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James Pilbrow, of Tottenham Green, in the county of Middlesex,

engineer, for certain improvements in the application of steam, air, and other vapours and gaseous agents, to the production of motive power; and in the machinery by which the same is

effected.—Sealed 18th November. . . . John Mitchell, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, steel

pen manufacturer, for a certain improvement in the manufacture of metallic pens, and a certain improvement in the manufacture

of pen-holders.-Sealed 5th December. John Spinks, the Younger, of John-street, Bedford-row, in the

county of Middlesex, Gent., for an improved apparatus for giving elasticity to certain parts of railway and other carriages, requiring the same, -being a communication from abroad.

Sealed 5th December. Matthew Gregson, of Toxteth Park, Liverpool, in the county of

Lancaster, Esq., for improvements applicable to the sawing or cutting of veneers,--being a communication from abroad. Sealed 10th December.

List of Patents Granted for SCOTLAND, subsequent to November 22nd, 1842.

To Thomas Wrigley,of Bridge Hall Mills, Bury, Lancashire, paper manufacturer, for certain improvements in machinery for ma

nufacturing paper.-Sealed 28th November, William Coley Jones, of Vauxhall Walk, in the parish of Lambeth, in the county of Surrey, chemist, for improvements in treating or operating upon a certain unctuous substance, in order to obtain products therefrom, for the manufacture of

candles, and other purposes. -Sealed 7th December. . Charles Maurice Elizee Sautter, of Austin Friars, in the city of

London, Gent., for improvements in the manufacture of sulphuric acid, -being a communication from abroad.-Sealed 7th December.

Don Pedro Pouchant, of Glasgow, civil engineer, fór a certain

improvement or improvements in the construction of machinery

for manufacturing sugar.-Sealed 7th December. Charles Heard Wild, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, · engineer, for an improved switch, for railway purposes. Sealed · 7th December. John Browne, of Charlotte-street, Portland-place, in the county

of Middlesex, Esq., for improvements in the manufacture of mud-boots and overalls.--Sealed 7th December. William Coley Jones, of Vauxhall-terrace, in the county of Surrey, · practical chemist, and George Fergusson Wilson, of Vauxhall,

in the same county, Gent., for improvements in operating upon certain organic bodies or substances, in order to obtain pro

ducts or materials therefrom, for the manufacture of candles · and other purposes. Sealed 7th December. William Losh, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, Esq., for improvements : in the construction of wheels for carriages and locomotive en

gines, intended to be employed on railways. Sealed 9th De

cember. Thomas Cardwell, of Bombay, in the East Indies, merchant, for

improvements in the construction of presses, for compressing : cotton and other articles.--Sealed 9th December. Charles Augustus Preller, of East Cheap, in the city of London, merchant, for improvements in machinery for preparing, combing, and drawing wool and goats' hair,-being a communication

from abroad. -Sealed 9th December. Thomas Seville, of Royton, in the county of Lancaster, cotton

spinner, for certain improvements in machinery used in the preparing and spinning of cotton, flax, and other fibrous sub

stances.-Sealed 9th December, William Young, of Queen-street, in the city of London, lamp

maker, for improvements in lamps and candlesticks.-Sealed

12th December George Edmund Donisthorpe, of Bradford, in the county of York,

top manufacturer, for improvements in combing and drawing

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wool, and certain descriptions of hair.-Sealed 12th Decem

ber. John Bishop, of Poland-street, in the county of Middlesex, jeweller,

for improvements in apparatus used for retarding carriages on railways, parts of which are applicable for portioning power ; and improvements in steam-cocks or plugs.-Sealed 12th De

cember. Isham Baggs, of Wharton-street, in the county of Middlesex,

chemist, for improvements in the production of light.-Sealed

13th December Gabriel Hippolyte Moreau, of Leicester-square, in the county of

Middlesex, Gent., for certain improvements in steam-gene

rators.—Sealed 13th December. John George Bodmer, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster,

engineer, for certain improvements in the manufacture of metallic hoops and tyres for wheels, and in the method of fixing the same for use; and also, improvements in the machinery or

apparatus to be employed therein.-Sealed 19th December William Lomas, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, worsted

spinner, and Isaac Shimwell, of the same place, worsted spinner, for certain improvements in the manufacture of fringes, cords, and other similar small wires ; and also in the machinery or

apparatus for producing the same.-Sealed 21st December. Moses Poole, of Lincoln’s-inn, in the county of Middlesex, Gent.,

for improvements in dressing mill-stones,— being a communica

tion from abroad.-Sealed 22nd December. William Palmer, of Sutton-street, Clerkenwell, in the county of

Middlesex, manufacturer, for improvements in the manufacture of candles.-Sealed 22nd December.

