and Alexis Vanin, Elertro.magnetic Machine, 236
  • Greening, William, Enamelling Surfaces, 424
  • Greenweil, George C , and William Selby, Washing Coals and other Minerals, 482
  • Grice, Frederick broom, Bolts, Spikes, Rivets, &c., 482
  • Griffiths, Edward Pair, Beating the Whites of Eggs, &c., 30
  • Griffiths Thomas Foxall, Shaping Metals, 103 Grist, John, Mash Tuns, 217
  • Groundwater, William Lyell, and Henry Prince, Pumps, 179
  • Grubb, Thomas, Photographic Lens, 329 Gumm, Charles. Boats, 179
  • Guthrie, David. and Josiah Vavasseur. Cutting or Rasping Dye-woods, 4t/5
  • Hack, George Frederick, Cigar Tube for Smoking Cigars or Tobacco, 274
  • Hackworth, John Wesley, Forcing and Exhausting jEriform Bodies and Liquids, applicable to Blast Furnaces, 67
  • Hadrian, John Cootie, Railways and Carriages. 179
  • Hale, William, Rolling Iron Lnd Steel, 30
  • Hall, Wtl iam t(em hie, Measuring and Rejstering the Speed and Leeway of Ships, and Indicating the Distance accomplished, 217
  • Collinson, and Thomas Charlton, Agricultural Engines, 123
  • Hall, James, Preventing Incrustation in Boilers, 140
  • Hall, Samuel, Igniting Matches, 463
  • Hallen, E lward, Bedsteads and similar Al rti cles to Recline or Sit on, 1.10
  • Hamilton, Alfred, Mooring Buoys and other Floating Ves4els, 'II 7
  • Hamilton, Jatnes, Strained \V' ire Fencing, 4 S2
  • Hamilton, Sydney Doolan, Jacquard Machinery, 364
  • Hamilton, fhomac, and James Hamilton, Turning or Reducing Substances, 368
  • Hancock, James Lamo, ‘Vashing and Cleansing, 85
  • Harcourt, David, Wrenches, 386
  • Hardcastle, Thomas, Washing Textile Fabrics, 179
  • Hardcastle, T., Doubling and Measuring Cotton and other Fabrics, 48
  • Hardcastle, Washing, Sui.statices, *KG Hardie, Walter, Stereoscope, 405
  • Harding, Gustavo,. Palmer, Hats, Caps, and other ovcrines for the Head., 103
  • Hargreaves, William, Screw Gills for Preparing %N ool, 217
  • Harland, Julio, Purifying and Cleansing Clay, 32)
  • Harlin', William, John Matthew Todd, and Thomas Elarlin.:, Looms, 217
  • Harrington, Josiah, P-inting Pencils or Marking Instrumenv, 445
  • H ar rild, Robert, Composition used for Printers' Rol lers, s68
  • Harris, James'Sivialling, 482
  • Harris, J., Cocks and Vaives, 329
  • Harris, William Jewett, Dining and other Tanles, 140
  • IIarrison, James, Producing Cold by the Evaporation of Volatile Liquids in Vacuo, 271
  • Harrison, John, Railway Signals, 13
  • Harrison, Charles Weightmau, Obtaining Light by Electricity, 13
  • Hart, William, Signal Lamps 30
  • Hartley, Wiliam, Steam Engines and other Steam Boiler Apparatus, 135
  • Harwood, William, Reaping Machine. 386 Haseltine, George, Metallic Chains, 424
  • Hattersley, ltobert, Distributing and Setting. up Type 85
  • Harvey, john Penford, Crushing land or Clods, 309
  • Elaye, John de la, and Mark Bloom, Laying Down Submarine Telegraphs, 293
  • Hayes, Edward, W hiding Apparatus for Hauling Plouvhs, 293
  • Hazard, Robert, Self-Acting Reclining Chair, 482
  • Heaton, Thomas, Self-Acting Doors and Gate. ways, 31
  • Hebblethwaite, Henry, William Shuttleworth, and William Tacker, Preparing Yarns, 158
  • Hediard, Alexander, and Senateur Leyieux, Boiler for Generating Steam, 274
  • Hellmann, Paul, Fibrous Substances, 349
  • Hemming, George Wirgman, Delivering Submarine Telegraph Cables from hips, 217
  • Henderson, William, Treating Certain Ores and Aloys, 329
  • Hendrie, Robert James, jun., Steam Boiler and other Furnaces, 13
  • Hendry, W &lam 'Thomas, and Robert Henry Hancock, Flexible Tubes or Hose Pipes, 67
  • Henley, V illiam Thomas, Ropes and Cables for Telegraphic Purposes, 482
  • Henley , Thomas Frederick, Preparation of Certain Beverages, of the Nature of Homemade W Ines. 85
  • Henry, Michael, Elettric and Galvanic Conductors, 445
  • Henry, M., Railways, and Wagons used there. with, 85
  • Henry, M., Transmitting Motion, 293
  • Henry, M., Unmaking Rope, 349
  • Henry, M., Cleaning and Crushinz Grain, 103
  • Henry, M., Raking or Cleaning Roads, 8:c., 32
  • Henry, M., Cutting Vegetable Substances, 6T
  • Henry, M., Playing Loto, 330
  • Henry, M , Artificial Wine and Brandy, 329
  • Henwood, Charles, (irilvai.ic Battery, 482
  • licrault, Charles, Producing Aerated Waters, 48
  • Hetherington, Joseph, Bowls of Castors for Furniture, 481
  • Heywood, Bennett Johns, India-rubber Goods, 48
  • Hibbert, Henry, and Henry Richardson, Finishing Yarns or Threads, 48
  • Higgin, James, Drying Garancine, 140
  • liigginson, Francis, Submerging and Laying. down Electrical Telegraph Cables, 405
  • Higham, James, and George David Bellamy, Snap, 463
  • Hiley, Daniel, Percival Hiley, William Hargreaves, and Enoch Haley, Power Looms, 482
  • HUI, Joseph, Permanent Way of Railways, 43
  • Hill, Philip, and John Moore, Cutting Velvets or other %imi!ar Piled Fabrics, 217
  • Hill, William, Railway Brake~, 13
  • Hills, Frank Clarke, Sulphuric Acnl, 67
  • Hine, Benjamin Hornblicide, and William Onion, Knitting Machinery for the Manufacture of Ribbed Fabrics, 13
  • Hinks, James, Stiffeners for Wearing Apparel, 386
  • Hinks, J., and lames Syson Nibbs, Securing and Liberating the Corks or Stoppers of Bottles. 48
  • Hinkc, Joseph Lester, and John Rock Day, Locks and La'ches, 123
  • 1-links, John, George Wells, and Joseph Letiere Petit, Metallic Peos, 463
  • Hipkiss, Richard, and William Olsen, Lttbri. eating. 482
  • Hirst, William, Felt Fabrics, 110 Hochstaetter, Heinrich, Matches, 415
  • Hodges, John Edward, Looped Fabrics, 424
  • Hodgson, William, and Henry Ilodg.on, Lubricator by earls of Force Pump,, 48
  • Hoe, Richard, Bullion Boxes, 179
  • Hoza, stanislas, Electric Telegraphs. 424
  • Hoes, Stanislas, GenPratincr Electricity, and for Transmitting. Electric Currents from Place to Place, 271
  • Hogg, James, Safe for Cash, 463
  • Hole oft, George, and George Deoholm, Steam Engines, 483
  • Hold“, nrth, William Irving, Weaving Wool len l)a .itz• s, 158
  • Ihuma., and John Ruherv, Runners and Top Notches ut Umbrellas and Parasols, 236
  • Holland, William, Umbrellas and Parasols, 30
  • Holman, Stephen, Force Pumps, 31
  • Holmes, Frederick Hale, Magueto-Electric Machines, 349
  • Holmes, Frederick Hall, Niagneto-Electric and Magnetic Machines. 140
  • Holroyd, Warn, and Samuel Smith, Looms for Weaving, 349
  • Holt, Thomas, Looms, 349
  • Honeyman, John, jun., tienerating Steam, 254
  • Hope, David, 1-reventing one Train from Running into ant.ther on Railways, 103
  • Hope John, Screw Nut and Ratchet Brace for Working the same, 13
  • Hopkins, James, and George Pearce, Trucks, 13
  • Hopkinson, William, Steam Engines. 158
  • Hopper, ‘Villiam Brown, Floating Docks, 149
  • Hornsby, Richard, jun., H ummelling, Removing the Husk from, and Cleansing Grain, 85
  • Hurrocks, John, Winding Machines, and in the Bobbins emoloved therein, 424
  • Hosch, Henry, shirt-Cutting Nlachine, 67
  • Hotichin. Richard, Press fur Punching and Embossing, anti for Fixing and Closing Eyelets, 254
  • Httughtun, James, Braces, 445
  • Howard, James, Piot.uh, 482
  • Howard, William, supplying Air to Persons in Confined Apartments, 2:)4
  • Howland, Richard, Mangle., 48
  • Hudson, W., and C. Catlow, Looms for Weav ing, 143
  • Hughes, Hugh Pritchard, Rock Boring Machine, 254
  • Hughes, Flesketh, Cutting, Embossing, and Stamping, 2)3
  • Hughes, Richard Hugh, Hydraulic Connexions, 329
  • David, Cocks, Taps, and Valves. 463
  • I' urn 'hrys. Edward, Engines worked by Ste in, 3 t9 1, unbind, Richard, Hats. 482
  • lmhert, Louis Alexis, Straight F.dgo Holder for strengthening Walk, &c., 154
  • Iles, Charles, Thimbles, 140
  • Ile-, t „Wardrobes, stands, Frames, and Pins fur Holding and Suspending Articles of Dress, 356
  • Illingworth, Alfred and Henry, Combing ool and other Fibrous Substances, 309
  • Ingham, John, Edward, and Benjamin, Preparing Worsted Yarns for Dyeing, 4$ ingrain, John, Blakey. 217
  • Laskin, Harry, Fire- Arms, 236
  • Imhof, Daniel, Exhausting Air, Gases, or Vapour, 293
  • Inman, George, Locomotive Engines, 140
  • Irlam, 'Warn, Wrought Iron Railway Chairs, Sleeperc, and Crossings, 38ti
  • Ireland, George, Raising ‘Ven:hts applicable to Stamping or Cuiting Metals, 123
  • Isoord, Mathieu Francon., Producing Heat and Light, 445
  • Ivory, Thomas, Rotary and Reciprocating Engines, 158
  • Jackson, James, Tuyeres for Railway and other Wheels, 293
  • Jackson. Robert, Protecting Certain Parts of the Body from Disfigurement by C.ita-neous Diseases, 140
  • Jackson, Thomas, Action of Pianofortes, 254
  • Jaeger, Herman, Looms fur Weaving, 48
  • Jakins, Joseph, Printing and Dyeing Woven Fabrics, 13
  • James, Charles Clement, Propelling Vessels 217
  • James, John, and William Day kin Grimshaw, Screw Propeller, 30
  • James, William Henry, Steam Vessels, 293
  • Jamieson, William. Looms for Weaving figured Fabrics, 251
  • Jarrett. Griffith, Printing or Endorsing in Colours on Paper or other Surfaces, 30
  • Jenkins, William, Furnaces or Fire Boxes of Locomotive Boilers, 274
  • Jennings, Josiah George, Forming Flues and Air and Water Passages in Buildings, 329
  • Johnson, Edward Daniel, Fuzee Watches, 424
  • Johnson, John Henry, Construction of Iron Bridges, 329
  • Johnson, J. H., Jacquard Machines, and in the Cards employed therein, 349
  • Johnson, J. H , Producing Figured Paper to be used in Teaching, Writing, and Drawing, 349
  • Johnson, J. H., Testing the Strength of Mate. rials, 43
  • Johnson, J. H., Hand Saw, 293
  • Johnson. J. H., Ships' Lanterns, 445
  • Johnson, J. H., Quadrants, 31
  • Johnson, J. H., Surfaces for Receiving Paint' ings, 67
  • Johnson, J. H., Steam Boilers, 140
  • Johnson, J. H., Sewing Machines, 103 158
  • Johnson, J. H., Pressure Gauges, 31
  • Johnson, J. H., Making or Imprinting Characters on Paper, 103
  • Johnson, Richard, Purifying and Filtering Water, 254
  • Johnson, William, Capstans, 85
  • Johnson, W., Looms for Weaving, 309
  • Johnson, William Beckett, Raising and Lowering Trucks, 293
  • Jo)). Pierre Franctie, Generating and Super-
  • heating Steam, 293
  • Jones, Henry, Engines for Raising Beer and other Liquids, 13
  • Jones, Isaac, Sheet Glass, 424
  • Jones, Thomas Moreton, Cutting and Gathering Fruit and Flowers Jones, William Edmondson, Trees of Riding Saddles, 103
  • Jones, William Edward, Iron Plates, 158
  • Jon es8, Wright, Moulding for Casting M eals 15
  • Jordan, John, Iron Ships or Vessels, 48
  • Jukes. John, Washing Machinery, 67
  • Juilion, John Louis, Separation of solids from Fluids, 85
  • Kay, Robert, Printing Calico and other Textile Fain ice, 3 9
  • Kave, I homes, Looms for Weaving, 482
  • Keddy, 1 homas, Cultivation of Land, 235
  • Keiehiey, I'dward, e Liquids, 330
  • Keightlev, Benjamin, Indicating the Flow of Air to Mines iequiring Ventilation, 463
  • Kelk, Theophilus Henry Hastings, Metallic Alloys, 463
  • Kelshaw, John, and John Wilkinson, Couplings, 293
  • Kemfry, George Farrell, Propelling the Human Body in Water, 48
  • Kemp, Edward Curtis, Chandelier or other Pendent Gae Lights, 13
  • Ken'. on, Hartley, Treatment of Certain Compounds of Silica, Alumina, Sodium, or Potash, 158
  • Ker, Peter, Preparing and Finishing Yarns or Threads, 309
  • King, John, Peat or Peat Coke or Charcoal, 148
  • King, J., Boots and Shoes, 264
  • Kinv, J., Collars, CulTs, and similar Articles of Ladies' Dresse1/4, Kingsley. Jeffries, Primary Motive Power, 103
  • Kirby, Joseph. Hay Rakes, 140
  • Kirk. FAA ard, James Leadhetter, and Charles Wil•an, Trunks and Boxes, 31
  • Kirkman, Rob, r1, Fusses of Watches, 386
  • Kirkman, Felton (Tanks, Winding and Unwinding Ropes and Cables, 368
  • Knapton, William, Driling Holes, 48
  • Knapton, W., Gasometers, 329
  • Knight, lamas, Cultivator of Lard, 85
  • Knowles, Francis Charles, Tr( n, 85
  • Knowles, F. C , Aluminium, 48
  • Knowles, Samuel, I)ui gIng Fabrics Prepara-tosy to Dyeing. 3f6
  • Koehler, Frederic. Gunpowder, 168
  • Kopihcl., C. G , Propelling Vessels by Means of Heated Air, 388
  • Kurten, Phillip, Mottled Soap, 31
  • Kurtz, (lenient Auguste, and Louis Alcide Novi, Colouring Matter from Gum Lac and in '1 routing the Residues thereof, 30
  • Kyit hogloo, l'rodromos 13., Motive Power, 349, 386
  • La I3nw, George W., Operating the Sails of Vessels from the Deck, 39
  • Lancaster, Charles %% illiam, Breech-loading Guns and in Projectiles boy the same, 274
  • Lacy Augii•tus Dacre and Wiliam Collett Homersham, Ploughing and Cultivating Laid by Steam or other suitable Motive Power, 103
  • Iaminc, Richard, Purifying Gas. 405
  • Lam% , Hippolyte,i0litaining Motive Power, 309
  • Landfort, Leon de, Protecting the Contents of Pa.cliets of Weaving Apparel, 424
  • Lane, Denny, Lighting, Regulating, and Ex t ingnishing Street Gas Lamps by Electri-cily, 46.
  • Lang, Alexander, Feeding Steam Boilers, 179
  • Langfoid, J., and Wildar, J.. Signals and A larums, 1, 9
  • Laphaleque, Nicholas Gustave Imbert de, Violin and other stringed Musical instruments of a similar Nature, 254
  • Lauaere, Augustin Vrain Adrien, Wind mills, 293
  • Laurent, Marguerite Antoinette, Antiseptic C(anposition. 67
  • Laurent, Victor Hippolyte. Forging Nails and oilier similar Articles, 217
  • Lavender. Edward, Distilling Products from Coal, 174
  • La' Iron, Paul Emile, Curing Smoky Chimneys, 179
  • Laurent, Narcisce, Dressing and Manufacturing Shammy Leather, 85
  • Lawtord, Henry, Dining Tables Expanding and Contracting Tops 309
  • Lawley, Thomas, Ornamenting Articles made of Tin Plate and other Bright Metals, 168
  • Lawrence, James, Brewim:, 83
  • Lawson, John, Roving Flax, 3E6
  • Lawson, Ramsey, Regulating the Admission of A tr to Furnaces, 193
  • Lecointe, c harles Eugene. Advertising, 446
  • Lee, David '1 horpe, Washing Machine, 274
  • Lev,Rev. John Walter,CommunicatIng between the different parts of Railway Trains, 3:6
  • Leemine, James, Looms for Weaving, 274
  • Leffler Carl Johann Lawrence, Cutting Corks and other similar Articles, 85
  • Leigh, Evan, Preparing and Spinning Cotton and other Fibrous Substances, 236, 309
  • Lejeune, Emile Albert, Crupper, 293
  • Leinaire, Frederique, Petticoats for Ladies 11I, ear, 462
  • Lemoine Ettienne, Gas-Meters, 30
  • Lenox, George ‘V ilbam, Sounding Alarums at Sea, 236
  • Leroy, Claude Nicolas, Preventing Accidents and Collisions on Raiiways, 36S
  • Leslie, John, Carding or Preparing Textile Materi.ils, 309
  • Lethuillier Laurent, Moulding and Compressing Bricks, &c., 13
  • Letoornel, Louis, Weighing Ships' Anchors, 254
  • Levcrson, Montague Richard, Food for Cattle, 293
  • Levick Frederick, jun., and John James, Hot Blast Store, 31
  • Levison, Ludvig, Mechanical Purchases, 217
  • Lewenberg, Leon, Railway Alarmsand Marine Alarms or Fog Signals, 349
  • Lewis, Joseph, Bricks, Tiles, and other similar Articles, 293
  • Lewis, Thomas, and Henry Parish, and Robert Martin Roberts, Separation and Extraction of topper from its Ores, 103
  • Lewis, William, and William Henry Lewis, Pltite-Holders for Photographic Cameras, 2%
  • Lichtenstadt, David, Pulp of which Paper and other Fabrics are composed, 309
  • Liger, Pierre Eugene, Grinding Mills, 85
  • Limbert, James Alfred, Marine Engines, 190 Lipscomb°, Frederick, Divert ing the London Sewage from the River Thames, 179
  • Lipscomb°, F., Conveying Liquids, 906 Lister, George, Carding Engines, 31
  • LIttlewood, John, and Albert Schlumberger, Producing Printed and Dyed Colours from Murexide on Woollen Fabrics or Yarns, 168 140
  • Livesey, John, Pile Fabrics, 482
  • Lloyd, John, Deodorising Sewage Matters of Dwelling-houses, 48
  • Loach, John, Air-Tight Coffin, 85
  • Loach, J., and James Jones Salt and Burton Day, Air Tight Coffins, 123
  • Lobnitz, John Henry Christian, and James McLintock Henderson, Steam Engines, 293
  • Locke, William John, Oil Can, 140
  • Lockett, Joseph, and William Watson, Engraving or Tracing Designs for Printing, 67
  • Logic. Cosmo, Eire-Arms, 85
  • Lomax, W %Mom Bothwell, Governors and Pressure Gauges, 4s
  • Lombard, George Frederic, Steam Engines, 36
  • Long, James, and Joseph Long, Ascertaining and Registering the Depth of Water and the Pressure of Stean), 329
  • Lord, Thomas Wilkes, Carding Flax, Tow, and other Fibrous Substances, 31
  • Lowe, Thomas, Feeding Screws to Turning and Womble Lathes, 424
  • Lowissohn, Berthold, Soap, 179
  • Los% ry, George, Deckling Fibrous Materials, 463
  • Luedeke, Johan Ernst Friedrich, Motive Power Engine, 274,124
  • Lund, Edward, Cocks, 235
  • Lungley, Charles, Directing or Indicating on Board Ships or other Places, :254
  • Lupton, Benjamin, Robert Jackson, Daniel Dean, and John Holden, Power Looms for W ea% lint, 217
  • Lynde, James Gascoigne, Detecting and Preventing the Waste of Water in Cisterns, 48
  • Lyne, Thomas, Field Stile or Gate, i58
  • Moberly, Frederick Herbert, Polishing Machine, 482
  • Macaulay, Thomas, Condensing the Noxious Vaoour,, arising from Varni0)-Making, and other like Manufactures, 217
  • Macdonald, Malcolm, Washing and Preparing Textile Fabrics. 31
  • Maelontosh, John, Telegraph Cables, 368
  • Macintosh, J., Prepiring Telegraphic Wire Coated with Gut ta-Percha. 445
  • Mackelcan, George Josiah, Floating Docks, 274
  • Mackenzie, Thomas, Internal Decorations of those parts of Buildings to which Window Draperies are to be affixed, 67
  • Macnab, William, Vessels Propelled by Screw Propellers, 415
  • Macnaught, William, and William Mac-naught, Steam Engines, 329
  • Macpherson, Alexander, Fences, 309 Macpherson, Peter, Wheeled Carriages, 140
  • Madden, Peter, Kilns for Drying Granular Substances, 424
  • maiard, Augustus Philibert, Filtering Liquids,
  • Mallet, Robert, Coverings for Roofs and other parts of Buildings, 67
  • Ma111,on. James, jun., Gassing Textile Fabric., 445
  • Maltby, William, Extracting Ammonia from Gas, 48
  • Mart' I, Cherie, Fire Arms, 30
  • Martin, Richard, Ebenezer Hall, and Joshua Hall, Steam Hammers, 386
  • Mann, William, te.irn !soder, Gauge Cocks, and Registering Apparatus connected there with, 103
  • Manning, William Thomas, Treatment of sew el age, 463
  • Mareh, Chapman, Obtaining Motive Power, 31
  • Mal getson, Robert Alexander, Communicating butt; eel* the Guard and Driver on Railw ays, 414
  • Marks, Aaron, Fastening for Glores and other A s ticks, 386
  • Mark foy, Gustave, Actuating Railway Signals, 48
  • Markland, Thomas, Power Looms for Weaving, 1! 8
  • Mai land, John, Cop Tubes, 274
  • Marsh, Theophilus, I i•ton, 254
  • Martin, Antoine and Jean, Cleaning and Preventing tie Formation of Inciu,tations in Boilers, 463
  • Martin, Meliton, Retarding and Stopping Railway Carriages, 349
  • Maryon, Robert James. Propellers, 140 140
  • Massey, Thomas, and Thomas Savage, Ascertaining and Recording the Speed of Ships, 329
  • Massey, Thomas, and Thomas Savage, Sounding Machines, 349
  • Milasey, William, Conductors for Winding Chains, 463
  • Massey, W., and John Smith, Ploughing and Cultivating Land, 13
  • Mathews, George Samuel, Railway Brakes, 103
  • Matthews, Nelson, Pumps, 445
  • Maury, Pierre Adolphe Melchior, Cutting the Pile of Velvets, 424
  • Maw, Edwin, Constructing Railway Crossings, Points, and Switches, 15A
  • McAdam, Robert, Making Cheese and Drawing off Liquids, 179
  • McCallum, William Porter, Stamping or Raising Metals, 309
  • McCraw, William, Photographic Pictures, 67
  • McDow all, Elizabeth, Steam Hammers, 386 140
  • McFarlane, Walter, Moulding Cast Iron Piles, 463
  • M (Isaac, John, Washing or Churning, 236
  • McKay, Murdoch, and Henry Forfar Osman, Securing the Points of Railway Switches, 123
  • McKay, Murdoch, and Lewis Rose, Washing and Scouring Household Linen, 140
  • McKinley, Wrilliam. and Robert Walker, Moulds for forming the Soles of Boots and Shoes, 140
  • Mc Master, John, and William Wilson, Liquid Farm Manure, and rendering it as efficient as any Artificial Manure, at a small Cost to the Farmer, 217
  • McNicol, John Dunsmore, Cylinder Printing, 85
  • Meakin, John Forster, Carriages for Children, 48
  • Mears, Henry D., and William Houlton, Jun., Seal for Railway Luggage Vans, 67
  • Meeus, Jean Baptiste, Multiplying Motive Power, 103
  • Melvin, David, Heddlcs for Weaving, 463
  • Mennons, Marc Antoine Francois, Hydraulic Press, 386
  • Mennons, M. A. F., Improved Varnish, 386
  • Mennons, M. A. F , Preparation of Peat, 405
  • Mennons, M., A. F., Smoke-Condensing Apparatus, 259
  • Mennons, M, A. F., Washing and Drying Apparatus, 445
  • Mentions, M. A. F., Lucifer Matches, 482
  • Mennons, M. A. 1.' , Tell-Tale Clock, 463
  • Mercer, William, William Bodden, and Wi liam Hit/gin:40n, Slubbing and Roving Cotton, 482
  • Merrylees, James, Ornamental Fabrics, 30
  • Messmore, 1laniel, Dressing Mill Stones for Hulling Rice and other Grain having Hulls or Husks, 217
  • Michaelis, Michael, and John Clemson. Ornamental Textile Fabrics by Printing, 85
  • Middleton, John, and William Rylance, Application of a certain Metal to the Manufacture of Shuttles and Tubes, 330
  • Middleton, Samuel, and John Lowell, Extinction of Fire in Buildings, 158
  • Middleton, William. jun., and Thomas Tertius chillingworth, Adjusting the Sliding Parts of Chandeliers and G s Pendants, 254
  • Mille, Mann Joseph Alphonse, and Francois Canal, Producing Gat, 274
  • Miller, George, Heating and Ventilating, 330
  • Miller, Jumes M., Surface Condenser, 254
  • Miller, Joseph, Marine Steam Engines, 405
  • Miller, Maxwell, Cocks, Taps, &c., 30
  • Miller, William Henry, and Henry Edward Skinner, Rotary Faigiaes and Pumps, 217
  • Milne, J( hn, Carding Engines, 386
  • Mills, James, Keys, Tapered Pins, Split Pins, and other similar Articles Employed in the Construction of Machinery. 254
  • Mills, Joseph, Covering Ricks, Booths, Tents, and stall like Places, 67
  • Mmnitt, John, Extracting Grease from Animal Refuse resulting from the Mainufac ture of Glue, 293
  • Mirto, Jean Baptiste, Permanent Way of Railways. 463
  • Myers, W illiam Henry, Signals on Railways, 3:i0
  • Mohr, Josef. Propelling Vessels, 103
  • Moireau. Charles Jean Michael, Substitute for Bees' Wax, 182
  • Molineux, John Atherton, and Joseph Nichols, Pistons for Steam Engine and other Cylinders, 329
  • Moll, Isaac, Fire Regulator, 217
  • Montel, Pierre Ambroise, Motive Power, 482
  • Moon, James, Robert Belt, and George Ewbank, Agricultural Implement, 85
  • Moore, Robert, Navigable Vessels and the Propelling thereof, 85
  • Moicom, Richard, Dressing Ores, 85
  • Moreau, Louis, Paris, Carbonising Peat, Wood, and other Combustible Matters, 254
  • Morris, James, Connecting the Rails of Rail. Wass, 30
  • Mortera, Augustin, Coupling Carriages on Railways, 217
  • Morton, Alexander, and James Howden, Motive Power, 432
  • Mottram. Thomas, Knife Handle., 424
  • Moulin, Francois, Railway Brake, 103
  • Quick, John Henry, Hats, 103
  • Moy. Thomas, Working Steam Engines, 85
  • Muckhart, John, Effecting the Combustion of Fuel, and the Consumption of Sniot e, 293
  • Mumby, George, Sewing, Embroidering, and other Ornamental Works, 30
  • Munro, John May, jun., Metal Wheel-Stock, 463 _
  • Munt, William, Shank to be attached to all Descriptions of Buttons, 103
  • Muntz, George Henri Marc, Metal Tubes and Axles, 67
  • Murdoch, Richard, Running Gear for Vehicles, 67
  • Murphy, James. Permanent Way of Railways, 445
  • Murray, Adam, and William Pollard, Textile Fabrics, 293
  • Murray, Eugene, Preventing Accidents on Railways. 3t,6
  • Murray, George, Propelling Ships and Vessels, 123
  • Musbet, Robert, Cast Steel, 31
  • Napier, James Murdoch, Printing Machines, 309
  • Napier, J. M., Paying-out Submarine Telegraph Cables, 217
  • Naylor, William, Power Looms for Weaving, 293
  • Negretti, Henry Angelo Ludovico. and Joseph Warren Zambra, ioducing ad u t ed Scales upon Ceram c and Enamelled Materials, 446
  • Needham, Joseph, Pens, 140
  • NI wall, James, Railway Brakes and Signals, 386
  • Newberg, John George, Window Blinds, 103
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Operating Slide Valves for ihe Induction and Eduction of Steam in Reciprocating Steam Engines, 217
  • Newton, A. V., Meters for Gas and other Fluid', 254
  • Newton, A. V., Varying the Length and Reversing the Direction of the Throw of Eccentrics, 217
  • Newton, A. V., Phototraphic Pictures, 293
  • Newton, A. V., Sewing Machine., 3)46
  • Newton. A. V., Propelling and Steering Navigable Vessel', 30
  • Newton, A. V., Registering the Performance of Railway Tra ins, 31
  • Newton, A. V , Sulphuric Acid, 81
  • Newton, A. V., Preparing and Twisting Fibrous Substances, 217
  • Newton, A. V., Kneading Dough, 217
  • Newton, A. V., Reaping Machines, 30
  • Newton, A. V., Baker's Ovens, 217
  • Newton, A. V., Cleaning Carpets, 463 Newton, A. V., Sewing Machines, 445
  • Newton, A. V., Grinding and Polishing Stone, 140
  • Newton, A. V., Temples for Looms, 217
  • Newton, A. V., Wrought iron Girders, 386
  • Newton, A. V., Rock-Drilling Machinery, 293
  • Newton, A. V., Umbrella• and Parasols,168
  • Newton, A. V., Forging Nails and other Articles, 81
  • Newton, A. V., Mules for Spinning, 159
  • Newton, A. V., Iron, JO
  • Newton, A. V., Retarding the Progress of Railway Trains, 424
  • Newton, Leopold, Placing Tubes on the Spindles used in Spinning Machinery, 293
  • Newton, William Alfred, Printing Machinery, 30
  • Newton, William Edward, Cut-off Gear for Steam Engines, 30
  • Newton, W. E., Faucet or Cock, 30
  • Newton, W. E., Ornamenting Metallic Surfaces, 67
  • Newton, W. E., Sewing Silk, &c., 424
  • Newton, W. E., Valve Arrangement of Engines, 179
  • Newton, W. E., Pickers for Loom, 158
  • Newton, W. E., Life Boat, 13
  • Newton, William Edward, Grinding the Teeth of Card Cylinders, $5
  • Newton, W. E., Counting Apparatus, 30
  • Newton, W. E., Converting Old Rope or Cordage into Tow, 123
  • Newton, W. E., Portable Railway for Steam Traction Engines on Common Roads, 123
  • Newton, W. E., Preventing Incrustations in Steam Boilers, 85
  • Newton, W. E., Cutting Files, 179
  • Newton, W. E., Looms for Circular Weaving, 31
  • Newton, W. E., Feeding in Fuel to Furnaces, 31
  • Newton, W. E, Measuring Gas, 293
  • Newton, W. E., Laying Submarine Telegraphic Cables, 482
  • Newton, W. E., Combined Steam Boiler and Radiator for Warning, 143
  • Newton, W. E., Mould Candles, 301
  • Newton, W. E., Railway Crossings, 31
  • Newton, W. E., Puddling Iron, 3i Newton, W. E., Obtaining Motive Power, 98
  • Newton, W. B.. Screws or Screw Cap for Sheet Metal, 161
  • Newton, W. E., Furnaces and Steam Boilers, 103
  • Newton, W. E., Clocks or Timekeepers, 284
  • Newton, W. E., Platinum, €5
  • Newton, W. E., Reaping and Mowing Machines, 103
  • Newton, W. E., Drawing Rollers, 8'6
  • Newton, W. E., Cutting Files, 48, 3g6
  • Newton, W. E., Cutting Metals or other Hard Substances, 103
  • Newton, W. E., Feeding Flour and Mixing and Kneading Dough, 140
  • Newton, W. E,, Stirrups, 3:.0
  • Newton, W E., Rolls for Rolling Iron or other Metals, 264
  • Newton, W. E., Igniting Lamps, 329
  • Newton, W. E., Pigments, 254
  • Newton, W. E , Roasting Coffee and other Substances, 330
  • Newton, W. E., Forging Metals, 293
  • Newton, W. E., Motive Power, 483
  • Nichols, John, Sizing Yarns, 482
  • Nicholls, Benjsmin, and Samuel Ledward. Mules for Spinninv, 48
  • Nicholls, William, Warming Milk, 217
  • Nightingale, Charles, Tearing Rags and other Fablicg, 179
  • Nightingale, C., Feeding Air and Fibres intended to be Spun, 483
  • Nickless, Joseph. Railway Chair, 67
  • Nissen. Hiliaiy Nicholas, Impressions similar to Water- \larks upon Paper, 103
  • Noakes, Benjamin, find Frederic John Wood, Sealing of time Joints in Metallic Casks, 81
  • Normandy, Alphonse Rene to Mire de, Soap, 403
  • Norris, Charles, Sulphate of Alumini, 140
  • Norris, John, Jun., and Georgia Worstenholm, Nails, Bolts, and Sciew Blanks, 61
  • Norton, James Lee, and Edwin Wilkinson, Extracting Oil and Grease him Wool, 4.24
  • Nuttall, James, and Louis &can, Fur Gloves, 251
  • Nye. Samuel, Chaff-Cutting Machines, 140
  • Nse, S,\ilk for Grinding Coffee and other Substances, 48
  • Ochin, Charles Bernard, Metallic Roofing Jtes, 158
  • Oetzmann, Frederick, and Thomas Luis Plumb, l'pri.tht Pianoforte Actions, 140
  • Olivier, Arsene Auguste, reating and Winding Silk from the Cocoon, 48
  • Ololson, Edouard Beckman, Pigments or Colours fur P eserving Iron 67
  • Ormson, Henry, Cast Tehular Boilers, 293 140
  • Osborne, William, Ladies' Petticoats, etc., 349
  • Oschinskv, Isaac, Soap, 158
  • Ostrorog, Stanishis Jules Count, Wind Musical Instrument, 482
  • Ott, Jacob Ulrich, and Friedrich August Moritz Udloff, Ruling Paper, 13
  • Outran), F.dwar Steam Regulator, 483 140
  • Oury, Pierre, Impressieg Figures upon Substance' employed for Lining Caps, 293
  • Owen, Edmund Lloyd, Propelling Vessels, 293 140
  • Owen, Edward, Manpres, 330
  • Owen, James, Prevention of Accidents, 386 140
  • O%sen, William, Stretching Woven Fabrics, 13
  • Padgett, William, Earthenware Pipes for Drains, 424
  • Page, Charles Grafton, Cylindrical Door Bolts, b5
  • Page, Henry, Sheet and Crown Glass, 463 140
  • Paisley, James, and tieorge Bertram, Paper, 329
  • Palmer, Henry Robinson, Stamping and Endorsing Machine, 445
  • Palmer, William, Watering Pots, and Apparatus for Waterin2 8,:rfaces, 48
  • Parker, Beniamin, Elastic Composition for Coating, &c., 274
  • Parker, B , Permanent Way, 368
  • Parker, John, Supplying or Feeding Steam Bolters with Water, 158
  • Parker, Joseph, Fitting and Working Venetian Biinda, 330
  • Parkes, AleN alder, Tubes and Cylinders of Copper, 415
  • Parkes, A., Coating Metals, 48
  • Parkes, A., Nails, 445
  • Parkes, A., and Henry Parkes, Sheathing Metals, 482
  • Parkinson, John, Pressure and Vacuum Gauges, 179
  • Parnell, George Frederick, Hooks and Eyes, 254
  • Parry, Henry, Rails for Railways, 217
  • Parsons, tieme, Threshing Machines, le3 140
  • Pargon, George John, and 1 honing
  • Pilgrim, Generating Steam in the Boilers of :-tvain Engines. and in raisinz the Temperature 01
  • Steam for other irse‘, 254
  • Parsons, William, Fittings to Door Handles and 65
  • Parsons, \V., Fastenings for Windows, 48 140
  • Parsons, W , and James Attree, Cock and Flushing Apparatus, 482
  • Paterson, John, Clasps and other Fastenings, 293
  • Partridge, David, Shaft Bearings, 349 140
  • Paulson, Juan, Rotary Pump, 48
  • Patterson, A braham Booth, Lay lug Submarine Cables, 293
  • Paulo, Joseph Michell,Ventilating Coal Mines, 123
  • Peach, Benjamin, Bedsteads, Elastic 13ed Bottoms, &.c , 482
  • Peake, Henry, Beams, Girders, and Bridges, 293
  • Penn, Victor, Protecting Walls, Ceilings, &c., from Humidity, 319
  • Pearce, John Charles, Hot Pressing, 293 Pearson, John 'Michael, Coke, 368
  • Pclez, Antonio, Composition for the Manufacture of Imitative Stones, •18
  • Penn, John, Takieg the Ihrust of Screw and Submerged I ropellers. 217
  • Pepper, John Henry, Displaying various Devices when Revolving Discs are used, 405 Pershouse, Henry, Stereoscopes, 483
  • Peti ie, James, Regulating the admission of Air to Furnaces, 236
  • Pettit, George Brooks, and Henry Fly Smith. Cap or Co% er for the Giasses of Gas and other Lights, 140
  • Petitjean, 'Tony, Aluminium and Magnesium, 254
  • Pickina, William, Feeding Steam Boilers with Water, 445
  • Picot, Louis Francois, Salinometers, 293 140
  • Pidding, William, Piled fabrics, also the Application of certain Machinery for their Production, 424
  • Pinchbeck, John, Screens for Dressing Corn and other Grain, 217
  • Pincoffs, Simon, Treating Madder, &e., 414 140
  • Piiiher. John, Governors fur Marine Steam Engines, 44.)
  • Pirotte, Hubert, Lathes for Boring, 179 140
  • Pitinito, John Talbot, Carburetteu Hydrogen Gas, . 63
  • Pitman, J. T., Making Wood Screws, 48 Pitman, .1 T., Conical Tent, 85
  • Pitman, J. T., Candles, 329
  • Pochin, Hem y Davis, trod James Woolley, Gum irom Am) luceous Substances, 85 Antoine Marie) Preparing Wood for Paper, 329
  • Pole, William, Supporting Telegraph Wires, 85
  • Pollard, Joseph, Apparatus for Distributing Manure, 86
  • Pontonerie, Edouard Besnier do la, Consuming Smoke, 67
  • Porter, Robert, and James Porter, Bricks, 330 140
  • Potts, Ferdinand, Cutting Out and Finishing certain Descriptions of Metallic Tube,, 217
  • Power, William, Furnaces for smoke Prevention, 329
  • Poznan•ki, Francois Xavier, Ascertaining and Indicating the State of the Pulse, 217
  • Platt, Joseph, Gunlocks, S5
  • Plomley, John Croft, Drying Malt and other Produce, 3-9
  • Plunkett, William George, Paper Pulp and Yarn for Textile Fabrics, Cordage, &c., 140
  • Pratchltt, William, and Samuel Horrocks, Regulating the Pressure of Fluids, 179
  • Prestage, Franklin, Furnaces of Boilers, 330
  • Preston, Fran.ls, Spindles of Machines for Preparing, Spinning, and Doubling Cotton, and other Fib, ous Mates ials, 236
  • Preston, Jonathan, Regulating the Pressure of Steam, 4s 140
  • Prideaux, Thomas Symes, Regulating the Supply of Air• Furnaces, 424
  • Prie'tley, Frederick, Signal Instruments, 349
  • Primard, Edouard, Treating Auriferous, Argentiferous, or other Metallic Ores, b5
  • Prince. Alexander, lions used by Tailors for Pt casing Clo; h, 67
  • Proudfout, Duncan, Drying and Preparing Oarancitse, 48
  • Prince, Alexander, Substitute for Varnish, Turpentine, to be employed for Coating, 158
  • Proctor, William, Sulphuric Acid, 140
  • Ptiddeefoot, Michael, Mowing Machines, 30
  • Pujol, Leon, Envelopes and Letter Paper, 368
  • Pulvermacher, Isaac Louis, Pipes or Tubes for Smoking, 13
  • Pulvermacher, I. L., Pipes for Smoking, 85
  • Pulvermacher, I. I,., Creating Electric Currents, chiefly for Medical Purpose., 293
  • Purcell, Jame, Attaching Buttons to Articles of Clothing. 140
  • Ptirsall, William, Eyelets, 329
  • Pyc, George Watson, and Thomas Oldknow, Bobbin Net or Twist Lace, 30
  • Quin, Richard, Cases suitable for containing Pictures, 09
  • ltAleh, Thomas Lowell, and Thomas Lowell Ralph, jun , Metallic Tunes, 44
  • Ramar, Augustin Julion M white!, Ornamenta 1 anil Portable Fountains, 1.10
  • Ramie, Char les IN ilium, Permanent Way Itailw.y•, 254
  • Ramsden, amnel, Construction a .d Fix 'g of Win,in‘% Sashes, 103
  • Rand, Thomas, and George Beckley, Sadd:e-Trees, 386
  • Rankine, William John Macquorn, nblowers, 445
  • R•411F0MC, Frederick, Moulding Plastic Materials, 48
  • Rawson, Henry, Combing Wool and other Fibres, 254
  • Reeves, Charles, Swords, Matchets, and Knives, 34J 140
  • Rec.% ea, C , Knives, Reeve,, C., Repeating Fire-arms, 386
  • Reeves, C., Sword, 3 9
  • Reeve, John, Propelling Vessels 905, 482 140
  • Iteeveri, Robert, and J 0111) Depoziting Seed and McIntire, 4S2
  • Regnauld, Athanase Victor t. onstant, Preservative Medicine, 329
  • Rennie, George, Vessels fo War and Revenue Purposes, 293
  • Rennie, Robert, Self-actirg Trap Doors for Mines, 48
  • Renton, Amherst Hawker, Steering Vessels, 1b8
  • Restell, Thomas, Breoch-loading Fire-arms, 103, 849
  • Reuver, Daniel, Propelling and Steering, 329 Rhodes, Godfrey, Cunip or Field Tent, 330 140
  • iticharues, 'Wiliam hardley, War Weapon, 463
  • Ri.ey, Samuel, Chocolate and Cocoa, 445 140
  • Richardson, Benjamin, A r tides in Glass, PO as to Produce Peculiar Ornamental Effects, 140
  • Richardson, Benjamin, Flint Class, 123 140
  • Richardson, '1 humus, :treating Manganese Ores, 463
  • Richardson, T., and Manning Prentice, Salts and Pi eparati, us of Phosphoric Add, 349
  • Richardson, %% illiam, aid George Richardson, Brakes;o t,e applied by Motive Poorer, 3 9
  • Rici.ett, Thomas, Sus; ing Seeds and Manure 217
  • 'ticket!, T., Cultivating Land, 140
  • Itidsdule, Joseph, Ships' Scuttles, 140
  • Arthur, se n.„ and Arihnr Rigg, jun., Sawing, Blot Living, and 'lemming \V ood, 293
  • Riley, Edward, Looms, 217
  • Riley, William, and Thomas Riley, Saving or Covering the Lists of 'revile Fabrics previous to the Dyeing of such Fabrics, 309
  • Ripley, Abraham, Mills for Grinding Myrabo-lams, 482
  • Rohe: ts, John, jun., Combustion of Fuel, &c., 179
  • Roberts, Thomas, and John Dale, Obtaining Pigments from Dye 'Woods, 140
  • Rohet ts, Thomas Humphrey, Cleaning the Inside of Casks and Puncheons, 13
  • Robert., T H., Cask', 30
  • Itoberbon, James, Furnaces, and in the Con-stimpt lon of smoke. k54
  • Robertson, J., Lifting and Regulating the Motion of Heavy Bodies, 30
  • Robertson, John, Treating or Preparing and Boiling Hags, 13
  • Robertson, Wil;iam, Pistons, 30
  • Robinson, Boyden, Bodies and Jackets of Ladle's' Dresses, 293
  • Robinson, George, Hulling Berries and Seeds, 405
  • Robinson, George Thomas, Obliterating Postage Stamps nil Letters, stamping the Post Ma ks, anct 11 eg istering the N um uer of Letters so Stamped, 329
  • Robinson, George William, Clod-Crushing Rollers, 386
  • Robson, Thomas, Washing Machines, •c7.4
  • Robs, s,eoig.., Raising Water and Employing the same as a Mothe Power, 293
  • Roehrig, Phi;ippe, Fabric to be used for Manufacturing Petticoats and other Parts of ‘N omen's Dress, 217
  • Romaine, Robert, Cultivating Land, 329
  • Ronald, James, Laing or Depositing Sub. marine Telegraph Cables, 217
  • Ronald, Robert Alexander, Shawls, 386 140
  • Hooke, \V illiani Ashby, Dextrine in the Making alai Sizing of Paper, 349
  • sigismond, 1'rintitR on both Sides of a Sheet ul Paper by a Single Impre, con on an Ordinary Lithographic Press, 217
  • Rou'selot, Joseph S,ipion, Obtaining Motive Power, 4S
  • Rowan, ‘Villiarn, Scotching and lleckling Flat a d other Bimini'. Vegetable Fibs cs, 67 140
  • Rowan, %V., Spit-mail/ Flax, iti3
  • Rowan, W , steam & Furnace Flues,85
  • Rowelitfe, Thomas, Bricks, Drain l'ipes, and Tiles, 406
  • Ross land; Ellis, Steam Engines, 158
  • Rowland, Maria Bouneall, Soap and Deter. gent Preparations, 13
  • Royds, Thomas, Thomas Roscow, James Lord, Lifting Heavy Bodies, 67
  • Roys, Thomas Welcome, Capture of \V hales and other Purposes, 236
  • Roys, T. W., Explosive Shells, 13 Rruninghaus, Gustav, Treatment of Iron Ore (Crude Iron) for the Production of Iron and Steel, 274
  • Rubery, John, Umbrella and Parasol Furniture, 309
  • Rubery, J., Umbrellas and Parasols, 482
  • Ruegg, Emanuel, Calendar inkstand, 67
  • Ruff, Franz, and Maximilian Gutkind, Folding and Measuring Fabrics and Registering the same, 235
  • Rugg, Datus Ensign, Water-Gauges for Steam Boilers, 85
  • Russell, John Scott, Moving Ships and Vessels out of and into the Water, 85
  • Russell, Joseph, Henry ‘Villiam Spratt, and William Press, Propelling Boats, 103
  • Ruston, Joseph, and James Toyne Proctor, Dressing Grain, 482
  • Rutter, Thomas, and James Banister, Umbrellas and Parasols, 31
  • Sack, Rudolph, Ploughs, 254
  • Sacre, Anthony Charles, Measuring Water, 482
  • Saintard, Nicolns, Brake for Railway and other Carriages, 140
  • Sal'ec, Jean, Satety Lock, 30
  • Saloman-Cohen, Adolphe Ambroise, Drain Pipes, 445
  • Sampson, George, Joseph Sampson, and Elijah Ledger, Rigging Woven Fabrics, 30 140
  • Samuelson, Bernhard, Safety Apparatus for giving Artificial Light, 123
  • Spindllands, W illiarn, Chimney Cans, 329
  • Sands, Charles, Stereoscopes, 463
  • Saunders, Thomas. Tumbler Key and Lever Tumbler Lock, 293
  • Sanderson, Charles, Railway Bars, Girders, &c., 48
  • Saunders. David Hogg, Textile Fabrics and Materials, 386
  • Savage, Robert Watson, Spring and Appliances for Carriages, 274
  • Savory, James, Separating Seeds and Dirt from Wheat, &c., 67
  • Sawney, William, Winnowing or Corn Dressing Machines, 30
  • Scartliff, John Robinson, Mathematical Instru. mews, 179
  • Schaub, George Rollers with Patterns thereon for Printing Fabrics, 293
  • Schloss, Joseph, Lock or Fastening, 463
  • Schmidt, Henry, Advertising in Railway CarriaKes;tild other Vehicles, 13
  • Schone'iiann, Juliuq, Weighing Machines, 140
  • Schuessel, Johann Julius, and Peter Julius Thouret, Rendering Inflammable Materials Incombustible, 386
  • Scott, Andrew, Stops for Gates and Doors, 103
  • Scott, George, Steam Generators, 329
  • Scott, Uriah, Roots and Shoes, 309
  • Scott, U., Cleaning Knives, 25.1
  • Searby, William, Elastic Spring, applicable to Bedsteads, and other similar Purposes, 463
  • Searr, George, and James Pollard, Power, Looms for Weaving, 3-I9
  • Seaward, Abram, and Charles Seaward. Boiler for Heating and Keeping up Circulation in Water, 254
  • Seinen, John, Cutting Cork, 4-15
  • Sellers, William, Boring Mills for Operating in Metals, 254
  • Seropyan, Christopher Dicran, Preparing Bank Notes and other Papers, to prevent Counterfeiting, by Photography, 123
  • Servan, Artstlde Michel, Cementation of Iron, 254
  • Settle, Thomas, Looms for Weaving, 217
  • Sewers, Samuel Henry, Dusting Turnips, 482
  • Seyferth, Augustus, Sulphuret of Carbon, for M otive Purposes, 329
  • Sharpies, James, Drying Cotton and other Fibrous Substances, 30
  • Shakespeare, H. J. C., H. E. I. C. S Carriages, 329
  • Shanks, Andrew, Shaping and Cutting Metals and other Substances, 217
  • Sharman, William, Metallic Compound, 330
  • Sharman, W., Metallic Compopnd, 405
  • Sharpe, Benjamin, Electric Telegraph Cables, and in Apparatus for Paying.out such Cables
  • Shaw, Benjamin, Windows, 483
  • Shaw, Charles, Malts for Photographic and other Pictures, 67
  • Shaw, Richard, Preparing Cotton, &c., 48
  • Shaw, Thomas George, Washing and W ringing Machines, 179
  • Shaw, T. 0 , Threshing Wheat, 179
  • Shaw, James, and Hugh Shaw, Preparing and Spinning Cotton, 30
  • Shepard, Edward Clarence, Magneto.Electric Machines, 482
  • Sheppard, John, Cultivating Land, 463
  • Sherratt, Thomas, Time-keepers, 30
  • Shibles, George Webster, Reefing Ships' Sails, 329
  • Shleidc, William, Etching Surfaces to be used in Printing, 424
  • Shiers, Richard, jun., Velvets, 254
  • Shillibeer, George, and George Giles, Omnibuses, 386
  • Shoner, John Frederick, Common Road Carrlages, 140
  • Sieber, John James, Power Looms, 349
  • Siemens, Charles William, Refrigirating and producing Ice, 158
  • Silver, Thomas, Regulating the Paying out and the Laying-down of Submarine Telegraph Cables, k7.i
  • Simpson, John Harwood, Making Bands of Straw, 330
  • Sinclair, James, Cutting Stone. -182
  • Singleton Thomas, Looms, 293
  • Slack, Elijah, Treatment and Use of Grains, &c., 4-2
  • Slack, John. Lubricating certain Parts of Loi,ms for Wearing. 13
  • Sleddon, John, and Joseph Marsland, Preventing Incrustration in steam Boilers, 251
  • Sloper, Joseph, Obtaining Motive Power, 424
  • Smith, Andrew, Life Boats, 85
  • Smith, Archibald, Wire Ropes, 179
  • Smith, Earle Harry. Sewing Machines, 329
  • Smith, Ephraim, Safety-hook applitable to Securing Watches to Garments, 424
  • Smith, George Horatio, Governor for Steam Engines, 349
  • Smith, Hugh, Implement for Pulverising and Cleansing Land, 123
  • Smith, H., and Frederick Moore Smith, Firearms, 140
  • Smith, James, Horsehair Crinoline for Petticoats, 3(
  • Smith John, Woven Fabrics, 48
  • Smith, J., Flour Dres'ing Machine', 179
  • Smith, Octavius Henry, Supplying Steam to
  • Water to Heat the same, 140
  • Smith, Peter Rector, Fire-arms and Ordnance, 123
  • Smith, Solomon P , Iron Wheell for Railway Carriages, 424
  • Smith, Stephen, Coffins, :',29
  • Smith Thomas, Embo•sing Woven Fabrics and other Materials, 217
  • Smith, '1 homes Mosdell, Candles, 103
  • Smith, %% illtam, Chromotypographical Printing Presses, 309
  • Smith, W., it oap, 179
  • Smith, W., Engraving the MetaDie Surfaces of Printing Rollers, 274
  • Smith, William, Steam Generators, 274
  • Smith, W., Protecting the Turnip Crop by destroying the Turnip Fly, 6tc., 463
  • Smith, W., Couplings for Shafts, 386
  • Smith, W., Horse Hoes and Drills, 103
  • Smith, W., Steam Engines for giving Motion to Agricultural Implements,103
  • Smith, W., Size made from elatine, 217
  • Smith, William John Thomas, and Frederick Talbot, Hair Pins, 123
  • Snell, Henry Saxon, Retarding Omnibuses and other Carriages, 293
  • Solomon, Simon, Umbrellas and Walking Canes, 463
  • Stodart, Malcolm, Soundboards of Pianofortes, 424
  • Sorel, Stanislas Tranquille Modesto, Chemical Compositions producing either House Paintings, Cement, or Plastic Paste to be Moulded, 179
  • Speight, George, Wigs and Bracelets, 293
  • Speight, John, Wool Combing, 85
  • Spence, Peter, Sulphuric Acid, and in Obtaining Salts of Ammonia thereby, 236
  • Spencer, John Frederick, Steam Engines, 463
  • Spencer, Thomas,Purification of Water, 31
  • Spottiswoode, Adrew, Compressing Artificial Fuel, 48
  • Spray, Frederic George, Gunpowder, 463
  • Standring, William, Throttle and Mule Spring for Spinning Macines, 482
  • Starr, Henry, Hinges, 85
  • Stauen, Werner, Treating Agava, American or Mexican Grass, and the Manufacture of a New Fabric therefrom, 217
  • Steele, George, and William Steele, Double-Backed Double Boiler for Heating with Hot Water, 217
  • Stevens, Ebenezer, Making Bread and Pastry, 329
  • Stevenson, James, jun., Lighting, 424
  • Stewart, Charles Patrick, and David Graham Hope, Valve Gear of Locomotive and other Engines, 85
  • Stiff, James, Drain Pipes, 482
  • Stobbs, John, and George Roger Hall, Pumps for Raising Liquids, 209
  • Stoneham, James, and John Pipler Lees, Connecting Piping, 329
  • Storey, Isaac, and John Henry Storey, Water Gauges for Steam Boilers, 349
  • Stothard, Daniel, Joseph Jones, David and Benjamin Woolf Jonas, Ship's Block, 445
  • Struve, William Price, Miners' Safety Lamps, 48
  • Sturm, Salomon, and Henry Emile Bour, Optical Lenses, 48
  • Summers, John, Clog Irons, heels and Tips for Boots, 482
  • Sutcliffe, James, Water Gaugcs, 30
  • Swan, John Holley, Crushing Quartz and other Hard Substances, and fur Amalgamating, 103
  • Sweet, Henry Kinsman. Photographic Portraits and Pictures, 445
  • Swiuburn, John Field, Fire Arms, 330
  • Swindell's George, and Jonathan Arnold, Spinning and Doubling Yarns, 85
  • Sykes, Edward, and Matthew William Crawford, Panzi and Furnaces for Soap Boiling and other similar Offensive Processes, 4R
  • Symons, William, Communication between the Passengers and Guards of Railway Trains, 158
  • Talbot, Richard, and Benjamin Croasdalc, Looms, 179
  • Tatlow, James, and henry Hodgkinson, Railway Brakes and Signals, 140
  • Taylerson, Robert, Metal Ships and Vessels, 217
  • Taylor, Ephraim, Looms, 254
  • Taylor, Henry, Cans Employed in Connexion with Machinery for Preparing Cotton, 386
  • Taylor, Isaac, Printing Fabrics when Cylinders are employed, 445
  • Taylor. James, Dredging Machines, 424 Taylor, John George, Doors and other Closures to Buildings, 349
  • Taylor, Samuel Lawrence, Steam Engines, 190
  • Taylor. William Bowers, Driving Looms for Weaving, 482
  • Thom, James, and Hugh M'Naught, Looms for Weaving. 903
  • Thell .r, Meinrad, l'rinting Telegraph, 293
  • Thompson, Charles, and James Thompson, Discharging Condensed Water or other Fluids from Steam Pipes, Drying Cylinders, and other Apparatus where Steam is used, 236
  • Thompson, Edmund, Pianoforte Hammers, 31
  • Thompson, Edwin, and William Joseph
  • Nicholson, Railway Switches, 293
  • Thompson, Henry, and Samuel Thompson, Pianofortes, 445
  • Thompson, Thomas Jefferson, Gasometers, 13
  • Thompson, William Joseph, Small Coal to be used as Fuel, 31
  • Thomson, William, Propelling Ships, 482
  • Thurber, Charles, Kaligraph or Writirg Machine, 48
  • Tickle, John, Metallic Pistons, 179
  • Till, Thomas, and William Gardiner, Preventing Collisions on Railways, 140
  • Tindall. Robert. jun., Harpoon Guns and Ammunition, 482
  • Tinker, John, Sizeing Mattor, 415
  • Tisdall, Edmund Charles, Preserving Animal and Vegetable Fluids, 482
  • Todd, W illiam, Treatment of Yarns, 13
  • Todd, William Richard, jun., Preparing Washing Blue, 329
  • Tooth, Charles, and William Watkin Wynne, Refrigerator, 424
  • Topham, Charles, Raising and Forcing Liquids, 103
  • Townsend, Joseph, Sillpburous Add, 405
  • Travis, Edwin. and Joseph Louis Casseirtelli Stewarding the Supply and Discharge of Fluids, 18
  • Tremeschin, A ntonie, Curling Tongs, 179 140
  • Tuck, Joseph Henry, Light to Facilitate Operations under Water, 13
  • Tucker, John Jervis, and George Blaxland, Steam Boiler and other Furnaces, 217
  • Turner, Archibald, Elastic Fabrics, 274
  • Tyler. Henry Wheatley, Permanent Way of Railways, 13
  • Underhill, 'William Scott,Wringing Machines, 13
  • Upward, Alfred, Coke, 140
  • Uric, Robert, and William Sutherland, Knitted and Weft netted%% arp Fabrics, 424
  • Urry, Barnabas, t15
  • Usher, Alfred Austin, Moderator Limp, 13
  • Ussher, Richard, Motive Power to Threshing Machines, 33u
  • Vandeleur, Arthur, Fire-places, 463
  • Vasserot, Charles Frederic, Permanent Way of Railways, 48
  • Vasserot, C. Moulding Candles, 217
  • Vasserot, C. 10., Measuring and Regibtering the Flow of Liquids, 140
  • Vasserot. C. F Smoke-consuming Grate, 217
  • Vigers, Edward, Wrought-iron Beams, 329 Vero, Charles, and James Everitt, Hats, 31 140
  • Vintuit, Jean Henry, and Jules Viault, Signals on Railways, 424
  • Vicars, Thome, sen., Thomas Vicars, jun., Thomas Ashmore, and James Smith, Bread, Biscuits, and like Articles, 103
  • Wadsworth, James, Artificial Light and Heat, 329
  • Wagstaff, Robert, Digging Land, 179
  • Wagstaff, R., Locomotive Eng;nes to be Employed on Common Roads, 293
  • Wahl, Otto William, Farinaceous Products from Potatoes, 424
  • Wainwright. George James, and Charles Timothy Bradbury, Tubes used in Spinning and Doubling Machinery, 293
  • Wainwright, G. J., and C. T. Bradbury, Diminishing the Amount of Waste in the Use of Cops for Manufacturing Purposes, 140
  • Walenn, William Henry, Electric Deposition of Metals and Metallic Alloys, 30
  • Walker, Andrew, and Thomas Walker, Treatment of Moulds for Casting Metals, 254
  • Walker, Charles, Manure from Sewerage Matters, 349
  • Walker, C., Atmospheric Railways, 349 140
  • Walker, Gavin, and James Clachan, Looms, 140
  • Walker, Henry, James Beaumont, and Joseph Gothard, Steam-engines, 46.1
  • NV all, Arthur, Amalgamating Metals, 217 140
  • Wall, A., Coating Metallic Surfaces, 217
  • Walmsley. John, and Thomas Howard, Warping, or Dressing and Winding on Yarns or Threads, 254
  • Walmsley, Samuel, Footsteps for Upright Shafts and Spindles, 329
  • Wanostrocht, Vincent, Obtaining Fatty and Oily Matters by Distillation, 330
  • Wanostrocht, V., Converting Muskets and other Fire-arms into Rifled Fire-arms, 330
  • Wappenstein, Rudolph, Cleaning Engraved Surfaces, 386
  • Warburton, James, Combing Wool and other Fibres, 329
  • Ward, James, Pumps, 309
  • Ward, Thomas, Strip and Hoop Iron, 31
  • Warner, Frederick, Supplying Water to Water Closets, 31
  • Warner, F., Ball Cocks and Valves, 140
  • Waterhouse, Thomas, Applying Steam and Atmospheric Air to Actuating and Governing Hammers, 309
  • Watkins, Francis, Screw Nuts, 48
  • Watson, Charles, Curing certain Bodily Complaints. 274
  • Watson, Richard, Weaving, 293
  • Watson, It. Meddles for Weaving, 274
  • Way, John Thomas, Obtaining Light by Electricity, 405
  • Webb, John, Chaff Cutter, 274
  • Webb, J , hopper, 254
  • Webster, James, Safety Valves, 103
  • Webster, Stanley, Tanning, 424
  • Webster, Thomas, Permanent Way of Rail. ways, 274
  • Weedon, George, and Thomas Turner-Weedon, Knife-Cleaning Machine, 405
  • Welch, James, Carriages and Portable Railways, 320
  • West, Abel, Candles, 386
  • west, Clement Lawrence, Window Sashes, 445
  • West, Elizabeth Burton, Brewing, 380
  • Wheateroft, William Smith, and James Newton Smith, Valves and the Chambers connected therewith, 235
  • Wheeler, George Printy, Paper Pulp, 445 140
  • Wheeler, Thomas, Cutting Turnips and other Roots, 463
  • Whitaker, Edmund, Alfred Law, and James Fletcher, Steam Engines, 235
  • White, Joseph, Escapements for Chroncmeters, 48
  • White, William Wall, and William Bull, Rollers applicable for Blinds, Maps, and other Purposes, 368
  • Whitehead, James Heywood, Milling Endless Cloths, 85
  • Whitehead, J. IL Pressing Cloth, 123 Whitehead, Samuel, Trowsers, 293
  • Whitesmith, Isaac, and William Whitesmith, Weaving, 30
  • Whit tam, Robert, Ruling upon Metallic Rollers for Printing Calico and other Materials, 217
  • Whitworth, Joseph, Ordnance, Fire-Arms, and Projectiles, 67
  • Whyte, Alexander, NVeaving, 264
  • Wicks, Richard, Furnaces, 254
  • Wilber, William, Ilulling and Extracting Oils from Oleaginous Seeds, 30
  • Wilkins, Edward, Frames for Horticultural and Vegetative Purposes, 349
  • Wilkins, Thomas Bent, and Thomas Milward, Combination of Dies for Stamping Belt Fastenings, 264
  • Wilkins, William, Looped Fabrics, 30
  • Wilkinson. Thomas Coxon, Pump Valves, 463
  • Williams, Charles Wye, Stoam Engine Boiers, 463
  • Williams, Joshua, Coupling and Connecting Carriages on Railways, 424
  • Williams, Nicholas, and Thomas Williams, Driving Gear of Threshing Machines, 85
  • Williams, Richard, Soap, 368
  • Williams, Thomas, Ships, whereby their Draft may be regulated, 2T4
  • Williams, William, Graving Slips for the Repairing of Ships, 1.i0
  • Williamson, William Blake, Looms, 140
  • Willis, Thomas, and George Chen, Spinning Yarn and Thread, &c., 30
  • Willway, John Sweet, Gas Valve, 309
  • Wilson, Edward, Consuming Smoke, 140 140
  • Wilson, Thomas, Boot and Shoe Cleaning Apparatus. 293
  • Wilson, William, and James John Joseph Field, Casting Liquified Substances, 405
  • Wimball, Henry, Bricks and other Articles, 386
  • Winder, John Hathorialiwaite, Rotary Steam Engines and Pumps, 293
  • Windiniusen, Franci4, Increasing the Adhesion of the Wheels of Locomotive Engines to Rails when moist, 386
  • Woodhead, Minns, James Woodhead, and John Woodhead, Kiln Tiles, 386
  • Woodman, Webster, Railroad Wheels, 85 140
  • Woodward, Henry, Knife Cleaner, 463
  • Woodworth. Charles W. Capstans, 67 140
  • Woolley, Edward, Indicator for Registering the Names of Persuns occupying Chambers, 48
  • Worsam, George Jarvis, Ink Self-supplying Pen-holder, 293
  • Wright, James, Treating Madder for Printing, also in the Preparation of Silk, 463
  • Wright, J., Gas, 103
  • Wright, John, Treating Strips of Steel for Hardening and Tempering, 349
  • Wright, John Turner, and Edwin Payton Wright, Coverings for Railway Trucks, atc., 13
  • Wright, Josiah, Alfred W right and Francis Roberts, Treating the Rhubarb Plant, 48
  • Wright, Richard, Steam Boilers, 30
  • Wright, R., Heating, and in Apparatus for the same, 349
  • Wright, William, Annealing Glass in Ovens, 13
  • Wright, W., Feeding Fires with Fuel, 30 140
  • Wright, W., Flushing Apparatuses applicable to Cisterns, 6Lc., 67
  • Wyatt, William, Haymaking Machines, 140
  • Yates, James, Preparing and Spinning Fibrous Materials, 349
  • Young, William, Lamps and Burners, 31 Young, W., Fire-places, 179

