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Grants of Provisional Protection for Six months (See also Complete Specifications)

  • Adams, William Bridges. Permanent Way of Railways. 410
  • Adams, William Bridges, Railway Whet!lb, Axles. &c.. 410
  • Adcock, Henry. Casting Iron. &c., 410
  • Actor. Leopold. and Edouard Abradie, Obtaining Colours from cals. &o.. 616
  • Adshead, Joseph, Substitute for Plastering. 3cc.. 398
  • Aikman, James. Cleansing and Finishing of Textile Fabrics, 386
  • Aitken, John. Iron Furnaces, 664
  • Atkin. Isaac, and Marmaduke Miller, Sewing Lace, &c.. 374
  • Atkinson, Robert Davi )n, Coating Metallic Surfaces, 6Z7
  • Akroyd, William, and John Thompson. Carpets, &c., 519
  • Alauh, Jean Baptiste Edouard Victor, Lubricating Composition. 651
  • Albright, Arthur, Lucifer 31atches and Boxes, 566
  • Allan, Thomas, Permanent Way, 610
  • Allan. Edwin. Forks for Forking Land, 627
  • Allen, James, Coati. 595
  • Allen, Michael, Slide Valves. 374, 698
  • Allen, Thomas. Metallic Bedsteads, 616
  • Amet. Clotbilde, Distending Articles of Dress. 437
  • Amyot, Eugene Ernest. Pulp. 490
  • Anderson, Alexander Williams, Refining Sugar, 457
  • And/wine, Charlet. Organs. 627
  • Anderson. George. Taps or Valves for Cu, 190
  • Anderson, George, Heating Gas Retorts, &c.. 531
  • Anderson, William Lanphier, Propellers, 457
  • Andraud, Antoine. Wheelbarrows, 555
  • Andrew, Frederick. and Samuel Forted!, Sizing, Stiffening. &a Yarns, &o., 430
  • Aneill. Joseph. Crampon to Prevent Horses Slipping. 531
  • Apperly. James, Fabric of Fccd Cloths or Aprons, 69S
  • Apperly, James, Carding Wool. 490
  • Apperly, James, Preparing Cotton, 'Wool, &e., 531
  • Apperly. James, and 'William Clisaold, Condensing Wool, Cotton, &c., 661
  • Apperly, James, and William Cli•sold. Pre-tysrlog Fibrous Substances for Spinning, 69
  • Archer, Ambrose. Charcoal Blacking, Coal Dust, &c., for Founders, 531
  • Armour. John, Bleaching, Wasbing, Textile Fabrics, 430
  • Armettong, Joseph, Permanent Way of Railways!, 640
  • Aron, Maurice. Improved Leaven. S3I
  • Ash, Henry Clarke. Railway Signals, 664
  • Ashburn, William Hindle, and Jamrs Fairhurst, Preparation of Cotton. &c.. 616
  • Ashman. James. Artificial Limbs. 457
  • Aston, William Henry. and Samuel Hopkinson, Steam-boiler lurnicts, &c., 666
  • Atkinson. Edwin &Dior. Condensing 'Vapours. Fumes. Gases. &c., 6118
  • Aublet, Augupte Etienne. ltotary Enginer,362
  • Aubril, Adolphe. Application of a Root to the Manufacture of Starch. Paper, &c., 610
  • Austen, Thomas, Ascertaining the Propelling Force of Gunpowder. 491
  • Avery, John. Platrholder for Photographic purposes. 110
  • Avery, John. Bellows. 519
  • Avery. John, Bonnets, &c., 627
  • Avril, Victor, Iron anti bteel, 579, 615
  • Bache. George Islington. Lamps, Sc., 661
  • Bachhottner, George Hour>. Gas Glass Shades. 6'47
  • Baggs, Islam, Lighting, Signalling by Electricity, &c., .157
  • Baggs, !sham. Smelting, Sc.. 555
  • Bailey, 1sa‘c. Spinning Wool. 627
  • Bain, Alexander, and Bennett Johns fl ey. wood, Suppl)ing and Drawing off Liquids, &c.. 457
  • Baines. Hugh. Hoisting Machine,. &c., 651
  • Bakr well. Frederick Collier, Percussion Bomb-shells. 362
  • Balesttini. Pier Alberto. Protecting and Laying Telegraphic Wire,. :;33
  • Balmain, William Henry, and Thomas Colby, Grinding •arious Substance', 664
  • Bamford. Rnbert, Looms. :)31
  • Bannehr, Junes, Name and sign Plates, Sc., 479
  • Barh',r, John, Mill and other Engraving. &c., 513
  • Barbour, Franc, Pen.114.141ers, .157
  • Barehty, Andrew, lion, t;61
  • Bardot. Henri Nicolas Denit. Culours for Printing, 6S6
  • B:410w, Andrew, Mashing Apparatus, 651 Barlow, Charles. Surveying Inkarinnent, 130
  • Barlow, Peter 'William. resinbilent Way, 566
  • B:trlow, 'William Henry. and NVillisin Henry Woodhonte. Connecting and;Securing the Ends of Rails, 362
  • Barnard, Daniel, and Da id Lichtenstadt, Tanning. 69S
  • Barraffli, Joseph, Applying Oil, Sc., to the Axles of Railway Carriae*, 676
  • Barrat, Pierre Philippe Celestin, and Jean Baptiste Barrat, Steam Digging Apparatus,
  • Barritt, Oglethorpe Wakelin, Dyeing Article* of Pearl, Bone. &c.. )9
  • Barreswil, ChArle.. GA* Meters, 362
  • Barrio. Andrew. Workmen's Time Registering Apparatus, 566
  • Barrow, Robert George, Molise Power from Water. . 610
  • Bate. J'.hn, Folios, Clips, Co., 531
  • Bate), George Armstrong, Proration of Accident*, 374
  • Bayer, Louis, Stuffing, 410
  • Bayer. Louis, Stealing for Furniture, 698
  • Baylii, Arthur George, Needles, 462
  • Baylis. Arthur George, and Join Greco, Needles, 566
  • Bayliss, William, Metallic Tubes, 362
  • Baxter. t.tinuel. Chain Wheels for and LON Ccud Weighty, 627
  • Baynton, William, Rolling Rails, 360
  • Beatson. William, Puddling Iron. 5E6
  • Berg, James, Bleaching Textile Fabrics, 595
  • Belleville. Julien Francois, Generating Steam. 410
  • Bell/ord. Auguste Edouard Loradoux, Drying, Burning, and Cooling Bilcks, Tiles, 386. 698
  • Benoist. Philippe, Stereoscopes, 519
  • Benson, Robert 'Stock, Reefing Sails, 676
  • Benson, William. Drying Grain, 3:c..610
  • Berenger, Raymond Leopold de, Nose-bags, 36z
  • Bergevin, Auguste Mathieu Maurice de, Purifying Coal, 686
  • Bernard, Julian. Boots and Shies, 651
  • Berthiez, Samuel Frederic, Engines. 467
  • Bertram, Geo. and Wm. Niven. Paper, 651
  • Bertram, James, Stearn-engines, 699
  • Bessemer, Henry, Iron and Steel, 490
  • Bessemer, Henry. Iron and Steel, 51(.0
  • Bessemer, Henry, Rails and Axles. 610
  • Bessemer. Henry, Iron and Steel, 651
  • Bessemer, Henry. Iron, 664
  • Bethune, Donald. Separating Particles ol various Bodies, 386
  • Betteley. Joseph, Iron for Ships' nee', :.,93
  • Bilbe. Thomas. Ships..179
  • Billing. John, Chimney's, 661
  • BitIR. Jacob, Sauce-boat. 457
  • Binks. Christopher, Converting Iron into Steel. 661
  • Rinks. Christopher. Iron and Steel, 1.61
  • Birkby, William Beevers, Fixing Teeth in the Fillets used in the Preparation of Flax, So.. 430
  • Bitkin, Jelin, Dressing and Cleaning Wheat, 610
  • Bishop. Albert Demciit. Derricks for Raising Sunken Ships. 513
  • Bishop. Albert Demerit, Raising Vesselt.6e7
  • Bishton, William, Boats for Inland Navigation. 531
  • Bisstker. William John, Musical !imminent Strings. 686
  • Blackburn, Henry. Billies and 3Iulcs for Spinning Wool. 661
  • Blackstone. Lorenzo, Corks and Bungs, 398
  • Blackwell, Thomas Evans, Fire Huts and Air Passages. 5:k
  • Blackwell, William. Ploughs, 610
  • Blair, George. Looped Faorics. 616
  • Blake. James. and Francis Maxwell. Soap. 531
  • kllanchon. Esteves, Slaking and Burnie:
  • Leather, Sr.c.. 664
  • Blomeley. Edwin. Fabrics, 479
  • Blyth, Charles Bell, and William Parcll Butchart, Weaving, 411
  • Bodmer. Rudolph, Sell-acting Apparatus for Spinning Cotton. 410
  • Bond. Phi), Indicating the Number of Revolutions performed by Roller.. 698
  • Bottomley, Smith, and J amen William Gross-ley. Pile or Nap Fabrics. 595
  • Bougltuz, Henry, Stearn-boilers, 676
  • Boulay, Jean Charles, Printing iu various Colours simultaneously, 651
  • Bourne John, Paddle-wheels, .157
  • Bousfield, George Tomlinson, Propelliog 32d titeeriog Vends, 386
  • Bousfield, George Tomlinson, Pumps 411
  • Bousfield, George Tomlinson, Vulcanised India-rubbor Thread, 457
  • Bousfield. George Tomlinson, Flexible Hose and Tubes, 457
  • Bousfield, George Tom I inson, Drivi ng Straps, 457
  • Bousfield, George Tomlinson, Power Looms, 543
  • Bousfield, George Tomlinson, Artificial Stone, 566
  • Bowen, James BtfojaMill. Gloves, 479
  • Bower, Alfrvd, Keels of Vessels, 06
  • Bower, Leonard, Bolts, lti%ets. &es. 371
  • Bower. Manoah. Richard Peyton, and loses Weaver Downing, Metallic Bedsteads, &c., 531
  • Bowers, Henry Richard, Grinding Clay, &c.,
  • Bowls., DA% id, Tbrostles, Ite., 519
  • Bowra, Matthias Edward, Laying Rails or Chairs for Railways. 531
  • Boycott, Richard, Mr-door, 651
  • Boyd, David Ogilvy. Flues, 566
  • Boyd, David Og1lvy, Smoke and Mr Flues.579
  • Boy6 John, Letter-press Printing Machines, 5d,
  • Braby, James, Sawing Machinery. 627
  • Bradford, Edwin Greenslade, Ships' Rudder., 3%
  • Bradford, William, Gas Burners, 595
  • Bragg, Henry, Drying Air, Sc., 430
  • Bragg, Ilenry,jun., Drying Air, &c., (86
  • Brayshay, John, Boilers, 430
  • Breeheux. Napoleon. Looking•glasses. 616
  • Bremer. John Christl.m. Ptopellers. 627
  • Bremner. Samuel. Envelopes, &c., 395
  • Brett, John Watkins, Printing Electric Telegraphs. 467
  • Brickloy, Henry, Grinding Mills, 676
  • Briggs. Joseph, Blocks and Bricks for Bwlding, 366
  • Brindley, William, Papier Mach*, 676
  • Brindley, William, Paper Hangings. 651
  • Briqueler, Charles, Clarification, &v., of Cation-seed Oil, 6;e7
  • Broadley, James, Weaving, 686
  • Brodie, William, Rooting Tiles, 640
  • Brook, Charles, jun., Flunking Yarns, &c., 531
  • Brookes. William, Corn. 562
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, Purifying Water. &c., 513
  • Brooman, R. A.. Lathe. 579
  • Brooman, R. A.. Mills, 555
  • Brooman, R. A., Water Closets, 553
  • Brooman, R. A.. Fermenting Agent, 490
  • Brooman, R. A.. Cranked Axles. 651
  • Brooman, R. A., Artsticial Fuel. 49U 651
  • Brooman, R. A.. Boots and Shoes. 651
  • Brooman. R. A., Splitting Rock, 616
  • Brooman, R. A., Retarding Railway Trains, &e.. 502
  • Brooman, R. A., Dye for Wools, 698
  • Brooman. R. A., Petticoats and Bustles. 490
  • Brooman, R. A , Rendering Fabrics Sanitary, 676
  • Brooman, R. A., Cutting Stone, &c., 651
  • Brooman, R. A., Pumps. 698
  • Brooman, R. A., Bleaching, 686
  • Brooman, R. A., Auger, 467
  • Brooman, R. A., Carriages and Wagons, 467
  • Brooman, R. A., Artificial Stone. 479
  • Brooman, R. A., Pumping Engines, 6$6
  • Brooman, R. A., Petticoats, 616
  • Brooman, R. A., Sprinkling Powder. 542
  • Brooman, R. A., Grindstones, 457
  • Brooman, R. A., Artificial Wines, 676
  • Brooman, R. A., Felted Fabric, 651
  • Brooman, R. A., Shuttles.:,31
  • Brooman, R. A., Buildings. 530
  • Brooman, R. A., Spoons, Forks, Sm.. 362
  • Brooman, R. A., Supplying Air to Gas-lights, 431.)
  • Brooman, R. A., fibres for Spinning, 664
  • Brooman, R. A., Preserving Provisions, 651.
  • Brooman. R. A., Embroidering. 686
  • Brooman, R. A,. 1,-Imp Oil, &c., 6Z7
  • Brouard, Joseph, and Joseph Hubert, Reefing Sails, 502
  • Brough, Nehemiah, Dress Fastenings, 627
  • Brown, Edward, Pocket-knife Handles, 386
  • Brown, Henry, Spinning Worsted, 616
  • Brown, Henry, and Job Bartlett., Iron Easy Armchair Bedstead, 386
  • Moms, John, Ships' Lower Masts, 616
  • Brown, John, Swinging Hammocks, 531
  • Brown, John, and John Adin. Jacquard Machines. 686
  • Brown. John Weir Draper, and George Gibson Brown, Signal Lanterns, 302
  • Brown, Joseph, IfatA and Caps, 39$
  • Brown, Robert. Taps or Vahes, 366
  • Brown, Thomas, Capstans and Windlasses, 640
  • Brown, William Henry. Steam Hammera.479
  • Browne, Joseph. Ship% indhoscs,&e..640
  • Browne, Monitor, Shut., 651
  • Bruce, Duncan, Concentrated Animal Ma-'sure, 595
  • Buchanan, John, Propelling Vessels, .!>13
  • Buff, Helmet, Ludwid. and Frederick Veriti:tnn. Pura) mg and Softening Water, 3ht;
  • BuVough. Adam, and Wm. Bullough, Looms. f JS
  • Bullough, James, Looms, 374
  • Bunilett. Joseph, and Joseph ettorge Bannett. Sash-bars and Mouldings. 36C
  • Bininett, Joseph, Met.11 Sash-bars. Columns, &c., 593
  • Burden. Henry, Horse lloe4, &e., .190
  • Burg, Sven Johan Agrell, Preventing Boiler Explosions, 4.4$7
  • Burnam', Edward, Fire-arnis, 3)16
  • Burnett, Ilickling, 1lcctric Telegraphs 308
  • Bums, Robert. Bone mills, 555
  • Burrell, Charles, Portable Apparatus for Distilling Beet Root, &e.. 410
  • Burrows, James, Winding Minerals from billies, &c., 616
  • Bursull,Thomas, Bricks and Tiles, 531
  • Burton, Charles, Warming Buildings, 457
  • Burton. Charles, Washing Fabrics. 616
  • Burton. Thomas. Sizing and Dressing Yarns, &sc., 362
  • Bun well, Edward, Coffee-roaster'. 603
  • Frederick, and Win. Hewitt, Winding Grain, 519
  • Butcher, Samuel, httchen Ranges, .157
  • Butterworth, Richard, Securing the Ends of Rails. 664
  • Byford, Thomas, Horses' Bits, 457
  • Cabra La. Joseph, Pianoforte Action. 651
  • Cadlat, Nicolas, Purifyi'ig Liquids, 467
  • Caithness, James, Earl of, Cutting Stone, 519
  • Caithness, James, Earl of, Driving Belts, 676
  • Calley. Samuel. Coating Surfaces, 566
  • Cambridge, William Colbourn., Portable Railways, Sze.. 493
  • Cambridge, W. C.. Press Wheel Rollers and Clod Crushers. 398
  • Cameron, Duncan, Cranes, 430
  • Campbell, Ethan. Propelling Vessel, 610
  • Cappelain, John Le. Corrugating Iron, 361
  • Carey, Charles. Filters for Making Coffee, &c., 430
  • Carey, C., Shower Bathe, 519
  • Carless, Benjamin, Bird-cage. 699
  • Caron, Felix, Door Lock H .ndles. 467
  • Carr. Charles John, Operating Hammers and Stamps. 566
  • Carr. William Seggie, Waterclosets, 699
  • Cartland, John. Door Spring. 490
  • Cartwright, Henry. Steam Cocks, 371
  • Cartwright, John, Chain Harrows. 4.4
  • Casartelli. Joseph Louis, and Anthony Casartelli and Louis Casartelli. Ascertaining the density of Water in Marine Steam Boilers. 651
  • Cato. Peter, John Miller. jun., and John Audley, Ships' Knees. 651
  • Cattaert, Charles Francois, Stoppering Inkstands, &c.. 457
  • Cellier, Auguste. Mucilage for Sizing and Printing Textile Materials, 686
  • Chadwick. David. and Herbert Frost, Measuring Fluids, 686
  • Chalmers, David, Looms. 490
  • Chains. Adolphe Gilbert) Stopping Bottles, Sze.. 531
  • Chamblant, Pierre Marie Joseph. Glass. 467
  • Chandler, Robert Wilson. and Thomas Oliver. Agricultural Engines. 374
  • Chandler, Thomas. Lever Cask Stand, 398
  • Chaplin, Alexander. Ships, 513
  • Chapman, Frederic. and Charles Bowyer. Manufacturing Gelatine, Sze.. from Intestines. 651
  • Charlton, Thomas, and 'William Turnbull. Steam Generators. 410
  • Cheetham, James Kinder, Iron and Steel, 640
  • Cheetham, J. K.. Application of Photographic Pictures to Metal Surfaces. &c., 698
  • Chevalier, Eugene Perre, Cigars, 4ta
  • Chevalier, Jean Baptiste DesireS. and Narcisso Rabouln-O'Sullivan, Preparing Printing Surfaces, 410
  • Chiosso, James, Damping and Affixing Adhesive Stamps, &c., 626
  • Chinn, Thomas John, and Richard Bitmead, Drilling and Boring. 519
  • Chodzko, Stanislay. Manure, 543
  • Chouillon, Charles Marie, Shaving, &c., Skins, 502
  • Church, William. and Henry Whiting Hamlyn, Building' Hay Ricks, &c., 479
  • Churchill. William Smith, and James Bradshaw, Drying Yarns, &c., 676
  • Clara, Jean Baptiste. Motive Power, 490
  • Clare. John William. Consuming and Condensing Smoke, &c., 676
  • Clark, Arthur. Signal Lamps, 555
  • Clark, Charles, Looking Glasses. &c., 491
  • Clark. James. Waterproof Fabrics. 457
  • Clark, James. Beds and Mattresses. fic.. 457
  • Clark, Joseph Latimer, Electric Telegraph, 686
  • Clark, William, Barytes and Strontian, &c., 651
  • Clark. William Stettinius, Caldron and Furnace for Agricultural purposes, 699
  • Clark. W. S., Digging and Pressing Peat, &c., 430
  • Clark, W. S., Hydraulic Heaters, 543
  • Clark, W. R., Churns. 640
  • Clay, William, and Josiah Harris, Iron and Steel. 616
  • Clements, Cornelius Ferguson, Separating Metals from Ores, 543.
  • Clibran, William. and Joseph Clibran, Regulating and Measuring Gas. 411
  • Clifford, Charles. Boat-lashings, &c., 362
  • Clissold William, Regulating the supply of Water to Water Wheels. 610
  • Clossman, Francis Frederick, Alcohol, 651
  • Clyburn, William, Machinery for Making Butter, 698
  • Cochrane. Hon. William Erskine, Permanent Way, 676
  • Cochrane, Hon. W. E., Converting Crude Iron into Malleable Iron, &c., 555
  • Colbeck, Israel, Tearing Rags. 519
  • Collett, Henry, Mowing and Reaping, 651
  • Collier, George. John Crossley, and James William Crossley, Stretching Woven Fabrics. 80c., 457
  • Collier. George, Piled Fabrics, GIG
  • Collier, George, Dr)ing. Stretching, and Finishing Yarns, &c., 640
  • Collyer, Robert. Hanham, M.D., Manufacturing Paper, 616
  • Colman, Samuel, Steam Boilers, 430
  • Coltman, William, Knitting Machinery, 467
  • Combe, James, Carding and Roving Tow, 369
  • Combettes, Paul Charles Joseph Leonce de, Steam-engine, 398
  • Combettes, P. C. J. L. de, Rotary Engine., 398
  • Commandeur. Joseph, Regenerating the Impulsive Force of any Motive Power, 616
  • Conant, Hesekiali, Fire-arms, 531
  • Condy, Henry Boimann, Purifying Acetic Acid. &c., 398
  • Cook, Thomas Aimley. Treating Manganese Ores. 640
  • Cooke, George Colieton, Stereoscopes, 457
  • Cooke, Henry, Dyeing Yarns or Threads, 512
  • Cooke. Masta Jokelin, Washing Machines. Itc., 686
  • Cooper. William Henry, Fretwork for Ornamental Windows. &c., 555
  • Cone. Thomas, Tobacco-cutting Machines, 664
  • Copeland, George Alexander, Safety Blasting Cartridge, &c., 457
  • Coplin, John, Windlasses, 467
  • Cornides, Louis, Ornamenting Metal, Six., 386
  • Comities. L., Cementing Surfaces of Glass, &c., 398
  • Cornides, L., Dressing Hides, Skins, .Sze., 531
  • Cornwall. Frederick, Fire-places, 698
  • Coitam. George Hallen, and Henry Richard Cottiun, Iron hurdles, 595
  • Cotton, Samuel, Regulating Tilt Hammers, 610
  • Cottrill. James. Machinery for Filing, 566
  • Coward, Richard Atkinson. Paddle Wheels, 613
  • Cowburn, Thomas, Valves. 8:c., 362
  • Cowley. John, Straw Paper. &c., 130
  • Cowper, Charles. Lighting and Extinguishing tias-lights. 430
  • Cowper, Edward Alfred, Candles, 502
  • Craig. Thomas, Ruling Paper, &c., 531
  • Crawley, John, Stitching Fabrics, 664
  • Cranstoun. George Cranstoun Trotter, George Young. and John Lovell, Application of steam for producing Boiling Action in Bleaching. 513
  • Crawford, Davie, Preparing Textile Fabrics, 698
  • Cressey, Thomas Stokes, Cutting Staves, &c., 595
  • Crichton, David, and James Cathcart, Looms, 555
  • Crockett, James Lawrence, Sulphuric Acid, 430
  • Crockett, J. L., Evaporating, 430
  • Crofton, Michael Thonvis, Registering Passengers in Vehicles, 59
  • Crofton, M. T., Stamps, 371
  • Crossley. Joseph, and James Bolton, Printing Yarns. Ste., 502
  • Cunningham, Hannay, Blanks for Banknotes. Sec , 312
  • Cunningham. Henry Duncan Preston, Reefing Sails, 513
  • Curtis, ‘Villiam Joseph, Lighting Railway Carriages. &I.. 610
  • Curwood, David, Horse-rakes, &c., 393
  • Daft. Thomae Barnabas, Cast-Iron Pipes, 479
  • Dallas, Duncan Cainphcll, Chemical Preparations :Applicable to the Pliotogiaphic Processes, 490
  • Dalton, Alfred, Smelting Iron, 531
  • Damazio, Jacinto Dias, Gas, &c., 362
  • Dancer, John Benjamin, Photographic Camerae, Stc,. 531
  • Danduran, Jean Jacques, Self Swimmer, 467
  • Darlington. George, and John Darlington, Zinc, 410
  • Darlington, John, 'Super-heating Steam, 479
  • Dartols, Louis, Cleansing Textile Substances &c., 676
  • Daugligh, John, Making Bread, 595
  • Davenport, Robert, K ilns. &c., 479
  • Davidson, Joseph ehriotinn. Hop Bin, 543
  • Davidson. J. C., Share Drill, 543
  • Davies, David, Wheel Tyres, 374
  • Davies, George, Actuating Railway Breaks, 555
  • Davies, George, Measuring the Leakage of Vessels, 374
  • Davies, George, Paper for Filtration, &c., 661
  • DRViell, George, Copying Letters, 467
  • Davies, John Lacy, jun., and John Broadbent,. Umbrellas, 398
  • Davis, Joseph, Manufacturing Small Coke, 362
  • Davison. Robert, and Joshua Crowther, Winding Yarns,Ite., 698
  • Dawes. George. Hats, 555
  • Day, John Rock, and Thomas Rutter, Roofing Tile. 661
  • Deacon, Henry, Suspending Carriage Bodics, 616
  • Dee'ley, Joseph, Furnaces, 698
  • Defries, Coleman, Lamps fur Railway Carriages, 479
  • Defries, Mose, Moderator Lamps, &c., 410
  • Delcambre, Isidore, Machines for Composing and Distributing Type, 616
  • Dembinski, General Henri, Motive Power, 410
  • Dendy, Richard, Horse-rake:A, 411
  • Denis, Julien, Corking and Uncorking Bottles, 698
  • Denis, J., Perforating Steel, 457
  • Denis, J., Soap, 437
  • Depai, Alexandre, Railway Brakes, 362
  • Derbyshire, John, Cocks and Taps, &c., 457
  • Deering, George Edward, Galvanic Batteries, 398
  • Desachy, Leonard Alexander, Architectural Mouldings, 6:n
  • Deshayes, Jacques Felix, Machinery for Dyeing Silk, 8tc 616
  • Desmond, Daniel, Vessels for Liquids, 395
  • Desnos, Charles, Furnaces, 362
  • Desvignes, Peter Hubert, Scutching Flax, Hemp, &c.. 430
  • Detouche, Constantin Louis, and Jean Jacques Emile Robert Houdin, jun., Electric Clocks, 457
  • Dickie, Hugh, Cutting Wood. &c., 519
  • Dickinson, James, Anchors, 457
  • Dickinson, J., Cotton Spinning, 651
  • Dillon, Thomas Arthur, and John Gray, Signals, 595
  • Dircks, Henry, 'Worts for Brewinz. &c., 651
  • Distill*, Henry John, Regulating the Tone of Kettle Drums, 579
  • Distin, H . J ., Wind Musical Instruments, 676
  • Dixey, Charles Wastell, Opera Classes, 664
  • Dognin, Michel, Lace or Net. 640
  • Doggenfeld, Anthony Charles Vetter de, Glass Ornaments, 490
  • Dolt)), Etinill Thomas, Printing Several Colours at one time, 651
  • Donkin, Thomas, Glazing Paper, 467
  • Doubleday, Henry, Starch, 490
  • Downing, JUses Weaver, Metallic Wheels, :tc., 490
  • Dray, William, Stacking or Storing Corn, &c., 6
  • Drew, John, Library T AAA and Desks, 661
  • Dryden, James, \Veit% ing, 686
  • Dryden, Robert, and Stephen Mills, Cylinder Printinz Presses, 686
  • Dubs, Henry, and Josiah Evans, Slide Valves, 543
  • Dubs, 11 , and J. Evans, Consumption of Smoke, .1110
  • Duchatcau, Alexis Eugene, Stamp Presses, 531
  • Duf;dale, Thomas, sun., Lubricator, 616
  • Dumery, Constant Joutfrcy, Shoes and Boots, 362
  • Dumery, C J., Steam-engines, 531
  • Duncan, Thomas. Compound Engine for Measuring Fluids, 430
  • Dunlop. Andrew, Dressing Flour, &c., 615
  • Duncliffe, John Dearman, and Walter Dexter, Warp Machinery, 627
  • Durrich, Gustave, Gas Burners, 386
  • Dyer, Samuel, Propelling Vessels, 661
  • Dyer, Henry. and George Dyer, Freeing Textile Fabrics from Oily Impurities, 366
  • Dyson, George. Iron, 374
  • Dwyer, Edmund, Children's Chairs, 686
  • Eaborn, Edmund. and Matthew Robinson,, Confectionary. Machinery, 937
  • Eadon, Robert Thomas, Band Saws, Rte., 410
  • Earp, Thomas, Tap for Measuring Liquids, 661
  • Ears), Thomas, Newark, Nottingham. An Improved Cutting Apparatus fog Reaping and Mowing Machines, 698
  • Eaton, Richard, Bulling Apparatus, 676
  • Eaton. Richard, India-rubber Sprinvi, 699
  • Eccles, Joseph, Brick, Tile, and Pipe Machinery, 664
  • Edmeston, Robert, Looms. 595
  • Edwards, Joseph. Ship's Log, 595
  • &Nardi'. William. Salford. Lathes for Shaping and Screwlny Metals, 911
  • Eeckman, Alexandre Marie Joseph, Mechanical Bakery, 661
  • Elves, James. Extracting Oil, 362
  • Elves, James. Dynamometer, 362
  • Elkin, Jacob Levi. Manufacture of Zinc, 686
  • Elliot, George, Production of Oxides of Manganese, 5V5
  • Elliott, J., Taps and Cocks, 513
  • Elliott, John. Fluid Meter, 543
  • Ellison, Roger Bolam. Electric Telegraph, 457
  • Emery, Ri,..7hard, Springs for Carriafzei, 661
  • Emery, Richard, Axles, &c., for Carriages on Common Roads, 661
  • Emmons, Edward Jackson, Nursery Chair, 686
  • Erman, Godfrey. Finishinix Yarns, 627
  • Ernst, Gustavus, and William Lorbirg, Producing and Transferring Designs, 627
  • Eskholtne', George, and Henry Wilkes, Bill Cocks, 430
  • Estivalit, Felix, Casting Metal Tithes, 531
  • Evans. John, Increasing Pelwer, .167
  • Evivis, Thomas, jun., Harness, 167
  • Evette, Henri. Looms, 467
  • Ewing, Joseph, Receptacle for Urine, 398
  • Fairbairn, Peter, an°1 Robert Newton, Drossing 'Waste Silk, 610
  • Fairclough, Expander Dining Tables, 362
  • Farina, Maria, Tooth Powder. 579
  • Farmer, George James, Hardening Iron and Steel, 502
  • Farmer, G. J Chain Links, Buckles. &c.. 502
  • Farquharson, Colin, and William Grimshaw, Indicating Pressure of Steam, &c., 593
  • Farrar, J allies, and Henry Spencer, Regulating the Pressure of Gaseous Fluids, 479
  • Farrington, Charles James, and William Comber, (Jiving Alarm, Ga Faure, Louis Adolphe, Pump, 627
  • Feaveau. Jean Baptiste, and Louis Alexander Legrand, Purification of Gas, 531
  • Feffier, Carl Johan Laurent; Casting Metals, 616
  • Fehrman, Diederlch, Lamps, 490
  • Fenton, James, Signal Apparatus. &c., 686
  • Ferguson, Charles Augustus, Preparing Timber, 610
  • Fernhough, James, and Robert Farrow, Regulating the Supply of Air to Furnaces, &c., 610
  • Ferry, Benjainin, Ornamental Plastering, 610
  • Finch, Edward, Wrought-iron Masts, Bowsprits, Scc., 5:6
  • Firth, Edwin, Finis!iiiit; N10:iair Cloth, 479
  • Firth, Josiah, and Joseph Crabtree, Weaving Carpets, Sm., 479
  • Fisher. David, Coating Metal, &lc.. 410
  • Fisher, John Pursloe, Billiard Cues. 4.0
  • Fleming, James, jun., Bleaching Fabrics, 398
  • Fletcher, John, and William Fletcher, Weighing Cranes, &c., 531
  • Flint George, Thomas Wood, and Edward Wood, I'unchin2 Press, &c., 579
  • Flockton, Thomas, Consumption of Smoke, 616
  • Foggi, Ferdinando, Steam Engines, &c., 616
  • Fonrobert, Charles Francis J tiles, Boots and Shoes, 676
  • Fonrobert, C. F. J., insulated Wires, 676
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Comte de, Turbines, 616
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Knitting Loom, 627
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Voltaic Battery, 640
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Artificial Stone, 531
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Carbonic Acid Gas, 676
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Forming Letters, &c.,
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte do, Weighing Apparatu4, 686
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Metallic Packing, 362
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Ship Building, 362
  • Fontainemorean, P. A. le Comte de, Roofs of Buildings, 595
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Electromotive Engine, 479
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Comte de, Purifying Brandies, 616
  • Fordred, John, Lamps, 698
  • Foot, Joseph James, Weaving Narrow Fabrics, 386
  • Forbes, Hugo Frederick, Copying Press, 610
  • Ford, Alfred, Dissolving Vulcanised India-rubber, 553
  • Ford, James, and Peter Knowles, Cleaning and Preparing Cotton, &c , 411
  • Forster, John Thomas, Signalling Symbols, 616
  • Forster, William H clay, Fastening Jeweilery, &c.' 313
  • Fos", Jens, Cutting and Sawing, US Moulds, Robert, and William Bracewell, Power Looms, 374
  • Fowler, John, jun., and William Worby, Ploughing by 6tearn, 410
  • Fowler, J. jun., Ploughing and Tilling Land, 531
  • Fowler, J., jun.. Wire Ropes, 686
  • Fox, Henry Hawes, Brushes, 664
  • Fox, Samuel, Heating Steel Wire, &c., 676
  • Fox, S., Drawing Wire and Tubes, 676
  • Foxwell, Daniel, Consuming Smoke, 595
  • Franc, J ides Adolphe le, Lubricating Oil Cans, 615
  • France, James Robert, Electric Telegraph Apparatus, 010
  • Francis, William, and James Hooper, Tanning Leather, 651
  • Freeman, Charles Robert, and William Key, Food for Animal.. 640
  • Frost, Robert, Flour, 566
  • Galloway, George Bel', Furnaces, 6S6
  • Gard, William Gostwyck, Bits for Boring, 566.
  • Gardissal, Charles Durand, Sweeping Streets, 362
  • Gardissal, C. D., Engraving Glass, &c., 374
  • Gardissal, C. D., Rotary Engine, 519
  • Gardissal, C. D., Artificial Fuel, 519
  • Gardissal, C. D., Sea Weeds for Manure, 531
  • Gardissal, C. D., Pump, 595
  • Gardiesal, C. D., Cement, 379
  • Gardissal, C. D., Heating and Warming, 579
  • Garnett. Thomas, l'aste for Sizing Cotton, ktc., 627
  • Ga,rood, Robert Elmy, Stop Cocks and Valves, 555
  • Garton, Charles, and James St. John Gage Parsons, Treating Cane Sugar for Brewing and Distilling, 686
  • Gaskell, Peter, Equilibrium Valk, 651
  • Catty, Frederick Albert, Dyeing, 302
  • Catty, F. A., Filters, 698
  • Gatty, F. A., Dyeing, 595
  • Gaudin, Marc Antoine Augustin, and Eugene Xavier Choumara, Milk, 430
  • Gedge, John, Mineral Manure, 615
  • Gedge, J., Lubricating Journals, 698
  • Cadge, J., Motive Power, 457
  • Gedge, J. , Paint, 5.13
  • Gedge, J., Measuring Liquids, 362
  • Gedge, J., Building Materials, 362
  • Gedge, J.. Git-; Meters. 06
  • Genhart, Henry, Fire Arms, ttc., 698
  • George, Joseph, Crane, 616
  • Gerger, Jean, Printing and Dyeing Fabrics, 43O
  • Gliidiglia, Simon, and Louis Turletti, Buckle, 531
  • Gibbon, John, (11:a-cutting, 640
  • Gibson, Julio, Lulling and Drawlog Apparatus, 686
  • Gilbee, Henry, Manufacture of Iron, 543
  • Gilbee, William Armand, ltcetiiia fopsails, 646
  • Gilbee. W. A., Locomotion, 371
  • Gilbee, W. A., Stnoke Cousin')frig Furnaces, 640
  • Girard, Louis Dominique, Turbines. 698
  • Gilbert. James Montgomery, Etching or Engraving, 676
  • Gilk 4. Charles Henry, Umbrella Stand. 63i
  • Giresse, Joseph Manuel, Mincing Tallow, &c. 512
  • Goddard, John, and George Hulme, Carding Engines. 479
  • Godrfroy, Peter Augustin, Extraction of Metals, 490
  • Goil, Alexandre Theod we Nicholas, Buttons, 490
  • Goode, Samuel Jabez, Gas Stoves for Vent!. lation, 346
  • Goodfellow, Benjamin, Boilers. 664
  • Goodhart, Charles Woide, Gratin5s, 386
  • Goodyear, Charles, Penholders, 5.5
  • Goodyear, C., Combining Gutta-percha with Asphalte or Pitch, 531
  • Goodyear, C., securing the Openings of Airtight Be.r 595
  • Gorse, William, Door Fastener, 479
  • Goss age. 'William„ Soap, 531
  • Gosf.age, W., Obtaining Sulphur and Metals from Ores, &c., 502
  • Gosvage, W., Carbonates of Zinc, Iron, and Manganese, 686
  • Gos,iale. W., Manufacture of Coal Gas, 616
  • Gottgetreau, Charles (iti,tavue, Litriographic Printing on Glass, Wood, Zee., 479
  • Grant, Alexander, Shirts, 698
  • Gratrix. John, and Alfred Knight, Registering the speed of Engines, 386
  • Grautoff, Bernard Augustus, and Charles Henry William Albrecht, Pressure and Vacuum Gauges, 519
  • Gray. 'Tomas, Doing pparatw, 6'7
  • Gray, William, and Julia Tate, Washing Apparatus, 640
  • Greaves, Hilton, Looms, 398
  • Greaves, James, Ladies' side Saddies, 661
  • Green, Howard. Boiler Tube Scrapers, 676 Green, Edwin, Buttons.398
  • Green, John, Cooking Apparatus, GIG
  • Green, ThomAs, Mowing Machinery. 167
  • Green, William, Georle liulluway, and Thomas Grubb, Rugs, 5o2
  • Green, William, Ortimnenting and .Waterproofing Fabrics, 430
  • Green, William, jun., anti Thomas Storey, Washisitz Coal, 651
  • Green, William, Substitutea for Leather, .179
  • Greenwood, Thomas, Trimming the Teeth of Wheels. 555
  • Gregor), John, Fish Juint,331
  • Grey, Alexander, and John Rawson, Lubricating, 410
  • Grieve, John, Chimney Cans, 661
  • Griffin. William, and ElizAbeth 1)u1e), Buttons, 457
  • Guerin, Edouard, Working Railway Brakes, 362
  • Guillaume, George, Motive Power, Ge4
  • Guillaumin, Andre Gabriel, Ramrods, 555 Gurlt, Adolphus Frederick, Iron and Steel, 411
  • Gurney. Goldsworthy, Warming and Moistening Air, 374
  • GurA. Pierre Joseph, Retarding Railway 'I rains, and Warming the Carriageg, 531
  • Gw% rine, J dine3Egliuton Anderson, Charcoal Powder, 627
  • Hacking, Joseph, and William Wheeler, Winding and War ping Cotton, &e., 519
  • Hacking. Joseph, Dressing and Finishing Threads, 661
  • Haddan, John Coolie, Pianofortes, 698
  • Haddan, J. C., Projectiles, 386
  • Hague. Jonathan, Driving Bands, 371
  • Hall, John, jun., Looms, 613
  • William, militia Wylde, and William Waite, Steam-engines, 47J
  • Hall, William Keuible, Cutting and Shaping Metals. 698
  • Hallen. Edward, and William Holland Kingston, Railway Signals, 490
  • Hallett, E., ( hairs, Sofas, Ste.. 647
  • E., Washing Wool, 503
  • Haiku, Samuel, and Edward Haller). Rolling Metallic Substances, 531
  • Hamilton, George, Finisbing Textile Fabrics. 531
  • Harrison, Joseph, Warping Yarns, &c., 616
  • Hamilton, John,jun., Conical Tubes. 430
  • Hampton. Richard, Lubricating Steam-engines, 640
  • Handcock, Elias Robison, Mechanism connected with Engines, 374
  • Hardacre, Samuel, 1)cmhle-gridded Machine for treating Cotton, &c., 410
  • Hardaker, John, Stoppiii; Railway Trains, 490
  • Hardin„ Gasta% us Palmer, Hats, 531
  • Hardon. Edwin, and Joseph Henry, Looms, &c., 374
  • Hardon. E.. and J. Henry, Loom 4. 395
  • Harmer, Richard, Stereoscopic Pictures, 698
  • Harrington, Robert, Umbrellas, O.c.c., 410
  • Harrison, Charles Wightman, Insulating Electric Conductors, 627
  • Hardison. Joseph, and Christopher Gelderd, Preparing Yarns, 374
  • Harrison, J., and C. Geldred, Looms, 410
  • Hardwick, Philip Welsey, Railway and other Ticket*. 362
  • Hargreaves, William, Combing Wool, hair, 490
  • Harris, Josiah, Condensing Gases generated in Furnaces, 490
  • Hart, Joel Tanner, Modelling Statuary, 331
  • Hartwell, Thomas Madeley, James William Gladwin. and Henry Gladwin, Stretching Woven Fabrics, 410
  • Harvey, George. and Alexander Harvey, jun.. Boring and Drilling, 38'
  • Hasard, Robert. Intercepting Smoke and Oases for Drying and Warming. 595
  • 1111.111112, Robert, and Jamea Dashiki, Looms, 579
  • Hawkins, Thom:is Pinfold, Wire Chain, 531,
  • Hawkes, witham. Steam Ploughing, Sm., 661
  • Hay. John, and James Hay, Pearl Bade), 386
  • Hayden, Daniel Webster, , Fastenings for Window Shutters, 410
  • Hayes, John Montagu, Cartridges, 531
  • Hades, J. M., Percussion Cap Holders, 5GG Hazeldine, Carriages requiring Poles, 616
  • Healey, Edward Charleig, and Edward Ellis Allen, Preparation of Veneers, Paper, and Sheets male of Fibres, 398
  • Hedgely. Henry, Spirit Lamps, 686
  • Hees. Richard Van. Electric Clocks, 555
  • Fleet, It. Van, Railway \Viieels, Itc., 553
  • Hellmann, Cwsar, Furnaces=, 519
  • Reinke, Charles Edwin, Illuminating Objects under Water, and Lighting Mines, 686
  • Henson. William, Sewing or Stitching Machines, 6:41
  • Helrigel, Charles Louis Frederick, Lithographic Printing Presses. 531
  • Beisderson, Matthew, Shaping and Polishing Stone, 61‘6
  • Hengel, Joseph Henry Van, Edibing and Lowering Bodies in Mines, 39S
  • Hen(ly, James Saul, Stoves, 593
  • Henley, Thomas Frederick, Production of Alcohols,- Spirits and Food fnr Cattle, 616
  • Henley, William Thomas, Electric Teleg-aphs, 676
  • Henley, Thomas Frederick, Obtaining Spirit from Rice, &c., 386
  • hene )n, William, and Henry Palmer, Sewing Machines. 698
  • Henzell, Thomas Smith, Construction of Vessels, 610
  • Heppell, George, Ventilating Misses, &c , 593
  • Herbelot, Arinand Louis Andre. Obtaining %a we Power by Gases, &c., 51
  • Herring. Francis Mitchell, Applying N1 agnetie Action to Combs and Brushes, 5
  • Hens, Abrakiam, Holding Material during the oper.ition of Sewing, 410
  • Herts, A., Sheet Metal Bending and Tubing Machine. 410
  • Hetherington, John Muir, arid Junes Gee, Flyers for Preparing Cotton, ite., 355
  • Hen, Jean Baptiste, ?reserving Animal and Vegetable substances for Food 661
  • Heyns, Patrick, Axles, Boles, and Wheels for Carriages. 386
  • Heywood, Bennett J..hns, Valves for Inflating Air-tight Bags, 595
  • Hickson, Matthew, Waterproofing Woven Fabrics, 393
  • Higglis, James. Obtaining Colouring Substance Iron) Vegetable Uye-stutis, 6 6
  • Hill, Christopher, Lubricating Matters. 543
  • Will, George, Feeding Steam-boilers, 555
  • Henry. Locks tor Bags, Ste., 641/ Hinde, Thomas Callender, Manufacture of Iron, 555
  • Hindle. Henry, Valves for Governing Steam Engines, 440
  • Hinks, James, Metal Boxes, 615
  • Hipkius, George Frederick, and John BritNan, Applying Springs, 84:c fur Closing Doors, 4;$U
  • Hoare, Deane John, Manufacture of Iron, 664
  • Htioehbtaetter, Heinrich, Instantaneous Light, 676
  • Hodge, Paul Rapsey, Grinding Wheat, ac., 531
  • Hodge, P. R., Felted Cloth, 651, 686
  • Hodges, Charles, Unwinding bilk 1roin the Hank, 457
  • Hodges, John Edward, Looped Fabric Ma. dither), 457
  • Hodgkinson, Alfred, Bleaching and Cleansing Fabrics, 499
  • Hoffman, Frederick William, Breech Loading Fire-arms, 4 W
  • Hoffmann, Philippe Pierre, \Waterproofing Fabrics, &c., 490
  • Huleroft, George, and Peter Johnson, Cement, 467
  • Holcrolt, Henry, Steam-engine, 627
  • Holden, Howard Ashton, Furniture fur Carriages and Harness. 6z7
  • Holdway, Frederic, Candles, 651
  • Holland, Henry, Umbrellas and Parasols, 362
  • Holland, John Simon, Manufacture of Iron, 69
  • Holland. James, and John Irving, Treatment of Waste Yarns, b95
  • Holman, John, Alps' Rudders. 579
  • H011111Cd, Thomas, and Thomas Aspinall, Diminishing the Production of Smoke in Fireplaces, &c . 366
  • tin ,per. and Joseph Fry, and George '..myth. Springs, 691
  • Holro)d, Ward, and William Noble, Cutting Wood and Stone, .110
  • Holt, Amos, and Jabez Bentley, Weaving stuffs, &c .676
  • Holt, Thomas Stephen, Edward F.arrishaw, and James Barlow, :)tcain-engines and Boilers, 661
  • Hope, David Graham, and William Andrew Fairbairn. steam-engines. 386
  • Hopkins, John, Furnaces, 379
  • Hopper, George. Railway Spikes, 430
  • Hopwood, Joseph, Measuring and Folding Fabrics. 467
  • Horrex, Theophilus, Delivery of Coals, 355
  • Horrex, T., Fastening Buttons, 627
  • Hort ie. Louis, and James Schofield, Extracting Oil and Grease separately from uds used In Washing Flannel, &e., 502
  • Horsfall, James, Wire Rope, 39S
  • Horsfall, William, Cards for Carding, 566
  • Horton, Joshua, and Thomas Horton, Paper, Plastoboard. and Pulp, 502
  • How, Andrew Peddie, Pumps, 490
  • Howard, Ltohert Luke, Regulating the Flow of Fluids, 393
  • Howell, Joseph Bennett, Cast Steel Tyres, 374
  • Howell, J. B., Cast Steel, 616
  • Howell, J . 13., and Nicholas Harvey, Boilers, 686
  • Howes, Ebenezer, Anchors, 457
  • Huart, Adolphe Emanuel, Children's Toy, 661
  • Hubbard, William Henry, Articles for Lighting Fires, 386
  • Hudson, James,Setting Printers' Doctors, 513
  • Hudson, William, and Christopher Catluw, Looms, 386
  • Hughes, Edward Jo=eph, Concentrating Colouring Matter, 610
  • Humber, William, l'erinanekt Way of Rail-wa)s, 386
  • II u in key, Charles, Crease for Lubricating, 616 unlit, Edmund, Looms for Ornamental W (.,85
  • Unlit, WI ham, Polishing and Finishing Yarns, 374
  • Bunter, Colin, Drying, Heating, and Ventilating, 651
  • H urr), Henry Columbus, Railway Crossings, "Jo it ti.band, Richard, Silk Hats, 566
  • Hustler, Amos, Looms, 618
  • Hutchison, George, Treatment of Oils and Fats, 343
  • II wean, Leon Phileas, Petticoat, 616
  • 'Juin). Alexander, Warming Railway Carriiisces, Sc., 651
  • II 'mon. Henry, Lubricators, 610
  • Huxtable, Lawford, Pianofortes, 651
  • ilea, Chrles, Stands for Suspending Hats, 6l6
  • 'litre, Henry Jeremiah, and James Newman, Buttons, 430
  • fmray, Joists, Bending Timber, 430
  • Iverb, Samuel, Looms, 566
  • Jackson, Luke Duncan, and Henry Myers, Railway Breaks. .566
  • Jacot, William, Fire Arms, 362
  • Jaque, Rev. George, Stringed Musical Instruments, 430
  • Jacquemier, Louis, Hardening and Colouring Alabaster, &c., 555
  • James, Henry Benson, Moulding Metallic Castings, 362
  • Janet, Armand Itieuparoux, Measure for Coate, 490
  • Jay, Samuel, and George Smith, Skirts, M.11ties, Ikc., 430
  • Jay, S., and G. Smith, Stuffing Couches, Cushions, &c., 4M
  • Jay, S., and G. Smith, Material fur Bonnets, &c., 595
  • Jay, S., and G. Smith, Facing for Ladies' Dresses, 555
  • Jay S., and G. Smith, Ornamenting Articles of Attire, 519
  • Jeffrey, 'William. Cutting Wood, 616
  • Jennings Josiah George, Wall Caps and Rleeper Blocks, 616
