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Grants of Provisional Protection for Six Months

  • Abraham, Henry Robert, Carriages, 22
  • Abraham, H. R., Delivery Checks, and Tell Tales, 236
  • Abraham, Isaac, Preparing Cane, 2:5
  • Abraham, John, Percussion Caps, 59
  • Adams, John, Knitting Machinery, 251
  • Adcock, Henry, Casting Iron, 47
  • Adkins, William, Measuring Fabrics, 263
  • Ager, Nathan, Connecting Spindles of Locks and Latches, 102
  • Aimont, Pierre Ernest, Shoes, &c., 298
  • Allman, Fennell, and Donald Bethune, Separating Fluids from Solids, 33s
  • Allan, Alexander, and Thomas Hunt, Locomotives and Carriages, 326
  • Alexandre Lambert, Propellers, 59
  • Allen, Edward Ellis, Permanent Way of Railways, 175
  • Allman, Fennell, and Donald Bethune, Production of Steam, 275
  • Alliott, Alexander, Drying Apparatus, 338
  • Amory, Jonathan, Furnaces, 298
  • Amos, Jas., Flour Dressing Machine, 203
  • Anderson, John Barker, Soap, and Lubricating Material, 102
  • Anderson, D., Machinery for Preparing Felt and Fibrous Materials, 22
  • Antrobus, I'., Preserving and Packing Flour, 46
  • Appleton, Charles James, Knitting, 46
  • Appleton, Peter, Peeling Apples, &c., 189
  • Archer, Elisha Thomas, Envelopes, 175
  • Armour, John, Bleaching Fabrics, 251
  • Armour, John, Bleaching, 71
  • Armitage, William, and Henry Lea, Manufacture of Iron, 275
  • Armstrong, W. G., Apparatus for Lifting, 275
  • Arnaud, Claude Antoine, Motive Power, 288
  • Aston, William Henry, and Samuel Hopkinson, Furnaces and Supplying Water to Hailers, 326
  • Asbury, William, Tap or Stop Cock, 87
  • Ashton, James, Bruising Grain, 236
  • Ashworth, John, jun., Lap Machines, 87
  • Ashworth, George, Condensing Carding Engines, 275
  • Aspinall, John, Obtaining Extracts, 219
  • Aspinall, John, Curing Sugar, 154
  • Aspinall John, Curing Sugar, 46
  • Atkins,Isaac, Mary Gate, and Marmaduke, Miller, Regulating Flow of Gas, 58
  • Auld, David, and John Stephen, Steam Boilers and Furnaces, 175
  • Avery, Delia, Bonnets, 350
  • Ayckbourn, F., Cleaning Knives and Forks, 87
  • Barber, Edmund, Mangles, 203
  • Barbier, Chas. Jean Baptiste, Brick Kiln, 22
  • Barcroft, John, Baskets, 22
  • Barling, Joseph, Paper, 22
  • Bailey, Henry George, Digging Land, 34
  • Barton, John, Shuttle Tongues, 34
  • Bach, Henry, Decorated Glass, 46
  • Barker, Charles Matthew, Pistons, 47
  • Barter, Thomas, Vapour Baths, 47
  • Barlow, Chas., Cutting Cloth, 175
  • Barlow, Henry Bernoulli, Carding, 58
  • Barlow, H. Bernoulli, Mules for Spinning, 58
  • Barlow, Wm. Henry, Constructing Bridges, Viaducts, 236
  • Barlow, P. Wm., Seasoning Timber, 275
  • Bakewell, Thos. Hill, Ventilating, 59
  • Barrie, William, Reflective Leveller, 59
  • Bain, Alexander, Inkstands, 70
  • Barnes, Isaac, Knobs for Doors, 87
  • Barrow, Robert, Slide Valve, 87
  • Barrow, John, jun., Manufacture of Soda, Sze., 175
  • Barnes, L, Birmingham, Carriage Lamps,'87
  • Bartholomew, W. H., Propelling Vessels, 126
  • Bartlett, Robert Smith, Sewing Needles, 188
  • Barber, Harry, Manufacture of Hosiery Goods, 189
  • Barber, John, Steam-engines, 139
  • Barratt, J. A., Rotary Stearn-engine, 210
  • Barker, William Robert, and Wm. Toogood, Bottles and Stoppering, 219
  • Bali, Wm., Stamping Ores, 203
  • Ball, Wm., Separating Copper from the Ores, 219
  • Bannehr, James, Preparing Paper, 236
  • Baptiste, Charles, Tenoning and Morticing Machines, 236
  • Barrans, Joseph, Steam-engines, 263
  • Balmain, William Henry, and Thomas Colby, Manufacture of Alkalies, 264
  • Barbour, James, Sawing Apparatus 275
  • Barsham, J., Cases for Bottles and jars, 153
  • Bayliss, William, Chains for Collieries, 298
  • Basford, William, Purifying Coal Gas, 298
  • Barclay, Andrew, and John Wallace, Manufacture and Measurement of Gas, 315
