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John George Bodmer, of Manchester, engineer, for certain im

provements 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 em

ployed therein.-Sealed 8th December 6 months for inrol

ment. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chan

cery-lane, civil engineer, for certain improvements in the construction and arrangement of axles and axletrees for carriages, carts, and other vehicles, used on rail or other roads, - being a communication.-Sealed 8th December—6 months for inrolment. . . William Lomas, of Manchester, worsted spinner, and Isaac Shim

well, of the same place, worsted spinner, for certain improvements in the manufacture of fringes, cords, and other similar small wares; and also in the machinery or apparatus for producing the same.--Sealed 8th December—6 months for inrolment. John Grantham, of Liverpool, engineer, for certain improvements

in the constructions and arrangements of the engines and their appendages, for propelling vessels on water.-Sealed 8th De

cember—6 months for inrolment. James Brown, of Soho, Birmingham, engineer, for certain im

provements in steam-engines and steam propelling machinery.

-Sealed 8th December—6 months for inrolment. Benjamin Fothergill, of Manchester, machine maker, for certain

improvements in machines, called mules, and other machines for spinning, cotton, wool, and other fibrous substances.-Sealed

8th December—6 months for inrolment. Percival Moses Parsons, of Waterloo-road, Surrey, civil engineer,

for certain improvements in steam-engines and boilers, and in motive machinery connected therewith.–Sealed 8th Decem

ber-6 months for inrolment. Charles Keene, of New Bond-street, hosier, for improvements in

the manufacture of hose, socks, drawers, gloves, mitts, caps, · comforters, and cuffs.-Sealed 15th December—6 months for

inrolment. William Palmer, of Sutton-street, Clerkenwell, manufacturer, for - improvements in the manufacture of candles.-Sealed 15th

December—6 months for inrolment. Thomas Cardwell, of Bombay, in the East Indies, merchant, for

improvements in the construction of presses, for compressing

cotton and other articles.-Sealed 15th December—6 months - for inrolment. Moses Poole, of Lincoln's-inn, Gent., for improvements in dres

sing mill-stones,-being a communication from abroad. --Sealed

15th December-6 months for inrolment. Charles Maurice Elizee Sautter, of Austin Friars, London, for

improvements in the manufacture of sulphuric acid, ---being a communication.-Sealed 15th December—6 months for in

rolment. Guillaume Simon Richault, of the Sabloniere Hotel, Leicester

square, editor of music, for improvements in apparatus for exercising the fingers of the human hand, in order to facilitate their use in the playing of the piano-forte and other instruments,—being a communication.-Sealed 15th December—6

months for inrolment. James Winchester, of Noel-street, hatter, for certain improvements

in steam boilers, and in the method of applying steam or other power to locomotive purposes.-Sealed 15th December—6 months for inrolment. Edward Robert Rigby, and Charles John Rigby, of Gracechurch

street, brush manufacturers, and co-partners, for an improvement or improvements in the manufacture of certain articles in which bristles have been or are now used.-Sealed 21st De

cember—6 months for inrolment. Gabriel Hippolyte Moreau, of Liecester-square, Gent, for cer

improvements in steam-generators.-Sealed 21st December 6 months for inrolment.

Gabriel Hippolyte Moreau, of Leicester-square, Gent., for certain

improvements in propelling vessels.—Sealed 21st December

6 months for inrolment. John Squire, of Ponghill, Cornwall, engineer, for certain improve- . , ments in steam-boilers or generators.-Sealed 21st December:

-6 months for inrolment. Taverner John Miller, of Millbank-street, Westminster, oil mer

chant, for improvements in apparatus for supporting a person in bed or when reclining.-Sealed 22nd December—6 months

for inrolment. William Bridges, of Birmingham, button tool maker, for certain

improvements in buttons.--Sealed 22nd December—6 months

for inrolment. Henry Purser Vaile, late of Fleet-street, Gents, for improvements

in combining mechanical instruments, for obtaining power.