  • Jerome, Timothy, Buttons, 410
  • Jlesson. Joseph, Washing, Wringing, and Mangling. 010
  • Jobard, Jean Baptiste Marcebin, Lamps, 615
  • Johann John, Railway Chairs, 610
  • Jobson Robert, Pouring Metal into Moulds, 562
  • John, Thomas, Electric Telegraph, 627
  • Johns, Charles Sidney, Preparing Pulp for Paper. 616
  • Johns, George Edward, Stereoscopic Arrangement in the Manufacture of Boles. 640
  • Johnson, James. and William Blackwell, Self-acting Mules, 374
  • Johnson John, Railway Carriages, 531
  • Johnson, John Henry, Fire Arms, 651
  • Johnson, J. H., Consuming Smoke in Lamps and Gas Burners, 411
  • Johnson, J. H., Cleaning and Carding Cotton, 398
  • Johnson. J. H., Casting Metals, 502
  • Johnson. J. H., Printing Electro-Telegraphic Dispatches, 651
  • Johnson, J. H., Projectiles, 6M
  • Johnson, J. H., Circular Looms, 411
  • Johnson, J. H., Railway Breaks, 374
  • Johnson, J. H., Steam Engines, 502
  • Johnson, J. H., Cutting and Folding Paper, 661
  • Johnson, J. H.. Cast Steel, 386
  • Johnson, J. H., Fire Arms, 531
  • Johnson, J. H., Safety Paper. 398
  • Johnson, J. H., Bricks, 513
  • Johnson, J. H., Carbonate of Barytes. 386
  • Johnson. J. H., Roger Fulling Mills, 490
  • Johnson, J. H., Treatment of Sugar Canes, 362
  • Johnson, J. H., Scutching Machines, 457
  • Johnson, J. H., Stocking Looms, 519
  • Johnson, J. H., Rails for Railways. 386
  • Johnson, William, Steam Boilers. 555
  • Johnson, W., Twisting Fibrous Materials, 566
  • Johnson, W., Fulminating Powder, 616
  • Johnson, W., Sheet Caoutchouc, 595
  • Johnson, W., Railway Brakes, 595
  • Johnston. John. Photographic Plate', 531
  • Jones, David. Motive Power, 579
  • Jones, George, and Joseph Reece
  • Jones, Life Boat, 661
  • Jones. John, and Edward Jones, Metal Castings, 676
  • Jones. John Christian, Wooden Leg and Crutch, 686
  • Jones. John Fell, Rollers for Printing Fabrics. 651
  • Jones. Stopford Thomas, and Josiah Harris, Extracting Gold and Silver, 374
  • Jong, Scrvans de, Warming and Ventilating, 362
  • Jough, Charles De, Combing and Preparing Silk, &c.. 627
  • Jordan, Lewis Jacob, Medicine, 616
  • Joyce, Thomas Francis. Rails of Railways. 676
  • Joyeux, Louis Augusto, Motive Power, 502
  • Jowett, Henry Alfred, Rails and Chairs, 502
  • Juckes. John, Stoves or Fire-places, 531
  • Judkins, Charles 'Tot. Gas Regulator, 457
  • Frincois, Cannon, 595
  • 41110111). William Astbury. Supplying Fuel to Furnaces, 930
  • Jump, W. A ., Manufacture of Salt, 430
  • Kay, Richard Duz.lale, Pressiag, Strainin, or Refining Colours, &c., 410
  • Kay, Richard Dugdale, Washing Woven Fabrics. &c., 490
  • Keates, William, Reducing Copper, Ores, &c., 531
  • Keeling, Herbert, Rivetting Fish Joints, 631
  • Keiller, Alexander, Confectionery, 386
  • Keit h. John, Making Envelopes, 467
  • Kenton, Robert, Fishing Reels, 502
  • Kenyon, Jame.), and Richard Kenyon, Fabric to he used in Printing, 374
  • Kordyke, Lodewyk Polak. Machinery for Extracting Colouring Matters, 698
  • Kerr, John James, Cartridges. 467
  • King, Samuel, Spirit Lamps, 490
  • King, Thomas, Compressing Machine, 595
  • John, Moulding Metals, 654
  • Kirkham, John, Furnace., &c. &c., 610
  • Kis-Geresd, Col. Stephen, Szabo de, Motive Power, 490
  • KIsch, Benjamin. Apparatus Containing an Arrangement of Cards, 616
  • Kline, Calvin, Mariners' Compasses, 355
  • Mum, William, and Daniel Jones, Photogrti 698
  • Knowelden, John, Preventing Steam Boiler Exploaions 411
  • J Knowelden, Valves for Preventing Steam-boiler Explosions. 543
  • Knowles, Sir Francis Charles, Iron and Steel, 616
  • Knowleo, John, and William Buxton, Tuy-Ores. 4.)7
  • Knowles, John, and William Clarke, Looms, 490
  • Knowles, John. jun., Prevention of Accidents in Windinic from Mines, 651
  • Kopke, William, Clasp-board to hold Documents, 610
  • Kopp, Emile, Manufacture of Gas, 490
  • Koronikolski, Josk ph, Baking-ovens, 513
  • Krupp, Alfred, Permanent way. 410
  • Kurten, Philip, Mottled and Yellow Soap, 986
  • Lloyd. Jean Alexandre, Stoppering Bottles, &e . 616
  • Lacassagne, Joseph. and Rodolphe Thiers, Electric Lamp, 616
  • Lacroix, Jean Charles Lefevre, Shaving the Merino of Wool, 374
  • Lallitte, Pierre, Rotary Piston Engine, 555
  • Lalonde. Jules Etienne, Lighting, 371
  • Laing, William, Stretching Woven Fabrics, 398
  • Laleman, Jules. Flax, 491
  • Lamb, Joseph, Preparing and Roving Cotton, &e., 531
  • Lancaster, Charles William, Inking or Stamping Surfaces, 410
  • Langlols. Claude, Photograpy. 566
  • Lip:to, Charles Louis, Mortar and Concrete, 531
  • Larnaiides. Jean Francois, Anti-putrefactive, and Disinfectant, 595
  • Lassie, Jean Baptista Justin, Aerial Navigation, 5:•5
  • Latham James, Registering Passengers In Vehicles, &c., 616
  • Launey, Charles Theodule, and Jules Chopin, Iocre sing the Illuminating Power of Gas, 479
  • Lavender, Robert. and Edward Lavender, Raising Water. &c.. 555
  • Law, David, and John Inglis, Moulding Metals, 615
  • Lawes, Thomas, A7ricultural Implement, 616
  • Lawson. John, Pile Fabrics, &c., 610
  • Laycock, William Edward. Looms, 676
  • Leach. James, 'William Turner, and John Tempest. Rollers for Condensing Engines, 490
  • Leadbetter, James, Motive Power, 651
  • Leadbetter, Robert Hutton, Preparation of Flax, 410
  • Leaver, John James, Water Pump. 543
  • Lecocq, Aime, Hydraulic Engines, 608
  • Leak, Elias, a Thimble Pillar to be used in Placing Earthenware in Ovens when Firing, 457
  • Lees. Asa, and David Schofield, Self-acting Mules 686
  • Lees, Thomas, Lubricating Steam-engine6, 519
  • Leese, Joseph, jun., Printing Calico, 490
  • Leigh, Evan, Generating Steam for obtaining Motive Power, 411
  • Leigh, Evan, and George Peter Leigh, Spinning Cotton, &c., 531
  • Leigh, John. Manufacture of Paper, 616
  • Leseure, Nicholas Pierre Joseph, Embroidering Machine. 661
  • Lespinasse, Antoine Jean Baptiste, Motive Power, 627
  • Lesser, David, Lozenges, 479
  • Letestu, Jean Marie, Extracting Liquids, &c., 398
  • Leuchars, William, Locks for Travelling B ogs, 555
  • Levick, Frederick, jun Blast Furnaces, 531
  • Lewis. George Alfred, Disconnecting and Raising Screw Propellers, 531
  • Lewsey, Gharlee. John, Sugar-cane Mills, 676
  • Lewsoy, C. J., Sugar-cane Mills, 362
  • Lewtas, Joseph, and John Humphreys, Holding and Releasing Cords, 398
  • Leys, 'relict., Preservation of Cheee, 513
  • Li..lonann, Carl Heinrich Julius Wilhem Maximilian. Purifying Water, 610
  • Lillie, Joseph, and Arthur Dobson, Dyeinz Animal and Vegetable Substances, &c.,699
  • Lilley, Samuel. Ships' Iron Work, &c.. 502
  • Lindner, Edward, Breech-loading Fire-arms, 362
  • Lister, Samuel Cunlilfc, Spinning Cotton, &c., 555
  • List er, S. C., and William Tongue, Spinning, 616
  • Lister, S C.. Spinning, 661
  • Livermore. Isaac, Waterproofing Paper. 69g
  • Livsey, Peter Joel, Rotating the Rollers of Window Blinds, 467
  • Loam, Matthew Hill, Meters for Measuring Water. 398
  • Lone, loraticois, Life-boats, 686
  • Long, Oliver, Knife-cleaners, 467
  • Longbottom, John, 1)ring and Calcining Vegetable and other Substances, 686
  • Lon,,Tridge, James Atkinson, Obtaining Motive Poser, &c., 374
  • Longridge, Junes Atkinson, Ploughing, &c., 398
  • Longridge, James Atkinson, and Thomas Richardson, Fire-boxed of Locomotive Steam-hoilers. 616
  • Lord, Edward, Thomas Lord, Abraham Lord, and William Lord, Machinery for Openinz, seutching, and Preparing Cotton, &c., 437
  • Lord, John, Separating or Recovering Animal Wool or Silk from Cotton, &r., 51P;
  • Lord, John, Substitute for Oil. &c.. 676
  • Lorimier, Anthony, lte-work ing Vulcanised India-rubber, 616
  • Losh, William Septimus, Preparation of Size, 610
  • Lnea4, Jean Louis, and Albert de Briges, Preparing Certain 1,1q,lid from the Husk of a Certain Fruit, 430
  • Ludewig, Frederic. Leaven, 676
  • Ledford, William Henry, Brooms and Brushes. 386
  • Lukyn, William, Break for Railway Car-ria.;es, &c., 651
  • Mabie. Giles, Mowing and Reaping-, 43n Macullum, John, Refining Saltpetre, 640
  • Macdonald, David, Printing Textile Fabrics, 386
  • Macdonald. John. Revilating the Supply of Oil to Lamps, Ste., 627
  • Machard, Jean Etienne, Printing or Dyeing skeins. 362
  • Mackworth, Herbert, Separation of Mineral Substances, 579
  • Nlairnay. Frederick Arthur, and Ralph Radcliffe Whitehead, Damping Paper for Printing, 616
  • Nlagnay, Frederick Arthur, Damping Paper for Printing, 664
  • Maillard, Nicholas Doran, Mcchanica! and Magnetic Compass, 479
  • Nialezienx, Francois Joseph Lucien, Fuel, &c., 386
  • Manceaux, Francois Jules, and Eufzene Napoleon Viellard, Breech-loading lire-arms, 661
  • Mangin, Louis Auguste, Door Spring, 627
  • Manning, James Alexander, Manure, 394
  • Mannix, James Ball, Applying Locomotive Power to the Working of Inclines, 362
  • Marais, Thomas Emmanuel, Railway Signals, 386
  • March, Chapman, Propelling Ships, &c., 479
  • Maresch.tl, Jules Henri Etienne, Hydraulic Presses, 374
  • Margueritte, Louis Joseph Frederic, Materials for Retorts. 698
  • Mari, Jean Louis, Raising and Forcing Water, &c., 640
  • Marplet, Thomas, Corn Mills, 479
  • Marples, T.. Corn M ills, 519
  • Marriott, William, and David Sugden, Purifying Coal Gas, 615
  • Marliden, Charles, Fastenings for Shirts. 543
  • Marsh, John, and John Catt, Textile Fabrics, 410
  • Marshall, John, jun., Purifying 011a, &c.. 676
  • Martien. Joseph Gilbert, Iron, 543
  • Martin, John Cowdery, Glazing Paper. 627
  • Martin, Janice Kennedy, Hoisting Apparatus for Ships, &c., 676
  • Martineau, Robert, and Brooke Smith. Taps, 410
  • Mason, William, Rowlocks for Boats, 362
  • Massey, William, Looms, &c., 362
  • Mather, Joshua, and William Forshaw, Pickers for Looms, Sce., 457
  • Matthews, Francis Cook, Preparing Manure, 610
  • Mandalay, Joaeph, Steam Engines, 491
  • Mandalay. Joseph, Steam Boiler Furnaces, 555
  • Maw, Arthur, Eccentrics of Steam Engines. 651
  • May, William, Steam Engine Indicators, 627
  • McAdam, William, Plastic Substances, 386.
  • McConnell, Robert, and Alexander Mackenzie. Supplying Steam Boilers with Water, &c., 616
  • McDowall, John, Sawing Wood, &e., 616
  • McInnes, John, Surface Mineral Coating, &c., 616
  • McMaster. William, and James McMaster, Retaining and Releasing Clods of Window Blinds, &c., 430
  • Meakin. John Forster. Fire Escape. 560
  • Mehrel, Etienne, Hand Planes. 467
  • Meillet, Alphonse. Artificial Stone, 362
  • Mege Hypolitte, Bread, 362
  • Mennons, Marc Antoine Francois. Compoaition for Coating Metallic Surfaces, 502
  • Metcalf, John, Treatment of Tar Oil, 531
  • Michel. Constantin, and Isidore Antoine Maret, Atmospherical Observations, 661
  • Middleton, Samuel, Certain Articles of Leather, &c.. 810
  • Miller, John, Furnaces for Consuming Smoke, &c., 371
  • Miller, William Valentine, Propelling Vessels, 374
  • Mills. Charles, Hammer Italia of Pianofortes, 374
  • Mills, William. Cleansing the Soot from Chimneys, 627
  • Mills,,William, Pianofortes, 362
  • Mi Robert, Screw Key or Gauge, 398
  • Milly, Louis Adolphe de, Fatty Acids, 676
  • M Ones, John, and William Thompson, Looms, 513
  • Minne, Charles, and Arnaud Colson, Bread, 374
  • Mitchell, Alfred, Apparatus for Exhibiting Advertisements, 467
  • Mitchell, William Smith, and Charles Martin Ernest. Gartner, Watches, 531
  • Moberley William, Grinding and Polishing Curved and Rounded Surfaces, 531
  • Moiesworth, Guilford Lindsay, Child's Cot, 374
  • Mollet, Hector, Fulling Woven Woollen Fabrics, 699
  • Monckton, Edward Henry Cradock, Pianofortes, 374
  • Moncktou, E. II. C., Destroying Grubs, &c., 410
  • Monckton, E. IL C., Blast Furnaces for Smelting, 531
  • Monckton, Henry Edward Cradock, and William Clark, Tilling Soil, 531
  • Money, Edward, Artificial Manure, 661
  • Mossier, Joseph Auguste, Transinittiug Motive Power, 479
  • Monnier, Noel, Bridles and Bits for Stopping Horses, 698
  • Monod, Frederic Ducimetiere, Chlorine, 513
  • Minhy, Andre Jacques Isaac de Montenay du, Screw hand Presses, 651
  • Mond, Claude Eugene, Transmitting Motive Power, .J5
  • Moore. Henry, Boot and Shoe stud, 698
  • Moore John, amid W Moore, Tap or Stop Cock, 50-:
  • Moore, William Henry. Railway Signals, 640
  • Moreau, Felix, Tops of Omnibuses, &c., 610
  • Morgan, Richard, Card Case. &c., 411
  • Morgan, William, Heating Parts of Cylinders to a Welding Heat, 676
  • Morgan, William, Guns and Mortars, 490
  • Moriarty, Cornelius, Coiwruction of Tube BrusheB, 386
  • Morphet, William, Producing the Witney Finish in Cloths. &c., 631
  • Morrison, John, and Samuel Amplilet, Fastening for Beige, 531
  • Morrison, John, Penholder, 555
  • Morrison, Robert, Lilting Apparatus, 595
  • Morton, George, Escapements for Chronometers, 616
  • Moses. Alexander, Propelling Vessels, 519
  • Mozard, Jules, Miners' Lamps, 531
  • Muir, Matthew Andrew, and Jas. Mcllwham, Looms, 362
  • Muir, Matthew Andrew, and William James Walker, Siccing. or Dressing Yarns. 566
  • Murgatroyd, Joshua. Spinning Silk, &c., 610
  • Musizi aye, John, Cloth Beams fur Beetles, 698
  • Mushet, Robert, Smelting Ores, 343
  • Mushet, R., Iron, 555
  • Mushet, R., Iron and Steel, 555
  • Mushet, R., Iron anti Steel, 535
  • Mushet, R. Iron, 555
  • Mushet, R.. Iron, 661
  • Nairne. William, l'reparing Flax, &c., 595
  • Nasmyth. James, and Robert Wilson, Hydraulic Pumps and Presbes, 610
  • Naylor, Henry, and James Crabtree, Warping Mills, 579
  • Naylor, John, Window Fastenings, 355
  • Neall, George, Gas move, 595
  • Neild, Arthur. Jacquard Looms, :;27
  • Neuensch wander, Johannes, Preparing Milk, 313
  • Newington, Samuel, T icehurA, Sussex, Dibbling Apparatus, 651
  • Newman, Allred Lod wick, Separating Fibre, &c., 615
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Raising Water by Atmospheric Pressure, 555
  • Newton, A. V., Supplying Boilers with Water 579
  • Newton, A. V., Breech-loadin:.; Cannons, 579
  • Newton, A. V., Combing Fibrous Substances, 302
  • Newton. A. V., Securing the Plaster of Ceilings, 411
  • Newton, A. V., Sewing Machinery, 579
  • Newton, A. V., Reefing Sails, 616
  • Newton, A. V.. Tufted Pile Fabrics, 616
  • Newton. A. V., Safety Pocket for Coats, &c., 386
  • Newton, A. V., Primers for Flre.artn Cartridges. 479
  • Newton, A. V., Air Engines, 386
  • Newton, A. V., Carding Engines, 566
  • Newton, A. V., Cutting India-rubber, into Threads, &c., 531
  • Newton, A. V.. Reaping and Mowing, 430
  • Newton, A. V., Door Lock, 398
  • Newton, A. V., Life Boat, 371
  • Newton, A. V., Coating Iron with Met%llic Alloys, 686
  • Newton, A. V., Projectiles, 519
  • Newton, A. V., Obtaining Rotary Motion, 930
  • Newton, A. V., Cutting Round Files. 531
  • Newton, A. V., Forging Iron, 686
  • Newton, A. V., Gimlets, Augers, &c., 5GG
  • Newton, A. V., Regulator for Heating Apparatus, no
  • Newton, A. V., Rope Machinery, 398 Newton, A. V., Fountain Pen, 410
  • Newton, A. V., Charges for Shot Pouches, 531
  • Newton, A. V., Repeating Fire-arm, 410
  • Newton, A. V., Phosphoric Acid, 543
  • Newton, A. V., Gaseous Liquid for Generating Motive Power, 595
  • Newton, A. V., Breech-loading Fire-arms, 362
  • Newton, William Edward, Railway Carriages, 198
  • Newton, W. E., Ornamenting Metallic Surfaces, 698
  • Newton, W. E., Riming and Tapping Gas Fittings, 640
  • Newton, W. E., Feonomlsing the Waste Heat of Furnaces, &c., 610
  • Newton, W. E., Cutting Chenille, 502
  • Newton, W. E , Musical Instrument, 167
  • Newton, W. E., Pumps, 519
  • Newton, W. E., Cutting Screws, 502
  • Newton, W. E., Steam-engine Governors, 457
  • Newton, W. E., Sweeping Floors, 610
  • Newton, W. E., Altitude instruments, 467
  • Newton, W. E., Steam Valves, 502
  • Newton, W. E., Obtaining Aluminium, 467
  • Newton, W. E., Generating Illuminating Gas, 467
  • Newton, W. E., Steam-engines, 651
  • Newton, W. E., Centrifugal rump, 676
  • Newton, W. E., Forging, &c., 502
  • Newton, W. E., Spinning Fibrous Substances, 676
  • Newton, W. E., Composing Types, 490
  • Nickels, Christopher, and James Hobson, Weaving, 362
  • Noone, Henry John, Stopping Carriages on Railways, 398
  • Norman, John, Propelling Vessels, 676
  • Norris, Richard Hill, Photography, 531 North, George, Spring Catch, 457
  • Noton, William, Self-acting Mules, 430
  • Noyer, Pierre, Winding up Watches, 490
  • Nourisson, Alfred, Drying and Burning Bricks, 398
  • Ogden, Hells, and Henry Hibbert, Colliery and Locomotive Engines, 699
  • Oldham. William. Cement, 543
  • (They, William Henry, Photographic Impressions, 651
  • Ollis, Thomas, jun., Cutting:Paper, &c., 651
  • Ormerod, George Henry, Bruthing and Cleaning Cotton Fabrics, 386
  • Ormerod, John, Bleaching and Washing Textile Fabrics, 595
  • Orr. John, Pile Fabrics, 676
  • Orrell, Richard, John Cleminson. and Wm. Barraclough. Steam Boilers, 386
  • Ortet, Benoit Frederic, Coating Surfaces, 410
  • Osman, Henry Forfar, Electric Clock, 02
  • Osman, H. F., Distending the Shims of Ladies' Dresses, 627
  • Owen, Edward, Gas and Products of its Manufacture, 479
  • Packman, Frank James Wilson, and Charles Frederick Pike, Gloves, 661
  • Page, Henry, Ornamenting Glass, 410
  • Palmer, Christopher Richard Norris, Signalising Apparatus, &c., 616
  • Palmer, George Holworthy, Furnaces, 479
  • Palmer, John, Separating Seed and Grain, 595
  • Palmer, J., Separating Seed or Grain, 676
  • Palmer, William, Jun., Roof Candle Lamps, 616
  • Papineau, William, Spirits of Wino, 430
  • Parbery, John, Horse Collars, 610
  • Park, Sidney Wesley, and Edgar Stimpson Ellis, Knitting Tubular Ribbed Fabrics, 595
  • Parker, Joseph, Roasting Coffee, &c.. 651.
  • Parnell. Henry Willian, Ships awl Boats, 566
  • Parsons, Perceval Moses, rerinanent %V ay, 362
  • Parsons, William, Washing Woven Fabrics, 374
  • Parsons, Wm., Generating Steam, 616
  • Parsson, William Nehemiah, Rotary Sawing Machine, 615
  • Paterson, John, Paper, 595
  • Patterson. John, Churning, &c., 664
  • Patten, 'William, Suppl)ing Water to Water-closets, 5U:'
  • Pattinson, Hugh Lee, Salts and Oxides of Manganese, 616
  • Paton, Edward, and Charles Frederick Walsh, Fire-arms, 543
  • Paton, William, Railway Wheels, 467
  • ?wiling, Richard Clarke, Buoyancy to Ships, 457
  • Peabody, Francis, Motive Power, 646
  • Pearcy, Richard, Giving Additional Cohesiveness to Fibrous Substances, &c , 651
  • Pellet), Marius, Rendering impermeable by Gus, Cautchouc, Gold-beaten,' skin, &c., 566
  • Pendlebury, John, Bleaching Textile Fabrics, 391
  • Perkin, William Henry, New Colouring Matter for Dyeing, &c., 502
  • Perry, James, Treatment of Mineral Tar, 699 Perry, John, Photography, 519
  • Petrie, William, New Porous Material, 410
  • Petrie, W., Sulphuric Acid, &c., 531
  • Petschler, Helmuth Carl Freidrich Martin, Obtaining Motive Power, &c., 457
  • Peyton, Richard, Metallic Bedsteads, &c.,5S5
  • Pfaltz, AuguAtus, Soap from Rosin, 467
  • Piatti, Giovanni Rattista, Production of Ice, 616
  • Picard, Alexis, Tobacco Pipe, 595
  • Picket', Jdmes, Feed Apparatus of Machines for Thrashing Grain, &c., 555
  • Pidding, William, Piled Fabrics, &c., 531
  • Pierce, John Caleb Hall, Glass Chandeliers, &c., 398
  • Pietroni, Carlo. Printing on Cloth. 374
  • Pigott, Henry, Hats, 374
  • Pigott, H., Hats, 410
  • Pilliner, Frederick James, Clasps for Waidt. bands, &c., 398
  • Pitman, John Talbot, Using Electric Current for Telegraphic Purposes, Sce., 374
  • Pitman, J. T., ltepeating Fire-arm.. 513
  • riatt, James, and John Whitehead, Brick Machinery, 386
  • Platt, Joseph, Door Knockers, 457
  • Pluminer, \Villiam Frederiek,GrindiagGrain, &c., 502
  • Plummer, W. F., Preparing 11 and Wheat, &c., 535
  • Pollock, William, Ornamental Fabrics, 371
  • Pontifex, Edmund Alfred, and George Henry Ogstml, Tartaric and Citric Acids, 616
  • Pope, Abraham, Steel, 374
  • Pope, John, Steam Power to Ploughing, &c., 41U
  • Pope, J., Cultivating Hop Plant, 512
  • Porecky, Alexander, Lucifer Boxes, 651
  • Porter, John Francis, Bricks, &c., 627
  • Porter, William, Grinding Cements, &c., 651
  • Portue, John, Wheeled Carriages, 316
  • Potts, id'ordinand, Tags for Stays, &c., 457
  • Potts, George Chappell, Cleaning Casks, 627
  • Preller, Charles Augustus, Preparing Skins, &c., 386
  • Preston, Walmeley, Paper Hangings_y 595
  • Preux, Armand Eugene, 'Warming Vehicles, 362
  • Prevot, Pierre Charles, Railway Break, 430
  • Priest, Alfred, and William Woolnougb, Horse Shoes, 479
  • Paul, Prince, Casting Railway Chairs, &c., 410
  • Prost, Victor Frederic Antoine, Weavitig, &c., 566
  • Pye, George, Preparing Silk, 374
  • Pye, G., Treating and Bleaching Cotton, 661
  • Quentin, Charles Louis Henry, Artificial Millstones, 393
  • fluster, William, Regulating the Supply of Gas, M9
  • Ragon, Adolphe Ernest, Indicating Speed of Ship:i, 640
  • Ramie, Charles William, Permanent Way, 595
  • Rammel, Thomas Webster, Railways, and Propelling Carriages thereon, 5:i5
  • Ramsden, John Carter, Looms for Weaving, 691
  • Winsome, Frederick, Artificial Stone, &c., 595
  • Ransome, Frederick, Artificial Fuel, 566
  • Rassant, Vierre lieauplant, Changing Motion, 410
  • Rawson, John, Lubricators, 699
  • Reed, Jane Elizabeth, Compound for the Cure of Asthma, Consumption, &c., 616
  • Reeder, Ralph, Chronometer Compass, 531
  • Reeve,., Robert, Sowing Seeds and Manure, &c., 467
  • Reid, Archibald, Treating Iron, &c., 65i
  • Reid, Archibald, and Charles O'Neii, Treating Metallic Ores, &c., 664
  • Reid, Archibald Lockhart, Devices on Textile Fabrics, 490
  • Reid, Robert, Treatment of Lubricating Oils, 386
  • Remington, Henry, Cooking Apparatus, 457
  • Renault, Victor, Regulating the Steam from Locomotive Cylinders, 579
  • Renshaw, Charles, Squeezing Rollers, &c. 566
  • Rennie, William, Jun., Condensing Apparatus of Steam Engines, 595
  • Renshaw, Joseph, Cutting the Pile of Velvets, &c., 595
  • Restell, Thomas, Breech-loading Fire Arms, 531
  • Rhodes, Josiah, Reducing Vegetable Substances to a Pulpous State, 490
  • Riant, Leon Germain, Preparing Whalebone, &c., 6t16
  • Richardson, Robert, and Jonathan Edwin Billups, Permanent Way, 430
  • Richardson, Thomas C., Process for Procuring the Sulpho-Saccharate of Simarubine, 490
  • Rider, Emory, Treatment of Gutta Percha, 698
  • Riley, George, Refrigerator, 374
  • Riley, George, Treating Maize for Distilling, 513
  • Ritchie, George, Boots and Shoes, 467
  • Robert, Alexandre, Treating Copper and other Refractory Metallic Ores, 543
  • Roberts, John, Stoppering Jars, &c., 531
  • Roberts, John, and James Beech, Railway Chair, 555
  • Roberts, Samuel, Regulating the Supply of Steam to Engines, Itc , 503
  • Roberts, Thomas, John Dale, and John Daniell Pritchard, Obtaining and Purifying Oxalate of Soda, &e., 676
  • Robertson, William, Spinning and Doubling Cotton, 410
  • Robinson, Henry, Mechanism for the Conveyance of Weights, 467
  • Robinson, John Blythe, Agricultural Operations, 543
  • Robinson, Nathan, John Lister, and henry Stephenson, Looms, 664
  • Robinson, Richard, Finishing Yarns, 627
  • Robson, Samuel Sinclair, Railway Carriage Breaks, &c., 374
  • Roger Robert, Cultivation of Land, 374
  • Rogers, k,benezer, and Herbert Mackworth, Cooking Apparatus, 386
  • Rogers, Ebenezer, Decomposition and Combustion of Fuel, 616
  • Rohead, John, Hats, 386
  • Roseow,; John, Cutting or Rasping Dry Woods, 595
  • Ross, Robert Cralb, Paddle Wheels, 566
  • Rothenhoim, Sigmund, Walking Stick Plpe, 686
  • Bothwell, John, Preparation to Promote the Combustion of Coke, Coal, &c„ 566
  • Roussen, Jean Baptiste HonorC de, Washing Ores, 655
  • Routledge, Thomas, Manufacture of Half Stuff and Paper, 467
  • Rowand, Alexander, Gunpowder Cases, 555
  • Rowley, John, Substitute for Leather, 410
  • Roy, Eugene Arinand, John Archibald Hall, and William Thomas Binns, Means of Insuring Draught in Chimneys, 531
  • Ruck, William Denny.,, and Victor Touche, Paper from Fibres, 4
  • Russell, Frederic William, Coupling Railway Carriages, 410
  • Russell, John James, and Joseph Bennett Howell, Cast Steel Tubes, 566
  • Russell, Samuel, Teapot Handles, Knobs, &c., 640
  • Russell, Samuel, Scissors and Shears, G86
  • Ryder, James, and Daniel Bentley, Folding and Measuring Fabrics, 430
  • Sahatier, Etienne, Permanent NVay, 566
  • Smiler, John, Josiah Green, and Thomas Davis, Hinges, 362
  • Sagar, Thomas, and Christopher Turner, Power Looms, 512
  • Salt, Edwin, Paper-cutting Machine, 676
  • Salt, George, Weaving Carpets, 676
  • Salt, Thomas Glutton, Coating Surfaces of Cast Iron, 610
  • Salter, Roger George, Stamping Letters, 6c.c., 595
  • Sampson, George, Finishing Fabrics, 398
  • Sanders, Frederick George, Ornamental tiler, bricks, &c., 356
  • Sands, Alexander, Signaling, 410
  • Saul, Dan, and Peter Williams, Spinning and Doubling Cotton, tkc , 664
  • Saunders, Joseph M., Cooking Ranges, 698 61)04,
  • Stephen Martin, Ascertaining the Errors of Mariners' Compasses, 410
  • Saxby, John, Working simultaneously the Poilit.4 and Signals of Railways, 374
  • Sayer, George William, Stopping Railway Carriages, 555
  • Sapp)°, Carlo, Bearin:,, &c., 566
  • Seariano, Basllo, and Raphael Paul de Villa_ mil, Setting out the Forms of Garments, 356
  • Schafer, Philipp, and Frederick Schafer, Desk Handles, Scc., 640
  • Scartliii, John Robinson, Alarum, 699
  • Scheller, Theolilo, Motive Power, 356
  • Scheller, Friedrich Heinrich Rudolf, Illuminating Gas, 513
  • Sclietirmann, Gnstan, Printing Music, 595
  • Schmidt, William, and Edward Schmidt, Balance for Weighing, 430
  • Schwartz, Theodore, Brick, 362
  • Schroder, Carl Heinrich, Rotary Engine, &e., 543
  • Scott, Thomas, Cooking, 502
  • Scott, Ebenezer Erskinv, Stereoscopes, 610
  • Seed, William, and William Ryder, tilubbing Machinery, Sce., 640
  • Seed, William, Lap Machines, 362
  • Sees, John ltAndolph, ileatini; Water for Boilers, 519
  • Seithen, Anton Bruno, Cutting Cork, &c., 640
  • Sellers, William Bush, and Abraham Sellers, Pencil-cases, 535
  • Sexton, Joseph, Caustic Holders, &c., 640
  • Seymour, Ebenezer, Fiirilacc”', 43U 8banks, Andrew, Drilling and Cutting Metals, &c., 386
  • Sharp, George, and William Elder, Steam Hammers, &c., 686
  • Sharp, Thomas Beatt, and Joseph Anthony Collett, Locomotive Engine., 664
  • Sharp, William Heap Demus, and George Knowles, Furnaces, 566
  • Sharpley, Caleb Perry, Paddle-wheels, 386 Shaw, John, Food of Cattle, 616
  • Shaw, John, and Edwin Shaw, Pianofortes, Organs, &c., 640
  • Shaw, Robert, Preparing and Spinning Cotton, bic., 398
  • Sherar, John, Oil and Spirit Lamps, &c., 553
  • Short, Seweli, !torso-shoes, 410
  • Siemens, Charles William, Fluid Meters, 698
  • Siemens, C. W., Electric Telegraphs, 542
  • Siemens, Frederick, Furnace&, 686
  • Sievier, Robert William, Treating Saccharine Juices, 640
  • Sievier, Robert William, Preserving Wood, 457
  • Silvester, John, Motive Power, 579
  • Silvy, Henry Joseph Marie Edouard, and Amedee Anne Henry Piagniol, Harness, 627
  • Simons, Francis Constable, Rifling the Barrels of Fire-arms, &c., 457
  • Simpson, Edmund, Safety Cage fur Mines, 6tc., 502
  • Simpson, Ethl nrd Thornhill, soap, 610
  • Simpson, James, and Henry bpviicer, Luhm i_ caring Engineb, 627
  • Simpson, Frederick, Stopping Bottles, 430
  • Simpson, James Young, and Wyville Thomson, Lubricating Oil, 374
  • Sinclair, James Coul, Treating Agricultural Produce, &c., 640
  • Sico, Antoine Dominique, Railway Brakes, 467
  • Skinner, Charles Richard, Tanning Leather, &c., 502
  • Slater, George, John Williams, and Septimus Whitaker, P.twer Looms, 503
  • Sloper, Bevan George, Freezing, Refrigera. ting, &c., 386
  • Smile, James, Printing Designs on Glass, 555
  • Smith, Andrew, and William Smith, Delineating Ornamental Figures, 479
  • Smith, Henry, Harrows, 398
  • Smith, John, Heating Water for Boilers, 616
  • Smith, John, and Enoch Harrison, Warping and Beaming, 430
  • Smith, John Burns, Preparing, Spinning, and TwIsUng Cotton, &c., 502
  • Smith, Peter, and Thomas Irvine, Masts, Yards, and Rigging of Ships, 651
  • Smith, Spencer, Furnaces, 616
  • Smith, Stephen Randoll, Anchors, 699
  • Smith, Thomas, Horse-rakes, 394
  • Smith, Thomas Briggs, Permanent Way, &c., 615
  • Smith, William, Destruction of Insects, 519
  • Smith, W., Water Level and Pressure hll. cators, &c., 627
  • Smith, W., Sewing Cloth, 651
  • Smith, V., Compound Whistle, 542
  • Smith, William, and Nathaniel Fortescue Taylor, Measuring Gas. 566
  • Somerville, James, Weaving, 651
  • Sourbuts, Henry Turner, Taps or Valves, 686.
  • Spence, William, Manufacture of Silk, &c., 631
  • Spencer, George, Couplings of Feed Pipes, 519
  • Spill, Daniel, Purifying Spirits of Tar, &c., 36g
  • Spiller, Edmund Pim? Chamber Lamps, 531
  • Bpilsbury, Francis Gibbon, Soda and Alum, 362
  • Spittle, William Frederick, Braiding Machinery, 386
  • Spittle, W. F., Spindle for Plaiting Machines, 543
  • Stanley, John, Cranes, and transmitting power to thein, 651
  • etatham, Samuel, and Edward Orange Wildman Whitehouse, Electric Telegraphs, 439
  • Stenhouse, John, Decolourising Material, &c.. 362
  • Stephen, John, Boilers and Furnaces, 616
  • Stephens, John, Pipes for Smoking, 479
  • Sterlingue, Etienne, Tanning, &c., 502
  • Stevens, George Henry, and Robert Fitch, Locking and Unlocking Jars, &c., 6M
  • Stewart, Robert, Cutting Stone, &c., 457
  • Stocks, Samuel, Reaping Machines, 502
  • Stone, Josiah, Force Pumps, 640
  • Stone?, William, Damping Sheets of Paper, LO2
  • Stones, W., Sizing Paper, 651
  • Stopperton, John, Propelling Vessels, 490
  • Stott, Benjamin, Preparing and Spinning Cotton, &c., 640
  • Stott, George Louis, Purifying Gas, 362
  • Stratford, Benjamin O'Neale, JErial Navigation, &c , 531
  • Struthers,' Robert, Transmitting Motive Power, C27
  • Stuart, Laban Clarke, Drying Sized Paper, 698
  • Stuart, L. C., Reducing Fibres to Pulp, 698
  • Sturges, Richard Ford, Rollers for Printing Fabrics, 616
  • Sumner, Richard, Poser Looms, 595
  • Sutcliffe, Joseph, and James Leech, Preparing Cotton, Wool, sc., 362
  • Sutherland, John, Railway Brake, 664
  • Sutton, Edwin, Stereoscope, 502
  • Sutton, Daniel, Cast-iron Cooking Kettles, &c., 531
  • Symington, Andrew, Drying Yarns, .fie., 364
  • Symone, Alexander, and Edward Burgess, &c., 479
  • Taberner, John Loude, Smelting Ores, 531
  • Taylor, John, Vessel or containing Chemicals, &c., 374
  • Taylor, John, Building Walls 513
  • Taylor, John George, Pencil daises, 686
  • Taylor, John Horace, and Philip Alarcus, Irons for Ironing, 699
  • Taylor, John George, Couplings, &c , 566
  • Taylor, William, Conversion of Cast-iron into Steel, &c., 555
  • Tearne, Samuel, and George William Richmond, Ornamental Designs, &c., 64U
  • Templeton, Archibald, and John Lawson, Pile Fabrics, 631
  • Terry, Alexander Robert, Sawing Wood, 676
  • Thom, David, and Georgo Aldcroft Phillips, Soap, 566
  • Thom, 1)., and G. A. Phillips, Soap Frames', 566
  • Thomas, Evan, Counting Apparatus, for Ascertaining Rotations made by Shafts, &c., 490
  • Thomas, George Cnmming, Steel, 531
  • Thompson, Arthur James, Gum Pot and Brush, &c., 627
  • Thompson, Henry, and Thos. Curtis, Healds or Heddles, 616
  • Thomson, George, Cutting Wood, &c., 627
  • Thornett, John, Gas Bunnies, 699
  • Thwaites, John Hall Brock, Screw-bolt for Ship-building and other purposes, 698
  • Tilghman, Richard Albert, Hydro Extractors, 407
  • Tillett, George, Bedsteads, 362
  • Tiseot, Camille kiwuste, Motive Power, 698
  • Titterton, Charles, Zinc and Zinc White, 651
  • Todd, William and Jacob, Power Looms, 595
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre, Pocket Umbrella, 467
  • Tombs, Edward, Screw Propelling, 616
  • Tooth, Alfred, Bleaching Malt, 616
  • Tooth, Charles, Filling Casks, &c., 68G
  • Toraess, Constantine John Baptist, Calculating the Speed of Vessels, &c., 610
  • Torassa, C. J. B., Motive Power, 467
  • Town:-end, Matthew, Machinery for the Manufacture of Knitted Fabrics, 698
  • Tranter, W illiam, Fire-arms, 3U2
  • Travis, Edwin, and Joseph Louis Casartelli, Lubricating Quality of Oils, &., 386
  • Travis, E., and J. L. Casarteili, Steam-engines, 398
  • Treeby, Thomas Wright Gardener, Forming Sewers or Tunnels, 651
  • Trottler, Henri Etienne, Portable Bath, 531
  • Truesdell, Lucius E., Weight-distributing Bridges, 543
  • Tucker, Edward, Preparing and Drying Glue, &c., 676
  • Tucker, Walter Henry, Locke and Latches, 362
  • Turner, Archibald, Elastic Fabrics, 686
  • Turner, A., and Luke Turner, Elastic Fabrics, 616
  • Turner, Henry, Cutting Hides, &c., 430
  • Turner, 1Vi11iau., George Hulmo, and Henry Blackburn, Carding Engines, Ilrc., 362
  • T)therleigh, William, Cy finders for Printing Fabrics, 490
  • Underwood, John, and Frederic Valentine Burt, Copying Inks, 651
  • Unwin, Philip, and John Unwin, Pen and Pocket-knives, 362
  • Urion, Louis, Match Boxes or Holders, 640
  • Urion, Louis, Matches and Retch Boxes, 651
  • Vanell, George William, Troughs and Mangers, 616
  • Vasserot, Charles Frederic, Cutting Nuts, Screws, &c., 467
  • Vasserot, Charles Frederic, Filtering Water, 555
  • Vaughan, Charles, and William James Vaughan, and Richard Vaughan, Strars or Bands, 651
  • Vaughan, James Stuart, Apparatus for Making Infusions, 555
  • Ventre, Emile, Carton or Box, 374
  • Verdeil, Francois Auguste, Green Colouring Matter from Artichokes, &c., 374
  • Verenes, Maurice, Electro-Galvanic Machines, 457
  • Vertue, George Julius, Deodorising Sewage, 698
  • Vicars, Thomag, sen., Thomas Vicars, jun., Thomas Ashmore, and James Smith, Confectionary, 699
  • Vilcoq, Blanche Palmire Mosqueron, widow, Lamp-oil, 610
  • Vincenzi, Eugenio, Jacquard Machines, 386
  • Vion, Charles, Metall.c Moulds, 566
  • Vivian, Richard Williams, Economising Fuel, 519
  • Vivian, Henry Hussey, Bernhardt Gustav Herrmann, and William Morgan, Manufacture of Copper, &c., 374
  • Vuitton, Louis Joseph Victor, Consuming Smoke, 651
  • Wadsworth, J AMC!, Ventilation of Mine*, 519
  • Wagner, Henry, Beds and Mattresses, 302
  • Walker, George, and James Scrinigeor, Spinning Frames, 467
  • Walker, Robert, jun., Ascertaining the Draught of Water of Ships, 513
  • Walker, Thomas, Steam Engines, 651 Walker, Peter, Brewing, 698
  • Wallace, Thomas, Wheels, Axles, and Axle Boxes, 555
  • Waller, Henry, Vessels for Manufacturing Cheese, 386
  • Walley, John, Preventing Explosions, 627 Walton, Frederick, Brushes, 627
  • Ward, James Noble, Self priming Fire Arms, 595
  • Ward, Peter, Composition for Coating Bottoms of Ships, 616
  • Ward, William, Woven Fabric, 593
  • Warne, John, Beer Engines, 64,1
  • Warren, James, John Jones, and Benjamin Crowther, Churn, 430
  • Warriner George, Preserving and Deodorising Compounds, 566
  • Watkins, George bradshaw, Obtaining infusions, 410
  • Watson, Alfred, and Alfred Ilaml)n Williams, Top for Scent Bottles, 676
  • Watson, George, and Cornelius Satterth waife, Fire Lighters, 67';
  • Watson, Henry, and John Dixon, Cocks and Valves, 593
  • Watson, John, and Charles Frederic Halle, Spinning Fibrous Materials, 54'
  • Watson, Thomas, Beer Engine, 531
  • Watson, William Caswell, Sewing Machines, 595
  • Watt, William, Starch, 411
  • Watt, W., Preparing Grain for Fermentation, &c., 479
  • Way, John Tho'ras, Obtaining Light by Elec'ricity, 610
  • Webb, William, Reclining Chairs, 519
  • Weber, Lionel, Preventing Dom; being Opened by Pliers, 479
  • Webster, George, and James Webster, Working Slide Valves, 6'7
  • Webster, James, Apparatus for Transmitting Tlydroittatic and Pneumatic Pressure &c., 651
  • Webster, John, Distilling Turpentine, &c., 430
  • Webster, William, Pumps, 457
  • Webster, \V., Steam and Fire Regulator, 457
  • Webster, W., Valve Cock, 490
  • Webster, \V.. Troughs for Feeding Animals, 543
  • Weild, William, Cut Pile Fabrics and Looms, 610
  • Weiin, William, Doubling and Twisting Yarns, Ike , 651
  • Weisskopf, Elias, Artificial Combustible, 457
  • Wells, Joseph Henry George, Pistons, 410
  • Wells, J. O. H., Governors or Regulators, 410
  • Westiy, William King, Heckling, Combing, Fibrous Substances, &c., 610
  • Weatnood, John, Railway Lamps, 410
  • Westwood, William Henry, Thomas Wright, and Edward Wright, Stop or Regulating Valve, 362
  • Wheeler, Joseph, Converting Rotary into Reciprocating Motion, 686
  • White, David, Combustion of Gases, 410
  • White, George, Improved Poultice, 386
  • White, George, Treatment of Grain, to produce Starch and Spirit, 627
  • White, John, Preparing for Spinning Cotton, 8x., 610
  • White, Stephen, Distillation of Oils, from l'etroleum, &c., 543
  • Whitehead, Francis, Producing Devices on Wood, Leather, &c., 595
  • Whitehead, James, Apparatus for Preparing and Spinning Cotton, &c., 570
  • Whitehouse, Edward Orange Wildman, and Joseph Christopher Laws, Tools for Soldering Metals, 616
  • Whitehouse, John, jun., Door Knobs, 430
  • Whitmore, William Richard, blultitubular Boilers, 362
  • Whitaker, Frederic, Supplying Water to Steam Boilers, 627
  • Whittaker, Oldham, and Cyrus Wallwork, Weaving Figured Fabrics, 386
  • Whittaker, Thomas, Washing or Cleansing Fabrics, 479
  • Whittemore, David IL, Paring Fruit, 627
  • Whittle, William, Nail Machinery, 513
  • Wicksteed, Thomas, Separating Sewage Matters, 467
  • Wilcox, Eth‘ard, Pumps, 595
  • Wilcox, Charles Napoleon, Preparation 01 Vegetable Matters for Soaps, &c., 616
  • Wild, Alfred, Loots and Shoes, 386
  • Wiley, William Edivard, Pen-holders, 610
  • Wilkins, William, Bevol% lug Battery or Cannon, 531
  • Wilkinson, William, Castors, 595
  • Wilkinson, Ornamenting Glass, 61.5
  • Williams, iVilliam, Cutting and Dressing Stone, 411
  • Williamson, Alexander William, Rosin and Sugar of Scammony, 410
  • Williamson, John, and James Cochrane Stevenson, Evaporating Saline Solutions, 398
  • Wilson, Edward, Pistons, 410
  • Wilson, George, Power Looms, 610
  • Wilson, George Fergusson, and Alexander Isaac Austen, Soap, 595
  • Wilson, G. F., Rosin Oil, 595
  • Wilson, John, Carriage and Railway Springs, 664
  • Wilson, Joseph, and Charles Wootton, Scrcw Wrench, 555
  • Wilson, Robert, Valves, 531
  • Wilson, Joseph William, Brooms and Brushes, 566
  • Wilson, Richard, Fire-proof Floors and Ceilings, 555
  • Wilson, William, Pulling the Hair from Skins, 362
  • Winterbottom, Robert, kin., Yeast, 566
  • Wood, Henry Walker, Manufacture of Fuel, &c., 467
  • Wood, William, Pile Fabrics, 437
  • Wood W., and Matthew Smith, Cutting the Wires out of Terry Fabrics, 467
  • Wood W., and M. bmith, Looms, 467
  • Woodford W., Prevention of Smoky Chimneys, 627
  • Woodward, Gecrge Gower, Carpets, 566
  • V oofe, Williati', Implement for Paring Land, 6s6
  • Worssam, Samuel, and John Grist, Shaping 'ood, 640
  • Wornum, Alfred Nichohon, Pianofortes, 410
  • Worthington Joseph, Railway Train Signals, 664
  • Worthington, J., Telegraphing on Railway Trains, 686
  • Wright, Alexander, Lighting Mines with Gas, 467
  • Wright, Charles, Lubricating Materials, 490
  • Wright, John Skirrow, Paper or l'apier NlachC and Metal Buttons, 686
  • Wright, Lemuel Wellman, Gas Meters, 579
  • Wright Peter, Anvils, 531
  • Wright, WIliiam, Manufacturing Glass Articles by Pressure, 362
  • Wrigley, Francis, Friction Coupling, 66
  • Wrigley, 'Thomas, Cleaning Cotton Waste for Paper, 457
  • Wyche, Thomas tyre, Disengaging Metals iron' the Matrix, 640