  • Bat ruel, Germain, Treating Cotton Seed, 326
  • Barron. P. E. L., Coating Metals, 327
  • Baird, James, Freeing Wool frem Burrs, 327
  • Bauzemont, J., Purifying Turpentine, 338
  • Barlow, Charles, Cutting Cloth, 175
  • Beech, John, and Edward Jeffreys, Supporting Rails, 71
  • Bessemer, H., Manufacture of Iron and Steel, 46
  • Bessemer, Henry, Bar Iron and Steel, 126
  • Bessemer, Henry, Manufacture of Iron and Steel, 188
  • Bessemer, Henry, Shaping and Rolling Malleable Iron, 338
  • Bessemer, Henry, Iron and Steel, 338 Pell, Robert, Woven Fabrics, 10
  • Bell, Samuel Alexander, and John Black, Igniting Matches, 298
  • Bell, Robert, Ornamental Fabrics, 326
  • Bell, George, and George Charles Grimes, Frictional Matches and Fuzees, 338
  • Bentall, E. IL, Cutting Turnips, &c., 59
  • Bentall, Edward Hammond, Pulping Turnips, &c., 46
  • Bentall, E. IL, Crushing Grain, 326
  • Berseon, Pierre Louis, Spittoon, 22
  • Beardbell, Isaac, Finishing Cloths, &c., 46
  • Betteley, Joseph, Ships' Knees, 58
  • Bettejey, Joseph, Iron for Ships' Knees, 251
  • Beasley, W., Rifle Barrels for Fire Arms, 87
  • Bergevin, Maurice de, Preparing Coal, 87
  • Bergue, Miguel de, Permanent way of Railays, 67
  • ButLeigh, Benjamin, Permanent way of Railways 102
  • Beamish, John .0'Meara, Manufacture of Morocco Leather, 102
  • Berlette, Henry, Roasting Coffee, 302
  • Bestwick, H., and J. Bury, Cocks, Taps, 115
  • Bergner, Theodore, Facing Surfaces of Engraved Plates, 126
  • Bergner, T., Embossing Veneers, 126
  • Bennett, Thomas, and Wilfred Preston Dugdale, Spinning Machinery, 139
  • Beads, John, Spinning cotton, &c., 153
  • Berard, P. H. O., Artificial Flowers, 175
  • Berard, P. H. G. Waterproof Fabrics, 188.
  • Bentley, J., Breech-loading Fire-arms, 236
  • Bernard Julian, Machinery for Making Boots and hoes, 251
  • Beudant, A, L., and J. L. M. P. Benoit, Treating Copper Ores, 288
  • Beauche, Louis, Cigars, 298
  • Beniowski, Bartholomew, Typographical Composition, 298
  • Berrisford, S. and E. Wilkinson, Weaving Looms, 327
  • Bethune, D., Apparatus for Dyeing, 338
  • Beadon, William, Implements for Cleaning and Rolling land, &c.. 338
  • Beyer, Charles, Locomotive Engines, 350
  • Betts, John, Artificial Spheres, 350
  • Billinton, William, Preserving Wood, 236
  • Billing, MArtin, and Fred. Aug. Harwood, Paper Bags, 59
  • Billington, William, Treating Wooden Sleepers, 154
  • Binns, Joshua, Winding, Sizing, and Beaming Yarns, 338
  • Birch, George Rods, Folding Desk, 46
  • Bird, Thos., and Thos. Robe, .Castors, 203
  • Bird, Gregory, Building Compositions, 288
  • Blacket, Frank W., Keys and Locks, z75
  • Blake, °bed., Manufacture of Glass, 251
  • Blake, t.bed., Applying lnt(rnal Reflection to Transparent Substances, 315
  • Blackburn, Thomas, Spinning Cotton and Silk Waste, 275
  • Blackwell, Thomas Evans, Condensing, Cooling, and Heating Fluids, 139
  • Blackwell, Thomas Evans, Treating Water for Brewers, 264
  • Blackwood, Robert, Machinery for Doubling Yarns, 338
  • Bleasdale, Richard, Throstles, 102
  • Blittkowski, Gustav Adolph, Repeating Fire-arms, 236
  • Bloomer. Caleb, Spikes and Bolts, 268 Brown, Gentle, Cast Steel, 139
  • Buckley, James, Looms, 71
  • Budden, William, Preparing Cheques, 275
  • Bufton, Edward, Marking-Ink, 219
  • Button, Benjamin Gadault de, Clarifying and Purifying Water, 327
  • Bulmer, William, and Isaac Sharp, Bricks and Tiles, 288
  • Bullard, W. Augustus, Fastening Doors, 126
  • Bullough, Adam, Lubricator for Looms, 22'
  • Bullough, Adam, Looms, '2:5
  • Bullough, Adam, Leasing Warps, 350
  • Bullough, W., Sizing Yarns, 58
  • Burton, Theophilus, Boger Cleaner, 126
  • Burton, J. W., Treating Flax, &c., 203
  • Burrell, Thomas Waller, Water Power, 236
  • Burkin, William, Painted Cloths, 298
  • Burnside, James, Propelling and Steering Ships, 251
