Mechanics' Magazine, Band 49

Knight & Lacey, 1848

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Seite 444 - Regius Professor of Physic, Professor of Moral Philosophy, Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Anatomy, Professor of Modern History, Professor of Botany, Woodwardian Professor of Geology, Jacksonian Professor of Natural...
Seite 462 - The Committee on Science and the Arts constituted by the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania, for the promotion of the Mechanic Arts, to whom was referred for examination a Solar Compass, invented by WM.
Seite 113 - He that provideth not for his own, and specially for those of his own house, hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.
Seite 526 - I wish it to be understood that what I claim as my invention...
Seite 335 - ... making use of the motive power of magnetism, when developed by the action of such current or currents, substantially as set forth in the foregoing description, ... as means of operating or giving motion to machinery, which may be used to imprint signals upon paper or other suitable material, or to produce sounds in any desired manner, for the purpose of telegraphic communication at any distances,
Seite 257 - ... to the same extent and effect as the original enrolment, record, document, or writing could or might be admissible or admitted in evidence, as well for the purpose of proving the contents of such enrolment, record, document, or writing, and the drawing, map, or plan (if any) thereunto annexed, as also proving such enrolment, record, document, or writing to be an enrolment, record, document, or writing of or belonging to the said Court of Chancery, and that such enrolment, record, document, or...
Seite 335 - I do not propose to limit myself to the specific machinery or parts of machinery described in the foregoing specification and claims; the essence of my invention being the use of the motive power of the electric or galvanic current, which I call Electro-Magnetism, however developed, for marking or printing intelligible characters, signs, or letters, at any distances, being a new application of that power of which I claim to be the first inventor or discoverer.
Seite 398 - London to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Holyhead, Milford, Falmouth, Yarmouth, Dover and Portsmouth ! A reward of a single thousand would have supplied coaches and other vehicles, of various degrees of speed, with the best tackle for readily turning out ; and we might, ere this, have witnessed our mail coaches running at the rate of ten miles an hour, drawn by a single horse, or impelled fifteen miles an hour by Blenkinsop's steam-engine.
Seite 256 - An Act to regulate certain Offices in the Petty Bag in the High Court of Chancery, the Practice of the Common Law side of that Court, and the Enrolment Office of the said Court...
Seite 335 - There are various known modes of producing motions by electro-magnetism, but none of these had been applied prior to my invention and improvement, to actuate or give motion to printing or recording machinery, which is the chief point of my invention and improvement.

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