Complete Specifications – List of Names

  • Borland, John Yid), Preparing and Spinning Fibrous Materials, 487
  • Bousfield, George Tomlinson, Flying or Roving Frames, 519
  • Chenot, Alfred Louis Stanislas, and Eugene Charles Adrien 651
  • Chenot, Extracting Substances from Steel Sponges, 386
  • Chenot, A. L. S., and E. C. A. Chenot, Sorting Ores or Separating Metals, 386
  • Chenot, A. L. S., and E. C. A. Chenot, Compressing Metallic Sponges, &c., 386
  • Chenot, A. L. S., and E. C. A. Chenot, Apparatus for the Reduction of Metallic Oxydes, 386
  • Draper, Ebenezer Daggett, and George Draper, Cans for Oiling Machinery, 6s6 651
  • Dumery, Constant Jouffroy, Indicating the Distance travelled by Vehicles, 531
  • Ford, Alfred, Prep. ration of Vulcanised India Rubber in Naphtha or Oil of Turpentine, for ‘Vaterproofing and Coating fir Ships' Bottoms, 374
  • Gilbert. Timothy, Pianoforte Action, 579
  • Green, Charles Edmond, H uts, and Camp Hoepitills, 362
  • Healy, William, Furnaces and Boilers, and Heating Apparatus!, 651
  • Howell, Francis Barber, Machinery for Making Corks, 411
  • Jenkins, Henry, Buckles and Dress-Fasteners, 555
  • Key, Thomas, Knife-Cleaning Machine, 3S6
  • Magnus, Lazarus Simon, Manufacture of Coke, 502
  • Onions, John, Manufacture of Iron, 4:30
  • Poitiers, Edward, New Material for Brooms, &c., 502
  • Radley, William, Machinery for Treating Auriferous and other Rocks, 362
  • Shaw, William Franklin, Burner for the Combustion of Inflammable Gas, 457
  • Thatcher, Robert, Doubling or Spinning Cotton, 430
  • Vignat, Louis, Slide Beater for Looms, 699
  • Wells Joseph Henry George, Windlasses, 595 651
  • Woodman, John, Telegraph Insulator, 467
  • TfctisiOnLee, John, Wheels and Axle-trees, 457

Provisional Protection – Subject Matter (See also Complete Specifications)