  • Bodmer, Louis Rudolph, Seed Crushing, 22
  • Bodmer, Rudolph, Improved Planimeter, 34
  • Bodmer, Rudolph, Lubricating Oil, 126
  • Bonnard, Lodowiska. Hats and Bonnets, 236
  • Booth, John Billington, and James Beckett, Preparing and Spinning Cotton, &c., 126
  • Boosey, Charles, Music Stands, 315
  • Boss, J, A.. Preparing Cane, 276
  • Clay, %Ilium, Bar Iron, 203
  • Clay, W., Switches and Crossings of Railways, 188
  • Clayton, Leonard, Dressing Yarn, 46
  • Clarke, wm., St. Thomas, Ventilating, 58
  • Clark, William, Cutting Trousers, 153
  • Clarke, William, Warp Fabrics, 139
  • Clark, Joseph, Horse Hoe, 338
  • Clark, George, Manufacture of Gas, 315
  • Clark, Samuel, Lanterns, 34
  • Clarkson, T. C., Material for Pumps, &c., 59
  • Clayton, William, Soap, 210
  • Clough, C. B., Obtaining Motive Power, 208
  • Cliff, James, Cleansing Casks, 219
  • Clegg, S., and John Kay, Warping Yarns, 154
  • Clerville, J., Julius Clerode, Preparing Oil, 10
  • Cox, Stephen Fitchew, Leather, 126
  • Coxeter, James, Generating Steam, 47
  • Cowburn, Thomas, and Geo. Walker Muir, Boilers and Valves, 34
  • Collier, George. John Crossley, J. W. Crossley, Drying Woven Fabrics, 10
  • Cooke, H., Dyeing and Dressing Yarns, 175
  • Cook, James hdgar, Preserving Surfaces, 58
  • Cooke, William, Reflectors, 46
  • Cooke, William, Cleaning Knives, 46
  • Cotton, William, Looped Fabrics, 58
  • Cochrane, Alexander, Distributing Water and Sewage Matter, 46
  • Collins, John, Pulverising Land, 288
  • Corbett, Joseph, Tuyeres, 47
  • Cottrill, James Smith, Presses, 236
  • Cook, Thomas, Portable Bedsteads, 175
  • Coignet, Francois, Artificial Stone, 10
  • Coats, George, Brattices for Coal Mines, 175
  • Coats, George, Horse Shoes, 87
  • Coates, Charles, Communicating Motion, 188
  • Cohen, B. S., Chimney Pieces, &c., 203
  • Cohen, B. 'i., Pen Holders, 203
  • Cowley, John, Straw Paper, 288
  • Cocker, James, Wire, 34
  • Cockings, James, s., Envelopes, 203
  • Comstock, Jos Jesse, Generating Steam, 71
  • [[George Millen Cottam|Cottam, George Millen[[, and Henry Richard Cottam. Iron Hurdles, :350
  • Cottam, George Millen, Exploding Signals for Railways, 46
  • Cottam, George Millen, and Henry Richard Cot tam, Folding Bedsteads and Chairs, 102
  • Cottam, George Millen, and Henry Richard Cottam, Chairs, Bedsteads, &c., 219
  • Cottam, S. F., Mules for Spinning, 46
  • Cowper, Charles, Treatment of Coal, 58
  • Cowper, Charles, Impregnating Wood, 126
  • Cowper, Charles, New Yarn, 275
  • Cowper, Charles, Pm iflcation and Agglomeration of Coal, :327
  • Cowper, Edw. A., Combing of Wool, &c., 58
  • Codde, L., Submarine Communication, 175
  • Corbitt, William and George Shaw, Btifle!.r Bearing and Draw Springs, 188
  • Coleman, R., Ploughing, Hoeing, &c., 315
  • Cox, John, Coke and Coke Ovens, 315
  • Collins, Robert, Agricultural Implement, 210
  • Cockkennifeek, John de, Refining Oils, 327
  • Cope, David, spoons, Forks, 203
  • Cope, John, Pearl or Shell Buttons, 326
  • Coulon, Louis Pierre, Distributing and Composing Machine, 263
  • Corn forth, Henry, Plated Teapots. &c., 236
  • Comes, John, Washing and Churning, 175
  • Cooper, George Pate, Shirt Collar, 126
  • Cornides, L., Ornamental Window Blinds, 326
  • Brierley, John, Twisting and Doubling Yarns, 153
  • Brierley, Wm. and J.P. Brierley, Looms, 203
  • Brierley, Henry, Self-acting Mules. 203
  • Brook, C., and J. Hirst, Finishing Yarns, 153
  • Bromley, John, and William Adams, Porcelain Ovens, 219
  • Broadbent John, and Stanley Peter Youle, Cutting out Forms for Parasols, &c., 58
  • Brooke, John, Lift Pumps, 251
  • Brooks, G. H., Stoves, dm., 203
  • Brunel, Bonnet Frederick, Prussian blue, 219
  • Bryant, Jas, jun., Re-burning Charcoal, 203
  • Capp, Thomas Parkinson, Lamp, 126
  • Carrington. S. R., Hata and Machinery, 115
  • Campbell, R. T. Reaping Machines, 288