Complete Specifications. List of Names

  • Ashcroft, Edward Halliday, Preventing the Overheating and Bursting of Steam. boilers, 405
  • Barden, John Smith, Aaron Watkins, Rockwood Holmes Hinkley, and Daniel Franklin Child, Engines for Hydraulic Purposes, 254
  • Bodmer, Rudolph, Winding and Doubling Silk and other Fibrous Substances, 274
  • Bourne, John, Steam Train for Navigating Shallow Rivers, 103
  • Bouvert, Jean Jaques, and Francois Isidore Jean Pascal, Smoke-preventing Apparatus, 103
  • Chamberlain, Amos Pierce, Cutting Corks, 179
  • Gedge, John, Stopping Carriages on Ordinary Roads, 405
  • Hodges, Henry, Gunpowder, 179
  • Parker, Jonathan, Grinding Card Cylinders of Carding Engines, 293
  • Poeliin, Henry Davis, and James Woolley, 424
  • Ward, Frederick Oldfleld, 463

Provisional Protection. Subject matter.

  • Action of Pianofortes, Thomas Jackson, 254
  • Actuating Railway Signals, Gustave Markfoy, 48
  • Adaptation of Stereoscopic Apparatus, Henry Bauerrichter and Gustave Gottgetreu, 158
  • Adjusting Ordnance for Fire by Nightor Day, William George Armstrong. 158
  • Adjusting the Sliding Parts of Chandeliers and Gas Pendonts, William Middleton, jun., and Thomas Tertius Chilling worth, 254
  • Administering Food and Medicines, Henry Edwards, 330
  • Advertising, Charles Eugene Lecointe, 495
  • Advertising in Railway Carriages and other Vehicles, Henry Schmidt, 13
  • Agricultural Engines, Collinson Hall and Thomas Charlton, 123
  • Agricultural Implements, James Moon, Robot t Bell, and George Ewbank, 85
  • Alarm Signals for the Prevention of Accidents on Railways, Peter Ashcroft, 217
  • Alkaline Salts, Thomas Bell, 349
  • Aluminium, F. C. Knowles, 48
  • Aluminium and Magnesium, Tony Petitjean, 254
  • Amalgamating Metals, Arthur Wall, 217
  • Ambulance Carriages, Daniel de la Cherois Gout ley, 424
  • Annealing Glass in Ovens, William Wright, 13
  • Anti-Friction Apparatus for Revolving Surface, Pierre Alphonse Brussaut, 463
  • Antiseptic Composition, Marguerite Antoinette Laurent, 67
  • Application of a certain Material for the Backs of Cards, Daniel Foxwell, 463
  • Applying the Air from the Bellows to th6
  • Forge, William Cliff, 158
  • Applying Hot Air and Vapour Baths, Wm. Alexander Clarke, 179
  • Applying Steam and Atmospheric Air to Actuating and Governing Hammers, Thomas Waterhouse, 309
  • Articles in Glass, so as to Produce Peculiar Ornamental Effects, Benjamin Richardson, 140
  • Artificial Fuel, Jahez Church, GT Artificial Ices from Cream and other Liquids, W. S. Clark, 30
  • Artificial Light, Bernhard Samuelson, 123 Artificial Light and Heat, James Wadsworth, 329
  • Ascertaining the Actual Acclivity and Declivity of Bodies, Tomyns Brewne, 85
  • Ascertaining and Indicating the State of the Pulse, Francois Xavier Poznanski, 217
  • Ascertaining and Recording the Speed of Ships, Thomas Massey and Thomas Savage, 329
  • Ascertaining and Registering the Depth of Water and the Pressure of Steam, James Long and Joseph Long, 329
  • Atmospheric Railway, C. Walker, 349 Attaching Buttons to Articles of Clothing, James Purcell, 140
  • Automatic Feeding Printing Press, W. 8. Clark, 140
  • Axle Bearings, Peter Armand le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 13
  • Azotic Cotton for Photographic Purposes, Peter Hippolyte Gustave Berard, 85
  • Bakers' Ovens, A. V. Newton, 217
  • Ball Cocks hnd Valves, F. Warner, 190
  • Band to be employed for Distending Skirts, Robert Gray, 293
  • Beams, Girders, and Bridges, William Henry Peake, 293
  • Beating the Whites of Eggs, &c., Edward Paige Griffiths, 30
  • Beaters of Threshing Machines, Henry Brims-mend, 217
  • Bedsteads, Francoise Honoritip Felice Ber. trawl de Sivray. 445
  • Betisteadii. Elastic Bed Bottoms, tkc., Benja-mm Peach, 482
  • Bedsteads, for the Purpose of excluding therefrom Bogs or other similar Insects, Jacob Green, 85
  • Bedsteads and similar Articles to recline or sit on, Edward ilallen, 140
  • Bending and Shaping Metals, Joseph llunnett, 4
  • Better 111umitiation of the Davy Lamp, Jo. sepli Arthington and Henry Smith. 103 Bird Cages, Frederick Ayckbourn, 945
  • Blast Stove, Frederick Levick, jun., and John James, 31
  • Bleaching and Finishing Fabrics, Arthur Dobson, 103
  • Blinds for Windows, Virginie Bacque‘ille-Pieters, 30
  • Blocking or Supporting Ships or Vessels for the Purpose of Docking them, Edwin Clark and Joseph Henry Tuck, 31
  • Boats, It. A. Brooman, 3s6
  • Boats, Charles Guinm, 179
  • Itobbin Net or Twist Lace, John Fisher, 217 Bobbin Net or Twist Lace, George Watson l'ye and Thomas Ohlknow, 30
  • Bodies and Jackets of Ladies' Dresses, Boydell Robinson, 293
  • Boilers, J. H. Johnson, 140
  • Boilers and Furnaces, Peter Brotherhood, 445 Boilers for Generating Steam, Robert Gibson, Joseph Gnscoigne, and Samuel Gibson, 163 Boiler for Generating Steam, Alexander Hediard and Senateur Levieux, 274
  • Boiler for Heating and Keeping up Circulation in Water, Abram Seaward and Charles Seaward, 254
  • Boilers, Steam, Richard Wright, 39
  • Boil63ers, Steam Engine, Charles Wye Williams, 4
  • Boots and Shoes, Julian Bernard, 349
  • Boots and Shoes, P. A. le Comte de Fontaine-moreau, 103
  • Boots and Shoes, J. King, 254
  • Boots and Shoes, Uriah Scott, 309
  • Boots, Shoes, Harness, and Driving Straps, Charles de Clippcle, 386
  • Boots, Shoes, and Slippers, Thomas Crick and John Throne Crick, 293
  • Boot and Shoe Cleaning Apparatus, Thomas Wilson, 293
  • Boring Mills for Operating in Metals, William Sellers, 254
  • Boring Tools for Wells, Joseph Bennett, 140 Bottling with Fluids, Thomas Clune and John Macintosh, 103
  • Bouquet Holders, Charlotte Delevante, 274 Bowls of Castors for Furniture, Joseph Hetherington, 482
  • Bows of Watches, &c., James William Benson, 179
  • Braces, James Houghton, 445
  • Brake for Railway and other Carriages, Nicolas Saintard, 140
  • Brake applicable to Wheeled Carriages, Robt. Ker Aitchison, 445
  • Brakes, John Ingram, 217
  • Brakes to be applied by Motive Power, Wm. Richardson and George Richardson, 309 Brakes for Omnibuses, James Joseph Cardin, Braking Apparatus for Vehicles used on Rail. ways, 'fhenphi!us Gough and Joshua Margerison, 217
  • Bread, Biscuits, and Cakes, Joseph Alsop and Elward Fairburn, 140
  • Bread, Biscuits, and like Articles, Thomas Vicars, sen., Thranas Vicars, jun., Thomas Ashmore, and James Smith, 103
  • Bread and Pastry, Making, Ebenezer Stevens, 329
  • Breaking or Pulverising Land, Henry Vennor Cowham, 103
  • Breech-loading Fire-arm, Thomas Eade, 179 Breeeh.loading Fire-arms, Antoine Alphonse Chasserot, 482
  • Breech-loading Fire arms, R. A . Brooman, 48 Breech-loading Guns and in Projectiles for the same, Charles William Lancaster, 274 Brewing, James Lawrence, 85
  • Brewing, Elizabeth Burton West, 386
  • Bricks, William Gorse and Samuel Pollock, 80 Bricks, Robert Porter and James Porter, 330 Bricks and other Articles, Henry Wlmball, 386
  • Bricks, Drain Pipes, and Tiles, Thomas Row-cli Ile, 405
  • Brick, Tiles, and other similar Articles, Joseph Lewis, '493
  • Bricks, Tiles, and other Articles of Clay, Chas. Fletcher, 31
  • Brick.making Machine, C. Barlow, 217
  • Bullion Boxes, Richard Hoe, 179
  • Buoyant Fabrics, Charles Goodyear, 463 Buoys, Fog, Wreck, and other, Geo. Chowler, 309
  • Burning Fuel, Edward Vincent Gardner, 31 Burning Night Lights or Mortars, Samuel Clarke, 293
  • Buttons, John Cope, 445
  • Calendar Inktand, Emanuel Ruegg, 67 Calendering and Mangling Cloth, Peter Car. michael, 217
  • Camp or Field Tent, Godfrey Rhodes, 330 Candles, John Lyon Field and Charles Hum-frcy, jun., 48
  • Candles, J. T. Pitman, 329
  • Candles, Thomas Mosdell Smith, 103 Candles, Abel West, 386
  • Cans Fmployed in Connexion with Machinery for Preparing Cotton, Henry Taylor, 386
  • Cap or Cover for the Glasses of Gas and other Lights, George Brooks Pettit and Henry Fly Smith, 140
  • Capstans, William Johnson, 65
  • Capstans, Charles W. Woodworth, 67 Capture of W hales and other Purposes, Thomas Welcome Roys, 236
  • Carbonising Peat Wood and other Combustible Matters, Louis Moreau, Paris, 251 Carburetted Hydrogen Gas, John Talbot Pitman, 368
  • Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Materials, Thomas Sidebottom Adshead and John Platt, 254
  • Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Substances, Samuel Faulkner, 276
  • Carding Engines, George Lister, 31
  • Carding Engines, John Milne, 386
  • Carding and Combing Engines, Thomas Ashton, 140
  • Carding and Condensing Engines, J. Apperly and W. Clissold, 386
  • Carding Engines and in Condensers applicable thereto, J. Apperly and W. Clissold, 13 Carding Fibrous Substances, W . Clark, 386 Carding Flax, Tow, and other Fibrous Sub. stances, Thomas Wilkes Lord, 31
  • Carding and Condensing Fibrous Substances, James Farrabee and Charles Whitmore, 424
  • Carding or Preparing Textile Materials, John Leslie, 309
  • Carria329ges, H. J. C. Shakespeare, H.E.I.C.S.•
  • Carriages for Children, John Forster Meakin, .18
  • Carriages and Portable Railways, James Welch, 329
  • Casks, Barrels, and other similar Articles, George Green, 103
  • Casks, T. H. Roerts, 30
  • Casks for containing Liquids, R. A. Broo-man, 463
  • Cast Steel, H. Bessemer, 274
  • Cast Steel, Robert Mullet, 31
  • Cast Tubular Boilers, Henry Ormson, 293 Casting Liquified Substances, N% illiam «'ileon and James John Joseph Field, 405 Casting Metals, William Barwell, 140 Castors, G. T. Bousfield, 424
  • Caustic Soda from Liquors obtained in the Manufacture of Alkali, Henry Deacon, 463 Cementation of Iron, Aristide Michel Servan, 254
  • Cementing Fabrics when India-rubber is employed, Joseph Fr), 424
  • Chaff Cutter, John Webb, 274
  • Chaff-Cutting Machines, Samuel Nye, 140 Chain Cable, William Bayliss, 293
  • Chandelier or other Pendent Gas Lights, Edward Curtis Kemp, 13
  • Characters on Paper, J. H. Johnson, 103
  • Chemical Compositions producing either House Paintings, Cement, or Plastic Paste to be Moulded, Stanislas Tranquille Modesto Sorel, 179
  • Cheese Making and Drawing-off Liquids, Robert M‘ Adam, 179
  • Children's Cots and Metallic Bedsteads, George H alien Cottam and Henry Richard Cottam, 158, 236
  • Chimney Cans, William Sandllands, 329 Chloride of Lime, Jonathan Burnett, 140 Chlorine and Sulphuric Acid, Frederick Albert Gatey, 217
  • Chocolate and Cocoa, Samuel Riley, 445 Chromotypographical Printing Presses, William Smith, 309
  • Cigar Tube for Smoking Cigars or Tobacco George Frederick Hack, 274
  • Circular Sawing Machinery, IL A. Brooman, 158
  • Clasps and other Fastenings, John Paterson, 293
  • Cleaning Carpets, A. V. Newton, 463 Cleaning and Crushing Grain, M. Henry, 103 Cleaning the Inside of Casks and Puncheons, Thomas Humphrey Roberts, 13
  • Cleaning Engraved Surfaces, Rudolph Wap-penstein, 386
  • Cleaning Knives, U. Scott, 254
  • Cleaning and Polishing Knives, W. S. Clark, 13
  • Cleaning and Preventing the Formation of Incrustation of Boilers, Antoine and Jean Martin, 463
  • Cleaning and Sharpening Knives, Henry Genhart, 140
  • Cleansing Animal Charcoal, Conrad William Finzel and James Bryant, 329
  • Cleansing Printed Cotton and Silk Fabrics from Colouring Matters, James Goodwin and Andrew Boyd, 217
  • Cleansing Wheat and other Grain from Smut and other injurious Matters, John Ashby, 274
  • Clearing and Mixing Hatters' Furs, Richard Birch and Robert Bradbury, 159
  • Clocks or Timekeepers, W. E. Newton, 254 Clod-Crushing Rollers, George William Robinson, 386
  • Clog Irons, Heels, and Tips for Boots, John Summers, 482
  • Coating Metallic Surfaces, A. Wall, 217 Coating Metals, A. Parket, 48
  • Cocks, Edward Lund, 235
  • Cock and Flushing Apparatus, W. Parsons and James Attree, 482
  • Cocks, Taps, &c., Maxwell Miller, 30 Cocks, Taps, and Valves, David Hulett, 463 Cocks and Valves, R. A. Brooman, 483 Cocks and Valves, J. Harris, 329
  • Coffins, Stephen Smith, 329
  • Coffin, Air-Tight, John Loach, 85
  • Coffins, Air-Tight, J. Loach and James Jones Salt and Burton Day, 123
  • Coke, John Michael Pearson, 368
  • Coke, Alfred Upward, 140
  • Collapsible Boats, G. T. Bou•Reld, 482 Colouring Matter from Gum Lac and in Treating the Residues thereof, Clement Auguste Kurtz and Louis Alcide Nori, 30
  • Colouring and Ornamenting Glass, Porcelain, and other Ceramic Substance,s, James Joseph Henri Brianchon, 103
  • Combination of Dies for Stamping Belt Fastenings, Thomas Bent Wilkins and Thomas Milward. 254. Combined Steam Boiler and Radiator for Warming., 140
  • Combing Wool, William Brookes, 349 Combing Wool and other Fibres, Henry Rawson, 254
  • Combing Wool and other Fibres, Jam( s Warburton, 3'9
  • Combing Wool and other Fibrous Materials, Joseph Sharp Bailey, 30
  • Combing Wool and other Fibrous Substances, Alfred and Henry Illingworth, 3( 9 Combustion of Fuel, George Davies, ?09 Combustion of Fuel, Ste., John Roberts, jun., 179
  • Combustion of certain Products of Peat, Alexandre Henri Charles Chimidi, 3E8 Common Road Carriages, John Frederick Shoner, 482
  • Communicating Power to Ships' Pumps, Robert Duke Dover, 349
  • Communicating between the different Parts of Railway Trains, Rev. John Walter Lee, 386
  • Communicating between the Guard and Driver on Railways, Robert Alexander Margetson, 424
  • Communication between the Passengers and Guards of Railway Trains, William Symons, 158
  • Communicating by Signals between the Pilot and Steersman, Henry John Tamen, 424 Composition for the Manufacture of Imitative Stones, Antonio Pelez, 48 Composition for Maintaining the Brilliancy of Patent Leather, R. A. 13rooman, 48 Composition used for Printers' Rollers, Robert Harrild, 368
  • Compound to be used as a Substitute for Gum, and other Adhesive Materials, Wilhelm Adolf von Canig, 1~5
  • Compressing Articles, Thomas Cardwell, 368 Compressing Artificial Fuel, Andrew Spouse-woode, 48
  • Concentrated Collodion, P. H. G. Berard, :03 Condensing and Cooling Purposes, Charles De Bergue, 85
  • Condensing the Noxious Vapours arising from Varnish-Making; and other like Manufactures, Thomas Macaulay, 217
  • Conductors for Winding Chains, William Massey, 463
  • Conical Coiled Steel Railroad Car Spring, and also Preparing Steel Plates into such Springs, and for Testing the Strength of such Springs, 254
  • Conical Tent, J. T. Pitman, 85
  • Connecting Carriages and Wagons on Railways, 11. A. Brooman, 103
  • Connecting Piping, James Stoneham and John Pipler Lees, 329
  • Connecting the Ends of Submarine Electric Telegraph Cables, De Blaquiere, 31 Connecting the Rails of ltailways, James Morris, 30
  • Connecting and Working Brakes for Railway Carriages, W. Clarke, 424
  • Constructing Railway Crossings, Points, and Switches, Edwin Maw, 158
  • Construction and Fixing of Window Sashes, Samuel Ramsden, 103
  • Construction of Horse-hoe, John Dunnell Garrett, 48
  • Construction and Working of Endless Travelling Railways, W. G. Cambridge, 158 Consuming Smoke, Edouard Besnier de la Pantonerie, 67
  • Consuming Smoke, Edward Wilson, 140 Converting Muskets and other Fire-arms into Rifled Fire-arms, V. Wanostrocht. 330 Converting Old Rope or Cordage into Tow, W. E. Newton, 123
  • Conveying Letters or Parcels between Places by the Pressure of Air and Vacuum, Josiah Latimer Clark, 30
  • Conveying Liquids, F, Lipscomb°, 405 Cop Tubes. John Marland, 274
  • Copper Rollers for Printing, Joseph Conway, 140
  • Copying Presses, W. S. Clark, 30
  • Cotton and other Warp Pile Fabrics, Henry Dunington, 31
  • Coverings for Railway Trucks, &c., John Turner and Edwin Payton Wright, 13 Covering Ricks, Booths, Tents, and such like Places, Joseph Mills, 67
  • Counting Apparatus, W. E. Newton, 30 Couplings, John and John Wilkinson Kelehaw, 293
  • Coupling Carriages on Railways, Augustin Mortera, 217
  • Coupling and Connecting Carriages on Railways, Joshua Williams, 424
  • Couplings for Shafts, W. Smith, 386
  • Coverings for Roofs and other Parts of Buildings, Robert Mallet, 6IL Creating Electric Currents, chiefly for Medi. cal Purposes, I. L. Pulvormacher, 293
  • Crupper, Emile Albert Lejeuno, 293
  • Crushing Land or Clods, John Penford Harvey, 309
  • Crushing Quartz and other Hard Substances, and for Amalgamating, John Holley Swan, 103
  • Collars, Cuffs, and similar Articles of Ladies' Dresse, J. King. 48
  • Cultivating Land, Robert Glass Balderstone, 368
  • Cultivating Land, T. Rickett, 140 Culthating Land, Robert Romaine. 329 Cultivating Land, John Sheppard, 463 Cultivation of Land, Thomas Keddy, 235 Cultivator of Land, Thomas Knight, 85 Cu ring certain Bodily "Complaints, Charles Watson, 274
  • Curing Smoky Chimneys, Paul Emile Lavi-ron, 179
  • Curling Tongs, Antonie Tremeschin, 179 Cut-off Gear for Steam Engines, William Edward Newton, 30
  • Cutting Cork, John Seithen, 415
  • Cutting Corks and other similar Articles, Carl Johanna Lawrence Leffler, 85
  • Cutting. Embossing, and Stamping, Hesketh Hughes, 293
  • Cutting Files, W. F. Newton, 48, 179, 386 Cutting and Gathering Fruit and Flowers, Thomas Moreton Jones, 103
  • Cutting Gutters for Irrigating Land, &c., John Bickford, 30
  • Cutting Metals or other Hard Substances, W. E. Newton, 103
  • Cutting off and Heading Lengths of Metal, Thomas Archer, jun., 386
  • Cutting out and Finishing certain Descriptions of Metallic Tubes, Ferdinand Potts, 217
  • Cutting and Packing Matches, Thomas Cook, 424
  • Cutting Paper, Moses Clark and George Ber. tram, 140
  • Cutting the Pile of Velvets, Pierre Adolphe Melchior Maury, 421
  • Cutting and Planing Wood, and in the Tools employed therein, George Collier, William Noble, and Ward Holroyd, 217
  • Cutting and Preparing Horn, Charles d'Am-bly, 31
  • Cutting or Rasping Dye-woods, David Guthrie and Josiah Vevasseur, 405
  • Cutting Splints for Friction Matches, Win. Stettinius Clark and Benjamin Moore, 293 Cutting Stone, James Sinclair, 482
  • Cutting Turnips and other Roots, Thomas Wheeler, 463
  • Cutting and Reducing Turnips and other Vegetable Substances, Thomas Brewer, 85 Cutting Vegetable Substances, M. Henry, 67 Cutting Velvets or other similar Piled Fabrics, Philip Hill and John Moore, 217 Cylinder Printing, John Dunsmore 85
  • Cylindrical Door Bolts, Charles Grafton Page, 85
  • Decanting Wine and other Liquids, Joseph Ellis, 4S Decomposing Soapy Wash Waters, and Treating such Fatty Matters, R. A. Broo-man, 293
  • Defecating Sugar and other Saccharine Matter.% and of Refining or Rectifying Alcohol, R. A. Brooman, 217
  • Deliverinz Submarine Telegraph Cables from Ships, George W irgman Hemming, 217 Deodorising Sewage Matters of Dwelling. houses, John Lloyd, 48
  • Depositing Seed and Manure, Robert and John Reeves, 482
  • Designs upon Boilers and Blocks for Imprinting on Substances, John Evans, 421 Desulphurising Mineral-matrix, Peter Augustin Uodeiroy, 179
  • Detecting, and Preventing the Waste of Water in Cisterns, James Gascuigne Lynde, 48
  • Determining Position on Land and Sea, Benjamin Garvey, 445
  • Digging Land, Robert Wagstaff, 179 Diminishing the Amount of Waste in the Use of Cops for Manufacturing Purposes, G. J. Wainwright and C. J. Bradbury, 140 Dining Tables Expanding and Contracting Tops, Henry Lawford, 309
  • Dining and other Tables, William Jewett Harris, 140
  • Directing or Indicating on Board Ships or other Places, Charles Lungley, 254 Discharging Condensed Water orother Fluids from Steam Pipes, Drying Cylinders, and other Apparatus %Oleic Steam is used, Charles and James Thompson, 236 Discharging the Water Resulting from the Condensing of Steam, Thomas Bowden, 67 Discovering and Destroying Hydrogen and Carburetted Ilydroren Gas, John Addison, H.E.I.C.S., 3b6
  • Displaying various Devices when Revolving Discs are used, John Henry Pepper, 405 Distilling, Edouard Marcellus Blount. 293 Distilling, and Apparatus employed therein, R. A. Brooman, 30
  • Distilling Products from Coal, Edward Lavender, 274
  • Distributing Manure, henry Blandford, 15S Distributing Manure, Apparatus for, Joseph Pollard, 85
  • Di'tributing and Setting up Type, Robert Hattersley, 85
  • Diverting the London Sewage from the River Thames, Frederick Lipscombe, 1;9 Dividing Breadths of Lace and other Fabrics, John Dearman Dunnielitf, 254 Doors, P. A. le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 254
  • Doors and other Closures to Building:a, John George Taylor, 319
  • Doors for Furnaces, J. Gray, 15S Doors and Gateways, Thomas Heaton, 31 DoorSprings, Thomas Frederick Brabhon and George Hughes. 463
  • Double-Backed Double Boller for Heating with Hot Water, George Steele and NV11-Ham Steele, 217
  • Double-Barrelled Gun with Elevated It Tubular Rib, John Child and Joseph Child, 4
  • Doubling Machines, J. Gedge, 140
  • Doubling and Measuring Cotton7and other Fabrics, T. Ilariicastle, 48
  • Dough for Bread, G T. Bousfleld, 421 Drain Pipes, James Stiff, 982
  • Drain Pipes. Adolphe Aint,ruise Salomon-Cohen, 415
  • Drain Pipes, Earthenware, Henry Doulton, 140
  • Drawing Frames, Thomas Daniel, 13 Drawing Rollers, W. E. Newton, 386 Dredging Machines, James Taylor, 424 Dressing Corn, H. Brinismead, 31
  • Dressing Glasses, Henry Dolman, 483 Dressing Grain, Joseph Ruston and James Toyno Proctor, 48t Dressing and Manufacturing Chamois Leather, Narcisse Laurent, 85
  • Dressing Ores, Richard Morcom, 85
  • Drilling and l3oring Metals, and Cutting Keyways and Cotter-holes, W illiam Fothergill Bath° and Eugene Moritz Bauer, 445 Drilling Holes, William Kiloton, 48
  • Driving Bands, John Dyson, Edwin Wilkin. son Shirt, and Henry Shirt, 34
  • Driving Gear of Treshing Machines, Nicholas illiams and Thomas Williams, Driving Rotary Pumps, Charles Edw. Amos, 445
  • Drying anti Colouring Bricks, &c., Joseph Eccles, 482
  • Drying Cotton and other Fibrous Substances, James Sharpies, 30
  • Drying and Preparing Garancine, Duncan I'roudfuot, 45
  • Drying Garancine, James Higgin, 110
  • Drying Malt and other Produce, John Croft Plomley, 349
  • Drying Sugar, Gerd Jacob Bensen, 254 Dusting Turnips, Samuel Henry Sewers, 482 Dye Liquids, Edward Keighley, 330
  • Earthenware Pipes, Christopher Crabb Creeke, 329
  • Earthenware Pipes for Drains, Wm. Padgett, 424
  • Effecting the Combustion of Fuel and tho Consumption of Smoke, John Muck hart, 293 Elastic Spring, Applicable to Bedsteads and other similar Purposes, William Scarby, 463 Elastic Composition for Coating, &c., Benjamin Parker, 274
  • Elastic Tissues for Ladies' Petticoats, Auguste Joseph Amber, 235
  • Elbows used for Joining 'Wrought Pipes, Wil. Liam Elcock and Samuel Bentley, 463 Electric Deposition of Metals and I•letallic Alloys, William Henry Walenn, 30 Electric and Galvanic Cunducturs, Michael Henry, 445
  • Electric Telegraphs, Thomas Glover and Alex. Bain, 445
  • Electric Telegraphs, Stanislas lloga, 424 Electric Telegiaph Cables, John Absterdan, 293
  • Electric Telegraph Cables, and in Apparatus for pay Ing.out such Cables, Benjamin Sharpe, 254
  • Electricity, Generating, 411J for Transmitting Electric Currents from Place to Place, Stan-islas Hoga, 274
  • Electro-magnetic Machine, Eugene Grenet, jun., and Alexis Vanin, 236
  • Embossing Woven Fabrics and other Mate. rials, Thomas Smith, 217
  • Enamelling Surfaces, William Greening', 424 Engines for liaising Beer and other Liquids, Henry Jones,13
  • Engine for Raising and Discharging Water, Helmuth Gartner, 31
  • Engines to be Worked by Atmospheric I'res. sure or Steam, or by both in Combination, James Henry Bennett, 140
  • Engines W orked by Steam, E [ward Hum. phrys, 349
  • Encraving, and of Copying Figures and other Devices, R. A. Brooman, 45
  • Enrraving or Tracing Designs for Printing, Joseph Lockett and William Watson, 67 Engraving Metallic Cylinders employed for Printing Calico, John Bradley, 158 Engraving the Metallic Surfaces of Printing Rollers, W. Smith, 274
  • Envelopes, Henry Archer, 254
  • Envelopes for Letters, John Gedge, 309 Envelopes and Letter Paper, Leon Ptijnl, 369 Escapements for Chronometers, Jowpli %% tate, 4$
  • Etching Surfaces to be used in Printing, Wm. Shlieds. 424
  • Exhausting Air, Gases, or Vapour.. Daniel Imhof, 293
  • Exhibiting Views and Pictures, Louis Beckors, 309
  • Explosive Shells, T. W. !toys, 13
  • Extinction of Fire in Buildings, Samuel Middleton and John ',owes, 15S Extracting Ammonia from Gas, William Maltby, 4s Extraction of Gold and Silver and other Me. tats, Richard Goulding, 48
  • Extracting Gold and Silver from their Matrices, J. Gibbs, 85
  • Extracting Grease from Animal Refuse resulting from the Manufacture of Glue, John Mmnitt. 293
  • Extracting Oil and Grease from Wool. James Lee Norton and Edwin Wilkinson, 424
  • Extracting Oil and Grease from Woollen Fa. brics, and for Extracting Gummy Matter from Silk, R. A. Brooman, 103
  • Extracting Water from Mines, Henry I3e1n-hauer, 445
  • Extracts from Vegetable Substances, Romain Ignace Charles Dubuis, 403
  • Eyelets, William I'ursall, 329
  • Fabrics, Folding, Measuring, and Register-in; Franz ltutr and Maximilian Gutklud, 235
  • Fabrics, Dunging, Preparatory to Dyeing, Samuel Knowles, 3S6
  • Fabrics, Elastic, H. H. Day. 31
  • Fabrics, Felt, William Hirst, 110
  • Fabrics, Elastic, Archibald Turner, 274 Fabric. Fringed, Benedict Barnard and Alfred Rosenthal', 386
  • Fabrics Suitable for Petticoats, R. A. Broo. man, 85, 463
  • Fabric to be used for Manufacturing Petticoats and other Parts of Women's Dress, Philippe Roehrig, 217
  • Fabrics by Printing, Ornamental Textile, Michael Michaelis and John Clemson, :r/ Fabrics, Worrn, G. Davies, 293
  • Fabrics, Woven, John Smith, 48
  • Facilitating the Draft and Locomotion of ('arriages, Henry William Ford, 85 Facilitating the Passage of Carriages on Inclines of Railways, T. Grahame, 31
  • Fan-blowers, M acwquorn Rankine, 41
  • Farinaceous Products from Potatoes, Otto William Wahl, 424
  • Fastening for Gloves and other Articled, Aaron Marks, 386
  • Fastening for securing Watches, &c., Daniel Forrester, 293
  • Fastening Tyres on Wheels for Railway Carriages, John Butler and Joseph Pitts, 251 Fastenings for Windows, W. Parsons, 48 Fatty Matters for the Manufacture of Can. dies, Anton De Schuttenbach, 13
  • Faucet or Cock, W. E. Newton, 30
  • Feeding Air and Fibres intended to be Spun, C. Nightingale, 483
  • Feeding Fires with Fuel, W. Wright, 30 Feeding Flour and Mixing and Kneading Dough, W. E. Newton, 140
  • Feeding Fuel to Furnaces, J. Apperly and W. Clissold, 4b2
  • Feeding in Fuel to Furnaces, W. E. Newton, 31
  • Ferdinr.r, Cutting, Shaping, and Piercing Metals, John Frearson, 14U Feeding Screws to Turning and Worming Lathes, Thomas Lowe, 424
  • Feeding Steam Boilers, Alexander Lang. 179 Feeding Steam Boilers with Water, William Picking, 445
  • Feeding Water to Steam Boilers, G. T. Bous. field, 140
  • Felt Hats and Bonnets, Noel Joseph Hyppo-lite Duplais, 13
  • Felted Fabrics, Stephen Bourne, 85
  • Fences, Alexander Macpherson, 309
  • Fibre suitable for the Purposes to which Hemp and Flax are usually applied, Edmond Berlin, 140
  • Fibrous Substances, Paul Heilman, 319 Field Stile or Gete, Thomas L) ne, 153 Figured Fabrics, It, A. Brooman, 249
  • Filing Papers or other Documents, John Edward Burninghain Curtis, 463
  • Filtering Liquids, Augustus Philibert Malazd, 85
  • Finishing Yarns or Threads, Henry Hibbert and henry Richardson, 48
  • Firearms, Joseph Bentley, 349
  • Firearms, Charles Farrow, 463
  • Firearms, Harry InAip, 236
  • Firearms, Cosmo Logie, 85
  • Firearms, Cherie Martel, 30
  • Firearm!, H. Smith and Frederick 31,,ore Smith, 140
  • Firearms, John Field Swinburn, 330
  • Firearms and Ordnance, Peter Rector Smith, 123
  • Firearms and Projectiles employed therewith, H. Genhart, 67
  • Fire-arms, Thomas Restell, 103, 349 Fire-aims and in Detonating Compounds, George Tomlinson Bousfield, 463 Fire-escape, Henry Dlrcks, 236
  • Fire-pl aces, John Fortescue, 293
  • Fire-places, Arthur Vandeleur, 463 Fire-places, W. Young, 179
  • Fire Regulator, Isaac Moll, 217
  • Fire and ‘Vaterproof Bricks, Plates antl similar Articles, Fredelic. 1.11(1%0; Hahn Danchell and Henry }Umber, b7
  • Fitting and Working Venetian Moid Joseph Parker, 330
  • Fittings to Door Handles and Spindles, William Parsons, 85
  • Flexible Tubes or Ilose Piper:, William Thomas Hendry and Robert Henry Tian. cock, 6T Flint Glass, Benjamin Richardson, 123 Floating Docks, Willi.un Brown Hopper, 349 Floating Docks, George Josiah Mackelcan, 271
  • Flour Dressing Machines. J. Smith, 179 Fluid Meter, William Caldwell, 4S2
  • Flushing Apparatuses applicable to Cisterns, &c., W. Wright, 67
  • Flushing Water-closets, William Devon, 463 Folding Perambulator, James Biggs, 48 Footsteps for Upright Shafts and Spindles, Samuel Walmsley, 329
  • Force Pumps, Stephen Holman 31
  • Forcing and Exhausting iEriform Bodies and Liquids, Applicable to Blast Furnaces, John Wesley Hackworth, 67
  • Forging and Rolling Iron Wheels for Railways, Alphonse Content, 3U Forging Nails and other similar Articles, Victor Hippolyte Laurent, 217 .)
  • Forging Nails and other Articles, A. V. Newton, 31
  • Forging Metals, W. E. Newton, 293
  • Forming Flues and Air and Water Passages in Builditn Josiah George Jennings, 329 Forming the Joints of Pipes, It. A. Brootnan, 31(.1
  • Frames for Horticultural and Vegetative Purposes, F.dnard Wilkins, 349
  • Fringes. Eugene Antoine Dumergue. 140
  • Fur Gloves, James Nuttall and Louis Steal], 254
  • Furnace for Smelting Iron, Charles Coffey Alger, 319
  • Furnaces, K. A. Brooman, 13
  • Furnac4 s, Richard Wicks, 234
  • Furnaces, Robert James ilendrie, jun., 13 Furnaces of Boilers, Franklin Prei.t.ige, 330 Furnaces, and in the Consumption of Smoke, James Robertson, 25-1
  • Furnaces (or the Prevention of Smoke, Joseph Exley and John Ogden, 48
  • Furnaces or Fire Boxes of Locomotive Boilers, William Jenkins, 274
  • Furnaces for Heating Air and other Elastic Fluids. Edward Alfred Cowper, 13 Furnaces (or Smoke Prevention, NVilliam Power, 329
  • Furnaces for Heating Boilers, Napoleon Felix Boreiko do Chodiko, 463
  • Furnaces and Steam Boilers, W. E. Newton, 103
  • Furnaces when Moveable Bars are used, John Chanter and David Annan, 103 Furnaces for Promoting the CointiuAtion of Fuel, Daniel Kinnear Clark, 482
  • Fusees of Watches, Robert Kirkman, 3S6 Fusee Watelies, Edward Daniel Johnson, 424 Food for Cattle, Richard llontstgue Leverson, 293
  • Galvanic Battery, Charles Henwood, 482 Galvanising Metals, L. A. Balm, SS Garments, Jules Clovis Dieulatait, 309
  • Gas, J. Wright, 103
  • Gas Burners, It. A. Brooman, 421
  • Gas-Meters, Ettienne Lemoine, 30
  • Gas Valve, John Sweet ‘Villway, 309 Gasometers, Thomas Jefferson Thompson, 13 Gasometers, W. Knapion. 329
  • Gasi44ng Textile Fabrics, James Mattison, jun., 5
  • Gauge for Measuring W ire, James Cocker,' 85 Gauge for Gauging Wire and Sheet Metal, John Abraham, 217
  • Generating and applying Motive Power, William Beech, 13
  • Generating steam, John lloneyman, jun., 251
  • Generating Steam in the Boilers of Steam Engines, and in Raising the Temperature of Ste sm for other Uses, George John Parsons and Thomas Pilgrims, 254
  • Generating and Superheating Steam, Pierre Francois Jolly, 293
  • Gilding and Plating over Silk, and all other Textile and Fibrous Matters, Francois Burot, 35
  • Ginning Cotton, Francis Alton Calvert, 330 Glass Bottles and Jars, Josiah Chaughton Arnall and George Greenhow, I4U Glass, Sheet and Crown, Henry Page, 463 Governor for Marine Steam Engine G. Davis, Governors for Marine Steam Engines, John Pinker, 445
  • Governor for Steam Engines, George Horatio smith, 349
  • Governors for Steam and other Engines, llenry Elvin, 217
  • Governors and Pressure Gaubert, William Rothwell Lomax. 43
  • Graving Sips for the Repairing of Ships, William Willtaina, 140
  • Grinding of Carding Engine Rollers, Thomas Adchead and Abraham Holden, 482 Grinding Corn, and m Generating (;as on inland Waters, Thomas Grahame, 274 Grinding and Crushing, Johu Ally) nc Bos. worth, 179
  • Griming Mills, Pierre Eugene Liger, S5 Grinding and Polishing stone, A. V. Newton, 140
  • Grinding and Smoothing Glass and other Sub. stances, John Crossley. 30
  • C.:finding, Smoothing and Polishing Glass, W iliiam Blinkhorn, 482
  • Grinding the Teeth of Card Cylinders, Liam Edward Newton, 85
  • Gum from Amylaceous Substances, Henry Davis Pochin and James Wooloy, 85
  • Gun and Pistol Barrels, Charles Faulkner and David Faulkner, 103
  • Gunlocks, Joseph Platt, 85
  • Gunpowder, Frederic Koehler, 1:)8 Gunpowder, Frederic (.eorge Spray, 463 Gutta Percha Glue, Louis Joseph Almidor Danne, 3u Hacking and Preparing Fibrous Substance', James Combe, 4u5
  • Hair Pins, William John Thomas Smith and Frederick Talbot, 123
  • Hand Saw, J. H. Johnson, 293
  • Handles and Fastenings for Doors of Carriages, Samuel Draper, 179
  • Harmoniums, William Bentham, 349
  • Harpoon Guns and Ammunition, Robert Tindall, jun., 482
  • Harvesting (;rain and Grass Crops, hnd in the Automatic Delivery thereof, W. S. Clark. 140
  • Hats, William Bowler, 329
  • Hats, Richard Husband, 482
  • Hats, John Henry Quick. 103
  • Hats, Charles Vero and James Everitt, 31 Hats and other Coverings for the Head, R. A. Brooman, 103
  • Hats, Caps, and other Coverings for the Head, Gustavus Palmer Harding, 103 Hay and Hop Presses, W. S. Clark, I7'J Hay.makIng Machines, William Wyatt, 1,10 Hay ltakes, Joseph Kirby, 140
  • Hinges, llenry Starr, 55
  • Hearse, Spilsbury Butler, 234
  • Heating, and in Apparatus for the same, R. NV right, 3.19
  • Heating Apparatus, (':mill© Bernard, 482 Heating Apparatus, Adrien Jules Alexis Du-moulin, 254
  • fleeting Buildings, and of Facilitating the Escape of Smoke and Gas therefrom, J. (;edge, 217
  • Heating the Feedwater of Steam Boilers, Samuel Davies, 329
  • Heating Liquids used in Bleaching, Dyeing, Soaping, Clearing, and Sizeing, Henry Coates, 236
  • Heating and Ventilating, George Miller. 330 Heating NVire or other Metals, J. Cocker, 329 Heckling Fibrous Materials, George Lowry, 463
  • Heddles for Weaving, J. Buchanan, 31 Heddles for Weaving, David Melvin. 463 Ileddles for Wearing, R. Watson, 174 Hooks and Eyes, George Frederick Parnell, 254
  • Hopper, J. Webb, 251
  • Horse.hair Crinoline for l'etticoats, James Smith. 36S Horse Hoes and Drills, W. Smith, 103 Horse-shoe Nails, Joshua Butters Bacon, 274 Hot Pressing, &c., John Charles Pearce, 293 Hulling Berries and Seeds, George Robinson, 405
  • Hulling and Cleaning Rice and other Grain, Gustav Adolph Buchholz, 8.5
  • Hulling and Extracting Oils from Oleaginous Seeds, William Wilber, 30
  • Hulling Rice, Daniel Nlessmore, 2177. Hummelling, Removing the Husk from, and Cleansing Grain, Richard Hornsby, jun., 85
  • Husking and Winnowing Castor Seeds, Anguish honour Augustus Durant, 424
  • Hydraulic Connexions, Richard Hugh Hughes, 329
  • Hydraulic Motor, P. A. lc Comte de Fontaine. moreati, 30
  • Hydiaulte l'ross, Marc Antoine Francois Mennons, 386
  • Hydraulic tresses, Edward Taylor Bellhouse and NV John Doi ning, b5
  • Igniting Lamps, W. E.. Newton, 329
  • Igniting Matches, Samuel Hall, 463
  • Illuminated Clocks, John Edmund Gardner, 103
  • Illuminating Reflector of Light, Pietro Feloj, 386
  • Illustrated Literary Productions, P. B. Godet, 274
  • Implement for Pulverising and Cleansing Land, Hugh Smith, 123
  • linpre..ing Figures upon Substances employed for Lining Caps, Pierre Oury, 293
  • Impressions similar to Water Marks upon Paper, Hillary Nicholas Nis.en, 11)3
  • Increasing the Adhesion of the Wheels of Lecomotive Engines to Rails when moist, Francis W indhausen. 3:6
  • Increasing the Traction and Bearing Surface of Carriage Wheels, Hamilton Henry Fulton, and Thomas Bodley Etty, 103
  • India Rubber Goods, Bennett Johns Heywood, 48
  • Indicating the Flow of Air to Mines requiring Ventilation, Benjamin Keightly, 463 Indicating the Pas,ase of Time, Meyer Druk ker, 13
  • Indicating the Psoximity of Icebergs, Nicholas Marshall Cummins, 103
  • Indicator for Registering the Names of Persons occupying Chambers. Edward Woolley, 48
  • Internal Decorations of those Paris of Build. in. to which Window Draperies arc to be affixed, Thomas Mackenzie, 67
  • Iron, Francis Charles Knowles, 85
  • Iron, A. V. Newton. 30
  • Iron, Malleable, Steel, Railway Bars, Plates, and Rods, II. Bessemer, 40:1
  • Iron and Steel, Henry Bessemer, 445
  • Iron Bridges, John Henry Johnson. 329
  • Iron Plates, William Edward Jones, 158
  • Iron Safes and Doors for Strong Rooms, Construction of, John Chubb, 293 iron Wheels for Railway Carriages, Solomon P. Smith, 424
  • Irons used by Tailors for Pressing Cloth, Alexander Prince, 67
  • Jacquard Apparatus, W. Clark, 274
  • Jacquard Apparatus, Alfred Barlow, 330 Jacquard Machinery, Sydney Doolan Hamilton, 368
  • Jacquard Machine', and in the Cards employed therein, J. 11. Johnson, 319 Japanned Straw Hats, Robert Uarrard, 254
  • Kaligraph, Charles Thiirhor, 43
  • Kegs for Holding tkiiip.mder, \V. S. Clark, 158
  • Keys, Tapered Pins, Split Pins, and other similar Articles Employed in the Construe. Lion of Macoinery, James Mills, 23.1
  • Kiln Tiles, W illiam Woodhead, James Wood-head, and John Woodhead, 336
  • Kilns for Burning Bricks and other Ceramic Matters, E. A. Bourry, 85
  • Kilns for Drying Granular Substances Peter Madden, 424
  • Kneading Dough, A. V. Newton, 217
  • Knitting Machinery for the Manufacture of Ribbed Fabrics, Benjamin llornbuckle Hine, and William Onion, 13
  • Knitted and Weft-netted W arp Fabrics. Robert Urie, and William Sutherland, 924 K rife Cleaner, Henry Woodward, 463 Knife-cleaniog Machine, Oeorgv W eedon, and Thomas Turner Weedoo, 4115
  • Knife Handles, Thomas Mbttram, 424 Knives. C. Reeves Limp, James Broad, 293
  • Ltinps and Burners, Wil.lam Young, 31 Limps for Burning Resin Oils, Win. Bough, Lamps for Railway Carriages, Alexis Jean Dessales, 217
  • Lathes for Boring, Hubert Pirotte, 179
  • Lathes for Turning Bolts and other Articles in Metal, Ebenezer Coleman, 445
  • Laying or Depositing Submarine Telegraph Cables. James Ronald, 217
  • Laying Submarine Telegraph Cables, Alex. Theophilu. Blakely, 386
  • Laying Submarine Cables, Abraham Booth Patterson, 293
  • Laying Down Submarine Telegraphs, J ohn de la L-taye and Mark Bloom, 293
  • Laying Submarine Telegraphic Cables, W. E. Newton. 482
  • Laying bubnhaine Telegraphs, Benjamin Bur. Leigh, Letter Announcer, NVilliam Green, 48
  • Life Boat, W. E. Newton, 13
  • Life bate, Andrew Smith, 85
  • Life-preserving Berths for Navigable Vessels, Elbridge Foster, 329
  • Life-preserving Garments, C. Barlow, 329 Lifting Heavy Bodies, Thomas Royds, Thomas Roscow, and James Lord, 67
  • Light, Obtaining, by Electricity, Charles eightman Harrison, 13
  • Light to Facilitate Operations under Water, Joseph Henry Tuck, 13
  • Lighting, James Stevenson, jun., 424
  • Lifting and Regulating the Motion of Heavy Bodies, J. Robertson, 30
  • Lines of Steam Vessels, and in the Method of Propelling the same, H. Clarke, 217
  • Liquid Farm Manure, and rendering it as efficient as any Artificial Manure, at a small Cost to the Farmer, John McMaster, and 1Villiam Wilson, 217
  • Lithographic Printing Presses, Debax-Tala-has, Cas mir, 463
  • Lock or Fastening, Joseph Schloss, 463
  • Locks and Latches, Joseph Lester Hinks, and John Rock Day, 123
  • Locomotive and other Carriages, Sir James Caleb Anderson, 293
  • Locomotive and other Carriages, to Facilitate their Movement on Common Roads, John Fowler, jun., Robert Burton, and Thomas Clarke. 48
  • Locomotive Engines, Rudolph Bodmer, 13 Locomotive Engines, George Inman, 140 Locomotive and other Furnaces, Daniel Evans, 48
  • Locomotive Engines to be employed on Corn.. mon Roads. R. Wagstaff', 2'.13
  • Looms, W. E. Newton, 31
  • Looms, Witham Harling, John Matthew Todd, and Thomas Hurling, 217
  • Looms, W imam Crook, Gilbert Rushton, and Joseph Crowther, :5
  • Looms, Clarance Brazil, 31
  • Looms, James Thom, and Hugh M‘Naught, 403
  • Looms, E. Alcan, 463
  • Looms, Joseph Coupe, 217
  • Looms, Thomas Singleton, 293
  • Looms, W . Hudson, and C. Catlow, 140 Looms, Joseph Davy, and William Bentley, 424
  • Looms, Jean Marie Auguste Eugene Fab .rt, 445
  • Looms, Daniel Hiley, Percival Hiley, William Hargreaves. and Enoch Haley, 482
  • Looms, Benjamin Lupton, Robert Jack i , Daniel Dean. and John Holden, 217
  • Loom+, Herman Jaeger, -18
  • Looms, Simeon Colbeck and William He - y Colbeck. 274
  • Looms, Richard Talbot and Benjamin Croas dale, 179
  • Looms, William Blake Williamson, 140
  • Looms, John James Sieber, 349
  • Looms, Auguste Bouret, 329
  • Looms, Thoasas Settle, 217
  • Looms, Power, William Naylor, 293
  • Looms, Thomas Ho t, 340
  • Looms, Power, George Scarr and James Pollard. 319
  • Looms, Thomas Kaye, 4S2
  • Looms, James Leeniiiig, •z,74
  • Looms, Gavin Walker and James Clachan, 140
  • Looms. William Bird. Richard AThton and Thomas Bird, 48t Looms, W. Johnson, 309
  • Looms, Ward 1-1,1royd and Samuel Sinith,349
  • Looms, Power, Thomas Markland, 158
  • Looms, Joseph Denton, 445
  • Looms, Driving, William Bowers Taylor, 482
  • Looms, i dward Riley, 217
  • Looms, William Jamieson. 254
  • Looms, Ephraim Taylor, 254
  • Loom Pickers, Robert Atkinson and Thomas ary, 386
  • Looped Fabrics, John Edward Hodges, 424
  • Looped Fabrics, William Wilkins, 30
  • Lowering and Letting go Ships' Boats, Thomas Gray and George Joseph Gladstone, 254
  • Lubricating, Joseph Boyes Fraser, 386
  • Lubricating, Richard Hipkiss and NV illiam Olsen, 442
  • Lubricating Boxes for Axles, &c., Randal Cressweli, 30
  • Lubricating certain Parts of Looms for NV easing, John Slack, 13
  • Lubricating Mechanism, Alexander Gray, 274
  • Lubricator by Means of Force Pumps, William Hodgson and Henry Hodgson, 4s Lucifer Matches, M. A. F. Mentions, 482
  • Magneto-Electric Machines, Frederick Hale Holmes, 349
  • Magneto-Electric and Magnetic Machines, F. H. Holmes, 140
  • Magneto-Electric Machines, Edward Clarence Shepard, 482
  • Making Bands of Straw, John Harwood Simpson, 330
  • Male Attire, Robert Atkinson, 323 111anglis, tpeorge Cutler, 67
  • Mangles, Richard Howland, 48
  • Manure, Robert Clark Gist, 217
  • Manure from Sewerage Matters, Charles Walker° 349
  • Manures, Edward Owen, 330
  • Marine Engines, James Alfred Limbert, 140
  • Marking Paper for Postal Purposes, P. A. le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 293
  • Mash Tuns, John Grist, 217
  • Matches, (:ermain Canouil, 405
  • Matches, Henrich Hochstaetter, 445
  • Mathematical Instruments, John Robinson Scartliff, 179
  • Mats for Photographic and other Pictures, Charles Shaw, 67
  • Measuring Gas, V. E. Newton, 293
  • Measuring and Registering the 1: low of Liquids, C. F. Vasserot, 140
  • Measuring and Registering the Speed and Leeway of Ships, and Indicating the Dili. tance Accomplished, William limbic Hall, 217
  • Meter for Registering the Flow of Water, John Walter Friend, 140
  • Measuring Water, David Chadwick and Herbert Frost, 13
  • Measuring Water, Anthony Charles Sacre, 982 Mechanical Purchases, Ludwig Levison, 217 Merchant. Vessels in Motive Powers, Propul aeon and Boiler Furnaces, George Bell Gal. loway, 386
  • Metal Knees, Willia-n Clay, 463
  • Metal Ships and Vessels, Robert Taylerson, 217
  • Metal Tubes and Axles, George Henry Marc Muntz, 67
  • Metal Wheel-Stock, John May Munro, jun , 463
  • Metallic Alloys, Louis Albert. Bahn, 103 tallic A I 1 oy s, Theophilus Henry liastinp, Kelk, 463