  • Acids, Fatty, L. A. de ?dilly, 676
  • Tartaric and Citric. E. A. Pontifex and G. H. Ogston. 616
  • Aerial Navigation. J. B. Justin de, 555
  • B. O'Neale Stratford, 53i 651
  • Agricultural Engines, H. W. Chandler and T. Oliver, 374
  • Implements, T. Lawes, 646
  • Operations, J, B. Robinson, 543
  • Air Door, H. Boycott, GM Engines, A. V. Newton, 336
  • Alcohol, F. F. Clossman, 651
  • Anti-Putrefactive and Disinfectant, J. F. Larnaudes, 595
  • Alarum, J. It. Scartliff, 699
  • Altitude Instruments, W. E. Newton, 467
  • Aluminium, Obtaining. W. E. Newton, 467
  • Anchors, E. Howes, 457
  • S. R. Randoll, b99
  • J. Dickinson, 457
  • Anvils, P. Wright, 531
  • Apparatus Containing an Arrangement of Cards, B. Kisch, 616
  • for Exhibiting Advertisements, A. Mitchell, 467
  • Application of a Root to the Manufacture of Starch, Paper, &c., A. Aubril, 640
  • Applying Locomotive Power to the Working of Inclines, J. B. Mannix, 362
  • Magnetic Action to Combs and Brushes, F M. Herring, 531
  • Oil, &c.. to the Axles of Railway Carriages, J. Barrans. 676
  • Arm Chair Bedstead, Easy Iron, H. Brown and J. Bartlett, 386
  • Articles of Leather, &c., S. Middleton, 640
  • Artificial Combustible, E. Weisskopf, 457
  • Fuel, C. E. Gardissal. 519
  • Limbs, J. Ashman, 457
  • Manure, E. Money, GG4
  • Stone, G. T. Bow:field, 5e6
  • Stone. &c., F. Ransome, 595
  • A Meillet, 362
  • Stone, R. A. Brooman, 479
  • P. A. le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 531
  • Ascertaining the Propelling Force of Gun. powder, T. Austen, 491
  • Counting Apparatus for Ascertaining Rotations made by Shafts, &c., E. I homas, 490
  • Atmospherical Observations, C. Michel and 1. A. Maret, 664
  • Auger, It. A. Brooman, 467
  • Axles, &c., for Carriages on Common Roads, R Emery, 664
  • Axles, Cranked, R. A. Brooman, 651
  • Boxes, and Wheels for Carriages, 1'. Ilcyns, 386
  • Bakery, Mechanical, A. M. J. Eeckman, 664
  • Baking Ovens, J. Koronikolski, 543
  • Ball Cocks, G. Eskholine, and H. Wilkes, 430
  • Blanks for Bank Notes, &c , H. Cunningham, 542
  • Barytes and Strontian, &c , W. Clark, 651
  • Bath, Portable. H. E. Trottier, 531
  • Shower, C. Carey, 519
  • Bearings, &c., C. Sayno, 566
  • Beds and NIattrasses. &c., J. Clark, 457
  • H. Wagner, 302
  • Bedsteads, G. 'Dieu, 362
  • &c., Metallic, M. Bower, It. l'cy ton, and J. W. Downing, 353
  • T. Allen, 616
  • Beer Engines, J. Warne, 640
  • T. Watson, 531
  • Bellows, John Avery. 519
  • Bending Timber, J. Imray, 430
  • Billiard Cues, J. I' Fisher. 430
  • Billies and Mules for Spinning Wool, &c., H. Blackburn, 664
  • Bird Cage, B. Carless, 699
  • Bits for Boring, V. G. Gard, 566
  • Blast Furnaces, F. Levis c, jun., 531
  • for Smelting, E. H. C. Monckton, 531
  • Bleaching, R. A. Broommi, 666
  • and Cleansing Fabrics, A. Hodgkinson, 490
  • Fabrics, J. Fielding, jun., 39S Malt, A. Tooth, 616
  • Textile Fabrics, J. Begg, 593
  • Textile Fabrics, J. Pendlebury, 39R 651
  • 1‘'ashing, &c., Textile Fabrics, J. Armour, 430
  • Blocks and Bricks for Building, J. Briggs, 386
  • Boiling Action in Bleaching, Application of Steam for Producing, G. C. 1. Cranstoun, G. Young, and J. Lovell. 343
  • Boats for Inland Navigation, W. Bishton, 531
  • Lashings, &c., C. Clifford, 362
  • Boilers, J. 13rayshay, 430
  • B. Goodfellow, 661
  • J. B. Howell and N. Harvey, 686
  • Multitubular, \V. It. Whitmore, 362
  • and Furnaces, J, Stephen, 616
  • Bolts, Rivets, &c., L. Bower, 374
  • Bone Mills. R. Burns, 555
  • Bonnets. &c., J. Avery, 627
  • Boots and Shoes, J. Bernard, 651
  • It. A. Broomari, 651
  • C. I: J. Fonrobert, 676
  • G. Ritchie, 467
  • A. Wild, 586
  • Studs for, H. Moora, 69S Boring and Drilling, G. Harvey and A. Harvey. jun., 386
  • Braiding Machinery, W. F. Spittle, 3SG Brakes, Working Railway, E. Guerin, 362
  • A. D. Sisco, 467
  • J. Sutherland, 664
  • A. I)epai, 362
  • W. Johnson. 595
  • Bread. Making. J. Dauglish, 595
  • H. Mege, 362
  • C. Mimic and A. Colson, 374
  • Breaks, Railway, L. D. Jackson and H. Myers, 566
  • J. It. Johnaon, 371
  • P. C. Prevot, 430
  • Actuating, (i. Davies, 555
  • for Rail is ay Carriages, &c., W. Lukyn, 651
  • S. S. Robson, 374
  • Brewing, P. Walker, 698
  • Brick. T. Schwartz, 362
  • J. H. Johnson, 543
  • J. F. Porter, 627
  • and Tile', T. Burst;, 531
  • Machinery. J. Platt and J. NVhitehend. 366
  • Tile, and Pipe Machinery, J. Eccles, 664
  • Bridges, \V eight Distributing Bridges, L. E. Truesdell, 543
  • Bridles and Bits fur Stopping llorses, N. Monnier, 69S 651
  • Brooms and Brushes, W. H. Ludford, 386
  • J. Wilson, :416
  • Brushes, H. H. Fox, 664
  • F. Walton, 626
  • Construction of Tube, C. Moriarty, :;Sr, 651
  • 1)ring and Bricks, B. Notirisson, 398
  • Buckle. S. Ghidglia and I,. Turletti, 531
  • Butting Apparatus, It. Eaton, 676
  • and Drawing Apparatus, J. Gilnon, 686
  • Buildings, It. A. Broornan, 530
  • Muterials, J. Ledge, 362
  • Walls, J. Taylor, 543
  • Buoyancy to Ships, &c , It. C. Pauling, 457
  • Butter, Machinery for Making, W. Clyburn, 696
  • Buttons, A. 1'. N. Loll, 490
  • E. Green, 398
  • W. Griffin and E. Duley, 457 11. J. 111iffe and J. Newman, 430
  • T. Jerome, 410
  • Paper or Papier Mache and Metal, J. S. Wright, 686
  • Calculating the Speed of Vessels, &c., C. J. B. Torussa, 640
  • Caldron and Furnace for Agricultural Purposes, W. S. Clark, 699
  • Candles, E. A. Cowper, 502
  • lloldway, 651
  • Cannon, Francois Julien. 595
  • r:irmons, Breech-loading, A. V. Newton, 579
  • Cannon, Revolving Battery of, W. Wilkins, 531
  • Caoutchouc, Sheet, W. Johnson, 595
  • Capstans and Windlasses, T. Brown, 640
  • Carbonate of Barytes, J. H. Johnson, 3s5
  • Carbonates of Zinc, Iron, and Manganese, W. Gossage, 686
  • Carbonic Acid Gas, P. A. le Comte de Fontainemoreau, 676
  • Curd Case, &c.. R. Morgan, 411
  • Carding Engines, J. Goddard and G. Hulme, 479
  • W. Turner, G. Hulme, and 1-1. Blackburn, 362
  • A. V. Newton, 566
  • Carding and Roving 1 ow, J. Combe, 362
  • Carding Tool, J. Apperly, 490
  • Cards for Carding, W. Horsfull, 566
  • Carpets, &c., W. Akroyd and J. Thompson, 519
  • G. G. Woodward, 5?6
  • Weaving, &c., J. k firth and J. Crabtree, 479
  • Carriages requiring Poles. Hazeldine, 616
  • Carriages and Wagons, R. A. Brooman, 467
  • Carriages, Wheeled, J. Portus, 386
  • Carton or Box, E. Ventre, 374
  • Cartridge, &c., Safety Blasting, G. A.Copeland, 407
  • Cartridges, J. M. Hayes, 531
  • J. J. Kerr, 467
  • Cask Stand, Lever, T. Chandler, 398
  • Casting Mewls, J. t1. Johnson, 502
  • Chairs, &c., Casting Railway, P. Paul, 410
  • Casting Iron, &c., H. Adcock, 410
  • Casting Metals, C. J. L. Feller, 616
  • Casting Metal Tubes, F. Estirant, 561
  • Castors, W. Wilkinson, 595
  • Cast Steel, J B. Howell, 616
  • J. 11. Johnson, 386
  • Cast Steel Tubes, J. J. Russell and J. B. Howell, 566
  • Caustic Holders, &c., J. Sexton, 610
  • Cement, C. D. Gardissal, 5T9
  • G. Holcroft and P. Johnson, 46T W. Oldham, 543
  • Cementing Surfaces of Glass, &c., L Cornides, 398
  • Chaff-cutting, J. Gibbon, 640
  • Chain Links, Buckles, &.c., G. J. Farmer, 502
  • Chain Wheels for Raising and Lowering ‘Veights, S. Baxter, 627
  • Chair, Nursery, E. J. Emmons, 685
  • Chairs, Reclining, W. Webb, 519
  • Chamber Lamps, E. P. Spiller, 531
  • Changing Motion, P. A. Bassani, 410
  • Charcoal Blacking, Coal Dust, &c., for Founders, A. Archer, 531
  • Charcoal Powder, J. E. A. Gwynne. 627
  • Charges for Shot Pouches, A. V. Newton, 531
  • Cheese. Vessels for Manufacturing, H.Waller. 386
  • Child's Cot, G. L. Molesworth, 374
  • Children's Toy, A. E. Huart, 664
  • Chimneys, J. Billing, 664
  • Chimney Cans, J. Grieve, 664
  • Chlorine, F. D. Monody 543
  • Churn, J. Warren, J. Jones, and B. Crowther, 430
  • Churns, W. S. Clark, 640
  • Churning, &c., J. Patterson, 664
  • Cigars, E. P. Chevalier, 467
  • Chronometer Compass, It. Reeder, 531
  • Clarification, kic of Cotton-seed Oil, C. Briqueler, 627
  • Clasps for Waistbands, &c., F. J. Pilliner. 398
  • Clasp-board to hold Documents, W. Kopke, 640
  • Cleaning and Carding Cotton, J. H. Johnson, 398
  • Cleaning Casks, G. C. Potts. 627
  • Cleaning Cotton Waste for Paper. T. Wrigley, 457
  • Cleansing the Soot from Chimneys, W. Mills, 627
  • Cleansing Textile Substances, &c., L. Dartols, 676
  • Cleacsing and Finishing of Textile Fabrics, J. Aikman, 386
  • Clod Crushers and Press AVbeel Rollers, W. C. Cambridge, 398
  • Closing Doors, Applying Springs, &c., for, G. F. iiipkins and J. Britten, 430
  • Cloth Beams for Beetles, J. Musgrave, 698
  • Cloth, Sewing, W. Smith, 651
  • Coal Gas, Manufacture of, %V. Gossage, 616
  • Composition for Coating Bottoms of Ships, P. Ward, 616
  • Coating Iron with Metallic Alloys, A. V. Newton, 6S6
  • Coating Metal, &c.. D. Fisher, 410
  • Composition for Coating Metallic Surfaces. M. A. F. Mennons, 502
  • Coating Metallic Surfaces, IL D. Atkinson, 6.1
  • Coating Sur faces, S. Calley, 566
  • Coating Surfaces of Cast iron, '1'. C. SAD, 610
  • Coating, Surface Mineral, J. McInnes, 616
  • Coats, J. Allen, 595
  • Cocks, Steam, 11. Cartwright, 371
  • Cocks and Taps, &c., J. Derbyshire, 47
  • Cocks and Valves, H. Watson and J. Dixon, 595
  • Coffee Roasters, E. Burwell. 698
  • Cohesiveness to Fibrous Substances, Giving Additional, &c., R. Pearcy, 631 651
  • Colouring Matter, t,reen, from Artichokes, &c., F. A. Verdeil, 374
  • Colouring Substance, Obtaining, from Vege. table Dye-stuffs, J. Iliggin, 6S6 651
  • Colouring Matter, New, for Dyeing, &c., W H. Perkin, 502
  • Colours from Metals, &c., Obtaining, L. Ador and E. A bradie. 616
  • Colours fur Printing, H. N. D. Bardot, 6S6 651
  • Combing Fibrous substances, A. V. Newton, .502
  • Combing, Heckling, Fibrous Substances, &c., W. K. Westly, 6-10
  • Combing Wool, Hair, &.e W. Hargreaves, 490 651
  • Combining Gutta Percha with Asphalte or Pitch, C. Goodyear, 531
  • Combustion of Coal, Coke, &c., Preparation to Promote the, J. Rothwell, 566 651
  • Combustion of Gases, 1). White, 410
  • Compass, Mechanical and Magnetic, N. D. MaiBard, 479
  • Compasses, Mariners', C. Kline, 555 Composing Types, W . E. Newton, 490 651
  • Composing and Distributing Type, Machines fur, I. Delcambre, 616
  • Compound for the Cure of Asthma, Consumption, &c., J. E. Reed, 616
  • Compressing Machine, T. King, 595
  • Concentrating Colouring Matter, E. J. Hughes, 610
  • Condensing Apparatus of Steam Engines, W. Rennie, jun., 595
  • Condensing Gases Generated in Furnaces, J. Harris, -190
  • Condensing Vapours, Fumes, Gases, &c., E. S. Atkinson, 69S 651
  • Condensing Wool, Cotton, &c., J. Apperly and W. Clissold, 661
  • Conical Tubes, J. Hamilton, jun., 430 Consuming Smoke, D. Foxwell, 595
  • L J. V. Vuitton, 651
  • Consuming Smoke, &c., Furnaces for, J. Miller, 374
  • Consuming and Condensing Smoke, Scc., J. W. Clare, (J76
  • Consumption of Smoke, T. Flocktou, 616 11. Dubs and J. Evans, 49U Consuming Smoke in Lamps and Gas Burners, J. H. Johnson, 411
  • Confectionary, A. Keiller, 3'6
  • sen., T. Vicars, jun , T. Ashmore, and J. Smith, 64.)9
  • Confectionary Machinery, E. Eaborn and M. Rubinson, 457
  • Connecting and Securing the Ends of ltailc, W. IL Barlow and W. H. Woodhouse, 362
  • Conversion of Cast-iron into Steel, .kc., W. Taylor, .");..5
  • Conveyance of Weights, Mechanism for the, H. Robinson. 467
  • Cooking, T Scott, .502
  • Cooking Apparutus, 11. Remington, 157
  • J. Green, 616
  • E. Rogers and H. filackworth, 386
  • Cooking Ranges, J. M. Saunders, 698
  • Copper, &c.. Manufacture of, 11. H. Vivian, B. (i. Herrmann, and V. Morgan, 374
  • Copying lnk., J. Underwood and F. V. Burt, 651
  • Copying Letters, G. Davie', .167
  • Comilig Press, H. F. Forbes, 640
  • Corking and Uncorking Bottles, J. Denis, 698
  • Corks and Bungs, L. Blackstone, 39ti Corn Mills, T. Marples, 479
  • Corrugating Iron, J. le Cappelain, 362
  • Corn, W. Brooke., 562
  • Cotton, &c., Cleaning and Preparing, J. Ford and P. Knowles, 411
  • Cotton, sc., Double-grtdded Machine for reatin,g, S. Harddcrv, 4 I 41
  • Cotton, Treating and Bleaching, a. Pye, 661
  • Cotton, Wool, &c., Preparing, J. Apperly, 531
  • Cotton, Sc., Preparing and Roving, J. Lamb, 531
  • Cotton, &c., Preparing and Spinning, lt. Shaw, 398
  • Cotton, &c., Preparing for Spinning, J. White, 040
  • Cotton, &c., Machinery for Opening, Scutching, and Preparing, E. Lord, '1'. Lord, A. Lord, :Ind W. Lord, 457
  • Cotton, &c., Spinning and Doubling, 1). Saul and P. Williams, 064
  • Couplingg, &c., J. (; Taylor, 506
  • Couplings of Feed Pipes, G. Spencer, 519
  • Coupling, Friction, F. IV rigley, 566
  • Coupling Railway Carriages, F. W. Russell, .110
  • Crampon to Prevent Horses Slipping, J. Anelli, 531
  • Crane, J. George, 616
  • Cranes, D. Cameron, 430
  • Cranes, Sm., Weighing, J. Fletcher and W. Fletcher, 531
  • Cranes, and Tr immitting Power to them, J. Stanley, (MI Cultivation of Land, R Roger, 371
  • Cutting Chenille, W . E. Newton, 502
  • Cutting Cork, &c., A. B. Seithen, 610
  • Cutting Hides, 6a.c., H. Turner, .130
  • Cutting India-rubber into Threads, &c., A. V. Newton, 531
  • Cutting Paper, Ste., T. 011is, jun., 051
  • Cutting (Paper) Machine, E. Salt, 676
  • Cutting Nuts, Screws, Re , C. F. Vasserot, 407
  • Cutting and Folding Paper, J H. Johnson, WM Cutting Round Files, A. V. Newton, 531
  • Cutting Staves, &c., T. S. Cressev, 595
  • Cutting Stone, James Earl of Caithness, 519
  • Cutting Stone, &c., It Stewart, It. A. Brooman, 651
  • Cutting and Dressing Stone, W. Willi-ims, 411
  • Cutting and Shaping Metal', W. K. Hall. 698
  • Cutting the Pile of Velvets, &c., J. Renshaw, 595
  • Cutting \Vood, Ste., O. Thomson, 627
  • II. Diekie, 519
  • W. Jeffrey, 616
  • Cutting Wood and Stone, W. Ilolroyd and W. Noble, 410
  • Cutting or Rasping Dry Woods, J. Moscow, 595
  • Cutting and wily:. J. Fos,z, 31S Cylinders for Printing F'.tbi its, W. Tyther. leigh, 901
  • Damping and Affixing Adhesive Stamps, &c. J. Cbinsso, 026
  • Paper for Printing, F. A. Magnay atia It R. Whitehead, 616
  • Paper for Printing, F. A. *minty, 064 sheets of Paper, W. Stones, 50'2 Deeolorising Material, Sc , .1 Stenhouse, 362 Delineating Ornamental Figures, A. Smith and W. Smith, 479
  • Delivery of Coals, T. Horrex, 565
  • Deodorising Sewage, O. J. Venue, 698 Derricks for Raising Sunken Ships, A. D. Bishop, 543
  • Designs Ornamental, Sm., S. Tearne sad G. W. Richmond, 640
  • Destroying Grubs, tic., E. H. C. Monekton, 410
  • Destruction of insec's, W. Smith, 519 Dibbling Apparatus, S. Newington, 651 Diminishing the Production of Smoke in Fireplaces, Sc., T. Holmes and'!'. Aspinall, 566
  • Dining Table Expander, J. Fairclough, 362 DiAconneeting and Raising Screw Propellers, (i. A. Lewis, 531
  • Disengaging Metals from the Matrix, '1'. E. Wyche, 640
  • Distending Articles of Dress, C. A met, 457 Distillation of Oils from Petroleutn, &c., S. White, 543
  • Treating Maize for, G. Riley, 543 Turpentine, Sc., J. Webster, 430
  • Door Fastener, W. cierse, 479
  • Knobs, J. Whitehouse, on., 430
  • Springs, L. A. Man tin. 627
  • Doubling and Twisting Yarns, Sc., W. Weill', 651
  • Draught in Chimneys' Means of Insuring, E. A. Roy, J. A. Hall, and IV . '1'. Binns, 531
  • Drawing Wire and Tubes, S. Fox, 676 Dress Fastenings, N: Brougb, 027
  • Dressing Flour, ac,, A. Dunlop, 615
  • Dressing and Cleaning Wheat, J. Birkin, 640 and Finishing Threads, J. Hacking, 664 Waste Silk, P. Fairburn and it. Newton, 640
  • Drilling and Boring, T. J. Chipp and R. Bit. mend. 519
  • Drilling and Cutting Metals, &c., A. Shanks, 386
  • Driving Bands, J. Hague, 374
  • Belts, James, Earl of Caithness, 070
  • Straps, (i. Bousfleld, 457
  • Drying Air, ac., H. Bragg, 430
  • H. Bragg, jun., 185
  • Apparatus, 'I'. Gray, 627
  • Burning, and Cooling !tricks' Tiles, &c., A. E. L. Bellford, 386, 696
  • and Calcining Vegetable and other Substances, J. Longbottom, 686
  • Grain, se., W. Benson, 640
  • Heating, and Ventilating, C. Hunter, 651
  • Sized Paper, L. C. Stuart, 698
  • and %Varmint:, Intercepting Smoke and Gases for, it. Hasard, 593
  • Dye for Wools, 11. A Broomall, 698
  • Dyeing, P. A. Gritty, 502, 595
  • Articles of Pearl, Bone, . , O. W. Barrntt, .595
  • Silks, fkc.. Machinery for, J. F. Deshayes, 616
  • Animal and Vegetable Substances, Stc , J. Lillie and A. Dobson, 099
  • Dynamometer, J. Lives, 362
  • Eccentrics of Steam Engines A. Ma.y. 051 Economising Fuel, It. W. Vilian, 519
  • the Waste Heat of Furnaces, ac., W. E. Newton, 040
  • Electric Clocks, C. L. Detouche and J. J. E. It. Houdln, jun., 457
  • Clock', It. Van Hees, 555
  • Clock, H. F. Osman, 002
  • Current for Telegraphic Purposes, Sic., Using, .1. T. Pitman, 374
  • Lamp, J. Lacabsagne and It. Tillers, 010
  • Telegraph, J. L. Clark, 680
  • Telegraph, II. B. Ellison, 457
  • Telegraphs, W . 11. Burnett. 398
  • Telegraphs, W. T. Ilenley, 070
  • Telegraph, T John, 027
  • Telegraphs, C W. Siemens, 542 Telegraphs. S. Statham and E. O. W. Whitehouse, 430
  • Telegraphs, J. It. Franee, 616
  • Electro• Galvanic Machine, M. Vergur', 457 Motive Engine, P. A. le Comte de Fon-tainemorean. 479
  • Einbroidering, lt. A. Brooman, 686
  • Machine, N. P. J 004
  • Engines, S. F. Iterthier, 407
  • Colliery and Locomotive, II. °plea and H. 111hbert, 699
  • Mechani‘m connected with, E. It. 'laudcock, 374
  • Etching or Lograviug, J. M. (oilbert, C);()
  • Erma% ing, Scc., Mill and other, J. Barber, 543 Envelopes, &c., S. Bremner, 595
  • Making, J. Keith, 467
  • Escapements for Chronometers, G. Morton, 616
  • Evaporating, J. X, Crockett, 430
  • Saline Solutions, J. W illiamson and J. C. Ste enson, 398
  • Extracting Colour Matters, Machinery for, L. B. 1° Kerd)ke, 698
  • Gold and Slicer, S.'1'. Jones and J. Harrls, 374
  • Liquids, &c., J. M. Letestu, 398 Extraction of Metals, P. A. Godefroy, 490 Extracting 04, J. Elves, 362
  • Oil and Grease separately from Suds used in Washing Flannel, ,cc., L. Home and J, Schofield, 302
  • Fabric Feed Cloths or Aprons, J. Apperly, 698
  • To be used in Printing, J. Kenyon and it Kenyon, 374
  • Woven, W. Ward, 395
  • Fabrics, E. Helmsley. 479
  • Elastic, A. Turner, 686
  • Elastic, A. Turner and L. Turner, 616
  • Felted, II. A Broom!), 651
  • Looped, G. Blair. 616
  • Ornamenuil, W. Pollock. 374
  • Pile, A. Templeton and J. Lawson, 651
  • Piled, G. Collier, 016
  • Pile, J. Orr, 676
  • Pile, W . Wood, 457
  • Pile, &c , J. Lawson. 640
  • Pile, sc., W. Pidding, 531
  • Pile or Nap. S. Buttowley and J. W. Crossley, 595
  • Textile, J. Marsh and J. Catt, 410
  • Tufted Pile, A. V. Newton, 610
  • Waterproof, J. Clark, 457
  • Bleaching and NVashing Textile, J. Or. merod, 595
  • Brushing and Cleaning Cotton, G, H. Ormerod, 386
  • Cutting the Wires nut of Terry, W. Wood and IC Smith, 467
  • Finishing, G. Sampson, 398
  • Finishing Textile. G. Hamilton, 531
  • Devices on Textile, A. L. Reid, 490
  • Fol.ling and Measuring, J. Ryder and D. Bentley, 430
  • Freeing Textile from Oily Impurities, H. Dyer and G. Deer, 506
  • Fulling 'Woven Woollen, H. Monett, 699
  • Knitting Tubular Ribbed, S. W. Park and E. S. Ellis, 505
  • Ornamenting and Waterproofleg, W. Green, 430
  • Stitching, J. Crawley, 664
  • Stretching Woven, &c.. U. Collier, J. Cross. ley, and J W. Crossley, 457
  • Weavin4 Narrow, J. J. Foot, 386
  • Machinery for the Manufacture of Knit. ted, Nl. Townsend. 608
  • Loopea Machinery, J. E. Hodges, 457
  • Facing for Ladies' 1)resse5, S. Jay and G. smith, 555
  • Fasteninv Buttons, T. Ilorrex, 627
  • Jewellery, Nc., W. I I. Forster, 503
  • For Belts, J. Morrison and S. Ainphlet, 531
  • Fastenings (r Shirt4. C. Marsden, 543
  • For ‘Vindow Shutters, D. W. Hayden, 410
  • Feed Apparatus of Machines for Thrashing Grain, he., J. i'icken, 555
  • Feeding Troughs fur Animals, W. Webster, 543
  • Steam Boilers, (3. Hill, 555
  • Felted Cloth P. K. Hodge, 651
  • Cloth, P. It. 1-lodge, 686
  • Fermenting Agent, It. A. Urooman, 490
  • Fibres for Spinning, It. A. Brooman, 6&I Reducing to Pulp, L. C. Stuart, 69
  • Separating, Ste , A. L. Newman, 615
  • Filing Machinery, J. Cowin, Mi6
  • Filling Casks, ate , C. Tooth, 646
  • Filters, F. A. Gatti., 698
  • for Making Coffee, he., C. Carey, 430
  • Filtering Writer, C. F. Vasserot, 339
  • Fire Arm., 11. Conant, 531
  • Breech Loading, F. W. 11,4man, 4W Repeating, J. T. Pitman, 543
  • J. H. Johnson, 531
  • K Burnam', 386
  • W. Jacot, 362
  • J. H. Johnson, 651
  • H. Gentian, 698
  • E. Paton and C. F. Walsh, 513
  • W. !'renter, 302
  • Breech Loading, F. J. Manceaux and E. N Viellard, 661
  • A. V. Newton, 362
  • E. Lindner, 362
  • T. Ite‘tell, 331
  • Repeatins, A. V. Newton, 410
  • Rifling the Barrels of, sc., F. C. Simons, 457
  • Self Priming, J. N. Ward, 593
  • Fire Boxes of Locomotive Steam Boilers, J. A. Longridge and T. Richardson, GIG Escape, J. F. Mcakin, 560
  • Lluliters, G. 1Vatson and C. Sattcrthwaite, 671;
  • Places, F. Cornwall, 698
  • Fire Proof Floors and Ceilings, R. Wilson, 555
  • Flues, D. O. Boyd, 366
  • Fire Flues and Air Pasuiges, '1', E. Blackwell, 555
  • Flues, Smoke and Air, 1). O. Boyd, :Jag)
  • Fish Joint, J. Gregory, s:il Fishing Reels, It. Kenton, .502
  • Flax, J. ',airman, 491
  • Fixing Teeth In the Fillets used In the Preprtration or, Ne., W. 11. Itirkby, .13u Preparation or, tt. Leanbetter, .110
  • Flour, It. Frost, :66
  • Flyer* tur Preparing Cotton, &c , J. M. I letherington and J. Gee, 555
  • Folio', Clips, sc., J. Bate, 531
  • Food of Cattle, J. hintw, 616
  • fur Animals, C. It. Freeman and W. Key, C40
  • Forks for Forking Lana, IL Alijan, G2T Forging, Rc , W. E. Newton, 502
  • Iron, A. V. Newton, 686
  • Fountain Pen, A. V. Newton, 410
  • Freez.ng, Itelrigerating. kac., G. B. Sloper, 386
  • Fretwork for Ornamectal Windows, tic., W. H. Cooper, 555
  • Fuel, &c , F. J. L. Idriletieux, 2/1(
  • Artiachil, It. A. Broomau, 490
  • Ransome, 566
  • Decomposition and Combustion of, E Ro.,:errt, 616
  • Manufacture of, &e., 11. W. Wood, 46/
  • Fillimnating Powder, %V. Johnson, 616
  • Furnace', Iron, J. Aitken, 661
  • Stefan Boiler, tic., W. II. Aston and S. Ilopkinson, GtiG J. Becky, 698
  • C. Demo, 362
  • Regulating the Supply of Air to, J. Fernhough said R. Farrow, 640
  • G. 13 Galloway, Smoke Consumniv, W. A. (Abe!, 640
  • C. Hellmann, :)19
  • J. Ilopkinr, 471
  • J Kirkham, 6.10
  • steam Boiler, J. Nlaudslay, 555
  • G. II. rainier, 479
  • K Seymour, 530
  • W. IL. 1). Sharp and G. Knowles, 366
  • F. Siemens, 686
  • S. Smith, 616
  • Furniture for Carriages and Harness, II. A. Holden, 627
  • Galvanic Batteries, G. E. Deering, 39it
  • Garments, Setting out the Forms of, &mien°, Basilo, and R. P. de Villamil, 3t6
  • Gas, Sze., J. D. Damazio, 362
  • Gas, Illuminating, F. H. R ScbeIler, 313
  • Gas, Manufacture of, E. Kopp, 490
  • Gas Burners, W. Bradford, 595
  • G. Durrich, 3*6
  • J. Thornet, 699
  • Gas Meters, L W. Wright, 579
  • C. Barreswil, 362
  • J. Gedge, 686
  • Gas and Products of its Manufacture, E. Owen, 479
  • Gas Regulator, C. 'I'. Judkins, 457
  • Gas Stove, G Nem11, 595
  • for Ventilation, S. J. Goode, 386
  • Gauger, Treasure and Vacuum, B. A. Grautoff, and C. H. W. Albrecht. 519
  • Gelatine, !Manufacturing, from Intestines, F. Chapman, and C Bowyer, 651 Generating Illuminating Gas, W . E. Newton, 467
  • Generating Steam, J. F. Belleville, 410
  • W. Parsons, 016
  • for Obtaining Motive Power, E. Lee, 411 Gimleig, Augers, &c., A V. Newton, 566 Giving Alarm, C. J. Farrington, and \V Comber, 627
  • Glass, P. M. J. Gliarnblant, 467
  • Glaiks Chandeliers. ,Nc., J. C. II. Pierce. 398 Glass, &c., lingraviio:, C. D. Gardi.•al. 371 Glass Ornaments, A. C. V. de Do,Agenfeld, 490
  • Glass Gus Shades, G. if. Bachboffner, 627 Gla.s, Ornamenting, W. W ilkinson, 615
  • Nlainifacturing Articles by Pressure, W. Wright, 362
  • Glazing Paper, J. C. Martin, 627
  • T. Dunkin, 467
  • Gloves, F. J. W. Packman, and C. F. Pike, 661
  • J. B. Bowen, 479
  • Governors or Regulators, J. O. H. Wells, 410 Governors, steam.engine, W. E. Newton, .157 Grain, Treatment o(, to Produce Starch and Spirit, G. White. 627
  • Gratings, C. W. Goodhnri. 286
  • Grease fur Lubricating, C. Ilitinfreys, 616 Grinding Cements, &c., W. Porter, 651 Grinding Clay, Sic , 11. R. Bowers, 457 Grinding Grain, W. F. Bush, and W. Hewitt, b19
  • W. F. Plummer, 502
  • Grinding Mills, H. Brickley, 676
  • Grinding anti iiiilishing Curved awl Itouniled Surfaces, W Mobarley, 531
  • Grinding various Substances, W. 11. Balmain and T. Colby, 664
  • Wheat, arc., P. 11. Hodge, 531 Grindstones. 11. A. Woman, 457
  • Gum Pot and Brush, St.c,., A. J. Thompson, 627
  • Gunpowder Cases, A. Itowand, 655 Gutta.Percha, Treatment of, E. Rider, 698
  • Half Stuff and Paper, Manufacture of, T. Routledge, 467
  • Hammer Rails nt Pianofortes, C. Mills, 374
  • Hind Planes, E. Mehrel, 467
  • Handleis, Desk, ac., P. Schafer and F. Schafer, 640
  • Knobs, ace., Teapot, S. Russell, 640
  • Door Lock, F. Caron, 467
  • Hardening and Colouring Alabaster, tte., L. Jacquemier, 55N Harness, T. Evans, jun., 41;7
  • H. J. M. E. Silvy, and A. A. H.Plairolol, 627
  • Harrows, H. Smith, 393
  • Chain, J. Cartwright, 457
  • I latS, 6. Dawes, 555 O. P. Harding, 531
  • H. Pigott, 374
  • H. Pigott, 410
  • J. Roheud, 386
  • Silk, It. Husband, 500
  • and enpl, J Brown, 3../S. hay Hicks, &c , Building, W. Church, and II. W. Hamlyn, 479
  • Heald% or Ilcdules, II. Thonipson and T. Curtis, 616
  • Heating Gas Retorts, &e., G. Anderson, 531
  • Paris of Cylinders to a Welding Heat, W. Morgan, 676
  • Water for Boilers, J. It. Sees, 519
  • J. smith, 626
  • and Warming, C. D. Gardissal• 579
  • Hides, Skins, bte.. L. Cornidef, 531
  • Hinges, J. Sadler, J. Green, and T. Davis, 362
  • Hoisting Apparatus for Ships, ate , J. K. Martin, 676
  • Machines, &c., II. Baines, 651
  • Holding and Releasing Cords, J. Lewin: and J. Iltimplire)s, 398
  • Materid during the Operation of Sowing, A. Heris, 41u Hop Bin, J. C. Davidson, 543
  • Plant, Cultivating, J l'ope, 512
  • Ilorses Bits, T. Byford, 451
  • Collars, J. Parbery, 640
  • Hoes, &c., H. Burden, 4t,0
  • Hakes, &c., I). Curwood, 398
  • it. Deady, 411
  • '1'. Smith, 398
  • Shoes, A. Prost and W. Woolnough, 179
  • boo, S. Short, .110
  • those std Tubes, Flexible, G. 'I'. Dousfield, 457
  • Hurdles, Iron, G. H. Cuttam and H. It. Cottam, 495
  • Hydraulic Engines, A. T.ecocq, 608
  • Heaters, W. S. Clark, 513
  • Presses, .1. H. E. Mareselial, 374
  • Pumps and 'Presses, J. Nasmyth and R. Wilson, 610
  • Hydro Extractors, Il. A. Tilghman, 407
  • I co, Production of, G. It. Piatti, Iiiiiminating Object% tinder Water. and Light. lug Mine., C. F. i:einke. 686
  • lucrcasing the Humiliating Power of Gas, C. T. Lititicy, anti .1. Chopin, 419
  • Increasing Niue!, J 407
  • India-rutsber, Dis,,uiviug Vulcanised, A. Ford, 555
  • India rubber 'I bread, N'ulcanised, G. T. Boutfield, 457
  • Indicators, Water Level and Pressure, , W. Smith, 627
  • Indicating the Number of Revolutions per. formed by Hullers, Ste., J. bond. 098
  • Pressure of Steam. sic.. J. Farquhanon, and William Grimsbaw, 395
  • Indicators, Steam Engine, W. May, 627
  • Infusions, Apparatus for Making, J. S. Vaughan. 555
  • Inking or Stamping Surfaces, C. W. Lan. ca.ter, 410
  • Instantaneuu4 Light, H. Hochstaetter, 670 Insulating Eli.ctrie Conductors, C. W. HurlIrmilated Wire•. C. V. J. Funroberl, 070
  • G. Dyson, 314
  • It NItoliet 55$
  • Mii.liet, 001
  • Iron and Steel, It. Muslict, 555
  • A. liarclay, 001
  • J. G. Martin, 543
  • II. lics3oMer, 004
  • Iron, Manufacture of, H. Gilbee. 543
  • D. J. Hoare, 664
  • J. S. Holland, 698
  • T. C. Hind,. 555
  • Iron into Malleable Iron, Converting Crude, lion. W. E. Cochrane, 55:, Iron and Steel, V. Avnl, 579
  • A. F. Garlt, 401
  • H. Bessemer, 651
  • H Bessemer, 490
  • H. llemerner, 519
  • J. K. Cheetharn, 640
  • V. A vril, 615
  • W. Clay, anti J. Hard+, 616
  • C. Binks, 664
  • Sir F. C. Knowles, 616
  • Iron into Steel, Converting, C Bunks, 664
  • Iron and Steel, Hardening, J. Farmer, 602
  • Irons for Ironing, J. H. Taylor, and 1'. Marcus, 699
  • Jacquard Machines, J. Brown and J. Actin, 686
  • E. Vincensi, 364
  • Keels of Vessels, A. Bower, 686
  • Kettles, Cast-iron Cooking, &c., D. Sutton, 631
  • Kiln', 6:c., R. Davenport, 479
  • Kitchen Ranges, S. Butcher. 457
  • Kni le • clennere, O. Lone, 467
  • Knitting Machinery, •167
  • Knockers. Door, J. Plati, 457
  • Lace or Net, M. 1)ogntn, G-10
  • Lamps, Sc.. G. I. Bache, 661
  • D. Fourman. 490
  • J. Fordred, 698
  • J. B. M. Jobard, 615
  • Lamp Oil. &c., R. A. Brooman. 427
  • B. P. M, Vilcop, widow, 640
  • Lamps. 011 and Spirit, arc., J. 8herar, 555
  • Railway. J. Westwood. 410
  • for Itnilway carriages. C. Derrick 479
  • Roof Candle, W. Palmer, jun.. 616
  • Signal. A. Clark. 555
  • Lap Machines, W . Seed. 362
  • Lathe. R. A. Broomun, 579
  • Laying Railway Rails or Chairs for Railways, M. E. Bowra. 531
  • Lenven, F. Liidewig, 676
  • Improved. M. Mon, 531
  • Leather, acc., Making and Boring. E. !Rancho's. 664
  • Letters, Ste.. Forming, P. L. to Comte de Fontnitiemoreats. 661
  • Library 'Fables and Desks. J. Drew, 61;i Life Boats, G. and J. it. Jones, 661
  • F. Long. 686
  • A. V. Newton, 574
  • Lifting Apptiratits, R. Morrison, 595
  • Light by Electricity Obtaining, J. T. Way, 610
  • Lighting, J. E. Ltifondo, 374
  • Fire% Articles fur, W H. Hubbard. 386
  • and Extinguishing Gas-Lights. C. Cowper, 430
  • Mines with Gas. A. Wright, 467
  • Railway Carriage., Sc., W. J. Curtis. 640
  • Lithographic Printing l'res.ca, C. L F. Helrigel, 531
  • Lock. Door, A. V. Newton, 398
  • Locking and Unlocking Jars, arc., G. H. Stevens and R. Filth. 651
  • Locomotion, W. A. Gi'bee. Locomotive Eruines, T. B. Sharp and J. A. Collett, 6tS1
  • Locks for Bags. ac., 11. Hill, 610
  • Locks for Travelling Bags, W. Lcuchars. 555
  • and Latches. W. If. Tucker. 362
  • Looking-glasses. N. Mechem', 616
  • &c., C. Clark, 491
  • Looms, R. Bamford, 531
  • J. Bullough, 374
  • A. Bullough and W. Bullough, 698 1). Chalmers, 490
  • Crichton and J. Cathcart, 555
  • R. F.4meston, 595
  • H 461
  • II, Greaves, 598
  • J. (lull, Jun., 615
  • E. Anil J. H. Hardon, 374
  • E. and J. 11. Hardon, 595
  • .1. larrison and C. Geldred, •il 0
  • It. anal J. Haslam, 579
  • W. I Inchon and C. Callow, 386
  • A. Hustler. 618
  • S !vers. 566
  • J. Knowles, W. Clarke, 490
  • W. E. Laycock, 676
  • W. Massey. 362 3. Mines and W. Thomptcun, 513
  • M A. Muir and J. Meth% ban. 362
  • N. Itoblinon, J. Lister. and 11. Stephenson, 664
  • W. Wood and N. Smith, .167
  • Circular. J. H. Johnson. 411
  • Cut Pile Fabrics and. %%. Weild, 640
  • Jacquard. A. Neild, 627
  • Knitting, 1'. A. le Comte do Fontaine. moreau. Pickers for. ac M. Joshua and W, For. 'haw. 457
  • Power, a. T. Boustielit 513
  • Power, O. Wilson, 610
  • Power, T;Sager and C. Turner, .512
  • Power. G. Slater. J. ‘V illiams, and S. Whitaker, 502
  • l'ov% yr, It. Sumner, 595
  • Power, II. Foulds and W. Bracewell, 374
  • Power, W. and J. Todd, 595
  • for Weaving, J. C. Ramsden, 698
  • for ornamental Weaving, K Hunt, 686
  • stocking, J. H. Johnson, 519
  • Lozenge., D. Lesser, .179
  • Lubricating, A. Grey and J. Rawson, .110
  • Composition, J. B. E. V. Alauh, 651
  • J Simpson and H. Spencer, 627
  • Journals, J. (ledge, 694
  • Quality of Oils, E. Travis and J. L. Casartelli, 2t6
  • Materials, C. Wright, 490
  • Nlatters, C. Hill, 543
  • Oil, J. Y. Simpson and NV. Thomson, 374
  • Oil Cans, J. A. le Franc, 615
  • Steam Engines, R. Ilumpmai? 640
  • Lubricator, T. Dugdale, jun , 616
  • Lubricator,, H. Hutton, 640
  • J. Itaugon, 699
  • Lucifer Boxes, A. Porecky, 651
  • Matches and Boxes, A. Albright, 566
  • Manure. J. A Manning, 39s S Chudzko, 543
  • Concentrated Animni, D. Bruce. 595 11inernl, J. (;edge, 615
  • Marineryb' Compasses, Atcertaining the Ertors of, S M. S.Ixby..110
  • Mashing Apparatuses, A. Barlow, 6')I Masts, Ships' Lower. J Brown, 016
  • Yards, and Rigging of Ships, P. Smith and T. Irvine, 01 1Vrought-iron. Bowsprits, &c., E. Finch, 553
  • Match Boxes or Holders. I.. Urine. 1110
  • Boats and 'Maiche), L. Urion. f;')l Material for Bonnets, &e., h. Jay and 595
  • bloasure for Coats, A. R. J.:net, .190
  • Measurinic and Folding Fabricg, J. Ilupwood, 467
  • Duals, D. CIA.1,1%ick and H. Frost, 686
  • Iliad., Compound Engin° for, T. Duncan, 430
  • Ou, W. Smith and N. F. Taylor, 506
  • Liquids. J. ()Axe, 362
  • Water. Meters for, M. 11. Loam. 394
  • Metal Bending and Tubing Machine, Sheet, A. norm 410
  • Medicine, L. J. Jordan, 610
  • Metal Boxes, J. Ilincks, 015
  • Castings, J. Joile‘, and E. Jones, 076
  • Metallic Bedstead', R. Peyton, 555
  • Packing, P. A. Le Cotnto de Fontainemoreau, 362
  • Moulds, C. Vion, 5136
  • Tubes, W. Bayliq. 30'
  • deter, Fluid, J. Elliott, 5.13
  • Fluid, W. C. Siemeng. 698
  • Milk, M. A. A. Gaudin, and E. X. Chemins's, 430
  • Mills, It. A. Bronman, 555
  • Millstones, Artificial. C. 11. Qmentin, 505
  • Mincing 'fallow, J M. Giresse, ill Mineral, %V ending from Mine, &c., J. Bur. rows, 010
  • Miners' Lamps, J. Mozard, 531
  • Modelling Statuary. J. T. Hart. 531
  • Mohair Cloth. Fini•leing, E. Firth, 479
  • Mortar and Concrete. C. L. ',spit°, 53I Motion, Converting Itg.tary Into Reciprocating, Whealier.
  • Obtaining Rotary, A. V. Newton, .130
  • Motive Power, J. B. Clare., .190
  • G. H. Dembinski,410
  • J. Geelge, 457
  • G. Gillnume. 661
  • Jones. 579
  • L. A. Joyeaux, 502
  • Col. S. Szabo oe Kis•Geresd, .190
  • J. Leadbeiter. 611
  • A. J. B Lespinasse, F. Peabody. 6%6
  • T. Scheller,;WI J. Silrester. 579
  • C. A. T16%01.693
  • C. J. B. 'forassa. 467
  • (awning, J. A. Longridge. 374
  • Obtaining. H. C. F. M. Petachier, 457
  • Obtaining by Gases, A. L. A. lierbelot, 51
  • from 1Vater, &c., R. O. Barrow, 406 (;a•coui liquid for Generating, A. V . Newton. 59i Regederatimc the Repulsive Force of, J. Commandeer, 1316
  • Transmitting, It. Struthers, 627 Transmitting, J. A. Monnler. 479 Transmitting, C. E. Many. 595
  • Moulding Metallic Castings. II. B. James, :62 Metals, J. Kinniburgh, G61
  • Metals, 1). Law, and J. Inialt.h, 015 Architectural. 1.. A. Desarelm 621 Mowing and Reaping, S. Collett, USt G. Mahie.430
  • Machinery, T. Green, -167
  • Mucilage for Sizing and Printing 'resin° Materials. A. Center. G116
  • Mules. Self-Acting, J. Johnson and W. Blacksell, 374
  • Selructing, A. Leep, and I). Schofield, 041
  • Self-acting, W. Noton, 430
  • Musical Instrunwiet. W. E Newton, 467
  • Instrument Sump., W. J. Bisseker, 6S6 2
  • Nail Machinery, W. Whittle, 'in Name mid Sign Plates. &c , J. Hannebr, 479
  • Needles, A. G. Ilay11%, 3G2
  • A. G. arid J. Green, ntY; Nosc-baqs, It. L. de Herenger, 362
  • Obtaining Infu‘lons, G II. Watkiii‘, 410
  • Spirit from Moo, T. F. Henley. 3F6
  • sulphur .,till N1clals (ruin Ores, 6ce , W. t.o.tage, 51)4
  • Opera Glasse), C. W. Dixey, 661
  • Oilcans. G Anclaume.6i7
  • Ornamenting Olaiss. H. Page. 410
  • Metal, 6ce , L. Comities. 386
  • Metallic Surfaces, W. E. Newton, 698
  • Articles of Attire, S. Jay and G. Smith, 519
  • Oxalate of Soda, Obtainin.:, hind Purifyin7, Ste.. T. Roberts, J. Dale, and J. D. Pritchard, 6; 6
  • Oxides of Manganese, Production of. G. Elliott. 39.5
  • Paddle-wheels, C. P. Sharpley, 386. J. Bourne, 41,7
  • R. A. Coward, 613
  • it. C. Ross, 666
  • Paint, J. (lodge, 543
  • Paper,J. Pat eson, 695
  • G. Bertram, and W. APNiven, 651
  • J. Horton and T. Horton. Pasteboard and pulp, 602
  • Paper Hangings, W. Preston, 693
  • W. Bnndley, 651
  • Papier Macho, W. Brindley, 676
  • Manufacture of, J. Leigh. 610
  • Manufacturing. U. 11. Collyer, M.D., 616
  • from Fibres, W. D. Ruck, and V. Touch, 371
  • for Filtration, &o., G. Davies, .361
  • Paring Fruit, D. H. 1Vbitmore, 0:7
  • land, Implement for, W. Woofe, 680
  • Paste for Sizing Cotton, &o., T. Garnett, 627
  • Photographic Cameras, Ac., J. B. Dancer, 631 Impressions, W. H. Oiley. 651 Application of Pictures to Metal Surfaces, &c., J. K. Cheetham, 693
  • Plates, J. Johnston, 531
  • Chemical Preparations applicable to the Proces,es, D.C. Dallas, 490
  • Platoholdor for Purposes,. J. Avery, 410
  • Photography, O. Langton', 560 •
  • W. lOwn, and D. Jones, 608
  • J. Perry, 519
  • R. H. Norris, 331
  • Pocket-kuife Handles. E. Brown. 388
  • Polishing and Finishing Yarns, W. Hunt, 37.1
  • Now Porous 3laterial, W. Petrie, 410
  • Portable Apparatus for. C. Burrell, 410
  • Portable Railways, &c., W. C. Cambridge, 493
  • Poultice, Improved, G. White, 386
  • Pouring Metal into Moulds. R. Jobson, 362
  • Pearl Barley. John Hay and James Hay) S86
  • Pressing and Digging Peat, &e., W. S. Clark, 430
  • Pencil Cases, J. G. Taylor. 686
  • W. B. Sellers, and A. Sellers, 535
  • Penholder, J. Morrison, 555 O. Good_year, W. E. Wiley, 640
  • F. Barbour, 467
  • Pon and Pocket-knives, P. ri‘s in and J. Unwin. 362
  • Porcuiion Bomb-shells, F. C. Bakewc11, 36.:
  • Cap Holder*, J. M. Hayes, 506
  • Perforating Steel, .1. Denis, 457
  • Permanent Way, C. W. Ramie, 593
  • Way, P. M. Parsons, 36,,P, Way, E. Sabatier, 566
  • Way, A. Krupp, 410
  • Way, P. W. Barlow,566
  • Way, Hon. W. B oebrane, 076
  • Way, R. Richardson, and J. E. Billups, 430
  • Way. W. Humber, 3t,6
  • Way, T. Allan, 610
  • Way, J. Armstrong, 640
  • M ay, W. B. Adams, 410
  • NV ay, Ste_ T B. Smith. 615
  • Petticoat, L. P. lluteau, 016
  • R. A. Brooruan, 016
  • mitt Butte*, B. A. Brooms°, 490
  • Projectilex, J. H. Johnson, t.;51
  • Propelling and Steering Veso.eli., G. T. Lous.. Acid, 356
  • Paddling Iron, W. Watson, 566
  • Pulling tho Hair from Skins, W. Wilson, 362
  • Pulp, E. E. Amyot, 490
  • Pump, C. D. Gardissal, L A. Eaore, 627
  • Pumping engines, E. A. Brooman, 6S3
  • Pumps, E. Wilcox, S25
  • W. Webster,157
  • G. T. Boustield, 411
  • It. A. Brooman, A. 1'. How, 490
  • W. E. Newton? 519
  • Centrifugal, W. K Newton, 676
  • Force), J. Stone. 610
  • Punching Press*, G. I:int, T. Wood, and E. Wood, no Purifying Acetic Acid, &c., It B. Condy, 3:1`i Brandies, P. A to do Conito Fontaine. moreati, 616
  • Coal, A. NI. M. de Perg,3vio, (A.;
  • GiLs, G. L. Stott, 362
  • Gas, W. Marriott, and David Sogden, 615
  • th14. J. B. and 1,..t. Legrand, .53,1
  • Liquids, N. Cadlat, 467
  • J. Marshall, jun , 676
  • Spirits of Tar. .1/4e., 1). Spill, 362
  • Water, tc , R. A. Ifrooman, 513
  • Water, C. H. J. W. M. Liebmann, 640
  • and Softening Water, IL L. Butt, and F. Veraniann, 386
  • Plasterinz, Ornamental, I3. Ferrey, 610
  • Substitute for, to., J. Adslicad, 398
  • Plastic Substances, W. M'Adam, 386
  • Ploughs, W. Blackwell, 640
  • Ploughing, &c., J. A. Longridge, 398
  • Steam, &e., W. Hawke%, 664
  • by Steam, J. Fowler, jun., and W Worby, 410
  • Steam Power to, &c... J. Pope. 410
  • and 'Pilling Land, J Fowler, jun., 531
  • Pianofortes, W. Mills, 362
  • L. Iluxtatae, Gs, J. C. Haddan. 698
  • Organs, .ke., J. Shavr and E. Shaw, 610
  • A. N. Wornum, 410
  • E. H. C. Moncton, 374
  • Action. J. La Cabra. 651
  • Pipes, Cast Iron, T. H. Daft, 479
  • For Smoking, J. Storms, 470
  • Pistons, J. ff. G. Wells, 470
  • E. Wilson, 410
  • Preparation of Cotton, .kc., W. II Ashburn, and J. Fairhurst, 616
  • of Veneers, Paper, and Slwot% mate of Fibres, E. C. Healey, and E E. Allen, 30,3
  • Cotton, Woo1„k•:., .1. Slitcliiio and J. 362
  • Appar.itus for, and Spinning Cotton, .to , J. N% hitehead, Fibrous Substances for Spinning, J. Apperly, and W Cis,041, 608
  • Flax. fie., NV. Nairno, .593
  • and Drying Glue, ac., E Tacker, 676
  • Grain for Fermentat:on, V.'. Watt, 170
  • Certain Liquid from tho Husk of a Certain Fruit, J. L. Lucas, and A. do Beiges, 430
  • Manure, F. C. Matthews, 640
  • Milk, J. Neuenschwander, 513
  • Printing Surfaces, J. B. D. Chevalier, and N. Rabouin-O'Sullivan, 410
  • I'ulp for Paper, C. S. Johns, 616
  • Silk, G. Pye, 374
  • Skins, &o., C. A. Preller, 386
  • Spinning, and Twisting Cotton, &c., J. B. Smith, 502
  • and Spinning Cotton, &c., B. Stott, 640
  • Textile Fabrics, U. Crawford, 698
  • Timber, C.A. Ferguson, 640
  • Hard Wheat, &o., W. F. Plummer, 555
  • Yarns, J. Harrison, and C. Gelderd, 374
  • Prestdpg, Straining, or Refining Colours, &c., R, D. Kay, 410
  • Preservation of Cheese, I. Leys, 543
  • Animal and Vegetable Substances for Food, J. B. Heu, 664
  • and Deodorising Compounds, 566
  • Provisions, R. A. Brooman, 651
  • Wood, R. W. Sievier, 457
  • Preventing Doors being Opened by Pliers, L. Weber, 479
  • Explosions, J. Walley, 627
  • Boiler Explosions, S. J. A Burg, 457
  • Steam Boiler Explosions, J. Knowelden, 411
  • Valves for, Steam Boiler Explosions, J. Knowelden, 543
  • Of Accidents, G. A. Bates, 374
  • Of Accidents in Winding from Mines, J. Knowles, jun , 651
  • Of Smokey Chimneys, W. Woodford, 627
  • Primers for Fire-Arm Cartridges, A. V. Newton, 479
  • Printing Calico, J. Leese, jun., 490
  • on Cloth, C. Pietroni, 374
  • Designs on Glass, J. &Dale, 555
  • and Dyeing Fabrics, J. Gerger, 430
  • or Dyeing Skeins, J. E. Meehan', 363
  • Electric Telegraphs, J. W. Brett, 467
  • Electro-Tolegraph Despatches, J. II. Johnson, 651
  • Lithographic, on Glass, Wood, 5:c., C. G. Gollgetreein, 479
  • Letter-press Machines, J. Boyd, 566
  • Music, G. Scheurmann, 595
  • Cylinder Presses, R. Dryden and 8. Mills, 686
  • several Colours at ono Time, E. T. Dolby, 651
  • in Various Colours Simultaneously, J. C. l'oulay, 651
  • Textile Fabrics, D. Macdonald, 336
  • Producing the Witney Finish in Cloths, W:Morphet. 651
  • Devices on Wood, Leather, &c.,F. Whitehead, 595
  • and Transferring Designs, G. Ernst, and W. Lorberg, 627. of Alcoholic Spirits and Food for Cattle, T. F. Henley, 616
  • Projectiles. A. V. Newton, 519
  • J. C. Haddan, 386
  • Propellers, W. 1.. Anderson, 457
  • J. C. Bremer, 627
  • Screw, E. Tombs, 616
  • Ships, &c , C. March, 479
  • Vessels, J. Buchanan, 543
  • J Stopperton, 490 8. Dyer, 664
  • W. V. Miller, 374
  • A. Moses, 519
  • J Norman, 676
  • E Campbell, 610
  • Protecting and Laying Telegraphic Wires. 1'. A. Balestruti, 543
  • Raising Water, &o , R. and E Lavender, 556
  • Water by Atmospheric Pressure, A. V. Newton, 655
  • and Forcing Water, &c , J. L. Marian, 649
  • and Lowering Bodies in Minos, J. 11. V. Hengel, 398
  • Vessels, A. D. Bishop, 627
  • Rails of Railways, T. F Joyce, 675
  • for Railways, J H. Johnson, 338
  • and Axle; B. Bessemer, 640
  • and Chairs, H. A. Jowott, 502
  • Ramrods, A. G. Gaillamia, 565
  • Railway Chair, .T. Roberta and J. Beech, 555
  • Chairs, J. Jobson, 640
  • Cars iages, W. E. Newton, 198
  • Carriages, John Johnson, 531
  • Crossings, H. C. Hurry, 490
  • Spikes, G. Hopper, 430
  • Wheels,W. Paton, 467
  • Wheels, &c R. V. HeeS, 555
  • Wheels, Axles, Ste., W. Adams, 410
  • Railways, and Propelling Carriages thereon, T. W. Rommel, 555
  • Rags, Tearing, I. Colbeck, M9
  • Heaping Machines, S. Stocks, 602
  • and Mowing, A. V. Newton, 430
  • An Improved Cuttinic Apparatus for Reaping and Mowing Machines T. Earp, 698
  • Receptacle for Urine, J. Ewing, 398
  • Reducing Copper Ores, &es, W. Keats, 631
  • Vegetable Substances to a Pulpous State, J. Rhodes, 490
  • Reefing Sails, A. V. Newton, 616
  • Sails, J. Brousrd, and J. Hubert, 602
  • Sails, 11. D. Cunningham, 613
  • Sails, R B. Benson, 676
  • Topsails, W. A Gilboa, 686
  • Refining Saltpetre, J. blacullum, 640
  • Sugar, A. W. Anderson, 457
  • Refrigerator', G. Riley, 374
  • Registering Passengers in Vehicles, M. T. Crofton, 695
  • P3sseugers in Vehicles, Ste., J. Latham, 616
  • the Speed of Engines, J. Gratix and A. Knight, 396
  • Regulating and Measuring Gas, W. Clibran, and J. Clibran, 411
  • Tilt, Hammers, S. Cotton, 640
  • the Flow of Fluids, R. L. Howard, 398
  • the Pressure of Gaseous Fluids, J. Farrar., and H. Spencer, 479
  • the Steam from Locomotive Cylinders, V. Renault. 679
  • the Supply of Gas, W. Raester, 619
  • the Supply of Water to Water Wheels, W Clissold, 510
  • the Supply of Steam to Engines, &c., 8. Roberts, 602
  • the Supply of Oil to Lamps, J. Macdonald, 027
  • the Tone of Kettle Drums, 11. .1. Distin, 679
  • Regulator for Heating Apparatus, A. V. Newton, 430
  • Render6ing Fabrics Sanitary, R. A. Brooman, 76
  • Impermeable by Gas, Carnutchouc, Goldbeaters' Skin, &,c , M. Pellea, 666
  • Retaining and Releasing Cords of Window &c., W. McMaster, and J. blafaster, 430
  • Retarding Railway Trains and Warming the Carriages, P. J. Guet, 531
  • Railway Trains, &c it A. Brooman, 502
  • Retorts, Materials for L. J. F. Margueritte, 698
  • Riming_ and Tapping Gas Fittings, W. E. Newton, IMO Rivetting Fish Joints, H. Keeling, 651
  • Roasting Coffee, , J. Parker, 651
  • Roller Fulling Mills. J. II Johnson. 490 Rolling Metallic Substances, S. and E. Hallen, 531
  • Rails, W. Baynton 360
  • Rollers for Condensing Engines, J. Leach, W. Turner, and J. Tempest, 490
  • for Printing Fabrics, J. F. Jones, 651
  • for Printing Fabrics, R. F. Sturges, 616
  • Roofs of Buildings, P. A. lo Compto do Fon•
  • tainemoreau 595
  • Roofing Tile, J. leDay, and T. Rutter, 664
  • Rotary Engine, C. D Gardissal, 519
  • Engine, &c., C. H. Schroder, 513
  • Engines, A. B. Aublet, 362
  • Engines P. C J. L. do Combettes, 398
  • Piston Engine, P. Laffitte, 555
  • Rotating the Rollers of Window Blinds, P., J. Livsey, 467
  • Rope Machinery, A. V. Newton, 398
  • Rosin Oil, G. F. Wilson, 695
  • Rowlocks for Boats, W. Mason, 362
  • Rudders, Ships', J. Holman, 579
  • Ships', E. G. Bradford, 398
  • Rugs, W. Green, G. Holloway, andT. Grubb, 602
  • Ruling Paper, &c., T. Craig, 531
  • s2d(Iles, ladies' Side, J. Greaves, 664
  • Safety Case for Mines, tac., E. Simpson, 502
  • Paper, J. H. Johnson, 398
  • Pocket for Coats, Sc., A. V. Newton, 3S6
  • Salt, Manufacture of, W. A. Jump, 430
  • Salts and Oxides of Manganeic, H. L. Pattin. Non, 616
  • Sash.lo595rs, Columns, &c., Metal, J. Ilunnett, and Mouldings, J. Bunnell and J. G. Bunnett, 362
  • Sauce-boat, J. Bing, .157
  • Saws, Sc., Band, It. T. liadon, 410
  • Sawing Machinery, J. Malty, 627
  • Machine, Rotary, W. N. l'arsson, 615
  • AVood, A. It. Terry, 676
  • Wood, &e., J. McDo%:&11, 616
  • scammony, Rosin;Ind Sugar of, A. W. M.. Marion, 410
  • Scic‘ors and Shears, S. Rwsell, 686
  • Scrapers, Boiler Tube, E. Green, 676
  • screw.bult for Ship-building and other Pure poses, J. H. 13. Thwastes, 698
  • Hand Presses, A. J. I. do blontenay du Nlinhy, 651
  • hey or Gauge, R. Millward, 39g Wrench, J. Wil:on and C. Wootton, 333
  • W. E. Newton, 502
  • Scutchol.; Hemp, Fla‘, 1'. 11. Desvignes, t.;41
  • iiteliines, J. ;7
  • Sea Weeds fur Manure, ts. D. Gardistial, 531
  • Securing the Ends of Buttensorth, 664
  • the Openings of Air tight Bugs, C. Good-yeAr, 595
  • the Plaster of Ceilings, A. V. Newton, 411
  • Self Swimmer, J. J. Daiiduran, 467
  • Separating ldetals from Ores, U. F. Clemente, 513
  • Separation of Minerol Substances, H. Nlack-worth, 570
  • Separating Particles of various Bodies, D. Bethune, 386
  • Seed or Grain, J. Palmer, 676
  • Seed and Grain, J. Palmer, 590
  • Sew age Mutters', T. Wicksteed, 167 Setting Printers' Doctors, J. Hudson, 543 Sewers or Twinehi, Forming, T. W. G. Treeby, 651
  • Sewing Lace, &c., I. Atkin and M. Miller, 374
  • Machinery, A. V. Newton, 579
  • Machines, W. Ileosou and H. Palmer, 699 11iichinet, W. C. %Vulcan, 595
  • or Stitchilq: Machines, . 698
  • Shaping Wood, S. NV orskain awl Girist, 640
  • ant Polishing Stuns', Henderson, 686
  • Lathes for Screwing Metals, \‘ . Ldnarth, 411
  • Share Drill, J. C. Davidson, 513
  • Shioinz the Merino of Wool, J. C. L. Lacroix, 374
  • Skins, &c., C. M. Chouillon, Ship Buildinv, P. A. is Comte Fontainemo. rear, 362
  • Ships, T. Billie, 479
  • A. Chaplin, 543
  •  :.nd Boat., IL W. Parnell, .566
  • Ascertsining the Draught of ‘Vater of, It. 1Vaiker, jun., .543
  • Indicating Speed of, A. E. flagon, 610
  • Iron Work, ac., S. Lilles, .502
  • Knees, P. Cato, J. Miller, jun., and J. Audley, 651
  • Iron for Knee., J. Bi.tteley, 593
  • Log, J. E !wards, 535
  • Shire, A. Grant, 69/3 31. I:rowne, 651
  • Shoes and Boots, C. J. Miller}, 362
  • Shuttles, 11. A. Broomall, 531
  • Signal Apparatus, &e., J. Fen!on, 686
  • Lanterns, J. W. 1). Brown and G. G. Brown, 502
  • T. A. Dillon :in 1 J. Gray, 595
  • Itailwiy, 11. C. Ash, 664
  • Railway, E. Hallen and W.11. Kingston, 4`.+0
  • Railway, W. II. Moore, 640
  • Railway, 'I'. V.. )1:trait, 386
  • Working' .iinultanuously the Points and, of Railway., J. Saxity, 374
  • Itnihsay Train, J. ‘Vortbington, 661
  • Signalling, A. Stands, 414)
  • by Elt.ctricity, &c., I. Ragas, 457
  • Silk, Combing and Preparing, ac., C. de Jongh, 627
  • Manufacture of, &c., W . Spence, 651
  • Separating or Recovering Animal 1Vool or Cotton from, J. Lord, 566
  • Size, Preparation of, W. S. l.osb, 640
  • sizue.: Paper, %V. Stunr%, 651
  • and Dre..ing Varn%, T. Burton, 362
  • or Di. ssing Yarns, M. A. Muir and W. J. Walker, 566
  • Stiffening, ac., Yarns, , F. Andrew and S. Forsell, 430
  • Skirts of Ladies' Dresses, Distending the, H. F. Osman, 627
  • Mantle., ac., S. Jay and G. Smith, 430
  • Slide Valves, Working, G. Webster and J. Webster, 627
  • Valves, II. Dubs and J. Evans, .513
  • Slubbing Machinery, Sic., W. Seed and W. Ryder, 640
  • Small Coke, Manufactusinc, J. Davis, 362
  • Smelting, &c., I. Baps, 555
  • Iron, A. Dalton, 531
  • Ores, It. .M whet, 543
  • Ores, J. L. Taherner, 331
  • Soap, E. T. Simpson, 640
  • G. F. 'Wilson and A. I. Austen, 595
  • W. Gossage, 531 1). Thom and G. A. Phillips, 566
  • J. Blake and F. Maxwell; 531
  • J. Deni., 457
  • Mottled and Yellow, P. Konen, JS6
  • from Rosin, A. Pialtr, 467
  • Frames, 1). "rhom and G. A. Phillips, 566
  • Preparation of Ve:!etable Matter. fur, sc., C. N. Wilcox, 616
  • Soda and Alum, F. G. Spilbbury, 362
  • Sofas, Chair, &c., E Halien, t)27
  • Soldering Metals, l'ooIs for, E. O. W. White.. house and J. C. Laws, 616
  • Sowing Seeds and blanure. &c., R. Reeves, 467
  • Spindle for Plaiting Machines, W. F. Spittle, 543
  • Spinning, S. C. Lister and W. Tongue, 616
  • S. C. Lister, 661
  • Cotton, J. Dickinson, 651
  • Cotton, sc., S. C. Lisiter, 555
  • Cotton, &c., Leigh and G. P. Leigh, 531
  • Cotton, Self-acting Apparatus for, It. Rod. mer, 410
  • and Doubling Cotton, W. Robertson, 410
  • Fibrous Substances, W. E Newton, U76
  • Frames, G. Walker and J. Scrimgeor. 467
  • Fibrous Materials, J. Watson and C. F. Halle, 542
  • Silk, &c., J. Murgatroyd, 640
  • Wool, 1. Bailey, 627
  • Worsted, FI. Brown, 616
  • Spirit Lamps, II. Hedgely, 686
  • S. King, 490
  • Spirits of \Vine, W. Papineau, 430
  • Splitting Rock, It. A. Brooman, 016
  • Spoons, Forks, Stc , It. A. Brooman, 362
  • Spring Catch, G. North, 457
  • Door, J. Cartland, 490
  • V. Hooper, J. Fry, and G. Nasmytb, 699
  • lndia-rubber, R. Eaton, 699
  • for Carrine, R. Emery, 661
  • Carriage and Railway, J. Wilsoo, 664
  • Sprinkling Powder, A. Brooman, 542 Squeezing Rollers, etc., C. Ilen•haw, 566 Stacking or Storing Corn, sc., W . Drdy, 616 Stamp Presses, A. E Duchatrati, 531 Stamping Letters, 144c , It. 4.. Salter, 495 Stamps, M. T. Crofton, 374
  • and Operating Ilammrrs, C. J. Corr, 366 stands for Suspending Hats, sic., C. Hes, 616 Starch, W. Watt, 411
  • H. Doubleday, 490
  • Steam Boilers, W. Johnson, 555
  • H. Bougleux. 6711
  • S. Colman, 430
  • R. Orrell, J. Cleminson, and \V. Barra. dough, 386
  • Ascertaining the Density of ‘vatcr in Ma. rine, J. L. Casartelli, A. Ca.sartelli, and Canaria', 651
  • Steam Digiging Apparatus, P. P. C. Barrat and J. I:. Banat, 502
  • Ent:inc, P. C. J. L. de Combettes, 393 11. 11olcroft, 627
  • V. Han, E. Wylde, and W. Waitr, 479
  • J. Bertram, 699
  • J. IL Johnson, 502
  • J. 51audslay, 401
  • W. E. Newton, i;.;1
  • E. Travis and J. 1.. Casartelli, 398
  • C. J. Dumery, 531
  • '1'. Walker, 6.51
  • Lubricating, '1'. Lee', 519
  • D. G. Hope and W. .1. Fairburn, 386
  • F. Foggi. 616
  • and Boilers, '11. S. Volt, E. Earnsbaw, and J. Barlow, (164
  • Hammers, W. II. Brown. 479
  • Hammen:. G :And W. Elder, 680
  • Generators, T. Charlton and W. Turnbull, 486
  • and Fire Regulator, W. Webster, 457
  • teol, G. C. Thomas, 531
  • A. Pope, 374 1V ire, sc., Heating, S. Fox, 676
  • Stereoscope, E Sutton, 502
  • G. C. Cooke, 457
  • E. K Scott, 640
  • P. Benoist, 519
  • Stereoscopic Arrangement in the Manufacture of Boxrs, G. E. Johns, 640
  • Pictures, R. Harmer, 698
  • Stop Cocks mid Valvei., It E. Gamma, 555
  • Stoppering 1,Pittles, &c., J. A. 61(i Inkstand', ac . C. F. Cattaert, .167
  • Jars, &c., J. Roberts, 531
  • Stopping Bottles, F. simper), 430
  • A. G. Chalue, .531
  • Carriages on lfaiktays, 11. J. tonne, 3913
  • Railway Carriage., f;. W. Sayer, 555
  • Railway Train', J. Hardaker. 41$)
  • Straw raper, ac., J. Cowley, .130
  • Stoves, J. S. Ilendy; 595
  • or Fire.place., J. Juckes, 531
  • Straps or Band., C. Vaughan, \V 3. Vaughan, and R. Vaughan, 651
  • Stretching ‘Voren Fabrics, W. Laing, 399
  • T. M. Hartweli, J. W. Gladwsn, and H. Gladwin, 410
  • Stringer' Mu%ical ln‘t:ument%, Rey. Jaque, 430
  • Stuffing, I,. Bayer, 410
  • Couches, Cushions, &c.. S. Jay and G. Smith, 451
  • for Furniture, I.. Bayer, 698
  • Substitute for Oil. plc., J. Lord, 676
  • for Leather, J. Rowley, 410
  • W. Green, 479
  • sugarcane Mills, C. J. Lewsey. 362
  • Sulpho-Saccharine of Simaruhine, Process for procuring the. T. C. Itichard..n, 494)
  • Sulphuric Acid, , W. Petrie, 531
  • J. L. Crockett, 430
  • Super-heating Steam, J. Durlii,gt,,n, 479
  • Surveying Instrument, C. Barlow, 430
  • Suspending Carriage Bodies. II. Deacon. 616 651
  • Supplying and Drawing off Ltqui •s, &c., A. Bain and J H. Bennett, 457
  • Air to Ga.liglits, JEC , R. A. Broomao, 430
  • Boilers with Water, A. V. Newton, 579
  • Steam Boilers K ith Water, ac., H. McConnell and A. N1ackenzie, 616
  • Water to steam Isuiler, 1. 627
  • Water to Water-closets. W. Patton, .502
  • Fuel to Furnaces, W. A. Jump, 430
  • Sweeping Floors, W. E. Newton, 040 651
  • Streets, C. 1). Gardissal, 362
  • Swinging Hammocks, J. Brown, 531
  • Tags for Stays, t‘c . F. Potts, 467
  • Tap or Stop Cock, J and W. Moore, 502
  • for Measuring Liquid; T Esrp, 664 Taps, R Martineau and B. Smith, 410
  • and Cocks, J. Elliott, 513
  • or Valves, R. Brown, 566
  • or Valves, p H. T. Sourbutts, (D.,6
  • or Valves for Gas, G. Anderson, 490
  • Taniog, D. Barnard, and D. Lichtenstailt, 693
  • Sc , F. Sterlingue, 502
  • Leather, W. Francis and J. Hooper, 651
  • Leather, Se C. R. Skinner, 602
  • Telegraphing on Railway Trains, J. Worthington, 686
  • Tell-tales, ate , A Symons, and E. Burgess, 479
  • Thimble Pillar to be used in Placing Earthenware in Ovens when Firing, E. Leak, 4!)7
  • Throstlee, &c., D. Bowlas, 519
  • Tickets, Railway and other, 1'. W. Hardwick, 362
  • Tiles, Ornamental, Bricks, &c , F. G. Sanders, 386
  • Rooting, W. Brodie, 640
  • Tilling Soil, 11. E. C. Monckton and W. Clark, 531
  • Time Registering Apparatus, Workmen's, A. Barrie, 566
  • Tobacco.cutting Machines, T. Cope, 664
  • Pipe, A. Picard, 595
  • Turbines, L. D. Girard, 698
  • Top for Scent Bottles, A. Watson, and A. H. Williams, 676
  • Tops of Omnibuses, Sc , F. Moreau, 640
  • Tooth Powder, M. Farina, 579
  • Transmitting Hydrostatic and Pneumatic Pressure ie., Apparatus for, J. Webster, 651
  • Treating Agricultural Produce, Sc , J. C. Sinclair, 610
  • Cane Sugar for Brewing and Distilling, C. Garton, and J. St. J. Gage Parsons, 696
  • Copper and other Refractory and Metallic Ores, A Robert, 512
  • Manganese Ores, T. A Cook, 640
  • Iron, &o.,, A. Reid, 651
  • Metallic Ores, Sc., A. Reid, and C. O'Neil, 664
  • Saccharine Juices, R. W. Siemer, 610
  • of Lubricating Oils, IL Reid, 386
  • of Mineral Tar, J Perry, 699
  • of Oils and Fats, G. Hutchinson, 643
  • of Sugar Canes. J. H. Johnson, 362
  • of Tar Oil, J. Metcalf, 631 W Trimming the Teeth of heels, T. Greenwood, 555
  • Troughs and Mangers, G W. `Parnell, 616
  • Turbines, 1'. A. to Compte deFontoinemoreau, 616
  • Tuyeres, J. Knowles and W. Buxton, 457
  • Twisting Fibrous Materials, W Johnson, 566
  • Tyres, Cast Steel, J. B. Howell, 374
  • Wheel, D. Davies, 374
  • Umbrellas. J. L.,jun., and J. Broadbent, 398
  • R. Harrington. 410
  • Pocket. A. Tolhausen, 467
  • Stand, C. H. Gicka, 698
  • Unwinding Silk from the Hank, C. Hodges, 457
  • Valve Cock, W. Webster, 490. Stop or Regulating, W. H. Westwood, 1r. Wright, E. Wright, 362
  • Valves, R. 'Wilson, 531
  • T. Cowharn. 362
  • Slide, M. Allen, 696
  • Slide, M. Allen, 374
  • Steam, W. E. Newton, 502
  • for Governing Steam Engines, &c., H. Hindle, 430
  • for Inflating Air-tight Bags, B. J. Heywood, 695
  • Equilibrium, P. Girkoli, 651
  • Ventilation of Mines, Wadsworth, .J., 519
  • Ventilating Mines. ac., G. Iteppell, 593
  • Vessel for containing Chemicals, &o , J. Taylor, 374
  • Vessels for Liquids, D. Desmond, 595
  • Construction of, T. S. Henzell, 640
  • Voltaic Battery, P. A. lo Compte do Fontainemoreau, 640
  • Vulcanised Inaia-Rubber, Bo-Working, A. Lorimer, 616
  • Walking Stick Pipe, S. Rotheneim, Vie Wall Caps and Sleeper Blocks, .J . G. Jennings, 616
  • WarminBuildings, C. Burton, 437
  • and Moistening Air, G. Gamey, 371
  • Railway Carriages. Ice.. A. Hutton, 651
  • Vehicles, A. E. Prolix, 362
  • and Ventilating. S. de Jong. 362
  • Warp Machinery, J. D. Duncliffc and W. Dexer, 627
  • Warpingand Beaming, J. Smith, and E. Harrison, 430
  • Mills, H. Naylor. and J. Crabtree, 519
  • Yarns, &a. J. Harrison, 616
  • Washing Apparatus, W. Gray, and J. Tate, 610
  • or Cleansing Fabrics, T. Whittaker, 479
  • Coal, W. Green. jun.. and T. Storey, 651
  • Fabrics, C. Burton, 616
  • Machines, M. J. Cooke, 686
  • Ores, J. B. H. do Roussel), 555
  • Wool, E. Holten, 602
  • Woven Fabrics, W. Parsons, 374
  • Woven Fabrics, R. D. Kay, 490
  • Wringing, and Mangling, J. Jesacips 030
  • Water rulaP, J. J. Leaver, fria Watches, W. 8. Mitchell, and C. M. B. Gartner. 531 11'ater Closets. R. A. Brooman. W. 8. Carr, G99
  • Waterproofing fabrics, Ac., P. P. Hoff-nann, 490
  • Woven Fabrics, M. Hickson, .535
  • Paper, I. Livermore, 693
  • Weaving, C. B. Blyth. and W. P. Butchart, 411
  • J. Broadlcy, 636
  • J. Dryden, 685
  • C. Nickles. and J. Hobson, :362
  • V. F. A. Prost, 66;
  • J. Somerville, 651
  • Figured Fabrics, O. Whittaker, and C. Wallwork, 386
  • Stuffs, Act , A. Holt. and J. Bentley, 676
  • Weighing Apparatus, P. A. le Compte de Fontainemoreau, 686
  • Balance for, W. and E. Schmidt, 430
  • Whalebone, Preparing. ttc., L. G. Riant, 686
  • Wheelbarrows. A Andraud, 555
  • Wheels, Axles, and Axle Boxes, T. Wallace, 555
  • Metallic, J. W. Downing, 490
  • Whistle, Compound, W. Smith, 542
  • Weaving Carpets, G. t3alt, 676
  • Wind Musical Instruments, H. J. Distin, 67.;
  • Winding and Warping Cotton, fie, J. Hack. ing, and W. %%lacier, 519
  • up Watches, P. Nnyer, 190
  • Windlasses, J Coplin, 11;7
  • Ships. to., J. Brown, 610
  • Window Fastenings, J. Naylor, 555
  • Wines. Artificial, R. A. Brootnan, 676
  • Wire Chain T. P. Hawkins, 531
  • J Rope, . Horafall, 39S Fowler, J., jun., 686
  • Woodeu Leg and Crutch, J. C. Jones, 6SS Worts for Brewing, d.a, H. Duck, 651
  • Yarns or Threads, Dyeing, H. Cooke, 513
  • Drying, tee., W. S. Churchill, and J Bradshaw, 676
  • Sze Drying, Stretching, and Finishing, (1 Collier, 640
  • A. Symington, 361
  • Finishing, G. Erman, 627
  • R. Robinson, 627
  • Ac., C. Brook, jun , 531
  • Printing, J. Crossley, and J. Bolton, 303
  • Treatment of Waste, J. Holland, and J. Irving 595
  • An., Winding. R. Davison, and J. rowther, 698
  • Yeast, R. Winterbolton, jun , 5GG
  • Zinc, G. and J. Darlington. 410
  • Manufacture of, J. L. Elkin, 6S3 and Zino White, C. Titterton, 631