  • Caunce, Robert, Mules, 203
  • Carey, Chat lea, shower Baths, 203
  • Carey, Charles, Vessels and Filters, 203
  • Carey, Charles, Copying Presses, 203
  • Card, Theodule, Oil Lamps, 139
  • Castro, Joseph Henry Reynell de, Propelling Carriages up Inclines, 326
  • Cantelo, W. J. Preservation of Vegetable Matters, 275
  • Calvert, Francis Alton, Opening, Cleaning, and Carding Cotton, 33S
  • Carey, Charles, Omnibuses, 350
  • Carry, Stephen, Water-carts, 288
  • Carter, George, Propelling Vessels, 315
  • Cadet, A. Stamp Inking Apparatus, 338
  • Cartwright, Joseph, Taps and Valves, 46
  • Calvert, John, Extracting Metals, 58
  • Chambers, Austen, and Wm. Harrison Champion, Working Railway Breaks, 59
  • Chesterman, J., Knives and Springs, 58
  • Chisholm, George, Artificial Manure, 34
  • Chalange, Li phar Mathurin, Corn-mills, 188
  • Chapman. William, Propelling Vessels, 71
  • Chance, Henry, Moulded Articles, 87
  • Chaiblin, Leon, and Antoine Hennique,,Ornamenting Ceramic Products, 175
  • Charritie, J., and William Smith, Small Shot, 219
  • Cheshire, C. Rowe, and Joseph Betteley, Anchors, 350
  • Chance, J. Timmins, Furnaces for Flattening Glass, 115
  • Charlton, Thomas, and W. Turnbull, Steam-Engines, 327
  • Chambor, J. A. Marie Touet, Fire-places, 264
  • Chauchard, F., Paper and Pasteboard, 153
  • Chaffer, Thomas, and Jonah Ellis, Sawing and Cutting Slate. Stone, &c., 34
  • Chapman, William, and John Henry Teager, Cooking Apparatus, 154
  • Chatwin, T. Turner, and John F. Chatwin, Buttons, 153
  • Chnteuuneuf, Grand de, Hydro-Pheuno-metric Gas Meter, 188
  • Chadhurn, Alfred, Pressure Gauge, 288
  • Christophers, John, Knives and Forks, 350
  • Chambers, T., jun., Agricultural Drills, 350
  • Ch..ppius, Paul Emile, Double Reflective Looking-Glasses, 236
  • Chrimes, Richard, Buffers and Springs, 263
  • Clarke, C., Roughings for Horses' Feet, 22
  • Clarke, J., and J. Austin, Closing Bottles, Jars, &c., 153
  • Clibran, William, and Joseph Clibran, Regulating the Flow of Gas, 139
  • Clark, E., Suspending Insulated Wires,1 26
  • Claus, C. F., Preparation of Hides, 102
  • Claus, C. F., Moistening Land, and Extinguishing Fires, 298
  • Claus, C. F., Metal Shipbuilding, Steam Boilers, Bridges, &c., 139
  • Clay, William, Iron and Steel, 46
  • Clay, William, Bar Iron, 46
  • Clay, William, Switches, 188
  • Clay, William, Bar Iron, 203
  • Clay, W., Switches and Crossings of Railways. 188
  • Clayton, Leonard, Dressing Yarn, 46
  • Clarke, wm., St. Thomas, Ventilating, 58
  • Clark, William, Cutting Trousers, 153
  • Clarke, William, Warp Fabrics, 139
  • Clark, Joseph, Horse Hoe, 338
  • Clark, George, Manufacture of Gas, 315
  • Clark, Samuel, Lanterns, 34
  • Clarkson, T. C., Material for Pumps, &c., 59
  • Clayton, William, Soap, 210
  • Clough, C. B., Obtaining Motive Power, 298
  • Cliff, James, Cleansing Casks, 219
  • Clegg, S., and John Kay, Warping Yarns, 154
  • Clervi Ile, J., Julius Clero de, Preparing Oil, 10
  • Cox, Stephen Fitchew, Leather, 126
  • Coxeter, James, Generating Steam. 47
  • Cowburn, Thomas, and Geo. Walker Muir, Boilers and Valves, 34
  • Collier, George. John Crossley, J. W. Crossley, Drying Woven Fabrics. 10
  • Cooke, H., Dyeing and Dressing Yarns, 175
  • Cook, James hdgar, Preserving Surfaces, 58
  • Cooke, William, Reflectors, 46
  • Cooke, William, Cleaning Knives, 46
  • Cotton, William, Looped Fabrics, SK
  • Cochrane, Alexander, Distributing Water and Sewage Matter, 46
  • Collins, John, Pulverising Land, 288
  • Corbett, Joseph, Tuyeres, 47
  • Cottrill, James Smith, Presses, 236
  • Cook, Thomas, Portable Bedsteads, 175
  • Coignet, Francois, Artificial Stone, 10
  • Coats, George, Brattices for Coal Mines, 175
  • Coats, George, Horse Shoes, 87
  • Coate*, Charles, Communicating Motion, 188
  • Cohen, B. S., Chimney Pieces, &c., 203