  • Metallic Chains, George flaseltine, 424
  • Metallic Compound, William :zharman, 330, 405
  • Metallic Compound, Applicable to the Manu. facture of various Useful Articles, Samuel Fox and Julian 1%' Hired dater, 217
  • Metikilic Pens, John Hinks, George Wells, and Joseph Letieie Petit, 463
  • Metal is Pistons, Joseph Firth, 293
  • Pibtons, Thomas Forsyth, 329 Metallic Pistons, John 1 ackle, 179
  • Al Kali lc Rooting Slates, Charles Bernard l5s Metallic Tubes, Thomas Lowell Ralph and 'Thomas Lowell Ea ph, Jun., 46
  • Meters for Gas and other Fluids, A. V. Newton, 254
  • Milling Endless Cloths, James Heywood Whitehead, 85
  • Mills for Grinding Coffee and other Substances, S. Nye, 48
  • Mills for Grinding Myrabolams, Abraham Ripley, 482
  • Miners' Safety Lamps, William Price Struve, 48
  • Motive Power, Chapman March, 31
  • Motive Power, Eugene Barsanti and Felix Matteucci, 31
  • Motive Power, flippolyte Lamy, 309
  • Motive Power, William Gilmour, 138
  • Motive Power, W. E. Newton, -18
  • Motive Power, l'rodromos B. Kyishogloo, 349, 3s6
  • Motive Power, Joseph Scipion Rousselot, 48
  • Motive Power, Joseph Sloper, 424
  • Motive Power, William Calvert, 330
  • Motive Power, Gdintier Olivier tie la Barre, 13
  • Motive Power, Alexander Morton and James ilowden, 432
  • Motive Power, Jean Baptiste Meeus, 103
  • Motive l'ower, W. E. Newton, 483
  • Motive Power, Pierre Ambroise Monte), 482
  • Motive Power, Richard Ussher, 330
  • Motive Power Engine, Johan Ernst Friedrich Luedeke, 274, 424
  • Motive Power Engines, Francois Caralerie, 293
  • Motive Power Engines, R. A. Brooman, 140
  • Moderator Lamp, Alfred Austin Usher, 13
  • Mooring Buoys and other Floating Vessels, Alfred Hamilton, 217
  • Mottled Soap, Phillip Kurten, 31
  • Mould Candles, W. E. Newton. 309
  • Moulded Sugar, G. J. Bt'n-en, 445
  • Moulding Candles, C. F. Vasserot, 217
  • Moulding and Carving Wood and Stone, John Anderton, Jonas Foster Itushworth, and Joseph Benn, 158
  • Moulding for Casting Metals, Wright Jones, 158
  • Moulding Cast Iron Pipes, Walter M'Farlane, 463
  • Moulding and Compressing Bricks, &c., Laurent Lethuillier, 13
  • Moulding Metals, Richard Brown, 274
  • Moulding Plastic Materials, Frederick Ransome, .18
  • Moulding Vermicelli and other Paste, Henry Gilbee, Moulds for Forming the Soles of Boots and Shoes, William McKinley and Robert Walker, 140
  • Moreanle Chairs and Seats, Sebastien Bottui 158
  • Moving Ships and Vessels out of and into the Water, John Scott Russell, 85
  • Mowing Machines, Michael Puddeefoot, Mowing and Reaping, George Washington Charlwood, 31
  • Murexide, William Clarke, 424
  • Mules for Spinning, A. V. Newton, 158 Mules for Spinning, Benjamin Nicholls and Samuel 1,edward, 48
  • Mules, Self-acting, John Buckley and Thomas Wrigley. 149
  • Mules for Spinning, Henry Bernoulli Barlow, 158
  • Nails, Bolts, and Screw Blank, John Norris, and George Worstenholin. 6; Navigable Vessels, and the Propelling thereof, Robert Moore, 85
  • Navigation of Steam Vessels, William Archibald Cooper 463
  • Night Lights, William Jekin Elwin, 4-15
  • Obliterating Postage Stamps on Letters, Stampir.g the Post, Marks, and Registering the Number of Letters so Stamped, George Thomas Robinson, 329
  • Obtaining Fatty and Oily Matters by Distillation, Vincent Wanostrocht, 330
  • Obtaining Light by Electricity, John Thomas Way, 405
  • Obtaining Pip,ments from Dye Woods, Thomas Roberts and John Dale, 1-10
  • Organs, Fdoutird Alexander, 30
  • Oil Can, William John Locke, 140
  • Oil-cloth and Imitation Leather, John Julius Clero de Clerville, 103
  • Omnibuses, George and George Giles Shilli-beer, 386
  • Operating the Sails of Vessels from the Deck, George W. La Haw, 38
  • Optical Instrument, Jean Baptiste Donas, 424 Optical Lenses, Salomon Sturm and Henry Emile Hour, 48
  • Ordnance Fire-Arms, and Projectiles, Joseph Whitworth, G7
  • Orfans, William Henry Hine Akerman, 421 Ornamental Bobbin Net, Samuel Butler, 103 Ornamental Fabrics, James Merrylees, 30 Ornamental and Portable Fountains, Augustin Julien Michael Ramar, 140
  • Ornamental \\ rappers for Fabrics, Leon Louis Honore Berton, 251
  • Ornainentirg Articles made of 'Fin Plate and other Bright Metals, Thomas Lawley, 158 Ornamenting Metallic Surfaces, W. E. Newton, 67
  • Oven for the Carbonisation and Distillation of all Animal and Vegetaule Matters, S. Bot-turi, 217
  • Pan 3 and Furnaces for Soap Boiling and other similar Offensive Processes, Edward Sykes and Matthew 1% illiam Crawford, 4S Paper, Henry tritchett Bartlett, 405
  • Paper, James Bertram, and John Louis Jul-lion, 158
  • Paper, James Brown, 30
  • Paper, James Paisley, and George Bertram, 329
  • Paper, William Ashby Rooke, 349
  • Paper Pulp. George Printy W heeler, 415 Paper Pulp and Yarn for Textile Fabrics, Cordage, Ste., William George Plunkett, 140
  • Parasols and Umbrellas, Thomas Field, 153 Paying out and Submerging Electric Telegraph Cables from Ships or Vessels, Robert Lawrence Brooke, 217
  • Paying out Electric Telegraph Cables, Lionel Gisborne. and llenry Charles Forbe, 217 Paying out,Submarine Telegraph Cables, P. A. Baldstrini, 405
  • Paying out Submarine Telegraph Cables, J. M. Napier. 217
  • Peat, or Peat Coke or Charcoal, John King, 148
  • Pens, Joseph Needham, 140
  • Pen Holder, George Jarvis Worsam, 293 Pens and Pen Holders, Metallic, William Deakin, and William Phillips, 140
  • Percussion Caps, William Thomas Eley, 293 Permanent Way, B. Parker, 368
  • Permanent Way of Railways, William Howard Bell, 463
  • Permanent Way of Railways, James Fenton, IV illiam Thompson, and Thomas Snowdon, 274
  • Permanent Way of Railways, Hugh Greares, 309
  • Permanent Way of Railways, Joseph Hill, 48 Permanent Way of Railways, Jean Baptiste Mirlo, 463
  • Permanent Way of Railways, James Murphy, 44, Permanent Way of Railways, Charles William Ramie, 254
  • Permanent Way of Railways, Henry Wheatley Tyler, 13
  • Permanent Way of Railways, Charles Frederic Vasserot, 48
  • Permanent Way of Railways, '1 homas Webster, 274
  • Petticoats, &c., William Osborne, 349
  • Petticoats for Ladies' Wear, Frederique Le-maire. 482
  • Photographic Lens, Thomas Grubb. 329 Photographic Pictures, William McCraw, 67
  • Photoszraphic Pictures, A. V. Newton, 293 Photographic Portiaits and Pictures, Henry Kinsman Sweet, 445
  • Photography, Robinson Elliott. 254 Pianofortes, Charles Cadby, 386
  • Pianofortes, Henry Thompson, and Samuel Thompson, 445
  • Pianoforte Hammers, Edmund Thompson, 31 Picker Bands for Looms, Eastwood Eastwood, 103
  • Pickers, W. E. Newton, 158
  • Picking Motion, A. Gray, 254
  • Pigments or Colours for Preserving Iron, Edouard Beckman Olofson, 67
  • Pile Fabrics, John Livesey, 482
  • Piled Fabrics., also the Application of certain Machinery for their Production, William Pidding, 424
  • Pipes for smoking, I. L. Pulvermacher, 85 Pipes and Tubes, R. A. Brooman, 1.10
  • Pipes or Tubes for Smoking, Isae. Louis Pulvermacl,er, 13
  • Piston, Theophilus Marsh, 254
  • Pistons, William Robertson, 30
  • Pistons of Steam Engines, \' illiam Dawes, 103
  • Pistons for Steam Engine and other Cylinders, John Atherton Nolineux, and Joseph Nichols, 329
  • Placing Tubes on the Spindles used in Spinning Machinery, Leopold Newton, 293 Planes, Thomas Ford Caldicott, 31
  • Plate. Holders for Photographic Cameras, Lewis, and William Henry Lewis, 254
  • Platinum, W. E. Newton, 85
  • Playing Loto, N1. Henry, 330
  • Ploughing or Cultivating Land, James Austin, 140
  • Ploughing or Cultivating Land, J. Fowler, jun., and W. \Vorby, 482
  • Ploughing and Cultivating Land, W. Massey, and John Smith, 13
  • Ploughing and Cultivating Land by Steam or other suitable Motive Power, nacre Autzus. tus Lacy and ‘V illiam Collett Hoinershain, 103
  • Ploughing and Scarifying Land, Richard Cole • .man, 158
  • Ploughing or Tilling Land, J. Fowler, jun., anti William Worby, 123
  • Ploughs, William Deli, jun., 3S6
  • Ploughs, James Howard, 432
  • Ploughs, Rudolph Sack, 254
  • P.;inting Pencils or Marking Instruments, Josiah Harrington, 443
  • Points, Switches, and Crossings, W. Clay, 445 Polishing Machine, Frederick Herbert Ma-berly, Portablo Rails or Ways to Vehicles, W. Clark, 236
  • Portable Railway for Steam Traction Engines on Common Roads, W. E. Newton, 123 Preparatioa and Application of Grains for Animal Ford, W illiam James Cantelo, 463 Preparation of certain Beverages, of the Nature of Home-made Wines, Thomas Fred. Henley, 85
  • Preparation of Cloth, Matthew Cltuk, 103 Preparation of Peat, M. A. F. Mennons, 405 Preparation for Use of Caustic Alkalies, Fred. Collier Bakewell, 293
  • Preparing Bank Notes and other Papers, to Prevent Counterfeiting, by Photography, Christopher Dicran Seropyan, i2.3
  • Preparing Coke for Metallurgic ,1 Processes, Dr. Hermann Bleibtreu, 30
  • Preparing Cotton, 84c., Richard Shaw, -18 Preparing Fibrous Substances to be spun, Luke Cooke, 140
  • Preparing Fibrous Substances to he Spun, Henry Charlesworth and William Chapman, 424
  • Preparing and Doubling Fibrous Materials, John Yuil Borland, 254
  • Preparing Glass Label), Edward William Baxter, 140 Preparing Land for Agricultural Purposes, Nicholas Fisher, 274
  • Preparing Liquor for Tanning, Ainic 13our. geois, 424
  • Preparing Moulds for Casting Metals, J. lice and Samuel Hartley, 85
  • Preparing and Spinning Cotton, James Shaw and Hugh Shaw, 30
  • Preparing and Spinning Cotton and other Fibrous Substances, Evan Leigh, 236, 309 Preparing and Spinning Fibrous Materials, James Yates, 349
  • Preparing Telegraph Wire Coated with Gutta Percha, J. Macintosh, 415
  • Preparing and Twisting Fibrous Substances, A. V. Newton, 217
  • Preparing and Finishing Yarns or Threads, Peter Ker, 309
  • Preparing and Treating Asphodel in order to obtain Alcohol, Francois Xavier Gentil, and Eugene Gentil, 236
  • Preparing Vegetable Substances for Feeding Animals, John Alison, 85
  • Preparing and Vulcanising India Rubber or other Analogous Gums, H. H. Day, 48 Preparing Washing Blue, William Richard Todd, jun., 329
  • Preparing ood for Paper, Antoine Marie Poisat, 329
  • Preparing Worsted Yarns for Dyeing, John Edward, and Benjamin Ingham, 48
  • Preparing Yarns, Henry Hebblethwaite, Wil-ham Skiiittleworth, and William Tasker, 158
  • Preservation of Grain and Alimentary Sub. stances in General, P. A. le Compte de Fontainemoreau, 13
  • Preservation of Timber, John Green and !lam Coppmn, jun., 8b Preservative Medicine, Albanese Victor Constant itagnauld, 329
  • Preserving Animal and Vegetable Fluids, Edmund Charles Tisdall, 432
  • Preset.% ing and otherwise Treating Animal and Vegetable Substances, and in the Purification of Oils employed therein, Pierre Alexis Francisse Batio3uf, 235
  • Press for Punching and Embossing, and for Fixing and Closing Eyelets, Richard Houchin, 254
  • Press W heel Rollers, William Celborne Cambridge, 140
  • Presses, Samuel Fox, 48
  • Pressing Cloth, J. H. Whitehead, 123 Pressure Gauges, J. II Johnson, 3$
  • Pressue and Vacuum Guages, John Parkinson, 179
  • Preventing Accidents and Collisions on Railways, Claude Nicholas Leroy, 36S Preventing Accidents on Railways, Eugene Murray, 386
  • Pre% enting Collisions on Railways, Thomas Till, and W illiam Gardiner, 140
  • Preventing Incrustation in Boilers, James Hall. 140
  • Preventing Incrustation in Boilers, Guillaume Delis, lary Preventing Incrustations in Steam Boilers, W. E. Newton, 85
  • Preventing Incrustation in Steam Boilers, John Sleddon, and Joseph Marsland, 254 Preventing Oscillation in Carriages upon Railways, Job Allen and John Young, 329 Preventing one Train from Running into an. other on Railways, David Hope, 103 Prevention of Accidents. James Owen, 386 Prevention of Accidents to Lifting Machines, Hugh Baines, 405
  • Prevention of Smoke, Robert Clark, 405
  • Primary Motive Power, Jeffries Kingsley, 103 Printed Piled Fabric, Edward Briggs,349 Printing on both Sides of a sheet of 'aper by a Single Impression on an Ordinary Lithographic Press, Sigismond Rosenthal, 217 Printing Calico and other Textile fabrics, Robert Kay, 309
  • Printing in Colours, George Baxter, 30 Printing and Dyeing Woven Fabrics, Joseph Jakins, 13
  • Printing or Endorsing in Colours on Paper or other Surfaces, Griffith Jarrett. 30
  • Printing Fabrics when Cylinders are employed, Isaac Taylor, 445
  • Printing ink, Charles Fleet, 30
  • Printing Machines, Augustus Applegnth, 329 Printing Machinery, 1Villiam Alfred Newton, 30
  • Printing Machines, James Murdoch Napier, 309
  • Printing Shawls and other Tissues, Etienne Cominal, 31
  • Printing Surface of Blocks, Plates, or other Similar Bodies, Charles Avril, 158
  • Printing Telegraph, Meinrad Tlieiler, 293 Producing Aerated Waters. Charles Herault, 48
  • Producing Cold by the Evaporation of Volatile Liquids in Vacuo, James Harrison, 274
  • Producing Expansion in Steam and other Motive Power Engines, Joseph Augustus Burdon, 13
  • Producing Figured Paper to be used in Teaching, Writing, and Drawing, J. H. Johnson, 349
  • Producing Gas, Marin Joseph Alphonse Mille and Francois Canal, 274
  • Producing Graduated Scales upon Ceramic and Enamelled Materials, Henry Angelo Ludovico Negretti and Joseph Warren Zambra, 445
  • Producing Heat and Light, Mathieu Francois Isoord, 445
  • Producing Impressions on Surfaces, George Beard, 330
  • Printed and Dyed Colours from Murexide on Woollen Fabrics or Yarns, John Littlewood and Albert Schlumberer, 158
  • Progress in Swimming, John Cox, 140
  • Propeller, Pascal Balboni, 329
  • Propeller, P. A. le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 48
  • Propellers, Robert James Baryon, 140
  • Propeller, Andrew Frederick Germann, Fre. derick Gustavus Germann and Joseph Ger-mann, 463
  • Propelling, Alfred Count de Bylandt, 293 Propelling Boats, Joseph Russell, Henry NVi!Ham Sprats, and William Press, 103 Propelling the Human Body in %%rater, Geo. Farrell, Kemfry, 43
  • Propelling and Steering. Daniel Reuver, 329 Propelling arid Steering Navigable 'Vessels, A. V. Newton, 30
  • Propelling Ships and Vessels, George Murray, 123
  • Propelling Ships, William Thomson, 432 Propelling Vessels, Richard Archibald Broo-man, 103
  • Propelling Vessels, William Geach, 274
  • Propelling Vessels, Charles Clement James, 217
  • Propelling Vessels, Edmund Lloyd Owen, 293 Propelling Vessels, Josef Mohr, 103 Piopelling Vessels, John Reeve, 405, 432 Propeliing Vessels by Means of heated Air, C. G. Kopisch, 363
  • Protecting Certain l'arts of the Body from Di‘tlgurement by Cutaneous Diseases, Robert Jackson, 140
  • Protecting the Contents of Pockets of Wearing Apparel, Leon de Landfort, 424
  • Protecting the Turnip Crop by Destroying the Turnip Fly. &c., W. Smith, 963 Protecting Walls, Ceilings, &c., from Ilumidity, Victor Peen, 349
  • Protective Sandal for Bathers, Albert John Davis, 445
  • Puddling Iron, NV. E. Newton, 31
  • Pulp of which Paper and other Fabrics arc composed, David Lichtklistadt, 309
  • Pulping Coffee, Frederick Augustus Butler, 463
  • Pump Buckets, Howard Glover, FS Pump Valves, Thomas Coxon Wilkinson, 4i33 Pumping Apparatus, William Garnham, 158 Pumps, It. A. Brooman, 13
  • Pump, Matthews Nelson, 445
  • Pumps, William Lyell Groundwater and Henry Prince, 179
  • Pumps, James Ward, 309
  • Pumps for Raising Liquids, John Stobba and George Roger Hall, ?09
  • Purification of Certain Gases, Samuel Clift, 235
  • Purification of Water, Thomas Spencer, 31 Purifying and Cleansing Clay, John Harland, 329
  • Purifying and Filtering Water, Richard Johnson, 254
  • Purifying Gas, Richard Laming, 403
  • Quadrants, J. H. Johnson, 31
  • Railroad Wheels, 'Webster Woodman. 85 Rails for Railways, W illiam Clark, 386
  • Rails for Railways, Henry Parry, 217
  • Railway Alarms and Marine Alarms or Fog Signals, Leon Lewenberg, 319
  • Railway liars, Girders, SLc., Charles Sanderson, 48
  • Railway Brakes, Bernard I)enizot, and Charles Flipps, 103
  • Railway Brake, F. A. le Comte de Fontaine-moreau, 274
  • Railway Brakes, William Hill, 13
  • Railway Brakes, George Samuel Mathews. 103 Railway Brake, Francois Moulin, 103
  • Railway Brakes and Signals, James Newall, 386
  • Railway Brakes and Signals, James Tallow and Henry Hodgkinson, 140
  • Railway Chairs, %% illiam Anderton, 445 Railway Chair, Joseph Nickles, 67
  • Railway Chairs. Richard John Badge, 103 Railway Chairs, Sleepings, and Crossings, illiam Main, 3S6
  • Railway Crossings, W. E. Newton, 31
  • Railway Rolling Stock, Julien D'Helle, and Albert Viscount de %% aresquiel, 482
  • Railway Switches, Edwin Thompson, and William Joseph Nicholson, 293
  • Railways, Nathaniel Cox, 30
  • Railways to Facilitate Locomotive Einines Ascending Inclines, John Edwards, 274 Railways and Carriages, John Coope I laddan, 179
  • Railways, and Wagons used therew ith, M Henry, 85
  • Raking or Cleaning Roads, &c., M. Henry, 329
  • Raising and Compressing, Thomas Forsyth, 211
  • Raising or Forcing Liquids, Robert Green, 309 Raising and Forcing Liquids, Charles Topham, 103
  • Raising and Lowering Bodies in Mines, In Ventilating Mines, and in Extracting Water therefrom, R. A. Brooman, 293
  • Raising and Lowering Trucks, William Beckett Johnson, 293
  • Raising and Lowering Weights, Machinery for, i homas Brown, 217
  • Raising Water and Employing the same as a Motive Power, George ltoby, 293
  • Raising Weights applicable to Stamping or Cutting Nl. talc, George Ireland. 123 Reaping Machines, John Gill, 83
  • Reaping Mlchines, William Harwood, 386 Reaping Machines, A. V. Newton, 30
  • Reaping and Mowing Machines, George Bell, 236
  • Reaping and Mowing Machines, William Burgess, 85
  • Reaping and Mowing Machines, Edward Evans, and George Potts Roskell, 158 Reaping and Mowing Machines, %V. E. Newton, 103
  • Reclining Chair Robert Hazard, 4S2
  • Reefing Ships' Sails, George Webster Shibies, 329
  • Reefing and Furling of Ships' Sails, John Scott Collins, 140
  • Reefing and Workinz of Sails, and in Masts and Rigging, William James Gifford, 445 Refining Paraftine, Emile Alcan, 254 Refrigerating and Producing ice, Charles 1Villiani siemens, 158
  • Refrigerator, Charles Tooth and William Watkin %Vynne, 424
  • Registering Apparatus, Robert Cle,p, 463 Registering the Performance of Railway Trains, A. V. Newton. 31
  • Regulating the Ascent and Descent of the Railway Locomotives on inclined Planes, Luigi do Cristoforis, 309
  • Regulating the Admission of Air to Furnaces, Ramsey Lawson, 293
  • Regulating the Admission of Air to Furnaces, James Petrie, 236
  • Regulating the Supply of Air-Furnaces, Thos. Symes Prideaux, 424
  • Regulating, Lighting. and Extinguishing Street Gas Lamps by Electricity, Denny Lane, 463
  • Regulating the Flow of Fluids, Edward Cockey, Henry Cockey, and Francis Christopher Cockey, 349
  • Regulating the Paying out and Laying-down of Submarine Teleguiph Cables, 274 Regulating the Pressure of Fluids, William Pratchitt and Samuel Horrocks. 179 Regulating the Pressure of Steam, Jonathan Preston, 48
  • Regulating Railway and Lighthouse Signall• ing, Jules Dufau, 254
  • Regulating the Supply and Discharge of Fluids, Edwin Travis and Joseph Louis Cassartelli, 18
  • Regulating the Weight or Pressure to 'fop Rollers used in Spinning, 386
  • Rendering Inflammable Materials Incombustible, Johann Julius Schuessel and Peter Julius 1 houret, 386
  • Repeating Fire-arms, C. Reeves, 386
  • Retarding Carriages, John Palmer de la Fon', 463
  • Retarding Omnibuses and other Carriages, Henry Saxon Snell, 293
  • Retarding the Progress of Railway Trains, A. V. Newton. 424
  • Retarding and Stopping Carriages G. T. Boustield, 140
  • Retarding and Stopping Railway Carriages, bleliton Martin, 349
  • Revolver, John Adams, 445
  • Roasting Coffee and other Substances, W. E. Newton, 330
  • Rock Boring Machine, Hugh Pritchard Hughes. 2-54
  • Rock-Drilling Machinery, A. V. Newton, 293 Rocking Cradles, Adolphe Barthelemy Ellena, 349
  • Rollers Applicable for Blinds, Maps, and other Purposes, William Wall 'White and i‘liam Bull, .J6S Rollers for Printing Woven Fabrics, John Barber, 293
  • Rollers used for Pressing Fabrics, &c., John Watson Bur ton and George Pye, 293 Rollers for Printing Surfaces, James Chadwick, 349
  • Rollers ss ith Patterns thereon for Printing Fabrics, 293
  • Rolling Hoops and Wheel Tyres Patrick Danvers, and Geoff ge Whitfield Billings, 110 Rolling Iron and Steel, William Hale, 30 Rolls for Rolling Iron or other Metals, W. E. Newton, 254
  • Ropes and Cables for Telegraphic Purposes, Thomas William Henley, 432
  • Rotary Engine, John Beale, 158
  • Rotary Engines, Henry Clarke, 85
  • Rotary and Reciprocating Engines, Thomas Ivory, 138
  • Rotary Engines and Pumps, Alexander Dal-get, 158
  • Rotary Engines and Pumps, William Henry Miller and Henry Edward skinner, '217 Rotary Steam Engines and YumpS, John Haihorothwaite Winder, 293
  • Rotary Pump, Juan Paulson. 48
  • Rotary Shuttle Boxes for Weaving Checks, Plaids, Figured and Fancy Goods, Samuel Bottomley, James Bottomley, and 'Thomas Bottomley, 217
  • Roving Flax, John Lawson, 366
  • Ruling Paper, Jacob Ulrich Ott and Friedrich August Moritz Udlot!, 13
  • Ruling upon Metallic Rollers for Printing Calico and other Materials, Robert Whittam, 217
  • Runners and Top Notches of Umbrellas and Parasols, Thomas Holland and John Rubcry, 236
  • Running Gear for Vehicles, Richard Murdoch, 67
  • Rice and Barley Mill, 1.idore Charles Cloet,,85 Rigging of Ships, Elijah James Crocker, 85 Rigging Woven Fabrics, George Sampson, Joseph Sampson, and Elijah Ledger, 30 Rivets, &c., Frederick Groom Grice, 482
  • Saddles, John Drumgnole Brady, 236
  • ,addles, John Clay, 140
  • Saddle.Trees, Thomas Rand, and George Beckley, 3:..6
  • Safe for Cash, James Hogg, 463
  • Safety Cages for Mines, Robert Aytoun, 217 Safety llook applicable to Securing 1Vatches to Garments, Ephraim Smith, 424 Safety-lamps, George Cooper, 67
  • Safety Lock, Jean Salley, 30
  • Safety Padlock, Jules Dortet and Andre Barthelemy Denis, 140
  • Safety Valves, James Webster. 103
  • Safety Valves, James Henry Bennett, 424 Safety-valve for Steam Boilers, George Pemberton Clark, 31
  • Sails, Joseph Gardner, Richard Lee, and Henry George Pearce, 463
  • Salinometers, Louis Francois Picot, 293 Saltpetre, John Fraser, 424
  • Salts and Preparations of Phosphoric Acid. T. Richardson and Manning Prentice, 349
  • Saving or Covering the Lists of Textile Fabrics previous to the Dyeing of such Fabrics, William Riley and nutrias Riley, 309
  • Sawing, Morticing, and Tenoning Wood, 293 Arthur Rigg, sen., and Arthur Rigg, jun.. Scarifying and Cultivating Land, Charles Clay, 405
  • Scoring Games and Points at Games, R. A. Brooman, 349
  • Scoring at Whist and other Games, John Ford, 293
  • Screens for Dressing Corn and other Grain, John Pinchbeck, 217
  • Screens or Sieves, Thomas Cooper Bridgman, Screw Gills for Preparing Wool, William ilargreaves. 217
  • Screw Nut and Ratchet Brace for Working the same, John Hope, 13
  • Screw Nuts, Francis ‘Vatkins, 44
  • Screw Propeller, John James and William I)aykin Grimshaw, 30
  • Screw Propellers, Stanislas Onudrion, Sr) grew Propellers, James Uregc.)ry and 1Villiam Craymer, 293
  • Screws or Screw Cap for Sheet Metal, W. E. Newton. 161
  • Seutching and Heckling Flax, and other similar Vegetable Fibres, William Rowan, 67 Seal for Railway Luggage Vans, Henry D. Mears and William Hou1ton, jun., 67 Sealing of the Joints in Metallic Casks, Benjamin Noakes and Frederick John Wood, 31 Securing and Liberating the Corks or Stoppers of Bottles, J. Hinks and James Syson Nibbs, 48
  • Securing the Points of Railway Switches, Murdoch McKay and Henry Forfar Osman, 123
  • Securing Railway Chairs to the Sleepers, R. J. Badge, 349
  • Seed Drills, Guillaume Felix Aroux, 153 Seed Drills, Barnabas Urry, 85
  • Selvedge of Linen or any other Fabric while in the Act of Weaving, Robert Davison and James Lee, 143
  • Separating Cinders from Ashes and Economising Fuel, George Chambers, 153 Separating Iron from Ores, William Alexander Edwards, 31
  • Separating Metallic Substances for Coffee, Henry Collingridge, 179
  • Separating Seeds and Dirt from Wheat, James Savory, 67
  • Separation and Extraction of Copper from its Ores, Thomas Lewis, Henry Parish, and Robert Martin Roberts, 103
  • Separation of Solids from Fluids, John Louis Jullion, 85
  • Sewing, Embroidering, and other Ornamental Works. George Mumby, 30
  • Sewing Machines, J. H. Johnson, 103,158 Sewing Machines, A. V. Newton, 3sti, 445 Sewing Machines, Earle Harry Smith, 329 Sewing Needles, G. T. Boustield, 179
  • Sewing or Pointing Gloves, Abel Foulkes, 13 Sewing Silk, &c., W. E. Newton, 424
  • Shaft Bearings, David Partridge, 349
  • Shafts and Pules for Cabs and other Vehicles, John Clarke, 445
  • Shank to be Attached to all Descriptions of Buttons, 1Villiam Bunt, 103
  • Shaping Metals, Thomas Foxall Griffiths, 103 Shaping and Cutting Metals and other Substances, Andrew Shanks, 217
  • Shawls, Robert Alexander Ronald, 3S6 Shearing Iron and other Metals, James Eastwood and Samuel Lloyd, jun., 254 Sheathing Metals, A. Parkes and Henry Parkes, 482
  • Sheet Glass, Isaac Jones, 424
  • Ships or Vessels, John Jordan, 48
  • Ships and other Vessels. John Bethel', 14u Ships, whereby their Draft may be Regulated, Thomas Williams, 274
  • Ships' Block, Daniel Stothard, Joseph Jones, David Jonas and Benjamin Woolf Jonas. 445
  • Ships' Lanterns, J. H. Johnson, 445
  • Ships' Scuttles, Joseph Ridisdale, 140
  • Shirt-Cutting Machine, Henry Hoscb, 67
  • Shoe and Boot Scraper or Cleaner, P. A. le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 123
  • Shuttles and Tubes, John Middleton and illiam Rylauce, 330
  • Signal Instruments, Frederick Priestley, 349
  • Signal Lamps, William Hart, 30
  • Signals and Alarums, J Langford and J. NViWar, 179
  • Signals, Railway, Joseph Richard Atha, William Pearson and William Spurr, 236
  • Signals, RaiW ay, John Harrison, 13
  • Signals on Railways, John Gray and John Wilson Gray, 330
  • Signals on Railways, William Henry Myers, 330
  • Signals on Railways, Jean Henry Viault and J tiles Viault, 424
  • Signalling, James Harris, 4S2
  • Silvering Vegetable and Mineral Objects, Johann Philippe Becker, 67
  • Size, Frederick Crace Calvert and Charles Lowe, 85
  • Size made from Gelatine, W. Smith, 217
  • Sizing Matter, John Tinker, 4-15
  • Sizing Yarns, John Nichols, 4.2
  • Skates, James Edward Boyd. 3:.6
  • Skirt Springs, William Bestwick, 309
  • Slide Valves for Steam Engines, '1'. Forsyth, 1-10
  • Slide Valves for the Induction and Eduction of Steam in Reciprocating Steam Engines, Alfred Vincent Newton, 217
  • Slotting, Boring, and Surfacing, William Joseph Curtis, 445
  • Slow Match for Blasting and Mining Operations, Frederick Bonaparte Anderson, 434
  • Slubbing and Roving Cotton, William Mercer, William Bodden, and William Higginson, 482
  • Small Coal to be used as Fuel, W illiam Joseph . Thompson, 31
  • Smoke Condensing Apparatus, M. A. F. Mennons, 254
  • Smoke Consuming Apparatus, James Buchanan, 482
  • Smoke Consuming Furnace, George Duncan, and William John Jelltcorse, 329
  • Smoke Consuming Furnaces, P. A. is Comte de Fontainemoreau, 158
  • Smoke Consuming Grate, C. F. Vasserot, 217
  • Smoke Preventing Apparatus, Constant Jouffroy Dumery, 254
  • Soap, Frederick Bousfield, 103
  • Soap, J. Gedge, 217
  • Soap, W. (,ossage, 463
  • Soap, James Higham, and :George David Bellamy, 463
  • Soap, Berthold Lowissohn, 179
  • Soap, Alphonse Rene le Mire de Normandy, and Edward Thornhill Simpson, 254
  • Soap, Alphonse Rene le Mire de Normandy, 463
  • Soap, Isaac Oschinsky, 158
  • Soap, W. Smith, 179
  • Soap, Richard Williams. 3G8
  • Soap and Detergent Preparations, Maria Boun-sall Rowland, 13
  • Soda and Potash, H. Deacon, 482
  • Soda and Potash, W. Gossage, 309
  • Solutions for Coating with Aluminium, Samuel Coulson, 158
  • Solutions and Extracts of the Colouring Matter of Madder for Dyeing and Printing, Charles Cowper, 13
  • Soundboards-of l'ianofortes, M. Stodart, .124 Sounding Alarums at Sea, George William Lenox, 236
  • Sounding at Sea and in other Waters, Pierre Alberto Bahistrinl, 217
  • Sounding Machines. Thomas Massey, and Thomas Savage, 349
  • Sowing Seeds and Manure, Thomas Rickett, 217
  • Spindles and Fliers for Preparing and Doubling Fibrous Materials, James Champion, 31 Spinning Flax, W. Rowan, •183
  • Spinning Yarn, Thread, &c., Thomas Willis, and George Chell, 30
  • Spinning and Doubling Yarn, George Swindells, and Jonathan Arnold, t.5
  • Springs and Appliances for Carriages, Robert Watson Savage. 274
  • Springs for Petticoats, Prosper Brunot, 140 Spioning and Doubling, Alexander Lee Brook Boyd, 329
  • Spindles of Machines for Preparing, Spinning, and Doubling Cotton, and other Fibrous Materials, Francis Preston, 236
  • Stable Fittings, G. H. Cottarn, and H. R. 1. Cottam, 386
  • Stamping and Endorsing Machine, Henry Robinson Palmer, 445
  • Stamping or Raising Metals, NVilliam Porter McCuliurn 309
  • Stands, Wardrobes, Frames, and Piiic for Holding and Suspending Articles of Dress, C. Iles, 386
  • Steam Boilers, E. T. 13ellhouse, and W. J. Donning, 85
  • Steam Boiler and other Furnaces, John Jervis Tucker, and George Biasland, 217
  • Steam Boilers and Furnace Flues, W. Rowan, 85
  • Steam Boiler, Gauge Cocks, and Registering Apparatus connected therewith, %VIll%am Mann, 103
  • Steam Engines, John Avery, 103
  • Steam Engines, Henry Cartwright, 217 steam Engines, William Hopkinson, 153 Steam Engines, Ellis Rowland, 153
  • Steam Engines, Edmund Whittaker, Alfred Law, and James Fletcher, 235
  • Steam Engines, Joseph Miller. 405
  • Steam Enginies, John Frederick Spencer, 463 Steam Engines, John Fereday, 424
  • Steam Engines, George Holcroft. and George DenboIm, 483
  • Steam Engines, George Frederic Lombard, 3E6
  • Steam Engines, James Burrows, 140
  • Steam Engines, John Henry Christian Lobnitz and James McLintock Henderson, 293 Steam Engines, Samuel Lawrence Taylor, 140 Steam Engines, Henry Walker, James Beaumont, and Joseph Gothard, 463
  • Steam Engines, George Dyson and Thomas Harrison, 103
  • Steam Engines, Jules Alphonse Chartier, 236 Steam Engines, William Macnaught and William Macnaught, 329
  • Steam and Air Engines and Furnaces, Charles Barlow, 463
  • Steam Engines and other Steam Boiler Appa. ratus, William Hartley, 235
  • Steam Engines for Giving Motion to Agricultural Implements, %V. Smith, 103
  • Steam Generators, George Scott, 329
  • Steam Generators, William Smith, 274
  • Steam Hammers, Richard Martin, Ebenezer and Joshua hall, 386
  • Steam Hammers, Elizabeth McDowall. 386 Steam Ploughs, John James Cousins, 405 Steam Regulator. Edward Outram, 483 Steam Vessels, William Henry James, 293 Steering Vessels, Amherst Hawker Renton, Stereoscopic Pictures, Seth Gill and Henry Newton, 445
  • Stereoscopes, Prosper Bernard C:odet, 254 Stereoscope, Walter Hardie, 40,i Stereoscopes, Henry Pershouse. 453 stereoscopes, Charles Sands, 463
  • Sticks used by Watchmakers, also applicable to the Sharpening of Lead Pencils, W. S. Clark, 30
  • Stiffeners for Wearing Apparel, James Minks, 386
  • Stiffening and Finishing Woven Fabrics, Major Booth and James Farmer, 445
  • Stirrups, W. E. Newton, 330
  • Stopping Horses, Leon Duriez, jun., 140 Stoves, Thomas Goodchild 254
  • Straight Edge Holder for Strengthening Walls &c., Louis Alexis Imbett, 254
  • Strained Wire Fencing, James Hamilton, 482 Stretching \Voven Fabrics, lienry Crompton, 30
  • Stretching Woven Fabrics, William Owen, 13 Strip and Hoop Iron, Thomas NVard, 31 Submerged Propellers for Propelling Vessels, Carl Gustaf Carleman, 31
  • Submerging and Laving down Electrical Telegraph Cables, Francis Iligginson, 405 Submerging Submarine Telegrapn Cables, T. Field, 421
  • Substitute for Bees' Wax, Charles Jean Michael Muireau, 482
  • Substitute for Hair in the Manufacture of Cloths used in Seed Crushing, Charles David Davies, 13
  • Substitute for Varnish, Turpentine, to be employed for Coating, Alexander Prince, 158
  • Sulphate of Alumini, Charles Norris, 140 Sulphuret of Carbon, Animal Charcoal, and Carbonic Acid, Antoine Galy-Cazalat, and Adolphe Huillard, 158
  • Sulphuret of Carbon for Motive Purposes, Augustus Seyferth, 329
  • Sulphuric Acid, Frank Clarke Hills, 67 Sulphuric Acid, William Gossage, 32J Sulphuric Acid, A. V. Newton, 31
  • Sulphuric Acid, William Proctor, 140 Sulphuric Acid, Joseph Townsend, 405 Sulphuric Acid, and in obtaining Salts of Ammonia thereby, Peter Spence, 23ti Supplying Air to Persons in Confined Apartments, William Howard, 234
  • Supplying Ink or other Mixture for Stamps, George Henry Cresswell, 13
  • Supplying or Feeding Steam Boilers with Water, John Parker, 158
  • Supplying Steam to Water to Heat the same, Octavius Henry Smith, 1.10
  • Supplying Water to Water Closets, Frederick Warner, 31
  • Supporting Telegraph Wires, W imam Pole, 83
  • Surface Condenser, James M. Miller, 2,-,1 Surfaces for receiving Paintings, J. H. John. son, 67
  • Suspending the Lines of Electric Telegraphs, Reinhold Goedicke, 463
  • Suspending and W orking Window Hangings, James Fairclough, John Fairclough, and Joseph Cowan, 3b6
  • Sword, C. Reeves, 329
  • Swords, hatchets, and Knives, Charles Reeves, 349
  • Tackle Blocks, W. Clark. 386
  • Taking Photographic Pictures, R. A. Broo-mao, 329
  • Taking the Thrust of Serew and Submerged Propellers, John Penn, 217
  • Taking Zenith Observation at Sea of any Planet, Edward Cavendy, 386
  • Tanning, Stanley Webster, •124
  • Teaching the Art of Swimming, Lambert Cowell, 85
  • Tearing Rags and other Fabrics, Charles Nightingale, 179
  • Telegraph Cables, John Mackintosh, 368 Tell-Tale Clock, M. A. F. Mennons, 463 Self-Acting Temples for Looms, John Elce and John Leech, 15S Temples for Looms, A. V. Newton, 217 Testing the Strength of Materials, J. H. Johnson, 48
  • Textile Fabrics, Adam Murray and William Pollard, 293
  • Textile Fabrics and Materials, David Hogg Saunders, 386
  • Textile Goods by means of a Frame which Replaces the Jacquard Loom, Sebastien Botturi, 235
  • Thermometric Apparatus, William Henry Gauntlett, 110
  • Thermometric, Hydrometric, and Barometric Purposes, George Cumming, 236
  • Thimble., Charles Iles, 140
  • Threshing Machines, Joseph Gilbert, 217 Threshing Machines, George Parsons, 103 Threshing W heat, '1 . G. Shaw, 179
  • Throttle and Mule Spring for Spinning Machines. William Standring, 482 Time-Keepers. Thomas Sherratt, 30 Time-Keeper Dial, showing the Exact Time in Different Countries, P. A. le Comte de Fontstinemoreau, Tooth Powder, Arthur Dunn, 30
  • Toothed Coverings of Rag Machine Cylinders, John Earnshaw, jun., 13
  • Transfer Printing, Material for, Jo3eph Clover and John Bold, 217
  • Transmitting Motion, M. Henry, 293 Transparent Photographic Pictures and their Application to Stereoscope; Jacques Alexander Ferrier, 254
  • Self-acting Trap Doors for Mines, Robert Rennie, 48
  • Trenching and Cultivating Land, J. Bethell, 368
  • Frees of Riding Saddles, William FAlmonson Jones, 103
  • Trucks, James Hopkins and George Pearce, 13
  • Trunks and Boxes, Edward Kirk, James Leadbetter, and Charles Wilson, 31 Treating Agava, American or Mexican Grass, and the Manufacture of a New Fabric therefrom, Varner, Staufen, 217
  • Treating Auriferous, Argentiferous, or other Nletallic Ores, Edouard Primard, Treating Certain Ores and Alloys, William Henderson, 329
  • Treating Flax and other Vegetable Fibres, Edward Brasier, 31
  • Treating Gutta Percha, Horace Ilollister Day, 31
  • Treating Iron Ores, H. Bessemer, 4.15 Treating Madder, &c., Simon PincolTs. 48 Treating Madder for Printing, also in the Preparation of silk, James Wright, 463 Treating and Dressing, Rice, Isidore Charles Cloet, 254
  • Treating Manganese Ores, Thomas Richard. son, 463
  • Treating Phormium Tenax, Joseph Gibbs, 310
  • Treating or Preparing and Boiling Rags, John Robertsan, 13
  • Treating and Purifying Water, John Fordred, 103, 445
  • Treating the Rhubarb Plant, Josiah Wright, Alfred Wright, and Francis Roberts, 43 Treating and Smelting of Iron Ores, H. 13essemer, 445
  • Treating Strips of Steel for Hardening and Tempering, John WriAt, 349
  • Treating and Winding Silk from the Cocoon, Arsene Auguste Olivier, 48
  • Treatment and Application of Superheated Steam, W illiarn Bunks, 413
  • Treatment of Cast Steel while Passing from the Molten State into that, of being Hardened or Tempered, and which, with certain Variations, is Applicable to the Making of Tools or Ingots, Perry G. Gardiner, 217
  • Treatment of Certain Textile Fabrics, Daniel Jones Crossley, 158
  • Treatment of Fatzy Matters for the Manufac. tore of Candles, William Armand Gilbee, 103
  • Treatment. of Iron Ore (Crude Iron) for the Production of Iron and Steel, Gustav Ru-minghaus, 274
  • Treatment of Ornamental Fabtics, John Richard Cochrane, 445
  • Treatment of Certain Compounds of Silica, Alumina, Sodium, or Potash, Hartley Kenyon, 15S Treatment of Liquors containing ('ombina. tions of Sulphur with Ammonia, Alexander Angus Croll, 67
  • Treatment of Moulds for Casting Metals, Andrew Walker and Thomas Walker, 254 Treatment of Sewerage, William Thomas Manning, 463
  • Treatment and Use of Grains, &c., Elijah Slack, 4:,2
  • Treatment of Yarns, William Todd, 13 Tubes and Cylinders of Copper, Alexander Parkes, 445
  • Tubes used in Spinning and Doubling Machinery, George James Wainwright, and Charles Timothy Bradbury, 293
  • Tumbler Key and Lever Tumbler Lock, Thomas Saunders, 293
  • Tunnels under Water, Arthur Folson, 30 Turning or Reducing Substances, Thomas Hamilton, and James Hamilton, 36S Tuyeres for Railway and other Wheels, James Jackson. 293
  • Tyre for Wheels, Francois Jules Blanc, 217
  • Umbrella and Parasol Furniture, John Ru. fiery, 309
  • Umbrellas and Parasols, \V illiam Holland, 30 Umbrellas and Parasols, S. Fox, 41
  • Umbrellas and Parasols, A. V. Newton, 15S Umbrellas and Parasols, J. Rubery, 4s2 Umbrellas and Parasols, Thomas Rutter and James Banister, 31
  • Umbrellas and Walking Canes, Simon Solomon, 163
  • Unmakiniz Rope, M. Henry, 319
  • Upright Pianoforte Actions, Frederick Oetz. mann, and Thomas Luis Plumb, 140
  • Valve Arrangements of Engines, W. E. Newton, 179
  • Valve Gear of Locomotive and other Engines, Charles Patrick Stewart, and David Graham Hope, 85
  • Valves and the Chambers connected therewith, William Smith Wheatcroft, and James Newton Smith, 235
  • Valves and Traps, Fennell Harbert Allmann. 320
  • Varnish, Improved, M. A. F. Mentions, 38G Varying the Length and Reversin4 the Direction of the Throw of Eccentrics, A. V. Newton, 217
  • Vegetable Matters, W. J. Cantelo, 179 Vehicle Wheels, 1.. de Cristoforis, 386 Velvets, Richard Shiers, jun., 254 Ventilating, John Bertwhistle and Daniel Bertwhistle, 140
  • Venting Casks and Preserving them from Bursting, Daniel Joseph Daly, 30 Ventilating Coal Mines, Joseph M. Paule, 123 Ventilating Ships and other Places, Florentin Delmas, 85
  • Ventilators for Chimneys, Frederick Mortimer Butler, 330
  • Vessels Propelled by Screw Propeller, 'William Macnab, 445
  • Vessels for War and Revenue Purposes, George Rennie, 293
  • Vices, R. A. Brootnan, 103
  • Violin and other Stringed Musical Instruments of a similar Nature, Nicholas Gustave Im-bert Dc Laphaleque, 254
  • Wagons Applicable to the Transport of Troops on Land and Water, Joseph Francis and Charles Mangy, 482
  • War Weapon, William Eardley Richards, 463
  • Warping, or Dressing and Winding on Yarns or Threads, John Wulnisley and Thomas Howard, '251
  • Warming Milk, William Nicholls, 217 Washing Coals and other Minerals, George C. Greenwell and William Selby, 482
  • Washing or Churning, John Mclsaac, 236 Washing and Cleansing, James Lamb Hancock, 85
  • Washing Clothes, which Apparatus is also applicable to Churning, Thomas Bradford, 251
  • Washing and Drying Apparatus, M. A. F. Mennons, 445
  • Washing Machines, Richard Davies, 329 Washing Machine, Charles Barnard and John Bishop, 330
  • Washing Machines, Joseph England, 329 Washing Machines, Peter Gatabitass, 414
  • Washing Machine, David .1 Lee, 271
  • ashing Machines, I homers Robsoi., 274 Washing Machinery, John Jukes, 67 Washing and Preparing.Textile Fabrics, Malcolm Macdonald, 31 1Vashing and Scouring Household Linen, Murdoch McKay and Lewis Rose, l4)
  • Washing Substances, T. Hardeastle, 386 Washing Textile Fabrics, T. Hirdc.sstle, 179 Washing and ‘Vringing Machines, Thomas George Shaw, 179
  • Watches, Phillip Bettie, 463
  • Watches and Keys for the same, John Agar and William Agar, 103
  • Water Closets, Self-Cleansing, Thomas Bullock, 30
  • Water Gauges, James Sutcliffe, 30
  • Water Gauges for Steam Boile:s, Datus Ensign Rugg, 85
  • Water Gauges for Steam Boilers, Isaac Storey and John Henry Storey, 349
  • Watering Pots, and Apparatus for Watering Surfaces, William Palmer, 48
  • Weapon to be used either as a Sword or as a Pistol, Edward Deane, 349
  • Weighing Grain, G. Davies, 31
  • Weighing Machines, Julius Scbonemann, 140 Weighing Ships' Anchors, Louis Letournel, 254
  • Weighting the Yarn-beam in Looms, Richard Bolton, 140
  • Weft Yarn of Carpets, John Brinson and James Crabtree, 482
  • Wellington Boots, Lockington St. Lawrence Bunn, 31
  • V caving, Alexander Whyte, 264
  • Weaving, Richard Watson, 293
  • Weaving, Jonas Craven, 386
  • Weaving, Isaac Whitesmith and William Whitesmith, 30
  • Weavings in Bobbin Net or Twist Lace Machinery, William Crofts, 254
  • Weaving Carpets, John Carter and Brook Hodgson, 44
  • Weaving Woollen Damasks, William Irving Holdsworth. 158
  • Wheels and Axle boxes, G. T. Bous6eld, 31 Wheeled Carriages, Peter Macpherson, 140 Wheels for Carriages on Railways, Lucien Arbel, 349
  • Wheels formed of Cast Metal, William Grind. ley Craig, 329
  • Whip Socket, Henry Brown and William Brown, 329
  • White as a Basis of Colour, Louis Frederic Ernest Ciceri, 482
  • Wigs and Bracelets, George Speight, 293 Wind Musical Instrument, Stanislas Jules: Count Ostrorog, 482
  • NV inding Apparatus for Hauling Ploughs, Ed. ward Hayes, 293
  • Winding Machines, and in the Bobbins Employed therein, John Horrocks, 424 Winding and Unwinding Ropes and Cables, Felton Charles Kirkman, 368
  • Winding up Watches, Joseph Glizard, 482 Winding Worsted on to Creel Bobbins of Car. pet Looms, John Everard Barton. 123 Working Windlasses, George Daniel Davis, 217
  • Alexander Amand Noel, Depin-hay.Pre. Hamon, Windmills, Augustin Train Adrivn Laugere, 293
  • Window Blinds, John George Newberry. 103 Window Sashes, Clement Lawrence %Vest, 445
  • Windows, Benjamin Sh •183
  • Wine and Brandy, Artificial. M. Ilenry,-329
  • Winnowing or Corn Dressing Machines, %Vit. Liam Sawney, 30
  • Wire, 1. Cocker, 329
  • Wire, S. Vox. 13
  • Wire Ropes, Archibald Smith, 179
  • Wood Screb.., Milking, J. '1'. Pitman. 48
  • Wool Combing, John Speight, S5
  • Working and Moulding Clay, Ernest Auguste Bourry, 6;
  • Working Steam lingine;, Thorns% Moy, 85
  • Working the Valves of Steam Hammers, J. Eastwood, 349
  • 'Working the Valves of Steam•enginet, John and henry Sharp Grantham, 1O Wrenches, David Harcourt, 346
  • Wringing Machines, William Scott Underhill. 13
  • Wrought-iron Beams, Edward Vipers, 32)
  • Wrought-iron Girders, A. V. Newton, 3$6

Abstracts of Specifications. List of Names.