Complete Specifications - Subject Matter

  • Brooms, &c., New Material for, E. Poitiers 502
  • Cans for Oili^g Machinery, E. D. Draper and G. Draper, 6.16
  • Coke, Manutacture of, L. S. Magnus.502 651
  • Combustion of Intl iiiiinable Ga,, Burner for the, W . F. Shaw, 457
  • Doubling or Spinning Cotton, R. Thatcher, 430
  • Dress Fastener', Buckles and, 11. Jenkins, .5.;5
  • Extracting Substances from Steel Sponges, A. L. S. Chenot and E. C. A. Chenot, 386
  • Fibrous Materials, Preparing and Spinning, J. Y. BorlAnd, 467
  • Flying or Roving Frames, O. T. Boustield, 519
  • Furnaces and Boiler', and Heating Apparatus, %V. !leak), 651
  • Indicating the Distance Travelled by Vehicle,,, C. J. Dumery, 541 •
  • Iron, Manufacture of, J. Onion?, 439
  • Knife-cleaning Machine, T. Key, 356 Looms, Slide Beater for, L. Vignat, 699
  • Machinery for Making Corks, F. B. Howell, 411
  • Nletillie Sponges, Compressing, A. L. S: Chenot and E. C. A. Chenot, 3:6
  • Oxides, Apparatus for the Reduction of, .1. L. S. Clieno: and E. C. A. t.henot, 386
  • Pianoforte Action, T. Gilbert, 579
  • Separating Metals, Sorting Ores, Sze, A. L.S. Chenot and E. C. A. Chenot, :06
  • Telegraph Insulator, J. %Voodman, 467 651
  • Tents, Huts, and Camp Hospitals, C. E. Green, 34ie. 651
  • Treating Auriferous and other Rocks, Machinery for, W. Radley, 36!
  • Vulcanised India Rubber, Preparation of, in Naphtha or Oil of 'Turpentine, for Waterproofing and Coating for Ships' Bottoms, A. Ford, 374
  • Windlasso, J. II. G. Well', 595
  • Q7'% tCn.i.ton. Wheels and AxletreeF, J. Lee, 417