  • Cohen, B.44., Pen Holders, 203
  • Cowley, John, Straw Paper, 288
  • Cocker, James, Wire. 34
  • Cocking, James, A., Envelopes, 203
  • Comstock, Jos Jesse, Generating Steam, 71
  • Cottam, George Hallen, and Henry Richard Cottam. Iron Hurdles, 350
  • Cottam, George Hallen, Exploding Signals for Railways, 46
  • Cottam, George Hallen, and Henry Richard Cottam. Folding Bedsteads and Chairs, 102
  • Cottam, George Millen, and Henry Richard Cottam, Chairs, Bedsteads, &c., 219
  • Cottam, $. F., Mules for Spinning, 46 Cowper, Charles, Treatment of Coal, 58
  • Cowper, Charles, Impregnating Wood, 126 Cowper, Charles. New Yarn, 275
  • Cowper, Charles, Put ification and Agglomeration of Coal, 327
  • Cowper, Edw. A., Combing of Wool, &e., 58 Cockle, L., Submarine Communication, 175
  • Corbitt, William and George Shaw, Buter Bearing and Draw Springs, 188
  • Coleman, R., Ploughing, Hoeing, &c., 315
  • Cox, John, Coke and Coke Ovens, 315
  • Collins, Robert, Agricultural Implement, 219
  • Cockkennifeck, John de, Refining Oils, 327
  • Cope, David, spoons, Forks, 203
  • Cope, John, Pearl or Shell Buttons, 326
  • Coulon, Louis Pierre, Distributing and Composing Machine, 263
  • Cornforth, Henry, Plated Teapots, &c., 236
  • Comes, John, Washing and Churning, 175
  • Cooper, George Pate, Shirt Collar, 126
  • Cornides, 14., Ornamental Window Blinds, 326
  • Connor, Foster, Looms for Weaving, 153
  • Cranston, Hudson, Lozenges, :34
  • Crofts, Wm., Manufacture of Lace Weavings, &c., 298
  • Craigie, Henry, Heating Apartments, '251
  • Crosland, Jas. Stead, Furnaces and Steam Generators, 275
  • Crozier, William, Extinction of Fire, 236
  • Crosley, William, and George Goldsmith, Wet Gas Meters, 288
  • Cunningham. H. D. P., Increasing Buoyancy of Boats. 288
  • Curtis, W. J., Excavating Land, 126
  • Curtis, Wm. Joseph, Lubricating Axles, 251
  • Curtis, William Joseph, Carriages, 298
  • Curtis. Wm. Joseph, Permanent Ways, 315
  • Curtis, W. J., Fog Signals for Railways, 22
  • Curtis, William Joseph, Railway Wheels, 326
  • Curwood, D., Cleaning Knives and Forks,326
  • Cutler, Job. 'Metallic Tubes, 326
  • Cumming, R. D., Footstool and Hassock, 219
  • David, Pierre Isidor, Bleaching, 126
  • Dalgetty. Alexander, Vices, 87
  • Davies, George, Soldering Cast-iron, 251
  • Davis, R. W., and Davis, D., Vice, 87
  • Davy, Joseph, Looms for Weaving, 175
  • Day, Richard Remley, Fuel, 59
  • Day, William, Clod Crushers, 288
  • Day, J. R., Door Lock and Latch,- 102
  • Davis, Robert. Tobacco-pipe Stems, 263
  • Davis, E J., Food for Horses, &c., 22
  • Davies, Edward, Milne Syers, and Charles Humphrey, Distilling Oily Matters, 22
  • Dalgetty, Alexander, Stilt for Casks, 102
  • Dannequin, Auguste Eugene, Waterproof Garments, 115
  • D'Auvergne, J. P. J. H., writing Desks, 102
  • Daft, Thomas Barnabas, Metallic and other Bedsteads, 219
  • Daniel, Alfred, Keys and Locks, 210
  • Dawson, Alfred, Converting Small Coals, 71
  • Dawson, William, Cutting Paper, 153
  • Darlington, John, Zinc or Shelter, 59
  • Darlington, George, Producing Oxide of Zinc, 87
  • Defries, Moss, Supplying Oil to Lamps, 153
  • Defries, Nath'n, and George Henry Bach-offner, Gas Fires, 288
  • Deiss, Edouard, Extracting Oils, 126
  • Delperdange, Victor, Elastic Packing, 59
  • Demain, Joseph, Connecting Railway Carriages, 275
  • Dempsey, William Churchill, Removing Obstructions of the Air Passages, 338
  • Dennet, Charles Frederick, and George Pays, Percussion Cap Pouches, 153
  • Destibeaux, Jean Hector, Waterproof Fabric, 102
  • Descos, Emile-Coullard Aubin, Consuming Smoke, 102
  • Dessales, Alexis Jean, Oil Lamps and Reflectors, 102
  • Devaux, A. C. L., Crushing Vegetables, 46
  • Devaux, A. C . L., Granaries, 251,
  • Devaux, A. C. L., Granaries. 298
  • Devos, Francois, Tanning Hides, &c., 34.
