The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions) [afterw.] Newton's London journal of arts and sciences

William Newton

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Seite 164 - Having now particularly described and ascertained the nature of my said invention and in what manner the same is to be performed, I declare that what I claim is (d).
Seite 144 - What I claim as my invention, and which I desire to secure by letters patent, is the combination of the arrangement of the flues with the division plate, as set forth.
Seite 291 - What we claim as our invention, and desire to secure...
Seite 431 - Memoirs and accounts of the Works and Inventions of any of the following Engineers : — Sir Hugh Middleton, Arthur Woolf, Jonathan Hornblower, Richard Trevithick, William Murdoch, (of Soho,) and Alexander Nimmo.
Seite 267 - ... is deflected to one side or the other, according to the direction of the current ; and...
Seite 142 - Claim:—" Having specified the characteristics of this wheel, and the manner of constructing the same, I wish it to be distinctly understood, that I do not claim as my invention the...
Seite 66 - Crossley, of the same place, manager, for certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for preparing and spinning cotton and other fibrous substances.
Seite 283 - Wedgewood mortar, pour the acid over it, and with a glass rod imbue the cotton as quickly as possible with the acid. As soon as the cotton is completely saturated, pour off the acid, and with the aid of a pestle quickly squeeze out as much of the acid from the cotton as possible.
Seite 141 - Having thus fully described my improvements in boot patterns, what I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is combining the plates in the manner described by means of the curved slot and straight slot, arranged in the manner and for the purpose set forth.
Seite 275 - At the end of 24 hours the gum will acquire the consistency of jujube paste ; it is then cut up into small oblong pieces with a pair of shears, and these pieces are rolled out upon a polished table, with a wooden roller, dusted with pulverized artificial gum, and afterwards placed upon wooden frames, and left for three or four days to dry.

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