  • Abbot, James, jun., Richard Handley Thomas, John Young, Roll Turner, and James Edward Hunt, Blooming iron, 465
  • Aberdein, William Charles, Fastener and Stud for Collars, 388
  • Abernethy, James, Breakwaters, 260
  • Adam, Robert, Repairing and Finishing Threads or Yarns, 291
  • Adam, William. ati.d John Stewart Temple. ton, Weaving Looped and Pile Fabrics, 218
  • Adams, John, a Minie or other Rifle-sight, 69 Adams, William Bridges, Buildings, 142
  • Adamson, Robert, and Richard Holland, Looms for ‘Veaving, s6
  • Adcock, Henry, Steam Boilers, 310
  • Adler, Elkan, Spring Bed Bottoms, 181 Adler, Elkan, and Robert Parker Abernethy, Cleaning Knives and other similar Articles, 311
  • Adler, Elkan, and Francis Barber, Cleaning Knives and other similar Articles, 311
  • Adshead, Thomas Sidebottum, and Abraham Holden, Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Materials, 255
  • Aflieck, Thomas, Pulping Coffee, 114
  • Agar, Nathan, Connecting Spindles of Lxks and Latches, 107
  • Agar, NV ilson, Hulling and Cleaning Rifle, 350
  • Aitchison, Robert Ker, Amalgamation of Pre. cious Metals, 107
  • Aitken, John, Furnaces for Melting Materials, 389
  • A iilewood, John,Hat and Umbrella Stands,427
  • Akan, Emile, Twisting and Spinning Cotton and other Fibrous Materials, 160
  • Aldebert, Isaac, Shackle for the Springs of Carriages, ISO Alden, Timothy, Setting and Distributing Printing Types, 51
  • Alderton, William Adams, Spindles for Door Locks, 407
  • Aldis, Elijah, Cramps for Flooring, 447 Alexander, Edwin Cowley, Fulminating Powder, 332
  • AllaIre, Simon Martin, Hats, Caps, and Bon. nets, 295
  • Arnie5, Nathaniel Jones, Polishing and Finishing Yarns or Threads, 255
  • Amirs, Nathaniel Jones, Polishing and Finish. ing Yarns, 131
  • Anderson, James, Gathering in the Manufacture of certain kinds of Glass, 238
  • Anderson, Jaines, Treatment of Maize or Indian Corn, 370
  • Anderson, Sir James Caleb, Locomotive and other Carriages, 255
  • Anderson, John, Protecting Floating Batteries against Projections, 32
  • Anderton, Frederick William, and Joseph Beauland, Facilitating the Consumption of Smoke, 13
  • Angiselin, Modeste, Travellers' W /Itch. 276 Antoitaiette, A linable, Artificial Flower., Antral), Augustin Leopold, %% irks of Candles and Lamps, bl/
  • Apperly, James, and William Clissold, Carding Engines and Condensers, 44/
  • Appieby, Richard, Washing Machines, 141 Armistead, Henry, Picker to be used in Power Looms fur W taring, 255
  • Armitage, William, and I lenry Lea, iron, 333
  • Armstrong. William George, Ordnance. 143 Arrowsmith. Peter Bothwell. and Robert Caunce, Carding Fibrous Materials, 484 Arthur, Gabriel, Bricks, and other Articles Of Earthenware, 332
  • Ashby, William, Water Wheels 406 406
  • Atkin, Isaac, and Marmaduke Miller. Folding Fabrics, 5u Atkin, Isaac, and Marmaduke Miller, Dividing Lace, 256
  • Aubert, Louis Desire, Securing Rails in the Chairs, 446
  • Amiens, Anthony, Moulds for Loaves of Sugar, 257
  • Austen, John, Extracting Silk, 294
  • Avery, John, Purifying Bituminous Oils, 257
  • Avery, John, Preserving Butter, 257
  • Avery, John. Washing Machine, 407
  • Avery, John, Grinding Corn, 427
  • Ayckbourn, Frederick. Stockings. 50
  • Ayles, Thomas. and Robert Andrews Ales, Ships and other Vessels Navigating on Water, 105
  • Bagshaw, John, and John Paino Harris, Medicinal Mixtures adapted for Curing Diseases In Cattle, 87
  • Bailey, Joseph Sharp, Combing Wool, 32 Bailey Julien Louis Guillaume, Winding up Clocks, 34
  • Baird, John. Planting Potatoes. 69
  • Baker, Charles Henry. Signal Alarum. 275 Baker David, Paper, 52
  • Baker, D., Compounds of Alumina and Mag; nesia, 162
  • Baldwin, Thomas, Indicators for Registering Pressure, 369
  • Balestrina, Pier Alberto, Electric Telegraphs, 106
  • Ball, Henry, Repeating and other Fire-Arms. 370
  • Ball, Thomas, Warp Fabrics suitable for the Manufacture of Gloves. 218
  • Ball. T.. Portable Oven. 182
  • Ball, T., and John Wilkins. Looped Fabrics, 69 Banks. John, Life Preserver, adapted also to the Preservation of Property, 21$
  • Banks, William, and John Banks, Washing Textile Fabrics, 256
  • Bannister, Joseph James, ‘Vatch and Pro.. perty Protector Pocket, 181
  • Baranowski, Jean Joseph, Signalling upon Railways. 265
  • Barber, Harby, Knitting Machinery, 160 Barber, John, Compound Printing Mandrils, 219
  • Barcroft, Barnard, Dyeing and Printing, 370 . a. den. James Smith, Aaron Watkins Rockw. od. Holmes 1 linkiey, and Daniel Franklin Child, Hydraulic Engines, 408
  • Bard t u, Jean Louis Frederick, Ornamentation, 237
  • Barker, James, Propeller for Ships, 3G9 Barker, Stephen, Steel, 313
  • Barlow Charles, Co' nsiiminz the Smoke and Gases of Furnaces, and Furnishing a Hot Air Blast, 310
  • Barlow, ‘Vm. Henry,' and Henry Woodhouse. P,rmanent Way of Railways, 104
  • Barlcm, W., H. and William Hemingway Mil is, Pi', I:1 anent NV ay of Railways, .106 Barlow, W. IL, and J.kinos Samuel, last-Iron Sleepers for Railways, 218
  • Barnes, Charles Richard, Hulling Grain, 331 Barnes. Edward F., Telegraphic instruments called " Einbossine Telegraphs, 371
  • Barnett, George, Fasteners for Parts of Garments, 181
  • Barnett, Louis. Garments, 351
  • Barraclutigh, James Samson, Grinding Dye-wares, S1
  • Bar'anti, Eugene, and Felix Matteucci, Motive Po%ser from Gases. 443
  • Barsham, John, Mats or Fabrics used for Packing, 86
  • Bartcau, Pierre Alexandre, Gabriel Guy, and Charles Corroy, Artificial Stone. 370 Bartholomew, Charles, and John Heptinstall, Rolling Tuyeres and Hoop. for Wheels, -11J6 Bartholomew, George, Tanners' and Cornets'
  • Knives, 339
  • Barton, Luke, and Elwin Stanley Brooks, Knitted Fabrics, 237
  • Batchelor, Henry, Steam Boilers, 13 Baudouin, Felix Nbrie, Conductorsof Electric Telegraphs, 311
  • Bauwens, Felix Lleven, Distilling Fatty Matters, 162
  • Bay!I%, Charles, Roads and Ways, particular' y applicable to Populous Cities and Crowded Thoroughfares. 236
  • Beaver, Louis, Propelling Vessels, 32 Beaume'nil, Pierre Victor, and Charles Erhard, NVheels for Railway and other Carriages, 310
  • Beaumont, Edward 131ackett, Lamps and Apparatus used in Coal Mines, 312
  • Becker, Johann Philippe, Silvering Animal, Vegetable, and Mineral Objects, 408 Bedson, George, Coating and insulating Wire, 88
  • Bedson, G., Coating Iron and other Metal. 108
  • Belson. (., Coating Metal with Metal and Metallic Compounsts, 162
  • Beech, John, and John Williams, Securing the Rails of Itailwas in their Chairs. 310 Beech, NVilliain. Generating and Applyipg Nlotive Power. 427)
  • Belton. Jean Baptiste. Mordants, 3.48
  • Belshaw, Joseph, Knit Fabrics. 370
  • Bennett, John, Joint fir Fishing Rode, &c., I S2
  • Bennett, Richard, Papering Needles, 409 Benoist, Jean Jaques < onstant, Applying Marks on Paper for Postal l'urposes, 312 Berger, Emmanuel, and Jules Edouard Matile, Beatirg and Brushing Carpets, 256 Bernard, Julian, Fastenings for Unitmg Wood and other Materials, 161
  • Bernard. J.. Boots and Shoes or other Cover. ings the Feet, 113
  • Besse, Levi, Trucks for Locomotive Engines 3)I6
  • Bersemer. Henry, Iron and Steel, 108
  • Best, Robert. Illumination, 161
  • Bethune, Donald, Consuming Smoke in Cbirn•
  • ne)s and Furnaces, 310
  • Bethune. 1) Presenting Smoke in Furnaces, 461
  • Beiteley. Joseph. Lifting and Working Anchors, It°
  • Bickford, John, Cutting Gutters for irrigating Land, 465
  • Bieletield, Chaska Frederick, Repairing the Siiriaces of Fibrous and Cementing Mate. nal.. 333
  • J..1ian, Furnaces and other Fireplaces, 369
  • Billing, Martin, Metallic Cornice Ends, 332
  • Binkr, Christopher. Obtaining certain Corn. pounds of Cyanogen. 52
  • Bioko. C., Treating Ore, Hiram, Benjamin, Machine for Washing Coal and other Minerals, bi Bird, John, Window Ileads and Sill., Lintels, and other similar Parts of Buildings. 10)
  • Birkby William Beevere, flax and other Fibrous Substances, 14
  • Bitkine Richard. jun., and Thomas Isaac Bir. kin, Figured lace, 310
  • Bt.hop, Albert Demerit, Windlasses, 369
  • Blackburn, Bewsck• :no Blackburn, Isaac. anti Ito .rut Bliekburn„ Engines to he employed in AI:mulcts' ee 112 Blakeley, Alexander Theophilw, Ordnance, 181
  • Blacklidge. William, jun., and George Read, Churns. 417
  • Blanc, Julien, Bread and biscuits, 24.0
  • Blandy Alfred A., Moulding the Plates or Bases of Artificial Teeth, 407
  • Blittkowt-ki. Gustav Adolph, Breech Loading Firearms, 69
  • Blumberg, Victor, Billiard Tables, 4S5
  • Blien, William, Flushing Water-closets and Urinals, 237. Budiuer, Rudolph, Steering Ships, 218
  • Boimer, it., Safety Valves for Steam Boilers, 350
  • Bodmer, R., Winding and Doubling Fibrous Substances, 331
  • Bonney, William Wolfe, substituted for, Argol, and Tartaric Acid, 42S Booth, John Peter, Stuffing for Beds, Couches, 6:c., 398
  • Borrow, William Geddes, closing Bottles, and other Receptacles, 410
  • Bottomley, Joseph, Christopher Hodson, and William Fielden, Mules for Spinning, 370 Bougleux, Henry, Steam Boilers, 68
  • Bourdier, Charles Alexis, and Victor Masso. Ion, Motive Power, 180
  • Bourne, John, Generation and Application of Motive Power, 293
  • Bourne, J., Steam Train for Navigating Shallow Rivers, 49. It 5
  • Bousfielrt, George Tomlinson, Pulverising Clay, 408
  • Bousfield, (.. 1'., Coating Iron or other Metals with lin, 126
  • Boustield. ti. T., Lamps adapted for Burning Resin Oil, 143
  • Boustield, G. T., Sewing Machines, 106 Bousfield, G. '1'., Treating India Rubber and (;utter l'ercha, 313
  • Bousfli ld, G. T., Looms for Weaving, 14 Boustield, G. T., Compressing Clay applicable to the Manufacture of Bricks, &c., 257 Botigield, G. T., Wheels and Axle Boxes, 04 13olivert. Juan Jacques, and Francoise Isidore Jean Pawed, Smoke Consuming Apparatus, 310
  • Bowcock, Elias, Cords to be used in Skirts and Petticoats, 143
  • Bowden, Thomas, Discharging the Water resulting from the Condensing of Steam, used in Apparatus heated by S:eam, 237
  • powditch, William Renwick, Varnish for Water Colours, sc., 51
  • Bower, A., Keels of Navigable Vessels, 86 Bower, George, Gus, 218
  • Bo • er, Joseph, Treating Animal Matters for Manure, 33
  • Buwer, Leonard, Bolts, Rivets, Spikes, ScrewWanks, Nuts fur Screws, and Washers, 107 Bowley, Robert Kanzow, Boots and other simi:ar Coverings for the Feet, 332
  • Box, NVilliani Henry, Fishhook, 313
  • Boyle, Thomas, Outside Reflecting Lanterns, 117
  • Bradiey, Henry, and Elmit Wray, Beaters used in Threshing NIachines, 237
  • Bradley, Richard, and NVilliam Craven, Bricks and Tiles, 427
  • Bradshaw, William Frederick Taylor, Palette and other like Knives, 257
  • Braithwaite, Frederick, Extracting Iron from Tin Ores, 52
  • Brandtm, 1.a% ie Hunter, Fastenings for Shut. tees, NA... 332
  • Braun, Lotii, Caps and such like Articles, 45 Bra. William. '1 rdciion Engines, 49
  • Brazil, Claranee, and W illiam Nicholas Crum-mack, Looms for Weaving, 111
  • Brethon, Louis Julien, Draining Pipes, &c., 86
  • Bridges, Henry, Buffing, Bearing, and Draw Springs, and Buffer Cases ior Railway Purposes, 236
  • Bridgwoud, Jesse, Connecting Pipes to the Basins of Water-closets and Washhand Basins, 142
  • Briefly, Henry, Spinning, 311
  • Briggs, Jesse, Looms for Wealking, 198 BrIzg,, Thomas, and John Starkey, Washing, Wringing, and Mangling, 428
  • Bright, Charles Tilston, Chirles Do Ilergue,Laying Submarine Telegrapheablei, 333, Broad, James, Application of Papier Machd, 217
  • Brooks, Edgar, Fire-arms, 322
  • Brooks, E., Gun Barrels, 465
  • Brooman, RiehardArchibald,Knitting Frames, 68
  • Brooman, B. A., Coating Metals with Zinc, 258
  • Brooman, R. A., Bolts and Rivets, 313 Brooman, R. .A ., Pumps, 485
  • Brorsman, R. A , Winding and Doubling Fibrous Materials, 68
  • Broomall, It. A., Portable Buildings, 50 Brooman, R. A., Projectile, 256
  • Brooman, It. A., Motive Povier, 141
  • Broomall, It. A., Lubricating Compositions, 107
  • Brooman, R. A., Sulphate of Soda, 220 Brooman, It. A., Preparing Fibrous Mate. rials, 112
  • Broomall, It. A., Steam Digging Apparatus, 181
  • Broornan, R. A., Locks of Fire-arms, 143 BroomAn, R. A., Splitting Leather, 253 Broom!), It. A., Constructing and Heating Buildings, 199
  • Broomall, It. A.. Steam Windlass and Boiler, 291
  • Broomall, R. A., F1re.places, 217
  • Brooman, It. A., a Protective MattIng for Sheltering Plants and other Vegetable Productions, 125
  • Brooman, 11. A., Preparation of Woollen Hats, Bonnets, and Bodies for Hats and Bonnets, 125
  • Brooman, R. A., Galvanic Batteries, 70 Brooman, R. A., Petticoats on Circular Looms, 106
  • Brooman, it. A., Oil for Lighting, and in Lamp Glasses, 106
  • Brooman, It. A., Lubricating and Preventinz the Beating of Axles in Railway Engines and Carriages, 105
  • Brooman, It. A., Rotary Steam Engines, 68 Broornan, It. A , Measuring thu Capacity and Contents of Casks, &c., 162
  • Brooman, It. A , Steam Engine, Ci8
  • Brooman, It. A., Treating Pile rubrics, 33 Brooman, It. A., Maintaining the ‘1' ater Level in Boilere, 217. Brooman, R. A., Propelling Ships, Boats, and other Vessels, 8t, Brooman, It. A., Under Skirts or Petticoats, 181
  • Brooman, It. A., Sawing Machinery, 51 Brooman, It. A., Treating and Bleaching Fibrous Vegetable Substances, 313
  • Brooman, R. A., Elevating Water and other Liquids, 126
  • Brooman, It. A., Locomotives, 33G Brooman, It. A., Earthenware and other Ceramic Materials, 51
  • Brooman, It. A., Lifting Jacks, 51
  • Brooman, R. A , tiasburners, 465
  • Brooman, R. A., Distilling, .185
  • Brooman, it. A., Oil Cans, 428
  • Broomall, ". A , Furnaces, 461
  • Broom... , It A., Disinfecting Alcohol, 333 Brooman, K A., Driving the Spindles of spinning Frames, 250
  • Broornan, It. A., Distilling and Rectification of Spirits, '633
  • Broom-+n A., Mixing, Pressing, and Mould. ing, 333
  • Brooman, It. A., Refining Sugar, 448
  • Brown, Henry, Material resembling Ivory, 4.18 Brown, James, Preparing Paper to enable it to receive au Impression from au Engraved Block, 219
  • Brown, John, Ships' Yards, 32
  • Brown, J., Prevention of Steam Boiler Explosion', 464
  • Brown, Thomas, Capstans, 218
  • Brown, T., and George Parry, Iron, 162 Brown, William, Preparing Tapes for the Market, 2'48
  • Brown, William Henry, Coffins, 126
  • Brunel, Bonnet Frederick, Raising Sunken Vessels, 330
  • Bruton, Charles, sen., Charles Bruton, jun., Francis James Bruton, and Samuel Rogers Bruton, Azure Blue for Domestic Purposas, 219
  • Bullock, Thomas, Water-Closets, 44T Bunker, Charles J., Life Preserver, 332 Burdon, Joseph Augustus, Producing Expansion in Motive-power Engines, 483 Burke. Michael, Anchors, 13
  • Burke, M., Mariner's Compasses, 13
  • Burrell, James, Portable Steam.engines for Agricultural Purpobes, 311
  • Burrow, Rev. James, Coating Wrought Iron, 389
  • Burrows. James, Steam Engines, 141
  • Burslem, William, and John Burslem, Pickers, 160
  • Burton, John Watson. and George Pye, Press ing and Crushing Fibrous Suliatances, 447 Burton, Thomas. and Simeon Lord, Self-acting Steam 1'ipe Regulator, 3S0
  • Burton, William Samuel, Rollers or Cylinders for Printing Fabrics, 294
  • Busson, Claude Antoine, Rotary Engines, 4e6 Bu32tler, Augustus Frederick, Pulping Coffee, Cadiat, Joseph Nicholas Victor, Application of Centrifugal Force in Purifying Minerals, 102 Caddick, James, Thomas 'lemmings, and David Caddick, Puddling and Balling Furnaces. 388
  • Calbaud, Jean Marie Leonidas, Removing the Fur from Skins, 334
  • Calvert, Francis Alton, Ginning and Cleaning and Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Materials, 236
  • Calhcrt, Frederick Crace, StiffeninsT, Sizeing, or otherwise Preparing Textile Fabrics. 105 Cambridge, William Colborne, Winnowing Corn and Separating Seeds, 387
  • Cambridge, %V. C.. Chain Harrows, 350 Carmel, Charles, Axles, 369
  • Campbell, Samuel, Preserving Vegetable Substances, 276
  • Campin, Frederick, Certain Textile Fabrics, 49 124
  • Carbonino, bole Celestine, Nose Bags, 428 Carlemen, Carl Gustaf, Submerged Propellers, 483
  • Carnaby, John, Registering Index for Meters, 427
  • Carr, John, Hackling Fibrous Sub%tances, 426 Carron, W illiam, Nail, Spike, or Bolt, 4b5 Carruthers, John Anderton, Forming the Lease in Size inn or Wearm;, 69
  • C:irter, David, Cleansing the %%Taste Woollen from such Waste Substances, 447
  • Cartwriebt, Henry, Application and Mode of Working Eccentrics on Steam-Engines, 141 Carwood. William, Steam- Engines, 14
  • Cassaignes, Victor, Metallic Pens and Penholders, 220
  • Cassels. Robert. and Thomas Morton, Iron, 296 Cater, Henry, Steam Boilers, 104
  • Cato. Peter, and Joseph Betteley, Masts, Yards, and Spars. 160
  • Cavanna, (icrulamo, Obtaining Motive Power, 350
  • Cauville, Adolphe Louis, Shoes and Boots, 3111
  • Cawood, John, James Beeson, William Smith, and Richard Henchicy, Valves of Steam-Engines, 14
  • Chadwick, David, and Herbert Frost, Measuring Liquids and Ga., applicable also to the Purpose of Obtaining Motive Power, 389
  • Chamberlain, Amos l'ierce, Cutting Corks, 408
  • Chamberlain, Henry, jun., Paving or Covering the surfaces of Roads, IU5
  • Chamberlin, Henry, jun., Ploughing or Cultivating Land, 105
  • ChamberN, Austin, and William Harrison Champion, Railway Brakes, 141
  • Chanter, John, and Das id Annan, Furnaces %%hen Moveable Fire-bars are used, 330 Chappeilpotts, George, Cleaning Casks, 162 Chapuis, t'ierre Benoit, Ribbons, 4s4
  • Chastagnon, Marius, Tuyeres for Blast Furnaces, 296
  • Chatel, Charles, Blinds, Screens, and Reflectors, 38S Chaucer, John, and John Wakefield, Boxes or Furnaces of Locomotive Engine Boilers, 85 Cli2 edgey, John, Mangling, or Pressing Goods, 77
  • Cheetham, David, Steam and other Boilers, S5
  • Cheetham, D., Preparing, Spinning, and Reel. ing Cotton, ac., 160
  • Cheethain, James Kinder, and Thomas Southworth, Sluing Yarn, '236
  • Chiboall, James Russell, Consuming Smoke, 123
  • Childs, William, jun.. Expansible Boxes, 312
  • Chowen, George, Preventing further Casualties on the Goodwin Sands, 161
  • Chrimes, Richard, Regulating the Pressure of 87
  • Christie, Hector, Finishing Threads and Yarns, 160
  • Clark, Arthur, Signal Lamps, 105
  • Clark, I.:di% in, Floating Docks, 107
  • Clark, E., Raising Ships out of the Water for the Purpose of Examination and Repair, 107
  • Clark, Henry, Rotary Engines, 461
  • Clair, Joseph Etienne Marie Jean, Propelling. 464
  • Clark, Josiah Latimer, Lighting Coal Mines, 312
  • Clark, William, Sheet Glass, 200
  • Clark, W., Midway Chairs, 160
  • Clark, W., Silk, .117
  • Clark, W., Air and Waterproof Coatings, 50
  • Clark, \V., Preparation of Murexide, 465
  • Clark, \V., Indicating the Pressure of Steam, 31u Clark, \V., Embroidering, 384
  • Clark, William Steitinius, Grating Substances, 182
  • Clark, W. S., and Benjamin Moore, Churns for Producing Butter. 447
  • Clark, W. S., Artificial lcei, 485
  • Cl965ark, W. S., Cleaning and Polishing Knives, Clark, W. S., Copying Presses, 985
  • Clark, W. S., Printing Presses, 485
  • Clark, William Thomas, Metallic Spring Mattress, 295
  • Clarke, George Miller, Moulded Candles, 16
  • Clarke, Samuel, Candles and Night Lights, 313
  • Claus, Frederick Charles, Obtaining Tin from the Scraps of 'finned Sheet Iron, 53
  • Clay, Portable Printing Iiistruments,51
  • (;lay, W illium, Iror, and Steel, 371
  • Clayton, Thos., Ornarnent.ng and Embossing \% ood, Leather, &c., 20'i Cochrane, Charles, Heating of the Blast for Blast Furnaces, .111, 141
  • Cochrane, John Richard, Ornamental Fabrics, 406
  • Cocker, Jame4, Wire, &c., 182
  • Codet.Negrier, Jean Leonard, Boots,;Shoes, Harness, &e., 465
  • Cogan, Henry, Adjustable Connexion applicable to Agricultural Implements, 447 Colborne, Williams Portable Railway, 13
  • Cole. James Edward, Rig, and in Working the Sails of Square Sail Vessels. 255
  • Colladon, Daniel. Boring and Cutting Stone, Earth, and other like Substances. and for Ventilating the Places where such Machinery is employed, 371
  • Collier, George. Piled Fabrics, 14
  • Collier, George, Preparing Printed Yarns for Manufacture into Fabrics. 484
  • Collins. John. Furnaces and Flues, 369 Collins, William Henry, Attaching Knobs to Spindle*. 276
  • Collyer, Robert Hanham, Cleaning and Puri. tying Wheat and Grain, 276
  • Combe. John, Power Looms, 181
  • Constance, Francois, Casting and Finishing Types and Vignettes used for Printing, 108 Coolant. Alphonse, !Forging and Rolling Iron Wheels for Railways, 426
  • Cook, Charles, Generating Draughts in Chimneys. 69
  • Cook, Edward, and James Stokes. Metallic Bedsteads. 2:sti Cook, James Edgar. Prevention of the Decay of Ships' Bottoms, 946
  • Cooke. Joseph, and %% illiam Cooke, Rotary Machine, 104
  • Cooke, Thomas, Ventilator for Omnibuses. and Apparatus for Actuating the same, 105 Cooke, John Tertius, Knobs. Roses, and Es. cutcheons used for Doors, 370
  • Cooke, William, Ventilating, 161
  • Cooley. Robert Barlow, Knitted Fabrics, 160 Cooper. James Davies, Engraved Surfaces for Surace Printing, 257
  • Cooper, Daniel, Thomas Wood Heaton, and Thomas Lee Langshaw, Ventilation, 125 Cooper, George Pate, Shirt Collars, G9
  • Corms, Auguste Fournier des. Lamps, 15 Comes, John, Chaff.cuttiog Machines. 14 Cornides, Louis, Gelatine and Glue, 46:, Cory, William, jun., Coke. 389
  • Colima, Louis le Chevalier, Stable Fittings, 405
  • Cotterill, Edwin, Preventing the Picking of Ordinary Locks, 428
  • Coulon. Pascal Florentin, Velveting Paper and Textile Fabrics, 465
  • Coureng, Henry Felix, Paper, 333
  • Coutts, John, Uniting Metallic Substances, 339
  • Coward, Richard Atkinson. Screws or Submerged Propellers, 218
  • Cowhurn, Thomas, Jonathan Preston, and Jeremiah Shetlock, Regulating and Indicating the Pressure of Steam, &c., 141 Cowper, Charles. Electro Plating, 15
  • Cowper C., Preparing Solutions and Extracts of the Colouring Matter of Madder for Dyeing, 448
  • Cow per. C., Electro Plating and Depositing tetals, 371
  • Cowper, C., Making Drains, 161
  • Cowper, C., Artificial Leather, 238
  • Cowper, C., Shot and Shells for Rifled Ordnance. 276
  • Cowper, Edward Alfred, Furnaces for Heating Air, 448
  • Cox, Nathaniel, Railways, 447
  • Cox. Richard Reeves. Artificial Fuel, 51 Craddock, Thomas, Steam Engine and the Steam Boiler, 350
  • Craddock, T.. Steam Engines and Steam Boilers, 203
  • Cranstoun, George Cranstoun Trotter. George Young, and John Lovell, Generating Steam, 104
  • Crawford, George, Pianofortes. 427
  • Crawford, John, Heating and Cooking Apparatus, 3S7
  • Craw Icy, John, sen., Collars and Wristbands, 161
  • Crepswell, George Henry, Supplying Ink for Stamps, 448
  • Creswell, Randall, Grease Boxes for Axles, 485
  • Creswell, It., Carpets. NVearing Apparel, Sm., 484
  • Crickmay, Charles, Breech.loading guns and pistols, 142
  • Crigliton, William, and Peter Foxcroft, Preparing Fibrous Substances, 331
  • Croll, Alexander Angus. Coat Gas, 50
  • Cr4ompton, Henry, Stretching Woven Fabrics, 81
  • Crook, James, Looms for Weaving. 160 Crook, John Rowland, Hat Tips applicablo to to Hat Boxes, 181
  • Crook, Samuel Thomas, Articles of Iron, 331
  • Crooker, Matthew Augustus. Paddle ‘1' 255
  • Crosland, James Stead, Locomotive and other Steam Engines, 101
  • Crossley, John, Grinding and Smoothing Glass. 485
  • Crossley. J., Smoothing Glass, 312
  • Cruikshank. John, Rolling Iron and Steel Wire. 182
  • Cudworth. James Janson, Locomotive Boiler Furnaces, 273
  • Cumine, James Andrew, and Colin Hunter, Etectro-magnetic Engines and Batteries, 2!9
  • Cunningham, Henry Duncan Preston, Sails, 198
  • Curtls,William Joseph.Facilitating Passengers Ascending and Descending from the Roofs of Omnibuses, 369
  • Curtis, W. J., Railway Axle-tree Boxes, GS Dandraut, Achille Constantine, Preserving Organised Animal and Vegetable Matters, 62
  • Dangerfield, John, Chains, 126
  • Dan Leeming. Charles Crossley, and John Crossley. Heating, and in Taps to be employed, 182
  • Dance, George, Pierre Fortune Victor Mouil-lard. and Pierre Adrien Mercier, Heating by Gm, 218
  • Daore, George, Pierre Fortune Victor Mona-lard, and Pierre Adrien Mercier, Carbonic. Ang Substances for the Production of Gas, 38 Darby, Charles Edward, Gases generated in Blast Furnaces. 409
  • Davenport, Thomas William, and Samuel Cole,Ornamenting Articles in Papier Mach6 and Charcoal, 200
  • Davis, George. Name Plate. 33
  • Davies, Charles David, Substitute for Hair, 485
  • Davies, David, Steps for Carriages. 198
  • Davies. George. el(-inking Stamp for Printing Cards, Labels, 257
  • Davies, G., Laying Underground Telegraph Wires, 351
  • Davies, John, Rollers or Cylinders to be employed for Printing, 387
  • Davy, Joseph, and William Bentiy, Looms for Weaving Fibrous Substances, 370 Dawson, Alfred, Wrought Iron Cocks Suitable for Water, Steam. or Gas, 386
  • Day. John Rock. and Joseph Lester I-links, Attaching Knobs and Handles, 86
  • Day. IN ilham Charles, Portmanteaus, 256 Arcet. Jean Eugene Distilling and Recti-()log Tar and otherMatters, 312
  • De Bergue, Charles, Laying the Permanent W ay of Railways, 159
  • De Bergue, Marine Steam Engines. 160
  • Uo Biaquiere, Witham Barnard, Connecting the Ends of Cables, 485
  • De hussy, Charles, the Reduction of Zinc Ores, 143
  • De Fermini, Gustave Perez, Artificial Hands, 107
  • De Granville, Jean Louis, Celestin le Fran. cols, Heating Apparatus, 80
  • Do Keyser,Polydore. Preventing Horses from Slipping. 369
  • De Lavigerie, Pierre Ernest Lanaud, Corn. Porters, Scarfs, and other like Coverings for the Neck, 125
  • De DIarcescheau, Armand Jean Baptiste Louis, Motion to Propelling Apparatus, 49
  • De Schuttenbach, Anton, Preparing Fatty Matters, 485
  • Do Zeng, Henry Lawrence, Marine and Fog Signals for Reefs, 233
  • Dean, Thomas, Looms, 255
  • Deane, Henry Daniel, Paddle Boards, 330 Deardeo, Henry, Power Looms for Weaving. 310
  • Decle, Antoine, and Francois Alexandre Drault, Bracelets, 143
  • Deeley, George, Preventing Explosion of Steam Boilers, 464
  • Deeley, William Clarke, Reducing Copper Ores, 61
  • Degrand, Louis Emile Ossian, LenUcular Glasses for Lighting and Reflecting. 219 Dehaynin, Felix, Moulding Artificial Fuel, &c., 51
  • Delon, Alexander, Buttons. 295
  • Delsarte, Francois Alexandre Nico1sQ, and Elisee Valin, Pianos and other Stringed Musical Instruments, 106
  • Denham, Simeon, Delivery of Postage and Receipt Stamps, 257
  • Dennett„ Charles Colton„ Floors and Ceilings of Buildings, 237
  • Dennison, John, and Henry Hint. Looms for Weaving, 86
  • Deplanque, Louis Etienne, Composition for Sharpening and Setting Fine Edged Cutting Instruments, 312
  • Dering. George Edward, Lighting and Warming Trains of Railway, Carriages, 105 Derriey, Joseph Jules, Lozenge., or Pastilles of Pasty Materials, 257
  • Desborough, Spendlove. Scaled Flaps of Envelopes and Letter Paper, 408
  • Desrues. Paul, Purifying Gas, 70
  • Dethier.Theodore, Knife Cleaner. 141
  • Desvignes, Peter Herbert, Preparing Flax, Hemp. &c., 142
  • Devincenzi, Guiseppe. Producing Figures and Designs upon Plates for Printing from, 219
  • Dick, James Robertson, Window Sashes. 258
  • Doelling, George Leonard, Screw Threads, 126
  • Dolby, Henry, and Edwin Thomas Dolby. Pnnting several Colours in Succession on the same Surface, 295
  • Doleans, Louis Charles. Ornamenting Porcelain, 81c., by Chromo-Lithographic Printing, 409
  • Donny, Francois, Lamps, 33
  • Draper, John, Grating and Crushing Salt and Sugar, 16
  • Draper, Samuel, Retarding and Stopping Carriages on Railways, 198
  • Dray, William. Ploughs, 125
  • Drukker. Meyer, Indicating the Passage of Time, 466
  • Dubois, Julien Charles, Castors. 407
  • Dudebout. Jean Francois, Looms for Weaving, 124
  • Duhamel, Hippolite, jun.. Glass, 351
  • Dumarche, Francois Frederic, Samuel Levy, and Joseph Meyer, Wheels and Axles for Common Road Carriages, 68
  • Dunbar. Alexander Arthur. Lifting and Disengaging Ships' Boats, 68
  • Dunnett, Matthew, Embroidering, 388
  • Duplais, Joseph Hyppol)te, Felt Hats, 418 Durant, Anguish Honour Augustus, Omnibuses, 294
  • Durant, A. H. A., Ascertaining and Indicating the Number of, and Distance Travelled by, Passengers in Public Carriages, and the Fares Paid, 193
  • Du)ck, James Edward, Treating Cotton Seed in order to Extract Colour from the Oil obtained therefrom, 2S7
  • Dyer, Samuel, Ships' Fittings, such as Mast Hoops, Jib Hanks, and Jib and other Travellers, 105
  • Dyer, S.. Ships' Windlasses. 160
  • Dyson. George Walter, Tilting Iron and Steel, 238
  • Eraly, George Douglass, and John William Edmonds, Producing Glass Designs, Figures. and Patterns, 296
  • Earnshaw, John, jun., Toothed Coverings of Rag Machine Cylinders, 485
  • Easterbrook, John, and Robert Francis Drury, Drilling and Boring, 408
  • Ecroyd, William Farrar, Jonathan Heyworth. and George Scary, LOOMS for 1Veaving, 32 Eddington. Alfred, Ploughing, Tilling, and Draining Land, 350
  • Edridge, John, Hair Pins, &c., 33
  • Edridge, J., Safety Pins for Ladies' Dress, 67 Edwards, David Owen, Ventilating and Re. moving the Products of Combustion of Fuel, 199
  • Edwards, Edmund. and Edward Beadier, Washing or Cleansing Mineral and other Substances, 314
  • Edwards. Edward. Chains for Cables and other Purposes, ISO Edwards, Joseph Slatterle, Preparation and Novel Application of a certain Foreign Fruit as an Article of Food. 220
  • Edwards, Thomas, and Daniel Rowley, Rolling Taper Bars, 107'
  • Effertz. Peter, Making Bricks, 447
  • Eisteben. Julius Frederick Philipp Ludwig Von Sparre, Separating Substances of Different Specific Gravities. 448
  • Elce,lohn, and Samuel liartley, Moulding,16, 200
  • Elce, J., and John Hewitt, Mules for Spinning, 124
  • Eley, Edward, Pipes for Heating Purposes, 428 Elliott. John, Rivets, Bolts, Spikes, &c., 61 Ellis, Joseph, Artificial Stone, 427
  • Ellis, Thomas, India-Rubber and Gutta-Percha, 143
  • Ellis, Witham lrlam, Steam Engines, 446 Emery, Richard. Agricultural Implemelits. 14 England, Joseph, Washing and Wringing NVoven Fabrics, 311
  • Engledue, John Ralph, and 'William Cullis, Ventilator*, 426
  • Engstrom, Carl Christian, Projectiles for Rifle Guns and Mortars, 67
  • Ermen, Godfrey, and Francis Spencer, Bands, or Bolts for Driving Machinery, 198
  • Eskholme, Geotge, and Henry Wilkes. Preventing Waste of Water from Service Pipes, 87
  • Eskholme, O., and 11. Wilkes, Ball or other Cocks, 103
  • Evans, John Campbell, Railway Rolling Stock, 275
  • Fairbairn, Peter, and Thomas Marsden, Heck. ling Fibrous Materials, 370
  • Farrar, James, Regulating the Pressure and Flow of Gas. 125
  • Faulkner, Samuel, Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Substances, 237
  • Fay, C.. Railway Carriages and Brakes, 31 Fetus, Joseph, Oil Cans, 162
  • Fenton, James, Connecting the Feed Pipes of Locomotive Engines and Tenders, 1.0 Ferro, Francesco. Paper from a Vegetable, 52 Field, James Richard, Julius Goodman and Louis Goodman, Trousers. 199
  • Fielding, Joseph, Steam Pipes or Cylinders used for Heating and Drying, 200
  • Fielding, J., Steam Pipes for Heating and Drying, 428
  • Finch, Edward, Railway BrAke!. 294 Findlater, William, and William Keetley, Carriages, 218
  • Firth. Josiah, and Joseph Crabtree, Power Looms, 160
  • Fitton. Frederick Alexander, Preparing and Doubling Fibrous Substances. 237
  • Fitton, Richard. and Samuel Hall, Spinning Fibrous Substances, 387
  • Fitzgibbon, Abraham. Rails for Railways, 406 Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Comte de. Producing Expansion in Power Engines, 464 Fontaluemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Preservation of Alimentary Subltances, 387 Fontainemoreau' P. A. le Comte de, Consum. ing Furnaces. +16
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Window Shutters, 199
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Float;
  • ing Submerged Bodies. 464 Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Motive Power, 350
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Railway Signal Apparatus, 13
  • Fontalnemoreau, P. A. to Comte de. Moving and Transporting Heavy Bodies, 334 Fontainemoreau. P. A. le Comte de, FireArms and Bullets, 106
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Hydraulic Motor, 406
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. to Comte de, Separating Calcareous Rocks, 465 Fontainemoreau. P. A. le Comte de, Finger and other Rings, 199
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Motive Power, 13
  • Footman, William, Burners and Shades Reflectors, 182
  • Ford. Henry William, Facilitating the Draught and Locomotion of Carriages. 426
  • Forrest, Alexander, Belt or Band Fastenings. 161
  • Forsyth. Georgc.Steam Cooking Apparatus,258 Forsyth, Thomas, Locomotive and othei Steam Engines, 68
  • Forte:cue, John. Furnaces of Bakers' Ovens for the Purpose of Consuming Smoke, 125 Fortune, Nicholas, Knife Handles, 87
  • Foster, William, Petticoats, 15
  • Foster. W ., Worsted and Woollen Yarn, 465 Fouche, Victor, Paper from Bass or Bast, 219 Foucher, Louis Leon, Type, 200 Foulkes:Abel, Gloves, 448
  • Fournier. Benoit Amedee, Preventing Acci. dents by Collision, 331
  • Fowler, David Hamilton, Steam Boilers. 85 Fowlef.John, jun., Robert Burionsand Thomas Clarke. Arrangement to Facilitate the Movement of Locomotive Cairiages on Common Roads. 483
  • Fox John, Music Scale and Musical lnstru. menu, 388
  • Fox, Samuel, Hardening and Tempering Steel Wire, and in Straightening Wire. Fox, S. Flat Steel Wire, 485
  • Fox, William, Steel Pens, 485
  • Fox; John, Music Scale. 258
  • Francis, Aliked,Fastening Shutters and Doors, 311
  • Frawcis Henry, Ploughing and Working Land, 276
  • Francis, John Henry. and Robert Ord, Cleaning Casks. 409
  • Freeby, Thomas Wright Gardener, Syphons, 371
  • Fulton, Hamilton Henry, and Thomas Bodley Etty. Propelling, Driving, Sec., 169
  • Gale, William Sullivan, Rendering the Joints of Engines or other Machinery Steam or Fluid-tight, 29$
  • Galion, Robert Cameron, Giving Alarm to the Inmates of Dwelling Houses in Cases of Burglary. 87
  • Gandini, OdoardO. Indicating Target, 161 Garaud, Florentine, Transmitting Motion, and Means of Stopping It immediately, 141 Garnett, John, Corsets, 370
  • Gatti7, Agostino, A rtidcial Flowers and Fruits, 40
  • Geajola, Charles Emile, Moderator Lamps, 266
  • Gedge. 'John, Gas Retorts in the Furnaces of Steam-engines. 104
  • Georges, Edouard Vincent Jules Laurent, Preserving Animal Substances for Food, 52 Geyelin, George Kennedy. Oscillating Spring Laths for Beds, 388
  • Giandonati, Rafaello Louis, Over Shoes, 15 Gibbs, Joseph, Extracting Gold and Silver from their Matrices, b7
  • Gibson, Robert, Signalling on Railways, 32 Gilbee. William Armand, Treating Beet-root for the Manufacture of Vinegar, 51
  • Gilbee, W. A., Reeflog and Iteduciog ,Top• sails, 369
  • Gilroy. James, Applying Starch or other Semifluid Matter by.Machinery to Woven Fabrics, 142
  • Gimson, Josiah, Preventing the Explosion of Steam Boilers, 310
  • Girard, Hippolyte BenIgne, Insulating Telegraphic ‘v ires, &c., 276
  • Glaysher. Henry, Steam-engine, Boiler, and other Furnaces. 236
  • Glew, John Henry, Fastening Ladies and Gentleman's Boots and Shoes, 182
  • Glover, Joseph, and John Bold, jun., Photography as applied to Dials and Pictures, 200 Glover, W., Looms for Weaving, 275, 3S7 Godet, Auguste, Reefing Sail., 180
  • Godwin, Arnold, Fixing the Tubular Flues of Steam Boilers, 85
  • Goode, Samuel Jabez, Depositing Metallic Alio): by Electricity, 276
  • Goodfellow. Benjamin. zteam Bolters, 31 Goodman. Henry Horace. Locks, 50 Goodman, John, Holding together Letters, :cc , 182
  • Goodman, A. Niers, and L. Goodman, Caps, 70
  • Goodyear, Charles, Waterproof Boots and Shoes, 311
  • Goodyear, C., Waterproof Fabric, 310 Goodyear, C., lat•pre.erving Apparel, 332 Goodyear, C., jun., Paper Knife, 351
  • Gorse, 'William, and Samuel Pollock, Bricks, 4b5
  • Gossage, William, Sulphuric Acid, 15 Gossage, W., Soap, :171
  • Gossaxe, W , Sulphuric Acid, :.)2
  • Gomage, NV ., Sulphuric Acid, 8S Gossage, W. Soda and Potash, 219
  • Graham, John, Steering Apparatus, 294 Graham, Just ph, James Shepherd, and Thomas Whitaker, rower Looms, 142
  • Grabame, '1 homas, Inland Navigation, 446 Granger, Arthur, Safety Envelope, 312
  • Grant, William, Hurdles and Gates, 125 Grantham, Richard Boxall, John Grantham, and Henry Sharp, Graving Docks, 350 Granville, ‘‘ illiam 1 lenry Dearing. FireArms, and in the Mode of Loading the same, 351
  • Gras, Augustin, Motive Power, 6.3
  • Gratriz, John and Christopher, Looms, R6 Gray, Thomas, Separating Vegetable Fibres from Mixed Fabric, 21S GreareF, Hugh, Coupling Pipes :And Conduits, in the Machinery for Manufacturing the Hoops to be used in Connecting such Pipes, Columns, and Conduits, 257
  • Green, Daniel, Potters' Kilns, 10S Greco, Henry, Gas Stove, 16i Green, Jacob, Gas-consuming Furnaces, in the Automatic Action of the Dampers of the said Furnaces, 254
  • Green, J., Furnaces for Burning Combustible Gases under Pressure in the Manufacture of Glass, Scc , 183
  • Greenhow, Joseph Seelie, Alarum Apparatus when using Electric Currents, 371. Greenslade, William, and James Wood, Brushes especially applicable to Painters' Brushes, 162
  • Greenwood, Nathan James, Spinning Mules and Slubbing Machines, 256
  • Greg, Ronert Hyde, Henry Russell Greg, and James Hope, Finishing Yarns, 32
  • Greves, Charles, Breech Loading Guns and Pistols, 296
  • Grimson, George, Steam. Engines, 141
  • Gripper, Edward, Treatment of a Fruit or Vegetable, and in the Application thereof, 277
  • Gripper, E , Washing and Cleansing Corn, 426
  • Grist, John, Mash Tuns, 200
  • Grouse, Michael, Giving Stability to Life-Boats, 180
  • Groves, Samuel, Organs. 143
  • Grundy, Dennis, Boots, Shoes, and Clogs, 371 Gunther, Gustav Julius, Preparing Blocks and Stones for Building Purposes, 256
  • llackworth, John Wesley, Forcing and Exhausting Aeriforin Bodies and Liquids, 465 Iladdan, John Coope, Discharging Projectiles, 332
  • Haddan, J. C., Iron and Steel. 333
  • Iladdan, J. C., Smelting and Refining Iron, 333
  • Haddan, J. C., Smelting Ores, 88
  • Haddan, J. C., Marine Steam Engines, 141 Haile, John, Nails, 125
  • Hale, l'hornas, Apparatus for Heating and Ventilating a Building, 1'25
  • Hale, Thomas Frederick, Tap or Cock, 407 Hale, William, Rolling Iron anti Steel, 257 Hall, Collinson, and Thomas Charlton, Agri. cultural Engines and Implements, Hall, George Joseph, Finishing Fabrics made wholly or partly of Silk, 237
  • Hall, Henry, Throstles for Doffing the Bobbins, 255
  • Hall, Thomas Young, Steam Gauges and Water Indicators, 274'
  • Hallett, Marmaduke William, Securing Windows, &c., 160
  • Hallett, Samuel, Pianofortes, 388
  • Halsall, William, and William Hayhurst, Self-acting Temple, I Hamilton, Francis, Charles Burrell, and Jas. Boyden, Combining Ploughs with Locomotive Engines, 121
  • Hamilton, George, Treatment of Woven Fabrics, 275
  • Hamilton, James, Coating Iron and other Metals with Metallic Substances, '257 Hands, Johnson, Kilns and in Furnaces and Flues, 334
  • Hansher, James, Blacking for Polishing Boots, &c., 161
  • Hansor, James, Consuming Gas, 311 Hardacre, James, Preparing Cotton. 86 Hardey, John. Bruising and Grinding Vegetable Substances, 447
  • Harding, John, Metallic Ores, 162
  • Harding, W illiam, Pistol Holders, 965 Hardman, William, and James Dugdale, Preparing Cotton or other Fibrous Materials, 294
  • Hardstaff, George, Actuating the Brakes of Carriages used on Railways, and for Coupling. 159
  • Hargreaves, Benjamin, and Abraham Mose-dale, Looms for Weaving, 68
  • Hargreaves, William, Preparing and Combing Fibrous Substances, 124
  • Harland, John, Purifying Plastic Clay, 311 Harlow, Robert, Steam Boilers, 104
  • Harris, James, Stopping or Retarding Railway Carriages and Trains, and Machinery, &c., 105
  • Harris, J., Lock, 69
  • Harris, J., Obtaining and Transmitting Motive Power, 68
  • Harris, Joseph, Lighting Gas for Illumination, 106
  • Harris, Thomas, Horse Shoes, 330
  • Harris, T., Refrigerating or Cooling, and Regulating the Temperature in Worts and Beer, which may also be employed as Condensers in Distilling, 107
  • Harrison, Charles Weightman, Obtaining Light by Electricity, 199, 427
  • Harrison, George Alexander, Loading Fire Arms, 15
  • Harrison, John, Railway Signals, 425 Harrison, Thomas, Wooden Pill-Boxes, 333 Harrison, William Harry, Raising Water from Mines, 152
  • Hart, Saul, Raising and Forcing Water, 161 Hart, Thomas, Lamp-Glass, 447
  • Hart, William, Signal Lamps, 446
  • Hartley, William, and Thomas Hardman Farrar, Looms, 218
  • Hartley, %V ., Spinning Frames for Spinning, 32
  • Harvey, Henry, and Robert Smith, Raising Sunken Ships, 313
  • Haswell, John, Railway Carriages, SO Hawkes, Edward, Pipes for Smoking, 407 Hawks, Stephen Wright, Railway Chairs, 180 Hawk ley, George, Heating and Cooling Air, and other Fluids, 257
  • Ilayeroft, Samuel, Anchors, 86
  • Hazard, Robert, Heat Extractor, 333
  • Head, Thomas Howard, and Joseph Wright, Casting Railway Chairs, 255
  • Heald, Henry, and Arthur Heald, Pickers and Picker Checks, 142
  • Heald, H., Packing Pickers employed in Looms, 331
  • Heald, H., and Arthur Heald, Looms and in Pickers, 192
  • Neale, Edgar, and Mary Ann Ileale, Treatment of Vegetable Substances, 220
  • Heap, William, Self•acting Slide Lathes, 296 Heather, Alfred, Ferry Boats, 32
  • Hebdon, William, Testing the Strength of Woven Fabrics, Re., 367
  • Hecht, Solomon Philippe, Moulds for Tobacco Pipes, 385
  • Hedgely, Jamos, Lamps for Railway Carriages, :k6
  • Heinemann, Louis, and Arnold Heinemann, W aterproofing, 387
  • Heinke, John William, Diving Bell, 238
  • Hely, Alfred Auustus de Reginald, Burning of Gas, 371
  • Helyer, Henry Thomas, Bridges and Arched Structures, 181
  • Hemingway, Abraham, and Thomas Wheatley, slide Valves for Steam Engines, 104 Hemming, Frederick Shand, Treating Peat, and in the Application of the same to various Purposes, 295
  • Hemming, Samuel, Roofing, 256
  • Henderson, John, Plain and Figured Fabrics, 275
  • Henderson, J., 'Writing Instruments, 296 Ilendrie, Robert James, Furnaces, 425
  • Bendy, J. S., Chimney Tops or Cowls, 142 Henley, Thomas Frederick, Certain Beverages, 88
  • Henry, Jean Omer, Production of Embossed Surfaces on Wood, 51
  • Henry, Michael, Winding Weft, 407
  • Hensel, Adolphe, German Yeast from Flour, 125
  • Hensel, A., Making Compressed Yeast, 14-1 Henson, Henry Henson, Treating Animal and Vegetable Fabrics. 86
  • Heppell, George. Ventilating, 409
  • Heppell, G., Producing Signals in Railway Trains by means of Air, 49
  • Herrero, Juste, Inking and Stamping Machine 408
  • Herts, Daniel Benjamin, Stamping and Embossing, 162
  • Hesketh, William, Looms, 237
  • Hesse, David, and Max Hesse, Shirts and other Articles, 407
  • Hensman, William, Drills for Sowing Seeds and Depositing Manure. 447
  • Hewett, John, Sewing Machines, 296
  • Heywood, Bennett Johns, Self-closing Valve, 408
  • Heywood, Edwin, Weaving, 14
  • Heywood, William, Boilers for Generating Steam, 123
  • Hickman, G. H. and A., Strip and Hoop Iron, 108
  • Higgin, James, and Lightfoot, Compound for Stiffening Fibrous Materials, 350 Higham, Joseph, Valve Musical Instruments, 88
  • Highton, Edward, Electric Telegraphs, 106 Hill, Henry Charles, Screw and Lifting Jacks, 0
  • Hill, Pearson, Stamping or Printing and arranging Papers, Letters, and other Articles, 296
  • Hill, William, Railway Brakes, 406
  • Hills, Frank Clarke, Gas, 276
  • Hilton, Samuel, Furnaces, 369
  • Hindle, Robert, the Sieve used in Calico Printing, 331
  • Hingley. Benjamin, and Samuel Hingley, Anchors, 310, 386
  • Milks, John, and George Wells, Metallic Pens, 88
  • Hirst, William, Felted Fabrics, 142
  • Hobbs, Alfred Charles, Locks and Latches, 87 Hobbs, Henry, and Edward Easton, Preventing the Incrustation of Steam Boilers. ::s6 Hochstaetter, Edouard, Employment fur Motive Purposes of Sulphuret of Carbon, 275 Hochstaetter, Heinrich, Matches, 389 Hodges, Henry, Gunpowder, 332
  • Hodgson. Brook, and John Carter, Looms for Weaving Brussels Carpets, 181
  • Hodgson, Brook, and John Carter, Introducing the Pile Wires used in Weaving lirw-eels Carpets and other Piled Fabrics, 141
  • Hodgson, James, Wrought-iron Masts Yards, Bove sprits, and other Ship's Spars, 85
  • Hogn, Stanislaus, Coating the Surfaces of the Cells of Galvanic Batteries, 448
  • Hogarth, Henry, Raising and Floating I Leavy Bodies, 386
  • Holden, Howard Ashton, Carriage Lamps and Fittings, 294
  • Holden, Isaac, Washing and Drying Fibres, 124
  • Holden, Isaac, Combing Wool and other Fibres, 124
  • Holden, Isaac, Preparing and Combing Fibres, 124
  • Holden, Isaac, Carding Wool and other Fibres, 124
  • Holding, William Henry, and James Robert Casby, Snap, 144
  • Holland, William, Umbrellas and Parasols, 465
  • Holland, \V., Runner and Top Notches for Umbrellas and Parasols, 233,311 Hollingworth, Edmund, Washing, 428 Holmes, Thomas, Consumption of Smoke in Furnaces, 69
  • Homan, Julius, Folding Cloth into Lengths, 86
  • Hood, W Mien), Charcoal Filter for Cleansing Spirits, 408
  • Hook, Charles Townsend, Paper, 126
  • Hoole, Henry Elliott, Stove Grates, 38T Hope, John, Screw Nut and Ratchet Brace, 465
  • Hope. Lewis, Reaping and Mowing, :66 Hopkins. James, and George Pearce, Trucks, 426
  • Hornbuckle, Hine, Benjamin, and William Onion, Knitting Machinery, 465
  • Horne, Thomas, jun., Ornamenting Metallic Bedsteadi and %%' ashhand Stands, 256
  • Hornsey, George, Communicating Signals from the Captain on Deck to the Engineer Below, 464
  • Horton, Joshua, jun., Regulating the Genera. tion and Pressure of Steam, 8cc., 141 Horton, Thomas, Soaps, 220
  • Hostein, Jacques, Mechanism for Stopping Railway Trains, 49
  • Ilouchin, Richard, jun., Alarums, 160 Houghton, Frederick Burnett, Paper, 182 House, Joseph, Concentrating and Preserving Milk, 52
  • Houston, Robert Holmes, Effecting General Conveyance on Water, 159
  • How, Andrew Peddie, Tools for Drilling and Boring, 219
  • How, A. P., Circular Brushes, 409
  • How, A. P., Cork Holder for Bottles, 389 How, A. P., Anti-Garotte Cravat, 125 Howard, Joseph, jun., and William Leek, Cheese, 370
  • Howard, Thomas, Cranked Shafts or Axles, 162
  • Howarth, Daniel, Sizeing or Preparing Yarns for Weaving, 124
  • Howell, Francis Barber, Cutting or Making Corks, 15
  • Howell, Joseph Bennett, and Nicholas Harvey, Steam Boilers, 85
  • Hoy, Joseph, sen., Distributing Sand on Railway Rails, 181
  • Ilubband, Richard, Hats, kc., 311
  • Hudson, Edward Hist, Apparatus to prevent the Lapping Driving Strap, 464
  • Hughes, Edward Joseph, Compounds resem. bling Gutta Percha, 70
  • Humtrys, John Robert Reid, Burning Gas, 236
  • Hunt, James, Shovels for General Use, 144 Hunter, Cohn, Bleaching Textile Fabrics, and Materials used for Making Paper, 123 Hyde, Edmund, Fabrics, 236
  • Hyde, John Moore, Iron and Wooden Ships, 68
  • Hyde, William, and Joshua Hyde, Vices, 428
  • lies, Charles, Bolts for Doors, 295
  • Ingram, John, Edward Ingram, and Benjamin ingrain, Finishing Textile Fabrics, 66 Ingwerseo, Paul, Dissolving the Deposits in Boilers. 425
  • Irlam, William, Railway Turn Tables and eighing Ci-anes, 49
  • Jack, David, Washing Textile Fabrics, 275 Jackson, Luke Duncan, Pneumatic Brake, 14 Jackson, L. D., Beer-engine or Syphon and Vent 1kg, to he used for the Purpose of Drawing or Pumping Ales, Beer, or other Fluids, 107
  • Jackson, William Robinson, Railway Brake, Jahn, Gustar, Revolving Firearms, 351 Jukens, Joseph, Printing and Dyeing Woven Fabrics, 947
  • James, John, and William Daykin Grim-shaw, Screw Propeller, 417
  • Jarvis, John Stephen, Stocks for the Neck, 370
  • Jay, Samuel, and George Smith, Hood for the Head, 67
  • Jennens, Theodore Hyla, Rollers or Cylinders for Printing Fabrics, 196
  • Jenne, Frederick Charles, Artificial Leather, 200
  • Johns, Charles Sydney, Preparing Pulp for Paper, 333
  • Johnson, John Henry, the Preservation of Life and Property at Sea, 107
  • Johnson, J. H., Sewing Machines, 126 Johnson, J. 11., Roasting Meat, 52
  • Johnson, J. H., Scutching Machines, 86 Johnson, J. H., Treatment of Floss Silk, 294 Johnson, J. H., Carding Engines, /S1
  • Johnson, J. H., Sewing and Ornamenting Fabrics, 69
  • Johnson, J. H., IIPating the Feed Water of Steam Boilerit, 141
  • Johnson, J. II.. Treatment of Flax and similar Textile Materials, 141
  • Johnson, J. II., Casting Metals, 162
  • Johnson, J. 11., Preservation of Property in Case of Disaster to Ships and other Vessels, 105
  • Johnson, J. H. Fastenings for Dress, 152 Johnson, J. H., Spinning Machines, 181 Johnson, J. H., Steam Hammers, 313 Johnson, J. H., Electro.Type or Galvano Plastic Processes, 70
  • Johnson, J. H., Distilling, Applicable also to the Extraction of Oils, and to the Purification of Gums 389
  • Johnson, J. H'., Measuring Distances and Elevation, 219
  • Jonnson, J. H., Generating and Superheating Steam, 310
  • Johnson, J. H.,Raising and Forcing Fluids,334 Johnson, J. IL, Pasteboard, 182
  • Johnson, J. H., Sewing Machines, 371 Johnson, J. 11., Warming and Ventilating Apartments, 276 ism Johnson, J. H., Preserving Food, 313
  • Johnson. J. H., Fire-Arms, 332
  • Johnson, J. H., Preventing Collisions at Sea, Johnson, J. H., Pressure Gauges, 52
  • Johnson, J. H., India-Rubber, 313