  • Dewar, H. A., Transmitting Motion, 175
  • Dewick, Charles, sen., Rib Machine, 326
  • Dick, David, Finishing Machinery, 34
  • Dick, David, Gas Regulator, 34
  • DieudonnC, Louis Auguste, Nose Bags, 338
  • Dimpfell, Frederick Peter, Screw-nuts for Axle-boxes, 3•7
  • Dimpfell, F. P., Permanent Way, 327
  • Dimpfell, Frederick Peter, Steam Boilers and Furnaces, 327
  • Diment, James, Cement, 153
  • Distin, W. A., Pipes for Smoking, 46
  • Dixon, Isaac, Propeller, 188
  • Dixon, John, Measuring Water, 327
  • Doat, Victor, Galvanic Battery, 275
  • Dobell, Ebenezer, Lamp Glasses. 153
  • Dodge, Nathaniel Shattswell, Manufacture of Leather Cloth, 70
  • Dodge, Nathaniel Shattswell, Treating Vulcanised India-Rubber, 87
  • Dodgeon, John, and James Wilson Bateson, Looms for Weaving, 102
  • Doran, Patrick, Pneumatic Apparatus, 102
  • Dortet, Jules, Padlock, 264
  • Douglas, G. Nicholas, Lighthouses, &c., 58
  • Downie, John, Moulding Metals, 175
  • Dresser, Christopher, Nature Printing, 34
  • Dreschfeld, Wilhelm, Rollers Employed in Spinning, 102
  • Dray, W., Cartridge-box and Pouch, 102
  • Dring, David, Cutting Wood Pegs, 70
  • Drew, A., and Matthew Gray, %% caving, 338
  • Drury, John, Steam-Boilers, 189
  • Drummond, William, spring Hinges, 203
  • Drieu, J. A., Weaving Horse Cloths, 315
  • Dunniclifte, J. D , Lace and Weavings, 203
  • Dubos, Jean Charles Bertrand, ElectroMagnetic Apparatus, 275
  • Duckett, George, Carts and Vans, 102
  • Duckworth, Christopher, and T. Marsden, Woven Fabric, 236
  • Dufresne, Alexandre Henri, Gilding and Ornamenting Steel, &c., 326
  • Dumas, Joseph, Tiles, 188
  • Dunn, Thomas, Heating Water and Generating Steam, 139
  • Duppa, T. Duppa, Generating Steam, 58
  • Dusautoy, Auguste, Cutting Cloth, 22 Duyck, James Edward, Oil Cake, 126
  • Dyer Samuel, Reeling Sails, 288
  • Dyer, bamuel, Reefing Sails, 350
  • Eaborn, E., and M. Robinson, Grinding Sugar, :326
  • East, F. W., Waterproof Fabrics, 46
  • Edwards, F. Howorth, Railway Brakes, 188
  • lives, J. Preparing Fibres from Plants, 236
  • Ellis, William Irlam, Slide Valve, 87
  • Ellis, Charles. Spinning and Doubling, 236
  • Ellis, John, Muriate of Ammonia, 350
  • Elce, John, and George Hammond, Lamp Wicks, 58
  • Elce, Jolla, and Samuel Fletcher Cottam, Lubricating Spindles, 139
  • Elliott, Eddlestone, Cyrus Leach, and James Ratcliffe, Spinning Wool, 120
  • Elliott, Geo., and W. A. Pattinson, Peroxide of Manganese, 298
  • Ellison Paul, Furnaces, 350
  • Emanuel, harry. Spoons, Forks &c., 59
  • Emery, Francis Joseph, Arresting Descent of Cages in Shafts, 188
  • Emsley, John, Tube-Spinning Frames, 139
  • Enthoven, Frederick, Cover for Gunpowder Canisters, 139
  • Erskine. J., New Material for Dressing, 87
  • Evans, Omrod, Coffeen, Digging Machinery, 10
  • Evan Evan, Fixing Railway:Bars, 46
  • Evans, William, Pioush, 350
  • Exalt, William. Sawing Machinery, 139
  • Eyre, Samuel, Portable Mirror, 263
  • Fawcett, Francis Best, Manufacture of Carpets, 102
  • Fell Thomas Mara, Ship's Cooking and Distilling Apparatus, 153
  • Fenton, Samuel, Locks and Fastenings, 71
  • Fernihough, James, Boilers, &c.,
  • Fernie, J., Steam and Hydraulic Hoist, 236
  • Ferrier, Robert, Sweeping and Cleansing Roads, 350
  • Field, John Kinsford, and Charles Humfrey, Paraffine Candled. 139
  • Field, Wm., and Edward Jeffreys, Sowing Seed, and Distributing Manure, 350
  • Finzal. Conrad William, William Needham, and John Barton, Filtering Sugar, &c., 298
  • Firman, George Jordan, Sulphuric and other Acids, 298
  • Fisher, David, Machinery for Pressing and Cutting Tobacco, 87