Abstract of Specifications - List of Names

  • Abraham, Henry Robert, Carriages, 363
  • Abrisharn, 11. It, Delivery Checks and Tell Tales, 6)3
  • Abraham, John. Percussion Caps, 436
  • Adams, John, Knittiug 51nchinery, 599
  • Adcock, l Ienry, Casting Iron, 440
  • AcNins, William, Measuring I'ahric5. GOO
  • Ager, Nathan, Connecting Spindles of Locks and Latches, 4.3s
  • Aimoiit, Pierre Ernest, Shoes, &c., 700
  • Alexandre, Lambert, Propellers, 432
  • Allen, I.:4%yard &Lis, Permanent Way of Railways, 519
  • Allman, Fennell, and Donald Bethune, Pro. Auction of Steam, 628
  • Alliott, Alexander, Drying Anparatus, 700
  • Amos, James, Flour Dres.“.2 )Iachini '43
  • Anderson, John Barker, Soap, and Lubrica. ling Iklaterial, 41
  • Anderson, 1)., Machinery fur Preparing Felt, and Fibrous NIaterialt, 263
  • Antrobus, P., Preserving and Packing Four,
  • Appenhmer, Adolphus, Stretching Fabrics, 556
  • Appleton, Charle's Jame', Knitting, :irti
  • Appleton, Peter, Peeling Apples, &c., 544
  • Archer, 1. lisha Thomas, Envelopes, 532
  • Armour, John, Bleaching, 434
  • Armitage, Wm., and Henry Lea, Iron, 605
  • Armstrong, W. G , Apparatus for Lifting, 695
  • Arnaud. Claude Antoine NIoti• e Power, 628
  • Aston, William Henry, and Samuel Hopkin. son, Furnaces and Supplying Water to Boilers, 699
  • Asbury, William, Tap or Stop Cock, 442 Ashton. James, Bruising Grain, 556
  • Ashworth, John, jun , Lap Machines, 434 Ashworth, George, Condensing Carding En. gines, 628
  • Aspinall, John, Obtaining Extracts, 602 Aspitiall, J., Curing Sugar, 438, 54-1
  • Atkins, Isaac, Mary Gate, and Marmaduke Miller, Regulating Flow of Gas, 376
  • Auld, David, and John Stephen, Steam Boilers and Furnaces, 503
  • Ayckbourn, F., Cleaning Knives and Forks, 436
  • Back, Henry, Decorated Glass, 435
  • Bailey, Henry George, Digging Land, 376 Bain, Alexander, Inkstands, 436
  • Balmain, William Henry, and Thomas Colby, Manufacture of Alkalies, 606
  • Ball, \V m., Stamping Ores, 602
  • Ball. IV in., Separating Copper from the Ores, 603
  • Bakewell, Thos. Hill, Ventilating, 433 Bannehr, James, Preparing Paper, 601 Baptiste, Charles, Tenoning and Morticing Machines, 600
  • Barber, Edmund, M.ngles, 55G Barber, Harry, Manufacture of Hosiery Gooth, 511
  • Barber, John, Steam Engines. 479
  • Barclay, Andrew, and John \V allace. Manufacture and Memiurement of Gas, 700 Barcroft, John, Baskeig, 439
  • Barker, Charles Matthew, Pistons, 131
  • Barker, William Robert, and Win. Toogood, Bottles and Stoppering, 6(
  • Bailing, Joseph, Paper, 363
  • Barlow, Charley, Cutting Cloth, 532
  • Barlow, Henry Bernoulli, Carding, 433 Barlow, ‘Vm. Henry, Constructing Bridges, Viaducts, 568
  • Barlow, P. Win., Seasoning Timber, GUI Barnes, Isaac, Knobs for Doors, 935
  • Barrans, Joseph, Steam Engines, 596 Barratt, J. A., Rotary Steam Engine, 567 Barrie, William, Reflective Leveller, 440 Barlow, James, Sewing Appa.ratus, 606 Barnes. I., Birmingham, Carriage Lamps, 432 Barrow, Robert, Slide Valve, 431
  • Barrow, .John, jun., Manufacture of Soda, &c., 377, 520
  • Barsham, J., Cases for Bottles and Jars, 501 Bartholomew, W. H., Propelling Vessels, 479 I3artleet, Robert Smith, Sewing Needles, 544 Barton, John, Shuttle Tongues, 376
  • Barter. Thomas, Vapour Baths, 440
  • Beech, John, and Edward Jeffreys, Suppoi ting Rails, 432
  • Bessemer, II., Manufacture of Iron and Steel, 437
  • Bessemer, H., Iron and Steel, 440, 4S0
  • Bessemer, H., Manufacture of Iron and Steel, 568
  • Rental], E. H., Cutting Turnips, 8v., 435 Bentall, E. H., Pulping Turnips, &c , 433 Bergeon, Pierre Louise, Spittoon, 364 Bearsdell, Isaac, Finishing Cloths, &c., 363 Betteley, Joseph, Ships' Knees, 431
  • Betteley, J., Iron for Ships' Knees, 597 Beasley, W , Rifle Barrels for Fire Arms. 436 Bergevin, A. M. Maurice de, Permanent Way of Railways, 432
  • Burleigh, Benjamin, Permanent Way of Railways. 458
  • Beamisb, John O'Meara, Morocco Leather, 468
  • Berlette, Henry, Roasting Coffee, 469 Bestwick, H., and J. TInry, Cocks, Taps. 458 Bergner, Theodore. Facing Surfaces of En. graved Plates, 469
  • Bergner, T.. Embossing Veneers. 46S Bennett, Thomas, and Wilfred Preston, Dug-dale, Spinning Machinery, 503
  • Beads. John, Spinning Cotton, Ste., 434 BGrard, P. 11. G., Artificial Flowers, 544 A6rard, P. H. G.. Waterproof Fabrics, 598 Bentley, J , Breech-loading Fire Arms, :63 Bernard, Ju;iaii. Machinery for Making Boots and Shoes, (01
  • Billinton, Preserving Wood, 600 Billing, Martin, and Frcd. Aug. Harwood, Paper Baas, 440
  • Killington, William, Treating 'Wooden Sleepers, 567
  • Binns, Joshua, Winding, Sizing, and BearnIn Yarns, 699
  • Birch, George Royds, Folding Desk, 436 Bird, Thos , and Thos. Rose, Castors, 544 Bird, Cr( gory, Building Compositions. 600 Blacken, Frank W ., Keys and Locks, 628 Blake, Obed., Nlanufacture of Glass. 604 Blackburn. Thomas, Spinning Cotton and Silk Waste, 600
  • Blackwell, Thomas Evans, Condensing, Cooling, and Heating Fluids. 479
  • Blackwell, '1'. E., l'reating Water for Brewers, CO5
  • Bleasdale, Richard Throstles, 468
  • Blittkortski, Gustay. Adolph., Repeating Fire Arms, 436
  • Buckley, Jame!, Looms, 431
  • Budden, W n3., Preparing Cheques, 605 Bufton, Edward, Marking Ink, 601
  • Bullard, W. Augustus, Fastening Doors, 463 Bullough, Adam, Lubricator for Looms, 363 Bullouph, A., Looms, GOO Bullotigb, W , Sizing Yarns. 433
  • Burton, Theophilus, Boiler Cleaner, 467 Burton, J. W., Ti eating Flax, Sic., 598 Burrell, Thomas \V ader, Water Power, 595 Burnside, James, Propelling and Steering Ships, 59s Bodmer, Louis Rudolph, Seed Crushinz, 439 Bodmer, Rudolph, Improved Planirneter, 377 Bodmer, R., Lubricating Oil, 468
  • Bonnard, Lodowiska, Hats and Bonnets, 6tH Booth, John BiWilton. and James Beckett, Preparing and Spinning Cotton, &es, 468 Bolden, George, and Charles Beaden, Show Tablets for Advertising, 605
  • Beatson, William, Treating Borates of Lime and Mapnesia, &e., 377
  • Beedgwood, Jesse, Wash.hand Basin!, G02 Billing, blarttn, an Walter George Whitehead, Waterproof Fabric, 363
  • Bousfield, Geo. Tomlinson, Cut Pile Fabric Machinery, 433
  • Bousfield, G. 1'., Splitting Leather, 439 Boustield, G. T., Piled Fabrics, 433
  • Bousfield, G. T., Treating Fats and Oils, 4S0 Bousfield, G. T., Power Looms, 520
  • Bousfleld, G. T., Moulding Planes, 601 Bolisfield, G T.. Roving Frames, 600
  • Borland, John Yuil, Preparing and Spinning Fibrous Materials, 520 13ouet, Rene Simon, and Henri Emile Isidore Douein, Preservation of Meat, 438 I3ouwens, Francois Jean, itotativo Steam Engine 396
  • Bower, Leonard, Screws, 504 11(mer:, AVilliam Henry, Construction of Itailt‘nys. 479
  • Buwra, M. E . AVaterprnof Garments, 436 Bowser, Jubn Carrick, Glove Fastenings, 602
  • Boyd, James Edward, Scythes, 503
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, Sand and Glass Papers, :;6.i Brooman, It. A.. Treating Beet Root, &c., 439 Broomall, It A., Excavating Machinery, 440 Brooman, R. A., Obtaining Alcohol, 469 Brit:IA-flan, R. A , Substitute for Hops in Brewing. 520
  • Brooman, It. A., Railway Switches, 191 Brooman, R. A., Cast Steel. 480
  • Brooman, It. A., "Freatint; Bituminous Shale. 514
  • Brooman, It . A., Ladies' Garments, 567 Brooman, it. A.. Creating a Vacuum, 556 Brooman, It. A.. Balance Slide Valves, 556 Brooman, V. A., Centrifugal Machinery, 596 Brooman, It A., Shaping Timber, 652
  • Brown, XV illiam, Cooking Utensils, 436 Brown, Gentle, Cast Steel, 411
  • Brown, Peter, and George Brown, Cleaning Grain, 435
  • Brown. P., and G. Brown, Ash Pan, 600 Brown. P., and G. Brown, Sizing and Stiffen. ing Textile Fabrics, 599
  • Brown, P., and G. Brown, Economising Fuel and Heat. COI Brown, David. and William Brown, Railway Switches. 513
  • Brown, David, Joining the Rails of Railways, 594
  • Browne, Benjamin, Spindles for Locks and Latches, 5-11
  • Browne, Oscar Shaw, Railway Signalling, •133 Brainbach, II., Making Essential Oils, •1-1U Brade, Abraham Gvrard, Recovering the Wool from Fabrics, 434
  • Brierley, John, Twisting and Doubling Ybrns, 532
  • Brierley, Wiliam, and J. P. 13rierley, Looms, 599
  • Brierley, Henry, Self-acting Mules, 599 Brook, C., and J. Hirst, Finishing Yarns, 520 Bromley, John, and William Adams, Porcelain Ovens, 602
  • Broadbent, John, and Stanley Peter Youle, Cutting nut Forms for Parasols, J:c , 43.6 Brooke, John, Lift Pumps, 604
  • Brooks, G. H., Stoves, &c., 568
  • Brunel, Bonnet Frederick, Prussian Blue, 603 Bryant, Jas., jun., Ite.burnirg Charcoal, 581
  • Cartwright, Joseph, Taps and Valves. 439 Calvert, John, Extracting Metals, 440 Chambers, Austen and Wm. Harrison Champion, Working Railway Breaks. 432 Chesterman, J., Knife Springs, 439
  • Chisholm, George, Artificial Manure, 376 Chalangv, Lipahr Mathurin, Corn Mills, 543 Chapman, William, Propelling Vessels, 432 Chance, Henry, Moulded Articles, 442 Chablin, Leon, and Antoine Hennique, Orna. menting Ceramic Products, 556
  • Charritie, J , and William Smith, Small Shot, 596
  • Chance, J. Timmins, Furnaces for Flattening Glass, 438
  • Chambor, J. A. Marie Touet, Fireplaces, 601
  • Chauchard, F., Paper and Pasteboard, 434
  • Chaffer, Thomas, and Jonah Ellis, Sawing and Cutting Slate, Stone, &c., 437, 337
  • Chapman, William, and John Henry Teager, Cooking A pparatus, 520
  • Chatwin, T. Turner, and John F. Chatwin, Buttons, 501
  • Chateauneuf, Grand de, Hydro-Pneunometric (;as Meter, 5:32
  • Chadburn, Alfred, Pressure Gauze, 652
  • Chappuis, Paul Emile, Double Reflective Looking Glasses, 601
  • Chrimcs, Richard, Buffers and Sprints, 597
  • Clarke, J., and J. Austin, Closing Bottles, Jars, &c., 504
  • Clibran, William, and Joseph Clibran, Regulating the Flow of Gar, -160
  • Clark, E., Suspending Insulated Wires, 458
  • Claus, C. F., I'reparation of Hides, 442
  • Claus, C. F., Metal Shipbuilding, Steam Boilers, Bridges, 6:c., 491
  • Clay, William, Iron and Steel, 438
  • Clay, NV., Bar Iron, 438
  • Capp, Thomas Parkinson, Lamp, 50 Carrington. S. It., Hats and Machinery, 436 Caunce, Robert, Mules, 599
  • Carey. Charles, Shower Baths, 556
  • Carey, C., Vessels and Filters, 581
  • Carey, C., Copying Presses, 556
  • Cave, Theodale, Oil Lamps, 504
  • Cantelo, W. J., Preservation of Vegetable Matters, 605
  • Carey, Charles, Omnibuses, 597
  • Carey, Stephen. Water Carts, 700
  • Chateatineuf, Hector Grand de, Washing and Bleaching Cloth, 412
  • Chenot, Alfred Louis Stanislas. and Eugene Charles Adrien Chenot, Eliminating Extraneous Substances from Steel Sponges, 442
  • Chenot, A. L. S , and E. C. A. Chenot, Sorting Ores, sc., 442
  • Chenot. A. L. S.. and E. C A. Chenot, Compressing Metallic Sponges, &c., 442
  • Chenot. A. L. S., and E. C. A. Chenot, Reduction of Metallic Oxides, 442
  • Chorley, Henry Brierly, Self-acting Mules, 599
  • Cornet, John, Mangle, 377
  • Cottrill, James Smith, Presses, 604
  • Clay, William, Bar Iron. 602
  • Clay, W., Switches and Crossings of Railways, 5.50
  • Clayton, Leonard, Dressing Yarn, 433
  • Clarke. Wm., St. Thomas, Ventilating, 440 Clark, William, Cutting Trousers, 520
  • Clarke. William, ‘Varp Fabrics, 503
  • Clark, Samuel, Lanterns, 364
  • Clarkson, T. C., Material for Pumps, &e., 432 Clayton, William, Soap, 603
  • Cliff, James, Cleansing Casks, 603
  • Cliff, James, Additions to Furnaces, 375 Clegg, S., and John Kay, Warping Yarns, 56S Cox, Stephen Fitchew, Leather, 504
  • Coxeter, James, Generating Steam, 431 Cowburn, Thomas, and George Walker Muir Boilers and Valves, 363
  • Collier, George, John Crossley. and J. W Crossley. Drying Woven Fabrics, 433 Cooke, H., Dyeing and Dressing Yarns, 56)4 Cook. James Edgar, Preserving Surfaces, 439 Cochrane, Alexander, Distributing Water and Se% age Matter, 376
  • Collins, John, Pulverising Land, 532
  • Corbett, Joseph, Tuy&es, 4.111
  • Cook, Thomas, Poi table Bedsteads, 532 Coates, George, Brattices for Coal Mines, 520 Coates, George, Horse Shoes. 375
  • Coates, Charles, Communicating Motion, C93 Cohen, B. S , Chimney Pieces. &c., 568
  • Cohen, B.S., Pen Holders, 556
  • Cocker, James, Wire, 438
  • Cockings, James S.. Envelopes, 5F0
  • Comstock, Jos. Jesse, Generating Steam, 431 Cottam, George Halleo, Exploding signals for Railways, 431
  • Cottam, George Hallen, and Henry Richard Cottam. Folding Bedsteads and Chairs. 437 Cottam, George Hallen, and Henry Richard Cottam, Chairs, Bedsteads, &c., 56S Cottam, S. F., Mules for Spinning, 433 Cswper, Charles, "1 reatment of Coal, 439 Cowper, Charles, Impregnating Wool, 480 Cowper, Charles, New Yarn, 62g Cowper, Edw. A., Combing of Wool, J.c , .133 Codde, L., Submarine Communication, 520 Collins, Robert, Agricultural linpleinciit, .:)+14
  • Corbitt, Williatn, and George Shaw, Buffer Bearing and Draw Springs, 567
  • Cope, David. Spoons, Forks, 580
  • Coulon, Louis Pierre, Type Distributing and Composing Machine, 605
  • Corntorth, lienry, Plated Teapots, &c., 601 Corner, John, Washing and Churning, 520 Cooper, George Pate, Shirt Collar, 50.1 Connor, Foster, Looms for Weaving, 532 Cranston, Hudson, Lozenges, 437
  • Cragie, Henry, Heating Apartments, 601 Crosland, Jas. Stead, Furnaces and Steam Generators, 62S Crozier, William, Extinction of Fire, 511 Crosley, William, and George Goldsmith, Wet Gas Meters, 602
  • Curtis, W. J., Excavating Land, 458
  • Curtis, \Vm. Joseph, Lubricating Axles, 597 Curtis, W. J., Fog Signals for Railways, 439 Cumming, It. D , Footstool and Hassock, 611
  • David, Pierre Isidor, Bleaching, 480
  • Dalgetty, Alexander, Vices, 441
  • Davies, George, Soldering Cast-iron, 605 Davis, R. W., and Davis, D., Vice, 438 Davy, Joseph, Looms for W eav ing, 593 Day, Richard Remsley, Fuel, 4
  • Day, J. R., Door Lock and Latch, 45S Davis, Robert, Tobacco-pipe Stems, (04 Davis, E. J., Food for Horses, &tc , 363 Davies, Edward, Milne Syers, and Charles Humphrey, Distilling Oily Matters, 43S Dalgetty, Alexander, Stilt for Casks, •142 Dannequin, Auguste Eugene, Waterproof Gar. ments, -158
  • D'Auvergne, J. P. J. H., 'Writing Desks, -137 Daft, Thomas Barnabas, Metallic and other Bedsteads, 580
  • Daniel, Alfred, Keys and Locks, 600
  • Dawson, Alfred, Converting Small Coals, -111 Dawson, William, Cutting Paper, 504 Darlington, John, Zinc or Spelter, 440 Darlington, George, Producing, Oxide of Zinc, .142
  • Defries, Moss, Supplying Oil to Lamps, 504 Deiss, Edouard, Extracting Oils, Ni- I)elperdange, Victor, Elastic Packing, -11() Demain, Joseph, Connecting Railway Carriages, 598
  • Dennet, Charles Frederick, and George Pays, Percussion Cap Pouches, 4s0
  • Destibeaux, Jean !lector, Waterproof Fabric, 434
  • Descos, Emile-Coullard Auhin. Consuming Smoke, 431
  • Dessales, Alexis Jean, Oil Lamps and Reflectors, 441
  • Devaux, A. C. L., Crushing Vegetables, 430 1)evaux, A. C. I. , Granaries, 568, 700
  • Deros, Francois, Tanning Hides, &c., 433
  • Dewar, 11 A., Transmitting Motion, 519
  • Dick, David, Gas Regulator, 376
  • Diment, James, Cement. 480
  • I)istin, W. A , Pipes for Smoking, 410
  • Dixon, Isaac, Propeller, 567
  • Doat. Victor, Galvanic Battery, 629
  • Dobell, Ebenezer, Lamp Glasses, 504
  • Dodge, Nathaniel Shattsvrell, Treating Vulcanised India Rubber, 434
  • Dodgeon, John, and James Wilson Bateson, Looms for Weaving, 468
  • Doran, Patrick, Pneumatic Apparatus, 433
  • Damery, Constant Jouffrov, Registering the Distance Travelled by Vehicles, 598
  • I)ortet, Jules, Padlock, 603
  • Douglas, G. Nicholas, Lighthouses, Ste., 376
  • Downie, John, Moulding Metals, 557
  • Dresser, Christopher, Nature Printing, 439
  • Dreschfeld, Wilhelm, Rollers Employed in Spinning, 434
  • Dray, W , Cartridge-box and Pouch. -158
  • Dring, David, Cutting Wood Pegs, 4-11
  • Drury, John, Steam- Boilers, 556
  • Drummond, William, Spring Hinges, 3G8
  • Dunnicliffe, J. D., and Stephen Bates, Lace and Weavings, 599
  • Dubos, Jean Charles Bertrand, Ele'ztro-Magnetic Apparatus, 629
  • Duckett, George, Carts and Vans, 458
  • Duckworth, Christopher, and T. Marsden, Woven Fabric, 598
  • Dumas, Joseph, Tiles, 5rol Mum, Thomas, Heating W ater and Genera t ing Steam, •131
  • I)uppa, T. Dtippa, Generating Steam, 363
  • Dasautov, A tiviiste, Cutting Cloth, 36t Dityck, James Edward, Oil Cake, -1:.40
  • Dyer, Samuel, Reefing Sails, 652
  • East, F. \V., Waterproof Fabrics, -1:t3 Edwards, F. Hovvorth, Railway Brakes, 567 Fives, J., Preparing Fibres from Plants, 603 Ellis, Charles, Spinning and Doubling, 599 Elce, John, and Samuel Fletcher Cottam, Lubricating Spindles, 468
  • Elliott, Eddlestone , Cyrus Leach, and James Ratcliffe, Spinning Wool, 5o3
  • Elliott, Geo., and W. W. Pattinson, Peroxide of Manganese, 629
  • Emanuel, Harry, Spoons, Forks, &c , 441 Emery, Francis Joseph, Arresting Descent of Cages in Shafts, 568
  • Emdey, John, Tube-Spinring Frames, 491 Enthoven, Frederick, Cover for Gunpov‘ der Canisters, 504
  • Erskine, J., New Material for Dressinz, 434 Evans, Evan, Fixing Railway Bars, 375
  • Exall, Satiing Machinery, 532 Eyre, Samuel, Portable Mirror, CO2
  • Fawcett, Francis Best, Manufacture of Carpets, -15S Fell, Thomas Mara, Ships' Cooking and Distilling Apparatus, 3C.7)
  • Fenton, Samuel, Locks and Fastenings, 135 Fernihough, James, Boil ere, &c., 431
  • Fernie, J., Steam and Hydraulic Hoist, 601 Field, John Kinsford, and Charles I lunafrey, Paraftne Candles, 504
  • Fisher, David, Machinery for Pressing and Cutting Tobacco, 441
  • Fisher, Samuel, Anchors, Shafting, Axles, .tc , 596
  • Fleming, James, Bleaching, Washing. &c 37i; Fleming, .lames, and George Fyle, Consumption of Smoke, 431
  • Fletcher, John, and William Fletcher, Weighing Cranes, 469
  • Flint, William Bragg, Fasteners for Shutters, (101
  • Fonhonne, Charles Alexandre de, Manufacture of Coke, (•., 532
  • Fonrobert, C. F. .;., Artificial Leech, -138 Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Jacquard Machine, 431
  • Font;sinemoreau, P. A. le Compte de, PrevenLion of Accidents on Railways, 432 Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Compte de, Nails, 441
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Compte de, Cica-Irking Preparation, 520
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A. le Compte de, Churns, 544
  • Fontainernoreau, P. A. le Compte de, Looms, 598
  • Fontainemoreau, P. A le Compte de, Saponification of Fatty Matters, 45S Fontainemorean, P. A. le Compte de, Measuring the Speed of Currents, 604
  • Forties, II. F.. Breech Loadinlf Fire Arms, 580 Ford, Alfred, Waterproofing Material, 439, 442 Foster, William, Looms, 599
  • Forster, George, Air Doors for Mine', 605
  • Fowler, John, Moving Ploughs, &c., 376 Fowler, J , Ploughing Land, 433
  • Fowler, John, jun., and David Greig, Ploughing and Tilling Land, 503
  • Fowler, John, jun., Bricks and Tiles, 568 Fowler, William, and William McCollin, Thrashing Machine. 435
  • Fowler, W., and W. McCollin, Portable Steam Engines, 699
  • Fox, S., Springs for Railway Carriages, 467 Foxwell, Daniel, Sewing Machines, 437 Francis, Henry, Cutting Garments, 376 Francis Joseph, Metallic Boats, 432
  • Francis, Alfred, Cement, 520
  • Freer, John, Planting Grain and Seed, 4S0 Freeland, Alexander Bankier, Preparation of Flour, -141
  • Friend, J W., Registering Log, &c , 363 Frow, Charles, Furnaces, 519
  • Fuller, William, Icepaile, 605
  • Fuller, William Coles, India Rubber Tyres, 597 Fuocke, C. F. P., Tanning Skins, 462
  • Galloway, William, and John Galloway, Steam Boilers, 699
  • Gardissal, C. D., Screw Top Valves. 603 Gardissal, C. D., Lighting Fires, 603 Gardissal, C. D., Preparation of Fabrics, 599 Gardissal, C. D., Ships' W indlasses, 567 Gardissal, C. D., Combining Resins with Oils for Candles, 601
  • Gardissal, C. 1).. Steam- Boilers, 595 Gardissal, C. 1)., Capstans, 567
  • Gardissal, C. D., Street Sweeping Machinery, 603
  • Gardner, James, Henry Gardner, and John Carey Gardner, Glasses for the Transmission of Light, 364
  • Garnett, J., Twisting and Reeling Yarn, 6';O Gatty Frederick Albert, Lake Colours, 440 Galloway, G. Bell, Propelling Vessels, 597 Gardner, Edward Vincent, Furnaces, 596 Gardner, K V., Heating and Drying. 442 Gauntlett, William Henry, Thermometric Apparatus, (01
  • Geering, H . Metallic Bedsteads, &c., 629 Gedge, John, Looms, 503
  • Gedge, J., Bending and Soldering Tin, 441 Gedge, J., Curry Combs, 504
  • Gedge, J , Syphons. 504
  • Gedge, J., Letters and Envelopes, 439 Gedge, J., Tiles, GO1
  • Gedge, J., Producing Colours, 501
  • Gedge, J., Preparation of Leather, G02 Gedge, J., Pumps, 301
  • Gedge, J„ Wrought Iron Wheels, 432 Gedge, J., Boots and Shoes, 43G Gerbaut, H., Manufacture of Vinegar. 4S1 Gerish, Francis William, Cast Hinges, 435 Getley, S., Supplying Water to Cisterns, 600 Gibson, C., Bricks, Tiles, Pipes, &c., 700 Gilhee, William Armand, Manufacture of Glass, 603
  • Gilchrist, W., Ornamental Weaving, 480 G;11ct-mdin, Sylvan Mathurin, Making Bread, 439
  • Gill, Richard, Flues. 375
  • Gimson, .John, and George Gimson, Steam Pipes for Heating and Drying, 441
  • Gizard, L. A., Matirasses, 568
  • Gladstone, S. P., Masts and Yards. 433 Glover, F. It. A., Measuring Angles and Surfaces, 438
  • Glover, Charles, Removing Snow from Railways, 375
  • Glover, Walter, Dampinz Fabrics, 599 Gordon, Alexander. Evaporating and Distilling Fluids, 652
  • Gossage, William, Sulphuric Acid. 629 Gossage, W., Manufacture of Soap. 4.12 Golding, George 6otts, Boilers for Raising Steam, 363
  • Gold, Stephen Johnson, Warming Buildings by Steam, 601
  • Goodman, W ., Knit or Looped Fabrics, 458 Goode, Samuel Jahez, Stoves, 437
  • Green, Charles Edmond, Tents and Camp 11 os pitals, 376
  • wynne, George, Fatty Bodies, 603
  • Guido. Adolphe, Cleansing, ‘Vashing, Scouring Wool, &c., 599
  • Guerinot, Pierre Emmanuel, Stopping Rail. way Trains, 433
  • Guidicelli, Joseph Marie, Transformation of Movement in Steam Engines, 479
  • Gulliver, George, and John Goldthorpe, Signal Bell, 481
  • Griffiths, James, Brake for Colliery Engines, 504
  • Grant, Frederick Daniel, Rendering Printing. ink Odoriferous, 501
  • Graham, John, Cleaning and Dressing Rice, &c., 520
  • Green, %% illiam, Ornamenting and Waterproofing Fabrics, 568
  • Gretton, John. Brewing, 442
  • Grey, Sir Charles Edward, Raising the Nap and Dressing Woollen Cloths. 363
  • Grice, Frederick, Bolts, Rivets, Machinery, &c., 604
  • Grist, John, Stavec for Casks, 439
  • Grey, Robert, Moulding Bricks, 435 Grocrennud, Pierre Louise, Furnaces for Melting. 533
  • Graham, William, Marine Compasses, 596 Graftianx, C. J., Rotary Steam Engines, 628 Greene, Henri, Locomotive Engines and Car. riages, 556
  • Greenshields, Thomas, Sleepers for Railways, 628
  • Greene, James Durell, Breech-loading Firearms. 480
  • Graves, John, and William Frederick Ilenson, Lubsicating Axles, 597
  • Gray. J., Steam-boilers, Furnaces, &c., 596 Greenwood, J., Heating Water, 519
  • Iladdan, John Coope, Omnibuses, .132
  • lladden, J., H., F. J., and C. S., Circular Frames, 433
  • Hahner, Chevalier Guillaume, Treatment of Ores, 568
  • Haines, F., Prevention of Vibration, 436 Haichais. C. Jean le Melorei (IC la, Paving, 600 Hale, William, Propelling Boats, 479
  • Hale, Geo. John Christian Erard, Stoves, 435 Hallen, Ed., and Wm. Holland Kingston, Communicating on Railways, 432
  • Flail, John Bishop, Treating Pictures. 589 I lall, W., Retarding the Way of Ships, 598 Halliwell, Robert, Self-acting Mules, 599 Hamiltou, John, juo., Posts for Electric Telegraphs, 437
  • Hamilton, John, jun., Permanent Way of Railways, 432
  • Hamilton, George, Weirzhing, Apparatus, 440 Hansor, James, Gas, 602
  • Hanson, Conrad, Abben and Wormald, jun., Signal Lamps, 440
  • Hannah, B., Pottery Kilns, 544
  • Hardacre, Jas., Carriages and Wheels, 62S Harding, Gustavus Palmer, Cloth Bonnets, 700
  • Hargreaves, James, Dyeing Fabrics, 599 Hart, Charles, Portable Steam-engines, 435
  • Hartcliffe, W., Weighting Rollers for Spinning Machinery, 363
  • Hamilton, John, Printing Surfaces, 604 Hancock, Richard, Cleansing and Sepurating Ores. 363
  • Harrop, Lewis, Samuel Barlow, and Alexander Boyd, Self-acting Mules, 433 Harrison, James, Producing Cold, 603
  • Harrison, George, and NVilliam Mitchell, Roving, Spinning, and Winding Fibrous Materials. 363
  • Harrison, Jas., Distilling, &c , in Vacuo, 603 Harrison, George, Axles fur Railway Carriages, 479
  • Harrison, Joseph, and John Oddie, Machines for Winding Yarn, 434
  • Harrison, C. W., Transmitting Communications, 41
  • Harvey, George. Portfolios, 439
  • Hawkins, J. B., Couches or Sofas 544
  • Haworth, I'., and A. Forest, Belts, Braces, &c., 376
  • Hawthorn, it., and Wm. Hawthorn, Steam Pump, 520
  • Hayes, W. B., Looms for Weaving, 598 Hazard Robert, Heat Extractor. 596
  • Heaton, Thomas, Doors and Gates, 580 Heaven, Alfred and William Booth, Em. broidering Fabrics, 434
  • Heegaad, Anker, Flues, 440
  • I ieilman. Caesar, Furnaces, 375
  • llely, A. A. de Reginald, Burning Gas, 453 Helmsley, Wm., Elastic Pile Fabrics, 433 Henderson, H., Stop Cocks or Valves. 603 Henderson, Henry, Water Closets, 601 Henn, S., and T. Haddon, Heads of Nails, 503 Herbelot, Armand Louis Andre, Obtaining Continual Motive Power. 596
  • Herbert, Jane Ann, Extractirg Colouring Matter from Vegetable Substances, &c., 410 Hill, T. Steam Boilers and Furnaces, 628 Heywood, Jobn Sharp Cromartie, and George Lloyd, Condensing Vapours. 504
  • Heywood, Bennett Johns, Holder for Leads, &c., 520
  • Heywood Edwin, Generating Steam, 596 Hewitson, W. W., Castinr,et Bearings, 480 Heyns, Patrick, Railway Wheels, 598
  • Hicks, James Stoves, 600
  • Hick, John, James, 628
  • Hills, Frank Clarke, Economisin; Fuel, 439 Hills, G., Treating Fatty Substances, 580 Hill, Allen Levinston, Furnaces, 567
  • Hilliard, H., Articles of Cutlery, 43T Hive, Henry George, Perambulators, 597 Hinchcliffe, Thomas, thawing and Spinning Wool, 468
  • Hindle Henry, Regulating the Flow of Steam or Gas, 440
  • Rinks, J., and Geo. Wells, Metallic Pens, 581) Hitt, Thomas, Converting Reciprocating ,int.) Rotary Motion, 431
  • Homan, Julius, Driving Se‘linf, Machines, 520 'lodges, John Edward, Looped Fabrics, 543 Hodges, John Edward, Looped Fabrics, 567 Hodge, P. R., Lighting Fires, 544
  • Horsfall, Thomas, and William Turnbull, Preparing Hemp. 434
  • Hogg, James, jun., Envelopes, &c., 481
  • Howard. James, Moulds for Castings, 469
  • Holling worth, T., Cleaning Rags, C05
  • Ilorner, Henry, and Richard Bagley, Buffers and Springs, 567
  • Hom fray, George, Furnaces, 59C Holmes, Frederick hale, Magncto.Electro Machines, 532
  • Hodgkinson, Henry, Bleaching Cotton, Linen, &c., 491
  • Holford, Henry, and Mark Macon, Rivets, Bolts, &c.. 442
  • Hopkinson. Joseph, jun., Steam Boi:er Apparatus, 431
  • Holdway, Frederick, Carriages, 375
  • Holmes, Thomas, Driving Stripi, 439
  • Hooper, George Norgate,and \\ illiani Hooper, Springs for Carriages. Isc., 458
  • Hoole, Henry Elliott, Stove Grates, 435
  • Holcroft, George, and James Peacock, Fencing Shafts, 441
  • Horsley, John, Quinine, &c., 438
  • Hughes, Bernard, Machine for Making Spokes and Tool Handles, 438
  • Hurlield, AVilliam Horatio. Metallic Screw Nuts, 480
  • Hostage, Joseph, Thomas !lives Bray no Hostage, and John Tutlock, Rath% ay Chairs, 432
  • Homersham, William Collett, Preparation of Hemp, &e., 434
  • Howell, F. B., Making Corks, 360
  • Hoge, James, and Jahn Napter, Stereotyping, 604
  • Hodges, J. E., Looped Fabrics, 543
  • Holden, Jonathan, Cutting Wood, 441
  • Holcroft, George, Joseph Smith, and Thomas Holcroft, Preparing Cotton, Itc., 438
  • Httdstsn, Charles Henry, Lid for Boxes, 458
  • Hudson, Thomas, Furnaces, 431
  • Hughes, Bernard, Motive Power, 363
  • Hughes, Bernard, Sewing Machines, 438
  • Huillard, Jean Lv.uis Ambroise, Dressing Textile Fabrics, 434
  • Hulme, Charles, Samuel Tvers, and John Yardley, Power Looms, 600
  • Humaston, John Pierrepont, Telegraph Mes. sages, 36.1
  • Hunt, Edmund, Hansom Ca::s, SOS Hurst, Thomas, Connecting the Rails of Railways, 433
  • Husband, Ittchard, Hats, 563
  • Hutchinson, Edward Brown, Cutting Eliptical Figures, 438
  • Hymns, Jacob Hyam. Gas Meters, 480
  • Ilyckert, Frans Victor Oscar, Heating, 438
  • Hyde, hiram, Purifying Spirits, 438
  • Iles, Charles, Pointing Hair L'ins, 520
  • orth, William, Printing China, 602
  • I w. John, Pressure Gauge, 457
  • I George Henry, and George Oscar Shaw Browne, Railway Signalling. 432
  • Inglis, Alexander, Flexible Bottles, 532
  • Jahlonowski, Felix Pruss, Chromo-lithoom-phic Painting, 468
  • Jackson, C. S., Preserving and Disinfecting Timber, 501
  • Jackson, Luke Duncan, Combining Air and Water as a Power, 532
  • Jackson, George, Steam Boiler. 596
  • Jackson, Jas., Releasing Cords of Blinds. 436 Jarvis, C.. and T. Clare, Deyton, Kilns. 440 Jeacock, Thomas, Knitting Machinery, 600 Jean, Victor Adolph Martin, and M. E. Martin, Grease Box. 440
  • Jeffree, John Lobb, Furnaces, 375
  • Jeffreys, J., Instruments for Aiding' Respiration, 605
  • Jeffries, Thomas, Cooking Stoves, 601
  • Jennings, F. M., Bleaching Vegetable Fibre:, 468
  • Jennings, J. G., Suction Valves. &c., 430 Jennings, Josiah George, Overflow Pipes, 364 Jennings, W. H., Guns, 503
  • Jennings, Josiah George, Pumps, 605
  • Jenkins, W., Rollers for Calico Printing. 599 Julienne, A. M , Breaks for Railways, 433 Johnson, John Henry, Safety Paper, 438 Johnson, John Henry, Furnaces, 363
  • Johnson, John Henry, Tillers, 363
  • Johnson, J. H., Facilitating Performance on Organs, &c., 436
  • Johnson, John Henry, Application of Air to Motive Power, 375
  • Johnson, J. II., Looms for 'Weaving, 543 Johnston, W. O., and John Dixon, Cutting and Working Coal, 504
  • Johnson, J. F I., Breech Loading Firo Arms, .136 Johnson, J. H., Cards for Jacquard Mechaulb111, 434
  • Johnson, J. H , Railway Brakes, 432
  • Johnson, J. II , Weaving by Electric Power, 599 ' .10111).011,1 11., Printing Telegraphs, 544 John‘on, J. H., Air Beds. 431
  • Johnson, J. 11., Compressed Air Locomotive. 431
  • Johnson, J. H., Gas Burners, -137
  • Johnson, J. 11., Treatment of Fatty Substances, 441
  • Johnson, J H.. Lubricating Bearings, 504 Johnson. J. H., Treatment of Hard India-rubber, 532
  • Johnson, J II., Steam Engines, 491
  • Johnson, J H Fountain Pens, 491
  • Johnson, J. H.. Raising Nap or Pile, 599 Johnson, J. H., Tyres, 598
  • Johnson, J. H., Cleansing and Ilulling Grain. 580
  • Johnson, J. H., Anchors, 652
  • Johnston, ‘Villimp Oliver, Water Indicator,431 Johnson, Edward Daniel, Watches, 364 Johnson, NV . Beckett. Boilers and Engines, 375 Jones, It. 1:41.i.r, Cooking Apparatus. 504 Jones. Mo.c., William Broad Rowe, and NVilliam !'erring, Ranges, 480
  • Jones. David, Motive Power, 503
  • Jones, John. and A. C. Shirreff, Rotary Motive Power, 567
  • Jones, James. Railway Chairs. 597
  • Jopling, Thomas Taeorson. Water Meter, .532 Joubert, Charles Catherine, and Leon Andre Bordier. Motive Power Engines. 457
  • Joule. James Prescott, Steam Engines. 519 Jewett, Henry Alfred, Rails for Railways, .167 Jowett, Henry Alfred, Railway Brakes and Carriages, -158
  • Joyeux, Louis Aucuste, Motive Power, 503 Jukes, John, Furnace Bars, 567
  • Kale, Henry Griffith, Measuring Fluids, 441 Kammerer. Raymond, and Charles Brewer. Electric Clocks, 457
  • Kacelowsky, Ferdinand, Winding Yarns, 5.13 Kay. Richard Dugdale, Fabrics, 568
  • Kaberrv, Leonard, and Aaron Horselleld, NIoulding, 605
  • Kennedy, Myles, and Thomas Eastwood, Pump Buckets. 439
  • Key, T., Knife Cleaning Machine, 437, 410 Kersey. Frederick, Drain Pipes, 503
  • Kecliten, Philipp, New Harpoon, 411
  • Keller, Gustave Louis, Travelling Bag, 501 Ker, Matthew, Sweeping Floors, 458
  • Kershaw, J., Preventing Explosion, 431 Kerney, Frederick. Drain l'ipes, 435 Kenworthv, William, Self- Acting Mules. 4G8 King, II. S., Printing and Embossing, 442 Kitinibiirgli, John, Moulding or Shaping Metals, 442
  • Kisch, B., Arrangement of Cards or Papers, 604
  • Knight, Richard, Medical Chests, 480
  • Knight. W., cutting Materials for Dress, 301 Knowles, James, Mi.tallic Pistons, 491
  • Krupp, Alfred, Guns and Carriages, 435 Krupp. Alfred. Railway Wheels. 362
  • Ky;e, 1). Dunne, Communicating Motion, 375
  • Lacey. Augustus Dacre, Agricultural Machinery, 599
  • Lackorsteen, James Frederick, Prevention of Collisions on Railways, 432
  • Ladmore, Edw., Securing Ramrods, 436
  • Lakin, Robert, John Thomson, Edward Gor. rard Fetton. and Frederick Alexander Felton, Spinning Cotton, 652
  • Lacy. A. 1)., Delivery of Mail Bags from Railway Carriages. 59T Laming, Richard, Purifying Gas, 480
  • Lange, William, Biscuit Ovens. 439 Lancaster, William Henry, and James Smith, Generation of Heat, 431
  • Latta. Antoine, Preparing Gutt* Pemba, 371 Laporte, Etienne, New Materials for Bougie., Candles, &c . 603
  • Law, Henry, Slips for the Repair of Ships, 441 Last, Samuel, Trunks, 532
  • Lewes, Thomas, Tilting Land, 624
  • Lazio°, Henry, Adjusting Circular Saws, &c., 604
  • Lambert, Thomas, Regulating Water. &c, 544 Lawson, Edward. and George Jennings, ReeL ing Machines, 434
  • Lamb, Andrew, and J. Ronald, Sbips,Ice.. 457 Laxton, Henry, Apparatus for Increasing the Buoyancy of Ships. 597
  • Leach, Edmund, James Leach, and Edmund Leach, Preparing. Spinning, and Drying Yarns. 491
  • Lean. Geo., and Robt. Thompson, Weaving, 376
  • Lees, Silvester, and Edward Lees, and George Hy. Newton, Spinning and Doubling. 433 Legrand, Gabriel Marie, Graining and Chcquering Skins, 520
  • Leitch, James, Filtering Sugars, &c., 438 Leitch, Jas.., Melting and Filtering Sugars, 437 Leigh, J., Sizing, Stiffening, Cotton, ac., 599
  • Leighton, Jno., 563
  • Levy, Reuben. Wearing Apparel. 364
  • Lewis. John William, Picker for Looms, .576
  • Locke, George Baring, Signalling Trains in Motion, 432
  • Lodge, George, John Ogden, and George Lodge, Consumption of Smoke, 532
  • Logan, James, Pumps, 544
  • Lowe. David. Knitting Machinery. 599
  • Looker, B.. Mark for Burial Grounds. 603
  • Longbottom. Abram, Lighting and Ventilating Mines, 605
  • Longridge, James Atkinson, Construction of Ordnance. 436
  • Longbottorn, Abram, and William Longmaid, Generating and Heating Steam, 431
  • Loveridge, lienrr, Baths. 504
  • Li ley 2 , Jcneph, Slidlog Tube for Candles, &c.,o 60
  • Lillie, Sir John Scott. Guns, Fire-arms, 436
  • Lister, Samuel Cunliffe, Spinning, 600
  • Lister, Samuel Cunliffe, Weaving, 600
  • Little, John, Cooking Apparatus. 438
  • Little, %% illiam, Paraniiie Lamps. 605
  • Lindsay. Robert Baird, Removing Scale from Flues, 596
  • Lister, Samuel Cunliffe, and William Tongue, Combing Work, &c., 433
  • Luntley, John. New Fabric, 600
  • Lurig, George. Saltpetre, 605
  • Lyall, James Sassier, Carriages. 432
  • Lynn, William, Applying Screws for Propel. ling Vessels, 479
  • Lloyd, Edward, Valves, 432
  • Lloyd, David, Washing Minerals, r,u;
  • Maclure. Andrew, Lithographic Printing Presses. 433
  • Magnus. LazarusSimon, Coke, 606
  • Marsden. Charle!, Ventilating Tunnels, Mines, &c.,4.0
  • Marsh. John, Looped and Pile Fabrics, 363
  • May,;Charles, and Edward Alfred Cowper, Combing Wool, &c , 376
  • Martin, Edward. Cricket bats, 480
  • Mather, Colin, and Charles Millward, Gauges. 431
  • Malteste, Anne Emilie, Shirts, 436
  • Markett, John. Etivelopcs. 544
  • Marshall. W., Rolling Iron for Gun Barrels and Tubrs, 436
  • Marzolo, J., Printing Musical Notes, 436
  • Marzolo. Joseph, Mechanism Reproductive of Movement', 520
  • Marsh. James. Working Valves, 431
  • Marsh, James, Fusible Plugs and Furnaces, 500
  • Margesson, P. D , Manufacture of Iron, 532 Maggs, Oliver, Straw Shaking Apparatus. 543 Manceaux, Francois Jules, Fire-arms. 436 Maynard, Robert, Cutting Agricultural Produce. 520
  • Mais‘iatt, J. H. M., Projectiles, 480
  • Marsh, John, Fire-grates, 601
  • Martin. George. and Alfred Lodwick Newman. Punt', ing Animal Fibres, 695
  • Manithan, William, Starch, 605
  • Martien, J. C'.. Manufacture of Iron, 604
  • Mapple, Henry, Barometers, 700
  • Middison, William, Telegraph Signals, 597
  • Marcus, Philip, Furnaces, 543
  • Makin. Thomas William, and John Barnsley, Embossing Moire Antique Water on Fubrici, 600
  • Macpherson, Allan, Obtaining Motive Power, 457
  • MeEnvoT, Henry, Locks. Latches. &c., 441 Das id, Electric Telegraph•, 377 McDo:igall, A., Treating Bones for Manure, 458
  • McFarlane, ‘Valter. Fittings in Metal, 480 McGrezor. Peter, and Thomas blarquis, Tiarostles. 599
  • McLean, J., Preparing Textile Fabrics, 599 Mr.ure, Liana. ‘Vatelies, 605
  • Meacock, James, Gas Meters, 468
  • Mesenger. Thomas Goode. Bolter, 503 Merrett, W. G., *frowners and Drawers, 504 Meyer, J. J. M., Manufacturing Baok Notes, 4.41
  • Meyer. J. C.. Rolling Metal, 4S0
  • Mellor, J., Grates Applicable to Sewers. 700 Moliptew, T., and J. Doxnury„ Shuttles, GOO Meyer, Johan Jacob, Nlortisinz, Tenoning, Mouldinz, Grooving, &c., 700
  • Mellor. Samuel, and Thomas Young, Supplying Water to Boilers, 596
  • Meyer, John Conrad, 603
  • Merrell, Ordnance and Fire-arms, 361 Middleton, Simnel, Rollers for Spinning Machinery, 434
  • Miderhas, Frederick George, Apparatus for Drawing off Water, 604
  • Mitchell, John, Apparatus for Washing Ores, .';•q)
  • Mills, John, Slide Valves, 470
  • Miller, B. I-S.. Ventilators, 458
  • Midgley, Robert, and George Collier, Prepay.. ing Fahric4, 375
  • Mitchell, Henry Fort. William Mitchell, and John ClArkton, Sewing; Machines. 480 Miller, Hobert Frederick, Omnibus, 520 Mills. Thomas, Looped Fabrics, 458
  • Mills, James, Spindles, 598
  • Moll, Isaac, Treatment of Sulphate Alumina, 504
  • Moseley. Joseph. Transport of Goods. 432 Morgan, Richard, Safety Purse, 580
  • Morgan. Charles, and Charles R. Vickerman, Fuel. 514
  • Moate, Chas. Robert, Sustaining the Rails of Railways, 45;
  • Moffat, John. Metallic Spoons, Forks, &c..3;7 Morris, Ephraim, Machinery fur Raising Weights, 69.i Morrison. R., Pile.dririnz Machinery, 532 Motny. Cyprien Marie 'reAsia du, and Jean Jacques Fontaine. Treating Cast-iron, 541 Moutrie, William Frederic Collard, Damper Action of Pianofortes, 430
  • Morewood, Edmund, and George Rogers, Drying and Coating Iron and Copper, 480 Moore, William Henry, Candles, 634
  • Moore, Thomas, Winnowing Corn, 628 Mowbray, Frederic W illiam. Machinery for Spinning and Doubling, 51)3
  • Morel. Claude, Rotary Stearn Engines. 596 Morrell. George Frederick, Railway Chairs, 598
  • Morton, Arnold, Hanging:, CO!
  • Morton. Arnold, Paint. and Pigments, 601 Murdoch, James, Embroidery, 376
  • Murdoch, James, Extraction of Oil, 438 Muratori, Christophe, Waterproofing Stuffs, 416i Muir, William, Slide Lathes. 504
  • Murrell, Owen, Swing Lookin; Glasses. 437 Murgatroyd. Joshua, Steam Boilers, 303 31uschamp, William, Manufacture of Paper, CO3
  • Murray. George, Manufacture of Wheels for Locomotives, 5:c., 567
  • Murdoch. James, Cut Velvets.599
  • Murphy. John, Stopping Vehicles, .S97
  • Myers, E twat& Buffers, 432
  • M)ers, Isaac, and George Myers, Fire Lighter, 605
  • Napier, (:co.. and John Millar, Manufacture of Gas. 629
  • Napier, O., Raising and Lowering Boat, 433 Napier. George, and John Miller, Driving Screw Propelltrs, 458
  • Napier, George, Flues, 431
  • Napier, George. Itailwav Breaks, 458 Nascnyth. James. and Herbert Minton. Tiles, Brick', &c., 601
  • Naar, William, Folding Furniture, 628 Newman. William Henry, Fire Lighter, 438 Newton, Alfred Vincent, Cannon, 436 Newton, A. V., Separating Substances, 530 Newton, A. V., Securing Sheets of Paper, 604 Newton, A. V., Hats, 361
  • Newton, A. V., Land and Water Propulsion, 431
  • Newton, A. V., Curing Meats, Sze., 440 Newton, A. V., %Vashing Machines. 364 Newton, A. V., Iron Rods, Shafts, Tubes, &c., 440
  • Newton. A. V., Bolts, 438
  • Newton, A. V., ('hanging Motion. 491 Newton, A. V.. Grate Bars, 596
  • Newton. A. V., Railroad Carriage Springs, 467 Newton, A. V., Ascertaining Gradients, 603 Newton, A. V., Air Engine, 580
  • Newton, A. V.. Folding Paper. 64)3
  • Newton, A. V.. FIre.arms and Powder Flasks, 580
  • Newton, A. V., Rotary Eogines and Pump. 496
  • Newton, A. V . Obtaining Purified Oil from Coal. .&.. 605
  • Newton, A. V., Felting Hat Bodies, 602 Newton. William Edward. Couplings for Rail. way Carriages, ite., 597
  • Newton, W. E.. Dias Furnace, 604
  • Newton, W. E., Removing Snow from Rail. roads, 699
  • Newton, W. E., Zinc. 480
  • Newton, W. E., Exploring under Water, 603 Newton, W. E., Painted or Enamelled Cloth, 652
  • Newton. W. E . Manufacturing Steel. t:01 Newton, %V. E., Crane., 602
  • Newton, W. E , Phosphoric Acid. 700 Newton, W. E., Raising Sunken Vessels, 504 Newton, W. E., Machinery for Making Boots and Shoes, 504
  • Newton, W. E., Separating Gold, Ste., from the Ores. 56i Newton. W. E., Polishing (lass. kgc.. 700 Newton. W. E.. Macerating Substances for Distillation. 629
  • Newton, W. E., Fire.armi, 46s Newton, W. E., Tanning. 439
  • Needham, Wm., and Jas. Kite, Expressing Liquids, 365, 442
  • Neuenschwander, Johannes, Swiss Whey from Milk, 377
  • Neuburger, A., Extraction of Oil;.556
  • Nevfalli 11.8., Telegraphic Insulators,;i60
  • Neilson. Walter, Locomotive Engine', 1;2s Neale, VAw. : t ..an.ttoori. 410
  • Newman, James, and Whittle, MA, and Eyes. 376
  • Newman, James, and William Whittle, Irtbn Shafting. -i:t Nickels, C., and J. Hobson. Pile Fabric', 433 Nickels, C., and J. Robson, ‘V easing Curpets. 690
  • Nicholls, William. Boots and Shoe4, (01
  • Nicoulland, Pierre T. Furnaces .131 Nunn, William, Table, Washstand, and Mirror combined, 364
  • Nimmo, Wm., Manufacture of Textile Fa. brit's, 599
  • Nolet. P. D., Pen Holders, 532
  • Normanby, Louis, Constructing and Fixing the Rails of Hallways, 491
  • Normand, Cll.'s. Iteuj., Steam Engines. 513 NormAnd.C11.1%. H., Steam Boilers, .S95 Norminton. E. N., Railway Grease. &c..6a5 Norris. Stephen. Boots and Shoes, 437
  • Norris. W., anal It. King, Anchors, 693 North, Robert Samuel, and Ralph Peacock, Piston Packings, 131 011'hliit, C. F., Rotary Steam Engine, 3G3 ()Milani, William, Cement. 56S (Miry. W. 11., Photographic Impressions, 533 Onions, John, Manufacture of Iron. 441, 533 Oudry, C. F. 1,., l'resArvation of Metals, .110 Owen, W., Midway Wheels and Tyres, 432 Owen, W., Attaching Buttons, 002
  • Owen, W., Pianoforte", 437
  • O's en, W., Store?, .135
  • Palmer, C. It. N., Signal Apparatus. 507 Palmer. T., Box and Valve for Pumps, 580 Parry, O., Puddlinir and Refiniog Iran, 520 Parker, Charles, 1% lading Yarns, 599
  • Parker, Fred., Apparatus for Exercising the Body, 481
  • Parnell, M. L., Construction of Locks, 458 Parsons, W., Spindles for Locks and Latches, 468
  • Parsons. C. F., Bleaching, &c. 598 Parkhurst, S. R., Rigging for Vessels, 479
  • Parket, C. L., Paste for Paper. Pasteboard, 440
  • Paterson, A, J., Hawsers used in Towing, 652 Paterson, John. Paper, 604
  • Pauling, Richard Clarke, Expelling Water from Vessels, 451
  • Peak, Joseph, Pointing and Turning Bolt Heads, 441
  • Pegg, Joseph, Steering Apparatus, 596 Penrice, II. N., Driving Galleries through Rock, 603
  • Penrinaud, Jean, Dressing Silks, 699 Perpigna. Antoine. Coke, 635
  • Perriog, J. Shae, Chairs for Railways, 598 Petitpierre, II.. Sawing or Cutting Stone, 568 Pettitt. K. Preparing Cotton, 598
  • Pettit, Simon, Buoying Vessels, 431
  • Petit, George Brooks, and Henry Fly Smith, Gas Heating Apparatus, 437
  • Pfnor, F. It Looms for Weaving, 520 Philp, Richard, Paddle.wheels, 543
  • Phileox, O.. Fingering the Pianoforte, &c., 436
  • Phillippi, William. Coating Iron, 438 Pickeriror, Edward, Permanent Way of Rail. ways, 432
  • Pietroni. C., Printing on Cloth, 434
  • Pilling, William, Treatment of Yarns, 652 Pitt, W., and E. T. Davis. Castors, &c., 563 Pittman, J. T.. Sacchari6cation of Starch, 440 "%none, Charles Dumas Auguste Joseph, Manufacture of Fecula, 553
  • Platt, J , Spinning Doubling Machinery, .'.6TPlatt, John, and John Whitaker, Doubling or Twining Yarns, 434
  • Plunkett, W. O., and John flower, Fibres, 363
  • Pochin, H. D., Aluminous and Siliceous Compounds, 544
  • Pockson, J., Hoofing and other Tiles, 43S Poltevin. A. L.. Photo-oaphic Printing, 438 Poitiers, Edward, Bruihe., 544, 606
  • Pollak, Adolf, Fusee, 441
  • Polo, William, and Fred. Wan. Ritson, Rail. way Wheels. 432
  • Pontifex, Edmund Alfred, Furnaces, 365 Pontifex, Edmund Alfred, Manufacture of Tartaric and Citric Acids, Stc., 568 Pontifex, E. 1., and William Needham, Primings used for Preparing Canvas, Wood, Ire., 600
  • Porter, T., Looms for Weaving, 598
  • Powell, R., Making up Cotton, Linen, sc., GO1
  • Pope, Abraham, Manufacture of Iron, Cop. per. /cc., 442
  • Pollak, A., Treating Waste Oily Matters, 411 Prades, Peter de, Wheelbarrows. 596 Prangley, W., Fingering Musical Instrument', 411
  • Pratt. II., Flour and Bread Machinery, 520 Prestarge, F., Locomotive Engines, 153 Preston, F., Shaping and Rolling Metal, 4.:18 Preston, F., Military Small arms, 436 Priestley. Red., Pianofortes, 602
  • Price, D. L., Electric Telegraphs, 377
  • Prince. Alex., Steel Pens. 603
  • Puls, Francis, Galvanic Batteries, 556
  • Radcliffe, John, and Thomas Vickers Fare11, Apparatus for Cutting Sugar, 438
  • !tadley, William, Treating Auriferous Rocks, &c .112
  • Itickett, Thomas, Pres‘ure Gauges, 377
  • ltudin, Rogers, Printing Fabrics with Gold, 363
  • Rawlings, John. Envelope Cases. 468 Randolph, Charles, and John Elder, Marine Engines, 58)
  • Haywood. Robert. Railways, 699
  • Rankin. Patrick Scott, Transmitting Motive Power, 567
  • Ramer, Charles William, Permanent Ways of Railways, 597
  • Ransom,. James Allen. and George Arthur Biddell, Railway Bars and Flaneli Bearers, b97
  • Ramsbotham, Henry Hobert, and William Brown, Combing Wool, &c., 4S11
  • Redfern, Herbert, Skates, 4b6
  • Render, Henry, Lubricating Material. 412 Reading, John. Fastenings for Attaching Watch.keys, SD Reckitt, Isaac, George Reckitt, and Francis Reckitt. Starch, British Gum. bcc.. 520 Restell, Thomas, Appendages for Doors. 468 Rees, G., Ornamental Surfaces on Glass, 568 Richardson, George, Chain Cables.365 Richardson, Thomas, and George William JaIrreys, Marine Steam Engines. 596 Richoux, la. A. R, Clock Works. 437
  • Rice. James, and William Rice, Breech. Loading Guns and Rifles, 601
  • Richardson, Robert, Railway Switches, 598 Rippon, John James, Rollers for Printing Fabrics, 599
  • Richard, Louis J.. Sugar Manufacture, 568 Riddell, Joseph Hadley, Stoves, 700 Rovrchtfe, Edward, Building Slabs, 364 Rochette, Andre Prosper, Treating Soap.suds, 501
  • Robinson, Elisha Smith, Lithographic Print. log, 468
  • Rothwell, Charles, Self-acting Mules, 434 Rosenborg, C. T., Cblua Glass, 544 Robertson, A., Canisters for Dry Goods, 441 Robertson, James, Transmitting Power, 667
  • Robert. Jean Jules, Extracting Grease from Vnter, 580
  • Roberts, John, Ornamental Tiles, 600 Roberts. R.. Omnibuses and Carriages, 597 Roberts. William, l'urn1)`, 603
  • Robertson, Charles, Mariners' Compasses, 432 Robertson, Patrick, ‘Veaving, GOO Robertson, S., and James Howden, Driving Piles, 4GS Rock, James, jun., Carriages, 597
  • Rowley, Edward, and John Hadley, Shaping Iron, 580
  • Routledge, William, Steam Boilers, 596 Robinson, J., R. CtinIiiTe. and Joseph Anthony Ilet, Locomotives, 431
  • RoAenbe!g, B., Protecting Metallic Surfaces, 365
  • Rmsett, 'William, Lifting 1Veiglits, 439 Robert, Jean Jules, Fabrication of Beet.root, 439
  • lto.4, G., and T. Wilkes, Bolts, Rivets, Sm., 439
  • Boutledge, William, Va;ves, 440
  • Ruston, It., Anchors and Appendages. 363 Ramvbotham, John, and Charles Dickinson, Measuring Water, 437
  • Ru:ilen, F., Fuel, 544
  • Ryder, John Northcote, Slide Valves, 543
  • Sagroy, Jean B. Emile, Railway Brake, 375
  • Salter, Joseph, Ventilating, 376
  • Sanders, Josiah, Trusses, 364
  • Santy, Charles Victor de, Preventing Fouling of Fire-arms, 458
  • Savory, ‘Villiam, and llenry Arkell, Apparatug for the Passage of Water, , 5Q1 Sautelet, Emile Constantin Fritz, Tanning, 410
  • Sawyer, Sylvsnus, Bombshells, 376
  • Salomon, Paul Marie, J. L. Montittitan, and C. M. J. 1)e Herr, Manufacture of bias, 364 Samuels, S. Rodgers, Weaving Fabrics. .52V Samuelson, Martin, Screw Propellers, 5./0 Sangster, William, Umbrellas and Parasols 520
  • Sangster, Wm., Stays and Corsets, Xi Samain, Pierre, Levelling Instrument, 441 Samain, Pierre, Tables, Stools, lac., 437 Savage, W. P., Drilling and Rolling Land. GOO Samuel, James, and John Nichukon, Steam and Vapour Engines, 596
  • Sands, Alexander, Securing Rails in Railway Chairs, 597
  • Sellars, H. L., and J. Littler Talbott, Mea-sin log Grain, 376
  • Scott, John W illiam, Fastening Buttons. 5i0 Scott. Uriab, Public Carriages. 009
  • Schischkar, Edward, Halifax, Dyeing and Colouring Wools. &c., 458
  • Schlesinger, J. W., Using Emery, Sic, on Linen, 440
  • Schloss, Joseph. a Piston Bolt, 43S Schafer, Philipp, and Frederic Schafer, Damping Gummed Stamps, 520
  • Schaeffer. J. D. M . Soap Suds, 580
  • Schultz, Ludwig, Photwraphie Pictures, 635 Schrats, Abel Ddislr6, Preparing Colours for Fabrics, 62$
  • Scott, Henry Young Darracott, Cement, 6;0l Scully, Vincent, and B. Johns Heywood, Ink. stands, 441
  • Schelhorn. G. G. A. L. M.. Penholder, 581 Schiscliker. E.. Cleansing Silk. Hair, Ste , 503 Scudamore. Joseph, Stoves, 503
  • Schwartzhoff, Louis, Raising Mud, 480 Scott, Uriah, Metal Fittings for Furniture, 602 Shaw, David, Looms for Weaving, 434 Shanks, Andrew, Cutting Screwx, 440
  • Shanks, Andrew, and F. II. Wenham, Water Gauges, 431
  • Shanks, Andrew. indicating Pres'ures, 439 Sherwood, Henry, Treating the Spun Waste of Wool. 503
  • Sheppard, Samuel, Stop.cock, 441
  • Sharp, Thomas Beau. and Thomas Forsyth, Coupling Railway Stock, 532
  • Sievier, R. W., Guns and Ordnance, 364 Simmons, W., Hat Body. 436
  • Sichel, Sylvester Emil, Ribbed Cloth, 491 Simons, William John, Governor for Steam Engines, 431
  • Slaughter, Edward, Fire-boxes of Locomotive Boilers, 503
  • Sleigh, W. Willcocks. Motive Power, .101 Small, Andrew, Marino Compasses, 363
  • Smith, William Henry, Fastenings, Gaiters, Stays, &c.. 361
  • Smith, William, Ploughs, 435
  • Smith, William, F.conomising Heat, 596 Smith. William, Steel Wire, 605
  • Smith, William, Windlasses for Working Ploughs. 6J0
  • Smith, \V., Regulating Air for Furnaces, 375 Smith, George, Envelope', 603
  • Smith, John, Water Gauges, 519
  • Savage, William Peacock, Drilling and Rolling land, 600
  • Smith, John, and William Craven, Dressing and Finishing Velvets, Ac., 628
  • Smith, N., Clod.Crushing Rollers, 700 Smith, Henry, Cleaning Boots and Shoes, 601
  • Smith, Jacob, and John Luntley, Textile Fabrics, Paper, ac., 599
  • Smith, T., and Joseph Gill, Casing Horizontal Shafting, 604
  • Smith, Charles Colonel, Brakes, 696
  • Smith, G. H Saucepans Kettles, 668 Smith, G. T., and Joel Watts, Lubricator, 603 Solmons, John, and Edwin Lander, Cigar Holder, 441
  • Solomon, Paul Marie, Manufacture of Gas from Peat, 376
  • Southern, Alfred, Samuel Stead, and James Martin, Recovering the Vegetable Substances from Mixed Fabrics, :)99
  • Southey, Edmund Richard, Coating Iron with Copper, 605
  • Spurner, William, Attaching Handles to Tea-pots, 437
  • Spencer, George Holme, Card Surfaces Employed in Carding Cotton, 503
  • Spencer, George, Supporting Rails of Railways, 567
  • Squire, H., Fastening for Envelopes, 469 Squires, William 'Westbrook, Preventing the Burstinf of Pipes, 441
  • Squire, ',Ebonies, and Charles Frederick Claus, Artificial Manure, 600
  • Stansbury, Charles Frederick, Determining the Bearing of Ships, 598
  • Stewart, Henry, and Thomas Pritchard, Watches and Chronometers, 436
  • Stewart, Man, Fitting Garments, 43G Stewart, Henry, Cleaning Forks, 3r-o , 364 Stewart, Samuel, Gas Exhauster, 364 Strang, William, Ornamental Weaving, 503 Stevens, Thomas, Stoves. Ranges, 466 Stansbury. Charles Frederick, Fastening the Ends of Rails, 598
  • Stewart, David Y., Moulding Metals, 557 Sturge, Joseph, and Alfred Sturge, Rotary Fluid Meters, 668
  • Stanley, H. T., Breakfast Mixture, eo 1 Stanley, Bellamy, and Company, Rolls for Rolling Steel, Copper, ace., 568
  • Stroud, J. T., Stop Cocks or Taps, 602 Stocker, A. 8., Inkstands, 628
  • Stevens, John Lee. Regulating the Supply of Air to Steam-boilers, 431
  • Stevenson, J. C., and John Williamson, Soda, 440
  • Stevenson, William, and William Crawford, Carding Apparatus. 376
  • Statham, Samuel, Telegraph Conductors, 437
  • Steedman. James, Pianofortes, 620
  • Steiner, Frederick, Drying Fabrics, 479 Stirling, J. D. M , Steel, 580
  • Stirling, J. D. M., Ordnance, 644
  • Stott, E. 8., Pile Fabrics, 698
  • Stokes, John, Fog Signals, 433
  • Strafford, John, Signal Lamps, 432
  • Swift, Ferdinand, Wheels and Axle, 432 Swan, Charles. and George Frederick Swan, Colouring Matter for Writings 3c , 480 Swyney. J. Breech-Loading Fire-Arms, 668 Swift Charles, and John James Derham, Steam-Engines, 628
  • Symons, NVilliam, Roasting Jack, 376 Symons, Alexander, and Edward Burgess, Electrical Alarms, 602
  • Symons, John, and Thomas Fell, Reduction of Gold, &c., 605
  • Symons, Alexander. and Edward Burgess, Ascertaining and Indicating Heat, to., 605
  • Tall, Joseph, Blind-Rollers, Gol Taylor, James, Raising Weights, 440
  • Taylor, James, and James Galloway, Pressure Gauges, 667
  • Taylor, John, Constructing and Facing Walls, 480
  • Taylor, Thomas W. Roving Frames, 598 Terry. W , Breech-Loading Fire-arms, 680 Thatcher, Robert. Preparing for Doubling Cotton, 434, 620
  • Therese, Louis Auguste, Harness, 432 Thierry, J. B. P. A., juu. J. L Richard, and Baron H. de Martiny, kunuvoro Hygienic Apparatus, 431
  • Thomas, George C., Tempering Steel, 468 Thomas, Joseph, Soap, 469
  • Thomas, W . Fred., Sewing Machines, 603 Thomson, Robert, Weaving, 698
  • Thomson, J., Separation of Liquids, 468 Thomson, James Strang, and A. Barclay Printing and Embossing Textile Fabrics, 491
  • Thompson, Francis, Skates, 620
  • Thompson, George, Drawing Apparatus, 605 Thompson, Johnson, Ships' Kelsons, 432 Thompson, William, and Charles Wilson, Buttons, 620
  • Thurrell, John, E. M. Muller, John Robert Chidley, Fac-similes, 377
  • Tilghman, Richard Albert, Manufacture of Iron, 410
  • Tieffe•Lacroix, P. L.. Cutting Files, 411 Tisdall, Thomas, Propelling Vessels, 543 Todd, uharles John, and Robert Pinkney, Balance Pen, 438
  • Tolhausen, A., Mariners' Compasses, 43/4 Tolhausen, A., Double Acting Pump, 439 Tolhausen, A., Distance Indicator for Carriages, 699
  • Tolhausen, A., Slide Valves, 431
  • Tolhausen, A., Meter, 437
  • Tolhauten, A., Manufacture of Yarn from Wool, 434
  • Tolhausen, A., Lock Joint for Rails of Railways, 432
  • Tolhausen, A., Boring Stone, 435
  • Tolhausen. A., Cutting Wood. 632
  • Tolhausen, A., Picking, Carding, and Combing Fibrous Substances, 448
  • Tolhausen, A., Bakers' Ovens. 556 Tolhausen, A., Axle Boxes, 375
  • Tolhausen, A., Chemical Writing, 602 Tolhausen, A., Porous Earthenware, 602 Tolhausen, A., Watches and 'rimo-Keepers, 601
  • Tomlinson, Matthew, Medical Plaster, 439 To ham Edmund, Cleansing out Sediment from Boilers, 628
  • Tones*, George, Metallic Alloy, 504
  • Toward, John, Iron Shipbuilding, 433 Thomas, Frederick Sampson. and William Evans Tilley, Producing Aluminium. 377 Toye, Chariest Terry Fabrics, 433 Tremeschini, G. A., Electro•Telegraphic, 437
  • Trocard, Theophile Collee•pot, 46s Truelove, Henry, Gloves, 436
  • Trueman, Alfred, Treating Argentiferous Regulus, 603
  • Trueuian, Jno., Ovens, 568
  • Trueman, Edwin T., Artificial Teeth, 410 Tucker, Hiram, Spring Sacking for Bed Mattrames, 700
  • Turner, Archibald, Elastic Fabrics, 431 Turner, J. Pemberton, Shankiug Buttons, 436
  • Turner, Archibald, Looped Fabrics, 433 Turner, W. Allen, Elastic Tubing, 644 Turner, W. Allen, Preparation to be used in the Manufactore of India-Rubber, 468 Turton, Thomas Burdett, and John Koot, Buffer and Draw Springs, 433
  • Tyer, Edward, Telegraphing, 377
  • Tyerman, Thomas Frederick, Apparatus for Receiving Wet Umbrellas, 438 Tytherleigh, William, Coating Iron, 605 Tylor, H., Joints for Cots, Bedsteads, &c., 437
  • Tyso, .1., C. Tyso. and Peter Foxorolt, Spinning, kc., Cotton, .5
  • Twist, Samuel, Furniture Castors, 364
  • Ulrich, John Gottlieb, Chronometers, 136 Underhill, Stephen W., Buoyant Cushion, 7u0
  • Uttley, T. Fielding, Fusible Plugs, 375 Uytborck, Louis, Locomotive and Tubular Boilers, 519
  • Vacherot, A., Submarine Tunneler 624
  • Van den Hout, Herman John, and Ebenezer Brown, Utilising Leather Shavings, 43s Van den Hout, Herman John, and Ebenezer Brown, Pulp for Paper, 43i Varillat, W. Jean Jules, Extraction of Colouring Mutters, &c., 605
  • Venables, J. Ornamenting Articles made of Clay, 5 t t Vignat, Louie, Regulator•Compensator for 1Veaving of Ribbons, 4s0
  • Vigars, J., Machinery for Lifting in Mines, bCti Vimout, A. Simeon, Spinning Wool, tc., 600
  • Wadsworth, Jas., Ventilation, 580
  • Wailes, G., Actuating Gas or Water Valves, 644
  • Wailes, George, Valves, 468
  • Waite, W., Sleepers and Rails, 652
  • NValker, Alex. Jas., and Win. Bennett, Hat Bodies, 437
  • NValker, Charles, Safely 'Valves, 467
  • Walker, F. P., flay, Straw, &c., 503
  • NValker, T., Governors of Steatn•engines, 596
  • Walker, Robt., ltaising and Lowering Coals, ac., 377
  • \Valenti, Wm. Henry, Saw Teeth, 481
  • Waller, it., Preparing Cotton, &c., 458
  • Walton, Jos. F., and Honore lo Francois, Cleaning Forks, Spoons, 437
  • NValton, Fred., Papier-Macho Frames. 364
  • \Vallis, Agnes and John, Bleaching, Washing &c., Fabrics, 433
  • Wallace, Jas., jun., Preparing, &c., Textile Fabrics, 699
  • Wallace, Jas., jun., Cleaning and Drying Textile Fabrics, 567
  • NVallace, Wm. Vincent, and Benjamin Law nonce Sowell, Treating Tobacco, 5u4
  • Ward, William, Lubricating Spindles, 599
  • Ward, Jas. Townsend, Omnibus, 458
  • NVard, rcter, Alkali Furnaces, 606
  • Walsh, Sam., and John Henry Brierley, Colouring and Graining Skins of Leather, 604
  • Walsh, J. H., Omnibuses, 413
  • Warren, Thos., Moulding ()laic, 365, 438 Warren, 11 Nam, and Warren Do la Rue, Envelopes, 605
  • Warburton, James ie Combing Wool, ., 503 Watson, William,Furnaces, 440
  • Watson, John Ladies' Dresses, 376 Waygood, Biohard, Portable Laundry, G04 Webber, Joseph, Generating Steam, 1,79 Wessel, Christian Rudolph, and George Bowden, Elastic Bands, 375
  • Westley, William, Nail or Spike, 601
  • Weston, Matthew, and Orlando Carter, Netting Saws, 602
  • Webster, James, Elastic( Metallic Tube, 504 Weather, Isaac, Concentrating Milk, 632 White, David Blair, Cylinder Plateful, 596 White, Thomas, jun. Slips and Stays, and Apparatus for Hauling up Ships, 597 Whitehead, Thomas Reeves, Sustaining the Human Body in Water, 601
  • Whitehead, John, Fulling Cloth, 432 Whiteing, M., jun., Tanning, 468 Whitegreave, J. R., Locomotive Engines, 597 Whitehouse, Edward, Orange Wildman, Measuring Fluids, 430
  • Wilkinson, William, Looped Fabrics, 433 Wilkinson, T. Fewster, Reaping and Mowing Machines, 436
  • Williams, T., Omnibuses, 4514
  • Winfield, Robert Walter, Metallic Bedsteads, 437
  • Witter, Frederic Austin Spalding, Stove, 480 Wilkinson, W., Steam Engines, 596
  • Wilkes. J., Copper Alloys, 605
  • Williams, C. Vi ye, Ventilating Steam Vessels, 697
  • Winfield, II. W., T. Lloyd, and J. Simms, Ornamentation of Bedsteads, &o.. 644
  • Williams. G.. Ship's Water Closets, 432
  • Woodcock, ,Thomas, and John K. Punshon, Cutting Bread, 629
  • Woodley, William A., Paper Bags, 366
  • Woodman, J., Telegraphic Insulator, 4G8, 604
  • Wormald, John, Folding Fabrics, 437
  • Wright, Joseph, Furnaces and Bars, 431
  • Wright, John, Skirrow, Belt Fastenings, 602
  • Wright, John, and Thomas Oorrerry, Carriage Springs, 652
  • Wright, Edwin Thomas, Steam Engine Boilers, Cron Ships, and Boats, 643
  • Wotherspoon, Robert, Hats, 700
  • Woodward, Geo. Gower, Manufacture of Carpet*, 434
  • Yates, William, Furnaces, 543
  • Yeomanson, John, and William Yoomanson, Knitted Fabrics, 62*
  • Young, Henry B., Steam-Engines, 531
  • Young, Frances, Carriages, 697
  • Zahn, W. If., Joseph Henry Geo. Wells'
  • Windmills or Engines, 479
  • Zahn, W. IL, Windmills and Engines, 376

