The London Journal of Arts, Sciences, and Manufactures, and Repertory of Patent Inventions, Band 30

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W. Newton, 1847
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Seite 13 - in the Petty Bag Office, May, 1846.] Specification drawn by Messrs. Newton and Son. To ALFRED VINCENT NEWTON, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery-lane, in the county of Middlesex, mechanical draughtsman, for an invention of certain improvements to be applied to the grinding of grain and other substances, —being a communication.—[Sealed
Seite 75 - roving" frames, used in the preparation of cotton and other fibrous substances for spinning, in the manner and for the purposes hereinbefore more particularly described.— [Inrolled in the Petty Bag Office, April, 1846.] Specification drawn by Messrs. Newton and Son. To GEORGE KNIGHT, of the town and county of the town of Southampton,
Seite 310 - and roving cotton and other fibrous substances.— [Sealed 14th July, 1846.] THIS invention refers to the construction of the flyer which is employed, in connection with the spindle, for the purpose of winding the sliver or roving upon the bobbin. The improvement consists in the application of the principle of centrifugal force to the flyers employed in
Seite 457 - of and in burning gas, and in the manufacture of fuel.—Sealed 2nd June. George Fergusson Wilson, of Belmont, Vauxhall, in the county of Surrey, Gent., for improvements in the production of light, and in the manufacture or preparation of materials applicable thereto.—Sealed 4th June. Maximilian Francois Joseph Delfosse, of
Seite 134 - Claim :—" Having pointed out the principle of my invention, and the manner of constructing and using the same, and indicated some of the variations in construction which may be made without changing the principle or character which distinguishes it from all other things before known, what I claim as my invention, and
Seite 409 - To JOHN PLATT, of Oldham, in the county of Lancaster, machinist, for certain improvements in machinery or apparatus to be employed in the preparation and spinning of cotton and other fibrous substances.—
Seite 222 - for improvements in the production of light, and in the manufacture or preparation of materials applicable thereto. Sealed 23rd March—6 months for iurolment. William Henry Hatcher, of the Strand, civil engineer, for improvements in electric telegraphs, and in apparatus connected therewith, and also in electric clocks and time-keepers. Sealed 23rd March—6 months for inrolment.
Seite 222 - John Leslie, of Conduit-street, Hanover-square, one of the tailors to Her Majesty's Household, for improvements in the combustion of gas for the purposes of light. Sealed 22nd March —6 months for inrolment. Charles Fox, of Trafalgar-square, Charing-cross, engineer, for improvements in the permanent way of railways, and in carriages to be employed on railways,—being a communication. Sealed 23rd
Seite 378 - for inrolment. William Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancery-lane, Middlesex, civil engineer, for improvements in machinery for letter-press printing; being a communication. Sealed 4th May—6 months for inrolment. Joseph Taylor, of Tipton, in the county of Stafford, engineer, for a certain improvement or certain improvements in the construction and manufacture of wheels for railway and other carriages. Sealed 4th April—6
Seite 380 - May—6 months for inrolment. William Edward Newton, of the Office for Patents, 66, Chancerylane, Middlesex, civil engineer, for a new or improved instrument or apparatus for making or manufacturing capsules for enclosing

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