Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress of Invention as Applied to the Arts..., Band 38

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W. Newton, 1851
 

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Seite 223 - Esq. for an invention of" improvements in giving signals and sounding alarms at distant places by means of electric currents, transmitted through metallic circuits.
Seite 279 - Act, 1850, upon receiving such certificate, and being furnished with the name and place of address of the person by or on whose behalf the registration is desired, shall register such certificate, name, and place of address, and the invention to which any certificate so registered relates shall be deemed to be provisionally registered, and the registration thereof shall continue in force for the term of one year from the time of the same being so...
Seite 279 - Trade ; and any design so registered shall be deemed ' provisionally registered,' and the registration thereof shall continue in force for the term of one year from the time of the same being registered as aforesaid ; and the said Registrar shall certify, under his hand and seal of office, in such form as...
Seite 121 - In respect of the application of any such design to ornamenting any article of manufacture contained in the seventh, ninth, or tenth of the classes following, for the term of nine calendar months...
Seite 279 - ... the penalties and provisions of the said Designs Act, 1842, for preventing the piracy of designs, shall extend to the acts, matters, and things next hereinafter enumerated, as fully as if those penalties and provisions had been re-enacted in this Act, and expressly extended to such acts, matters, and things respectively ; that is to say, 1. To the application of any provisionally registered design, or any fraudulent imitation thereof, to any article of manufacture or to any substance.
Seite 459 - The other method of proof was by having a small simple battery composed of a piece of zinc soldered on to a piece of copper and plunged into rain water, without the admixture of any acid ; this was connected with the two ends of the measuring machine, and also with a delicate galvanometer. On pursuing the same process of advancing the micrometer one division at a time, no effect was produced until the last millionth of an inch of distance was traversed, and absolute contact occurred with the end...
Seite 121 - ... the lords of the said committee; and the commissioners of the treasury may from time to time fix the salary or remuneration of such registrar, deputy registrar, clerks, officers, and servants; and, subject to the provisions of this Act, the lords of the said committee...
Seite 458 - My invention consists in subjecting vegetable fabrics and fibrous materials, cotton, flax, &c^ either in the raw or manufactured state, to the action of caustic soda, or caustic potash, dilute sulphuric acid, or chloride of zinc...
Seite 280 - That the proprietor of every such design, not previously published either within the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, or elsewhere, shall have the sole right to apply the same to any articles of manufacture, or to any such substances as aforesaid, provided the same be done within the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland...
Seite 296 - From the" mixed contrast" arises the rule that a brilliant color should never be looked at for any length of time, if its true tint or brilliancy is to be appreciated ; for if a piece of red cloth is looked at for a few minutes, green, its complementary color, is generated in the eye, and adding itself to a portion of the red, produces black, which tarnishes the beauty of the red. This contrast explains, too, why the tone of a color is modified, either favorably or otherwise, according to the color...

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