Sealed 22nd December—6 months for inrolment.
Joseph Beaman, of Smethwick, Staffordshire, iron-master, for an

improvement in the manufacture of malleable iron.-Sealed

22nd December—6 months for inrolment. William Godfrey Kneller, of Wimbledon, chemist, for improve

ments in the manufacture of soda, in the evaporation of brine, and in the concentration and manufacture of sulphuric acid.

Sealed 22nd December—6 months for inrolment.
Robert Wilson, Manager at the Works of Messrs. Naysmiths,
Gaskell, and Co., at Patricroft, near Manchester, engineer, for
certain improvements in locomotive and other steam-engines.

Sealed 22nd December—6 months for inrolment.
James Morris, of Cateaton-street, London, merchant, for certain

improvements in locomotive and other steam-engines.-Sealed
22nd December-6 months for inrolment.

CELESTIAL PHENOMENA pór JANUARY, 1843.

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(D. H. M. 1. Clock before the sun, 3m. 438.

Ceres R. A. 8h. 37m. dec. 30. - Drises 8h. 37m. M.

6. N. D passes mer. Oh. 41m. A.

Jupiter R. A. 20h. 21m. dec. 19. D sets 4h. 52m. A.

59, s. 1 20 39 4 in conj. with the D diff. of dec.

Saturn R. A. 19h. 17m. dec. 22. 2. 10, S.

, 3. S. 22 19 $ in conj. with h diff. of dec.

Georg. R. A. 23h. 43m. dec, 2. 2. 15. S.

34. S. Clock before the sun, 6m. 1s.

Mercury passes mer. lh. 4m. Drises 10h. 12m. M.

Venus passes mer. 21h. 34m. D passes mer. 4h. 22m, A. ,

Mars passes mer. 18h. 51m. D sets 10h. 44m. A.

Jupiter passes mer. Oh. 36m. 6 , Occul 16 Piscium, im, 7h. 32m,

Saturn passes mer. 23h. 29m. 6 14 43 Her. in conj. with the diff. of

Georg. passes mer. 3h. 58m. dec. 6. 24. S.

D in Perigee 16 Din Apogee

Occul e Leonis, im. 17h. Om. Occul 45 Piscium, im.11h. 19m.

em. 18h. Im. 7 3 58 h in conj. with the O

Clock before the sun, 1lm. 168 7 21 36 e stationary

- rises 10h. 34m. A. 8 8 11 D in D or first quarter.

- D passes mer. 3h. 23m. M. 9 16 38 ở greatest Hel. Lat. S. ,

- sets 9h. 20m. M. Clock before the sun, 7m. 14s. 22 16 41 Ceres in oppo. to the intens. + Drises 1 th, 20m. M. .

of light 1.434
passes mer. 7h. 13m. A. 23 1 1 ) in or last quarter
D sets 2h. Om. M..

| 23 4 44 2 at greatest brilliancy
Occul f. Arietis, im. 8h. 3m. 13 50 ; in conj, with the diff, of
| em. 9h. 20m.

dec. 5. 48. N. 12 4 36 8 in conj. with 24 diff. of dec. 24 19 46 2 in conj. with the O . 1. 38. $.

Clock before the sun, 12m. 358. 13 17 in Perihelion

rises 3h. 57m. M. 8 27 Ecliptic oppo, or o full moon

D passes mer. 7h. 48m. M. Mercury Ř. A. 20h. 49m. dec.

Dsets 11h. 35m. M. 19. 33. S.

in conj. with diff. of dec. Venus R. A. 17h. 21m, dec. 17.

*6.51. N. 31. S.

8 13 h in conj. with the diff of dec. · Mars R. A. 14h, 37m. dec. 14.

0. 32. N. . - 2. S.

16 3 8 in the ascending node. Vesta R. A, 10h. 2m. dec. 18. 17 24 4 in conj. with the diff. of 22. N.

dec. 2. 48. S. Juno R. A. 18h. 57m. dec. 13. 21 4 8 greatest elong. 18. 21. E. 21. S.

| 30 0 1 Écliptic conj. or new moon. Pallas R. A. 5h. 29m. dec. 29. 30 4 48 Pallās stationary 27. $.