  • Johnson, Richard, Cleaning Iron and other Metals, 258
  • Johnson, Thomas, Purif. log Alkaline I.ees,107 Joh nson,Thomas Fielu Lig. and John Williams. Screw-Gill Machinery for Preparing Wool and other Fibrous Materials, 142
  • Johnson, William, Steam Boilers and Furnaces, 234
  • Johnson, W illiam Beckett, Steam Engines, 31 Johnstone, Robert, Firewood for Lighting Fires, 108
  • Jones, Edwin Francis, Pig and Iron Bar, 220 Jones, Frederick Decastro, Bits for Horses, 220. Jones. Frederick John, Buckle or Fastening, 276
  • Jones, Henry, Rising Beer and other Liquids, 448
  • Jones, Prime Raban, Curing or Preventing tho Scab in Sheep, and the Mange, 371
  • Jones, Robert Lewis, Regulating Clocks by Electricity. 238
  • Jones, Thomas Moreton, Cutting and Gathering Fruit, 484
  • Jones, Wright, and Thomas Edwards, Lubricator, 389
  • Jopling, Thomas Taylorson, Water Gauges of Steam Boilers, 446
  • Jordan, John, Iron Ships, 414
  • Jossa, Ferdinand, Hammers W orkcd by Atmospheric Pressure, 486
  • Jossa F., Furnaces and Ovens for the Prevention or Smoke and for Economy of Fuel, 275 Jourda, John P., Raising Sunken Vessels, 277 Joy, David, Steam-Engines, 293
  • Juwett, Henry Alfred, Steam-Engines, 63 Juvin, Edmond Joseph Nicholas, Producing Printing Surfaces, 238
  • Kaltwasser, A ugustus, Horizontal Pianofortes, 161
  • Kay, Richard Dugdale, Applying a certain Colouring Matter, either singly or in Combination with other Colouring Matters, to Woven or Felted Fabrics, 6:c., 142
  • Kay, R. Dugdale, Printing Fabrics, 406 Keates, Thomas William, Treatment of Ran• goon Naphtha, 70
  • Kedd , Thomas, Cutting Sugar and other Substances, 40S Kemp, Edward Curtis, Chandeliers, 427 Kemp, E. C., Unions for Pipes, 427
  • Kendall, W , Boxes and similar Articles, 371 Kennard, Thomas William, Metallic l'iles,249 Kenny, Le‘% is Fenton, Window Frames and Sashes, 448
  • Keogh, Henry, and Ffrench Augustus Keogh, Lighting the Public Gas Lamps by Electricity, 144
  • Kientzy, Victor Augustin, Clearing and Ploughing Land, 105
  • Kinder, Arthur, Cutting Irregular Forms, 408 King, Henry, Threshing and Dressing (,rain, 14
  • King, John, Boots and Shoes, 23S King, Ilartley, Kilns and Stovel, 427
  • Kirkham, John, Furnaces, or Kilns, 219 Knight, Thomas, Cultivator of Land, 447 Knowles, Sir Francis Charles, Cast Steel, 258 Knowles, Robert, Winding Yarn, 331 Knowles, It., Looms for Weaving, 331
  • Knox, Andrew, and Thomas Robson, Gas Re. gulator, 238
  • Koch, Aime, Breaking and Scratching Flax, 181
  • Koehler, Frederick, Gunpowder, 485
  • Kukla, Francis Xavier, Heating Stoves by Gas, 70
  • Kynaston, Augustus Frederick, Securing and Disconnecting Ships' Boats and Towing Cables, 310
  • Kyle, David Dunne, Retarding Railway Trains, 85
  • La Barre, Gautier Oliver, Motive Power, 425 La Croix, Francis Conibane, Reducing and Reding the Topsails of Vessels, 180
  • La Paraz, Alexander, and Josephine Maze), Preparing Paints and Varnishes, 388 Lack, James, Kilns for Burning, 50
  • Lafone, Henry, Tanning, 277
  • Lamb, D. A., Water-Closets, 160
  • Lambert, Thomas, and Obed akefleld, Drawing off Fluids, 428
  • Laming. Richard, Check the Honesty of Omnibus Conductors, &c., 159
  • Laming, R., Purifying Gas, 143
  • Lane, Joseph, Jacquard Looms, 50
  • Lane, Uriah, Transmission of Motive Power, 274
  • Lang, Louis Antoine, Rotary Motion for all kinds of Vehicles, 32
  • Langford, John, and Joseph Wilder, Signal and Alarum, 162
  • Larcbier, Amable Victor Felix, Gas, 351 Latruffe, Claude Francois, Heating A pparatus, 219
  • Lauder, George, and Thomas Ireland, Brine to be used in the Manufacture of Salt, 312 Laurecisque, Francois Auguste, Dissecting Maps or Charts, 313
  • Laurot, Laurent, Separating the different Solid Fatty Acids from the Liquid Fatty ones, 219
  • Lavigne, Charles Jean Maria, Swinging, Seesawing, and Ferforming Exercises or Amuiements in the Air, 333
  • Lawes, Thomas, Tilling the Land, 276
  • Lawetz, '1'., Cleansing and Drying Substances, 70
  • Lawes, T., Cleansing and Drying Animal and Vegetable Substances, 296
  • Lawrence, Thomas, Steam Engines, 255 Lawrence, William, Chimney Cap or Cowl and Ventilator, 50
  • Lawson, John, and Stephen Cotton, Roving, Spinning, &c., 160
  • Leach, John, Looms for Weaving, 311
  • Leake, Richard, and Matthew Sykes, Consuming Smoke and Generating Heat, 369 Leclercq, Adolphe, Sleepers of Railways, 294 Ledure, Elor Jean Baptiste, Railway Brake, 10.5
  • Legard, Francois Desk, Triggers of Firearms, 332
  • Lemoine, Etienne, Gas Meters, 435
  • Lees, Samuel, James Lees, and Frederick Lees. Warping Cotton and other Fibrous Substances, 04
  • Lenz, Chat les, Cast Steel, 143
  • Leslie, John, Ventilating Buildings, 370 Leslie, John, Treatment of Wash Waters con. taining Soap, 312 •
  • Letestu, Jean Marie, Signals. 160
  • Lethuillier, Laurent, Moulding Bricks, 447 Leuchars, William, Locks for Travelling Bags and such like Depositories, 237
  • Leuillet, Jean Baptiste, Bindintr Books, 334 Levesley, William, Blanks of Forks and other Tools, 3S9
  • Levick, Frederick, jun., and John James, Utilising the \V ante Gases of Blast Furnaces, 15
  • Levy, Henry, Moleskins, Velveteens, and such like Materials, 370
  • Lewis, Edward, and Gideon Bohn, Printing in Colours, 161
  • Lewis, Joseph, Reaping and Mowing, 256 Lewis, Samuel Robert, Trousers, 387
  • Lheritier, Sebastien Didier. Signals, 310
  • Liebmann, Carl Heinrich Julius W ilhem Maximilian, Purification of Water, and the Pre. paration of Materials requisite for the Process, 267
  • Limbert, John Alfred, Marine Steam Engines, 141
  • Lindner, Edward, Cartridges and Bullets, together with an Apparatus for Producing the same, 218
  • Lipkan, Theodore, Anti-syphilitic Compound, 409
  • Littell, William, Fermenting, Cleansing, and Attemperating Apparatus to be employed in Brewing, 125
  • Lloyd, Samuel, jun., Railway Wheels, Axles, and Tuyeres, 366
  • Long, John, Fastenings of Brooches and other Articles of Jewellery, 87
  • Loos, Edward, Cement, Mortar, Concrete, and Artificial Stone, 33
  • Lord, James, and William Suothill Steam Boilers, 159
  • Lord, Thomas Wilks, Yarns, 50
  • Lorimer, Anthony, Preparing the Surfaces of Printers' Inking Rollers, 52
  • Loubatieres, Francois Barthelemy, Paper, 258 Low, Robert, and William Press, Vices, 485 Lowenstein, Emil Von, Ovens for the Manufacture of Coke, 312
  • Lowry, George, Heckling Flax and other Fibrous Materials, 294
  • Luedeke, Ernst, Obtaining Power, 104
  • Lund, William, Securing Cases containing Bullion and other Valuable Property, 144 Lungley, Charles, Constructing Dry Docks and Basins for the Stowage of Ships, 237
  • Maberley, Frederick Herbert, Receptacles for Sewage, for separating the Fluid from the Solid portion thereof, and for Purifying and Carrying away the same, 69
  • Maberley, F. H., Wheeled Carriages, 49 Maccarthy, John Saxon, Driving Paving Blocks, 387
  • Macdonald, David, Washing, Bleaching, and Preparing Textile Fabrics, 49
  • Macdonald. Robert, Sewing or Embroidering Textile Fabrics, 237
  • Macfarlane, Walter, Moulding Cast-Iron Pipes, 220
  • Macintosh, John, Air-Beds, Cushions, and other like Inflated and Fluid-tight Apparatus or Bag, 370
  • Macintosh, J., Discharge of Projectiles, 143 Mackworth, Herbert, Treatment of Mineral Substances, &c., 41)9
  • Macpherson, William, Spinning and Doubling Cotton, 33
  • Madden, Peter, Furnaces, 49
  • Mair. Robert, Protecting Articles worn on the Person. 238
  • Maire. Joseph Francois, Cooking Apparatus, producing a Saving of Fuel and Time, 277
  • Maisstat, Jacques Henri Marie, Dibbling Machinery for Depositing Grain and Manure, 199
  • Makin, 'William, Furnaces and Apparatus for Generating Steam, 236
  • Malcolm, James Drysdale, Buffing Apparatu for Railway Engines, and Carriages, 406 Malins, Arthur, Ornamenting Castors for Furniture, 125
  • Mander, Elisha, and William Morgan, Photographic, Jewellers', and other Cases having ood or Papier Mache Foundations, and where raised, regular, or irregular forms are required in such cases, and the Machinery for carrying out such Improvements, parts of which are applicable to other Purposes where Sawing or Shaping is required, 107 Manico, Edward, Obtaining Foundations for Marine Structures, 351
  • Mann, Thomas, Horse-Power, 350
  • Mann, Charles William, and Frederick John Ingram, Embossing Fabrics, 50
  • Mappin, Walter Sandell, Doors and Windows for the Prevention of Burglary, &es, 160 March, Chapman, Motive Power, 433 'garland, John, Cop Tubes used in Spinning, 370
  • Marriott, William, and David Sugden, Heat. ins Press Plates for Pressing Fabrics, &c., 447
  • Marrow, James, Bolts and Rivets, 333
  • Marshall, George, Saw Setting Apparatus, 25S Marshall, James Garth, Preparing Flax, Hemp, China Grass, 237
  • Marshall, J. G., Preparing Flax, and other Vegetable Fibrous Substances, 105
  • Martel, Cherie, Fire-arms. 465
  • Marten, Edwin, Regulating the Pressure and Supply of Gas, 333
  • Martin, Charles, Working Signal Apparatus on Railways, 275
  • Martin, Henry, Supply of Water to Steam lioilero, 23(i Martin, John Cowdery, Paper, 351
  • Martin, Robert, and Joseph Walter Sutton, Giving Alarm in Dwelling !louses in Cases of Robbery, or other Emergencies, 295
  • Maryon, Robert J., Locomotive Engines, 218
  • Massey, John, and James Hargreaves, jun., Preparation of Cotton and other 14 fibrous Materials for Spinning, 105
  • Massey, William, Cultivation of Laud by Steam Power, 426
  • Massey, W., and John Smith, Ploughing Land, 407
  • Matthews, John, Vat to be used in the Manufacture of Paper, 333
  • Maurice, Joseph, Fastenings and Attachments for Supporting Artificial Teeth, 333 Maynard, Edward, Calks for the Shoes of Animals, 141
  • Maw, Edwin, Points of Railway Crossings, 294
  • McCallaii, George, Air and Water Discharge Apparatus, ISO M'Comiell, James Edward, Brakes, 198 McCulloch, William, and Thomas Kennedy, Stop Cocks or Valves, 52
  • M‘Culloch, W., and T. Kennedy, Stop Cocks, 258
  • M•Donald, Alexander, Columns, Pilasters, and other similar Structures of Granite, Marbles, and other Stones capable of receiving a high Polish, 69
  • M'Donald, James Roderick, India-rubber Overshoes, 125
  • NI'Dcmall, John, Steam Hammers, 389 M`Farlane, Patrick, Looms for Weaving, 331 M'Grade, Patrick, Propelling Ships, 218 M.Intyre, John, Safety Sounding Apparatus for Sailing Ships, 49
  • McLennan, John, John Palmer, and John henry Palmer, Gas Light lienerator, 3U M‘Naught, William, Steam Engines, 31 M'Maught, W , Engines, and in their Gearing for connecting them with Machinery, and in the Means of Lubricating them, 254 M'Onie, Andrew, Centrifugal Machines, 108 Mead, Job, and George Mead, Metallic and other Packing-boxes or Cases, 313
  • Mead, J., and G. Mead, Metallic Packing-boxes, 219
  • Meakin, George Frederick Leo, Applying Brakes to Railway Carriages, 180
  • MeAlock, Henry. Purifying Water. 117 Mellier, Marie Amedie Charles, Drying Paper in Process of Manufacture, 277
  • Melling, Thomas, Taps or Valves. 313 Menusier, Francois, Bee Hive, 389
  • Merrett, William Gwillim, Coats and Waistcoats, 276
  • Merrylees, Jame!, Carpets, 484
  • Merrylees, J., Production of Ornamental Fabrics, 484
  • Messenger, Samuel, and Theodore Fletcher, Gas Burners, 333
  • Mickle John, Reaping and Mowing, 276 Middleton, John, and William Stent, Railway Chairs and Jointing of Rails, 180
  • Middleton, John, Consuming the Smoke of Furnaces, 123
  • Miles, AVilliam Player, Gauge Cutting Machine, 409
  • Miles, W. P., Locks and Fastenings, 14 Mill, William, Joining Bands, 33
  • Millar, John, Stoppers for Decanters, 258 Mille, Marin Joseph Alphonse, Gas, 427 Miller, John, Water Meters. 410
  • Miller, J., Oil Cans, 410
  • Millner. John, Chimney Cans or Caps, 15 Mills, William, Action of Upright Pianofortes, 182, 276
  • M dues, David, Voven Fabrics, 350
  • M dues, James, and Frederick William Mow. bray, Lubricating the Pistons and Valves of Stearn Engines, 294
  • Milnes, John, and William Thompson, Looms for Weaving. I S1
  • Mitchel, William Haslett, Distributing and Composing Types, 107
  • Mitchell, Alexander, Harpoon Guns, 199 Mitchell,William Lawrence, Railway Switches and Signal Apparatus, 49
  • Monte, Charles Robert, Permanent Way of Railways, 159
  • toes, Jules, Warming and Ventilating, 237 Molineaux, John Atherton, High Pressure Steam Engines, 311)
  • Montague, Samuel, Packing Cases, 143 Moorhouse, Henry, Self-acting Signals for Railways, 32
  • Morand, Samuel, Stretching and Drying Fabrics, 484
  • More, George Story, Combining Steam-engine and Boilers, when used with Screw or Stern Propellers of Ships or Vessels, 104
  • Moreau, Felix, Recovering the Fatty Matters from Dirty Axle Grease and Lubricating Oils, 161
  • Morel, Joseph, Castors, 50
  • Morgan, Jabez, Steel and Iron Wire for Umbrella and Parasol Frames, 162
  • Morris, James, Rails of Railways, 275
  • Morris, J., W ashing Machines, 53
  • Morris, J., Connecting Rails of Railways, 464 Morrison, James, Portable Shower and Sponge Baths, 370
  • Morrison, Duncan, and S. Lilley. Locks, 295 Morrison, D , Rollers or Cylinders for Printing Fabrics, 387
  • Morrison, D., Ordnance, 125
  • Morrison, Robert, Steam Boilers, 141 Mortimer, Samuel, Screw-gill Boxes, 370 bloule, John, Burning Pyrotechnic Composi. tions, 200
  • Mounttord, George, Chopping Loaf Sugar and other Substances, 257
  • Mowbiay, Frederick William, Weaving, 199 Moxon, William, John Clayton, and samuel Fearnley, Looms. 256
  • Mucklow, Edward, " Alizarine." 220 Mucklow, E., Cooling and Evaporating, 220 Muir. Mathew Andrew, and James WIlwham, Moulding or Shaping Metals, 1u6, 144
  • Muir, William, Generating Steam for Marine Purposes, 218
  • Muratori, Christophe, Obtaining White by Silicate of Magnesia and:Carbonate of Lead, 485
  • Murdoch, James, Imitating the Skins of Animals upon Fulled Cloth, 255
  • Murdoch, J., Treating the Threads of Floss Silk, S.c., 142
  • Murdock, J., ships' Main-Pump, 32
  • M urphy, James, Securing Screw Nuts on their Bolts, and Bolts in Plates, 220
  • Murray, Charles henry, Chain-pump, 180 Murray, Sir James. Abating the Smells and increasing the Fertilising Usefulness of Liquid Manures, 86
  • Musbet, Robert, t. ast Steel, 295
  • Myers, Henry, and Charles Askew and John
  • Askew, Railway and other Brakes, 141 Myers, James John, Regulating Paper laid on to be Printed on one or both sides, 409
  • Naylor, John, Horse Hoes, 160,199
  • NeiId, Arthur, and Nathaniel Buckley Snt. cliffe,Treating Descriptions of Cotton Waste, 275
  • Nessi, Charles, Mounting Cameras, 33 Neuenschwardner, Johanneas, Preserving Milk, 257
  • Neville, Samuel, Annealing of Glass, and the Firing of Pottery-\V arc 107
  • Neville, William, Amalgamating certain Substances for the Production of Fuel, 313 Nevins, William Ramsey, and Joseph John Yates, Baking Bread, &c., 275
  • Newall, Robert Stirling, Wire Strands for Electrical Purposes, .107
  • Newburgh, Sidney, and Charles Steinhart, 50 Newbury, Thompson. Making Screws, 33 Newcomb, Thomas, Nails, 182
  • Newington, Samuel, Growing Grapes, 331
  • Newington, S., Hand Hoes and Cultivators, 14
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Springs for Railroad Carriages, 148
  • Newton, A. V., Rudder, 218
  • Newton, A. V., 'Water Meter, 296
  • Newton, A. V., Steam-Engines, 85
  • Newton, A. V., Carding Engines, 331
  • Newton, A. V., Hosiery, 106
  • Newton, A. V., Transmitting Messages by Audible Signals, 107
  • Newton, A. V., Carding Engines, 275
  • Newton, A. V., Casting Metallic Articles, 161
  • Newton, A. V., Smoothing irons, 313
  • Newton. A. V., Cutting Veneers, 427
  • Newton, A. V., Taking the Measurement of Garments, 351
  • Newton, A. V., Fire.Arms, 295
  • Newton, A. V., Coiled Springs, 314
  • Newton, A. V., Cultivating Laud, 331
  • Newton, A. V., Polishing Flat Surfaces of Glass, 161
  • Newton, A. V.. Hand Bullet Moulds, 332
  • Newton, A. V., Printing Presses, 15
  • Newton, A. V., Rules and other Measuring Instruments, 371
  • Newton, A. V., Registering the Performance of Railway rains, 483
  • Newton, A. V., Reaping Machines, 484
  • Newton, A. V., Propelling and Steering Nail. gable Vessels, 483
  • Newton, A. V. Repeating Fire.Arms, 295
  • Newton, G., Copying anti other Presses, 389 1
  • Newton, Rupert, Metallic Boxes, 70
  • Newton, Thomas, Stockmen's .Saddles and Appendages thereto, 141
  • Newton, William Edward, Fluid Meters, 333
  • Newton, W. E. Cutting Standing Crops, 218
  • Nevrtuni W. E., Buttons, 12)
  • Newton, W. E., Cut.off Gear for Steam Engines, 464
  • Newton, W. E., Nuts and Washers, 12 Newton, W. E., Boats, Buoys, Floats, or other Buoyant Vessels, 310
  • Newton, W. E., Preparings from Waste Silk, and other Fibrous Materials, 181
  • Newton, W. E, Removing Snow from Railways, 106
  • Newton, W. E., Preventing the Explosion of Steam Boilers, 49
  • Newton, W. E., Rollers employed in Calen-dering, Mangling, aitc., 88
  • Newton, W. E., Sewing Machinery, 107 Newton, W. E., Pianofortes, 161
  • Newton, W. E., Breech-Loading Firearms, 161 Newton, W. E., Furnaces adapted to the Generation of Steam for Motive Power, 406 Newton, W . E., Sewing Machines, 50
  • Newton, W. E., Furnaces for Locomotive and other Boilers, 180
  • Newton, W. E., Gas, 332
  • Newton, W. E., Steering Apparatus for Ships and other Vessels, 218
  • Newton, W. E., Tracing Cloth, 257
  • Newton, W. E., Application of Certain Substances for Food, as a Source of Nutrition and Support to the Respiratory Organs of Animals, 389
  • Newton, W. E., Cutting Screw Threads, 257 Newton, W. E., Artificial Legs, 258
  • Newton, W. E., Relieving the Slide Valves of Steam Engines from unnecessary Pressure, 425
  • Newton, W. E., Feeding Fuel to Furnaces, 483 Newton, W . E., Tanning, 257
  • Newton, W. E., Life Boats, 464
  • Newton, W. E., Folding Window Blinds and Shutters, 256
  • Newton, W. E., Repairing Silks, Cotton, and other Fibrous Substances, 237
  • Newton, W. E., Sewing Fabrics together, 465 Newton, W. E., Meters for Water and other Liquids 34
  • Newton. W. E., Preventing the Forgery of Bank Notes. and other like Articles, 238 Newton, W. E., Moulding and Pressing Bricks, 370
  • Newton, W. E., Capsules for containing Medicines, 34
  • Newton, W. E., Counting Envelopes, &c 485 Newton, W. E., Boots, 427
  • Newton, W. E, Steam Engines, 85
  • Newton, W. E., Paper, 409
  • Newton, W. E., Table Knives. 45
  • Newton, W. E., Locks, 387
  • Newton, W. E., Cutting Metals or other Hard Substances, 163
  • Newton, W. E., Connecting and Applying Reserved Power for the Application of Railway Brakes in Sudden Emergencies, 68
  • Newton, W. E., Coating Roofs to make them Impervious to \Vet, 218
  • Newton, . E., Valve Gear for Reciprocating Steam Engines, 191
  • Newton, W E., Treating Feldspar, 14 Newton, W. E., Turning Articles of Irregular Forms, 162
  • Ninck, Jean, Placing Sets of Teeth, Gums, and Palates, on Plates, 277
  • Norman, John Benjamin, Generating Motive Power, 330
  • Normandy, Louis A. jun., Iron, 295
  • Norton, James Lee, Washing and Rinsing Machines, 124
  • Norton, J. L., Separating Animal from Vegetable Fibres, 126
  • Noualhier, Eugene Theodore, and Jean Baptiste Provost, Applying Metals over Sur-fact s by Galvano-plastic Process, 52
  • Nunn, Martin, Washing Clothes and other Articles, 256
  • Nuttall, Thomas, Preparing Fibrous Materials, 256. Oakes, William, Iron, 104
  • Oates, Joseph Pimlott, Bricks. Tiles, Pipes, and other Articles made of Plastic Materials, 237
  • Ogden, William, and Firth, Henry, Fans or Blowing Apparatus, 371
  • Ogle. Nathaniel, Propelling and Ventilating Ships, 406
  • Oldershaw, Augustus Piggott, Skidding the Wheels of Carriages, 369
  • Oldfield, Edward, Spinning and Doubling, 331 Oldham, John, Closing the Supply Cocks of Gas Burners, 50
  • Oliver, John, Sulphuric Acid, 312 011iffe, Charles Richard, and James Aiming Gollap, Cleaning Knives. 87
  • Ordish, Rowland Mason, Supension Bridges, 237
  • Osmont, Charles Etienne, Penholders, 371 Ott, Jacob Ulrich, and Frederich August Moritz Ulloff, Ruling Paper, and Pens or Instruments for the same, 465
  • Otway, C. W., Descending and Ascending Pits or Shafts, and Raising Minerals or other Bodies therefrom, 389
  • Otway, Robert, Scythes, 294
  • Oudry, Charles Francois Leopold, Preservation of Metals or Alloys against Oxidation, 296
  • Owen, James, Prevention of Accidents in Ascending and Descending Shafts of Mines, 144
  • Owen, W., Stretching Woven Fabrics. 464 Owrid, Benjamin Webster, Connecting and Disconnecting Pipes or Tubes, 162
  • Oxley, William, and Hugh Strath, Lubricators, 314
  • Paget, Arthur, Looped Fabrics, 294
  • Pasinerre, Eleonore Augustin, Counting and Inserting Wire in Blocks of Wood for the Purpose of Printing on Linen and Paper, and for all Printing Purposes, 257
  • Palmer, Hcnry Boswell, Fire Lighter, 258 Palmer, Jason J., Steam Boilers, 274
  • Parker, Francis, Tell-tale for Public Vehicles, 406
  • Parker, George, and William Martin, Open. ing and Preparing Cotton, 86
  • Parker, John, Separating Wain and Seeds from Dust, 250
  • Parker, Jonathan, Grinding Card Cylinders for Carding Engines, 331
  • Parker, Thomas, Hallway Wheels, 19s Parkes, Alexander, Separating Tin from Tin Plate Scrap, 19
  • Parkes, A., Nails, 182
  • Parkes, Josiah, Locomotive Purposes, 218 Parkinson, Rouen, and J. Standish, Preparation of Fibrous Materials to be Spun, 465
  • Parry, Charles Jamer, and William Briddon, Shirt Collars, 199
  • Parsons, Perceval M. Permanent Way, 141 Parsons, P. M., Moulds for Casting Railway Chairs, Stc., 426
  • Portz, August Frederick William, Evaporating Fluids, &c., 162
  • Pascal', Charles, Tile Making Machinery, 370 Pascal, Jean Baptiste, Electric Lamps, 333 Pascal, J. B., Engine with notary Piston, 159 Paterson, Alex. John, Propelling Vessels, 369 Patridge, David, Steam Loilers, 198
  • Paul, Benjamin Horatio, Preservation of Stone and other similar Compositions, 295 Paul, William Bond, Signalling upon Rail. ways, 3b8
  • Pauvert, Charles, Steel and Cast Steel, 220 Pauvert, C., Iron, 220
  • Pauvert, C., Cast Steel, 220
  • Payne, James, Scythes, 331
  • Payne, William James, Casting and Finishing Cocks, 33
  • Peak, John, Gas, 407
  • kearson, George, and Edward Jessup, Sewing Machines, 314
  • Peckstone, William, Dyeing Matter, 389 Pedd er, William. Strengthening Metallic and other Structures, 220
  • Pengelly, Thomas Nathaniel, and George Porter, Application of Steam to Lifting or Hoi sting, 310
  • Penny, James, and John Booth, Washing, Cleansing, and Drying Grain. 33
  • Perin, Lambert, Discovery of Flaws and Es. capes in Gas Pipes, 295
  • Perks, W., jun., Crown and Sheet Glass, 313 Perrott, George, Horse Gearing, 255
  • Petiet, Jules Alexandre, Actuating Railway Brakes, 369
  • Pettigrew, John, Bread, 52
  • Petrie, James, and William M'Naught, Steam Engines, 49
  • Petrie, William, Creating or Increasing Draughts and Currents, 257
  • Petrovitch, Milivoi, Projectile, 448
  • Phillips, George, Stationary Cabinets, 181 Phillips, John, Supporting and Propelling the Human Body in Water, 485
  • Phillips, William Henry, Stereoscopes, 52 Piand, Laurent, Ventilating and Preventing Inundations in Coal Mines, 219
  • Picciotto, Moses Haym, Preparing Flax, 1st Pichon, Prix Auguste Theodore, Accelerating Tanning, 106
  • Piercy, Frederick, and Samuel Flagg, Expanding Life and Military Boat, 294 Pieters, Virginle Bacqueville, Blinds for Windows, 448
  • Pilcher, William Wood, Strawshakers, 142 Pilkington, Peter. and Thomas Entwisle, Washing, Cleaning, or Mixing various Materials, 53
  • Pitman, John Talbot, Fire-escapes, 319 Pitman, J. T., Working Metallic Ores and their Products, 162
  • Pitman, J. '1'., Better Organisation of the Instrumental Music Scale, 143
  • Pitman, J. T , Metallic Hames for Horses, 191 Pitman. J. T., Making Carpet Lining, 50 Pitman, J. T., Curry Combs, 408
  • Platt, John, Mules for Spinning, 14
  • Poisson, Pierre, Preparing and Applying Surfaces for Painting, 161
  • Poole, John, Safety or other Valves, 162 Porter, John Francis, Bricks, 87
  • Potter, Michael, Healds for Weaving, 86 Potter, Thomas Greville, Day and Night Advertising, 333
  • Poupard, illiam, Buttons, 199
  • Powell, John Folliott, Reverberatory and other Furnaces, 104
  • Powers, George, Scuttle for Ships, 369 Predavalle, Bartholomew, Motive Power, 291 Prestwich, Wright, Gas Furnaces, 50
  • Price, Astle' Pastran, Separation of Gold from certain Auriferous Mixtures, 144 Price, David Lloyd, Electric Apparatus for Giving Signals, 161
  • Price, George Brook, Affixing Stamps and Labels to Documents, 409
  • l'rince, Frederic, Fire Arms, 15
  • Prosper, Lazare, Lambert- Alexandre. and L. P. F. Mallet, Propelling Vessels, 964
  • Prynn, Charles Thomas Robert, Benumbing any part of the Human Frame previous to a Surgical Operation, for the Purpose of Performing said Operation without Pain, 389
  • Puddefoot, Michael, Mowing Machines, 484
  • Pullar, John, and Laurence Pullar, Umbrellas and Parasols, 181
  • Pulvermacher, Isac Louis, Pipes and Tubes for Smoking, 423
  • Purnell, Joseph, Taking Photographic Pictures, 333
  • Pye, George Watson, and Thomas Oldknow, Bobbin-Net or Twist Lace, 484
  • Pytn, J., Raising and Lowering Weights, 386
  • Quick, Joseph, jun., and Alexander Fraser, Regulating the Drawing off and the Supply of Water, &c., Quiddle, Auguste. and Charles Mayet, Propelling, 180
  • Quin, Richard, Stereoscope,, 107
  • Haggett, George, Railway Brakes and Carriages, 330
  • Ralson, Gerard, Firearms, and Balls or Projectiles, 218
  • Ramie. Charles William, Attaching Knobs to Spindles, 3M Ramie, C. W., Attaching Handles to Table Cutlery, 427
  • Ramsbottom, John, and John Bailey Salford, Regulating the Flow and Pressure of Liquids and Fluids, .489
  • Ramsbottom, John. Wrought Iron Railway Chairs, 310
  • Rankin, John, Ventilators, 435
  • Ratcliffe,J., Preparing Yarn for Weaving, 370 Ratcliffe, John, James Fearnibough, and Jo. seph Mather, Index Machines applicable to Looms for Weaving, 275
  • Ratcliffe, Joseph and Edmund, Adjusting Chandeliers, 332
  • Rayner, Thomas W., Cocks and Valves, 144 Reading, Daniel, Springs for Vehicles, 406 Reading, D., Ventilating and Increasing the Draught in Fire-places and Flues, 311 Reay, William Walker, Shoes for Horses, 13 Redgate, James, Edwin E., and John Cropper, Bobbin Net or Twist Lace Machinery, 32 Reed, Joseph Haythorne, Propelling Ships and Vessels, 369
  • Reeves, Charles, Grinding and Polishing Machinery, 448
  • Reeves, Robert, and John Reeves, Delivering Manure for Agricultural Purposes, 105 Reid, W ., Guarding the Mouths of Pits, 276 Reinhardt, Charles Christian, Fastening Metallic Backs to Truss Pads, 52 Remfey, George Farrel, Working Punkas and Whisks, 258
  • Remfoy, G. F., Supporting and Propelling the Human Body in Water, 483
  • Remington, George, and John Barton Bal-combe, COMOtilre Engines, 464
  • Renon, Vincent Loa a Casimir, Spirit when Rice is used, 15
  • Renshaw, Charles, Valves, 313
  • Rcynaud, Charles, India-Rubber Springs, 256
  • Richard, Jacques, Cleaning Grain, 350
  • Richardson, Thomas, and Edmund John Jasper lirowell, Treating Old or Waste Wood Sleepers and Bearers, and in Preparing Wood for Railway Sleepers and Bearers and other Works, 310
  • Richardson, Thomas, and Manning Bentice, Manure, 331
  • Richardson, William, the Use of Iron or any other Metal by itself or iii Combination with other Materials for Structural Purposes, 160
  • Ridley, Ralph Errington, Permanent Way of Railways, 447
  • Rigby, W., Engraving Rollers for Printing, 52 ltippon, John James, Straining or Filtering Colours, 313
  • Rippon, J. J., Rollers or Cylinders for Printing Fabrics, 310
  • Ritchie, George, Beds and Mattresses, 60 Rittelnandt, Louis Antoine, Treatment of'
  • Substances containin.: EarthyPhosphates,52 Rochelle, A. Petsper, Currying Leather, 38S Rodd, Walter James Handscombe, Sailing Vessels on the Surface of the W ater, •126
  • Rogers, Ebenezer, Applying Fuei for Heating Purposes, 313
  • Rogers. Jasper Wheeler, Collecting fur Use the Excrement of Towns and Villages, 311 Rolfe, Thomas, Pianofortes, 332
  • Ropes, Henry Tibbetts, Refrigerators, 408 Ropes, H. T. and David Thomas Wilson, filters to Cocks, Taps, or other Valves, )6'4
  • Rose, jun., Thomas, Cutting Vegetable Substances, 220
  • Ross, Alexander, James Valentine, Alexander Murray, and Alexander Don, Purification of Coal;as, the Residuum being Applicable as a Manure, 15
  • Ross, William, Regulating the Passage of Fluids, 312
  • Rotch, Thos. Dickinson, Gas Generators, 357 ltothwell, John, Samuel Dixon Cooper, Breech Loading Fire Arms, 311
  • Rowland, Ellis, Steam Engines, 255
  • Rowland, Maria Bounsell, Soap and Detergent Preparations or Compounds, 465
  • Roy, Edmond, Railway Vehicles, 464
  • Roberts, J., Stoppering Jars, Bottles, &c., 70
  • Roberts, Richard, and 1,Vright Shaw, and S. Shaw, Weaving and Folding Fabrics, 484 Roberts. Thomas. John I) die, and John Daniel Pritchard, Oxalate of Soda, 34
  • Roberts, Thomas Humphrey, Cleaning the Inside of Casks, 485
  • Roberts, W illiam, Arranging Ships' and other similar Pumps, 105
  • Robertson, Charles, Cleaning. the Bottoms of Iron Ships while Afloat, 461
  • Robertson, William, Preparing to be Spun Fibrous Materials, 330
  • Robertson, W., Pistons, 425
  • Robertson, W., James Guthrie, and John Menzies, Winding Yarns or Threads, 198 Robinson, John, Giving Motion to Power Looms, 311
  • Robinson. John Blythe, Effecting Agricultural Operations, 331
  • Robinson, Joseph, Stages used in Green. Houses and Hot•Ilouses, 199
  • Robinson, Richard, Finishing Yarns or Threads, 124
  • Robottom, Titus, Locomotive Engines for Common Road or Street Traction, &c., 159, Royds, Abraham, and John Kenyon, ThrostIes, 142
  • Roys, Thomas Welcome, Firo•arms, 465 Roys, T. W., Explosive Shells, 427
  • RI-widish, Andrew, Mounting Knobs, and in Constructing and Mounting Roses for Locks and other such like Fastenings-, 69 Rualem, Francois, Railway Brakes, 275 Ituberg, John, Runners, Top Notches, 106 Itubery, John, Umbrella and Parasol Ribs, 332 Russel, Robert, Railway Turntables, 275 Russell, John James, and Joseph Bennett Howell, Steel Tubes, applicable to the Flues of Steam Boilers, &c., 70
  • Russell, Robert, Stoves and Fire-places, 81 ltutt, William, Microscopes, 338
  • Rye, William, and James Siinpson, Opening Cotton, 32
  • Itylands, John, Annealing Wire, 183
  • Sadgrove, Fred., Window or other Sashes, 106 Saran, Jacob. Locking Combinations of Drawers in Chests or otherwise, 351
  • Sagar, Thomas. and Christopher Turner Power Looms for Weaving, 103
  • Salmon, John Aiken, Steam Engines, 446 Sampson, Frederick, Singeing Fabrics, 32 Sampson. George. Joseph Sampson. and Elijah Ledger, Folding of Woven Fabrics, 124 SamueLsou, Bernhard. Artificial Light, 465 Sanderson, Thomas, Wheeled Carriages, 330 Sands, Sophia, Fringes, 447
  • Sauerbrey, Valentin, Firearms, 477
  • Savory, James, Separating Seeds, 447 Sawney, William, Winnowing Machines, 447 Sayer, George William, Stopping or Retarding Railway Carriages, 255
  • Scarr, George. and James Pollard, Power Looms for Weaving, 3';9
  • Schaefer, William Charles Theodore, Treating the Waste Waters of Woollen and other Mills, 237
  • Scheer, Frederick, and 'William Schafer, Travelling Bags, 161
  • Schaub, George, Types for Printing, 334 Schmidt. Henry, Advertising in Vehicles, Theatres• and Public Places, 428 Schlesinger, Joseph William, Backs and Covers of Books, 409
  • Schmersahl, Augustus Edward, Treating Bones for the Purpose of Obtaining Gelatine, 331
  • Schwab, Frederick Martin, Breechaoading Fire-arms, 387
  • Schwedersky, Christian, Floating Ships or Vessels, 180
  • Scott, Henry Young Darracott, Cement, 161 Scott, Joseph, Bottles and their Stoppering.312 Scott, Uriab, and Frederick Holdway, Metal Type. 67
  • Scott, William Charles, Separating Coin, 107 Scowen, Tbomas Layzell, Canopy for Car.. riages and Places, 330
  • Scarlet Thomas John, Fastening for Window Sashes, 311
  • Seaton, William, Permanent Way of Rail-%ays, 255
  • Semple, Matthew, Pipe Tube or Stem, 408 Sharkey, Patrick Henry, Scale-beams or Balances, 108
  • Sharp, Clement, Ships' Thimbles and other Metallic Fittings used fur Rigging and Sails, 218
  • Sharpies, J Drying Fibrous Substances, 350 Sharrocks, James, Pressing Bricks. .127 Shaw, George Alfred, Threshing and Cleans. ing Grain, 50
  • Shaw, John, and Manwaring, W., Cutting Turnips or other Vegetable Substances, 237 Shaw, Thomas, Furnaces or Fire-Places, 49 Shaw, T. George, Threphing and Winnowing Machine, 199
  • Sheard, Schofield Crowther, and George Undemood, Supplying Boilers with Water, Generating Steam, Consuming Smoke, 425
  • Shearman, James Edward, Saddles and Collars for Horses, 1b0
  • Sherar, John, Oil and Spirit Lamps, 276 Sherman, Amory Fairbanks, Ropes, Stands for Ropes, 371
  • Sherman, A. F., Roxburg Spinning and Tarring Fibrous Material 454
  • Sherratt, Thomas, Time-Keepers' .165
  • Sherwin, George, Fire Bricks, Tiles, and other Articles, when Fire Clay is used, 15
  • Sherwood, Isaac, and Joseph Blount Wayne, a Check upon Drivers or Conductors, by indicating the Number of Pas‘engers carried, and the Distance each has Travelled, 330
  • Shipley, James Denby Lee, and James Crabtree, Power Looms, 237
  • Slblett, Louis Jean Marie, Pulp, 313
  • Siemens. Charles William Furnaces. and in the Application of Heated Currenis, 386 Sileonl, Giacomo, Starch, 238
  • Silver, Thomas, Governor, 425
  • Simonds, Warren A.,Life Preserving Float, 33 Simpson, Alexander, Slop and Toilet Pail, 465 Sissons, %Villiam, and Peter White, Steam Driving Machinery, 427
  • Sisterson, %%. alter Henderson, Cranes, 126 Skertchly, Joseph, Saggars, 164
  • Slack, John, Lubricating Certain Parts of Looms, for W caving, s10
  • Slater, Thomas, Ploiighs,'.147
  • Smart, Henry, Organs. :;70
  • Smith, Archibald, Wire and other Ropes, 182 small Charles, Domestic Utensils, 332
  • Smith, Henry. Window Price Tickets, 144 smith, II., Chaff-Cutting Macinnes, 294 Smith H., Haymaking Machinery, HO Smith, Ileiiry Richard. Gas from Coal, 239 Smith, John, Pumping, 15
  • Smith, John, Carpets, 331
  • Smith, J., Applying Steam or other Aeriforrn Fluids expansively in Engines, 255
  • Smith, J., Brushes, ZS Smith, J., Jacquard Machines for We 1.1
  • Smith. Joseph, and Horatio Wiseman, Shutters for Shop Fronts, 5U Smith, Mathew, Looms for Weaving, 369 Smith, Noel Clayton, Disc Engine, 159 Smith, Robert, Corded Skirtings, 70
  • Smith, Thomas Briggs, Constructing Boxes for Journals and other Bearings, 107
  • Smith, Thomas Mosdell,and Cornelius Burke, Candles, 296
  • Smith, NVilliam, Jacquered Apparatus, 311 Smith, W , and Donald Bethune, Preventing Smoke in Chimneys, 51
  • Smith, W., Steam Generators, 483
  • Smith, W., Railway Rolling Stock, 32 Smith, W., Smoke Consuming Furnace, 330 Smith, \V., Ornamental Fabrics, 294
  • Smith, William Henry. James Cadman, and Joseph Cadman, Bricks, Pipes, and other Ware, from Clay and other Mineral Substances, 199
  • Smith, William Young, Sawing all kinds of NVood, 70
  • Somervail, William, Fibrous Materials for being Spun, 275
  • Sparke, James Bird, and Alfred Sparke, Sawing NI.icliinery, 311
  • Speed, John James, jun., and John A ylesworth Bailey, Seamless Pipes and Tubes, 51 Spence, James, Artificial Coral, 219
  • Spence, Viliiam, Felt, 32
  • Spencer, George, Facilitating the Discharge of Coals from W agoras used on Railways, &c., 313
  • Spooner, Lucius Henry, Paper and Paper Pulp, 389
  • Spurr, }Alumi Alexandre, Fire-pl aces, Chimneys, and Stove Grates, 276
  • Squires, NV illiam Westbrooke, Letting on and Drawing off Water and other Fluids, 258 Stanford, Edward, Envelopes, 34
  • Stanley, John, Applying Cranes. also Generating and Applying Motive Power for the same, 407
  • Steel, W Iiliarn,Discharging Ashes from Steamboats, 350
  • Steinmetz, Andrew, Circular Gas Burners and their Chimneys, 67
  • Stenhouse, John, Glue or Gelatine, 409 Stephers, James, Brushes, 238
  • Stevens. James, Water Gas Meters, 44S Stevenson, James, juu., Lighting Apartments and Passages, 44
  • Stewart, David Yoolow, Cast-iron Pipes, 126 &oho, John, Forcing or Lifting Corrosive or Chemical Liquids, 15
  • Stokes. Abel, Nails, Pine, Screws, &.c., 162 Stott, Frederic Sarley, Slide Valves, 49 Stott, Thomas, Pickers, 142
  • Stratford, B. O'Neal, Aerial Navigation, 310 Stratton, William Henry, Fire Doors of Furnaces, 13
  • Stubbin, Frederick, Propelling Vessels, 198 Stubbs, William, Water Closets, 125
  • Sturges, Richard Ford, Metallic Pens, 351 Sudbury, John, and Alfred William Linsell, Gas Regulator, 333
  • Sugden, George, and Jonas Briggs, Weaving Checks or Figured Fabrics, 275
  • Sugden, John, Combing Wool, Silk, or other Fibrous Materials, 294
  • Sugden, Thomas and Frederick, Sewing Michines, 334
  • Sunderland, Samuel, and Richard Dean, Looms, 3; 0
  • Sunderland, Kenneth Leith, Safety Candle Lantern, 370
  • Summers, Thomas, Gauges for Indicating Pressure and Vacuum, 161
  • Sumner, ‘V illiam. Preparing, Slubbing, and Roving Fibrous Materials, 310
  • Sutcliffe, James, Water Gauges, 416
  • Su cliffe, S., and James Stocks, Furnaces, 217 Swain, William, Heating and Ventilating, 60 Suitt, Godwin Meade Pratt, an Erin! Cha•
  • riot, 31
  • Swift, Robert Fowler, and Richard Swift, and John Corms, Washing and Mangling Clothes and Fabrics, 370
  • Sykes, Frederick /Leary, Feeding Boilers with Water, 159
  • Symonds, Cotton, Ships' Night Signals, 123 Symons. Charles Edward, Oxide of Lead and Its Salts, 113
  • Szerelmny, Nicolaus Charles, Rendering Walls and other Structures NVaterproof. 69 Szercliney, N. C., Coating Wooden and Iron Vessels, 426
  • Tabourin, G. Antoine, Rotative Engine, 217 Talabat,Leon, Iron and Steel, 162
  • Talbot, Furnaces used in the Mantafacture of Iron 258
  • Tangs e, James, and Joseph Tangyei Lifting Jack, 296
  • Taplin, William Henry, Fire.places and Stoves, 295
  • Taylor, Barnabas, Bed and Utensils, 332 Taylor, Caleb, Material Suitable for Covering Floors, 387
  • Taylor. George Edward, Raising and Shearing Cloths, 311
  • Taylor, James, Producing Fire and Light, 388 Taylor, J., Crushing various Substance.), 1132 Taylor, J., Manures, 160
  • Taylor, J., Governors for the Engines of Screw Steamers, 159
  • Taylor, J., and Edward Owen, Yellow Prus-slate of Potass, 162
  • Taylor, J. Compens%ting Crano, 141
  • Taylor, John George, %Vriting Materials. 466 Taylor, John Horace, Bucket and Valve Seats for Bilge and other Pumps. 25!) Taylor, J. IL, Regulating the Flow of Fluids, 295, 313
  • Taylor, Robert, Richard Vorswick, and John L'vatt. Railway Chairs, 350
  • Taylor, Samuel Lawrence, and Thomas Eaton Rolfe, Boilers for Generating Steam, 236 Taylor, Thomas John, Stereoscope, 162 Taylor, William, Producing Ornamental Effects upon Fabrics, 33
  • Taylor, W., Iron and Steel, 238
  • Teattles, Mathew, Tools for Cutting Cylindrical and Conical Forms, 53
  • Terry, Alexander Robert, Cutting Sugar, 51 Testelin, Emile, Electricity as a Motive Power, 311
  • Therrlo, Laurent P., Railway Brakes, .164 Thom,James, Fixing Artificial Teeth, 143 Thomas, Richard Handley, Converting Plastic Substances into Spherical Forms, 312 Thomas, W. Frederick, Sewing Mach Ines, Thomann', Dominico, Easy Chairs and Chamber Commodes, 295
  • Thompson, Henry, Pianofortes, 46;)
  • Thompson, Henry, and Henry Walinsicy, Looms for Weaving, 311
  • Thompson, James Jefferson, Gasometers ap- , plicable to Lighting Railway Carriages. 238 Thompson, IV Lilian), and Hamilton Woods, Lowering Weights by means of Cranes, W inches, or similar Apparatus, 389 Thomsoc, David, Rotary Pumps, 312 Thomson, Francis Hay, Iron, 200
  • Thomson, James, Mowing and Reaping 111a-chines, 237
  • Thomson. William, Stoves or Heating Apparatus, 332
  • Thornthwaite, Wm. Henry, Barometers, 220 Thornton, Ebenezer. Furnaces, 13
  • Thornton, James, Bricks, Tiles and Tubes of Earthenware, 199
  • Thurlow, Thomas Lyon, Reaping Machines, 33 Thurslield, Joseph, Water-Ram for Raising Water, 312
  • Thwaites, Jobn Hall, holding Postago or Receipt Stamps, 15
  • Tilghman, Benjamin Chew, Treating Fatty and Oily Substances, 4i n'
  • Tindall, Robert, jun., Harpoon •Guns and Ammunition, 3451
  • Todd, William, and Jacob Todd, Power-Looms, I.12
  • Todd, William, Treatment of Yarns, 964 TolLein. Henry, and Joseph Middleton, Pianofortes, 407
  • Tonics. Stephen. and Joseph and William Breeden. Gas Burner, 351
  • Toussaint, Joseph Ferdinand, Facilitating the Examination and Diseol,ery of Fissures in the Inserted or Hidden Parts of Machinery subject to Decay and Rupture, 313
  • Townsend, Thomas Jackson Milnes, Drain Pipes, 100
  • Tozer, James Honiball, Travelling Caps, 448 'frappes, Henry, Sliding Drawer, Applicable to all steam Engines, 406
  • Travis, George, Cheese, 247, 370
  • Travis, William, Furnaces, 217
  • Treeby, Thomas Wright Gardner, Sewers and Gulleys, 218
  • Tripe, Julius Deeimus. Valves, Taps, Ste., 52 Tucker, Edward, Starch, 497
  • Turnbull, Robert, Cradles for Heaving up Ships, OS Turnbull, It., Slips or Ways for Heaving up and Moving Ships, and in Cradles, 340 Turner, Archibald, Elastic Fabrics, 14, 387 Turner, Charles, and Louis Waterman!), Hats made from Straw,Gram, Palm.Leaf, Sic., 143 Turner, John, Breml, 21y Turner, Joseph, Oscillating Cylinder Stearn Engines, 68
  • Turner, Thomas, Alarm and Detector in Cases of Burglary, 125
  • Turner, T , and Henry Boyens, Steering Vessels and Apparatus for Signalling between the Deck and Engine Room of Steam Vessels, 141
  • Turner, William Allen, Starch, 126
  • Tyler, Henry Whatley, Permanent Way of Railways, 198, 426
  • Tytherleigh, William, Bullets and Shots, 237
  • Underhil I, Wm. Scott, Wringing Machines, 485
  • Underwood, John, Printing, 3M Unwin, Ilenry, Application of Waste Heat from Coke Ovens, 161
  • Urquhart, William, Ornamenting Household Furniture, 238
  • Usher. Alfred Austin, Moderator Lamp, 4-18
  • Van Abbott, Geo. Washington, Bank Notes, 51
  • Vanderborgnt, Michael Joseph, Producing simultaneously the Threefold Effect of Castings Breaking.oir, and Rubbing Printing Characters, 428
  • Vanuoy, Henry, Heating Foot Stoves, 87 Varley, Cromwell Fleetwood, Electric Telegraphs, 15
  • Vasserot, Charles Frederic, Beverage, 10G Vioserot, C. F., Paint, 106
  • Vasserot, C. F., Gasogene, 103
  • Vasserot, C. 1'., Covering all Descriptions of Grain with a Manure, and the Apparatus employed for th.. same. Vasserot, C. , Phosphoric Fu.ce, 10S Vasserot, C. F., Hydrostatic Bellows, 108 Vaughan, Horace, ilardening and Tempering Steel, 51
  • Verde, Francois Auguste, and Emond Michel, Extract, from Madder for Dyeing sus Priming, bU Wadsworth, Jas. Heating and Ventilating, 15 Wagotail, John Cheesuman, Felted Cloth, 50 Walemi, ‘villiam Henry, Electric Depositions of Metals and Metallic Alloys, 448 Walker, Andrew Barclay,Heating Fluids, 182 Walker, Peter, Distilling, and in the Manufacture of Vinegar. 106
  • Walker, Robert Porter. Hulling and Scouring Coffee, 428
  • Walker, William Thomas, Exhausting and Regulating the Flow of Gas, and Cleansing and 1Varming Gas Apparatus, 143
  • Walmsley. Samuel, Spinning 1-"fibrous Materials, 369
  • Walton, Fre4erick, Plastic Composition, 107 Walton.F., W ireCardsforMetallicbruahes.370 ‘Valtun, F., aid John Pinson, Stamping Metals, 485
  • Walton. Joseph, Looms for Weaving.123 Warburton, James, Preparing and Combing Wool, 331
  • Warburton, J., Preparing and Combing Fibres, 331
  • Warburton, J., Carding Machinery, 331 Ward, Frederick Oldfield, and Frederick Wynants, Manure, 4t.05
  • Ward, John, Manures. 276
  • Wardell, Robert, Reaping Machines. 291 Waresquiel, Albert, Railway Carriages, 236 Warhck, Ferdinand Charles, Generating Steam, 44G Warne, James, Metals applicable to Decorative and Useful Purposes, 1U7 1V arne, William, Deckle Straps, 80
  • Watkins, Francis, Spikes and Rivets, 88 Watkins, F., Rivets, Bolts, and Spikes, 409 Watkins, Leonard William, Putty, .52 W:itson, Frederick, Plastic Compositions, 389 Watson. John Forrest, Watches, 113
  • Watson, Thomas, and Thomas Singleton, Loons, 123
  • Watt, W Preparing Indian Corn and other Grain, 87
  • Way. John Thomas, Soap, 388
  • Way, J.T.,Obtaining Light by Electricity, 371 \Void, William. Printing or Staining, and otherwise Preparing Yarns. 331
  • Weild, W., Looms for Weaving. 121
  • Weiss. Charles, and Henry Lister. Finishing of Mohair and other Textile Fabrics, 256 Weiss, C., 11. Lister, and J. Mitchell, Finishing Wool and other Textile Fabrics, 236 Welch, Edward. Fire-places and Flues, 447 %Vela, George, Metallic Pens and Penholders, 388
  • Wells, Joseph Henry George, Pumps and Valves, 49
  • Westlake, J.Cleansing and Dressing Ores, 428 \V lieatluy, Thomas, and 11 illiam Wheatley, Fog Signals, 13
  • Wheattnati, John, and John Smith, Grinding Circular Saws, 258
  • Wheelhouse, Thomas, and John Greenwood, Ventilating Vehicles in Motion, 461
  • Whines, John, Dovetailing, Grooving, Slotting. and ttabbetting, Whitaker, Edmund, Alfred Law, and James Fletcher, Steam Engines. 425
  • Whitaker, Frederick, Sewing and Embroidering, 426
  • White. George, D)eing and Printing Textile Fibres and Fabrics, 141
  • White, George, Weaving, 27.5 1Nhite, G., Glass Furnaces, 312
  • White, Thomas, Boots and Shoo, 33 White, William, Moulds or Matrices em• ployed in Casting Metals, 389
  • Whitehead, John, Boilers, 18u Whitehead, Thomas, Spinning Flax, Tow, and Hemp, 291
  • Whitehead, William, Cards for Jacquard Mechanism, 447
  • ‘Vbitesmith, Isaac, and William Whitesmitb, NYeaving. 426
  • Whittles, Henry, and Robert Schofield. Slide Valves of Steam Engines, and in the Mode of Working the same, 123
  • Whowell, Charles, Stretching. Drying, and Finishing Woven Fabrics, 121
  • Wicks, Peter, and Thomas Goulston Ghisiin. Adapting the Fibrous Plants of South Africa, 331
  • Wickens, Henry, Protecting the Throat against Garottiag, 15
  • Wieland, J. F., Cleaning the Teeth, 313 Wiggs, Charles James, Supplying Steam Boilers with Water, 101
  • Wigram, William Knox, Igniting Lucifer Matches, 33
  • Wiles, William Gresham, Brewing, 333 Wiley, William Edward, Metal Pens and Penholders, 182
  • Wiley, W. E.. Ever Pointed Pencils, 408 Wiley,W.E.eBoxes for contiiningArticles,407 Wiley, W. E., Ever-pointed Pencil Cases, 219 Wilkes, John, Thomas Wilkes, and Gilbert Wilkes. Rollers for Printing Fabrics, 255
  • Wilkins, Willi Flushing Apparatus, 142
  • Wilkins, \V., Laying Submarine Cables, 388
  • Wilkins, W ., Cannon. 142
  • Wilkinson, C. Cave, Carving Forks, 199 Wilkinson, W. Lighting and in Lamps, 199 Wilke, Lot, Signalling between the Guards and Engine Drivers of Railway Trains,160 Williams, Charles Wyc, Furnace Grates and Fire Bars,g 86
  • Williams, C. ‘V., Charging Furnaces with Fuel, 49
  • Williams, C. W., Increasing the Draught and Promoting the Combustion of the Fuel in Furnaces, 159
  • Williams, Joel, Cocks or Taps, 276 Williams, John, Lowering and Stopping Anchor Chains, 1.59
  • Williams, J , Common Road Vehicles, 180 Williams, John Allin, Ploughing Land by Steam Power, 125
  • Williams, William, Propeller, 350 `Williamson, John, and Francis Williamson, John Wright and Joseph Wadsworth, Looms, 484
  • Willis, H. Supplying Alr to Organs, &c., 332 Willis, H., Organs, 143
  • Wilson, Robt. Raising or Forcing Fluids, 409 Willis, Thomas, and George Chell, Spinning and Winding Yarn, 484
  • Wilson, George, Weaving, 19S Wilson, George Fergusson, Treating I3ur-mese and such like Petroleum, s7, 126 Wilson, G. F., Candles, 108
  • Wilson, John, Steel, 52
  • Wilton, Thomas, and John thiggett, Regulating the Flow of Gas, Sc., 332
  • 'Wimball, Henry, Pugmills, 332
  • Wimball, H., Bricks, Tiles, Pipes, Sc., 15 Wirnshurst, Henry William, Sheet Metal, 108 Winder, Thos. Robt. Submarine Works, 311 Wingate, Thomas, Screw Propellers, 141 Withnall, James, Rollers for Printing Surfaces. 389
  • Withn 11, J.,Rollers for Printing Surfaces, 258 ithnall. Thomas, Metallic Rollers or Cylinders, 182
  • Wood, Edward Robert, Labels, 219
  • Wood, William, Carpets and other Pile Fabrics, 181
  • Woodley, John, and Henry Her bert S win-lord, Sewing. Machines, 231
  • Woodward, Frederick Grindlay Howard, Medicine for th% Cure of Dropsy, 09 Worrall, John Mayo, FuAians, 124
  • Worrall, J. M., Finishing a certain Description of Fustians called " Diagonals," 142 Wri;tht, Alexander, Malt, 143
  • Wright. Charles EmIlus, Lubricating Compounds, 53
  • Wright, David Falconer, Raising and Forcing Fluids, 162
  • Wright, George, Heating, 388
  • Wright, G., Stove Grates or Fire-places, 142 Wright, John Turner, and Edwin Payton Wright, Coverings for Vehicles, 426 Wright, Josiah, Bleaching. Straw Plait and Straw, 312
  • Wright, Robert Alfred, and Louis Jules Fondle, Chemical Decompositions by Means of Superheated Steam and Water, 312 Wright, Richard, Steam Boilers, 446
  • Wright, Samuel, Gas Regulators, 199 Wright, William, Feeding Fires, 461 Wrigley, Francis, Cutting Tobacco, 161 Wylie, John, Pianofortes, 331
  • Yarrow, Thomas, Locomotive Steam-engines, 255
  • Yeldham, Stephen, Indices to Books, 628 Young, William, Fire-places, 161
  • Zibelin, Jean Alexander, Fabrication of Artificial Wines, Brandy, and Vinegar, 29G Ziegler, Ernest, Substitute for Animal Charcoal, 409
  • Zipser, Wilhelm, and Johann Peter Klein, Woollen Cloth, 181