  • Fisher, Samuel, Anchors, Shafting, Axles, &c., 236
  • Fleming, James, Bleaching, Washing, &c., 46
  • Fleming, James, and George Fyfe, Consumption of Smoke, 102
  • Fletcher, John, and William Fletcher, Weighing Cranes, 126
  • Fletcher, Raymond, and Edwin Fletcher, Sweeping Chimneys, 3:18
  • Flint, William Bragg, Fasteners for Shutters 231
  • Fonbonne, Charles Alexandre de,Planufac: ture of Coke, &c., 153
  • Fonrobert. C. F. J., Artificial Leech, 34
  • Fontaine, Jean J., Manufacture of Steel, 10
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Jacquard Machine, 59
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Prevention of Accidents on Railways, 70
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand lc Compte de, Nail Machinery, 71
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Obtaining Motive Power, 102
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Cicatriming Preparation, 175
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Churns, 203
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand lc Compte de, Looms, 203
  • Fontainemoicau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Saponification of Fatty Matters, 236
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Measuring the Speedo( Currents, 263
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Electric Telegraphs, 288
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Heating Water for Boilers, 350
  • Fores, H. F., Breech Loading Fire-arms, 275
  • Ford, Alfred, Waterproofing Material, 46
  • Foster, William, Looms, 203
  • Forster, George, Air-Doors for Mines, 264
  • Forster, Thomas, Apparatus for Holding Postage Stamps, &c., 327
  • Fowler, John, Moving Ploughs, &c., 58
  • Fowler, John, Ploughing Land, 50
  • Fowler, John, junior, and David Greig, Ploughing and Tilling Land, 153
  • Fowler, John, jun., Bricks and Tiles, 175
  • Fowler, William, and William McCollin Thrashing Machine, 102
  • Fowler, William, and William McCollin, Portable Steam-Engines, 326
  • Fowke, Francis, Photographic Camera, 338
  • Fox. S., Springs for Railway Carriages, 126
  • Foxwell, Daniel, Sewing Machines, 87
  • Fractaniel, Ixaae Daniel, Safety Bridle, 274
  • Francis, Henry Cutting Garments, 22
  • Francis, Joseph,i Metallic Boats, 87
  • Francis, Alfred, Cement, 175
  • Freer, John, Planting Grain and Seed, 153
  • Freeland, Alexander Banker, Preparation Fof Flour,70
  • Friend, J. alter, Registering Log, &c., 46
  • Prow, Charles, Furnaces, 175
  • Fulton, William, Spinning Fibrous Materials, 338
  • Fuller, William, Icepails, 263
  • Fuller, William Coles, India-rubber Tyres, 251
  • Furnevall, John, Valves, 298
  • Funcke, C. F. P., Tanning Skins, 102
  • Gaget, A. A., Bookbinding, 338
  • Gaget, Andre Adolphe, Bookbinding, 338
  • Getty, Frederick Albert, Lake Colours, 87
  • Gamic, Wright, Letting off Worsted from Bobbins, 288
  • Galloway, G. Bell, Propelling Vessels, 236
  • Gardner, Edward Vincent, Furnaces, 275
  • Gatty, Frederick Albert, Lighting and Holding Matches, 350
  • Garn, Samuel Cart-tipping Apparatus, 22
  • Gardner, E. Vincent, Heating, and Drying,87
  • Galloway, William, and John Galloway, Rasping and Chipping Dye Woods, 315
  • Galloway, William, and John Galloway, Steam-Boilers, :326
  • Galloway, George Bell, Furnaces of Marine Boilers, 327
  • Gardissal, C. D. Screw Stop-Valves, 220
  • Gardissal, C. D., Lighting Fires, 236
  • Gardissal Charles Durand, Extracting Fibrous Substances, 350
  • Gardissal C. D. Preparation of Fabrics, 236
  • Gardissal, C. D., Ships' s% indlasses, 188
  • Gardissal, Charles Durand, Combining Resins with Oils for Candles, 251
