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George Dominy

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of Weymouth

George Dominy, the elder is a butcher of Melcombe Regis.[1]

1870 Patent. '2928. And to George Dominy, of Weymouth, in the county of Dorset, for the invention of "improved means of, and apparatus for turning over the leaves of music and other books."[2]

1872 Patent. '36. To George Dominy and James Russell, of Weymouth, in the county of Dorset, for the invention of "improvements in apparatus for securing window sashes and sliding frames of cases, boxes, or other receptacles."'[3]

1873 Patent. '2492. To James Russell and George Dominy, junior, both of Weymouth, in the county of Dorset, for the invention of "improvements in appliances for winding and preserving velvet and other ribbons, lace, trimmings, and other like articles."'[4]

1875 Patent. '398. To James Russell and George Dominy, junior, both of Weymouth, in the county of Dorset, for the invention of "improvements in guards for carving-forks, and in means or appliances connected therewith for retaining such guards in an upright position without springs."'[5]

Inventor of the Xtraordinary Cycle

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Gazette Issue 24360 published on the 5 September 1876. Page 37 of 50
  2. [2] Gazette Issue 23680 published on the 18 November 1870. Page 10 of 94
  3. [3] Gazette Issue 23820 published on the 19 January 1872. Page 10 of 36
  4. [4] Gazette Issue 24003 published on the 1 August 1873. Page 14 of 42
  5. [5] Gazette Issue 24180 published on the 12 February 1875. Page 18 of 54