Complete Specifications. Subject Matter.

  • Cutting Corks, Amos Pierce Charnberlain,179 140
  • Engines for Hydraulic Purposes, John Smith Barden. Aaron Watkins, Rockwood Holmes Hinkley. and Daniel Franklin Child, 254 140
  • Grinding Card Cylinders of Carding Engines, Jonathan Parker, 293
  • Gunpowder, Henry Hodges, 179
  • Preventing the Overheating and Bursting of Steam-boilers, Edwd. H. Ashcroft, 403
  • Srnoke.preventing A pparatus, Jean Jacques Bouvert, and F. Isidore Jean Pascal, 103 Steam Train for Navigating Shallow Rivers, John Bourne, 103
  • Stopping Carriages on Ordinary Roads, John (edge, 405

Abstracts of Specifications. Subject Matter.

  • Abating the Smells and Increasing the Fertilising Usefulness of Liquid Manures, Sir James Murray, 86
  • Accelerating Tanning, Prix Auguste Theodore Inchon, 106
  • Action of Upright Pianofortes, William Mills, 182, 276
  • Actuating the Brakes of Carriages used on Railways, and for Coupling, George Hardstaff, 159
  • Actuating Railway Brakes, Jules Alexandre Petiet, 369
  • Adapting the Fibrous Plants of South Africa, Peter Wilks and Thomas Goulaton Gbislin, 331
  • Adjustable Connexion applicable to Agricultural Implements, Henry Cogan, 447 Adjusting Chandeliers, Joseph and Edmund Ratcliffe, 332
  • Advertising in Vehicles. Theatres, and Public Places, Henry Schmidt, 428
  • Aerial Navigation, Benj. O'Neal Stratford, 310 Affixing Stamps and Labels to Documents, George Brook Price. 409
  • Agricultural Engines and Implements, Collinson Hall and Thomas Charlton, 387 Agricultural Implements, Richard Emery. 14 Air Beds, Cushions, and other like Inflated and Fluid.tight Apparatus or Bag, Johu Macintosh, 370
  • Air and Water Discharge Apparatus, George McCallan, 180
  • Mr and Waterproof Coatings, W. Clark, 50 Alarm Apparatus when using Electric Cur. rents, Joseph Seelie Greenhow, 371 Alarm and Detector In Cases of Burglary, Thomas Turner, 125
  • Alarms, Richard Houchin, jun., 160
  • " AlizarIne," Edward Mucklow, 220
  • Amalgamation of Precious Metals, Robert Ker Aitchison, 107
  • Amalgamating certain Substances for the Production of Fuel, 'William Neville, 313 An Aerial Chariot, G. M. P. Swift, 31
  • Anchors, Michael Burke, 13
  • Same: Havcroft, 86
  • Benj. Ilingley, and S.tm. Hingley,310, 386 Annealing of Glass, and the Firing of Pottery. Ware, Samuel Neville, 1C7
  • Annealing Wire, John Ryland., 183 Anti-Garotte Cravat, A. P. How. 125 Anti-syphilitic Compound, Theo, Lipkan, 409 Application of Centrifugal Force in Purifying :Minerals, Joseph N. Victor Cadiat. 162 Application of Certain Substances for Food, as a Source of Nutrition and Support to tho Respiratory Organs of Animals, W. E. Newton, 389
  • Application and Mode of Working Eccentrics on Seam Engines, H. Cartwright, 141 Application of Papier ?clache, James Broad,217 Application of Steam to Lifting or Hoisting, Thomas Nathaniel Pengelly, and George Porter, 310
  • Application of Waste Heat from Coke Ovens, Henry Unwin, 161
  • Applying Brakes to Railway Carriages, George Frederick Lee Meakio. 180
  • Applying Cranes, Applying Motive Power for the same, John Stanley, 407
  • Applying a certain Colouring Matter, either singly or in Combination with other Colouring Matters, to W oven or Felted Fabrics, .arc., Richard I)ugdale Kay,142
  • Applying Fuel for Heating Purposes, Ebenezer Rogers, 313 '
  • Applying Marks on Paper for Postal Pur-poses,Jean Jaques Constant Benoist,312
  • Applying Metals over Surfaces by Galvano. alastic Process, Eugene Theodore Nou-aihier, mid Jean Baptiste Provost. 52
  • Applying Starch or other Semi-fluid Matter by Machinery to Woven Fabrics, James Gilroy, 142
  • Applying Steam or other Aeriform Fluids expansively in Engines, J. Smith, 255 Arrangement to Facilitate the Movement of Locomotives on Common Roads. 483 Arranging Ships' and other Similar Pumps, William Roberts, 105
  • Articles of Iron, Samuel Thomas Crook, 334 Artificial Coral, James Spence, 219
  • Artificial Flowers Aimable Antoinnette, 389 Artificial Fuel, Richard Reeves Cox, 51 Artificial Flowers and Fruits, A. Gatti, 407 Artificial Hands, G. Perez De Fermini, 107 Artificial Ices, W. S. Clark, 485
  • Artificial Leather, C. Cowper, 258
  • Frederick Char:es Jeune. 200
  • Artificial Legc, W. E. Newton, 258
  • Artificial Light, Bernhard Samuelson, 4S5 Artificial Stone, Pierre Alexandre Barteau, Gabriel Guy, and Charles Correy, 370 Joseph Ellis, 427
  • Ascertaining and Indicating the Number of, and Distance Travelled by, Passenger. in Public Carriages, and the Fares Paid, A. H. A. Durant, 198
  • Attaching Knobs and Handles, John Rock Day and Joseph Lester !links, 86 Attaching Knobs to Spindles, William Henry Collins, 276
  • Charles William Ramie, 388
  • Axles, Charles Cammel, 369
  • A xeltree Boxes, Railway, W. J. Curtis, Azure Blue for Domestic Purposes, Charles Bruton, sen., Charles Bruton, jun., Francis James Bruton, and Samuel ltogers Burton, 219
  • Backs and Covers of Books, Joseph W illiam Schlesinger, 409
  • Baking Bread, &c.. William Ramsay Nevins and Joseph John Yates, 275
  • Ball or other Cocks, G. Eskholme and H. 'Wilkes, 108
  • Band Fastenings, Alexander Forrest, 161 Bands or Bolts for Driving Machinery, Godfrey Ermen and Francis Spencer, 198 Bank Notes, George W. Van Abbott, 51 Barometers. Wm. Henry Thornthwaite, 220 Beaters used in Threshing Machines, Henry Bradley and Elmit Wray, 237
  • Beating and Brushing Carpets, Emanuel Berger and Jules Edouard Matile, 256 Bed and Utensils, Barnabas Taylor, 332 Beds and Mattresses, George Ritchie, 50 Bee Hive, Francois Menusier, 359 Beer-engine or Syphon and Vent Peg, to be Used for the Purpose of Drawing or Pumping Ales, Beer, or other Fluids, L. D. Jackson. 107
  • Benumbing any Part of the Human Frame Previous to a Surgical Operation, for the Purpose of Performing the said Operation without Pain, Charles Tho-mu Robert Prynn, 3S9
  • Better Organisation of the Instrumental Music Scale, J. T. Pitman, 143
  • Beverages, Thomas Frederick Henley, S8 Charles Frederic Vasserot, 106
  • Billiard 'fables, Victor Blumberg, 485 Binding Books, Jean Baptiste Leuillet, 334 Bits for Horses. Frederick Decastro Jones, 220 Blacking for Polishing Boots, &c,, James Hansher, 161
  • Blanks of Forks and other Tools, William Levesley, 389
  • Bleaching Straw Plait and Straw, Josiah Wright, 312
  • Bleaching Textile Fabrics, and Materials used for Making Paper, Colin Hunter, 123 Blinds, Screens, and Reflectors, Charles Chats!, 388
  • Blinds for Windows, Virginie Bacquoville Pieters, 418
  • Blooming Iron, James Abbott, jun., Richard Handley Thomas, John Young, Roll Turner, and James Edward Hunt, .165
  • Buoys, Floats, or other Buoyant Vessels, William Edward Newton, 310
  • Bobbin-Net or Twist Lace, George Watson Pye, and Thomas Oldknow, 484
  • Bobbin Net or Twist Lace Machinery, James lied .ate, E. Ellis, and J. Cropper, 32
  • Bolts for Doors, Charles Iles, 295
  • Bolts and Rivets, R. Archibald Brooman, 313
  • .1.1111CA Marrow, 333
  • Boilers, Henry Adcock, 310
  • Henry Batchelor, 13
  • Henry Cater, 104
  • David Cheetham, s5
  • David Hamilton Fowler, S5
  • Benjamin Goodfellow, 31
  • Robert Harlow, 104
  • William Heywood, 123
  • Joseph Bennett Howell, and Nicholas Harvey, 85
  • James Lord, and William Soothill, 159
  • Robert Morrison, 111
  • Jason J. Palmer, 274
  • David Partrid,4e, 198
  •  :.;aniuel Lawrence Taylor, and Thomas Eaton Rolle, 236
  • John Whitehead, 180
  • Richard Wright, 416
  • Boilers and Furnaces, William Johnson, 254
  • Bolts, Rivets, Spikes, Screwblanks, Nuts for Screws, and Washers, L. Bower, 107
  • Boots, William Edward Newton, 427
  • Boots and Shoes, John King, Thomas White, 33
  • Boots, Shoes, and Clogs, Dennis Grundy. 371
  • Bouts and Shoes or other Coverings for the Feet, J. Bernard, 113
  • Robert Kanzow Bowley, 332
  • Boring and Cutting Stone, Earth, and other like Substances, and for Ventilating the Places where such Machinery is employed, Daniel Colladon, 371
  • Bottles and their Stoppering', Joseph Scott, 312 Boxes for containing Articles, W. E. W iley. 107 Boxes and similar Articles, W . Kendall, 371 Bracelets, Antoine Decle, and Francois Alex. andre Dratilt, 113
  • Brakes, Railway, Austin Chambers. and William Harrison Champion, 141
  • Edward Finch, 291
  • Francois RuAlem, 275 1Villiam Hill, 406
  • Brake, Railway, illiam R. Jackson, 160 Elor Jean Baptiste Ledure, 105
  • Brakes, James Edward M'Connell, 198 Brakes, Railway and other, Henry Myers, and Charles Askew and John Askew, 111 Brakes, Railway Laurent, Prosper Therrin, 164 Brakes, Railway, and Carriages, George Rag. gett, 330
  • Bread, John Pettigrew, 52
  • John Turner, 219
  • Bread and Bi3cuits, Julien Blanc, 200 Breaking and Scratching Flax, A. Koch, 181 Breakwaters, James Abernethy, 219 Breech-loading Guns and Pistols, Charles Crickrnay, 112
  • Charles Greves, 295
  • Brewing, William Gresham Giles. 333
  • Bricks and other Articles of Earthenware, Gabriel Arthur, 332
  • Bricks and Tiles, Richard Bradley and William Craven, 1.27
  • Joseph Pimlott Oates, 237
  • Bricks, William Gorse and Samuel Pollock, 485
  • John Francis Porter, AT Bricks, Pipes, and other Ware, from Mineral Substances, William Henry Smith, Jas. Cadman and Joseph Cadman, 14.09
  • Bricks, Tiles and Tubes of Earthenware, James Thornton, 199
  • Bridges and Arched Structures, Henry Thomas Helyer, 181
  • Brine to be used in the Manufacture of Salt, Geo. Lauder and Thomas Ireland, 312 Bruisirg and Grindiny, Vegetable Substances, John Hartley, -117
  • Brushes especially applicable to Painters' Brushes, William Greenslade and James Wood, 11;2
  • James Smith, 295
  • Brushes , J. Stephens, 238
  • Bucket and Valve Seats for Bilge and other Pumps, John Horace Taylor, 255
  • Buckle or Fastening, Frederick John Jones, 276
  • Buffing Apparatn; for 'Railway Engines and Carriages, James Dry,dale Malcolm, 406
  • Buffing, Bearing and Draw Springs, and Buffer Cases for Railway Purposes, Henry Bridges, 236
  • Buildings, William Bridges Adams, 142 Bullets and Shots, William Tytherleigh, 237 Burners and Shades or Reflectors, William Footman, 182
  • Burning of Gas, Alfred Augustus de Regi. paid Hely, 371
  • John Robert Reid Ilumfrys. 256
  • Burning Pyrotechnio Compositions, John Nloule, 200
  • Buttons, Alexander Delon, 295
  • W. E. Newton, 125
  • William Poupard, 199
  • Calks for the Shoes of Animals, Edward Maynard, 141
  • Candle Lantern, Kenneth f,. Sunderland, 370 Candles, Thomas NI (Aden smith and 'Cornelius Burke, 296
  • Candles, (1. F. Wilson, 108
  • Candles and Night Lights, Samuel Clarke, 313 Cannon, W. Wilkins, 142
  • Canopy for Carriages and Places, Thomas Layzell Seowen. 33U Caps, A. Idlers Goodman and L. Goodman, 70 Caps and such-like Articles, Louis Braun, -15 Capstans, Thomas Brown, 218
  • Capsules for containing Medicines, W. E. Newton, 35
  • Carbonising Substances for the Production of Gas, George Danre, Pierre Fortune Victor Mouillard, and Pierre Adrien Mercier, 238
  • Cards for Jacquard Mechanism, William Whitehead, 447
  • Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Materials, Thomas Sidebottom Adshead and Abraham Holden, 255
  • Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Substances Samuel Faulkner, 237
  • Carding Engiues, J. H. Johnson, 181
  • A. V. Newton, 275, 331
  • Carding Engines and Condensers, James Apperly and William Clissold, 447 Carding Machinery, J. Warburton, 331 Carding Fibrous Materials, Peter ltothwell A rrowsinith and Robert Caunce, 484 Carding Wool and other Fabrics, Isaac Holden, 124
  • Carpets, James Merrylees, 484
  • Carpets and other Pile Fabrics, William Wood, 181
  • Carpets,Wearing Apparel,&c.,R.Cresswel1,4S4 Carpets, J. Smith, 331
  • Carriage Lamps and Fittings, Howard Ashton I lolden, 294
  • Carriages, William Findlater and William Keetley, 216
  • Cartridges and Bullets, together with an Apparatus for Producing the same, Edward Lindner, 218
  • Carving Forks, Charles Cave Wilkinson, 258 Cast Iron Pipes, David Yoolow Stewart, 126 Cast Steel, Sir Francis Charles Knowles, 258
  • Charles Lenz, 143
  • Robert Mushet, 295
  • C. Pauvert, 220
  • Casting and Finishing Cocks, William James Payne. 33
  • Casting and Finishing Types and Vignettes used for Printing, F. Constance, 108
  • Casting Metallic Articles, A. V. Newton, 161
  • Casting Metals, J. H. Johnson, 162
  • Casting Railway Chairs, Thomas Howard Head and Joseph Wright, 255
  • Castors, Julien Charles Dubois, 407
  • Joseph Morel, 50
  • Cement, Henry Young Darracott Scott. 161
  • Cement, Mortar, and Artificial Stone, Edward Logs, 33
  • Centrifugal Machines, Andrew MlOnie. 108
  • Chaff-cutting Machines, John Comes, 14
  • H. Smith, 294
  • Chain Harrows, W. C. Cambridge, 350
  • Chain Pump, Charles Henry Murray, 180
  • Chains, John Dangerfleld, 126
  • Chains for Cables and other Purposes, Edward Edwards. 180
  • Chandelier, Edward Curtis Kemp, 42T Charcoal Filter for Cleansing Spirits, William Hood, 408
  • Charging Furnaces with Fuel, C. W. W illiams, 49
  • Checking the Honesty of Omnibus Conductors, &c., Richard Laming, 159
  • Cheese, Joseph Howard, jun., and William Leek, 370
  • George Travis, 257, 370
  • Check upon Drivers, Conductors, by indicat ingthe N umber of Passengers carried, and the Distance each has Travelled. Isaac Sherwood and Joseph Blount W a) ne, 330
  • Chemical Decompositions by means of Superheated Steam and Water, Robert Alfred Wright and Louis J. Fouche, 312 Chimney Cans or Caps, John Milner. IS Chimney Cap or Cowl and Ventilator, William Lawrence, 50
  • Chimney Tops or Cowls, J. S. Hendy, 142 Chopping Loaf Sugar and other Substances, George Mountford, 257
  • Churns for Producing Butter. W. S. Clark and Benjamin Moore, 447
  • Churns, W. Blacklidge, jun., and G. Read. 417 Circular Brushes, A. P. / low, .109
  • Circular Gas Burners and their Chimneys, Andrew Steinmetz, 87
  • Cleaning Casks, George Chappellpotts, 162 John Henry Francis and Robert Ord, .109 Cleaning the Inside of Casks, Thomas Humphrey Roberts, 485
  • Cleaning Grain, Jacques Richard, 350 Cleaning Iron and other Metals, Richard J ohnson, 238
  • Cleaning Knives and other similar Articles, Elkan Adler and Francis Barber, 311
  • Elkan Adler and It. P. Abernethy. 311 Cleaning & Polishing Knives,W. S. Clark, 465 Cleaning Knives, Charles Richard 011itre and James Arming Gola, 87
  • Cleaning the Bottoms of Iron Ships while Afloat, Charles Robertson, 461 Cleaning the Teeth, John Fredk.Wleland, 313 Cleaning and Purifying Wheat and Grain, Robert Ilanham Collyer. 276
  • Cleansing and Dressing Ores. J. Westlake, 2i Cleansing and l)ryiug Animal and Vegetable substances. T. Lowes, 296
  • Cleansing the Waste Woollen from such Waste Substances, David Carter, .117 Cleansing & Drying Substances. T. Lawes,70 Clearing and Ploughing Land, Viotor Augustin Kientzy, 105
  • ('losing Bottles and other Receptacles, William Geddes Borron, 410
  • Closing the Supply Cocks of Gas Burners, John Oldham, 50
  • Coal Gas, Alexander Angus Croll, 50
  • Coating Roofs to make them Impervious to Wet, W. E. Newton, 218
  • Coffins, William Henry Brown, 126
  • Coating the Surfaces of the Cells of Galvanic Batteries, Stanislaus Yoga, 418 Coating Iron and other Metal, G. Bedson, 108 Coating Iron or other Metals with Tin, G. T. Bousfield, 126
  • Coating Iron and other Metals with Metallic Substances, James Hamilton, 257 Coating Metal with Metal and Metallic Compounds, G. Bedson, 162
  • Coating Metals with Zinc.;li. A. Brooman,258 Coating and Insulating Wire. G. Bedson, 88 Coating Wrought Iron, Rev. J. Burrow, 389 Coats and Waistcoats, William Gwillim Merrett, 276
  • Cocks or 'raps, Joel Williams, 276
  • Cocks and Valves, Thomas W. Rayner, 144 Cocks tzuitable for Water, Steam, or Gas, Alfred Dawson, 36
  • Coiled Springs, A. V. Newton, 311
  • Coke, William Cory, jun.. 389
  • Collars and Wristbands, J. Crawley, sen., 161 Collecting for Use theExcrement of Towns and Village% Jasper Wheeler Rogers, 311 Columns, Pilasters, and other similar Struc. tures of Granite, Marbles, and other Stones capable of receiving a High Polish. Alexander NI 'Donald, 69 Combing Wool, Joseph Sharp Bailey, 32 Combing Wool and other Fibres, Isaac Holden 124
  • Combing Wool, Silk, or other Fibrous Materials, John Sugden, 94
  • Combining Ploughs with Locomotive Engines, Francis Hamilton. Charles Burrell and James Boy dell, 124
  • Combininc, Steam-engine and Boilers, when Usede' with Screw or Stern Propellers of Ships or Vessels, Goo. Story More, 10.1 Comforters, Scarfs, and other like Coverings for the Neck, Pierre Ernest Lanaud de Lasigerie, 125
  • Communicating Signals from the Captain on Deck to the Engineer Below, George I lornsey, 464
  • Compensating Crane, J Taylor, 144 Composition for Sharpening and Setting Fine Edged Cutting Instruments, Louis Etienne Deplanque, 312
  • Compounds of Alumina and Magnesia, D. Baker, 162
  • Compounds resembling Gotta Percha, Edward Joseph Hughes, 70
  • Compressed Yeust, Making, A. Hensel, 144 Compressing Clay applicable to the Manufacture of Bricks, &c., G. T. Bousfield, 257 Concentrating and Preserving Milk, Joseph House, 52
  • Conductors of Electric Telegraphs, Felix Marie Baudouin, 311
  • Connecting the Ends of Cables, William Barnard De Blaquiere, 485
  • Connecting and Applying Reserved Power for the Application of Railway Brakes in Sudden Emergencies, W. E. New ton, 68
  • Connecting and Disconnecting Pipes or Tubes, Benjamin Webster Owrid, 162
  • Connecting the Feed Pipes of Locomotive Engines and Tenders,Jas. Fenton, 180
  • Connecting Pipes to the Basins of Water-closets and NVashhand Basins, Jesse Bridgwood, 142
  • Connecting Rails of Railways, J. Morris, 464 Connecting Spindles of Locks and Latches, Nathan Agar, 407
  • Constructing Boxes for Journals and other Bearings, Thomas Briggs Smith, 14 Constructing Dry Docks and Basins for the Stowage of Ships, Charles Langley, 237 Constructing and Heating Buildings, It. A. Brooman, 199
  • Consuming Furnaces, P. A. le Comte de Fon-tainemoreau, 4.16
  • Consuming Gas, James Ilansor, 311 Consuming the Smoke and Gases of Furnaces, and Furnishing a Hot Air Blast, Charles Barlow, 310
  • Consuming Smoke and Generating Heat, Richard I.eake, and Matt. Sykes, 369 Consuming Smoke, J. Russell Chibnall, 123 Consuming Smoke in Chimneys and Furnaces, Donald Bethune, 310
  • Consuming the Smoke of Furnaces, John Mid. dleton, 123
  • Consumption of Smoke in Furnaces, Thomas Holmes, 69
  • Converting Plastic Substances into Spherical Forms, Richard Handley Thomas, 312 Cooking Apparatus, producing a Saving of Fuel and Time, J. Francois Maire, 277 Cooling and Evaporating, E. Mucklow, 220
  • Copying Presses NV V. S. Clark, 4`5Copying and other Presses, L;eorgo Newton, 389
  • Corded Skirtings, Robert Smith, 70
  • Cords to be used in Skirts and Petticoats, Elias Bowcock, 141
  • Cork Holder for Bottles, A. P. How 389
  • F Covering loors, Material Suitable for, Caleb Taylor, :047
  • Covering all Descriptions of Grain with a Manure, and the Apparatus employed for the same, C. F. Vasserot, 105
  • Coverings for Vehicles, John Turner Wright, and Edwin Payton Wright, 426
  • Counting Envelopes, Cards, &c., W. E. Newton, ,C.:)
  • Counting and Inserting Wire in Blocks of Wood for the Purpose of Printing on Linen and Paper, and for all Printing l'urposes, E. Augustin Pagneare, 257
  • Coupling Pipes and Conduits, in the Machinery for Manufacturing the Hoops to bo used in Connecting such Pipes, Columns, and Conduits, Hugh Greaves, 257
  • Cradles for Heaving up Ships, Robert Turnbull, 60
  • Cramps for Flooring, Elijah Aldis, 447 Cranes, Walter Henderson Sisterson, 126 Cranked Shafts or A x le% Thomas Howard, 162 Creating or Increasing Draughts and Currents, William Petrie, 257
  • Crown and Sheet Glass, W. Perks, jun , 313 Crushing various Substances, J. Taylor, 162 Cultivating Land. A. V Newton. 331 Cultivation of Land by Steam Power, William Massey, 426
  • Cultivator of Land, Thomas Knight, 447 Curing or Preventing the Scab in Sheep, and the Mange, Prime Itaban Jones, 371 Curry Comb, J. 1'. Pitman, 408
  • Currying Leather, Andre P. Rochette, 388 Cut-oil Gear from Steam Engines, W. E. Newton, 464
  • Cutting Corks, Amos Pierce Chamberlain, 408 or Making Corks, Francis 13. Howell, 15 and Gathering Fruit, '1'. M. Jones, 4'44 Gutters for Irrigating Land,J.Bickford,465 Irregular Forms, Arthur Kinder, 408 Metals or other Hard Substances, W. E. Newton, 163
  • Screw Threads, W. E. Newton, 257 Sugar, Robert Alexander Perry, 51 Sugar and other Substances, T. Keddy, 408 Standing Crops, W. E. Newton, 218 Tobacco, Francis Wrigley. 161
  • Turnips or other Vegetable Substances, John Shaw, and W. Manwaring, 237 Vegetable Substances, T. hose, jun., 220 Veneers, A. V. Newton, 427. Day and Night Advertising, Thomas Gre-ville Potter, 333
  • Deckle Straps, W illiam Warne, 80
  • Delivering Manure for Agricultural Purposes, Robert Reeves, and John Reeves. 105 Delivery of Postage and Receipt Stamps, Simeon Denham, 20
  • Depositing Metallic Alloys by Electricity, Samuel Jabez Goode, 27o Descendinf and Ascending Pits or Shafts, and Raising Minerals or otherBodies there.. from, C. W. Otway, 389
  • Dibbling Machinery for Depositing Grain and Manure, Jaques Henri Marie Maissilt, 199 Disc Engine, Noel Clayton Smith, 159 Discharge of Projectiles, J. Macintosh, 143 Discharging Ashes from Steamboats, William Steel, 35U Discharging Projectiles, John C Ilad.lan, :332 Discharging the Water resulting from tho Condensing of Steam, used in Apparatus 1Ieated by S.eam, Thomas Bowden, 237 Discovery of Flaws and Escapes in Gus Pipes, Lambert Perin, 295
  • Disinfecting Alcohol, R. A. Brooman, 333 Dissecting Maps or Chart 3, Francois Auguste Laurecisque, 313
  • Dissolve the Deposits in Boilers, Paul Ing. wersen, 425
  • Distilling, R. A. Brooman, 485
  • Distilling, Applicable also to the Extraction of Oils, and to the Purification of Gums, J. H. Johnson, 3b9
  • Distilling Fatty Matters, F. L. Bauwens, 162 Distilling and Rectification of Spirits, R. A. 13rooman, 333
  • Distilling and Rectifying Tar and other Matters, Jean Eugene D'Arcct, 312
  • Distilling, and in the Manufacture of Vinegar, Peter W alker. 106
  • Distributing and Composing Types, William Haslett Mitchel, 107
  • Distributing Sand on Railway Rails, Joseph Hoy, sen., 1st Dividing Lace I. Atkin and M. Miller, 256 Diving Bell, John William lleinke, 23S Domestic Utensils, Charles Smith, 332 Doors and Windows for the Prevention of Burglary, &ye., N‘ralter S. Tappin, 160 Drain Pipes, Thomas J. M. Townsend, 106
  • Draining Pipes, Louis J. Brethon, 85 Drawing off Fluids, Thomas Lambert and Obed Wakefield. 428
  • Drilling and Boring, John Eacterbrook and Robert Francis Drury, 408
  • Drills for Sowing Seeds and DepositinglMa-nure, NVilliam Hensman, 447
  • Driving Paving Blocks, J. S. Macarthy, 387 Driving the Spindles of Spinning Frames, R. A. Broomall, 236
  • Drying Fibrous Substances, J. Sharpies, 353 Drying Paper in Process of Manufacture, Marie Amethe Charles Mellier, 277 Dyeing Matter, William Peckstone, 3S9 Dyeing and Printing, Barnard Barcroft, 370 Dyeing and Printing Textile Fibres and Fabrics, George White, 141 Earthenware and other Ceramic Materials, R. A. Brooman, 51
  • Easy Chairs and Chamber Commodes, Dominic° Thomasinl, 295
  • Effecting Agricultural Operations, John Blythe Robinson, 331
  • Effecting General Conveyance on Water, Robert Holmes Houston, 159
  • Electric Apparatus for Giving Signals, David Lloyd Price, 161
  • Electric Depositions of Metals and Metallic Alloys, William Henry Walemi, 448 Electric Lamps, Jean Baptiste Pascal, 333 Telegraphs, Pier Alberto Balestrina, 106 Telegraphs, Edward Highton, 106 Telegraphs,Cromwell FleetwoodVarley,15 Electricity as a Motive Power, E. Testelin, ..11 Electro.magnetic Engines and Batteries, James Andrew Cumine and Cohn Hunter, 219
  • Plating, Charles Cowper, 15
  • Plating and Depositing Metals,C. Cowper, Type or Ga'rano Plastic Processes, J. H. Johnson, 70
  • Elevating Vater and other Liquids, R. A. Broom in, 126. (See also Forcing W ater)
  • Embossing Fabrics, Charles William Mann and Frederick John Ingram, 50 Embroidering. W. Clark, 358
  • Matthew 1)unnett, 3s8
  • Employment for Motive Purposes of Sulphuret of Carbon, Ed. Hochstetter, 275 Engine with Rotary Piston, J. B. Pa cal, 159 Engines to be employed in Agriculture, Isaac Blackburn and Robert. Blackburn, 142 Engines, and in their Gearing for connecting them with Machinery, and in the means of Lubricating them, W. AV Naught, 254 Engraved Surfaces for Surface Printing, James Davies Cooper, 257
  • Envelopes, Edward Stanford, 3i Engraving Rollers for Printing, W. Rigby, 52 Evaporating Fluids. &c., Auguste Frederick «'ills ten Partz, 11;2
  • Exhausting and Regulating the Flow of Gas, and Cleansing and Warming Gas A pparmus. William Thomas W alker, 143 Expansible Boxes, William Childs, Jun., 312 Explosive Shells, T. W. Roy.. 427
  • Extract from Madder for Dyeing and Printing, Francois Auguste Verdell and Edmond Michel, 80
  • Extracting Gold and Silver from their Matrices, Joseph Gibbs, 57
  • Extracting Iron from Tin Ores, Freaerick Braithwaite, 52
  • Extracting Silk, John Austen, 294
  • Fabrication of Artificial Wines, Brandy, and Vinegar, Jean Alexander Zibelin, 21.,6 Fabrics, Edmund Hyde, 256
  • Fabrics, Elastic, Archibald Turner. I t, 3b7 Felted Fabrics, William Mist, 142
  • Finishing Fabrics made wholly or partly of Silk, t.corge Joseph Hall, 237
  • Folding Fabrics, I. Atkin and M. Miller, 50 George Sampson, Joseph Sampsoo, and Elijah Ledger, 124
  • Fabrics, George Collier, 14
  • J. Ingram, E. Ingram, and B. Ingram, 69 Fabrics, Knit, Joseph Belshaw, 370
  • Fabrics, Knitted, Luke Barton and Edwin Stanley Brooks, 237
  • R. B. Cooley Fabrics, Looped, T. Ball and John Wilkins, 09 Arthur Paget, 294
  • Fabrics, Ornamental, John R. Cochrane, 906 Fabrics, Plain and Figured, J. Henderson, 275 Fabric, Textile, Frederic Cainpin, 49, 12 Fabrics, Warp, Suitable for the Manufacture of Gloves, Thomas Ball, 218 Fabrics,Washing Textile, David Jack, 275 Fabric, Vaterproof, C. Goodyear, 310
  • Fabrics, Woven, David Milnes, 350
  • Facilitating the Consumption of Smoke, Frederick William Anderton, and Joseph Beauland, 13
  • Facilitating Passengers Ascending and Descending from the Roofs of Omnibuses, William Joseph Curtis, 369
  • Facilitating the Discharge of Coals from Wagons used on Railways, &c., George Spencer, 313
  • Facilitating the Examination and Discovery of Fissures in the Inserted or Hidden Parts of Machinery subject to Decay and Rupture, Joseph Ferdinand Toussaint, 313
  • Facilitating the Draught and Locomotion of Carriages, Henry William Ford, 426 Fans, or Blowing Apparatus, William Ogden, and Henry Firth, 371
  • Fastener and Stud for Collars, William Charles Aberdein, 388
  • Fasteners for Parts of Garments, George Barnett, 181
  • Fastening Metallic Backs to Truss Pads, Charles Christian Reinhardt. 52
  • Fastenings of Brooches and other Articles of Jewellery, John Long, 87
  • Fastenina for Uniting Wood and other Materials, Julian Bernard, 161
  • Fastenings for Dress, J. H. Johnson, 182 Fastening Ladies and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes, John Henry Glew, 182
  • Fastenings for Shutters, &c., Davie Hunter Brandon, 332
  • Fastening Shutters and Doors, A.Francis, 311 Fastening for NVindow Sashes, Thomas John Searle, 311
  • Fastenings and Attachments for Supporting Artificial Teeth, Joseph Maurice, 333 Feeding Boilers with Water, F. H. Sykes, i59 Feeding Fires, William NV ritzlit, 461
  • Feeding Fuel to' Furnaces, W.E. Newton, 483 Felt, William Spence, 32
  • Felt Hats, Joseph Hyppolyte Duplals, 448 Felted Cloth,John Chceseman Wagstaff, 50 Fermenting, Cleansing, and Attemperaiing Apparatus to be employed in Brewing, Williamitittell. 125
  • Ferry Boats, Alfred Heather, 32
  • Fibrous Materials for being Spun, William Somervail, 275
  • Figured Lace, Richard Birkin, jun, and Thomas Isaac Birkin, 310
  • Filters to Cocks, Taps, or other Valves, H. T. Ropes and David T. Wilson, 162 Flax and other Fibrous Substances, W illiam Beevers Birkhy, 14
  • Finger and other Rings, P. A.L) Comte de Fontainemoreau, 199
  • Finishing a certain Description of Fustians called " Diagonals," J. M. NV orral1,142 Mohair and other Textile Fabrics, Charles Weiss and Henry Llsier, 256
  • Wool and othor Textile Fabrics, Charles Weiss and H. Lisier, and J.Mitchell. 256 Threads and Yarns, Hector Christie, 160 Yarns, Robert Hyde Greg, Henry Russell Greg, and James Hope, 32
  • Yarns or Threads, Richard Robinson, 124 Fish-hook, William Henry Box, 313
  • Flushing Apparatus, William Wilkins, 142 Forcing or Lifting Corrosive or Chemical Liquids, John Stoho,15
  • Fire-arms, Gustav Adolph, Blittkowski, 69 (See also Breech.Loadiug Fire-arms) Edgar Brooks, 322
  • J. H. Johnson, 332
  • Cherie Martel, 465
  • A. V. Newton, 295
  • W. E. Newton, 161
  • Frederic Prince, 15
  • John Rothwell, Samuel Dixon Cooper, 311 Thomas Welcome Boys, 465
  • Valentin Sauerbrey, 407
  • Frederick Martin Schwab, 387
  • Fireplaces, William Young, 161
  • Fire-arms, and Balk or Projectiles, Gerard Ralson, 218
  • Fire-arms and Bullets, P. A. le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 106
  • Fire-arms, and in the Mode of Loading the same, William Henry Dearing Oran. vile, 351
  • Fire Bricks. Tiles, and other Articles, when Fire Clay is used, George Sherwin, 15
  • Fire Doors of Furnaces, W. H. Stratton, 13
  • Fire.ecapes, John Talbot Pitman, 314
  • Fire Lighter, Henry Boswell Palmer, 258
  • Fire places, It. A. Brooman, 217
  • Fire-places. Chimneys, and Stove Grates, Edmund Alexandre Spurr, 276
  • Fire-places and Flues, Edward Welch, 447
  • Fire-places and Stoves, William Henry Tap1M, 295
  • Firewood for Lighting Fires, Robert Johnstone, 108
  • Fixing Artificial Teeth. James Thom, :43
  • Fixing the Tubular Fines of Steam Boilers, Arnold Godwin, 83
  • Floating Docks, Edwin Clark, 107
  • Floating ships or Vessels, C. Schwederskv, 1$0
  • Floating Submerged Bodies, P. A. le Comte de Fontainernureau, 464
  • Floors and Ceilings of Buildings, Charles Colton Dcnnett, 237
  • Fluid Meters, William Edward Newton, 333
  • Flushing Water-Closets and Urinals, W illium Boden , 237
  • Fog Signals, Thomas Wheatley and William Wheatley, 13
  • Folding Cloth into Lengths, Julius Homan, 86
  • Folding Window Blinds and Shutters, W. E. Newton, 256
  • Forcing and Exhausting Aeriform Bodies and Liquids, John Wesley, 463
  • Forcing and Rolling Iron Wheels for Railways, Alphonse Constant, 426
  • Forming the Lease in Sizoing or Weaving, John Anderton Carruthers, 69
  • Fringes, Sophia Sands, 447
  • Fulminating Powder, E. P. Alexander, 332
  • Furnaces, John Aitken, 389
  • Julian Billiard, 369
  • R. A. Brooman, 464
  • John Chanter and David Annan, 330
  • John Chanter and John Wakefield, 85
  • John Collins, 369
  • Edward Alfred Cowper, 94S John Fortescue, 125
  • J. Green, 183
  • Jacob Green, 251
  • Robert James Hendrie, 425
  • Samuel Hilton, 369
  • F. Jossa, 275
  • John Kirkham, 219
  • Peter Madden, 49
  • William Makin, 236
  • W. E. Newton, 180,406
  • John Folliott Powell, 104
  • Thomas Sbaw, 49
  • William Charles Siemens, 386
  • Samuel Sutcliffe and James Sinks, 217
  • Richard Talbot, 258
  • William Travis, 217
  • Furnace Grates and Fire Bars, Charles Wye Williams, 86
  • Fustians, John Mu)os Wortall, 124
  • Galvanic Batteries, It. A. Brooman, 70
  • Garments, Louis Barnett, 351
  • Gas, George Bower, 218
  • Frank Clarke Hills, 276
  • W. E. Newton, 332
  • Amable Victor Felix Earthier, 351
  • John Peak, 407
  • Richard Henry, 238
  • Marin Joseph Alphonse Mille, 427
  • Gas Burners. Samuel Messenger and Theodore Fletcher, 333
  • Gas Burner, Stephen 'conks and Joseph and William Breeden, 351
  • Gas Burners, it A. Brooman, 465
  • Gas Furnaces. Wright Prestwich, 50
  • Gas Generators, Thomas D. Rotch, 357 Gas Light Generator, John McLennan, John Palmer, and John Henry Palmer, 50 Gas Meters, Etienne Lemoine, 485
  • Gas Regulator, John Sudbury and Alfred William Linsell, 333
  • Gas Regulators, Samuel Wright, 199
  • Gas Retorts in the Furnaces of Steam Engines, John Gedge, 104
  • Gas Stove, Henry Green, 161
  • Gases Generated in Blast Furnaces, Charles Edward Darby, 409
  • Gasogene, C. F. Vasserot, 108
  • Gasometers Applicable to Lighting Railway Carriages, James J. Thompson, 238 Gas Regulator, Andrew Knox and Thomas Robson, 238
  • Gathering in the Manufacture of certain kinds of Glass, James Anderson, 238 Gauge3 for Indicating Pressure and Vacuum, Thomas Summers, 161
  • Gauge Cutting Machine, William Player Miles, 909
  • Gelatine and Glue, Louis Cornides, 465 Generating and Applying Motive Power, William Beech, 425
  • Generating Steam, George Cranstoun Trotter Cranstoun, G. Young awl J. Lovell, 104 Ferdinand Charles Warlick, Generating Steam for Marine Purposes, William Muir, 218
  • Generating Draughts in Chimneys, Charles Cook, 69
  • Generating and Superheating Steam, J. H. Jonson, 310
  • Generating Motive Power, J. B. Norman, 330 German Yeast from Flour, A. Hensel, 125 Ginning and Cleaning anti Carding Cotton and other Fibrous Materialti, Alton Francis Calvert, 236
  • Giving Alarm to the Inmates of Dwelling Houses in Cases of Burglary, Robert Cameron Galton, 87
  • Giving Alarm in Dwelling Houses in Cases of Robbery or other Emergencies, Robert MArtin and Joseph Walter Sutton. 295
  • Giving Motion to Power Looms, John Robinson, 311
  • Giving Stability to Life Boats, M. Grouse, 160 Glass, llippolite Duhamel, jun., 331
  • Glass Furnaces, G. ‘Vhite, 31
  • Gloves, Abel Foulkes, 448
  • Glue or Gelatine. John Stenhouse, 409 Governors, J Taylor, 159
  • Governor, Thomas Silver, 425
  • Grating Substances, William S. Clark, 162 Grating and Crushing Salt and Sugar, John Draper, 16
  • Graving Docks, Richard Boxall Grantham, John Grantham and Henry sharp, 350 Grease Boxes for Axles, Randall Cresswell, 485
  • Grinding Card Cylinders for Carding Engines, Jonathan Parker, 331
  • Grinding Circular Saws, John Wheatman and John Smith, 258
  • Grinding Corn, John Avery, 427
  • Grinding Dye.wares. J. S Barraclough, 61 Grinding and Smoothing Glass, J. Crossly, 485 Grinding and Polishing, Charles Reeves, 448
  • Grooving. Slotting, and Rabbetting, John Whines. 104
  • Growing Grapes, Samuel Newington, 331 Guarding the Mouths of Pits, W. Reid, 276 Gun Barrels, E Brooks, 465
  • Gunpowder, Henry Hodges, 332
  • Frederick Keehier, 485
  • Hackling Fibrous Substances, John Cnrr, 426 Hair Pins, &c., John Edrige, 33
  • Hummers ‘‘' orked by Atmospheric Pressure, Ferdinand Jossa, 486
  • Hand Bullet Moulds. A. V. Newton, 332 Hand Hoes and Cultivators, S. Newington, 14 Hardening and Tempering Steel, Samuel Fox, and Tempering Steel, HoraceVaughan, 51 Harpoon Guns and Ammunition, Robert Tindall, jun., 351
  • Harpoon Guns, Alexander Mitchell, 199 llats, &c., Richard Hubbard, 311
  • made from Straw, Grass, Palm-Leaf, &c., Charles Turner and L. Watermann, 143
  • Tips Applicable to Hat Boxes, John Row land Cook, 181
  • Hats, Caps, and Bonnets, Simon Martin Allaire, 295
  • Hat and Umbrella Stands. J. Aizlewood, 427 Haymaking Machinery, H. Smith, 100 Healds for Weaving, Michael Potter, 86 Heat Extractor, Robert Hazard, 333
  • Heating, George Wright, 388
  • Heating Foot Stoves Henry Vannoy, 87 Heating Apparatus, Jean Louis Dc Granville, Celestin le Francois, 50
  • Apparatus, Claude Francois Latruffe, 219 Blast for Blast Furnaces, C. Cochrane, 141, 31.1
  • Fluids, Andrew Barclay NValker, and Cooking Apparatus, J. Crawford, 387
  • and Cooling Air and other Fluids, Guorge Hawksley, 257
  • the Feed Water of Steam Boilers, J. 11. Johnson, 141
  • and Drying, Steam Pipes or Cylinders used, Joseph Fielding, 200
  • Stoves by Gas, Francis Xavier Kukla, 70 and in Taps to be Employed, Charles Crossley, Dan Leeming, and John Crossley, 182
  • and Ventilating a Building, Apparatus for, Thomas Hale, 125
  • and Ventilating, James Wadsworth, 15
  • and Ventilating, William Swain. 50 Heckling Fibrous Materials, Peter Fairbairn and Thomas Marsden, 370
  • Flax and other Fibrous Materials, George Lowry, 294
  • Horse Hoes, John Naylor, 160, 199
  • Holding Postage or Receipt Stamps, J. H. Thwaites, 15
  • !folding together Letters,8co., J. Goodman, 182 Horizontal Pianofortes, Aug. Kaltwasser, 161 Hood for the Head, Samuel Jay and George Smith, 128
  • Horse Gearing, George Perrott, 255
  • Power. Thomas Mann, 350
  • Shoes, Thomas Harris. 330
  • Hosiery. A. V. Newton 106
  • Hulling and Cleaning Rice, Wilson Agar, 350 Grain, Charles Richard Barnes, 331 and Scouring Coffee, Robert Porter %Valker. 428
  • Hurdles and Gates, William Grant, 125 Hydrostatic Bellows, C. F. Vasserot, 108 Hydraulic Engines, James Smith Harden, Aaron %Vatkins Rockwood, Holmes Hinkley, and Daniel Franklin Child, 408 Meter, P. A. le Comte de Fontaine. moreau, 406
  • Igniting Lucifer Matches, William Knox Wigram, 33
  • Illumination, Robert Best, 161
  • Imitating the Skins of Animals upon Fulled Cloth, James Murdoch, 255
  • Increasing the Draught and Promoting the Combustion of the Fuel in Furnaces, C. W. Williams, 159
  • Index Machines Applicable to Looms for Weaving, John James Farniliough Ratcliffe, and Joseph Mather, 276 India-Rubber, J. H. Johnson, 313 India-Rubber Overshoes, James Roderick M'Donald, 125
  • India-Rubber and Gutta-Percha, Thomas Ellis, 143
  • India.Rubber Springs, Charles Reynaud, 256 Indicating the Passage of Time, Meyer Drukker, 466
  • Indicating Pressure of Steam, W. Clark. 310 Indicating Target, Odoardo Gaudini, 161 Indicators for Registering Pressure, Thomas Baldwin, 369
  • Indices to Books, Stephen Yeldham, 628 Inking and Stamping Machine, Juste Her. rero, 408
  • Inland Navigation, Thomas Grahame, 446 Insulating Telegraphic Wires, &c., Hippolyto Benigne Girard, 276
  • Introducing the Pile Wires used in Weaving Brussels Carpets and other Piled Fabrics, B. Hodgson, and J. Carter, 141
  • Iron, William Armitage, and Henry Lea, 333 T. Brown, and George Parry, 162 Robert Cassels, and Thomas Morton, 296 Louis A. Normandy, jun., 295
  • William Oakes, 272
  • C. Pauvert, 220
  • Francis Hay Thomson, 200
  • Iron and Steel. Henry Bessemer, 108
  • William Clay, 371
  • J. C. Haddan, 333
  • Leon Talabat, 162
  • W. Taylor. 238
  • Iron Ships. John Jordan, 414
  • Iron and Wooden Ships, John M. Hyde, G8 Jacquard Apparatus, William Smith, 311 Machines for Weaving, J. Smith, 14 Joining Bands, William Mill, 33
  • Joint for Fishing Roads, 6:c., J. Bennett, 182 Keels of Navigable Vessels, Alfred Bower, 86 Kilns for Burning, James Lack, 50
  • Kilns, and in Furnaces and Flues, Johnson Hands, 334
  • Kilns and Stoves, William Hartley King, 427 Knife Cleaner, Theodore 1)ethier, 132
  • Knife Handles, Nicholas Fortune. 87
  • Knitting Frames, Richard A. Broornan. 68 Knitting Machinery, Harby Barber, 160
  • Hine Benjamin Hornbuckle and William Onion, 465
  • Knives, Palette and other like, William Frederick Taylor Bradshaw, 257
  • Knobs, Roses, and Escutcheons used for Doors, John Tertius Cooke, 370
  • Labels, Edward Robert Wood, 219
  • Lamp Glass, Thomas Hart, 447
  • Lamps, Edward Blackett Beaumont, 312
  • G. T. Boustield, 143
  • Auguste Fournier des Corats, 15
  • Francois Denny, 33
  • James Hedgely, 386
  • Lanterns, Thomas Boyle, 107
  • Laying the Permanent Way of Railways, Charles de Bergue, 159
  • Laying Submarine Cables, W. Wilkins, 388 Laying Submarine Telegraph Cables, Charles Tilston Bright and C. de Bergue, 333, 388 Laying Underground Telegraph Wires, G. Davies, 351
  • Lenticular Glasses for Lighting and Reflecting, Louis Emile Ossian Legrand, 219 Letting on and Drawing off Water and other Fluids. W. Westbrooke Squires, 256 Life Boats, W. E. Newton, 464
  • Life and Military Boat, Expanding, Frederick l'iercy and Samuel Flagg, 294 Life-preserving Apparel, C. Goodyear, 332 Life Preserver, adapted also to the Preservation of Property, John Banks, 218
  • Charles J. Bunker, 332
  • Life-Preserving Float, Warren A. Simonds, 33 Lifting and Disengaging Ships' Boats, Alex. Arthur Dunbar, 68
  • Lifting and Working Anchors, Joseph Bette-ley, 180
  • Lifting Jacks, R. A. Brooman, 51
  • Lifting Jack, James Tangye and Joseph fangye, 296
  • Lighting Apartments and Passages, James Stevenson, jun., 427
  • Lighting Coal Mines, Josiah L. Clark, 312 Lighting Gas for Illumination. J. Harris, 106 Lighting, and in Lamps, W. Wilkinson, 199 Lighting the Public Gas Lamps by Electricity, Henry Keogh and Ffrench Augustus Keogh, 117
  • Lighting and Warming Trains of Railway Carriages, George Edward Dering, 105 Loading Fire.arms, George A. Harrison, 15 Lock, J. Harris, 69
  • Locking Combinations of Drawers in Chests or otherwise, Jacob Safran, 351
  • Locks, Henry Horace Goodman, 50
  • Duncan Nlorrison and Samuel Lilley, 295
  • W. P. Miles, 14
  • W. E. Newton, 387
  • R. A. 13rooman, 113
  • Alfred Charles Hobbs, 87
  • W illiam Leuchars, 236
  • Locomotive Engines, Jas. Stead Crosland, 194
  • Josiah Parkes, 218
  • Locomotive Carriages, Sir J. C. Anderson, 255
  • Locomotives, R. A A. Brooman, 386
  • Locomotive and other Steam Engines, Thomas Forsyth, 68
  • Locomotive Engines, Robert J. Maryon, 218
  • George Remington and John Barton Bal. combo, 464
  • Titus Robottom, 159
  • Thomas Yarrow, 255
  • Locomotive Boiler Furnaces, James Janson Cudworth, 275
  • Looms for Weaving, Robert Adamson and Richard Holland, 86
  • G. T. Boustield, 14
  • Clarance Brazil and William Nicholas Cruminack, 141
  • Jesse Briggs, 198
  • John Combe, 181
  • James Croke 160
  • Joseph Davy and William Bentley. 370
  • Thomas Dean, 25
  • Henry Dearden, 310
  • John Dennison and Henry H irst, 86
  • Jean Francois 1)udebout, 12.1
  • William Farrar Ecroyd, Jonathan Hey. worth, and George Scarr, 32
  • Josiah Firth and Joseph Crabtree, 160
  • William Glover. 275, 387
  • J. Graham, J. Sheppard, and T. Whittaker, 142
  • John and Christopher Gratrix, 86
  • B. Hargreaves, and A. Masedale, 08
  • Looms, William Hartley and Thomas Hardman
  • Farrar, 218
  • H. Heald and Arthur Heald, 142
  • William Hesketh, 237
  • William Todd and Jacob Todd, 142
  • Looms for Weaving, Brook Hodgson and John Carter, 181
  • R. Knowles, 331
  • Looms, Jacquard, Joseph Lane, SO Looms for Weaving, John Leach, 311
  • Patrick McFarlane, 331
  • John Manes and William Thompson, 18
  • Looms, William Moxon, John Clayton, and Samuel Fearnley, 256
  • Looms, Power, for Weaving, Thomas Sagar and Christopher Turner, 105
  • George Scarr and James Pollard, 369
  • Looms 2_ Power, James Denby Lee Shipley and James Crabtree, 337
  • Looms for Weaving, Matthew Smith. 369 Looms, Samuel Sunderland and R. Dean, 370 Looms for Weaving, Henry Thompson and Henry Walmslev, 311
  • Joseph Walton, 123
  • Looms, Thomas Watson and T. Singleton, 123 Looms for Weaving, W. Field, 124
  • — Whitaker, 142
  • John Williamson and Francis Williamson, John Wright and J. Wadsworth, 4s.1 Lowering and Stopping Anchor Chains, John Williams, 159
  • Lowering Weights by ,Means of Cranes, Winches, or similar Apparatus, %Vim Thompson and Hamilton W odds, 389
  • Lozenges or Pastiles of Pasty Materials, Jose. b Jules Derriey, 257
  • Lubricating_Certain Parts of Looms for Wearing, John Stock, 310
  • Lubricating Compositions, R. A. Brooman, 107 Lubricating Compounds, Charles Emilius Wright, 53
  • Lubricating the Pistons and Valves of Steam Engines, James Milnes and Frederick William Mowbray, 291