131 17 30 in conj. with diff. of dec.

3. 26. S.

The Satellites of Jupiter are not visible this Month, Jupiter being too near the Sun.

J. LEWTHWAITE, Rotherhithe.

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Burners for consuming volatile

liquids, Charlieu's patent .. 191.
Cabouses or ships' hearths, im-

provements in, Stothert's pa-

tent .................... 54
Calico printing, improvements
in, Miller's patent ........ 242

-- Watson's patent 361
Candle-holder, an improved, -

Ash's patent.............. 266
- sticks, improvements in,

Stevens and King's patent .. 267
Candles, improvements in the
manufacture of, Gwynne's pa-
tent .....................
-

Palmer's patent 264
- and candle lamps, im-
provements in making, Moli-

neux's patent ............ 365
Carpets, improvements in the
manufacture of, Henshall's

patent .............
Carriages, improvements in,

Hansom's patent .......... 56
Cattle, improvements in pre-

paring food for, Daniell's pa-

-

...........

104

44.2

tent ..........

........

272

Acid, improvements in manufac-

turing sulphuric, Duclos' pa-
tent ....

........ 103
Adjudications, scientific, Berry
v. Claudet ..............

-, Queen v. Bynner 59

-, Rodgersv. Stock-
er and others ............

-, Smith v. Watson 138
-, Smith v. Watson 144

--, Conviction for
piracy of a registered design 146

, Brown v. Annan-
dale and Son ........ 274, 372

- - , Simister's appli-
cation for extension of patent 465

- , Muntzv. Grenfell 468
Alterations or Amendments of

Specifications, list of ...... 473
Animal substances, improve-

ments in salting, Payne's pa-
tent

- and the lic
quids produced therefrom, im-
provements in preserving,

Goldner's patent ..........
Anthracite, improvements in

furnaces and fire-places for

consuming, Player's patent.. 355
Arches, improvements in con-

structing, Mortimer's patent 18
Artificial fuel, improvements in
manufacturing, Kurtz's patent 195

, Newton's patent 204
- ice, methods of pro-
ducing, Kirk's patent .......

- stone, improvements
in the manufacture of, Kerr's
patent .................. 415

- Swindells' patent 27
Bandages, improvements in sur..

gical, Williams' patent .... 20
Blast, improvements in increas-

ing the power of, Ruthven's

patent .................. 272
Blocks for ships' rigging, tackles,

&c., Brewer's patent ...... 271
Boilers, improvements in, How-

ard's patent .............. 432
Bolt, an improved, Berry's pa-

tent .................... 164
Bridge, article on Dredge's sus-

pension, by Mr. W. Turnbull 108
Bude light, communication from

G. Lowe, Esq., respecting the 452
Building, an improved mortar

or cement for, Kerr's patent 415
Burners, improvements in gas,

Boccius' patent .......... 184
-

Gurney's patent 334

Celestial phenomena, 72, 152,

232, 320, 408, 488
Cement, an improved, for build-
ing, Kerr's patent ........ 415

improvements in the
manufacture of, Swindells'

patent .................. 27
Chaff-cutting machines, im-

provements in, Cooper's pa-
tent .................... 424

- May's patent 409
Chimnies for lamps, improve-
ments in, Boccius' patent .. 184

— , Gurney' patent 334
Cigars, for improvements in ren-

dering self-lighting, Davis'

patent .................. 170
Civil Engineers, Report of Trans-
actions of the Institution of,

60, 120, 206, 295, 390, 455
Clog-ties, improvements in,

Stocker and Heeley's patent 449
Cloth and other goods, improve.

ments in dressing, stiffening,

and finishing, Watson's patent 361
Coating and coloring metals, im-

provements in, Talbot's patent 357
Cofered spades and other tools,

improvements in making,

Orme's patent ............ 271
Combing fibrous substances, im-

proved machinery for, Fair-
bairn's patent ............ 251

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