Abstracts of Specifications - Subject Matter

  • Acid, Phosphoric, Newton, 700
  • Acids, Manufacture of Tartaric and Citric, fac., Pont!lex, 568
  • Agricultural Implement, Collins, 544
  • Air—Doors for blines, Forster. 605
  • Regulating the Supply of, to Steam Boiler., Stevens, 431
  • Alcohol, Obtaining, Broomao, 469
  • Alkalies, Manufacture of, Balmain and Colby, 6o6
  • Alloy, Metallic, Toucan, 504
  • Alloys, Copper, Wilkes, 605
  • Aluminous and Siliceous Compounds. Pochin, 344
  • Anchors and Appends es, Ruston, 363
  • Norris and King, 699
  • Johnson, 662
  • Shafting Axles, &c., Fisher, 596
  • Ash-pan, Brown, GOO Artificial Flowers, Berard, 344
  • Axles for Railway Carriages, Harrison, 479
  • Axle Boxes, Railway, Tolhauseo, 376
  • Rags. Paper. woodley, 365
  • Bank Notes, Manufacturing, 441
  • Barometers, Nipple, 700
  • Baskets, Barcroft, 439
  • Baths, Loveridge, 504
  • Shower, Carey, 456
  • Vapour, Barter, 410
  • Bearing of Ships, Determining the, Stansbury, 598
  • Beds, Air, Johnson, 437
  • Bedsteads. Folding, and Chairs, Cotiam, 437
  • Joint for Cots, Tylor, &c., 437
  • Metallic, Ste., Goering, 6:9
  • Metallic, and other, Daft, 580
  • Portable, Cook. 632
  • Oroamentation of Metallic, &c., Winfield and Lloyd, 544
  • Beet Root, Fabrication of, Robert, 439
  • Treating, &c., Brooman. 439
  • Belts, Braces, &c., Haworth and Forest, 376
  • Belt Fastenings, Ornamentation of, Wright, 602
  • Bituminous Shale, Treating, Woman, 544
  • Bleaching, Parsons, 598
  • David, 480
  • Cotton, Linen, &c llodgkinson, 491
  • ‘1" fishing, &c., Fleming, 376
  • Vegetable Fibres, Jennings, 468
  • Boats, Metallic, Francis, 432
  • Boilers, Fernlhough, 431
  • Messenger, 503
  • and Engines. Johnson, 375
  • Cleaner, Burton, 467
  • Cleansing out Sediment from, Topham, 028
  • Steam, and Furnaces, Auld and Stephen, 503 11111, 628
  • Locomotive and Tubular, Utyborck, 519
  • Steam, Murgatroyd, h03
  • Gardnisal, 595
  • Normand, 595
  • Galloway, 690
  • Furnaces and Supplying Water to, Aston and Hopkinson, 699
  • and Valves, Cowburn and Muir, 363
  • Bolt Ileads. Pointing and Turning Peak, 411
  • Bolts, Piston, Schloss, 435
  • Rivets, 5Le., Ross, Wilkes, 439
  • Newton, 438
  • Holford and Mason, 442
  • Machinery, Grim 004
  • Vombshells, Sawyer, 376
  • Bonnets, Cloth, Herding, 703
  • Boots and Shoes, Smith, 001
  • Machinery for Making, Bernard, 601
  • Newton, 504
  • Norris, 487
  • Nicholls, 601
  • God e, 436
  • Bottles, Jars, &c., Closing, Clarke and Austin, 504
  • Flexible, Inglis, 533
  • and Stoppering, Barker and Toogood, 603
  • Boxes, Lld for, !Judson, 458
  • Brattices for Coal Mines, Coats, 520
  • Brakes and Carriages, Railway, Jowctt, 4b8
  • Smith, 596
  • Railway, Johnson, .132
  • for Railways, Julienne, 433
  • Railway, Napier, 458
  • Working Railway, Chambers and Champion, 432
  • Bread, Making, Gillet, Guilin, 439
  • lfreWhig. GrettiM, 412
  • tooling Apparatus used In, Lister, 438
  • Substitute for Hops In. Woman, 520
  • Brewers, Treating Water for, Blackwell, 605
  • Bricks, Moulding, (iruy, 435
  • Tiles, &c., Gibson, 700
  • niul Tiles. Fowler, jun., 568
  • Bridle, Safety, Fraetaniel, 628
  • linage, Constructing, Viaducts, Barlow, 568
  • Bruising Grain. Ashton, 556
  • Brushes, Poitiers, 5.14, 606
  • Building Slabs, Roweliffe, 361
  • Butlers, M yet... 432
  • and Springs, Ilorner and Bagley, 567
  • (lir! MPS, 597
  • Buffer Bearing and Drawer Springy, Corbltt and Shaw. 562
  • Buoying Vessels, Petit, 431
  • Buttons, Chatwin and Chatwin, 504
  • Thompson and Wilson, 520
  • Attaching, Owen, 602
  • Fastening, Scott, 580
  • Shanking, Turner, 436
  • Cabs, Hansom, Hunt, 598
  • Cages In Shafts, Arresting Descent of, Emery, 568
  • Candles, Moore, 601
  • Combining Resins with Oils for, Gard1ssal, 601
  • New Materials for Bougie", 1.aporte, 603
  • Parailine, Field and Humfrey, 504
  • Canisters, Cover f..r Gunpowder, Eutboven, 604
  • For Dry Goode, Robertson, 441
  • Cannon, Newton, 4 lei Caps, Percussion, Abraham, 436
  • Capstans, Girdle's!, 561
  • Cards or Papers, A rrangement of, Kisch. 604
  • for Jacquard Mi.ehanism, Johnson, .13.1
  • Carding, Barlow, 433
  • Cotton, Card Surfaces Employed In, Spencer. 503
  • Apparatus, Stephenson and Crawford, 376
  • Carriage, Young, 597
  • Carriages, Abraham, 363
  • lloidway, 375
  • Ly all, 432
  • Hock, 597
  • Public, Scott., 699
  • und Wheels, Ilardacre, 628
  • CarpetH, Manufacture of, Woodward, 434
  • Manufacture of, Fawcett, 458
  • Weaving, Nickels and J. Hobson, 600
  • Cartridge.boz and Pouch, Dray, 458
  • Carts and Vans, Duckett. -1'04
  • Case for Bottles and Jars. !Lanham, 504
  • Envelope, Rawlings. 468
  • Casing Horizontal Shafting, Smith and Gill, 501
  • Casings for Fencing Shafts, Ilo!croft and Pea. cock, 441
  • Casks, Grist, 439
  • Castors, Furniture, Twist, 364
  • Bird and Rose, 544
  • Pitt and Davies, 568
  • Cast-Steel, lJrooman, 480
  • Casting Bearings, liewitaon, 480
  • Cement, Diluent, 480
  • Francis, 520
  • Oldham, 56S Scott, 601
  • Centriftigal Machinery, lirooman, 596
  • Ceramic Product.., Ornamenting, Chaplin and Hennique, Chain Cables, Richardson, 365
  • Chairs, Bedsteads, &c., Cottam and Cottam, 568
  • Charcoal, Re-burning, Bryant, 5H1
  • Changing Motion, Newton, 491
  • Checks, Delivery, and Tell Tales, Abraham, 403
  • Chemical Writing, Tolhauson, 602
  • Chimney Psecos, Cohen, 56K China, Olass, ate., Ornamenting, Rosenberg, 544
  • Churns, Fontainemoreati, 541
  • Chronometers, Mounting Marine, Johnson, 298
  • Ulrich, 436
  • Clcatrising Preparation, Fentainemoreau, 520
  • Cbromo-lithographic Painting, Jablonowski, 468
  • Cigar !folder, Solomon% and Lander,-Ill Cleaning Forks, Spoons, Walton and Vonore Ic Francois, 437
  • Forks, &c., Stewart, 364
  • Casks, Cliff, 03
  • Grain, Brown and Brown, 435
  • and Ilitlling Grain, Johnson, 580
  • Rugs, Ifollingwortii, 605
  • and Dressing Rice, &c., Graham, 520
  • Cleansing talk, !lair, 3Cc., hchischkar, 503
  • Clock Work., itieboux, 437
  • Clod-Crushing Wailers, Smith, 700
  • Cloth, Painted or Enumelled, Newton, 652
  • Coal, Preparing, Bergevin, 431
  • Treatment of, Cowper, 439
  • Cutting and Working, Johnston and Dixon, 501
  • Cock Stop, hhoppard, 441
  • 'lap or Stop, Asbury, 442
  • Cocks and Taps, Bostwick, 4.5s Stop or Valves, Hendersoo 603
  • Coffee-pot, Trocard, 468
  • Roasting, Bedsit°, 4G0
  • Coke, Perpigna, GO5
  • Manufacture of, &c., Fonbonne, 532
  • Cold, Producing, Harrison, 603
  • Colliery Engines, Brake for Griffiths, 604
  • Colouring Matter for Writing, /se.. Swan and Swan, 4h0
  • Matters. &c., Extraction of, Varillat, 606
  • Colours for Fabrics. Preparing, Schram, 618
  • Producing, Ledge, 504
  • Lake, Gaily, 440
  • Compasses, Mariners', Robertson, 432
  • Marine, Graham, 450
  • Marine, Small, 363
  • Combing Wool, &e., Lister and Tongue, 433
  • Wool, &c., Itamshottom and Brown, •1140
  • Wool, Etc., Warburton, 503
  • Wool, &o., May and Cowper, 3T6
  • Wool, &c., Cowper, 433
  • Communication, Submarine, Codde, 520
  • Communicating Motion, Coates, 598
  • Compoiltions, Building, Bird, 600
  • Concentrating Milk, V. estmore, 532
  • Condensing, Cooling, and Heating Fluids, Blackwell, 479
  • Carding Engines, Ashworth, 628
  • Converting Reciprocating into Rotary Motion, Hitt, 431
  • Corn, Winnowing, Moore, 626
  • Mills, Challenge, 543
  • Cotton, Linen, &c., Powell, 601
  • &a., Preparing, Waller, 458
  • Couches or Sofas, Hawkins, 544
  • Cooking Apparatus, Little, 438
  • Utensils, Brown, 436
  • Apparatus, Jones 504
  • and Ships' Distilling Apparatus, Fell, 365
  • Apparatus Chapman and Tenger, MO Cranes, Weighing, Fletcher and Fletcher, 469
  • Newton, GO2
  • Cricket-bats, Martin, 4$0
  • Curry Comb, Gedge, 501
  • Cutlery, Article, of, Hilliard, 437
  • Cutting out Forms for Parasols, 6tc., Broad. bent and Youlo, 436
  • Eliptical Figures, Hutchinson, 438
  • Trousers, Clark, 520
  • Paper, Dawson, 501
  • Agricultural Produce, Maynard, 520
  • Materials fur Dress, Knight, 364
  • Scums, Shanks, 1.10
  • Wood, Holden, 441
  • Wood, Tolhamen, 532
  • Bread, Woodcock and Punshon, 629
  • Delivery of Mail Bags, Lacy, :07
  • Desk, Polding, Birch, 436
  • ‘Vriting, irAtivergne, 437
  • Digging Land, Bailey, 376
  • Di,tilling Oily Matters, Davies, Lyers, John, nrd Humfroys, 43s &c., in Vacuo„ Harrison, 603
  • Distributing and Composing NInchine, Coulon, 605
  • Water and Sewage Matter, Cochrane, 376
  • Doors, Appendages for, ltestell, 376
  • and Gates, Heaton, 680
  • Fastening, Bullard, 468
  • Drawing Apparatus, Thompson, 605
  • Dresses, ladies, Watson, 370
  • Dressing, New Material for, Erskine, 434
  • Machine, Flour, Amos, 543
  • Yarn, clayton, 433
  • Yarns, Dyeing and, Cooke, 568
  • Silks, Ponrinaud, 6911
  • Drilling and Hulling land, Savage, 600
  • Driving Piles, Robertson and Huwdon, 468
  • Drying Apparatus, Alliott, 700
  • Dyeing Fabrics, Hargraves, 590
  • and Colouring Wools, Schlschkar, &c., 458
  • Earthenware, Porous, Tolhausen, CO2
  • Elastic Bands, Wessel and Bowden, 375
  • Packing, Delperdange, .1 in Electric Telegraphs, Price, 377
  • Telegraphs, McCulluru, 377
  • Telegraph Conductors, Stratham, 437
  • Clocks, Kammerer and Brewer, 437
  • Electrical Alarums, Symons and Burgess, 602
  • Electro-Magnetic Apparatus, 1)ubos, 629
  • Telegraphic Apparatus, Tren3eschini, 437
  • Embouing Veneer., Bergner, 468
  • Embroidery, Murdoch, 370
  • Emery, &c., on Linen, Schlesinger, 440
  • Engine, Air, Newton, 680
  • Envelopes, Warren and Do la Rue, 605
  • Cocking, 580
  • llogg, 481
  • Market', 544
  • Archer, "32
  • smith, 603
  • Fastening for, Squire, 469
  • Evaporating and Distilling Fluids, Gordon, 652
  • Excavating Land, Curtis, 4fifi Machinery, isrooman, 440
  • Exercising the Body, Apparatus for, Parker, 481
  • Expelling Water from Vessels, Pauling, 468
  • Explosion, Preventing, Kershaw, 431
  • Expressing Liquids, N eedlium and Kite, 366, 442
  • Extinction of Fire, Crozier, 644
  • Exploding under Water, Newton, 603
  • Extracting Metals, Calvert, 440
  • Oils, Delis, 4%1
  • Extracts, Moisture, AspInall, 614
  • Fabric, New, 1.untley, Goo Fabrics, Kay, 668
  • Bleaching, Armour, 434
  • Bleaching, Washing, &c., Wallis, 433
  • Damping, Glover, 699
  • Machinery, Cut Pile, BousSold, 433
  • Drying, Steiner, 479
  • Elastic Pile, Hemsley, 433
  • Elastic, Turner, 434
  • Embossing Moire Antique Water on, Makin and Barnsley, MO Embroidering, Heaven and Booth, 434
  • Folding, Wormald, 437
  • Jacquard, Pile or Terry, Bonifield, 443
  • Knitted, Irsomanson and Yeomanson, 02$
  • Looped, Hodges, 607
  • Looped, Mills, 468
  • Looped, Wilkinson, 433
  • Looped, Turner, 433
  • Looped, Goodman, 468
  • Looped, Hodges, 643
  • Loop.pile, Hodges, NT Measuring, Adkins, 000
  • Ornamenting and Waterproofing, Green, 608
  • Pile. Nickels and Hobson, 433
  • Cut Piled, Bousfield, 433
  • Preparation of, Uardissal, 699
  • Preparing, Mldgley and Collier, 3T6
  • Terry, Tule, 433
  • Textile, Paper, &c , Smith and Luntley, 6t19
  • Preparing, &c , Textile, Wallace, Jun , 099
  • Preparing Textile, McLean, 699
  • Sizing and stiffening Textile, Brown and Brown, 699
  • Cleaning and Drying Textile, Wallace, Jun. 667
  • Dressing Textile, Huillard, 434
  • Manufacture of Textile, Nininio, 699
  • Printing and Embossing Textile, Thomson and Barclay, 491
  • Warp, Clarke, b03
  • 'W caving, Samuula, 620
  • Woven, Duckworth and Marsden, 698
  • Drying Woven, Collier and Crossley, 438
  • Waterproof, East, 433
  • Waterproof, Destribeaux, 484
  • Waterproof, liGrurd, 698
  • Facing Surfaces of Engraved Plates, Bergner, 409
  • 'fhurrell, Muller, and Chidley, 377
  • Fastenings for Gaiters, Stays, &c., Smith, 304
  • l'at.* and Oils, "froisting, Boustield,4S0
  • Fatty Bodies, Gwynne, 003
  • Matter, 'Saponification of,Fontainemoreau, 468
  • Substances, Treatment of, Johnson, 441
  • Sutotances, Treating, 11 ills, b'40
  • Feculo, Manufacture of, Planque, b)3
  • Fencing Shafts, Hoicrutt, 441
  • Fibres, Plunkett and Bower, 363
  • Fibrous Substances, Picking, Carding, and Combing, 'l'olhausen, Materials, Felt and, Anderson, 303
  • Filtering Sugars, &c., Leitch, 437
  • Miles, Cutting, lief., Lacroix, 441
  • Fingering Musical Instruments, Prangley, 441
  • Finishing Clotho, Ace Ileardsell, 303
  • Fire-place, Leighton, 564
  • Fire-arms, Newton, 464
  • Breech Loading, Johnson, 436
  • Bentley, 608
  • Greene, 41.4u Reston, 469
  • liwyney, 609
  • 'ferry, 680
  • Forbes, 580
  • and Powder Flask., Newton, bh0
  • Repeating, Blittokwski, 436
  • Rifle Barrels for, ileasioy, 430
  • Ordnance and, Merritt, :$64
  • Firc.gratcs, Marsh, 601
  • Fires, Lighting, Hodge, f)44
  • Lighting, tiardissal, 003
  • Fire.ligliter, Newman, 43$
  • Myers and Myers, 006
  • Fire-places, Chambor, 001
  • Fittings in Metal, McFarlane, 440
  • Flax, Treating, Burton, 698
  • Flowers, Artificial, Berard, 644
  • Flues, Ileegatid, 440
  • Gill, 376
  • Napier, 431
  • Food for Horses, &c., Davis, 346
  • Footstool and Hassock, Cumming, C01
  • Frame, Circular, Haddon, 433
  • Papier Mach(, Walton, 36$
  • Roving, Taylor, 698
  • Fuel, Itualrm, 6.14
  • and Heat, Economising, Brown and Brown, 6o1
  • Economising, Hills, 439
  • Day, 441
  • Preparation of, Morgan and Vickerman, 644
  • Fulling Cloth, Whitehead, 432
  • Fumicore Hygienic Apparatus, Thierry, Jun., and Richard and Baron Martiny, 431
  • Furnace Bars, Jukes, 607
  • Furnaces, Johnson, 303
  • liorofray. 690
  • Steam &c., Gray, 690
  • Ilcilman, 376
  • Pontifex, 306
  • Iludson, 431
  • JelTree, 376
  • Watson, 440
  • Nicoulland, 431
  • Prow, 619
  • Marcus, 643
  • Yaws, 643
  • Hill, 607
  • Gardner, 690
  • Alkali, Want, 000
  • for Melting, tirosrenaud, 633
  • Regulating Air tor. Smith, 376
  • and Bars, Wright, 431
  • and Steam Generators, Crosland, 628
  • Glass, Newton, 6114
  • Furniture, Folding, Naar, 62M Fittings fur, Metal, Scott, 602
  • Fultre, Pollack, 441
  • Galvanic Batteries, Pills, 550
  • Battery, Doat, 021
  • Ga,i, Illuminating, Humor, 602
  • Burner, Johnson, 437
  • Burning, Holy, 469
  • Exhauster, Sweiart, 364
  • Heating Apparatus, Pettit and Henry Fly Smith, 437
  • Meter, Hydro-Pneunometric, Chateauneut, 512
  • Manufacture of, Salomon, Malaprop, and 1)e Fiera, 301
  • Napier and Millar, 029
  • and Measurement of, Barclay and Wal. lace, 700
  • Miters, Meacock, 468
  • Meters, Ilyam, 480
  • Wet Meters, Crosby), and Goldsmith, (302
  • Peat, Solomon, 376
  • Purifying, Laming, 450
  • Regulator, Dick, 370
  • Regulating the Flow of, Clibran and Clibran, 489
  • Garments, Cutting, Francis, 370
  • Fitting, Stewart, 436
  • Lai Brooman, 667
  • Waterproof, 'Iowa, 430
  • aterproor, Dannequin, 454
  • Gauge %, Mather and Mibward, 431
  • Preksure, Chudhurn, 052
  • Pressure, Taylor and Galloway, r.67
  • Water, shanks, and F. 11. Wentiam, 431
  • Water, Smith, 519
  • Generating Steam, Heywood, 696
  • Glass, Decorated, Hach, 436
  • Furnaces for Flattening, Chance, 458
  • Manufacture of, Gilbee, 003
  • Manufacture of, Blake, 004
  • Moulding, Warren, 366, 434
  • Polishing, &c., Newton, 700
  • Gold, Reduction of, &c., Symons and Fell, 606
  • Separating, &c., from the Ores, Newton, 668
  • Glove Fastenings, Bowser, 602
  • Gloves, Truelove, 430
  • Governor for Steam F.ngines, Simons, 431
  • Governors of Steam F.ngines, Walker, 596
  • Gradients, Ascertaining, Newton, 003
  • Granaries, Devanx, 66s, 700
  • Grate-bars, Newton, 690
  • Orates Applicable to Sewers, !Hell or, 700
  • Grease, Railway, &c., Norminton, (31st, Box for Axle Journals, Martin and Martin, 440
  • from Water, Extracting, Robert, 580
  • Guns, 1.1re.oriii., .1c e., 1,1111e, 430 603
  • and Bides, Breech Loading, Rice and Rico, 406
  • and Carriages, Krupp, 435
  • and Ordnance, 81evier, 364
  • Gutta Perch*, Preparing, Latta, 377
  • Hair Pins, Pointing, Iles, 620
  • Handles to Tea•pots, Attaching, Spurrier, 431
  • Hangings, Paper, Morton, 601
  • Harness, Therese, 432
  • Hat Body, Simmons, 430
  • Bodies, Walker and Bennett, 437
  • Bodies, Felting, Newton, 002
  • Hata, Husband, 613d Newton, 364
  • Wotherspoon, 700
  • and Bonnets, Bonnard, 1301
  • and Machinery, Carrington, 436
  • Hawsers used in Towing, Paterson, 062
  • Hay, Straw, Sec., Cutting, Walker, 603
  • Ileat, Ascertaining and Indicating, Symons and Burgess, 0o5
  • Extractor, Hazard, 690
  • Generation of, Lancaster and Smith, 431
  • Heating, Ilyckert, 46
  • Apartments, Craigie, 1301
  • and Drying, Gardner, 442
  • Pipes for Heating and Drying, Gimson, 441
  • NVater and Generating Steam, Dunn, 431
  • Water, Greenwood, 619 11.poks and Eyes, Newman and Whittle, 370
  • H ,Ider for Leads, Slate, 6‘e., Heywood, 620
  • !torso Shoes, Coats, 376
  • ilosiery Goods, Manufacturo (if, Barber, 614
  • Hoist, Steam and Hydraulic, Fernie, 004
  • Hider, Preparation of, Claus, .1.12
  • &c., Tanning, Devos, .13/
  • Hinges, Spring, Drummond, 664
  • Ice-pails, Fuller, 606
  • Impregnating Wood, Cowper, 480
  • Indio.ltubber, Treatment of !lard, Johnson, 632
  • Preparation to be used In the Manufac. tun. of, Turner, 464
  • Treating Vulcanised, Dodge, 441
  • Indicator for Carriages, Distance, folhausen, 099
  • Water, Johnston, 441
  • Indicating Pressures, Shanks, 439
  • Ink-Marking, Burton, 601
  • Inkstands, Scully and Heywood, 441
  • Bain, 430
  • Stocker, 628
  • Insulated Wires, Clark, 469
  • Insulator', Telegraph, Newall, :JO iron, Manufacture of, Tilghman, 410
  • Anil Steel, Clay, 438
  • liar, Clay, 602
  • and Steel, liar, Bessemer, 440, 480
  • Casting, Adcock, 440
  • Coating, Tytherleigh, 605
  • with Copper, Coating, Southey, CA', and Copper, Drying and Coating, 4r40
  • Manufacture or, Onions, 441, 633
  • Manufacture of, Margesson, 632
  • Manufacture of, Armitage and L 5
  • Lea, 60
  • Manufacture of, Martlen, 004
  • Copper, &c,, Manufacture or, Pope, 442 and Steel, Manufacture of, Bessemer, 437, 66s for (Jun Barrels and Tubes, Roiling, Marshall, 430
  • Treating Cam, Motay and Fontaine, G44
  • Puddling and Refining, Parry, b20
  • Shaping, Rowley and Hadley, 6s0 and 8tre'l, Clay, 434
  • Jacquard Machine, l'ontainemoreau, 434
  • Kevt, and Locks, Daniel, 000
  • Knife Machine, Key, 437, 440
  • knitting, Appleton, 370
  • Machinery, Adams, 699
  • Jeacock, 600
  • Lowe, 699
  • Knives and Forks, Cleaning, Ayckboum 430
  • Knife Springs, Chesterman, 439
  • Knobs for Doors, Barnes, 436
  • Kilns, Jarvis, 440
  • Kiln Pottery, Glasgow, Hannah, 611
  • Labels, Neale, 440
  • Lace and Weavings, Dunnicieffe and Bates, 699
  • !Amp, Capp, 604
  • Glasses, Dobell, 604 1.mmps, Carriage, Barnes, 432
  • Oil, and Reflectors, Deasales, 441
  • Oil to, Supplying, Defiles, 604
  • Parafilne, 1.1ttle, 006
  • Signal, StiilTord, 432
  • Csv6, 604
  • Lap Machine, Ashworth, 411
  • IAundry, Portable, Waygood, 604
  • Lau turns, Clark, 304
  • Leather, Cox, &A Cloth, Dodge, 431
  • Colouring and Graining Skins of, Walsb and Brierley, 604
  • Preparation of, °edge, 602
  • Splitting, Boustield, 439
  • Shaving., Utilising, Van den Hout and Brown, 438
  • Letters and Nnvelopes, (ledge, 439
  • Leech, Artificial, Fonrobert, 43s Leg-Guard, Martin, 602
  • Le%elling instrument, llamain, 441
  • Lifting, Apparatus for, Armstrong, 091, Its Mines, Machinery for, %tigers, b Weights, Rowett, 439
  • Lighthouses, Douglas, 376
  • Lighting and Ventilating Mines, Longbottom, 606
  • Lithographic Printing, Robinson, 409
  • Lock and Latch, Door, Day, 468
  • Locks, Construction of, Parnell, 468
  • and Fastenings, Fenton, 436
  • and Keys, illackett 628
  • and Latches, ite., McEnvoy, 441
  • and Latches, Spindles for, Parsons, 468
  • and lAtches, Spindles for, browny, 644
  • and Latches, Connecting Spindles of, Ager, 468
  • Robinson, CunliOc, and Joseph Anthony Collet, 431
  • Locomotives, Compressed Air, Johnson, 431
  • Boilers, Fire-boxes or, Slaughter, 683
  • Engines and Carriages, Greene, MA Prestige, 468
  • Whitgrease, 597
  • Neils.,n, 628
  • Looking.Glasses, Double Reflective, Chapputs, Swing, blurred, 431
  • Looms, Buckley, 434
  • Fontainemoreau, 698
  • Foster, 619
  • Bullough, 000
  • Gedge, 61,3
  • Shaw, 434
  • Power, ifulme, Ivers, and Yardley, 600
  • Power, liousflcld, 62u Briefly, 699
  • for Weaving, Shaw, 434
  • Dodgeon and liateson, 46S Connor, 632
  • Johnson, 643
  • Pfnor, 620
  • Davy, 698
  • Mayes, 69N Porter, 698
  • Lubricator for, Bullough, 303
  • Picker for, !Jowls, 370
  • Lozenges, Cranston, 437
  • Lubricating Axles, Graves and lienson, 591
  • Axles, Curtis, rin Bearings, Johnson, 604
  • Material, Render, 442
  • Spindles, F.Ice and cottam, 468
  • Spindles, Ward, 699
  • Lubricator, Smith and Watts, 003
  • Macerating Substances for Distillation, New ton, 019
  • MAgneto.ciectro Machines, llolmes, 132 651
  • Manganese, Peroxide of, Elliott and Paulo son, 629
  • Mangles, Barber, 666
  • Manure, Artificial, Squire and Claus, 600 Chisholm, 370
  • Treating Bones for, McDougall, 468 651
  • Mark for Burial Grounds, Looker, 003 651
  • Marine Engines, Randolph and Elder, 680
  • Engines„ Richardson and Jeffries, 590 651
  • Masts and Yards, Gladstone. 433
  • Mattraues, Spring Sacking for Red, Tucker, 700
  • etc., Girard, 608
  • Measuring Angle. and Surfaces, Glover, 43l 651
  • Grain, Sellars and Talbot, 370
  • Whitchouse, Orange, Wildman, 438
  • the:tood of Currents, Fonteinemoreau, Meats, &c., Curing, Newton, 440
  • Mechanism Reproductive of Movements, Marsolo, 520
  • Medical Chests, Knight, 4P0
  • Plaster, Tomlinson, 439
  • Metals, Moulding or Shaping, Kinniburgh, 442
  • Moulding, Downie, 637'
  • Moulding, Stewart, 537
  • Meters, Rotary Fluid, Sturge and Siurge, f,04
  • Mirror, Portable, Lyre, 002
  • Motion, Communicating, Kyle, 375
  • Motive Power, Joycux, 503
  • Rotary, Jones and Sherrie', 607
  • Transmitting, Robertson, 607
  • Sleigh, 401
  • Jones, 503
  • Hughes, 303
  • Arnaud, 028
  • Engines, Joubert and llordier, 457
  • Combining Air and NVntcr a. a, Jackson and Myers, 532
  • Application of Air to, &c., John on, 375
  • Obtaining Continual, I letbelot, 51)0
  • Obtaining, blacpherson, 4.17
  • Morocco Leather, Manufacture of, Berimisb, 468
  • Mortisiag, Tenoning, Mouldiag, Grooving, &c., Meyer, 700
  • Moulds for Casting, Howard, 469
  • Moulding, Kaherry an.1 Huratlela, 605
  • Moulded Aiticle,6, Chance, 442
  • Moulding Planes, Roustleld, 601
  • Mules for Spinning, Cousin, 433
  • Self-acting, Hailiwell, 593
  • &c.. Brierley, 599 8eltactintr, itothwelt, 434
  • Caunce, 599
  • Self-acting, Kcnworthv, 46A Self.acting, Ilarrop, Bartow, and Boyd, 433
  • Nail or Spike, Westley, 601
  • Nails, Machinery, Fontainemoreau, 441
  • lleads of, Henn and Haddon, 503
  • Oil ('ake, Duyck, 4S0
  • Oil, Extraction of, Murdoch, 438
  • Neuhurger, .556
  • Lubricating, Bodwer, 468
  • from Coal, &e., Obtaining Purified, New. ton, 605
  • Oily Matters, Treating Waste, Pollak, 411
  • Oils', Making Essential, iiroutiach, 410
  • Oinisibuqes, Miller, 520
  • Walsh, 433
  • Ward, 453
  • IVilliams, 4,',8
  • Haddon, 432
  • and Car riages, Roberts, 597
  • Carey, 597
  • Ordnauce, Construction of, Long ridge, 436
  • Mounting, Sterling, 544
  • Ores, Treatment. of, !Winer, 568
  • Apparatus for%%Wittig, Mitchell, 5S0
  • Stamping, Ball, GO?, Organ., Facilitating Performance on, &c., Johnson, 436
  • Ornamental Surfaces on Glass, Rees, 568
  • Ornamenting Articles made of Clay, 'enables, 544
  • Oren', bakers', Tolhausen, 556
  • Biscuit, Lange, 439
  • Truman, 568
  • Porcelain, Bromley and Adams, 602
  • Paddle.wlieek, Philip, 543
  • l'unit. and l'iginentil, Murton, 604
  • Paper, Barling., 364
  • Muse!' tupl 60.3
  • Paterson, 094
  • Folding', Newton, GO Paste for Pasteboard, Pariset, 440
  • and Pasteboard, Chauchard, 43.1
  • Safety, Johnson, 438
  • Scouring Shoots of, Newton, 604
  • Paving, Ilairhuis, 600
  • PassHee of Water, &c.. Apparatus for the, &ivory and Arkell, 504
  • Penholder, Sehelhorn„ 58l Penholders, Cohen, 636
  • Pea, Balance, Todd and Pinkney, 433
  • Holders, Nolet, 632
  • Peri!, Fountain, Johnson, 481
  • Metallic, Hincks and Wells, 580
  • Itestorinir Metallic Spoiled, Pernont, 568
  • Pegs, Cutting Wood, Dring, 441
  • Perambulator', Hive, 597
  • Photographic Impressiond, 01ley, 533
  • Printing, Poitevin, 438
  • Pictures, Schultz, 605
  • Pianofortes, Oven, 4:37
  • Damper Action of, Moutrie, 480
  • Steednian, 520
  • Priestley, 002 8rc Fingering the, Pialcoc, 436
  • Pile Driving Machinery, Morrison, 532
  • Piles, Dri‘inr, Robertson and Howden, 463
  • Pipes, Drain, Kersey, 603
  • DrJin, Kersey, 435
  • Overflow, Jennings, 364
  • Preventing the Bursting of, Squires, 441
  • for Smoking, Distin, 440
  • Pistons, Barker, 431
  • Cylinder, W hite, 696
  • Metallic, Knowles, 491
  • Packlugs, North and Peacock, 431
  • Planting Grain and Seed, Freer, 430
  • Planimeter, Improved, Bodmer, 377
  • Ploughs, Smith, 435
  • Moving, &c., Fowler, 376
  • Ploughing Land, Fowler, 435
  • and 'Tilling, Fowler, jun., and Greig, 603
  • Pneumatic Aparatuc, Doran, 433
  • Portfolios, Harvey, 439
  • Pouches, Percussion Cap, Dennet and Pays, 4.4)
  • Priming% used for Preparing Canvas, Wood, Pontifex and Needham, 600
  • Preparation of Hemp, &c , ilornersham, 434
  • of Flour, Freeland, 441
  • Preparing Cotton, ac Micron, Smith, and INIcroft, 458
  • Cotton, Pettit, 598
  • for Doubling Cotton, Thatcher, 434, 520
  • Flores from Plants, Eaves, 603
  • Paper, Bannelir, 604
  • Preservation of Nfetals, Oadrr, 440
  • Preservinz and Packing Flour, Autrobun, 439
  • Life, Buoyant Cushion', Underhill, 700
  • Surfaces, Cook, 439
  • Timber, Jackson, 4
  • Wood, Biliinton, 6 m Presses, Copying, Carey, 556
  • Pressure Gauge, Inshaw, 457
  • Printing (*hind, Illingworth, 602
  • on Cloth, l'ietruni, 444
  • and Emi,ossing, Kind, 442
  • ink Odoriferous, Renderior„ Grant, 504
  • Musical Notes„linrzolo, 436
  • Projectiles, Maissi et, 480
  • Propellers, Alexandre, 432
  • Propeller, Dixon, 567
  • Propelling Boats, Hale, 479
  • Vessels, Chapman, 432
  • Bartholomew, 479
  • Tindall, 543
  • Galloway, 597
  • Propulsion, I.aisd and Water, Newton, 431
  • Protecting Metallic Surfaces, Rosenberg, 365
  • Prussian Blue, Brunel, 603
  • Polls for Paper, Van den Flout and Brown, 434
  • Pulping Turnips, 'lentil:111, 435
  • Pulverising Land, Collins, 532
  • Pumps, Double Actinz, Tolhausen, 439
  • Rotary, ac., Engine', Newton, 596
  • Steam, Hawthorn, 520
  • Buckets, Kennedy, Myles, and Eastwood, 439
  • Logan, 544
  • Roberts, 603
  • Jennings, 439
  • (;edge, 504
  • Life, Brooke, G04
  • Pumping, Materials for, Clarkson, 432
  • Purifying' Animal Fibres, Martin and Newman, 699
  • Spirits, Hyde, 439
  • Quinine, &c., Horsley, 43S Rails, rasteninz the Ends of, Stansbury, 599
  • Railtsay Bars, Fining, Evan, 375
  • Bar., and Flancla Bearers, Ransome and Biildell, 697
  • Brakes, E.1wardt, 5f67
  • Brake, Satfroy, 375
  • Chairs, Hostage, and Tatlock, 432 1
  • Railway Chairs, Morrell, 598
  • Chairs, Jones, 597
  • Chairs, securing Rails in, Sands, 597
  • Carriages, Connecting, Uemaio, 598
  • Stock, Coupling, Sharp and Forsyth„ 532
  • Chairs for, Perring, 598
  • Si itches and Crosses of, Clay, 580
  • Communicating on, Haden, 432
  • Connecting the Rails of, Hunt, 433
  • Construction of, Bowers, 479
  • Couplings, Railway Carriage, Newton, 597
  • Normandy, 49)
  • Joining the Bails of, Brown, 598
  • Lock Joints for Rails of, Todiausen, 432
  • Permanent Way of, Alien, 519
  • Kamm, 597
  • Pickering, 432
  • liergue, 432
  • Hamilton, 43'
  • Burligh, 458
  • Prevention of Accidents on, Fontainemoreau, 432
  • Prevention of Collisions on, Lackerstcen, 432
  • Rails for, Jowett, 467
  • Supporting the Rails of, Breech and Jef. freys, 432
  • Removing Snow from, Glover, 375
  • Nevrton, 699
  • Sleepers for, ('reenshield,, 628
  • Sleepers nips Rails, NVaite, 652
  • Stopping Trains, Guerinot, 433
  • Supporting !tails of, Spencer, 567
  • Sustaining the Rails of, Moate, 457
  • Switches, Richardson, 598
  • Switches, Rolling, Brown and Brown, 643
  • switches, Clay, 5e0
  • Switches and Crosses of, Brooman, 491 11'heels. Pole and 432
  • Kitson, 597
  • Krupp, 363
  • Rai•ing Nap or l'ile, Jobuson, 59j Steam, Boilers for, Goldin:, 3G3
  • the Nap and Dressing Woulleu Cloths, Grey, 363
  • and lz)wering Boat, Napier, 433
  • and Lowering Coals, &c., Walker. 377
  • Mud, SchwartzkutT, 4S0
  • Sunken Vessels, klewtou, 598
  • Weights, Taylor, 440
  • anti Lowering Weights, Morris, 604
  • Ramrods, Securing, Ladmore, 436
  • Ranges, Jones. Rowe. anti Perrias, 480
  • Reaping and Mowing Machines, W1E:limn, 435
  • Reeling Machines, Lawson and Jennings, 434
  • Reflective Leveller, Barrie, 440
  • Registering Log, &c , Friend, 363
  • Regulus, Treating Argeotiferous, Trueman, 603
  • Regulator, Comprnsator, Weaving of Ribbons, KynaL 4S0
  • Rwlating Wats,r, &c , Lambert, 544
  • Releasing Cords of Blinds, Jackson, 436
  • Removing Scale from Flues. Lindsay, 596
  • Respiration, instruments for Aiding, Jeffreys. GO5
  • Ribbed Cloth, Sichel, 491
  • Ribbons, Regulator Compensator for Weaving of, Vii'nat, 480
  • Riving for Vessels, Parkburst, 479
  • Roastieg Jack. Symons, 376
  • Rock, Driving Galleries through, Penrice, 603
  • Rollers. Blind, Tall 601
  • for Calico Printing, Jenkins, 599
  • for Printing Fabrics, Rippon, 599
  • for Spinning Machinery, Middleton, 434
  • Rolls for Rolling Steel, Copper, acc., Stanley and Company, 563
  • Rolling Metal, Mcver, 480
  • Safety Purses, Morgan, 530
  • Sails, Reeding Dyer. 652
  • Saltpetre. Lurig. 605
  • Sand and Glass Papers, Brooman. 365
  • Saucepans. Kettles, ac , Smith, 568
  • Saw Teeth, Walehn, 481
  • Saws. Adjusting Circular, Laxton, 604
  • Setting, Weston and Carter, 602
  • Sawing Machinery, Exall, 532
  • Seasoning Timber, Barlow. 601
  • Seed Crushing, Bodmi.r, 439
  • Separating Copper from the Ores, Ball, 603
  • Substances, New ton, 580
  • Separation of Liquids, Thomson, 468
  • Sewing Machines. Hughes, 438
  • Foxwell. 437
  • Mitchell, Mitchell, and Clarkson, 480
  • Thomas, 603
  • Needles, Iiartleet, 544
  • Screw, Bower, $04
  • for Propelling Vessels, Applyin;, Lynn, 479
  • Propellers. Driving, Napier and Miller, 458
  • Propellers. Samuelson, C20
  • Scythes, Boyd. 503
  • >holm; and Rolling Metal, Preston, 458
  • Skates. Retifern, 436
  • Thompson, 520
  • Shafti. Tubes. 6tc . iron Rods, Newton. 440
  • Shafting iron, Newman and Whittle, 431
  • Ship% &e., Lamb and Ronalds. 459
  • Apparatus for Int:scaling the Buoyancy of, Layton, 597
  • l'ropelling and Steering, Burnside, 598
  • Knees, Betteley, 431
  • Knees, Iron for, Betteley, 597
  • Kelsons, Thompson, 432
  • Retarding the Way of, Hall, 598
  • Shipbuilding, Iron, Toward, 433
  • Steam Boiler,. Bridges, disc., Metal, Claus, 491
  • Shirts, Malteste, 436
  • Shoes. ate . Ainiont, 700
  • Shutters. Fasteners for, Flint, 601
  • Shuttle Tongues, Barton, 376
  • Mellowtiew and I)uxbury, 600
  • Signal Apparatus, Palmer. 567
  • Bell. Gulliver, and (ioldtborpes, 481
  • Sivinls for Railways, Exploding. Couam, 431
  • Fog, Stokes, 433
  • for Railways, Fog, Curtis. 430
  • Telegraph, Madnison, 597
  • Signalling, Railway, Ingall and Browne, 432
  • Trains in Motion, Locke, 432
  • Skins, training and Chequering, Legrand, 520
  • Sleepers, Treating Vonden, Billington. 532
  • Slide Lathes, Muir, 504
  • Sliding Tube for Candles, Stc., Liley, 602
  • Slips for the Repair of Ships, Law, 441
  • and Ways and Apparatus for Hauling up Ships, White. 597
  • Steel, Stirling, 580
  • Small.arms, Military, Preston, 436
  • Small Shot, Charritie and Smith, 556
  • Smoke. Consuming. Descos. 431
  • Consumption of, Fleming and Fyfe, 431
  • Lodge, Ogden, and Lodge, .532
  • Soap. Gossage, 442
  • Suds. Schaeffer, 580
  • Thomas, 469
  • Clayton. 603
  • Manufacture of, Gossage, 442
  • and Lubricating Material, Anderson, 442
  • Sud., Treating, Itochette, 504
  • Soda, Manufacture of, Stevenson and Williamson, 440
  • Ste., Manufacture of, Barrow, 317, 520
  • Soldering Cast Iron, Davies, 605
  • Spindles, Mills, 598
  • Spittoon. Bergeon, 364
  • spinning Cotton, Sec., Beads, 434
  • Cotton, Tyso, 599
  • and Siik, Waste, Blackburn, COO Rollers Employed in, Dresehtleld, 434
  • Machinery, Flyers fur, Bennett and Dug/Liles 503
  • Weighting Roller for, Ilarteliffe, 363 1.1.ter. 600
  • and Drying Yarns, Preparing, Leach's, 491
  • and Doubling. Lees and Newton, 433
  • Cotton, Lakin, Thompson, Fitton. and Fitton, 652
  • Wool, 11hott, Leach. and Ratcliffe, 503
  • and Doubling, Elks, 599
  • Wool, &c., Vimont, 600
  • and Doubling, Machinery for, Flo wbray 503
  • poublinz Machinery, Platt, 567
  • Spoons and Forks. Cope, 580
  • Fork', Re., Emanuel, 441
  • Springs, Buffer. and Draw, 'Fallon, 433
  • for Carriages, N.C., Hooper, 458
  • Carriage, Wright and Gorrery. 652
  • Railroad Carriage, Newton, 467
  • for Railway Carriages. Fox, 469
  • Stamps, Damping Guinme.l, Schafer and Schafer, 520
  • Starch, Maughan, 605
  • British Gum, &c , Reekitt and Reckitt, 520
  • Sacoharification of, Pittman, 440
  • Stays and Corsets. SAnpter, 361
  • Steel, Fontaine, 43S
  • ca.t, Brown. 441
  • Steam Boiler. Jackson, 596
  • Boiler Apparatus, Hopkinson, 431
  • Boilers, Routleitze., 596
  • Boiler,, Drury, 556
  • Etigino Boilers, Iron Ships, and Boats, Wright, 543
  • Engine., Barkier, 479
  • Joule, 519
  • Johnson, 491
  • Young, 532
  • Nornland, 543
  • Barran*, 596
  • Swift and Derham, 628
  • Wilkinson, 596
  • and Vapour Engines, Samna and Nichol. son, 596
  • Engines, Portable, Hart, 435
  • Fowler and MeCnain, 699
  • Engine, Rotary, Barratt, 567
  • OtThAu,, :363
  • Newton, 431
  • Graftiaux. 678
  • Morel, 590
  • Newton. 596
  • Rotative, Bouwens, 596
  • Engines. Transform:ition of Movement in, 479
  • Generating. CAteter, 431
  • Duppi, 363
  • Concl, 431
  • Webber, 579
  • Geuerittin; and Heating, Longbottom and 1..nrizinai4, 431
  • Production of, Allman and Bethune, 628
  • ltJising. Golding, 363
  • Steel. Cast, Brown, 411
  • ltroomaii, 480
  • Manufacturing. Newton, 604
  • Pens, Prince, 603
  • Tempering, Thomas, 468
  • Wire, Smith, 605
  • Steering Apparatus, Pegg, 596
  • Stereotyping, llogg and Napier, GO4
  • Stiffening Cotton, ac., Leigh, Stilt for Casks, Dalizetty, 442
  • Stone, Boring, Tolh.iusen, 435
  • Sawing and Cutting Slate, &c., Chaffin and Ellis, 437
  • Sawing or Cutting, Petitpierre, 568
  • Stop Cocks or Taps, Stroud, 602
  • Stove, Witter, 480
  • Brooks, 568
  • Gas, Goode, 437
  • Grates, Houle, 43.5
  • Hall, 435
  • Owen, 435
  • Goode, 437
  • Scudamore, 503
  • IlIck•, 600
  • Riddell, 700
  • Cookie JefTries, 601
  • Ranges and Boiler,, Steven, 46S Strap, Driving, Holmes, 439
  • Straw-shaking Apparatu,, Maggs, 543
  • Sugar Curing, Aspinall, 438
  • Manufacture of, Richard, 563
  • Melting and Filtering, Leitch, 438
  • Sulphate Alumine, Treatment, Moll, 504
  • Sulphuric Acid, (.oscage, 629
  • Supplying Water to Boilers, Mellor and Young, 596
  • Suspending ln.ulated Wirec, Clark, Sustaining the Human Body in Water, Whitehead, 601
  • Siphons, Gedge, 504
  • Swe"ping Flours, Ker, 458
  • Tables, Stools, &c., &amain, 437
  • Tanning, Newton, 430
  • sainelet, 440
  • Ilide. and Skins, Funcke, 469
  • Taps and Valves, Cartwright, 439
  • Teapots, Plated, &c . Cornforth, 601
  • Teeth, Artificial, Trueman, 440
  • Telegraph Printing, John'on, 544
  • Insulator, Woodman, 469, 504
  • Messages, ilumasion, 364
  • Telegraphing, Tyer, 377
  • Telegraphs, Posts for Electric, Hamilton, 437
  • Tenoning and Mortising Machine., Baptiste, 609
  • Thermometric Apparatus, Gauntlett, 604
  • Thrashing Machine, Fowler and 31cCollin, 435
  • Threstie4, Bleasdale, 468
  • McGregor and Marquis, 599
  • Tiles, Duma%, 568
  • (iedue, 601
  • Ornamental, Roberts, 600
  • Roofing and other, Pucksun, 435
  • Brick., Zitc., Na%myth and Minton, Gul Tillers, Johnson, 363 1,4nd, Law, 628
  • 'fin, Bending and SoHering, Gedge, 441
  • Timber, Shaping, Broornan, 652
  • Tobacco, Machinery for Pressing and Cutting, 441
  • Treating, Wallace and Sowell, 504
  • Pipe Stems, Davis, 604
  • Transmitting Communications, Harrison. 441
  • Motion, Dewar, 619
  • Motive Power, Rankin, 567
  • Transport of tioods, Moseley, 432
  • Travelling Bag, tieslor, 504
  • Treating Pictures, Halt, 680
  • Trowsers, Cutting, Clarke, 520
  • and Drawers, Merrett, 504
  • Trunks, La,t's linprovements in, 532
  • I'ru.se, Sander*, 364
  • Tube, Elastic Metallic, Webster, 601
  • Tubes, Spinning Frame, Etn.ley, 491
  • Ela.tic, Turner, 544
  • Tunnel., Submarine, Vacherot, 628
  • Turnip., Cuttikig, Bent ail, 43.5
  • Pulping, &c., Bentall, 435
  • Tuykres, Reserving, Corbett, 440
  • Tyre, Johnson, 598
  • lndia-rubber, Fuller, 597
  • Umbrellas, Apparatus fur Receiving Vet, Tyerman, 458
  • and Parasol:, sappier, 520
  • Vacuum, Creating a, Broome°. 556
  • Valve', ttoutledge, 400
  • Lloyd, 432
  • Nailed, 541
  • Actuating Gas or Water, Wailes, 46$
  • for l'umps, Box and. Palmer, 580
  • Safety, Wdlker, 467
  • Screw Stop, Gdrdissal, 603
  • Slide, Brooman, 556
  • ToIhduzen, 431
  • Barrow, 431
  • Ryder, 543
  • Mills, 479
  • Working, Marsh, .131
  • Vehicle, Stopping, Murphy, 597
  • Vegetables, CruThing, Devaus, 430
  • Sui.stances from Mixed Fabrics, Recover. inz the, Southaw, Stead, and Martin, 599
  • Vessels and Filters, Carey, 581
  • Veltets, Cut, Murdoch, 598
  • Dressing and Finishing, &c., Smith find Craven, ti29
  • Ventilation, Wadsworth, 5S0
  • Ventilatinz, Salter, 376
  • Bakewell, 11111, 435
  • Cl.irk, 440
  • Steam Vessels, C. Wye Williams, 697
  • 'funnels, Mines, &c., Marsden, 440
  • Ventilator% Miller, 458
  • Vices, Day Li and Davis, 438
  • Dalgetty, 441
  • Meyer, 603
  • Vinegar, Manufacture of, Gerbaut, 481
  • Walk, Constructing and Facing, Taylor, 460
  • Warming by Steam, told, 601
  • Washing aa.,l Churning, Cornes, 520
  • Machines, Nowtoit, 364 111(oeral., Lloyd, 605
  • Waste of Wool, Treating the Spun, Sherwood, 503
  • Water-closets, Ship, Williams, 432
  • Henderson, 601
  • Waterprouting Auterial, Ford, 439, 442
  • Stuffs, Muratori, 468
  • Water-carts, Carey, 700
  • Metre, Jopling, 532
  • Power, Burrell, 595
  • Witches and Chronometer', Stewart and Pritchard, 436
  • and Timekeepers, Tolhausen, 601
  • Mesure, 605
  • Weaving, Thompson, 598
  • Lean and Thompson, 376
  • by Electric Power, Johnson, 599
  • RubertNon, GOO Ornamental, Gilchrist, 480
  • Lister, GOO
  • Weighing Apparatus, Ilami;ton, 410
  • Windmills or Engine., Zaho and NVells, 479
  • Winding Yarns, Kaselou 543
  • Harrison and Oudie, 434
  • Windlasses, Ships', Gardissal, 567
  • for Working Plough', Smith, 600
  • Windmills or Engine$, Zahn, 375
  • V ire, Cocker, 4:S8
  • ‘Vheelbarrows, Prates, 506
  • Wheel and Axle. Swift, 432
  • and Tyres, Railway, Owen, 432
  • fur Locomotives, Manufacture of, Murray, 567
  • Railway, Ile) n', 598
  • Wrought-iron, t: edge, 432
  • Wool from Fabric., ittcovcring the, Brack, 434
  • Treating the Spun Waste of, Sherwood, 503
  • Yarn from Wool, 3lanufacturo of, Tolhausen, 434
  • New, Cowper, 628
  • Twisting. and Reeling, Garnett, 600
  • Doubling or Twi3ting, Platt and titbittaker, -EH Brook and Hirst, 520
  • Sizing, Bollough, 433
  • Treatment uf, Pilling, 652
  • Twisting and Doubling, Brierlcv, 532
  • Warping, Clegg and Kay, 5GS Winding, Parker, 599
  • 1Vioding, Sizing, and Beaming, Binns, 699
  • Zinc or Speller, Darlington, 440
  • Manufacture of, Newton, 480
  • Producing Oxide of, Darlington, 442

