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" ... the manufacture of the iron should be obtained at less expense. It was objected, in the course of the argument, that the quality or degree of invention was so small that it could not become the subject-matter of a patent; that a person who could procure... "
The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette - Seite 499
1842
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The Repertory of patent inventions [formerly The Repertory of arts ..., Band 18

1842
...expense. It was objected, in the course of the argument, that the quality or degree of invention was so small, that it could not become the subject-matter...that a person who could procure a license to use the hot air blast under Neilson's patent, had a full right to apply that blast to coal of any nature whatever,...
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Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Pleas: With ..., Band 4

Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas, James Manning, Thomas Colpitts Granger - 1844
...small that it could not become the subject of a patent — that the person who had procured a licence to use the hot-air blast under Neilson's patent, had a full right to subject to that blast coal of any nature whatever, whether bituminous or stone coal. But we think,...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1842
...expense. It was objected, in the course of the argument, that the quality or degree of invention was so small, that it could not become the subject-matter...necessary to consider the labour, pains, and expense incurved by the plaintiff in bringing his discovery to perfection, that there is evidence in this cause...
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The Franklin Journal, and American Mechanics' Magazine

1842
...expense. It was objected, in the course of the argument, that the quality, or degree, of invention, was so small, that it could not become the subject-matter...coal of any nature whatever, whether bituminous or stone-coal. But we think, if it were necessary to consider the labor, pains, and expense, incurred...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

1842
...expense. It was objected, in the course of the argument, that the quality, or degree, of invention, was so small, that it could not become the subject-matter...coal of any nature whatever, whether bituminous or stone-coal. But we think, if it were necessary to consider the labor, pains, and expense, incurred...
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Reports and Notes of Cases on Letters Patent for Inventions [1601-1855]

Thomas Webster - 1844 - 1098 Seiten
...(*'). It was objected, in the course of the argument, that the quality or degree of invention was so small, that it could not become the subject-matter...that a person who could procure a license to use the hot air blast under Neilson's patent, had a full right to apply that blast to coal of any nature whatever,...
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Reports and Notes of Cases on Letters Patent for Inventions, Bände 1-2

Thomas Webster - 1844
...(i). It was objected, in the course of the argument, that the quality or degree of invention was so small, that it could not become the subject-matter...that a person who could procure a license to use the hot air blast under Neilson's patent, had a full right to apply that blast to coal of any nature whatever,...
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Law Reports of Patent Cases, Band 2

William Carpmael - 1851
...expense. It was objected, in the course of the argument, that the quality or degree of invention was so small, that it could not become the subject-matter...stone coal. But we think, if it were necessary to con* Dero&nc v. Fnirrif, vol. ip 664. | The King v. Daniel/, vol. ip 1,»3. VOL. II. XX sider the labour,...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of ..., Band 43

Great Britain. Bail Court - 1869
...invention was so small that it could not become the subject of a patent—that the person who had procured a license to use the hot-air blast under Neilson's patent, had a full right to subject to that blast coal of any nature whatever, whether bituminous or stone-coal. But we think,...
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Decisions on the Law of Patents for Inventions Rendered by the United States ...

United States. Supreme Court - 1887
...expense. It was objected, in the course of the argument, that the quality or degree of invention was so small that it could not become the subject-matter...But we think, if it were necessary to consider the labor, pains and expense incurred by the plaintiff in bringing his discovery to perfection, that there...
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