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which improvements are applicable to and constructing barrel cocks and cannon and other large guns. To Tho. water cocks. To Thomas Wells of mas Noon, of Burton upon Trent, Erdington, in the county of War- ! in the county of Stafford. Repertory wick, cock-founder. See Repertory of Arts, July 1809, p. 74.

of Arts, August 1809, p. 129. May 9. For a new plan of impro June 8. For an improved plough ving and erecting lime-kilns, by means for under-draining land. To Mark of which a very considerable saving Dobits of Kirtling, in the county of is made on fuel, while the lime is in Cambridge, farmer. See Repertory a short time perfectly burnt. To of Arts, November 1809, p. $29. Nugent Booker, of Lenie Hill, in the June 15. For certain improre. county or Dublin.

ments in the construction and workMay 9. For improvements on cer. ing of steam and atmospheric engines, tain machines, pens, or instruments by which they may be more advan. calculated to promote facility in wri. tageously worked than hitherto. To ting. To Bartholomew Totch of John Philip Fesenmeyer, of the paOxford street, county of Middlesex. rish of St Clement Danes, in the See Repertory of Arts, January 1810, county of Middlesex, gent.

June 15. For a piece of machiMay 15. For a new and improved nery or instrument for cutting the process by which Auids are heated wick of a lighted candle, and keepfor the purposes of art and manufac. ing the same in perfect trim and of a ture. Io William Johnstone of proper length. To George Alexan. Blackheath, in the county of Kent, der Thompson, of Great Charlotte gent.

street, in the county of Surrey, gent. May 30. For a plough upon an June 20. For certain improvements entire new construction. To Ed. in the construction of houses and ward Manly of Uffculm, in the cour other buildings, whereby a consideraty of Devon. See Repertory of Arts, ble expence will be saved in the February 1809, p. 129.

erection thereof, and the same red. May 30. For a night and day dered more durable and secure from telegraph. To John Lindsay of fire. To Charles Norton of Bir

. Grove House, Edgware, in the mingham, in the county of Warwick, county of Middlesex, late Lieute builder. nant-Colonel of the 71st regiment. July 26. From a residence of eight

June 8. For certain new modes of years on the continent, a method has improvement in the making and pre. been discovered and found out of paring of salt. To Edward Cragg the manner of designing and making, of Hertford, in the county of Ches, and forming mosaics and ornaments ter, carpenter, and William Cragg of in the Arabian style and manner, and Old Ford, in the county of Middle. which it is proposed to apply to sex, builders' agent.

divers arts and manufactures. To June 8. For an improvement in James Cavanah Murphy, of Edward the system of distillation, rectifica- street, Cavendish square, in the courtion, and brewingTo John Frede. ty of Middlesex, architect. rick Archbold of Great Charlotte July 26. For a rotative engine, street, in the county of Surrey, gent. the piston of which makes a complete

June 8. For a method of making revolution at a distance from the re

volving axis, shaft, or cylinder. To Winsor of Pall-Mall, in the county Samuel Clegg of Manchester, in the of Middlesex, Esq. county of Lancaster, engineer. See Aug. 4. For a substitute, the proRepertory of Arts, November 1809, duce of this country, for Peruvian p. 321.

bark. To Ferdinand Smyth StewJuly 26. For a method of con- art, of Billericay, in the county of tructing an iron or metal roof for Essex, Esq. houses or other buildings. To Tho Aug. 8. For a new method of premas Batfield of Hopton court, in the paring hemp, flax, hurds, short tow, county of Salop.

and clearings, and other inferior parts July 26. For an improved method of hemp and flax, either alone or of forming pipes, and sundry other mixed with cotton wool, for the purarticles, in lead, pewter, or tin, or pose of spinning the same into yarn metals of that nature. To Richard or thread, and also certain improveHesps of Holywell street, in the pa- ments in the mode of spinning the rish of St Leonard, Shoreditch, and same. To Thomas Dickin of Abre. county of Middlesex, mill-lead and ware mills, in the county of Staf. patent pipe manufacturer.

ford, cotton manufacturer, and HenJuly 26. For certain improvements ry Bradley of the same place, cottonin the musical scale of keyed instru- spinner. ments with fixed tones, such as pia Aug: 9. For an improved rotative nos, organs, &c. To David Loesche machine or engine to be worked by man, of Newman street, in the coun. the power of steam, for raising water, ty of Middlesex, piano forte maker. grinding corn, and various other use

July 26. For a new and improved ful purposes. To Edward Lane of street lamp and burner, and lantern Shelton, in the parish of Stoke upon head, for street and other lamps and Trent, in the county of Stafford, lanterns. To Charles Seward, of schoolmaster. Lancaster, in the county Palatine of Aug. 12. For a machine for hackLancaster, tin-plate manufacturer. ling or dressing hemp, fax, and other See Repertory of Arts, October materials. To John Hives of Hol. 1809, p. 263.