  • Lubricating and Preventing the Beating of Axles in Railway Engines and Carriages, R. A. Brooman, lob Lubricator, Wright Jones and Thomas Edwards, W. Lubricators, W, Oxley and Hugh Strat li, 311
  • Maintaining the Water Level in Boilers, R. A. Brooman, 217
  • Making Bricks, Peter EtTertz, 4.17
  • Making Carpet Lining, J. T. Pitman, 50 Making Drains, C. Cowper, 161
  • M.tlt, Alexander Wright, 143
  • Mangling or Pressing Goods, J. Chedgey, 277 Manure, T. Richardson and M. Bentice, 331 F. O. Ward and F. Wynauts, 4(4 Manures. John W ard, 276
  • Marine Steam.engines, De Bergue, 160 Mariner's Compasses. M. Burke, 13
  • Mash Tuns, John Grist, 200
  • Musts, Yards and Spars, P. Cato and Joseph Betteley, 160
  • Masts, Yards. Bowsprits, and other Ship's Spars, James Hodgson, 85
  • Matches, II. Hoehstaetter, 389
  • Material resembline Ivory, H. Brown, 448 J Mats or Fabrics used for Packing, J. Bar-sham, 86
  • Metal Pens and Penholders, W. Wiley. 182 Metallic Pens and Penholders, G. Welch, 398 Metal Type. U. and F. Holdway Scott, 87 Metals applicable to Decorative and Useful Purposes, J. Warne, 107
  • Metallic Bedsteads, E.Cook andJ. Stokes, 238 Boxes, Rupert Newton, 70
  • Cornice Ends. Martin Billing, 332 Barnes for Horses, J. T. Pitman, 141 Packing.boxes, J. and G. Mead, 219 Packing-boxes or Cases, Job Mead, and George Mead, 313
  • Ores, John Harding, 162
  • Pens, John /links and G. Wells, 88 Pens, It. Ford Sturges, 356
  • Pens and Penholders, V. Cassaignes, 220 Piles, Thomas William Kennard. 210 Hullers or Cylinders, '1'. Withnall, 182 Spring Mattress, W. T. Clark, 296
  • Measuring the Capacity and Contents of Casks, &c., R. A. Brooman, 162
  • Distances and Elevation, J. H.Johnson,219 Liquids and Gas Applicable also to the Purpose of Obtaining Motive Power, 1). Chadwick and Herbert Frost, 389 Mechanism for Stopping Railway Trains, Jacques Hostein, 49
  • Medicine for the Cure of Dropsy, Frederick Grindley Howard AVoodward, 409
  • Medicinal Mixtures adapted for Curing Diseases in Cattle, J. 13agsliaw and J. P. Harris, 87
  • Meters for Water and other Liquids, W. E. Newton. 34
  • Microscopes, W illiam Rutt, 388
  • Minie or other Ritle-Sights, John Adams, 69 Mixing, Pressing, and Moulding, R. A. Broomall, 333
  • Moderator Lames, C. Emile Geajola, 256 Alfred Austin Usher, 418
  • Moleskins, Velveteens, and such like Materials, Henry Levy, 370
  • Mordants, Jean Baptiste lotion, 388 Movement of Locomotive Carriages on Common Roads, '2 8 3
  • Moving and Transporting Heavy Bodies, le Comte de Fontainomoreau' 334 Motive Power from Gases, Eugene Barsanti, and Felix Matteucci, 483
  • C. A. Bourdier, and V. Masselon, 180 John Bourne, 293
  • R. A. Brooman, 141
  • Gerolamo Cavanna? 350
  • to Comte de Fontainemoreau, 13, 350 Augustin Gras, 63
  • Gautier Oliver La Barre, 425
  • Chapman March, 433
  • Bartholomew Predavalle, 294
  • Moulded Candles, George Miler Clarke. 16 Moulding, John Elec., and 8. Hartley, 16, 200 Moulding Artificial Fuel, &c. Dehaynin, 31 Moulding Bricks, Laurent Letlitiillier, 417 Moulding Cast-Iron Pipes,:W. Macfarlane, 220 Moulding and Pressing Bricks, W. E. Newton, 370
  • Moulding or Shaping Metals, Matthew A. Muir, and James NVIlwham, 106. 144 Moulding the Plates or Bases of Artificial Teeth, Alfred A. Blandy, 407
  • Moulds for Casting Railway Chairs, &c., P.M. Parsons, 426
  • Moulds for Loaves of Sugar. A. Ausens, 257 Moulds for Tobacco Pipes, 8. P. Hecht, 383 Moulds or Matrices Employed in Casting Metals, William White. 389
  • Mounting Cameras, Charles Nessi, 33 Mounting Knobs, and in Constructing and Mounting Roses for Locks and other such like Fastenings. A. Rrundish. 69 Motion to Propelling Apparatus, A. .I. B. L. De Marcescheau, 49
  • Mowing Machines, Michael Puddefoot, 484 Mowing and Reaping Machines, J. Thomson, 237
  • Mules for Spinning, Joseph Bottomley, topher Hodson, and W. Fielden, 3-N J. Elce and John Het% tit, 124
  • John Platt, 14
  • Music Scale, John Fox, 233
  • Music Scale and Musical Instruments, John Fox, 388
  • Nail, Spike, or Bolt. William Carron, 483 John Haile, 125
  • Thomas Newcomb, 162
  • A. Parkes, 182
  • Pins, Screws, &c.. Abel Stokes, 162 Name Plate, George Davis, 33
  • Nose Bags, Rose Celestine Carbonino, 42$ Nuts and Washers, W. E. Newton. 182 Obtaining certain Compounds of Cyanogon, Christopher kinks, 52
  • Obtaining Foundations for Marine Structures, Edward Nianico, 351
  • Obtaining Light by Electricity, Charles \Veightman Harrison, 199,427
  • J. T. Way, 371
  • Obtaining Power, Ernst Luedeke, 104 Obtaining Tin from the Scraps of Tinned Sheet Iron, Charles Frederick Claus, 53 Obtaining and Transmitting Motive Power, J. Harris, 68
  • Obtaining 'White by Silicate of Magnesia and Carbonate of Lead, C. Muratori, 485
  • Oil Cans, R. A. Brooman, 428
  • Joseph Fenn, 162
  • J. Miller, 410
  • Oil and Spirit Lamps, John Sherar, 276
  • Oil for Lighting. and in Lamp Glasses, R. A. Brooman, 106
  • Omnibuses, Anguish H. A. Durant. 291
  • Opening and Preparing Cotton, George Parker, and William Martin, 86
  • Cotton, William Rye and Jas. Simpson,32
  • Ordnance, William George Armstrong, 113
  • Alexander Theophilus Blakeley, 181
  • D. Morrison, 125
  • Organs, Samuel Groves, 143
  • Henry Smart. 370
  • H. Willis, 143
  • Ornamental Fabrics, W. Smith, 294 (See also Fabrics). Ornamentation, Jean Louis Frdk. 13ardin, 257
  • Ornamenting A rt icle% In Papier Mache and Charcoal, Thomas William Davenport and Samuel Cole, :'00
  • Ornamenting Castors for Furniture, Arthur Malins, 12. and Embossing W ood, Leather, , :'.nu Household Furniture, Wm Urquhart, 23 Metallic Bedsteads and Washhand Stands, Thomas Horne, jun., 256
  • Porcelain, &c., by Chromo-Lithographic Printing, Louis Charles I)oleans, 409 Oscillating Cylinder Steam Engines, Joseph Turner, 68
  • Spring Laths for Beds, George Kennedy Geyelin, 358
  • Ovens for the Manufacture of Coke, Emil Von Lowenstein, 312
  • Over Shoes, Rafaello Loui Giandonati, 15 Oxalate of Soda, Thomas Roberts, John Dale, and John Daniel Pritchard, 34
  • Oxide of Lead and its Salts. Charles Edward Symons, 143
  • Packing Cases, Samuel Montague, 143 Packing Pickers employed in Looms, 11. Heald, 331
  • Paddle Boards, Henry Daniel Deane, 330 Paddle Wheels, Matthew A. Crooker, 255 Paint, C. F. Veisserot, 106
  • Paper, David Baker, 52
  • Henry Felix Courenz, 333
  • Charles Townsend Hook, 126
  • Frederick Burnett Houghton, 182
  • Francois Barthelemy Loubatieres, 258 John Powdery Martin, :$51
  • W. E. Newton, -109
  • Paper from Bass or Bast. Victor Fouche, 219 Paper from a Vegetable, Francesco Ferro, 52 Paper and Paper Pulp. H. L. Spooner, 369 Paper Knife, C. Goodyear. jun., 351
  • Papering Needles, Richard Bennett, 409 Pasteboard, J. H. Johnson, 182
  • Paving or Covering the Surfaces of Roads, Henry Chamberlain, jun:, 105
  • Pencil Cases, W. E. Wiley, 219
  • Penholders, Charles Etienne Osment, 371 lens, Hewicke Blackburn, 295
  • Permanent Way, Percevat Moses Parsons, 141 Permanent Way of Railways, Henry Wiliam Barlow and Henry \% oodhouse, 101 11. W. Barlow and W. 11. Mills, 406 Charles Robert Monte, 159
  • Ralph Errington Ridley, 417
  • William Aeator, 255
  • Henry Whatley Tyler, 426, 191 Petticoats, R. A. Broomall, 181
  • William Foster. 15
  • Petticoats on Circular Looms, R. A. Broo-man, 106
  • Philosophic Fusee, C. F. Vasterot, 103 Photographic Cases having Wood or Papier Mache Foundations, Elisha ,dander, and Wilda!) Morgan, 107
  • Photography as applied to Dials and Pictures, J. Glover and J. Bold, jun,. 200 Pianofortes, George Crawford, 427
  • Samuel Hallett, 338
  • W E. Newton, 161
  • Thomas Rolfe, 332
  • Henry Thompson, 4,;5
  • Hem y Tolkein and J. Middleton, 107 John Wylie, 351
  • Pianos and other Stringed Musical Instruments, Francois Alexandre Nicolas 1)elsarte and Eitsee Valin, 106
  • Picker to be used in Power Looms for Weaving. Henry Armistead. *.M Pickers, W. Burslem and John Burslem, 160 'Ilium:is Scott, 142
  • Pickers and Picker Checks, Henry Heald and Arthur Heald, 142
  • Pig and Iron Bar, Edwin Francis Jones, 220 Wooden Pill Boxes, Thomas Harrison. 333 Pipe Tube or Stem, Matthew Semple, 408 Pipes for Heating Purposes, K Eley, 428 Pipes for Smoking, Edward Hawkes, 407 Pipes and Tubes for Smoking, Isao Louis Pulvermaeher, 428
  • Pistol Holders, William Harding, 465 Pistons, W. Robertson, 425
  • Placing Sets of Teeth, Gums, and Palates, on Plates, Joan Ninok, 277
  • Planting Potatoes, John Baird, 69
  • Plastic Compositions, Fred. Watson, 389 Frederick Walton, 107
  • Ploughing Land, W. Massey, and J. Smith, 107 Ploughing Land by Steam Power, John Allen Williams, 126
  • Ploughing or Cultivating Land, Henry Chamberlin, jun., 105
  • Ploughing, Tilling, and Draining Land, Alfred Eddington, 350
  • Ploughing and Working Land, 11. Franois, 276 Ploughs, -William Dray, 125
  • Thomas Slater 447
  • Pneumatic Brake, Luko Duncan Jackson, 14 Points of Railway Crossings, E. Maw, 294 Polishing and Finisbing Yarns or Threads, Nathaniel Jones Arnica, 181
  • Nathaniel Jones, 6
  • Polishing Flat Surfaces of Glass, A. V. Newton, 161
  • Portable Buildings, R. A. Brooman, 50 Portable Oven, '1'. Ball, 182
  • Portable Railway, William Colborne, 13 Portable Shower and Sponge Baths, James Morrison, 370
  • Portmanteaus, William C. Day, 256
  • Potters' Kilns, Daniel Green, 108 Preparation of Cotton and other Fibrous Materials for Spinning, John Massey, and James Hargreaves, jun., 105 Preparation of Fibrous Materials to be Spun, Rob. Parkinson, and J. Standish, 465 Preparation of Murexide, W. Clark, 405 and Novel Application of a certain Foreign Fruit as an Article of Food, Joseph Slatterie Edward., 220
  • of Woollen Hats, Bonnets, and Bodies for Hats and Bonnets, R. A. Brooman, 125 and Applying Surfaces for Painting, Pierre Poibson, 161
  • Blocks and Stones for Building Purposes, Gustav Julius Gunther, 256 and Combing Fibres, J. Warburton, 331 and Combing Wool, J. Warburton, 331 Cotton, James Hardacre, 86
  • Cotton or other Fibrous Materials, Wm. Hardman and Jame. 1)ugdalo, 294 and Combing Fibres. Isaac Holden, 124 and Combing Fibrous Substances, Wm. Hargreaves, 124
  • and Doubling Fibrous Substances, Alex. Frederick Fitton, 23T Fatty Matters, Anton DeSchuttenbach,4S5 Fibrous Materials, R. A. lhoontati, 142 Fibrous Substancezi, NV m. Crighton, and Peter Foxcroft, :01
  • Fibrous Materials, Thomas Nuthall, 266 Flax, Moses Hyarn Picciotta, 181
  • Flax, Hemp, &c , P. H. Desvignes, 142
  • Preparation of Flax, Hernp,China, Glass, Jas. Garth Marshall, 237
  • Flax and other Vegetable Fibrous Substances, 105
  • Indian Corn and other Grain, W. Watt, 87 Paints and Varnishes, Alex. La Paraz and Josephine Mazel, 388
  • Paper to enable to Receive an Impression from an Engraved Block, J. Brown, 219 Preparing Pulps for Paper, John Charles, Sydney, 333
  • Preparing Printed Yarns for Manufacture into Fabrics, George Collier, 484 Preparing, Slubbing, and Roving Fibrous Materials, William Sumner, 310 Preparing, Spinning, and Reeling Cotton, &c , D. Cheetham, 11;0
  • Preparing to be Spun Fibrous Materials William Robertson, 350
  • Preparing the Surfaces of Printers' Inking Boilers, Anthony Lorimer, 52
  • Preparing Solutions and Extracts of the Colouring Matter of Madder for Dye. ing, C. Cowper, 948
  • Preparing Tapes for the Market, William Brown, 238
  • Preparing Yara for Weavin; J. Ratcliffe, 370 Preparings from Waste Silk, and other Fibrous Materials, W. E. Newton, 181 Preservation of Alimentary Substances, P. A. le Comte de Fontaioemoreau, 367 Preservation of Life and Property at Sea, John Henry Johnson, 107
  • Preservation of Property in Cases of Disaster to Ships and other Vessels, J. H. Johnson, 105
  • Preservation of Metals or Alloys against Oxidation, Chas. F. Leopold Oudry, 226 Preservation of Stone and other similar Compositions, Benjamin Horatio Paul, 295 Preserving Animal Substances for Food, Edouard V. Jules Laurent Georges, 52 Preserving Butter, John Avery, 257 Preserving Food, J. H. Johnson, 313 Preserving Milk, J. Neuenschwardner, 257 Preserving Organised Animal and Vegetable Matters, A. Constantine Dandraut, 62 Preserving Vegetable Substances, Samuel Campbell, 276
  • I'ressing Bricks, James Sharrocks, 427 Pressing and Crushing Fibrous Substances, John Watson Burton and Geo. Pye, 447 Press Plates, for Pressing Fabrics, &c., Marriott and David) Sugden, 41 Pressure Gauges, J. H. Johnson, Preventing Accidents by Collision, Bernoit Amedde Fournier, 33i Preventing Collisions at Sea, J. H. Johnson, Preventing Explosion of Steam Boilers, Geo. Deeley, 464
  • Josiah (iimson, 310
  • W. E. Newton, 49
  • J. Brown, 461
  • Preventing the Forgery of Bank Notes and other like Articles, W. E. Newton. 238 Preventing Further Casualties on the Goodwin Sands, George Chowen, 161
  • Preventing Horses from Slipping, Polydore 1)e Keyser, 369
  • Preventing the incrustation of Steam Boilers, Henry I lobbs and Edw. Easton, 386 Preventing the Lapping of the Driving Strap, Edward Hist [Judson, 464
  • Preventing the Picking of Ordinary Locks, Edwin Cotterill, 428
  • Preventing Smoke in Chimneys, W. Smith and Donald Bethune, 51
  • Preventing Smoke in Furnaces,D. Bethune, 464
  • Preventing Waste of Water from Service Pipes, G. Eskholme and H. Wilkes, 87
  • Prevention of Accidents in Ascending and Descending Shafts of Mines, J. Owen, 144
  • Prevention of the Decay of Ships' Bottoms, James Edgar Cook, 446
  • Printing, John Underwood, 351
  • Printing in Colours, Edward Louis and Gideon Bohn, 161
  • Printing and Dyeing Woven Fabrics, Joseph Jakens, 447
  • Printing Fabrics, B.. Dugdale Kay, 406 Portable Printing Instruments, John Clay, 51 Printing Several Colours in Succession on the same Surface, Henry Dolby and Edwin Thomas Dolby, 295
  • Printing Maundrils, Compound, J. Barber, 249 Printing or Staining, and otherwise Preparing Yarns, William Weild, 331
  • Printing Presses, W. S. Clark, 485
  • A. V. Newton, 15
  • Producing Expansion In Power Engines, Peter A. le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 464
  • Producing Expansion in Motive-power Engines. Joseph Augustus "Jordon, 4Q Producing Figures and Designs upon Plates fur Printing from, Guiseppe Devin-cenzi, 219
  • Producing Fire and Light, James Taylor, 388 Producing Glass Designs, Figures and Patterns. Gearge Duuglass Early and John William Edmonds, 296
  • Producing Ornamental Effects upon Fabrics, William Taylor. 33
  • Producing Printing Surfaces, Edmund Joseph Nicholas Juvin, 238
  • Producing Signals in Railway Trains by means of Air, G. Ileppell, 49
  • Producing Simultaneously the Threefold Effect of (fasting, Breaking-off, and Rub. Bing Printing Characters, Michael Joseph Vanderborght, -128
  • Production of Embossed Surfaces on Wood, Jean Omer Henry 51
  • Production of Ornamental Fabrics, J. Merry-lees, 4'A Projectile, It. A. Brooman, 255
  • Milivol Petrovitch, 448
  • Projectiles for Rifle Guns and Mortars, Carl Christian Engstrom, S7
  • Propeller, William Williams, 350
  • Propeller for Ships, James Barker, 369 Propelling, .J. Etienne Marie Jean Clair, 464
  • Propelling, Auguste Quiddle and Charles Ma)et, NO Propelling, Driving, &c., Henry Hamilton Fulton and 'Thomas Boriley Etty, 159 Propelling Shiro, Patrick M‘Grade, 218 Propelling Ships and Vessels, Joseph Heytherne Reed, 369
  • Propelling Ships, Boats, and other Vessels, R. A. Brooman, SO Propelling and Steering Navigable Vessels, A. V. Newton, 483
  • Propelling and Ventilating Ships, Nathaniel Ogle, 456
  • Propelling Vessels, Louis Beaver, 32 Propelling Vessels, Alexander J. Paterson,369
  • Lazare Prosper, Lambert-Alexander and Louis Pierre Felix Mallet, 464
  • Frederick Stubbin, 193
  • Protecting Articles Worn on the Person, Robert Bair, 238
  • Protecting Floating Batteries against Projections, John Anderson, 3?
  • Protecting the Throat against Garotting, Henry Wickens. 15
  • Protective Matting for Sheltering Plants and other Vegetable Productions, R. A. Brooman, 125
  • Puddling and Balling Furnaces, James Caddick, Thomas Hemmings and David Caddick, 388
  • Pugmills, Henry Wimball, 332
  • Pulverising Clay, G. Tomlinson Bousfleld,408
  • Purification of Coal Gas, the Residium being Applicable as a Manure, Alexander Ross, James Valentine, Alexander Murray, and Alexander Don, 16
  • Purification of Water, and the Preparation of Materials requisite for the Process, Carl Heinnen Julius Wilhelm Maximilian Liebmann, 257
  • Purifying Alkaline Lees, Thos Johnson, 107 Purifying Bituminous Oils, John Avery, 257 Purifying Gas, Paul Desrues, 70
  • Purifying Plastic Clay, John Harland, 311 Pulp, Louis Jean Marie Siblett, 313
  • Pulping Coffee, Frederick A. Butler, 312 Thomas kffleck, 144
  • Pumping, John Smith, 15
  • Pumps, R. A. Brooman,,485
  • Pumps and Valves, Joseph IL G. Wells, 49 , Purifying Gas, R. Laming, 143
  • Purifying Water, Henry Nfedlock, 117 Putty, Leonard William Watkins, 62
  • Rails for Railways, Abraham Fitzgibbon, 406 Rails of Railways, James Morris, 275 Railway Carriages, John Haswell, 86
  • Albert Watesquiel, 236
  • Railway Carriages and Brakes, C. Fay, 31 Railway Chairs, W. Clark, I GO Stephen Wright Hawks, 180
  • Robert Taylor, Richard Worswiek, and John Lovatt, 350
  • Railway Chairs and Jointing of Rails, John Middleton and %% illiam Stent, 180 Railway Rolling Stock, J. C. Evans, 276 . Smith, 32
  • Railway Switches and Signal Apparatus, W. Lawrence Mitchell, 49
  • Railway Vehicles, Edmond Roy, 464
  • Railway Wheels, Thomas Parker, 198 Railway Wheels, Axles and Tuyeres, Sam, Lloyd, 386
  • Railways, Nathaniel Cox, 447
  • Raising and Floating Heavy Bodies, Henry Hogartb, 386
  • Raising and Forcing Fluids,J. H. Johnson, 334 David Falconor Wright, 162
  • Raising or Forcing Fluids, R. Wilson, 409 Raising and Forcing Water, Saul Hart, 161 Raising and Lowering Weights, J. Pym, 366 Raising and Shearing Cloths, George Edward Taylor, 311
  • Raising Ships out of the Water for the purpose of Examination and Repair, E. Clark, 107
  • Raising Sunken Ships, Henry Harvey and Robert Smith, 313
  • Bonnet Frederick Brunel, 330
  • John P. Jourdan, 277
  • Raisin:: Writer from Mines, William Harry Harrison, 182
  • Reaping Machines, T. Lyon Thurlov., 33 Robert Wardell, 294
  • Reaping and Mowing, Lewis Hope, 256 John Mickle, 276
  • Joseph Lewis, 256
  • Receptacles for bewage for Separating the Fluid from the Solid portion thereof, and for Purifying and Carrying away the same, F. H. Afaberley, 69
  • Recovering the Fatty Matters from Dirty Axle Grease -ncl Lubricating Oils, Felix Moreau, 161
  • Reducing Copper Ores, W. C. Deeley, 51 Reducing and Reefing the Topsails of Vessels, Francis Coniliane La Croix, 180 Reduction of Zinc Ores, C. de Bussy, 143 Refrigerating or Cooling and Regulating the Temperature in Worts and Beer, which may also be employed as Condensers in Distilling, T. Harris, 107
  • Reefing Sails, Auguste Godet, 180
  • and Reducing Topsails, W. A.Gilbee, 369 Refrigerators, Henry Tibbetts Ropes, 408 Refining Sugar, R. A. Brooman, .148 Registering Index for Metres, J. Carnaby, 427 the Performance of Railway Trains, A. V. Newton, 183
  • Regulating the Flow and Pressure of Liquids and Fluids, John Ramsbottom, and John Bailey Salford, 389
  • Clocks by Electricity, R. Lewis Jones, 238 the Generation and Pressure of Steam, &c., Joshua Horton, jun., 141
  • Paper laid on to be Printed on one or both sides, James John Myers, 409 the Passage of Fluids, Wm. Ross, 312 the Drawing off and the Supply of Water, &c., Joseph Quick, jun„ and Alexander Fraser, 182
  • the Flow of Fluid, J. H. Taylor, 313 the Flow of Gas, J. Horace Taylor, 295 the Flow of Gas, Thomas Wilton and John Huggitt, 332
  • and Indicating the Pressure of Steam, &c., Thomas Cowburn, Jonathan Preston, and Jeremiah Shetlock, 144
  • the Pressure and Flow of Gas, James Farrar, 125
  • the Pressure of Fluids, R. Chrimes, 87 the l'ressure and Supply of Gas, Edwin Marten, 333
  • Relieving the Slide Valves of Steam Engines from unnecessary Pressure, W. E. Newton, 425
  • Removing the Fur from Skins, Jean Mario Leonidas Caillaud, 334
  • Removing Snow from Railways, W. E. Newton, 000
  • Rendering the Joints of Engines or other Machinery Steam or Fluid Tight, Wm. Sulii% an gale, 294
  • Rendering Walls and other Structures Waterproof, Nicolaus harks Szerelmey, GJ Repairing Silks, Cotton, and other Fibrous Substances, W. E. Newton, 237 Repairing and Finishing Threads or Yarns, Robert Adam, 294
  • Repairing the Surfaces of, and Cementing Fibrous Niaterials, Charles Frederick Bielefield, 333
  • Repeating and other Fire-arms, H. Ball, 370 Repeating Fire.arms„k. V. Newton, 295 Retarding Railway Trains, David Dunne Kyle, 83
  • Retarding and Stopping Carriages on Railways, Samuel Draper, 198
  • Revolving Fire-arms, Gustav Jahn, 351 Ribbons, Pierre Benoit Cbapuls, -181
  • Rising Beer and other Liquids, H. Jones. 448 Rivets, Bolts, Spikes, &c., John Elliott, 51 F. Watkins, 409
  • Roads and Ways, particularly applicable to populous cities and crowded thoroughfares, Charles Baylis, 236
  • Roasting Meat, J. H. Johnson, 52
  • Rollers employed in Calendering, Mangling, &c., W. E. Newton, 88
  • Rollers or Cylinders for Printing Fabrics, W. Samuel Burton, 294
  • Rolling Iron and Steel Wire, John Crulk-shank, 1'2
  • Rollers for Printing, John Davies, 3S7
  • Theodore H. Jennens, 198 1). Morrison, 387
  • J. J. Rippon, 310
  • John Wilkes, Thomas Wilkes, and Gilberi ilkes, 255
  • James Withnall, 258, 389
  • Rolling Iron and steel, William Hale, 257 Rolling Taper Bars, Thomas Edwards and Daniel Rowley, 107
  • Rolling Tnyeres and Hoops for Wheels, C. Bartholomew and John fleptinstall, 406 Ropes, Strands for Ropes, A. F. Sherman, 371 Rotary Engines, R. A. Brooman, 68
  • Claude Antoine Bus*on, 406
  • Henry Clark, 461
  • Rotative Engines, G. Antoine Tahourin, 217 Rotary Pumps, David Thomson, 312
  • Rotary Machine, J. Cooke and W. Cooke, 101 Rotary Motion for all kinds of Vehicles, Louis Antoine Lang, 32
  • Roving, Spinning, Sze., Johu Lawson and Stephen Cotton, 160
  • Roofing, Samuel Hemming, 256
  • Rules and other Measuring Instruments, A. V Newton, 371
  • Rudder, A. V. Newton, 298
  • Ruling Paper and Pens or Instruments for the same, Jacob Ulrich Ott and Frederick August Moritz ULM, 465 Runners, Top Notches, John Ruberg, 106
  • Saddles and Collars for Horses, James Edward Shearman, 180
  • Safety Envelope, Arthur Granger, 312
  • Safety Pins for Ladies' Dress, J. Edridge, 87 Safety Valves for Steam Boilers, R. Bodmer, 350
  • Safety or other Valves, John Poole, 239 Saggars, Joseph Skertchly, 163
  • Sails, Henry Duncan Preston Cunningham, 198—See also Reefing and Furling Sailing Vessels on the Surface of the Water, Walter James Handscombe ltodd, 426 Saw Setting Apparatus, George Marshall, 258 Sawing Machinery, R. A. Broomau, 51 Sawing all Kinds of Wood, William Young Smith, 70
  • Sawing Machinery, James Bird Sparke and Alfred Sparke, 314
  • Scale-beams or Balances, Patrick Henry Sharkey, 104
  • Screws, Thompson Newbury, 33
  • Screws or Submerged Propellers, Richard Atkinson Coward, 218
  • Screw-gill Boxes, Samuel Mortimer, 370 Screw-gill Machinery for Preparing Wool and other Fibrous Materials, Thomas Fielding Johnson and J. Williams, 142 Screw and Lifting Jacks, H. C. Bill, 70 Screw Nut and Ratchet Brace, J. Hope, 465 Securing Screw Nuts on their Bolts, and Bolts in Plates, James Murphy, 220 Screw Propeller, John, James, and William Daykin Grimshaw, 447
  • Thomas Wingate, 141
  • Screw Threads, George L. Doelling, 126 Scutching Machines, J. H. Johnson, 86 Scuttle for Ships, George Powers, 369 Scythes, Robert Otway, 294
  • James Payne, 331
  • Sealed Flaps of Envelopes and Letter Paper, Spendlove Desborough, 404
  • Seamless Pipes and Tubes, John J. Speed, jun., and John Aylesworth Bailey, 51 Securing Cases containing Bullion and other Valuable Property, William Lund, 144 Securing and Disconnecting Ships' Boats and Towing Cables, A. F. Kynaston, 310 Securing Rails in the Chairs, Louis Desire Aubert, 446
  • Securing the Rails of Railways in their Chairs, John Beech and John Williams, 310
  • Securing Windows, M. W. Hallett, 160 Separating Seeds, James Savory, 447 Separating Animal from Vegetable Fibres, J. L. Norton, 126
  • Separating Calcareous Rocks, P. A. le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 465
  • Separating Coin, Charles William Scott, 107 Separating the different Solid Fatty Acids from the Liquid Fatty ones, Laurent Laurot, 219
  • Separating Grain and Seeds from Dust, John Parker, 256
  • Separating Substances of Different Specific Gravities, Julius Frederick Philip Ludwig Von Sparre Eisleben, 4-1S Separating Tin from Tin Plate Scrap, Alexander Parkes, 19
  • Separating Vegetable Fibres from Mixed Fabrics, Thomas Gray, 218
  • Separation of Gold from certain Auriferous Mixtures, Astley Pastran Price, 144 Setting and Distributing Printing Types, Timothy Alden, 51
  • Sewers and Gullets, Thomas Wright Treeby Treeby, 218
  • Sewing or Embroidering Textile Fabrics, Robert Macdonald, 237
  • Sewing and Embroidering, F. Whitaker, 426 Sewing Fabrics, J. H. Johnson, 69
  • Sewing Fabrics together, W. E. Newton, 465 Sewing Machines, G. T. Bousfield, 106 John Hewitt, 296
  • J. H. Johnson, 126, 371
  • W. E. Newton. 50
  • George Pearson. and Edward Jessop, 314
  • Thomas and Frederick Sugden, 334 William Frederick Thomas, 14
  • John Woodley, and Henry Herbert Sviinford, 251
  • Sewing Machinery, W. E. Newton, 107 Shackle for the Springs of Carriages, Isaac Aldebert, 180
  • Sheet Glass, William Clark, 200
  • Sheet Metal, William Henry Wimshurst, 108 Ships and other Vessels Navigating on Water, Thomas Ayles, and Robert Andrews Ayles, 105
  • Ships' Fittings, such as M ast Hoops, Jib Hanks, and Jib and other Travellers, Samuel Dyer, 105
  • Ships' Night signals, Cotton Symonds, 123 Ships' Main Pump, J. Murdock, 32
  • Ships' 1 himbles and other Metallic Fittings used for Rigging and Sails, Clement Sharp, 21R Ship's Yards, John Brown, 32
  • Shirt Collars, George Pate Cooper, 69
  • C. J. Parry and William Briddon, 199 Shirts and outer Articles, David Hesse and Max Hesse, 407
  • Shoes and Boots, Louis Adolphe Cauville, 388 Shoes, Boots, Harness, &c., Jean Leonard Codet.Negrier, 465
  • Shoes for Horses, William Walker Reay, 14 Shot and Shells for Rifled Ordnance, C. Cowper, 276
  • Shovels for general use, James Hunt, 111 Shutters for Shop Fronts, Joseph Smith and Horatio Wiseman, 50
  • Sieve used in Calico Printing, R. Hindle, 331 Signal Apparatus, Le Comte de Fontaineino-reau, 13
  • Signal and Alarum, John Langford and Joseph Wilder, 162
  • Signal Alarum, Charles Henry Baker, 275 Signalling between the Guards and Engine Drivers of Railway Trains, L.Wilks, 160 Signalling on Railways, Robert Gibson, 32 Jean Joseph Baranowski, 255 upon Railways, William Bond Paul, 3S8 Signals, Jean Marie Letestu, 160
  • Sebastien Didier Lheritier, 310
  • John Harrison, 425
  • for Railways, Henry Moorhouse, 32 for Reefs, H. Lawrence De Zeng, 238 Signal Lamps, Arthur Clark, 105
  • Lamps, William Hart, 446
  • Silk, W., t lark, 447
  • Skidding the Wheels of Carriages, Augustus Piggott Oldershaw, 369
  • Silvering Animal, Vegetable, and Mineral Objects, Johann P. Becker, 40S Singeing Fabrics, Frederick Sampson, 32 Sizeing Yarn, James Kinder Cheetham, and Thomas Southworth, 236
  • or Preparing Yarns for Weaving, Hanle Howarth, 12-1
  • Sleepers for Railways, W. II. Barlow and James Samuel, 218
  • of Railways, Adolphe Leclercq, 294 Slide Lathes, William Heap, 296
  • Val% es, Frederic Sarley Stott, 49
  • Valves for Steam Engines, Abraham Hem-iugway, and Thomas Wheatley, 104
  • Valves of Stean Engines and in the Mode of Working the same, Henry Whittles and Robert Schofield, 123
  • Slips or Ways for Heaving up and Moving Ships, and in Cradles, R. Turnbull, 340
  • Sliding Drawer, Applicable to all Steam Engines, Henry 'frappes. 406
  • Slop and Toilet Pail, A. Simpson, 465
  • Smelting and Refining Iron, J. C. Haddan, 333 Smelting Ores, J. C. Iladdan, 88
  • Smoke Consuming Apparatus, Jean Jacques Bouvert, and F. I. Jean Pascal, 310 Smoke Consuming Furnace, W. Smith, 330 Smoothing Glass, J. Crossley, 312
  • Smoothing Irons, A. V. Newton, 313
  • Soap, W. Gossage, 371
  • William Ilenry Holding and James Robert Casby, 144
  • John Thomas Hay, 6s8
  • Soap and Detergent Preparations or Com-pctinds, 465
  • Soaps, Thomas Horton, 220
  • Soda and Potash, W. Gossage, 219
  • Sounding Apparatus for Sailing Ships, John M'Intyre, 49
  • Spikes and Rivets, Francis Watkins, SS Spindles for Door Locks, W. A. Alderton, 407' Spinning, Henry lsrierly, 311
  • Spinning and Doubling Cotton, William Macpherson, 33
  • Spinning and Doubling, Edward Oldfield, 331 Spinning Fibrous Substances, Richard Fitton, and Samuel Hall, 387
  • Spinning Fibrous Material,, S. Walmsley, 369 Spinning Flax, Tow and Hemp, Thomas Whitehead, 294
  • Spinning Frames for Spinning, W. Hartley, 32 Spinning Machines, J. it Jolimon, 181 Spinning Mules and Slubbinr, Machines, Nathan James Greenwood, 256
  • Spinning and 'Tarring Fibrous Material, Rox-burg. A. F. Sherman, 484
  • Spinning and Winding Yarn, Thomas Willis, and George Cbell, 484
  • Spirit when Rice is used, Vincent Louis Ca-zimir Renon. 15
  • Splitting Leather, R. A. Brooman, 258
  • Spring Bed Bottoms, Elkan Adler, 181 Springs for Railroad Carriages, Alfred Vincent Newton, 198
  • Springs for Vehicles, Daniel Reading, 406 Stable Fittings, Louis le Chevalier Cottam, 408 Stages used in Green-Houses and Hot-liouses, Joseph Robinson, 199
  • Self-inking Stamp for Printing Cards, Labels, &c., George Davies, 257
  • Stamping and Embossing, Daniel Benjamin Herts, 162
  • Stamping Metals, F. Walton, and J. Pinson. 485 Stamping or Printing and arranging Papers, Letters, and other Articles, Pearson hill, 296
  • Starch, Giacomo Sileoni, 238
  • Edward Tucker, 407
  • 'William Allen Turner, 126
  • Stationary Cabinets, George Phillips, 181
  • Steam Boilers, Henry Bougleux, 68
  • Steam Cooking Apparatus, G. Forsyth, 258
  • Steam Digging Apparatus, R. A. Brooman, 181
  • Steam Driving Machinery. William Sissons and Peter White, 427
  • Steam Engine, R. A. Brooman, 63
  • Steam Engines, James Burrows, 141
  • William Carwood, 14
  • T. Craddock, 293
  • Steam Engines, William Irlam Ellis, 416
  • George Grimson, 141
  • Steam Engines, Marine, J. C. Haddan, 141
  • Steam-Engines, William Becket Johnson, 31
  • 'Henry Alfred Jowett, 68
  • David Joy, 293
  • Thomas Lawrence, 255
  • John Alfred Llmbert, 141
  • William 51•Naught, 31
  • John Atherton Nolineaux, 316
  • W. E. Newton, 85
  • A. V. Newton, 85
  • James Petrie and William M'Naught, 49
  • Ellis Rowland, 255
  • Jolin Aiken Salmon, 446
  • Edmund Whitaker, Alfred Law and James Fletcher, 425
  • Steam-Engines, Portable, for Azricultural Purposes, James Burrell, 311
  • Steam-Engine and Steam-Boller, Thomas Craddock, 350
  • Steam-Engine, Boiler, and other Furnaces, Henry Glaysher, 236
  • Steam Gauges and Water Indicators, Thomas Young Hall, 274
  • Steam Generators, W. Smith, 483
  • Steam Hammers, J. H. Johnson, 313
  • Hammers, John M 'Dowell, 389
  • Pipes for leating and Drying, J. Fielding, 428
  • Pipe Self-Acting Regulator, T. Burton and Simeon Lord, 350
  • Tram for Navigating Shallow Rivers, J. Bourne, 49, 105
  • Windlass and Boiler, R. A. Brooman. 294
  • Steering Apparatus, John Graham, 294
  • for Ships and other Vessels, W. E. Newton, 218
  • Ships, Rudolph Bodmer, 218
  • Vessels and Apparatus for Signalling between the Deck and tho Engine Room of Steam Vessels, T. Turner and Henry Boyens, 141
  • Steel, Stephen Barker, 313
  • John Wilson, 52
  • and Cast Steel, Chas. Pauvert, 220
  • Pens, William Fox, 485
  • Tubes Applicable to the Flues of Steam Boilers, &c., J. J. Russell, and J. Bennet Howell, 70
  • and Iron Wire for Umbrella and Parasol Frames. Jabez Morgan, 162
  • Wire, Flat, 8. Fox, 4:4
  • Steps for Carriages, David Davies, 198 Stereoscopes. William Henry Phillips, 52 Richard Quin, 107
  • Thomas John Taylor, 162
  • Stiffening Fibrous Materials, Compound for, James Higgin, and Lightfoot. 350 Stiffening, Sizeing, or otherwise Preparing Ttxtile Fabrics, F. C. Calhert, 105 Stockings, Frederick Ayckbourn, SO Stocks for the Neck, John Stephen Jarvis, 370 Stockmen's Saddles and Appeu cages thereto Thomas Newton, 141
  • Stop Cocks, W. M'Culloch and T. Kennedy, 258
  • Stop Cocks or Valves, W. M'Culloch and T. Kennedy, 52
  • Stoppering Jars, Bottles, &c., J. Roberts, 70 Stoppers for Decanters. John Millar, 25g Stopping or Retarding Railway Carriages, George William Sayer, :65
  • Stopping or Retarding Railway Carriages and Trains, and Machinery, &c , James Harris, 105
  • Stove Grates, Henry Elliott Hoole, 397 Stove Grates and Fire-places, Robert Russell, 87
  • Stoves or Heating Apparatus, William Thomson, 332
  • Straining or Filtering Colours, John James Rippon, 315
  • Strawsbakers, William Wood Filcher, 142 Strengthening Metallic iind other Structures, William Pedder, 220
  • Stretching, Drying, and Finishing Woven Fabrics, Charles Whewell, 124 Stretching and Drying Fabrics, Samuel Morand, 484
  • Stretching Woven Fabrics, H. Crompton, 4S1 William Owen, 461
  • Strip and Hoop Iron, G. Wand A. Hickman, IOS Stuffing for Beds, Couches, &c., John Peter Booth 388
  • Submarine Works, T. R. Winder, 311 Submerged Propellers, Carl Gustaf Carle-men, 463
  • Substitute for Argol and Tartaric Acid, W. W. Bonney, 428
  • Substitute for Hair, Charles D. Davies.4133 Substitute for Animal Charcoal, Ernest Ziegler. 419
  • Sulphate of Soda, B. A. Broomall, 220 Sulphuric Acid, W. Gossage, 15, 52, 83 J. Oliver, 212
  • Supply of Water to Steam Boilers, Henry Martin. 236
  • Supplying Air to Organs, Ice., H. Willis. 332 Supplying Ink for Stamps, George Henry Cresswell, 458
  • Supplying Boilers with Water, Generating Steam, and Consuming Smoke, Schofield Crowther Sheard and George Underwood, 425
  • Supplying Steam Boilers with Water, C. J. Wiggs, 104
  • Supporting and Propelling the Human Body in Water, G. F. Remley, 4k3
  • John Phillips, 485
  • Suspension Briages, R. M. Ordish, 237 Swinging, See-sawing, and Performing Exercises or Amusements in tho Charles J. I. Lavigne, 333
  • Syphons, Thomas W. G. Freeby, 371
  • Table Knives, W. E. Newton, 4
  • Taking the Measurement of Garments, A. T. Newton, 351
  • Taking Photographic Pictures, Joseph Purnell, 343
  • Tanners' and Carriers' knives, George Bartholomew, 389
  • Tanning, Henry Latond, 277
  • W. E. Newton, 257
  • Tap or Cock, Thomas Frederick Halo, 407 Taps or Valves, Thomas Melling, 313 Telegraphic Instruments called " Embossing Telegraphs," Edward F. Barnes, 371 Tell-tale for Public Vehicles, F. Parker, 406 Temple, W. Halsall and W. Hayhurst, 181 Testing the Strength of Woven Fabrics, ace., William Hebdon, 387
  • Threshing and Cleansing Grain, George Alfred. Shaw, 50
  • Threshing and Winnowing Machine, T. George Shaw, 199
  • Threshing and Dressing Grain, Hy. King, 14 Tbrostles, A. Royds and J. Kenyon, 142 Throstles for Dortin4 the Bobbilit., H.Hal1,255 Tile Making Machinery, C. Pase.411, 370
  • Tiles, Pipes, Ste., H. 45
  • Tilling the Land, Thomas IAwes, 276 Motion, and Means of Stopping it Immediately, Florentine Guano, 1 1
  • Tilting Iron and Steel, G. Walter Dyson, 233 Time-Keepers. Thomas Sherratt, 46.")
  • Tools for Cutting Cylindrical and Conical Forms, Matthew Teattles, 53
  • Tools for Drilling and Boring, Andrew Peddie How, 219
  • Toothed Coverings of Rag Machine Cylinders, John Earnsbaw, jun., 435
  • Top Notches for Umbrellas and Parasols, W. Holland, 238, 311
  • Tracing Cloth, W. E. Newton, 25T Traction Engines, William Bray. 49 Transmitting Messages by Audible Signals, A. V. Newton, 107
  • Transmission of Motive Power,Uriah Lane,274 Travellers' Watch, Anguelin Modeste, 276 Travelling Bags, Frederick Schafer and W. Schafer, 161
  • Caps, James llanibal Tozer, 443
  • Treating Animal Matters for Manure, Joseph Bower, 33
  • Animal and Vegetable Fabrics, Henry 11 enson, 86
  • Beet-root for the Manufacture of Vinegar, William Armand Gilbee, 51
  • Bones for the Purpose of Obtaining Gela. tine, Augustus E. Schmersshl, 331 Burmese and such like Petroleum, G. F. Wilson, 87, 126
  • Treating Cotton Seed in order to Extract Colour from the Oils obtained there. from, James Edward Duyck, 237
  • Treating Cotton Waste. A. Nield and N. Suckley Sutcliffe, 273
  • Treating Fatty and 011y Substances, Benjamin Chew Tilghman, 407
  • Treating Fibrous and Vegetable Substances, Richard Archibald Brooman, 313 Treating Feldspar, W. E. Newton, 14 Treating India Rubber and Gutta Percha, G. T. Bousfield, 313
  • Treating Old or Waste Wood Sleepers and Bearers, and in Preparing Wood for Railway Sleepers and Bearers and other Works, Thomas Richardson, and Edmund John Jasper Browell, 310
  • Treating Ore, C. Bulks, 5.;
  • Treating Peat, and in the application of the same to various purposes, Frederick Shand Hemming, 293 •
  • Treating Pile Fabrics, R. A. Brooman, 33 Treating the Threads of Floss Silk, &c., J. M urdoch, 142
  • Treating the Waste Waters of Woollen and and other Mills, W.C.T. Schaeffer, 287 Treatment of Flax and similar Textile Materials, J. H. Johnson, 141
  • Treatment of a Fruit or Vegetable, and in the application thereof, E. Gripper, 277 Treatment of Floss Silk, J. H. Johnson, 294 Treatment of Maize or Indian Corn, James Anderson, 370
  • Treatment of Mineral Substances, ecc., Herbert Mackwortli, 409
  • Treatment of Rangoon Naphtha, Thomas William Keates, 70
  • Treatment of Substances containing Earthy Phosphates, L. A. Rittelbandt, :2 Treatment of Wash Waters containing Soap, John Leslie, 312
  • Treatment of Woven Fabrics, George Hamilton, 275
  • Treatment of Yarns, William Todd, 461 Treatment of Vegetable Substances, Edgar Beale and Mary Ann [fettle, 2.0 Triggers, Francois Desir Legard, 332 Trowsers. James Richard Field, Julius Good. man and Louis Goodman, 199
  • Samuel Robert Lewis, 387
  • Trucks, James Hopkins and G. Pearce, 426 Trucks for Locomotive Engines, L. Beason, 386
  • Tubes used in Spinning, John Marland, 370 Turning Articles of Irregular Forms, W. E. Newton, 162
  • Turntables, Railway, Robert Russel, 275 and Weighing Cranes, W. Irlam, 49 Tuyeres for Blast Furnaces, Marius Chas-tegnon, 296
  • Twisting and Spinning Cotton and other Fibrous Nlaterials, 16i)
  • Type, Louis Leon Foucher. 200 pes for Printing, George Schaub, 334
  • Umbrella and Parasol Ribs, J. Rubery, 332 W. Holland, 465
  • John Puller and Laurence Pullar, 181 Unions for Pipes, E. C. Kemp, 427
  • Uniting Metallic Substances, J. Coutte, 334 Use of Iron or any other Metal by itself or in Combination with other Materials for Structural Purposes, 160
  • Utilising the Waste Gases of Blast Furnaces, F.,Levick, jun., and J. James, 15
  • Valves of Steam-Engines, John Cawood, James Beeson, William Smith, and Richard Henehley, 14
  • Valve, Bennett Johns Heywood, 408
  • Charles Renshaw, 313
  • Valves, Taps, &v., Julius Decimus Tripe, 52 Valve Gear for Reciprocating Steam Engines, W. E. Newton, 191
  • Valve Musical Instruments, Jos. Higham, 88
  • Varnish for Water Colours, &c., • Renwick Bowditch, 51
  • Vat to be Used in the Manufacture of Paper, John Matthews. 333
  • Vehicles, J. Williams, 180
  • Velveting Paper and Textile Fabrics, Pascal Florentin Coulon, 465
  • Ventilating, NVilliam Cooke, 161
  • George Heppell, 409
  • Ventilating Buildings, John Leslie, 370
  • Ventilating and Increasing the Draught in Fire-Places and Flues, 311
  • Ventilating and Preventing Inundations in Coal Mines, Laurent Piand, 219
  • Ventilating and Removing the Products of Combustion of Fuel, David Owen Edwards, 199
  • Ventilating Vehicles in Motion, Thomas • Wheelhouse and John Greenwood, 464 Ventilation, Daniel Cooper, Thomas Wood Heaton and Thomas Lee Langshavr,125 Ventilator for Omnibuses, and Apparatus for Actuatinz the same, Thomas t'ooke,105 Ventilators, John Ralph Engledue and William Cullis, 426
  • Ventilator, John nankin, 435
  • Vices, William Hyde and Joshua Hyde, 428 Robert Low and William Press, 483
  • Warming and Ventilating, Jules Moes, 237
  • Warming and Ventilating Apartments, J. H. Johnson, 176
  • Warping Cotton and other Fibrous Substances. Samuel Lees, James Lees, and Frederick Lees, 484
  • Washing, Richard Appleby, 144
  • John Avery, 407
  • Wpam Banks and John Banks, 256
  • Benjamin Biram, 87
  • Thomas Briggs and John Starkey, 428
  • Edmund Edwards and Edw. Beacher, 314
  • Joseph England, 311
  • E. Gripper, 426
  • Isaac Holden, 124
  • Edmund Hollingworth, 428
  • James Lee Norton, 124
  • Martin Nunn, 256
  • James Penny and John Booth, 33
  • Peter Pilkington and Tho. Entwistle, 53
  • David Macdonald, 49
  • J. Morris, 53
  • Robert Fowler Swift, Richard Swift, and John Cormes, 370
  • Watch and Property Protector Pocket, Joseph James Bannister, 181
  • Watches, John Forrest Watson 143
  • Water-Closets. Thomas Bullock, 447
  • D. A. Lamb, 160
  • William Stubbs, 125
  • Water Gas Meters, James Stevens, 448
  • Water Ganges of Steam Boilers, Thomas Taylorson Jopling, 446
  • James Sutcliffe, 446
  • Water Meters, John Miller, 410
  • Water Meter, A. V. Newton, 256
  • Watar• Ram for Raising Water, Joseph Thursfield, 312
  • Water Wheels, William Ashby, 406
  • Waterproof Boots and Shoes, Charles Goodyear, 311
  • Waterproofing, Louis Heinemann and A. Heinneman, 387
  • Weaving, W Adam and J. S. Templeton, 218
  • Edwin Heywood, 14
  • Frederick William Mowbray, 199
  • Richard Roberts, Wright Shaw, and Samuel Shaw, 484
  • George Sugden and Jonas Briggs, 275
  • I. NV hitesmith and W. Whitesmith, 426
  • George Wilson, 198
  • George White, 275
  • Wheeled Carriages, F. H. Maberley, 49
  • Thomas Sanderson, 330
  • Wheels and Axle-boxes, G. T. Roucfield, 484
  • Wheels and Axles for Common Road Carriages, Francois Frederic Dumarche, Samuel Levy, and Joseph Meyer, (8
  • Wheels for Railway and other Carriages, P. V. Beaumesnil, and C. Erhard, 310
  • Wicks of Candles and Lamps, A. L. Antran, 87
  • Winding up Clocks, J. L. Guillaume Bailey, 34
  • Winding and Doubling Fibrous Substances, R. Bodmer, 331
  • Materials, R. A. Brooman, 68
  • Winding Weft, Michael Henry, 407 Winding Yarn, Robert Knowles, 331
  • Winding Yarns or Threads, W. Robertson, James Guthrie, and John Menzies, 198 140
  • Windlasses, Albert Demerit Bishop, 369 Ships', S. Dyer, 160
  • Window Frames and Sashes, Lewis Fenton Kenny. 448
  • Window Heads and Sills Lintels, and other similar parts of Buildings, J. Bird, 105 140
  • Window Sashes, James Robertson Dick, Window or other Sashes, F. Sadgrove, 106 140
  • Window Price Tickets, Henry Smith, 144 Window Shutters, P. A. le Comte de Fontaiuemoreau, 199
  • Winnowing Corn and Separating Seeds, W. Colborne Cambridge, 387
  • Machines, William Sawney, 447
  • Wire, &c., James Cocker, 182
  • Cards for NI etallic Brushes, F. Newton, and other Ropes, Archibald Smith, 182 140
  • Strands for Electrical Purposes, Robert Stirling Newall, 407
  • Woollen Cloth, Wilhelm Zipser, and Johann Peter Klein, 181
  • Working Metallic Ores and their Products, J. T. Pitman, 162
  • Working the Sails of Squaresail Vessels and in Rig, James Edward Colo, 255 140
  • Working Punkas and Whisks, George F. F. Remfey, 258
  • Working Signal Apparatus on Railways, C. Martin, 275
  • Worsted and Woollen Yarn, W. Foster, 465 140
  • Wringing Machines, W. S. Underhill, 486 140
  • Writing instruments, J. Henderson, 296 140
  • Writing Materials, John G. Taylor, 466 140
  • Wrought Iron Railway Chairs, John Ramsbottom, 310
  • Yarns, Thomas IV ilks Lord, 50
  • Yellow Prussiate of Potass, J. Taylor, and Edward Owen, 162

