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" There are numerous instances of patents which have been granted, where the invention consisted in no more than in the use of things already known, and acting with them in a manner already known, and producing effects already known ; but producing those... "
The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette - Seite 498
1842
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Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Pleas: With ..., Band 4

Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas, James Manning, Thomas Colpitts Granger - 1844
...use of things already known, the acting with them in a manner already known, the producing effects already known, but producing those effects so as to...It will be sufficient to refer to a few instances, in some of which the patents have failed on other grounds, but in none on the objection that the invention...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1842
...use of things already known, and acting with them in a manner already known, and producing effects already known ; but producing those effects so as...not the subject of a patent. We may first instance Hull's patent for applying the flame of gas to singe off the superfluous fibres of lace, where a flame...
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the ..., Band 20

William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - 1842
...use of things already known, and acting with them in a manner already known, and producing effects already known ; but producing those effects so as...It will be sufficient to refer to a few instances, fiome of which patents have failed on other grounds, but none on the ground that the invention itself...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Band 36

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1842
...use of things already known, and acting with them in a manner already known, and producing effects already known, but producing those effects so as to...economically or beneficially enjoyed by the public ; as Hall's, " for applying the flame of gas to singe off the superfluous fibres oflare anJDerosne's,"...
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The Law Times, Band 17

1831
...known, the acting with them in a manner already known, and the producing effects already known, bat producing those effects so as to be more economically or beneficially enjoyed by the public ;" and then four instances are given : the first is Hall's Patent. (1 Webst. Pa. Ca. 97.) It was a...
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Reports and Notes of Cases on Letters Patent for Inventions, Bände 1-2

Thomas Webster - 1844
...already known, and acting with them in a manner ner, to produce already known, and producing effects already known, but producing those effects so as to...the invention itself was not the subject of a patent (e). We may first instance Hall's patent, for applying the flame of gas to singe off the superfluous...
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Reports and Notes of Cases on Letters Patent for Inventions [1601-1855]

Thomas Webster - 1844 - 1098 Seiten
...ner, to produce already known, and producing effects already known, but pro- subject-matter* ducing those effects so as to be more economically or beneficially...the invention itself was not the subject of a patent (e). We may first instance Hall's patent, for applying the flame of gas to singe off the superfluous...
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The Jurist, Band 7,Teil 2

1844
...the use of things already known, and acting with them in a manner already known and producing effects already known, but producing those effects so as to be more economically and beneficially enjoyed by the public." The cases referred to in the judgment in Crane v. Price are...
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Law Reports of Patent Cases, Band 2

William Carpmael - 1851
...use of things already known, and acting with them in a manner already known, and producing effects already known, but producing those effects so as to...economically or beneficially enjoyed by the public. (Hull v. Boot , Deroane v.Fairrit: Hill v. Thompson ; Re.K \ . ftauiell.) It was objected, in the coarse...
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The Law of Patents for Inventions: Familiarly Explained for the Use of ...

William Carpmael - 1852 - 127 Seiten
...use of things already known, and acting with them in a manner already known, and producing effects already known, but producing those effects so as to...patents have failed on other grounds, but none on the grounds that the invention itself was not the subject of a patent. We may first instance Hall s patent,f...
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