beck, in the parish of Leeds, in the July 31. For a method of making county of York, linen manufacturer. sickles and reaping-hooks with iron Aug. 21. For an improved maor steel backs, fixed upon the blades chine for shearing woollen and other thereof, whether such blades be for- clothes. To Isaac Kellogg, late of ged, rolled, cast, hammered, or other. Connecticut, in North America, but wise manufactured. To William Hut. at present residing in Addle street, in ton of Sheffield, in the county of the city of London, gent. York, merchant. See Repertory of Sept. 4. For certain improvements Arts, February 1810, p. 145. on horizontal windmills. To Sa

Aug.3. Fora fixed telegraphic light. muel Long of the town of Leicester, house, and also a moveable telegraphic in the county of Leicester, gent. light-house, for signals and intelli. Sept. 23. For a method of making gence, to serve by night and by day, and constructing pens for writing. in rain, storm, and darkness, in any To Joseph Bramah, of Pimlico, ina Tequired direction,

and from any gi- the county of Middlesex, engineer. en centre. To Frederick Albert Sept. 23. For certain improve

ments in the process of refining su- purpose, is performed with greater gars. To George Vaughan, of Pu- ease and facility, and the oil is efrim place, Whitechapel road, in the fectually prevented from communiccounty of Middlesex, gent.

ting to the spoke of the wheels. To Sept. 26. For a method or process Benjamin Flight, of St Martin's by which one is enabled to give the lane, in the liberty of Westminster, statues and other ornamental works in the county of Middlesex, organin plaster, (cominonly called Plaster builder. See Repertory of Arts, of Paris,) an appearance nearly re- August 1810, p. 141. sembling the finest statuary marble ; Sept. 28. For certain improve. at the same time rendering them more ments in the manufacture of skelps hard and durable, less liable to be for fire arms. To John Jones, of soiled, and easier to be cleaned. To Birmingham, in the county of War. John Penwarne, of the parish of St wick, gun-lock and barrel maker. Pancras, in the county of Middlesex, See Repertory of Arts, March 1810, gent. See Repertory of Arts, July p. 215. 1810, p. 78.

Sept. 28. For a method of head. Sept. 26. For certain improve- ing pins. To William Bundy, of ments in the processes of brewing. Camden town, in the county of MidTo Randolph Tschiffeli de Roche, dlesex, mathematical instrument ma of Great Pulteney street, in the coun- ker. ty of Middlesex, gent. See Reper Sept. 29. For a certain substance tory of Arts, April 1810, p. 264. which is capable of being converted

Sept. 26. For methods of combi. into statues, artificial stone, melting. ning and disposing machinery, and pots, bricks, tiles, sugar-bakers' pars, applying the different powers of chimney-pots, garden-pots, and every wind, water, and cattle thereto, so description of pottery. To John as to effect improvements on mills. White the younger, of Whitehall To William Watts, of the city of wharf, in the parish of St Margaret, Bath, gent. See Repertory of Arts, Westminster, gent. December 1810, p. 15.

Nov. 2. For certain improvements Sept. 26. For certain improve in the constructing and making of ments in ships' binnacles and com wheels for all kinds of carriages; passes, and in the mode of lighting also a new method of locking and the same. To Egerton Smith, of sliding the wheels of carriages when Liverpool, optician, and Michael passing down steep declining hills. Harris, of the same place, mechanic. To Joseph Bramah, Pimlico, engi

Sept. 26. For a new metal nave, axle, and box, for wheeled carriages, Nov. 2. For a certain instrument, by means of which the danger of machine, or manufacture, applicable overturning, and the concussion ari- in mechanics as a balance or sing from carriages coming in con- poise. To John Isaac Hawkins, of tact at the nave is considerably les- Tichfield street, machinist. sened, the nave much stronger, and Nuv. 2. For an improved lamp of gives more lightness of appearance to a new construction, acting upon the carriages, than those now in ge. natural unerring principle

of the dif neral use; the viling of the wheels

, ference of gravity between two fewhich need not be taken off for that ids, which produces a constant supa

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ply of oil or other combustible Auid for making cards for carding wool, to feed the wick or burner thereof, cotton, flax, silk, and all substances by a fountain in a perpendicular di- capable of being carded. To John rection from a reservoir beneath the Towel Ruff, of Basinghall street, Alame, having the quality of burning London, John Tretton, of St Anor consuming the whole of the oil or drew's Hill, and John Webb, of other combustible Auid applied there. Clapton, in the county of Middlesex. to. To John Barton, of Argyle Nov. 28. For certain improve. street, Westminster, gent. See Re- ments on a machine or press for let. pertory of Arts, February 1810, p. ter press printing, and also for print131.

