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A WORK ORIGINALLY UNDERTAKEN IN THE YEAR 1794, AND STILL CARRIED ON WITH
A VIEW TO COLLECT, RECORD, AND BRING INTO PUBLIC NOTICE, THE

USEFUL INVENTIONS OF ALL NATIONS.

ENLARGED SERIES. VOL. VIII.

JulyDecember, 1846.

LONDON:

PUBLISHED FOR THE PROPRIETOR,
BY ALEXANDER MACINTOSH, GREAT NEW STREET;
AND SOLD BY SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, AND CO., STATIONERS'
HALL COURT: J. WEALE. HIGH HOLBORN: AND

G. HEBERT, CHEAPSIDE.

ALEXANDER MACINTOSH

PRINTER,

GREAT NEW.STREET, LONDON.

ENLARGED SERIES. PLATE I. Jamieson and Lundholm's Patent for Improvements

in Dressing Ores requiring washing. PLATE II. Hale's Patent for Improvements in Machinery for

Cleaning or Freeing Wool, and certain other Fibrous Materials, of Burs and other extraneous Substances.White's Patent for Certain improvements in Engines, Machinery, or Apparatus for Raising and Forcing Water. -Boydell's Patent for Improvements in the Manufacture of Hinges, and of Handles for Knives, &c.—Mushet's

Patent for Improvements in Moulding Iron. PLATE III. Bell's Patent for Improvements in certain pro

cesses in the Manufacture of Alkali, which Improvements are applicable to the Purposes of Condensation.-Crampton's Patent for Locomotive Engines and Railways.Lister's Patent for Improvements in Carding, Combing, and Spinning Wool.-Parlour's Patent for Improvements in Propelling Vessels.- Leslie's Patent for Improvements

in the Combustion of Gas. PLATE IV. Russell's Patent for Improvements in the Manu

facture of Welded Iron Tubes. PLATE V. M‘Naught's Patent for certain Improvements in

the Steam-engine.-Greenhow's Patent for Improvements in the Construction of Railways and Railway Carriages.

Poole's Patent for Improvements in Locks. PLATE VI. Douglas's Patent for Improvements in the Patterns

used for Casting, and in Casting Metals.-—Watson's Patent for Improvements in Withdrawing Air or Vapours from Furnaces or other Apparatus, and in Condensing and Employing such Vapours.-Johnson's Patent for Improvements in Purifying Gas, and in the Treatment of Products of Gas-works.—Boydell's Patent for Improvements in

Building of Ships and other Vessels. PLATE VII. Nickels' Patent for Improvements in Piano-fortes. PLATE VIII. Emanuel's Patent for Improvements in Atmo

spheric Railways.—Cole’s Patent for Improvements in Looms.- Tetley's Patent for certain Improvements in Machinery for Raising and Impelling Water and other

Liquids, and also thereby to obtain Mechanical Power. PLATE IX. Cantelo's Patent for Improvements in Apparatus

for Hatching Eggs and Raising the Young, and for Heating Hot-houses and other Buildings.—Desboissierres' Patent for Improvements in Preparing and Burning Fuel. -Highton's Patent for Improvements in Electric Telegraphs.-Hancock's Patent for Improvements in the Manufacture of Gutta Percha, and its Application alone, and in combination with other Substances.—Benbow's Patent for Improvements in Fastenings for Surgical and

other Bandages, and for Articles of Dress. PLATE X. Struvé's Patent for Improvements in Ventilating

Mines.—Durnerin’s Patent for Improvements in Treating
Fatty Matters.-Potter's Patent for Improvements in
Printing or Staining of Paper.

PLATE XI. Robertson's Patent for certain Improvements in

the Machinery for Spinning and Twisting Cotton, Silk, Wool, Flax, and other Fibrous Substances.—Johnston's Patent for Improvements in the Materials employed in Constructing and Working Atmospheric Railways.Orton's Patent for Improvements in Life-boats, Life-buoys, and Apparatus for Conveying Persons Ashore from

Wrecked or Stranded Vessels. Plate XII. Griffith's Patent for Improvements in Stamping

and Shaping Sheet Metal.—Church's Patent for certain Improvements in the Manufacture of Coke, and in the

Ovens for Producing the same. Plate XIII. Nicholson and Wadsworth’s Patent for certain

Improvements in the Manufacture of Glass, and other

Vitreous Products. Plate XIV. Mather's Patent for Improvements in Metallic

Pistons.-Thompson and Wright's Patent for Improvements in Propelling Vessels.—Shaw's Patent for Improvements in Preparing for Spinning Worsted and other Yarns.-Pope's Patent for Improvements in Apparatus

for Moving Railway Carriages on to Railways, &c. PLATE XV. Campin's Patent for certain Improvements in

Obtaining and Applying Motive Power.—Wennington's Patent for certain Improvements in, or Improved Method of, Cutting Plate and Sheet Iron.-Milligan's Patent for certain Improvements in the Power-loom.—Howard's

Patent for Improvements in Steam-engine Condensers. Plate XVI. Bovill's Patent for Improvements in the Manu

facture of Iron.-Touche's Patent for Improvements in Lamps.—M'Sweny's Patent for Improvements in Steering

Ships and Vessels. Plate XVII. Heilmann's Patent for Improvements in Machines

for Preparing to be Spun Cotton, Wool, &c.—Douglass's Patent for Improvements in the Manufacture of Twine and Cordage.- King's Patent for Improvements in the

Production of Magnetic Electricity. Plate XVIII. Binks's Patent for Improvements in Manu

facturing certain Compounds of Nitrogen, particularly Cyanogen, Ammonia, and their Compounds, and the Use and Application in those manufactures of a Substance or Substances not hitherto so employed.--Chance and Badger's Patent for Improvements in the Manufacture of Glass.Rothschild's Patent for Improvements in Heating Apartments and Buildings.—Brooman's Patent for a Thread made from a Substance not hitherto applied to that purpose, &c.— Newton's Patent for Improvements in

Grinding Grain and other Substances. PLATE XIX. Robinson and Bowden's Patent for Improve

ments in Machinery for Spinning and Twisting Cotton, Silk, Wool, Flax, and other Fibrous Substances. Riddett's Patent for Improvements in Reading Tables.

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