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THE

R E P ER TO RY

PATENT INVENTIONS,

AND OTHER

Discoveries and Improvements

IN

ARTS, MANUFACTURES,

AND

AGRICULTURE;

BEING A CONTINUATION, ON AN ENLARGED PLAN,

OF THE

Kepertory of Arts and Manufactures:

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

USEFUL INVENTIONS OF ALL NATIONS.

ENLARGED SERIES.-VOL. XIV.

July-December, 1849.

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.

DOMINI
NUSITIO
ILLUMEA

ALEXANDER MACINTOSH

PRINTER,
GREAT NEW-STREET, LONDON,

ENLARGED SERIES.

PLATE I. Cullen's Patent for Improvements in Apparatus for

Steering Ships and other Vessels.-Green and Newman's Patent for Improvements in the Manufacture of a part or parts of Railway Wheels.-Ricardo's Patent for Improvements in Electric Telegraphs, and in Apparatus connected

therewith. PLATE II. Burns' Patent for an Improved Roller-gin used

in Separating the Seed from Cotton.--Metcalf's Patent for Improvements in the Construction of Chairs, Sofas, and other articles of furniture for sitting or reclining on.Greenstreet's Patent for Improvements in Hydraulic Engines. Roose and Richardson's Patent for Improvements

in the Manufacture of Tubing. PLATE III. Bakewell's Patent for Improvements in Making

Communications from one place to another by means of
Electricity.--Loam's Patent for Improvements in the

Manufacture of Fuzees.
PLATE IV. Clinton's Patent for Improvements in Flutes.

Smith's Patent for Improvements in the Manufacture of Railway Wheels.—Tutton's Patent for Certain improvements in the Construction and Arrangement of certain

parts of Buildings. PLATE V. Adams' Patent for Improvements in Mills for

Grinding. PLATE VII. Barberis's Patent for Improvements in the Con

struction of Swifts, and in the Arrangement of Apparatus

for Winding Silk and other fibrous substances. PLATE VIII. Steward's Patent for Improvements in the

Manufacture of Moulds and Cores for Casting Iron and other substances.-Hill's Patent for Improvements in the Manufacture of Iron, and in the Machinery for producing the same.Hobler's Patent for Improvements in the Con

struction of Cylinders or Barrels of Capstans and Windlasses. PLATE IX. Cartwright's Patent for an Improved Brace for

the use of Carpenters and others.---Wilkins and Stacey's Patent for a Certain improvement or Improvements applicable to Heating and Boiling of Liquids of any kind or description. Parish's Patent for Improvements in Safety and other Lamps, and in Gas-burners.-Wright's Patent for Certain improvements in Preparing various Fibrous Substances for Spinning, and in Machinery and Apparatus connected therewith.

PLATE X. Pearce’s Patent for Improvements in Apparatus

for Obtaining Light by Electric Agency.-Webster's Patent for Certain improvements in Apparatus for Manu

facturing Gas. Plate XI. Smith's Patent for Improvements in the Manu

facture of Flour, applicable to the making of Bread, Biscuits, and Pastry.—Whitworth's Patent for Improvements in Preventing Accidents on Railways.-Day's Patent for Improvements in Machinery for Weighing. - David's

Patent for Improvements in Bleaching Cotton. PLATE XII. Remond's Patent for Improvements in Machinery

for Folding Envelops, and in the Manufacture of Envelops. PLATE XIII. Wilson's Patent for Improvements in the Manu

facture of Sulphuric Acid and Alum.-Woollett's Patent for Improvements in Gun-carriages.—Pickering's Patent for Improvements in Evaporating Brine and certain other fluids.—Gordon's Patent for Certain improvements in the

Ventilation of Mines. PLATE XIV. Jacob's Patent for Improvements in the

Manufacture of Earthenware Tubes or Pipes.-Defries' and Pettitt’s Patent for Improvements in applying Gas to heat Apparatus containing fluids, and in Heating and Ventilating Buildings ; also Improvements in Gas-fittings, and in Apparatus for controlling the passage of Gas. Brook's Patent for Improvements in Lamps.-Green and Newman's Patent for Improvements in the Manufacture of

Railway Wheels. PLATE XV. Knox's Patent for Improvements in Railway

carriages.—Dunington's Patent for Improvements in the Manufacture of Looped Fabrics, and in the making of Gloves and Hatbands. — Simpson and Forster's Patent for Improvements in the Manufacture or Treating Solvents

of India-rubber and other gums or substances. PLATE XVI. Kennedy's Patent for Certain improvements in

the methods of Packing Cops of Cotton and other fibrous materials, and in the Apparatus connected therewith.Poole's Patent for Improvements in the Manufacture of Heels for Boots and Shoes, of Swivels, of Bag-fastenings, of Revolving Furniture, and of the Connexions of Pipes for Gas and other fluids.—Cocksey and Nightingale's Patent for Certain Machinery to facilitate the washing and cleans

ing of Cotton and other fabrics, &c. PLATE XVII. Manton's Patent for Improvements in Fire

arms.- Parry's Patent for Improvements in Shoeing Horses, and in Horse-shoes.-Parkes' Patent for Improvements in the Deposition and Manufacture of certain Metals, &c.

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