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John Bishop, of Poland-street, in the county of Middlesex, jew

eller, for improvements in apparatus used for retarding car. riages on railways, parts of which are applicable for portioning power, and improvements in steam-cocks or plugs.-Sealed

24th December John Ridsdale, of Leeds, in the county of York, for improvements

in preparing fibrous materials for weaving, and in sizing warps.

-Sealed 24th December. Isham Baggs, of Wharton-street, in the county of Middlesex,

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

29th December. Samuel Carson, of York-street, Covent Garden, in the county of Middlesex, Gent., for improvements in purifying and pre

serving animal substances.-Sealed 29th December. 1 William Coley Jones, of Vauxhall-walk, in the parish of Lam

beth, in the county of Surrey, practical chemist, for improvements in treating and operating upon a certain unctious substance, in order to obtain products therefrom for the manu

facture of candles and other purposes.-Sealed 29th December. James Morris, of Cateaton-street, in the city of London, mer

chant, for an invention of improvements in locomotive and other steam-engines,-being a communication from a certain

foreigner residing abroad.-Sealed 30th December. George Edmond Donisthorpe, of Bradford, in the county of York,

top manufacturer, for improvements in combing and drawing

wool and certain descriptions of hair.---Sealed 30th 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 a foreigner residing

abroad.—Sealed 30th December. William Coley Jones, of Vauxhall-terrace, in the county of Surrey,

practical chemist, and George Furguson Wilson, of Vauxhall, in the same county, 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 30th December.

Gabriel Hippolyte Moreau, of Leicester-square, in the county of

Middlesex, Gent., for certain improvements in propelling

vessels.-Sealed 11th January, 1843. Gabriel Hippolyte Moreau, of Leicester-square, in the county of

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

tors.-Sealed 11th January. Thomas Wrigley, of Bridge Hall Mills, in the county of Lan

caster, paper-manufacturer, for certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for manufacturing paper.-Sealed 20th

January Thomas Ridgway Bridson, of Great Bolton, in the county of

Lancaster, bleacher, for certain improvements in machinery or apparatus for stretching, drying, mangling, and finishing woven fabrics.-Sealed 21st January.

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

To Gabriel Hippolyte Moreau, of Leicester-square, London, for

certain improvements in propelling vessels. — Sealed 27th

December. Robert Wilson, manager at the works of Messrs. Nasmyths, Gas

kell, and Company, Patricroft, near Manchester, engineer, for certain improvements in the construction of locomotive and

other steam-engines.-Sealed 27th December. James Morris, of Cateaton-street, London, merchant, for im

provements in locomotive and other steam-engines,-being a

foreign communication.-Sealed 27th December. Henry Samuel Rush, of Sloane-street, London, for improvements

in apparatus for containing matches for obtaining instantaneous

light.-Sealed 29th December. John Rand, of Howland-street, Fitzroy-square, London, artist,

for improvements in making and closing metallic collapsable

vessels.-Sealed 29th December. Henry Beaumont Leeson, of Greenwich, M.D., for improve

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ments in the art of depositing and manufacturing metals and metal articles, by electro galvanic agency, and in the apparatus

connected therewith.--Sealed Oth December. Robert Logan, of Blackheath, near London, for improvements

in obtaining and preparing the fibres and other products of

the cocoa-nut and its husks.--Sealed 9th January, 1843. James Gardener, of Banbury, Oxfordshire, ironmonger, for im

provements in cutting hay, straw, and other vegetable matters,

for the food of animals.-Sealed 11th January. Charles Hancock, of Grosvenor-place, London, artist, for certain

improvements in printing cotton, silk, woollen, and other fa

brics.-Sealed 11th January. Wilton George Turner, of Gateshead, Doctor in Philosphy, for improvements in the manufacture of alum. — Sealed 12th

January John Stephen Bourlier, of Sherborn-street, Blandford-square,

London, engineer, for certain improvements in machinery used in printing calicoes, silks, paper-hangings, and other fabrics,

being a foreign communication.--Sealed 12th January. William Wood, of Holborn, London, carpet manufacturer, for a

new mode of weaving carpeting and other figured fabrics.