Patents upon which the Third Year's Stamp Duty has been Paid

  • Allan, Alexander. 519
  • Allan, Thomas, 457
  • Anderson, George, 699
  • Armitage, George, 430
  • Arrowsmith, Peter Bothwell, an.1 James Newhouse, 531
  • Austen, Alexander Isaac, 411
  • Austin, Ed‘%/trd, 566
  • Austin, William, 579
  • Austin, 'William, 610
  • Austin, William, 6.)1
  • Bailey, Joseph Sharp, 69)
  • Baines, Villsam, '157
  • uakewell, Thomas 11111, 387
  • Baldwin, James, 531
  • Banks, Daniel Lancaster, 651
  • Banner, Edward Gregpon, Barlow, z'ainuel, jun., and John Pendlebury, 411
  • Barnes, John, 699
  • Barraciough, C114110,1, 555
  • Barrans, Joseph, 411
  • Bates, Lewis Harvey, 627
  • Beaumont. Andre Alvxander, 555
  • liaiswens, Felix Ileven, 589
  • Wilford, Auguste Edouard Laradoux, 362
  • Belford, Aulcuste Edouard Ltradoux, 664
  • Beliford, Aurzuste Edouard Laradoux, 676
  • Bellford, Auguste Edouard Laradoux, 686
  • Bennoch, Francis, 699
  • Bernard, Julian, 676
  • ltes.emer, Henry, 387
  • Bidden, George Arthur, 362
  • Bloomer, Caleb, 531
  • Boccius, Gotlib, 699
  • Bourne, John, 676
  • Brady, John Drumgoole, 651
  • Brand, Richard Farmer, 457
  • Branston, Frederick William, 686
  • Breese, Charles, 39i Brlerly, Henry, 616
  • Brisco, Robt., and Peter S. Iloraman, 531
  • Brodie, Benjamin Collins. jun., 411
  • Brook, William Leigh, and Charles Brook. junior, 651
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, :1M, Brooman, Richard Archibtld, 430
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, 457
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, 531
  • Brown, Alexander, 661
  • Brown, John Harcourt, 651
  • Bullough, James, John Walmsley, anti David Whittaker, 513
  • Burns, Andrew, 38G
  • Burleigb, Benjamin, G5:
  • Burrows, Benjamin, 398
  • Buxton, Thomas, 411
  • Calvert, Frederick Crace, 686
  • Carr, Charles, and William Kyle Horsley, 616
  • Castro, Auguste, 651
  • Castro, Manuel Fernandez de. 555
  • Charleton, Jean Francois Felix, 579
  • Climberlain, II iimphrey, 616
  • Chantrell, George Frederick, 579
  • Cheavin, Srplier, 661
  • Chesterman, James, 616
  • Child, John Wright, and Robert Wilson, 46;
  • Child, John Wright, and Robert Wilson, 5ti6
  • Clark, Josiah Latimer, 686
  • Clayton Henry, 510
  • Clough, Charles Buller, 430
  • Coates, Charles, 566
  • Cockey. Edward, Henry Cockey, and Francis Christopher Cockey, 398
  • Coffee, John Ambrose, 686
  • Collier. George, 555
  • Collier, George, 651
  • Collins, Charles. 503
  • Colt, Samuel, 386
  • Cook, William Woods, 374
  • Coraldes, Louis, 661
  • Corgi, Antoine, 53.5
  • Coubrough, Anthony l'ark, 616
  • Crowley, John, 616
  • Candy, Joseph, 491
  • Curd), Joseph, 498
  • Cuninghame, Alexander, 479
  • Dalton, George, 387
  • Davis, Edward Keating, 661
  • Davis, James, and Robert Ramsay, 502
  • Deards, Georgr, 457
  • De Bergue, Charles, 610
  • Delarbre, Felix Alexander Victor, 467
  • De la Rue, Warren, 411
  • Denton, Joseph, 5").)
  • During, Georxe Edward, 595
  • Dickson, James Hil1, 5•J2
  • Douglas, Geor,:e Kati, Dryburgh, Richard, 627
  • Dubbs, Henry, 519
  • Duncan, John WAilace, 394
  • Duppa, Bryan Edward, tit;
  • Eccles, Richard, John Mason, and Leonard Kaberry, 676
  • Ellisdon, Joseph, 343
  • Else, John, 566
  • Eu3bet, David, 531
  • Fairbairn, Peter, 111
  • Faleoni, Marino lentil,' Joseph Christophe 'Vincent, 627
  • Fait, John, 363
  • Finch, Edward, and Charles Lamport, 467 Finnemore, Joseph Bacon, 386 Fontainemoreau, 1'. Armand le Comte de, 3104 Fontainemoreau, P. Armand le Comte de, 411 Fs.ntainemoreau, 1'. Armand le Comte de, 491 Font,ainemoreau, P. &wand le Comte de, 531 Fontaineinore.iu, P. Armand le Comte de, 664 Forster, Thomas, 411
  • Foster, William, 62
  • Fouque, Pierre Marie, Louis Rcno Herbert, and Vincent Etienne Doret Le NI arneur, 579
  • Fouque, Pierre Marie, Louis Rene Herbert, and Vincent Etienne Doret I.e Marneur, 6b6
  • Fry, Joseph, 627
  • George Lecdharu, 467
  • Gains., William Edward, 676
  • Gazaviaire, Georges Edouard, 661
  • Goddard, Henry, 555
  • Goodyear, Charles, 398
  • Goodyear, Charles, 398
  • Goodyear, Charles, 398
  • Goodyear, Charles, 398
  • Goodyear, Charles, 396
  • Goodyear, lei, 491
  • Goodyear, Charles, 491
  • Goodyear, Charles, 5'.s5
  • uoodyear, Charles, 686
  • Gray, Thomas, and John Reid, 398
  • Greenwood, Juhu, 686
  • Griffiths, Robert, 627
  • Grist, John, 502
  • Grlribon, Edward Patrick, 491
  • Grimbhaw, Weston, and DU, Rowland, 491
  • Gurney, Joseph, 595
  • Haley, Joseph, GIG Hall, Samuel, 457
  • Halliwell, Robert, and William Johnson, 555
  • Hamilton, George, 616
  • Henley, William Thomas, 430
  • Henley, William "Itioinas, 676
  • Heritage, John, 467
  • Hewitt, John, 627
  • Hill, John, sen., and John Hill, jun., 6.-)1
  • Hine, Benjamin Horribuckle, Anthony John Mundt:1:s, and Thomas Thompson, 411
  • Hodges, Richard Edward, 616
  • Howard, James, 595
  • Hughes, Edward Jo4epli, 595
  • Hushes, Hesketh, 467
  • Hughes, John, 457
  • Huntley, William, 398
  • Itnray, John, 362
  • lrilng, Thomas, 555
  • Jackson, Charles Scott, 566
  • Jackson, Charles Scott, 566
  • Jackson, Peter Kothwell, 555
  • James, Arthur, 676
  • Jamey, Isaac, 699
  • Jarrett, Oriftith, 386
  • Jennings, Henry Constantine, 531
  • Johnson, John, 555
  • Johnson, John Henry, 467
  • Johnson, John Henry, 491
  • Johnson, John Henry, 651
  • Johnson, John Henry, 566
  • Johnson, John Henry, 627
  • Johnson, John Henry. 664
  • Johnson, William Beckett, 479
  • Joyce, William, and Thomas Meacham, 651
  • Kay, John Zuill, 686
  • Kennard, Thomas William, 371
  • Kesterton, Edwin, 616
  • Labat, Jean Alexandre, 531
  • Leetch, James, 513
  • Levesley, W illiam, 387
  • Levick, Frederick, and Joseph Fieldhonse,651
  • Lister, Samuel CunlilTe, 651
  • Lister, Samuel C., 661
  • Longmaid, William, 457
  • Macomie, Alexander, 661
  • MacSweny. Thomas, 457
  • Marten, John. 457
  • Maumene, Edme Jules. 555
  • McConnell, James Edward, 430
  • McGregor, Peter, 627
  • McLean, Andrew, and 'Wm. Fraser Rae, 566
  • Medeiros, John Csrvalho de, 430
  • Mee, William, 627
  • Messenger, Samuel, 676
  • Melville James, 610
  • Meyer, Henry, 531
  • Minasi, Carlo, 362
  • Moffat. John. 616
  • Morison, John, and Daniel Burn, 566
  • Morrison, Robert, 430
  • Moss, Thomas, 430
  • Muir, Matthew Andrew, 676
  • Muntz, William Henry, 54;6
  • Murlaud, Samuel, 555
  • Nalder, James Hall, and John Thomas Knapp, 519
  • Napier, James Murdoch, (Ill 651
  • Needham, William, and James Kite, jun., 386
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, 676
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, 595
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, 375
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, 595
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, 531
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, 411
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, 699
  • Newton, Mark, 616
  • Newton, William Edward, 502
  • Newton, William Edward, 491
  • Newton, William Edward, 49l Newton, William Edward, 566
  • Nichol, Davidson, 627
  • Nickels, Christopher, and Ralph Selby, 519
  • Nicklin, John Banks, 627
  • Norton, James Shield, and Henry Jules Boric, 398
  • Norton, John, 519
  • Ogden, James Clark, and William Gibson, 467
  • O'Neill, Patrick Bonlgnus, 595
  • O'Niell, Patrick Benignus, 651
  • Osbourn, Frederick, 467
  • Parkes, James, and Samuel Hickling Parkes, 386
  • Pascal, Jean Baptiste, 636
  • Patterson, John, 664
  • Perkins, John, 430
  • Perking, John Mae, 411
  • Plummer, William Frederick, 676
  • Plimpton, Henry Richardson, and James Leonard Plimpton, 566
  • Poole, Moses, 640
  • Poole, Moses, 519
  • Porter, John Francis, 566
  • Potter, John Gerald. and Robert Mills, 627
  • Potts, William, 555
  • Potts, Ferdinand, 531
  • Pratt, David, 610
  • Ramsay, Charles, G51
  • Ramsdell, John Carter, 661
  • Ransome, Frederick, 387
  • Reilly, James, 6.51
  • Rerteli, '1 homas, 3R6
  • Rettie, %Vahan), 467
  • Riepe, Ewald, 374
  • Riepe, Ewald, 375
  • Robinson, Joseph, G61
  • Roden, Richard Brown, 411
  • Rodger, William, 566
  • Rowan, 1Villiam, 430
  • Rubery, John, 555
  • Russell, ‘V Whim, 5GG Rust, Robert Anderson, 375
  • Saunders, Jonathan, 676
  • Saxhy, Stephen Martin, 375
  • Schafer, Philip, and Frederick Schafer, 411
  • Schiele, Christian, 0+6
  • Sharp, ‘Villiam Prior, John Hill, jun., and William Martin, 543
  • Sington, Adolphus, 519
  • Smith, William, 610
  • Smith, IV 'Main, and Thomas Phillips, 430
  • Smith, William, and Thomas Phillips, 430
  • Sochet, Prix Charles Jean Baptiste, 610
  • Spencer, George, 411
  • Spencer, George, 519
  • Spooner, William Charles, 362
  • Steel, William, 647
  • Stenson, Joseph, (.27
  • Stickney, Gage, 467
  • Stickney, Gage, 467
  • Stocks, George Louis, 519
  • Summertied, Thomas, 579
  • Swonnell, Allred, 479
  • Talabot, Joseph Leon, and John Davie Morrie* Stirling, 411
  • Taylor, Isaac, 387
  • 'Tyler, John, James Griffiths, and Thomas Leer, 491
  • Taylor, James. 699
  • Taylor, William, 651
  • Thomson. Archibald, 676
  • Thompson. William Joseph, 531
  • Tranter, William, 631
  • Varroc, Eugene de, 479
  • wan4brough, James, 686
  • WArd, John, and Edward Cawley, 491
  • Warner, Frederick, and John 8hotton, 513
  • Watt, Charles. and Hugh Burgess, 479
  • Webster, .J imes, 479
  • Webster, James, 566
  • Wharton, Emanuel, 651
  • Whitehead. John, and Thos. Vhitehead,595
  • Whiteley, John, 479
  • Wilding, William Henry, 543
  • Willis, Henry, 640
  • Wilson. George Ferguson, and Alexandre Isaac Austen, 411
  • Wilson, George Ferguson, 555
  • Wilson, George Fergusson, Wilson, George Fergusson, 555
  • Worrell, Jame., 566
  • Worth, Samuel Leake, and Agmond llishin Vesey Canavan, 513

Price List of Specifications

  • 2306, 9d.; 2309, ls. 3d.; 2423, 7d.; 2732, ed.; 2734, 5d.; 2788, 9d.; 2791, 7d.; 2792, &I.; 2795, 4d.; 2801, is. 4d.; 2808, 3d.; 2810, (3d.; 2811, ls.; 2813, 3d.; 2816, 4d.; 2821, 7d.; 2826, 4s. &I.; 2828. ls. 3d.; 2832, 7d.; 2833, 7d.; 2834, 5d. : 2835, (id.; 2839, 3d.; 24342, 7d.; 2848, 54.; 2844, 3d.; 2845, 3d.; 2846, 9d.; 2847, 9d.; 284s, 7d.; 2849, 3d.; 2850, ls.; 2851, 3d.; 2852, 3d.; 2853, 3d.; 2854, 3d.; 285.5, 10d.; 2856, &I.; 2857, 3d.; 2858, 3d.; 2861, ls. 9c1.,; 2865, 3d.; 2867, Od.; 2809, 3d.; 2871, 5d.; 2873, 3d.; 2875, 6d.; 2876, 1s. 3d.; 2877, 3d.; 2878, 6d.; 2879, 10d.. 2880, 9d.; 2881, le. 3d.; 2882, 3d.; 2883, 10d.; 2884, 3d.; 2886, 3d.; 2887, 9d.; 2890, 3d.; 2891, 3d.; 2892, 3d.; 2893, 8d.; 2894, ls. 7d.; 2895, 7d.; 2896, 6d.; 2897, 6d. 2899, 8d.; 2900, lid.; 2901, ls. ld.; 2904, 3d.; 2905, 3d.; 2906, 3d.; 2907, 3d.; 2908, &I.; 2909, 6d.; 2911, 3d.; 2914, 3d.; 2915, 3d.; 2918, 11d.; 2919, &I.; 2920, 6d.; 2923, ls. 3d.; 2926, 3d.; 2930, 3d.; 64, 3d.; 2859, 7C1.; 2800, 2s. 5d.; 2862, la. 6d.; 2864. 3d.; MO, 4d.; 2868, 7d.; 2870, 7d.; 2874. 1s. 10d.; 2898, 10d.: 2902, 9d.; 2908, 9d.; 2910, Od.; 2912, ls. 5d.; 2913, 5d.; 2916, 10d.; 2917, 7d.; 2921. 40.: 2924, 16. 3d.: 2925.7s. Bd.; 2927, 2s. 40.: 2929. 16.; 2931, 3d.: 2932, Is. 10d.; 2933, 3d.; 2935. Id.; 2236, 54.; 2937. 3d.; 2938. 4d.; 2939. 3d; 2910, 3s. 7d.; 2941, 3d; 2942, &I.; 2943, 5d.; 2944. 3d.; 2945, 3d; 2948. 6d.; 2949. 7d.; 2950, 3d.; 2951, 10d.; 2052. 3d; 2953, 44:1; 2954, 3d; 2955 3d.; 2950, 10d.; 2957, 3d.; 2258, 3d.; 1, 3d; 3. 3t1; 4, Ltd; 5, 10d.; 6,3d.; 7, 9, 9(1; 10, 3d.; 14. 4d. : 16, 16. 4d; 17, 3d.; 20. 3d.; 21, 3d.; 23, 3d.; 24, 3d; 34, 3d.; 36, 3d.; 40. &I. : 43, 3d.; 108. 7d; 117.6d.; 136. ed.; 2169, 3d.; 2793, ed; 2946. ls. 3d.; 2, 10d.; 8. 9(1.; 11, 6d.; 12, 16.; 13, 3d.; 16, 7d.; 18. 5d.; 19. 7d 22, 7d.; 25, Od.; 26,1s. 4d.: 27.8d : 213, 7d.: 29, &1:30, 3d.; 31, 3d; 32, 3d.; 33, 9d.; 36. 9d.; 37, 16. 9d.; 39, 5d.; 41, 9d; 42, 0(1; 45, 3d.; 46, 3d.; 47, 3d; 48, td; 49, 3d.; 60, ls.; 51, &I; 52, ed.; 55, 7d.; 56, 3d.; 57. 3d. 68, 3d.; 59, 3d.; 60, 3d.; 61, 3d.; 65, 3d.; (17, 3d.; 68, 3d.; 70, 7d.; 72, 3d; 73, 8d.; 76, 3d. 70, ad.: 78, 3d.; 79, &I.: 83, 3d; 84, 10d.; 18, 3d.; 89, 5d.: 90, 7d.: 92, 8d.; 94, 3d 98, 8d.; 100, 3d.; 101, 3d.; 125, 9d.; 231, 7d.: 765, 8d.: 2584, 9d.; 2793, 6d.: 44,16. Od.; 53.86. 3(1.; 64. 3d.: 62, 4d : 88, 8d.: 60, 6d.; 69, Dd.; 71, 6(1.; 74, 3(1.; 77,10(1.; 80, 110.; 81, 6d.; 82, 3d.; 8.5, Od.: 86, 10d.; 87, 9,1 91, 3d.; 98, es. id.; 95, 3d.; 96, 6d.; 99, 3d; 103, Is. 6d.; 105, 3d.: 106, is. 4d; 107, 10d.; 109, 5d.; 112, 6d.; 118, 9d.; 123, 9d.; 124, 3d.; 120, 3d.; 137. 3d.: 188, 3d.; 139, 3d.; 140, 3d.; 143, 3d.; 144. 3d.; 146, 3d.; 155, 6d.; 841, 4d.: 85, 5d. 2565, Od.: 2560, ed.; 21388, ed.; 97, la. 4d.: 102, 9d.; 104, Od.; 110, le. 4d.; 113, le. 4d.; 114, 6d.; 116, 10d.; 119, Od.; 120, is. 5d.; 121, 1s. 6d.: 122, &I.; 127, 3d.; 128, 3d.; 129, 6d.; 130, is. 7d.; 131, 7d.; 182, &I.; 133, le.: 184, 3d.; 135, Is.; 141, 3d.: 142, 10d.; 146, 5d.; 147, 3d.; 148, 10d.; 151, 7d.; 156, 3d.: 157, 7d.; 159, id.; 160, 8d.; 162, ls. ld.; 163, 3d.; 165, 8d.; 166, ls. 4d.; 107, 3d.: 160, 6d.: 171, 104.: 182, 3d.; 183, 3d.; 184, 3d.; 192, 3d.: 195, 3d.; 196, 84; 198, 6d.: 204, 6d.; 809, 7d.; 2442, 6d.; 2560,10d.: 149, le. 10d.; 150, ; 152, 3d.; 153, 7d.; 144, 3d.; 168, 3d.; 161, le. 34.1.: 168, 3d.; 170, 9d; 172, 3d.; 178, Pd.; 174, 8d.; 176, 4d; 176, 3d.; 177, 9d.; 178, 3d,; 179, 3d.; 180, 3d.; 181, &I.; 185,1s. 4d.; 186, 5d.: 187, 5d.: 188, 3d.; 189, 10d.; 191, 6d.; 193, Is. bd.: 197, ls. 14.; 201, 8d.; 205, 3d.; 206, 94.; 208, 6d.; 209, 6d.; 210, ls. 5d.; 212, 9d.; 218, 3d.; 216, 6d.; 210, 3d.: 220, 3d.: 223, 3d.; 225, &L; 227, 10d.; 229, 3d.; 234, 3d.; 285, 3d.; 238, 3d.; 239, 3d.: 240. 3d.; 241, 3d.; 242, 3d.; 264, 10d.; 297. 3d.; 812, 4d.; 427, Od.; 011, 7d.: 1791, 10d.; 2104, 3d.; 2206, 3d.; 2863, 6d.; 2872, 10d.; 164, 3d.; 190, 104.; 194, 10d.; 200, ed.; 202, 8d.; 203, ; 211, 3d.; 214, 9d.; 217, 5d.; 218 10d.; 219, 3d.: 221, 3d.: 222. 9d.; 224, 6d.; 226, 8d.; 230, fxl.; 232, 9d.: 233, 9d.; 237, le. 4d.; 243, 9d.: 244, 10d.; 245, 4d.; 240, 3d.; 247, 3d.; 248, 3d.; 249, 3d.; 251, &I.; 253, 3d.; 254, Od.; 255. 9d.; 256, 3d.; 267, 10d.; 258, 3d.; 259, 10d.; 260, 3d.; 261, Od.; 262, 3d : 263, 3d. 265, 3d.; 206, 3d.: 267, 10d.; 271, 3d.; 273, 5d.; 274, 10d.; 276, 9d.; 277, 5d.; 280, 3J,; 284, 3d.; 285, 8d; 287, 6d,; 289.6d.; 200, 7d.: 808, 8d.; 816, 3d. : 341, 3d.: 199, 5d.; 236, 10d.; 250, 3d.; 252, 3d.; 268, 4d.; 209, 6d.; 270, 7d.; 272, 6d.; 275, 8d.; 278. 3d.; 279, le. 3d.: 281, 5d.; 282, Dd.; 283, 6d.; 286, 10d.; 288, 3d.; 291, 3d.; 292, 10d.; 293, 3d.; 294, 2s. 7d. • 296, --• 7d.; 298, 9d.; 299, le. 2d; 300, 6(1.; 801, 5d.; 302, 3d.; 303, 3d.; 304, 5d.; 305. &I.; 306, 3d.; 307, 3d.; 310, 9d.; 311, 4d.; 313, is. ed.; 314, 3d.: 317, 3d.; 819, 3d.; 320, 3d.; 821, 9d.; 322, 6d.; 323, 3d.; 324. 3d.; 325, 6d.; 828 4d.; 330, 3d.; 831, 3d.; 332, 10d.; 385, 6d.; 336, 3d.; 337, le. 6d.; 844, Sd.; 346, 3d.; 347, 341.; 348. 3d.; 349, 3d.; 360, 7d.; 354, 3s. 4d.; 356, le. ed.; 384, le. 2d; 115.7d.; 207, 10(1.; 296, 3d.; 816, 3d.; 818. 10d.; 327, 3d.; 329, 6d.; 333, 3d.; 334, 3d.; 338, 3d.; 339, 3d.; 340, 10(1.: 342, 3d.; 348. 6d.; 345, 3s.; 350, 8d.; 351, 3d.; 352, 3d.; 357. 3d. 358, 7d.; 359, 3d.; 860, 3d.; 361, 9d.; 362, 3d.; 863, 8(1.; 864, 10d.; 365, 9d.; 367. Od.; 368, 10d.; 369, 9d.; 370, 7d.: 371, (kl.; 372, le. ld.; 374, &I.: 376. 7d.; 877, 3d.; 378, Is.; 379, 10d.; 880, le. id.; 381, 3d.; 382. 3(1.; 13133, 6d.; 386, 4d.; 380, 3d.; 887, 9d.; 389, 8d.; 390.4d.: 391, 9(1.; 3e4, le. 9d.; 396, 3d.; 39/, 7d.; 308, 7d.; 399, 3d.; 400, 3d.; 401, 3d.; 402, 6d.; 404, lld.; 400, le.; 407, 6d.; 409, 3d.; 410, 3d.; 411, 6(1.; 412, 3d.; 416, ls. id.; 417, 3d.; 474,8d.; 1136, 6d.; 366, le.; 373, 21. 5d.; 375, 31.; 392, 6d.; 393, le. 7d.; 396, 10d.; 403, 10d.; 405, le. Id.: 408, 3d; 413, 9d.; 414, 5d.; 415, 9d.; 419, 3d.; 420, 5d.; 421, 3d.; 423, 3d.; 424, 5(1.; 426, ed.; 426, 9d.; 428, ed.; 429, 3d.; 430, 3d. , 431. 11d.: 432, 8d.; 433, 3d.; 434, le. 6(1.; 435, Od.; 436, le. 4d.; 437, 3d. : 439, lit. lid.; 440, 4d.; 441, 3d.; 442, 6d.; 443, 5d.; 444, 8d.: 445, 3d.; 446. 3d.; 447, 9d.; 448, 6d.; 449, 3d.; 450, &I.; 451, 3(1.; 452, Od; 453, 5d.; 464, 3d.; 465, &I.; 467, 6(1.; 459, 3d.; 460, 3d.; 461, 3d; 463, 3d.; 466, ed.; 468, 3d.: 470, Od.; 472, 3e. 7d; 477, 3d.; 479, 7d.; 228, 8d.; 366, 6d.; 326, 2a ld.; 418, 3d : 422, 3d.; 438, 8d. , 456, ed; 458, 9d.; 462, 3d.; 464, 3d.; 466, 3d.; 407, 9d.; 469, Is. 4d.: 473, le.; 475, 5d.; 476, 5d.; 480, 5d.; 481, 3d.; 482, 3d.; 483, 5d.; 484, Is. 3d.; 485. 6d.: 486, 3d.; 487, Is. 2d.; 488, 3d.; 489, 3d.; 490, Od.; 491, 5d.; 493, 641.; 494, 3d.; 495, 7d.; 496, 3d.; .497, ; 498, 3d.; 499, 3d. 500, 3d.: 501, 3d.; 502, 10d.; 603, 8d.; 504, 3d.; 605, 10d.; 606, 13d.; 507, 3d.; 508, 8d.; 509, 9d.: 510, 3d.; 611, 3d.; 512, 9d.; 513, 10d.; 614, 2e. 10d.; 616, is.; 516, 7d.; 517, 3d.: 518, le.; 619, 3d.; 520, 941.; 521, 941.; 522, 7d.; 523, 7d.; 521, 3d.; 523, 8d. 520, 3d.; 627, 3d.: 529, 10d.; 530, 10d.; 532, Od.; 534, 7d.; 535,4d.; 530, 3d.; 637, 6d.; 538, 9d.; 539, 10d.; 641, Ad.; 543, 28.; 651, lit. 241. 571, 3d.; 593, ed•; 660, 4d.: 478, Id.; 492, 5d.: 528, 6d.; 531, 10d.; 633, 3d.; 540, 7d; 542, 10d.; 544, 3d.; 545, 11d.; 546, 3d.; 547, 6d.; 648, 4d.; 550, 4d.; 552, 3d.; 553, 3d.; 555, 3d.; 557, 10d.; 558, 3d.; 559, 3d.; 660, 3d.: 561, 3d.; 562, 3d.; 563, 3d.; 561, 3d; 505, 18. 4d.; 566, 3d.; 567, 3d.; 568, 4d.; 509, 3d.; 670, is. 5d.; 672, 7d.; 574, 5d.: 676, 7d.; 576, 9d.: 577, 3d.; 678, 11d.; 570,10(1.'; 580, 3d.; 582, 3d.; 583, 3d.; 685, 3d; 687, lid.; 588, 5d.; 689, 8d.; 590, 8d.; 692, is; 594, 9d.; 595, 3d.; 596, 1041.; 597, 8d.; 599, 3d.; 600, 3d.; 601, 3d.; 003, 6d.; 605, &l.; 606, 5d. : 007, 3d.; 009, 3d.; 610, 8d.; 616, Od.; 617, 7d.; 049, ; 657, 3d.; 709, 8d.: 718, 3d.: 1342, bd.; 573, 10d.; 581, 5d.; 584, 641.; 586. is. 9d.: 591, 9d.; 598, 10d.; 602, 11d.; 604, 6d.; 608, ad.; 612, Is. ld.; 614, 6d.; 615. 3d.: 618, 6d.; 616, 9d.; 621, 9d.: 622, Is. 441.: 623, 3d. :
  • •J24, 3d.; 620, (W.; 627, 10(1.: 029, 3d.; 630, ; 631, 18.4d.; 032, 8d.; 633, 641.; 634, 3d.; 635, 11d.; 630, 3d.; 037, 5d.; 639, 7d.; 041, 3d.; 642, 7d.; 613, 0(1.; 044, 3d.; 016, 3d.; 6.17, 3d.: 018, 3d.: 650, 3d.; 651, fie.; 652, 6d.; 653, 10d.: 654, 3d.: 655, 3d.: 650, 3d.; 658, 3d.: 659, 7d.; 662, lid.; 003, 3d.; 665, 3d.; 667, 3d.; 668, 3d.; 670, 6d.; 4381, 5d.; 701, 3d.; 702, 8d.; 717, 4d.; 730, 7d.; 549, 7d.; 554, 11d.; 556, 3d.; 023, 3d.: 625, 6d.; 638, ls.; 640, 10d.; 045, 7d.;_ 661, is. 5d.; 664, ls.; 666, Is. 4d.; 669, 10d.; 071, 10d.; 672, 3d.; 673,9d.; 674,8d.; 075, 2s. 9(1.; 676, 3d.; 677, 2s. 10(1.; 678, 7d.; 679, 11d.; 680, Ild.; 682, 6d.; 683, 3d.; 685, 3d. 686, 8d; 687, 3d.; 688, 3d.; 689, 3d.; 690, ls. 10d.; 691, ls. 7d.; 693, 3(1.; 694, 3(1.; 695, 3d.; 696, 10(1.; 607 6(.1.; 698, 4d.; 699, 3,1.; 700, 9(1.; 703, 6(1.; 704, 3d.; 705, 10d.; 706, 10(1.; 707, 9(.: 708, 7(1.; 710, 3d.; 711, 7d.; 712. 6,1; 713, 3d.; 714, 3d.; 715, 7d.; 716, 8d.; 720, 7d.; 722, 3d.; 724, 3d.; 727, 3(1.; 731, 7d.; 732, 3d.; 734, 4d.; 740, is. 4(1.; 648, Od; 756, 3d.; 759, 3d.; 764. 7d.; 768, 7d.; 770, 9d.; 1733, 7(1.; 692, is. 6d.: 719, 18. 5d.; 721. 2s. 4(1.; 723, 3d.: 725, ls. 3d.; 720, 10d.; 728, 7d.: 729, 3d.; 733, 6d.; 735, 3d.; 736, 10d.; 737, 5d.: 738, 3d.; 739, 9d.: 741, lid.; 742, 3d.: 743, 6(1. 744, 3d.; 745, 9(1.; 746, 4(1.; 747, Od.; 749, 6d.; 750, 3d.; 752, 3d.; 753, 3d.; 754, 9d; 755, 3d.: 757, 3d.; 758. 3d.; 760, is. 7d.: 761, 3(1.: 762, ls. 5d.; 766, 3d.; 766, 3d.: 767, 5x1.; 769, 3d.; 771, 3(1.; 773, 3d.; 775, Is. 1(.: 776, 3d.: 778, 7d.; 780, 11d.: 782, 3d.: 783, 3d.; 784, 3d.; 785, 4(1.; 786, ls. 1(1.: 787, 9d.; 788, ls.; 789, 3d.; 790, 8d.; 707, 3d.; 800, 3d.; 807, 3d.: 809, 10d.; 814, 7d.; 815, 3d.; 817, 3d.; 818, 10(1; 819, Is. 8(1.; 821, 3d; 823, 3d.; 824, 3d.; 826, 3(1.; 828, 3d; 829, 3d.; 832, 3d.; 835, 3d.; 841, 4d.; 1316, 8d; 763, Od.; 772, Od.; 774, 3d.; 777, 3(1.; 779, 11d.; 791, Od.; 792, ls. 3d.; 793, 10(1.; 794, 9d.; 795, 3d.; 796, 7d.; 798, 4d.; 799, 6d.: 801, 5(1.; 802, Ild.; 803, 3d.; 804, 3d.; 805, 3d.; 800, 3(1.; 808, 10(1.; 810, 3d.; 811, 3(1; 812, 3d.; 818, 3d.; 810, 3d.; 820, 3d.; 825, 7d.; 827, 4s. 2(1.; 830, 6d.; 831, ed.; 833, ls. 4d.; 834, Od; 836, 5d.; 887, 3d.; 838, 3d.; 839, 6d.; 840, 7d.; 842, 4d.: 848, 10d.; 844, 7d.; 846, 3d.; 846, 9d.; 847, 3d.; 848, 7d.; 849. 3d.; 850, ls. 4d.; 851, 4d.; 852, (3(1.; 863, 3d.; 854, 13(1.; 855, 3d.; 856, is. 4d.; 857, 4d.; 858, 13(1.; 859, 3d.; 8(10, 1s.; 861, Od.; 871, Od.; 872, 6d.; 876, Od.; 885, 6d.; 684, 6d.; 781, ls. Id.; 862, 4d.: 863, 3d.; 864, 8d.; 865, 3d.; 866, 3d.; 867. 3d.; 868, Od.; 809, 10d; 870, 10d.; 874, 7d.; 875, 3d.; 877, 8d.: 879, 8d.: 881, 3d.; 882, 4d.: 884, 9d • : 886, 10d.; 887, 3d.; 888, &I.; 889, 9d.; 890, 3d.; 891, 3d.; 892, 7d.; 894, 7d.; 895, Od.; 898, 3d.; 897, 5d.; 898, 10d.; 899, 3d.; 900, 7d.; 901, 3d.; 902, 9d.; 903, Od.; 904, 3d.; 905, le.; 906, Od.; 907, 3d.; 909, 7d.; 911, 1Ckl.; 912, 8d.; 913, 3d.; 914, 3d.; 915, 3d.; 018, 3d.; 919, 3d.; 920, 7d; 921, 3d; 922, 5d.; 923, 3d.; 024, 5d.; 925, 3d.; 920, 3d.; 933, 3d; 935, 9d.; 941, 3d.; 1122, Is. 10d.; 1124, 8d.; 1322, &I.; 822, 8d.; 878, 3d.; 878, 8d.: 888, is. 7d; 893, 7d.; 908, ls. 241; 010, 11d.; 916, 7d.; 917, 3d.; 927, 10d.; 928, 7d.; 929, 3d.; 930, ed.; 931, 5d.; 932, 9d.; 934, 9d.; 986, 3d.; 937, 3d.; 988, 9d.; 940, 10d.; 942, 3d.; 943, 3d.; 944, 3d.; 045, 10d.; 946, le. 3d.; 947, 3d.; 948, 7d.; 949, 6d.; 950, 5d.; 951, 3d.; 952, 7d.; 953, 3d.; 954, GJ.; 955, 5d.; 956, 3d.; 957, Ild.; 958, 11d.; 900, 4d.; 961, 3d.; 962, 3d.; 963; 5d.: 964, (kl.; 065, 5d.; 966, 3d.; 907, 10d.; 968, is. ed; 970, 10d.; 971, 8d.; 972, 5d.; 973, Od.; 974, 3d.; 975, 5d.; 070, 3d.; 978, 3d.; 979, 3d.; 983, 8d.; 985, 3d.; DSO, 3d.; 987, 3d.; 989, 10d.; 990, rid.; 992, 3d.; 993, is. Id.; 904, is. 4d.; 995.7d.; 908, 18.2d. : 999, 3d.: 1001,3d.; 1003, Is. 241.; 1006, 5d.; 1017, 5d.; 1082.10d.: 1653, 7d.; 751, 3d.; 939, 7d.; 959, 18. Id.; 969, 3d.; 977, 7d.; 980, 3d. 982, 2s. (3d.: 984, 3d.; 988. 7d.; 991. 3d.; 990, 1s. 4d.; 997, Is. 10d.; 1000, 7d.; 1002, 7d.; 1004, Od.; 1005, 3d.; 1007, Sd.; 1008, 8d.; 1009, 7d.: 1010, 3d.; 1011, 3d. 1012, 3d.; 1013, 3d.; 1014, 23.0d.; 1016, 6d.; 1016, 3d.; 1818.3d.; 1019, 10d.; 1020, 10d.; 1021, 9d.; 1022, 3d.; 1023, ls. Id.; 1024, 10d.; 1025. 3d.; 1020, Od.; 1027, 10d.; 1028, 4d. 1030, 1031, 1035, 3d.; 1086, bd.; 1037, M.; 1088, 5C1.; 1042, ls: 4d.; 1045, 5d.; 1040; ad.; 1061, 3u.; 1023, 10d.; 1032, 4d.; 1034, 5d.; 1039, 9d.; 1040, 9d,; 1041, Bd.; 1043, 3d.; 1044, 9d.; 1047, 6d.; 1048, 10d.; 1049, 7d.; 1053, 3d.; 1054, 5d.; 1055, 3d.; 1056, 3d.; 1057, 6d.; 1059, 7d.; 1060, 8d.; 1001, 6d.; 1062, 9d.; 1064, 8d.; 1068, 4d.; 1071, 10(1.; 1072, 5d.; 1073. 3d.; 1075,3(1.; 1076, 8(1.; 1140, 3d; 1033, ls. ld.; 1050, ls. 8d.; 1052, 3d; 1058, 28. 2d.; 1063, ed.; 1065. 7d.; 1066, lid.; 1067, 10d.; 1069, 3(I.; 1070, 8d.; 1074, 8d.; 1077, 3d.; 1078, 3d.; 1080, 3d.; 1081, ls. 5d.; 1083, 3d.; 1084, 7(1.; 1085, 10d.; 1086, 84.1.; 1087, 9d.; 1089, 5(1; 1091, 4(1.; 1092, 3d.; 1093, ls. txl.; 1097, 8(1.; 1100, W.; 1101, 5d.; 1102, ed.; 1104, 9d.; 1108, 10d.; 1113, 11d.; 1114, 3d.; 1116, lOd.; 1120, 10d.; 1121, 3d.; 1123, 3d.; 1125, 3d.; 1126, 3d; 1127, 3d.; 1128, 104.; 1130, 3d.; 1131,10d.; 1132, &I.; 1135, 3d.; 1137, 3d.; 1139, 3d.; 1144, 9d.; 1153, 6d.; 1167, 10d.; 1202, ed.; 1217, 9d.; 880, 10d.; 1070, 6(1.; 1088, 6d. r• 1090, 8d.; 1094, 3d.; 1095, ls 5d.; 1090, 5d.; 1098, Ott.; 1099, 9d.; 1103, 2s. 44.; 1105, 10d.; 1106, 3d.; 1107. 10(1.; 1109, 5(1.; 1110, 3d.; 1111, Od.; 1112, 3d.; 1115, Cal.; 1117, 7d; 1118, ad.; 1119, 8d.; 1129, ed; 1133, Od.; 1134, 3d.; 1138, 10d.; 1141, 3d; 1142, Is. 2d.; 1145, Od.; 1146, 7d.; 1147, 3d.; 1148, ls. 3d.; 1149, 3d.; 1150, 10d.; 1161, 7d.; 1162, 11d.; 1154, 3d.; 1155, 9(1.; 1166, 7d.; 1157, is. 8(1.; 1159, 3d.; 1160, Od.; 1161, 3d.; 1162, 9d.; 1164, 3d.; 1165, 3d.; 116 , ls. 1(1.; 1168, 3d; 1170, 3d.; 1173, 3d.; 1174, 3d.; 1176, 7d.; 1177, 8(1.; 1252, Ls. 2d.; 1254, 9d.; 1143, 4s. 9d.; 1158, 6(1.; 1163, 3d.; 1169,16d.; 1171, 3d; 1172, Is.; 1175, ls. 1d.; 1178, 7d.; 1179, ed.; 1180, 7d.; 1181, 3d.; 1182, 5d; 1183, 3d.; 1184, 3d.; 1185, 5d.; 1186, 3d.; 1187, 3d.; 1188, Is. 3d.; 1189, 3d.; 1190, 5(1.; 1191, 10d.; 1192, 3d.; 1193, ls. 3d.; 1194, 3d.; 1195, ls. 2d.; 1196, 7d.; 1198, 10(1.; 1199, 3d.; 1200, 3d.; 1201. 3d.; 1203, 3d.; 1204, 3d.; 1207, 10d.; 1208, 3d.; 1218, 341.; 1221, 3d.; 1223, Is. 7d.; 1226, 3d.; 1229, ad.; 1239, 3d.; 1261, 9d.

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