New Patents
SE A LED IN ENGL A N D.

To Thomas Mansell, of Birmingham, agent, for certain improved

machinery for cutting or shaping leather, paper, linen, lastings, silks, and other fabrics.--Sealed 3rd December—6 months

for inrolment. Ebenezer Timmis, of Birmingham, manufacturer, for certain im:provements in apparatus used for arresting the progress of, and extinguishing fire. -Sealed 3rd December—6 months for in

rolment. Edward Cobbold, of Melford, in the county of Suffolk, clerk,

Master of Arts, for certain improvements in instruments for · writing or marking, part or parts of which improvements are

applicable to brushes for water-color drawings.--Sealed 3rd

December—6 months for inrolment. John Stubbins, of Nottingham, hosier, for improved combinations

of machinery to be employed for manufacturing certain parts .. of articles in stocking or lace fabrics.-Sealed 3rd December :-6 months for inrolment. Don Pedro Pouchant, of Glasgow, civil engineer, for a certain

improvement or improvements in the construction of machinery for manufacturing sugar.-Sealed 3rd December~6

months for inrolment. John Sealy, of Bridgwater, merchant, for an improved tile. -Sealed

3rd December—2 months for inrolment. Charles Heard Wild, of Birmingham, engineer, for an improved

switch for railway purposes.-Sealed 3rd December—6 months

for inrolment. Thomas Howard, of Hyde, Chester, manufacturer, for certain

improvements in machinery for preparing and spinning cotton, wool, flax, silk, and similar fibrous material.-Sealed 3rd De

cember—6 months for inrolment. William Hancock, Jun., of Amwell-street, Gent, for certain im

provements in bands, straps, and cords, for driving machinery and other mechanical purposes.-Sealed 3rd December-6

months for inrolment. Frederick William Etheredge, of Frindsbury, Gent., for certain

improvements in the manufacture of bricks, tiles, and other

similar plastic substances.--Sealed 3rd December-6 months

for inrolment. William Henry Stuckey, of Guildford-street, Esq., for certain

improvements in filtering water and other fluids.—Sealed 3rd

December—6 months for inrolment. William Pope, of the Edgware-road, ironmonger, for an improved

stove.-Sealed 6th December—6 months for inrolment. William Oxley English, of Kingston-upon-Hull, distiller, for im

provements in purifying spirits of turpentine, spirits of tar, and naptha,—being a communication.-Sealed 8th December—6

months for inrolment. William Coley Jones, of Vauxhall-terrace, practical chemist, and

George Fergusson Wilson, of Vauxhall, Gent, for improvements in operating upon certain organic bodies or substances, in order to obtain products or materials therefrom, for the manufacture of candles and other purposes.Sealed 8th Decem

ber—6 months for inrolment. William Smith Harris, and Septimus Hamel, both of Leicester,

cotton winders, and co-partners, for improvements in the manufacture of reels for reeling cotton and linen thread.-Sealed

8th December.—6 months for inrolment. William Kempson, of the Borough of Leicester, manufacturer, for

iinprovements in the manufacture of muffs, cuffs, ruffs, tippets, mantillas, pellerines, dressing gowns, boots, shoes, slippers, coats, cloaks, shawls, stocks, cravats, capes, boas, caps, bonnets, and trimmings for parts of dress.-Sealed 8th Decem

ber-6 months for inrolment. George Purt, of St. Mary-at-Hill, soda-water manufacturer, and

William Hale, of Woolwich, engineer, for improvements in producing aerated liquors.--Sealed 8th December-6 months

for inrolment. Richard Barber, of Leicester, reel manufacturer, for improve

ments in the manufacture of boots, shoes, and clogs.-Sealed · 8th December—6 months for inrolment.

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