Sealed 13th January. Matthew Gregson, of Toxteth Park, Liverpool, for an invention

or improvement applicable to the sawing or cutting of veneers,

-being a foreign communication.-Sealed 16th January. Samuel Hall, of Basford, civil engineer, for improvements in the

combustion of fuel and smoke.-Sealed 18th January. Joseph Beaman, of Smethwick, Harborne, Staffordshire, iron

master, for an improvement in the manufacture of malleable

iron.-Sealed 18th January. Alexander Johnston, of Hillhouse, county of Edinburgh, for im

provements on carriages, which may also be applied to ships, boats, and other purposes where locomotion is required. Sealed 20th January,

New Patents
SEALED IN ENGLAND.

1842-3.

To Alonzo Grandison Hull, of Clifford-street, Doctor of Medicine, for improvements in electrical apparatus, for medical purposes,

, and in the application thereof to the same purposes.—Sealed

28th December-6 months for inrolment. Thomas Thompson, of Coventry, weaver, for certain improve

ments in weaving figured fabrics.—Sealed 28th December—6

months for inrolment. Henry Crosley, of the city of London, civil engineer, and George

Stevens, of Limehouse, Gent, for certain improvements in the
manufacture of sugar, and the products of sugar.-Sealed 28th

December-6 months for inrolment.
Edward Thomas Lord Thurlow, of Ashfield Lodge, Ixworth,

Suffolk, for an improvement or improvements in bits for horses
and other animals.-Sealed 29th December-6 months for in-

rolment. Benjamin Bailey, of the Borough of Leicester, frame-smith, for

improvements in machinery employed in the manufacture of
stockings, gloves, and other frame-work knitted fabrics.-

Sealed 29th December--6 months for inrolment.
John Stephen Bourlier, of Sherbon-street, Blandford-square, en-

gineer, for certain improvements in machinery used in printing
calicoes, silks, paper-hangings, and other fabrics,-being a
communication.-Sealed 29th December~ 6 months for inrol-

ment. Joseph Rock, Junr., of Birmingham, factor, for improvements in

the construction of locks.-Sealed 29th December-6 months

for inrolment. Henry Samuel Rush, of Sloane-street, mechanic, for improve

ments in apparatus for containing matches for obtaining instantaneous light.--Sealed 29th December—6 months for inrolment.

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Baron Victor de Wydroff, of Old Bracknell, Berkshire, for im

provements in the construction of railways, and in wheels to run on railways, and in apparatus for clearing the rails.

Sealed 29th December~6 months for inrolment John Bishop, of Poland-street, Westminster, jeweller, for im

provements in apparatus for portioning steam-power ; and also improvements in plugs, cocks, or taps, for steam, gases, and

liquids.-Sealed 29th December-6 months for inrolment. William John Loat, of Clapham, in the county of Surrey, builder,

for an improved mode of constructing floors and roofs.-Sealed

11th January, 1843-6 months for inrolment. Crawshay Bailey, of Nant-y-Glo Iron Works, Monmouthshire,

Esq., for certain improved constructions of rails for tram-ways

and railways.-Sealed 11th January-6 months for inrolment. James Harvey, Junr., of Regent-street, goldsmith, for certain in

provements in steam-engines,-being a communication.—Sealed

11th January—6 months for inrolment. William Ritter, of 106, Fenchurch-street, Gent., for improve

ments in crystallizing and purifying sugar,-being a communi

cation.-Sealed 11 January—6 months for inrolment. Julian Edward Disbrowe Rodgers, of Upper Ebury-street, Mid

dlesex, chemist, for certain improvements in the separation of sulphur from various mineral substances.-Sealed 12th January

-6 months for inrolment. Pierre Armand Le Comte de Fontainemoreau, of Skinner's-place,

Size-lane, for a certain process or processes of combining clay with some other substances, for the producing of a certain ceramic paste," capable of being moulded into a variety of forms, and the application thereof to several purposes,-being a communication.-Sealed 14th January—6 months for inrol

ment. James Harvey, of Bazing-place, Waterloo-road, timber-merchant,

for improvements in paving streets, roads, and other places, -some of which improvements are his own invention, and others have been communicated to him by a foreigner, residing abroad.--Sealed 14th January-6 months for inrolment.

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