Patents on which the Stamp Duty of £50 has been Paid

  • Adams, William Bridges, 274
  • Aerts, Paul Francois, 48
  • Armstrong, Joseph, 386
  • Asprey, Charles, 369
  • Bardet, Joseph Marie, and F. Collette, 31
  • Baudouin, Felix Marie, 433
  • Bele, Thomas. and henry z-clioletield, 85
  • Bellford, Auguste Edouard Loradoux, 85, 349
  • Beliner, Edouard, 405
  • Bennett, Thomas, 274
  • Berard, Aristide Baltharard, 159
  • Bernard, Julian, 140, 424
  • Bernot, Etienne, 254
  • Bertram. William, 463
  • Betteley, Joseph, 369
  • Biddell, George Arthur, 48
  • Biggart, Thoma3, and Allan Loudon, 309
  • Bishop, William, 48
  • Blundell, Walter, 140, 424
  • Bottomley, Reuben, David Schofield, and Henry Spencer, 13
  • Boulton, Joseph, 254
  • Bonsfleld, George Tomlinson. 405
  • Bouvet, Julien Louis Pierre Jean Baptiste, Hector, 159
  • Bowlas, David, 31
  • Boyle, Arthur, 236
  • Bradshaw, James and William, 349
  • BrindleyElijah Henry, 67
  • Brisco, Robert, and Peter St Horeman, 123
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, 349
  • Brownfoot, William, 198
  • Buchanan. James, 380
  • Bnrgess, AVilliam, 140
  • Burns, James, 198
  • Carpenter, Samuel Alfred. 405
  • Chambers, Thomas, jun., 6;
  • Champonnes, Hughes, and Jean Baptiste Bavelier, 31
  • Chancel, John Baptiste, 48
  • Clarburn, William Houghton, 123
  • Clarke, John.386
  • Clayton, Thomas, and Robert Harrop, 198
  • Collier, George, and Samuel Thornton, 236
  • Collier, George. 254
  • Collins, Samuel, 217
  • Cooper, Thomas, 236
  • Cornides, Louis, 254
  • Cottam, Henry Richard, 13
  • Cowper, Charles, 309
  • Cox, George Addison, 123
  • Crabtree, Samuel, 217
  • Craddock, Thomas, 140
  • Craig, William Grindley, 463
  • Crosley, Henry, 217
  • Cunningham, John, 123, 236
  • Curtis, Matthew, William henry Rhodes, and John 'Wain, 159
  • Daises, John Benjamin, 110
  • Davis, George, 369
  • Dawes, W illlam Henry, 198
  • De le Rue, Warren, 483
  • Delsarte, Francois Alexandre Nicolas, 293
  • Diaper, Henry, 4U5
  • Dockray, Jacob. and John Dawson, 293
  • Dodds, Isaac, 463
  • Dreaper, William Porter, 463
  • Ebert, Christian Henry Richard, and Lippman Jacob Levishon, .163
  • Eden, James, 198
  • Elliott, Thomas, 13
  • Evans, Geo. Frederick, and F. J. Evans, 198
  • Evans. Llewellyn William, and James Mc Bryde' 463
  • Ferrier, David, 369
  • Fisher, Samuel, 445
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Comte de, 140, 309,'386
  • Forbes. Charles Wentworth, 217
  • Garrett, Richard, and Rich. Garrett, Jun., 31
  • Gaulton, William Peel, 274
  • Gedge, John, 109
  • Ges,-ner, Ernst, 271
  • Gibson, John, 1.10
  • Gilhee, William Armand, 4S Gillott, Joseph, jun., and Henry Gillott, 405
  • Gowland, George, 421
  • Gray, John, 15), t79
  • Grcayes, John, and Charles M. Greaves, 123
  • Green, Joseph, and William Jackson, 103
  • Greville, I'eniston Grosvenor, 123
  • Grist, John, 159
  • Gwynne, James, Egleson Anderson, 179
  • Hackworth, John Wesley, 179
  • Iladdan, John Coope, 309, 349
  • Hall, Edward, 369
  • HaIltim, Ephraim, 85
  • Hancock, J{MCS Lamb, 159
  • Halien, Edward, 103
  • Hann, William, 385
  • Harman, henry William, 369
  • Ilartley, James, 421
  • Harvey, William James, 463
  • Hayes, William Bramwell, 217
  • Hayter, Thoma', 159
  • Healey, John, John Foster, and J. Lowe, 330
  • }lento--, Samuel, 3S6
  • Hodson, W illiam, 236
  • Hopkinson, Joseph, jun., 339
  • Hughes, Bernard, 483
  • Hunt, John, 483
  • Hughes, Edward Joseph, 13
  • Hyde, John Moore, •124
  • Illingwortl-, Alfred, and H. Illingworth, 309
  • Johnson, John Henry, 293, 483
  • Johnson, Richard, 103
  • Jchnso--, Wiriam Beckett, 67
  • Johnston, Nathaniel, 445
  • Keefe, Richard, 330
  • Kennard, William, 103
  • Kershaw, Samuel, and James Taylor, 140
  • Kirkup, Lancelot, 386
  • Knight, John, and James Stubbs, 85
  • Knowelden, John, 4S Knowles, Peter, and Edward Kirby, 386
  • Kociller, Louis Christian, 85
  • Lamb, John, 31
  • Law, Alexander, 85
  • Lindner, Edward, 330
  • Livesey, John, 67, 123
  • Lockhart, John, jun., 67
  • Lush, Witham Septirnus, 85
  • Low, William, 905
  • Lund, Edward, 123
  • Lund, Henry, 217
  • Maddox, John, Edward Gardner, and George Dyer Green, 330
  • Maggs, Oliver, 48, 349
  • Maniere, Edward, 463
  • Markland, Thomas, 13
  • Martin, Albinus, 405
  • Mason, John, and Leonard Kaberry, 424
  • Mason, Samuel, and William Beeby, 309
  • Mather. Colin, 330
  • Mandslay, Joseph, 405
  • McConnel, James Edward, 31, 445
  • McConnel, Robert, 251
  • Melsens, Louis Henri Frederick, 483
  • Mesurier, Frederick le, 421
  • Metcalfe, Thomas, 369
  • M4Iler, George Mackay, 198
  • Milner, William, 483
  • Miles, Louis Player, 103
  • McNaught, William, 274
  • Moineau, Isidore Alexandre, and Jean Gustave Lemasson, 369
  • Newall, Robert Stirling, 349
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, 198
  • Newton, William Edward, 103
  • Nicholson, William Newzam, 31
  • Nickels, Christopher, and James Hobson, 254
  • Norton, John, 140, 159, 217
  • Parker, James. 179
  • Penn, John, 254
  • Petit, Amable Hippolyte, 85
  • Petrie, John, jun., 123
  • Platt, John, 309
  • Pole, William, 31
  • Preston, Francis, 85
  • Pretsch, Paul, 349
  • Pretty, John, 123
  • Proust, Pierre Etienne, 293
  • Ramsbottom, Ilenry Robert, 369
  • Rathen, Anthony Bernhard Baron von, 309
  • Redgate, James, James Thornton, and Edwin Ellis, 463
  • Reid, William, 309
  • Render, Henry, 483
  • gestell, Thomas, 424
  • Rimmel, Eugene, 369
  • Roberts, Richard, 67, 85, 330, 421
  • Ross, Georce, 369
  • Ruolz, Henri Catherine de, and Anslem Louis Larie de Fontenay, 198
  • Sands, John, 421
  • Scheutz, 4:eorge, and Edward Scheutz, 293
  • Schloesinc, Theophile, 13
  • Seithen, John, 179
  • Seville. Edward John, 251
  • Sherrat, Thomas, *.:74
  • Sicard, Pierre Amable de Saint Simon, 159
  • Siddons, William, 140
  • Sinclair, the Honourable James (commonly called Lord Berrie'Iale), 236
  • Smethwick, William Beasley, 1u5
  • Smith, Henry, 140
  • Smith, Jabez, 463
  • Smith, Sydney, 421
  • Smith, William, and Thomas Phillips, 159
  • Smith, William Henry, henry Bessemer, and Robert Lolusdon, 159
  • Stansbury, Charles Frederick, 293
  • Stratford, Benjamin O'Nealo. 110
  • Surgey, W illiam Palmer, 217
  • Tatham, William, 271
  • Taylor. George, :11:1
  • Thom, John, 424
  • Thompson, Nathan, 23G Thompson, Robert Henry, 67
  • Todd, William, and Jacob Told, 1.10
  • Top, Nathaniel, John Holt, and John Partint,,n, 369
  • Turner, Henry, 123
  • Turner, Luke, 463
  • Ty carman, Thomas Frederick, 319
  • Verel, William Aristides, 369
  • Wain, John, 339
  • Walduck, Henry, 103
  • Walker, Robert, 4S3
  • Waterhouse, Thomas, 85
  • Weston, George, 140
  • Westwood. Joseph, and Robert Baillie, 123
  • Why Lock, Richard, and Thomas Preston, 463
  • Wilson, G. lergusson, and G. Payne, 67, 251
  • Wilson, G. F., and John Chase Craddock, 445
  • Wilson, Robert, 386
  • Winfield, Robert Walter, 30'.1
  • Worrall, James, jun., 140
  • Wright, Thomas, 67
  • Yates, William, 13

Price List of Specifications

  • 2592, 7d.; 2593. ls. 5d.; 2660, 6d; 2662, 10d.; 2672, 3d.; 2076.3s. 9d.; 2677, 18. 3d.; 2681, 9d.: 2683,10d.; 2691,1s.; 2692,13d.; 2700,10d.; 2701, 5d.; 2702, 3d.; 2703, 3d.; 2704, 7d.; 2708, 3d.; 2709, 10d.; 2710, 5d.; 2711, 6d.; 2712, 3d.; 2714, 3d.; 2715, 3d.; 2716, 3d.; 2718, 3d.; 2720, 6d.; 2723, 6d.; 2724, ls. 4d; 2725, 5d.; 2726, 6d.; 2728, 3d.; 2729, 5d.; 2780, 3d.; 2731. 3d.; 2734, 7d.; 2735, 5d.; 2736, 3d.; 2738, 5d.; 2739, 9d.; 2741, 1s.; 2742, 3d.; 2743, 3d.; 2744, 3d.; 2748, 5d.; 2749, 3d.; 2750, ed.; 2754, 3d.; 2758, 6d.; 2759, 3d.; 2762, 3d.; 2764, 5d.; 2765, 3d.; 2766, 3d.; 27;,:, lid.; 2770, 3d.; 2775, 6d.; 2776, 3d.; 2782, is; 2784. 3d.; 2785, 9d.; 2798, 9d.; 2823, 7d.; 2525, 3d.; 2535, 3d.; 2695, 4d.; 2705, 4d.; 2717, is. 4d.; 2719, 7d.; 2733, 3d.; 2743, 9d.; 2745, 7d.; 2746, 3d.; 2751, 10d.; 2752. lid.; 2753, 9d.; 2756, 3d.; 2757, 10d.; 2760, 3d.; 2761, 7d.; 2763, 6d.; 2767, 4d.: 2769, ls. 3d.; 2771, ls. 10d.; 2772, 3d.; 2773, 7d.; 2774, 8d.; 2777, ls 1d.; 2778, 3d.; 2779. 11d.; 2780, 4d.; 2783, 3d.; 2787,10d.; 2788, 9d.; 2790, 6d.; 2795, 10d.; 2797, 7d.; 2799. 6d.; 2800, 9t1.; 2801, 3d.; 2803, 3d.; 2804, 3d.; 2805, 3d.; 2806, 7d.; 2808. ls. 4d.; 2809, 3d.; 2811, 3d.; 2813, ls. 4d.; 2815, 4d.; 2819, 6d.; 2828, 8d.; 2829, 5d.; 2837, 6d.; 2840, ls. ld.; 2846, 6d.; 2737, 3d.; 2755, 3d.; 2781, is. 10d.; 2786, 3d.; 2789, 5d.: 2791, 3d.; 2792, 18.; 2794, 3d.; 2796, 10d.; 2802, 4d.; 2807, Ad.; 2810, 5d.; 2814, 7d.; 2816, 9d. 2818, 7d.; 2820, 6d.; 2821, 8d.; 2822, 3d.; 2824, 9d.; 2825, 10d.; 2126. 7d.; 2827. 7d. 2830, 3d.; 2831, 9d.; 2832. 5d.; 2833, 3d. , 2834, 3d.; 2835, 3d.; 2830, 5d.; 2839, ls. 4d.: 2842, 3d.; 2843, ls. 3d.; 2844, lid.; 2845, 3d.; 2347, 3d.; 2848, 3d.; 2850, 3d.; 2851, 4d.; 2852, 3d.; 2853, 7d.; 2854, 8d.; 2855, 3d.; 2856, 3d.; 2857, 6d.; 2858, 2s. 8d.; 2859, 3d.; 2860, 3d.; 2861, ls. 5d.; 2664, 3d.; 2866, ls. ld.; 2867, 10d.; 2871, 3d.; 2872, 3d.; 2573, 3d.; 2874, 10d.; 2875. 3d; 2876, Sd; 2878, Od.; 2879, 3d.; 2880, 3d.; 2881, 3d.; 2883, 3d.; 2884, 8d.; 2885, 10d.; 2886, 3d.; 2887. 3d.; 2888, 3d.: 2889. 3d.; 2890, 10d.; 2891, 3d.; 2392, 10d.; 3893, 10d.; 2894, 10d.; 2896, ls. 5d.; 2897, 4d.; 2898, 10d.; 2899, 3d.; 2901, 9d.; 2902, 3d.; 2903, 3d.; 2904, 3d.; 2907, 3d.; 2908, 4d.; 2909, 3d.; 2910, 3d.; 2911, 5d.; 2912, 3d.; 2913, 3d.; 2915, 6d.; 2917, 3d.; 2918, 3d.; 2920, 6d.; 2921, 3d.; 2934, 3d.; 2935, 5d.; 2021, 9d.; 2567, 3d.; 2635. 3d.; 2812, 6d.; 2862, 10d.; 2863, 3d.; 2865, 3d.; 2868, 8d.; 2870, 9d.; 2877, 6d.; 2900, 3d.; 2905, 10d.; 2906, 9d.; 2914, 3d.; 2919, 6d.; 2922, 3d.. 2924, 3d.; 2925. 3d.; 2926, 4d.; 2927,• 9d.; 2928, 3d.; 2929, 3d.; 2930, 3d.; 2931, 7d.; 2932. 10d.; 2934, 6d.; 2936. 10d.; 2939, lid.; 2940, 10c1.; 2941, 4s.; 2942, 8d.; 2943, 34.; 2944, 5d..; 2945, 4d.; 2946,22s. 2d.; 2947, 5d..; 2948, id.; 2949, 3d.; 2650, 3d. 2951, 5d.; 2953, 3d.; 2254, 10d.; 2955, 3d.; 2956, 3d.; 2957, 3d.; 2959, 3d. • 2960, 3d.; 2961, 3s. 11d.; 2962, 3d. • 2965, ls. 11d.; 2964, 3d.; 2965, 3d.; 2968, 6d.; 3020, 7d.; 3038, MI.; 2045, 5d.; 2869, 2s.; 2952, 6d.; 2958, 3d.; 2966, 3d.; 2967. 3d.; 2969, 6d.; 2970, 3d.; 2971, 3d.; 2973. 6d.; 2975, 6d.; 2976, 3d. • 2977, is. 5d.; 2979, 3d.; 2980, 4d. • 2982, 3d.; 2983, 4d.; 2984, is. ld.; 2985,1 &I.; 2986, 3d; 2987, 3d.; 2988, 9d.; 2989, 5d. • 2990, ls. ld.; 2991, 3d.; 2992, 3d.; 2993, 10d.; 2994, 3d.; 2995, 7d.; 2996, 3d.; 2997, 3d. ' • 2998, 3d.; 3000, 3d.;',3001. 3d.; 3005, &I.; 3006, 3d.; 3007 3d.; 3008, 3d.; 3009, 3d.; 3011, 6d.; 3012, 3d.; 3013, 3d.; 3019, 3d.; 3022, 7d.; 3023, 7d.; 3024, 3d.; 3025, 3d.; 3026, 3d.; 3029, 5d.; 3031, 3d.; 3032, 3d.; 3033, 3d.; 3075, ed.; 3080, 8d.; 3081, ls. 3d.; 3086, 3d.; 3103, 5d.; 2838, 10d.; 2916, ls. 5d. ,• 2974, 11d.; 2978, 9d.; 2981, 3d. • 2999, 9d.; 3002, 2s. 11d.; 3003, 5d.; 3004, 7d.; 3010, 9d.; 3014, ; 3015, ls. Id.; 3016, 10d.; 3017, 5d.; 3018, 3d. •, 3021, ls. 2d.; 3027, 5d.; 3028, 10c1.; 3030, 2s. 6d.; 3034, 10d.; 3035, is. 5d.; 3036, 6d.; 3037, ls. 11d.; 3039, 9d.; 3040, 3d.; 3041, 9d.; 3042, 3d.; 3043, 3d.; 3044. 7d.; 3045, 3d.; 3046, 3d.; 3047, 3d.; 3048, 3d.; 3049, 9d.; 3050, 10d. • 3051, 9d.; 3055, 9d.; 3056, ls. 4d.; 3057, 34. ' • 8058, 3d.; 3002, 7d.; 3063, 3d.; 3066, 3d.; 3068, 3d.; 3069, 3d.; 3072, 3d.; 3073, 3d.; 3074, 4d.; 3077, 3d.; 3078, 9d.; 3087, 4d.; 3088, 8d.; 3091, 4d.; 8092, 5d.; 3096, 3d.; 3100, 3d.; 3101, 3d.; 3102, 10d.; 3104, 3d.; 3106, 3d.; 2937, 3d.; 2938, 3d.; 2972, 3d.; 3052, 6d.; 3053, 5c1.; 3054, 2s.; 3060,,1s. • 3061, 5d.; 3064, 2s. 5d.; 3065, ls. 4d.; 3067, 9d.; 3070, 8d.; 3071, 3d.; 3076, 3d.; 3079, ls. 10d. • 3083, Is. 7d. • 3084, 10d.; 3093, 7d.; 3094, 6d. • 3095, 3d.; 3097, 7d.; 3099, 3d.; 3105, 3d. 2849, id; 2895, 6d; 3059, 2s. 6d.; 3082, 6d. 3085, 7d.; 3089, 3s. 9d.; 3098, 3d; 1, 5d. 2, 5d.; 3,10d.; 4, 3d.; 5, 3d.; 6, 3d.; 7, 7d.; 8, 7d.; 9, 7d.; 10, 3d.; 11, &I.; 12, 10d.; 13, 3d.; 14, 10d.; 15, 9d.; 16, 3d.; 17, 3d.; 18, 11d.; 19, 3d.; 20, 3d.; 21, 3d.; 22, 3d.; 23, 3d,; 24, 3d.; 25, 3d; 26, 3d; 27, 3d.; 28, 3d.; 29, 3d.; 30, 6d; 31, 6d; 32, 7d; 33, 441.; 34, 441.; 35, 10d.; 36, 441.; 37, 5d.; 38, 3d,; 39, 3d.; 40, 3d.; 41, 3d.; 42, 3d.; 43, 5d.; 44, 7d.; 45, 3d.: 46, 3d,; 47, 3d.; 48, 3d.; 49, 3d.; 50, 5d.; 51, 3d.; 52, 28. 5d. 53, 3d.; 54, 9d.; 55, 3d.; 56, 3d.; 58, 6d.; 59, 6d.; 60, 3d.; 61, 6d.; 62, 18. 5d.; 63, 9d.; 64, 6d.; 65, 3d.; 66, 3d.; 67, 441.; 68, 4d.; 69, 6d; 70, 3d.; 71, 3d.; 72, 3d.; 73, 3d.; 74, 3d.; 75, 10d; 76. 6d.; 78, 3d.; 79, 441; 80, 3d.; 81, 3d.; 83, 3d.; 84, 8d.; 86, 7d.; 87, 3d.; 89, 6d.; 91,10d.; 92, 11d.; 93, 3d; 94, 4d.; 95, ed.; 96, 3d.; 97, 3d.; 98, 3d.; 99, 5d.; 100.3d.; 101, 3d.; 103, le. 3d; 104, 741.; 108, 3d.; 110. 3d.; 111, 3d.; 115, 3d.; 118, 3d.; 119, 3d.; 120, ad.; 123. Gd.; 124, 3d.; 131, 3d; 132, 3d.; 133, Cd; 138, 3d.; 140, 3d.; 141, 3d.; 145, 3d.; 1b6, 3d.; 194, 10d.; 369, 3d.; 698,10d.; 947, 10d.; 67, 4d.; 77, 28. ld.; 85, 18. 1d; 88, 5d.; 90, 5d.; 102, 6d.; 105, 5d.; 106, 10d.; 107, 8d.; 109. ed; 112, 9d.; 113, 7 d.; 114, 443.; 116, 6d.; 117, 6d.; 121, 5d; 122, bd.; 125. 3d.; 126, is. ld.; 127, 7d.; 11213, 10d.; 129, 3d.; 130, 18.; 134, 3d.; 135, 4d.; 136, &I.; 137, 18. ld.; 139, 3d.; 142, 6d.; 143, 3d.; 144, 3d.; 146, 3d.; 147, 3d.; 148, 9d.; 149, 3d.; 150, 13d.; 151, 10d.; 152, 3d.; 154, ls.; 155, ls.; 156, 3d.; 157, is. id.; 161. 3d.; 162, 8d.; 165, 3d.; 167, 3d.; 170, 3d.; 171, 3d; 173, 3d,; 174, 6d.; 175, 10d.; 176, 3d.; 177, 3d.; 178, 8d.; 180, 3d.; 181, 3d.; 182, 9d.; 184, 3d.; 188, 4d.; 190, 3d.; 191, 3p.; 196, 3d.; 199, 10d.; 200, 3d.; 201, 3d.; 203, 3d.; 204, 3d.; 205, 3d.; 208, 5d.; 210, 3d.; 211, ls. ld.; 213, 10d.; 214, 5d.; 226, 3d.; 234, 341.; 240, 3d.; 251, 3d.; 252, 3d.; 314, 4d.; 163, 10d.; 158, 941.; 159, ls. 7d.; 160,6d.; 163, 6d.; 164, 3d.; 166,10d.; 168, 3d.; 169, 10d.; 172, 9d.; 179, 7d.; 183, 5d.; 18.5, 6d.; 187, 3d.; 189, 3d.; 192, 7d.; 193, 5d.; 195, 3d.; 197, 3d.; 198, 6d.; 202, 9d.; 206, 3d.; 207; 5d.; 209, 5d.; 212, 3d.; 215, 2s. 5d.; 216, 3d.; 217, 3d.; 218, 10d.; 219, 3d.; 220, 3d.; 221, 7d.; 222, 6d.; 223, 3d.; 224, 5d.; 225, 3d.; 228, 9d.; 229, ed.; 230, 3d.; 231, 3d.; 232, 10d.; 236, 3d.; 238, 3d.; 239, 10d.; 242, 3d.; 243, 10d.; 246, 3d.; 247, 4d.; 249, &I.; 250,10d.; 253, 10d.; 255, 7d.; 257, 3d.; 258, 4d.; 259, 10d.; 260, 3d.; 261, 3d.; 263, 6d.; 266, 3d.; 268, 3d.; 273, 3d.; 277, 10d.; 298, 3d.; 294, 3d.; 297, 3d.; 308, ls. 441.; 310. 3d.; 312, 3d.; 364, ls. 8d.; 370, 441. • 227, 7d.; 233, 7d • 235, is. 5(1' • 237. 10d.; 241, 11d.; 244, 5(1.; 245, 6d-; 248, 10d.; 254, 3d.; 256, 8d.; 262, 3d.; 264, 3d.; 265, ls ld.; 267, 4s. 8d.; 209, 3d.; 270, 6d.; 271, 5d.; 272, 5d; 274, 3d.; 275, 3d.; 276, 3d.; 278,10d.; 279, 10d.; 280, 11d.; 281, 6d.; 282, 7d.; 283, 10d.; 284. 7d.; 285, 2s. 2d.; 286, 3d.; 287, 3d.; 289, 18. 3d.; 290, 7d.; 291, 7d.; 293, 3d.; 295, 4d.; 296, 6d.; 298, 4d.; 299, 3d.; 300, Sd.; 301, 9d.; 302, 9d.; 303, 3d.; 304, ls. 6d.; 305, ls. 5d.; 306, 3d.; 307, 5d.; 313, ls. 3d.; 315, 3d.; 317, 3d.; 318, 3d.; 325, 3d.; 327, 3d.; 330, 3d.; 332, 3d.; 333, 3d.; 336, 3d.; 338, 7d; 341, 3d.; 342, 3d.; 343, 7d.; 344, 3d.; 346, 6d.; 352, Sd.; 357, 3d.; 309, ls. ld.; 311, 6d.; 316, 6d.; 319, 3d.; 320, 3d.; 321, 3d.; 322, 3d.; 323, Is.; 324, 10d.; 326, 6d.; 328, 4d; 329, 3d.; 331, 7d.; 334, 3d.; 835, 3d.; 337, 5d.; 339, 2s.; 340, 10d.; 345, 6d.; 347, 3d.; 349, 3d.; 350, 3d.; 351, 10d.; 353, 7d.; 354, 9d.; 355, 6d.; 356. 3d.; 358, 10d.; 359, 3d.; 360, 6d.; 361. 7d.; 362, 3d; 363.3d; 365, 11d.; 366. 8d.; 367, 3d.; 368,10d.; 371, 3d.; 372.6d.; 373, 9d.; 374, 3d.; 376, 3d.; 376, 7d.; 378, 5d.; 382, 6d.; 387.7d.; 392, 6d.; 394, 3d.; 401, 3d.; 405, 3d; 407, 5d.; 423, 3d; 427, 5d.; 428, 3d.; 553. 18. 5d.; 698, 5d.; 771, 3d.; 19, 10d.; 491, 3d.; 377, 2s. Ild.; 379. 11d.; 380, 384 3d.;384, 3d.; 385, le. 4d.; 3136, 3d.; 388, 2s. ; 389, 5d.; 390, 3d.; 391, 8d.; 393, 3d.; 395, 8d.; 39(3, 3d.; 397, ed.; 398 18. Sd.; 399, 3d.; 400, &I.; 402, 4d; 403, 7d.; 404. 4d.; 406, 7d.; 408, 3d.; 409, 3d.; 410, 6d.; 411, 4d.; 412, 3d.; 413, 3d.; 414, is. 10d.; 416, 3d.; 416, ls. 2d.;417, 3d.; 418, 3d.; 419, 9d.; 420, 10d.; 421, 3d.; 422, 10d.; 424, ls.; 426, 9d.; 426, &L; 429. 9d.; 430, 8d.; 431, 10d.; 432, 10d.; 433, 8d.; 434, 3d.; 435, 3s. ld.; 436, 6d.; 437, 5d.; 438, 3d.; 439, 3d.; 440, 3d.; 441,10d.; 442,10d.; 443, 3d.; 444, 3d.; 445, 10d.; 446, 3d.; 447, 6d.; 448. 7d.; 449, 3d.; 450, 1s. 4d.; 451, 5d.; 452,6d.; 453, 3d.; 454, 11d.; 455, 10d.; 456, 5d.; 457, 3d.; 458, 11d.; 459, 5d.; 460, 3d.; 461, 3d.; 462, 3d.; 463, 9d.; 466, 3d.; 467, 4d.; 468, 9d.; 485, 3d.; 486, 3d.; 490, 3d.; 492, 3d.; 495, 6d.; 497, 3d.; 500, 3d.; 503, 3d.; 504, 3d.'; 605, 3d.; 506, 3d.; 507, 3d.; 508, 6d.; 610, 10d.; 613, 3d.; 614, 3d.; 517, 3d.; 1053, 10d.; 1101, 3d.; 464, 7d.; 465, 9d.; 469, 3d.; 470, Is.; 471, 3d.; 472, 6d.; 473, &I.; 474, 6d.; 475, 3d.; 476, 3d.; 477, 3d.; 478, 9d.; 479, 9d.; 480, ls. 6d.; 481, Is. lld; 482, 8d.; 483. 10d.; 484, 7d.; 487,10d.; 488, le.; 489, 18.3d; 491, 3d.; 493, 6d.; 494, 5d.; 496, 3d.; 498. 3d.;
  • A00 la IA • CA1 OA . CAO IAA . AAA 21 • 499, ls. ld.; 501, 3d.; 602, 10d.; 509, 6d.; 511, ls. 6d.; 512. ls.; 515, 3d.; 516, 8d.; 518, ls.; 519, 6d.; 520, 3d.; 521, 3d.; 522,3d.; 623, 3d.; 524. 3d.; 525, 9d.; 526, 4(1.; 527, 5d.; 529, ls. Id.; 530, 10d.; 533. 3(1.; 535. 18. 7d.; 536. 6(1.; 537, 9d.; 538, 3d.; 639, 9d.; 540, 6(1; 541, 4d.; 542.3d.; 544, 7d.; 548. is. 10d.; 550, 8d.; 554, 3d.; 558, 3d.; 560, 3d.; 562, 3d. 563, 3d.; 564, 3d.; 565, 3d.; 566, 3d.; 568, 9d.; 572, 3(1.; 573, 3d.; 575, 11d.; 576. 3d.; 578, 3d.; 580, 3d.; 584, 3d.; 587, 3d.; 621. 3d.; 623, 3d.; 665. 10d.; 1042. 5(1.; 1184, 5d.; 528, 2s. 2d.; 531, 8d.; 532, 8d.; 534, 5d.; 543. 5d.; 545. 6d.; 546, 3d.; 547, ls. 4d.; 649, ls.; 551, 3d.; 552, 10(1.; 555, 8d.; 556, 7d.; 557. 10d.; 659, 10d.; 561,9d.; 667, 4d.; 569, 9d.; 670, 6d.; 571, 2s. 3d.; 574, 6d.; 577, 6d; 579, 3d.; 581, 9d.; 532, 6d.; 583, 7d.; 585, 3d.; 686, 3d.; 588, ls. Ild.; 689, 3d.; 690, 11d.; 591. ls. 7d.; 592, 9d.; 593, 3d.; 594, 3d.; 595. 3d.; 596, Is. 8d.; 597, 6d.; 600, 3(1.; 601, 3d.; 602, 3d.; 605, 3d.; 606, 7d.; 608. 3d.; 609, 3d.; 610, 44.; 611, 50.; 615, 3(1.; 616, 3d.; 617, 3d.; 618, 3d.; 620, 6d.; 625, 3d.; 628, 3d.; 631, 7d.; 632, 6d.; 635, 3d.; 637, 3d.; 638, 7d.; 643, 3d.; 646, 3d.; 648, 5(1.; 651, 3d.; 652, 3d.; 654,11d.; 660, 4d.; 662, 3d.; 668, 3d.; 676; 3d.; 685, 6d.; 599, Otl.; 60a, 6d.; 604, 9(1.; 607, 7s. 3d; 612, 9(1.; 613. is. 3d.; 614, 6(1.; 619, 5d.; 622. 7d.; 624, 4d.; 626, 3d.; 627, 7d.; 629, 'id.; 630, 10d.; 633. 10d.; 634,3d.; 636, 7d.; 639, 6d.; 640,10(1.; 641, 10(1.; 642, 3d.; 644, 6(1.; 645, 7d.; 647. 9d.; 649. 10(1.; 650, ls. 3d.; 653, 5d.; 655, 5d.; 656, 3d.; 657, is. ld.; 658, 3d.; 659, 2s.; 661, 8d.; 663, Is 10d.; 664. 3d.; 667. is. 7d.; 670, 3d.; 671, 6d.; 672, 6d.; 675, 7d.; 678, 3d.; 679, 7d.; 680, 6d.; 686, 6d.; 687. 7d.; 690.6d.; 691, 5d.; 692, 10d.; 693, 3d.; 614, 9d.; 696, 3d.; 697.3d.; 699, 7d.; 700, 3d.; 701, 6d.; 703, ls. 5d.; 704, 8d.; 705, 3d.; 706. 3d. • 707, 3d.; 703. 3d.; 709, 3d.; 710. 3d.; 712, 3(1.; 715, 9(1.; 719, 3d.; 720, 7d.; 725. 3d.; 726, 3d.; 728, 3d.; 730, 7d.; 734, 5d.; 668, 5d.; 669, 5d.; 673, 3d.; 674, 5d.; 677, 3d.; 681, 6d.; 682, 6d.; 683, 9d.; 684, 6d.; €08, 7d.; 689, 5d.; 605, 3d.; 702, 10d.; 711, 18. ld.; 713, 3d.; 714, 3d.; 716, 9d.; 717, 9d.; 718.10d.; 721. ls. 2d.; 722, 1s. 10d.; 723, 3d.; 724, 3d.; 727, 3d.; 729.106.; 731, 6d.; 732, 6d.; 733. Sd.; 735, 9d.; 736.7d.; 737, 5d.; 739, 3d.; 741, 3d.; 742, 3d; 743, 5d.; 745, 3d.; 747, 1W.; 748, 3d.; 752, 3d.; 753, 11d.; 756, Sd.; 757, 6d.; 760, 3d.; 761, 4d.; 762, 3d.; 764. 3d.; 765, 3d.; 766, 3d.; 767, 3d.; 770 3d.; 772. 3d.; 839, 7d.; 738, 6d.; 740, is. 4d.; 746 10d.; 749, 7d.; 750, 7d.; 751, 7d.; 754, 8d.; 755, 6d.; 758, 11d.; 759. 5d.; 763, 5d.; 768. 9d.; 769, 3d.; 778, 3d.; 774. 3d.; 775, 3d.; 776, 6d.; 777. 3d.; 778, 5d.; 779. 7d.; 780, 3d.; 781, ls. ld.; 782, 106.; 783, ed; 784, 6d.; 786, Is. ld.; 786, &I.; 787, ls. 3d.; 788, 8d.; 789, 11d.; 790, la. 4d.; 791. 18.4d.; 792, 3d.; 793,10d.; 794, 3d.; 795, 6d.; 796, 3d.; 797, 3d.; 7 3d.; 799, 7d.; 800. ; 801. 3d.: 802, 3d.; 803, 3d.; 804, 5d.; 805. 18. 3d.; 806. 3d.; 808, 3d.; 809, 6d.: 810, 3d.; 811. 3d.; 812, 3d.; 818, 3d; 814, 7d. : 816, 3d.; 816, 18. 7d.; 818, 3d.; 819, 7d.; 820, 3d.; 821. 3d.; 822, 3d.; 823, 3d.; 824.3d; 826.3d.; 833, 7d.; 836, 10d.; 838. 10d.; 842.6d.; 848. 3d.; 858, 3d.; 857, 3d.; 862. 3d.; 744, lx. 9d.; 807. 18. 9d.; 817, 5d.; 825, 6d.; 827, 5d. 828, 0d.; 829, 3d.; 830, Sd.; 881, id.; 832, 38. 9d.; 834, 13d.; 835, 3d.; 837, 10d.; 840, 7d.; 841, 7d.; 843, 3d.; 844, 3d.: 845.6d.; 846, 7d.; 847, 7d.; 849, 8d.; 850. 3d.; 851, 3d.; 852. 7d.; 8.53, 7d.; 854, 3d.; 855, 3d.; 858, 7d.; 859, 3d.; 860, &I.; 861, 9d. 863 8d.: 864. ls. ld.; 866, 7d.; 867, 3d.; 868, &I.; 869. 7d. 870, 3d.; 872, 3d.; 873, 3d.; 874, 3d.; 875. 10d.; 876, &I.; 878, 3d.; 879, 7d.; 880, 3d.; 881. 3d.; 882. 7d.; 884, 3d.; 885, 3d.; 886,10d.; 887, 3d.; 890, 3d.; 892, 3d.; 893, 3d.; 895, 3d.; 898, 6d.; 899, 3d.; 903. 3d.; 905,3d.; 908, [3d.; 910, 3d.; 914, 3d.: 919, 3d; 923, 3d.; 935, 4d.; 967, 3d.; 969, 3d.; 978, 3d.; 998, ed.; 1099, 8d; 877. 10d.; 883. 10d.; 888, 3d; 889, Sd.; sal, 6d.; 894, ls. ld.; 896, 3d.; 897, 3d.; 900, 3d.; 901, 7t1; 902. 8d.;1904, 10d.; 906, 6d.; 907, 11d.; 099, 6d.; 911, 10d.; 912, 5d.; 913. 3d.; 915, 3d.; 916, 7d.; 917, 6d.; 918, 6d.; 920, 10d.; 921, 8d.; 924, 3d,; 925, 3d.; 926, 3d.; 927. 7d.; 928, 9d.; 929, la. 4d; 930, ls. W.; 931, 2s. 10d.; 932. 5d.; 933, ls. 6d.; 934, 3d.; 936, 5d.; 937, 3d.; 938. 7d.; 939, ed.; 940. 3d. : 941. 3d.; 942. ls. 3d.; 943, 3d.; 944, 9d.; 945. is. Id.; 946, 3d.; 948. 3d.; 950. 11d.; 962.3d.; 953, 3d.; 954, 6d.; 955. 3d.; 956, Sd; 958. 3d.; 962, 5d.; 965, 3d.; 966, 7d.; 968, 34.; 971, 3d.; 973, 6d.; 974, 9d.; 975, 3d.; 976, 5d.; 979, 5d.; 984. 3d.; 985, 5d.; 986. 3d.; 988, 3d.; 924 6d.; 949, 10d.; 951,'4d.; 957, Is.; 959, 3d.; 960, Sd.; 961, 6d.; 963, 5d.; 964, 3d.; 970, 7d.; 972, ed.; 977, 6d.; 980, 10d.; 981, lOd.:.982, 3d.; 983, 4d.; 987, 10dt; 989, 741.; 990;14. •.991;7d.;'992;10d.'; 993, 994, 7d.; 955, 3d. • 996, 3d.; 997, 3d.; 999, ls. 4d.; 1000. 6d:; 1001, 3d.; 1002, Sd.; 1003, 3d.; 1004, 2s. 7d.; 1005, 3d.; 1006, 3d.; 1007, 104.; 1008, 7d.; 1009. 3d.; 1010, ed.; 1011, 6d.; 1012, 10d.; 1013, 6d.; 1015, 3d.; 1017, 3d.; 1018. 3d.; 1019, 6d.; 1020, 9d; 1022, 3d.; 1023, 3d. • 1024, 18. 5d.; 1025, 3d.; 1025, 3d.; 1027, 3d.; 1029, 3d.; 1032, ed.; 1033, 3d.: 1036. 4d.;.1038, 3d.; 1041, 3d.; 1043, 3d.; 1044, 3d.; 1049, 44.; 1062, 7d.; 1064, 8d.; 1195, 9d.; 1091, ls. 10d.; 1094. 104.; 1098, 7d.; 1100, 3d.; 1102, Id; 1103, 2s.; 1104. 3d.; 1105, 5d.; 1109, 7d; 1110, ls.; 1113, 3d.1 1114, 7d. ' • 1116, 3d.; 1117, 3d.; 1118, 6d.; 1119, 9d.; 1120, 3d.; 1121, Sd.; 1122, 3d.; 1124, 3d.; 1125, 3d.; 1127, 3d.; 1128, 7d. ' • 1130. 3d • 1131, 3d.; 1132, 3d.; 1133. 2s. ed.; 1134. 104.; 1135, 9d.; 1138, ls. 3d.; 1139. 3d.; 1140. 3d.; 1141, 5d.; ,1142, 3d.; 1143, 11d.; 1145, 3d.; 1146. 5d.; 1147, 3d.; 1149, 10d.; 1150, 4s. 4d.; 1151. 7d.; 1152. 641; 1153, 7d.; 1154, 34.1.; 1155. 3d.; 1156. 3d.; 1157. 3d.: 1168, 3d.; 1159, 6d.; 1160, 2s. ld; 1161. 3d.; 1162, 10d. ,• 1163, 94.; 1167, 6d.; 1168. ism Id.; 1169. 3d,; 1171, 3d.; 1174, 3d.; 1179, 3d.; 1181, 3d.; 1182, 5d.; 1191, 3d. ' • 1193, 3d.; 1196, 3d.; 1197, 3d.; 1571. ed.; 82, 3d.; 1014, 3d.; 1016, 2s. 2d.; 1028, 7d.; 1030, ls. 10d.; 1031, 7d.; 1034, 3d; 1035; 6d.; 1037, 3d.; 1039, lod. ' • 1040. 3d.; 1045, 8d.; 1046, 11d.; 1047. ls. 14.; 1048, 9d.; 1050, 3d.; 1051, 8d. • 1052, 8d.; 1054. 2s. 7d.; 1055, 6d.; 1056,40d; 1057, 3d.; 1058. 3d.; 1059, 7d.; 1060, 7d.; 1061, 10d.; 1063. 3d.; 1065, 7d.; 1066, 3d.; 1067, 2s.; 1068, 7d.; 1069, 4d.; 1070, 7d.; 1071, 3d.; 1072. 6d.; 1073,9d.; ,1074.1s.; 1075. 3d.; 1076. 18. 4d.; 1077, 6d. • 1078, 10d.; 1079, 3d.; 1080. 7d.; 1081, 2s. 3d.; 1082, 6d.: 1083, 8d.; 1084, 6d.; 1085, 3d.; 1086, 8d.; 1087, 7d.; 1088, 6d.; 1089, 3d.: 1090, 4d.; 1092, 3d.; 1093, 3d.; 1095, 3d.; 1096, 3d.; 1097, 3d.; 1106. 3d.; 1107. 10d.; 1108, 8d.; 1111.3d. - 1112, 3d.; 1115, 3d.; 1123, 9d.; 11,26, 6d.'; 1129, 3d.; 1136, 3d.; 1137, 5d.; 1144, 3d.; 1148. 3d. -; 1175, 4d.; 1176, 3d.; 1180, 3d.; 1164, 7d.; 1165, 3d.; 1166, 3d. • 1170, 9d.; 1172, 4d; 1173, 3d. , 1177.6d; 1178, 3d.; 1183, ls. 1d.; 1185, 3d.; 1186, 8d.; 1187, 7d; 1188, 7d. • 1 LOU, ; 1100, Zgl• j 1101, ; 1160, 76.; 1189, 10d.; 1190, 3d.; 1192, 7d.; 1194. 3d.; 1198. 9d.; 1199, 3d.; 1200, ls.; 1201, 3d.; 1202. 7d.; 1203, 3d.; 1204. 3d.; 1205, 3d.; 1206. 3d.; 1207, 3d.; 1208, 6d; 1209, 3d.; 1210, lid.; 1211, 3d.; 1212, 9d.; 1213. 3d.; 1214, 3d.; 1215, 3d.; 1216, 10d; 1217, 3d.; 1218, 6d.; 1219, Is. 8d.;1220, 7d.; 1221, 7d.; 1222, 3d.; 1223. 3d; 1221. 10d.; 1225. is. ld.; 1226, 4d.; 1227, 5d.; 1228.6d.; 1229. 10d.; 1230, 3d.; 1231. 3d.; 1232. 6d.; 1233, is; 1.21, 3d.; 1235, 4d.; 1236, 3d.; 1237. 3d.; 1238, 3d.; 1239, 3d.; 1240, Od.; 1241, 10d.; 1242, 3d.; 1243, 5d.; 1245, 311.; 1246, 6d.; 1263, 3d.; 1262, 6d.; 1269, 3d.; 1275, 5d.; 1286, 3d.; 1309, 5d.; 1338, 3d.; 1066, 10d.; 1547, 4d.; 2576, 3d.; 1244, 4d.; 1247 3d.; 1249, 9d.; 1249. 3d; 1250, 10d; 1261, Is.; 1252, 18. &I.; 1254, 3d.;1255, 6d.; 1256, 3d.; 1257, 3d.; 1258, 8d.; 1259, 8d.; 1260, 6d.; 1261, Sd.; 1263, 3d.; 1264, 9d.; 1265, 5d.; 1266, 7d.; 1267, 3d.; 1268, 6d.; 1270, 10d; 1271, 3d.; 1272, 10d.; 1273,7d.; 1274, 4d; 1276, 3d.; 1277, 9d.; 1278. 3d.: 1279, ls. 11d.; 1260.3d.; 1281, bd.; 1282, 11d.; 1293. 8d.: 1284, Is.; 1285, 3d.; 1237, 4d.; 1293, is. 3d; 1289, 5d.; 1290, 6d.; 1291, 5d. 1292, 5d.; 1293, 3d.: 1294, 10d.; 1295, 3d.; 1296. 4d.; 1207, 3d.; 1298. 3d.; 1299, 3d.; 1300, 7d.; 1301. 3d.; 1302, 3d.; 2303, 5d.; 1304, 3d.; 1305, 3d; 1306, 3d.; 1307, 3d.; 1308, 10d.; 1310, 3d.; 43011, 10d.; 1312, 3d.; 1313, ls. 3d.; 1314, 3d.; 1315, 10d.: 1316, 3d.; 1317, 7d.; 1318, 441.; 1319, 3d; 1321, 7d.; 1323, 3d.; 1324, 3d.; 1325, 3d.; 1326, ls. ld.; 1333, 3d.; 1350, 3d.; 1387, 10d.; 1391, 3d.; 1420, 10d.; 1930, 9d.; 1320, 2s. 8d.; 1322, 7d.; 1327. ls. &I.; 13t3, ls. 4d.; 1329, 3d.; 1330. 9d.; 1331, 3d.; 1332, 3d.; 1334, 3d.; 1335, 7d; 1336, 3d.; 1337, 5d.; 1339, 6d.; 1340, 10d,; 1341,11d.; 1342, 10d.; 1343, 10d.. 1345, 8d.; 1346.3d.; 1349, 3d; 1351, 23.; 1352,3d.; 1353, 3d.;1354, 8d.; 1355, 3d.; 1356, 3d.; 1357, 10d.;1358, 3d.; 1359, 3d.; 1360. 9d.; 1361, 9d.; 1363, 7d.; 1364, 3d.; 1365, 3d.; 1366, 10d.; 1367, 6d.; 1363, ls. 4d.; 1369. 9d.; 1370, 5d.; 1371, 3d.; 1372, 6d; 1373, 7d.; 1374, 7d.; 1375, Is. 9d.; 1376, 7d.; 1377, 6d.; 1378, ls. 9d. 1379, 2s. ld.; 1381, 6d.; 1382,9d.; 1383, 7d.; 1384, 3d.; 1380, 6c1-; 1389, 5d.; 1390. 3d.; 1392, 3d.; 1397, 54.,; 1409, 8d.

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