ing various ornaments and figures, Nov. 6. For certain improvements part of which improvements may be n the construction of wheel car- applied to presses now in use. To iages of every description. To Da. John Brown, of Mile-End town, in id Meade Randolph, a citizen of the county of Middlesex, stationer. Virginia, in the United States of Nov. 28. For a method whereby America, but now residing in War- heated water, steam, or air, can be vick court, Holborn, merchant. See rendered serviceable, and more serviPepertory of Arts, March 1810, p. ceable for new purposes, and every

purpose for which they have ever Nov. 9. To Edward Griffith of been applied, with less expence of Birmingham, optician, for his new. fuel than is now used, especially for avented air-tight agitable lamp.. the purpose of working the steamNov. 14. For a method of making engine, and of warming

and heating od manufacturing shives or shivers, buildings and stoves, and also vessels nd pulley wheels of every descrip- and coppers for all purposes, by ion, and various other articles, from which water,'steam, and air heated) ertain materials or compositions of may be applied to many purposes arths and minerals, which render hitherto unknown. To William Corje said articles more durable than nelius English, of Twickenham, in uch as are made in wood or metal. the county of Middlesex, Esq. 'o James Hall, of Newbold, Ast Nov. 28. For a rotative pump or ury, in the county of Chester, engine for raising and forcing air, ookbinder. See Repertory of Arts, water, and other duids. To Thomas ept. 1810, p. 217.

Herbert, officer of the customs at Nov. 21. For certain improve the port of Malden, in the county of ents in the construction of hafts or Essex. andles for razors. To Robert Dec. 5. For improvements on the Vass, of Sheffield, cutler.

apparatus used for rollers for windowNov. 21. For certain improve. blinds, maps, and other similar oblents in the casting of iron roofs for jects. To James Barren, of Well ouses, warehouses, and other build- street, in the county of Middlesex, 'gs, and in covering them with brass-founder.

See Repertory of ate. To John Cragg, of Liverpool, Arts, March 1810, p. 211. Esq.

Dec. 5. For apparatus and machi. Nov, 21. For various improvea nery for the support and excercise of ents in the construction of machines, the human frame, and for the pre

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vention of bodily deformity. To by means of tubes connected with it, George Ware of the Royal Military the apartments of houses ; and vil Academy, Woolwich, gent.

also be useful for ventilating and Dec, 9. For a botanical or medi- heating ships and manufactories, drs. cinal preparation, being a remedy for ing different articles of manufacture

, gravel and stony concretions, which ventilating mines, and for other poris denominated mucilage of marsh- poses. To John Murray, of Nichols mallows. To Samuel Felton, of son's street, Edinburgh, Esq., and Berwick street, Soho, in the county Adam Anderson, of South Bridge of Middlesex, botanist.

street, Edinburgh, tin-plate worker. Dec. 9. For a new sort of instru Dec, 14. For an invention colle ment or machine for preparing and municated to him by a foreigner

, of cutting cotton and linen candle- snuffers on a new and improved cocwicks, To John Jones of Manches. struction. To John Duł, of Great ter, in the county of Lancaster, cot. Pulteney street, in the county

of ton-spinner.

Middlesex, cutler. See Repertorg Dec. 11. For an improved lock of Arts, February 1810, p. 145. for guns and pistols. To John Man Dec. 14. For an improvement ton, of Dover street, in the county chain and hand pumps, and a new... of Middlesex, gun-maker. See Re- vented fire-extinguishing engine and pertory of Arts, March 1810, p. 217. steam engine. Io Mark Noble

, of Dec. 14. For a portable stove or the parish of Battersea, in the county furnace, which may be made of cast of Surrey, Esq. engine-maker

. iron, forged or plate iron, or of other Dec. 20. For an improvement in metals or materials, by which a cur- the manufacture of woollen stockings rent of air is heated and discharged, pieces, by raising and producing ou so as to distribute the heat more his improved manufacture a nap of equally than by stoves such as are pile in resemblance of kerseymere and in common use, and avoid the un- broad clothes ; and also an improve pleasant smell which they produce ; ment on the manufacture of kerseyo and which air, if necessary, may be mere and broad cloths, by means brought from the external atmos- of transverse elasticity given to bi phere, so as to produce ventilation as manufacture, equal in use from its well as warmth. A stove of this ease in the woollen manufactures. To struction may be usefully applied in Charles Frederick Davis, of the på warming and ventilating churches, rish of Ilchcombe, in the county public rooms, halls, stair.cases, and, Glocester, clothier.



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