  • Gardissal, C. D., Steam-Boilers, 236
  • Gardissal, Charles Durand, Capstans, 188
  • Gauntlett, William Henry, Thermometric Apparatus, 251
  • Garnett J.. Twisting and Reeling Yarn, 264
  • Geering, H., Metallic Bedsteads, &c., 275
  • Gedge, J., Bending and Soldering Tin, 87
  • Gedge, John, Looms, 153
  • Gedge, John, Curry-Combs, 153
  • Gedge, John, Syphons, 153
  • Gedge, John, Letters and Envelopes, 203
  • Gedge, John, Tiles, 315
  • Gedge, John, Producing Colours, 326
  • Gedge, John, Gridiron, 327
  • Gedge, J., Adjusting Ladies' Dresses, 350
  • Gedge, John, Preparation of Leather, 231
  • Gedge, John, Pumps. 126
  • Gedge, John, Wrought-Iron Wheels, 71
  • Gedge, John, Boots and Shoes, 71
  • Gedge, John, Looms, 327
  • Gedge, John, Winding Threads, 327
  • Gedge, John, Dyeing, :327
  • Gedge, John, Billiard Cues, 327
  • Gedge, John, Distillation of Gas from Furnaces, 327
  • Gerbaut. H., Manufacture of Vinegar, 126
  • Gerish, Francis William, Cast Hinges, 46
  • Getley, S., "applying ater to Cisterns,
  • Gibon, Alexander Louis, and Andre Frohlich, Consuming Fuel, 350
  • Gibson, C. Bricks, Tiles, Pipes, &c, 315
  • Gidley, Gustavus, and William Christopher, Reducing India-rubber to a Liquid, 350
  • Giibee, W. A., Hardening Stones, 102
  • Glibee, Wil.ium Armand, Manufacture of Glass, 219
  • Gilchrist, W., Ornamental Weaving, 126
  • Gillet, Oudin Sylvan Mathurin, Making Bread, 58
  • OW, Richard, F ues, 58
  • Gimsun, John, and George Gimson, Steam Pipes for Heating and Drying, 87
  • Gizatd, L. A.. Mattresses. 203
  • Gladstone, S. P., Masts and Yards, 102
  • thassford, J. H., Printing Surfaces, 236
  • Glover, F. It. A., Break%uters, 22
  • Glover, F. It. A., Measuring Angles and Surfaces, 46
  • G.over, Charles, Removing Snow from Railways, 46
  • Glover, %i alter, Damping Fabrics, 203
  • Goode, S. J., Gas Stove, 102
  • Gordon, Aiexander, Evaporating and Distil ing Fluids, 288
  • Gonsage, William, Soap, 102
  • Gossage, William, Sulphuric Acid, 275
  • Gopsage, W., 31anufacture of Soap, 338
  • GoHop, James Anning, Excluding Dust, &c., from Doors, 320
  • Golding, George Gotts, Boilers for Raising Steam, 10
  • Gold, Stephen Johnson, Warming Buildings by Steam, 251
  • Goodman, .% ., Knit or Looped Fabrics, 102
  • Goode, Samuel Jabez, Stoves, 102
  • Gwynne, James Egleson Anderson, Pressure or Vacuum GuageA, 58
  • Gwynne, George, Fatty. Bodies, 236
  • Guido, Adolphe, Cleansing, Washing, Scouring Wool, atc., 220
  • Guerinot, Pierre Elnmanuel, Stopping Railway Trains, 102
  • Guidicelli, Josepn Marie, Transformation of Movement in Steam-Engines, 139
  • Gulliver, George, and John Goldthorpe, Signal-bell, 139
  • Griffiths, James, Brake for Colliery Engines, 139
  • Grant, Frederick Daniel, Rendering Printing-ink Odoriferous, 126
  • Graham, John, Cleaning and Dressing Rice, &c., 153
  • Gretton, John, Brewing, 102
  • Groves, Hiram, Barrels for Organs, 298
  • Grey, Sir Charles Edward, Raising the Nap and Dressing Woollen Cloths, 139
  • Grice, Frederick, Bolts, Rivets, Machinery, &c., 326
  • Green, William, Ornamenting and Waterproofing Fabrics, 175
  • Gray, John, Azimuth Instruments, 34
  • Griot, John, Staves for Casks, :34
  • Gray, Robert, Moulding Bricks, 58
  • Grosrenuud, Pierre Louis, Furnaces for Melting, 173
  • Graham, William Marine Compasses, 188
  • Gruftiaux, C. J., Rotary Steam-engines, 275
  • Groley, Joseph, Plough, 338
  • Greene, Henri, Locomotive-engines and Carriages, 188
  • Greenshields, Thomas, Sleepers for Railways, 288
  • Gregory, William, Roofing Tiles, 288
  • Greaves, Hugh, Permanent way, 315
  • Greene, James Durell, Breech-loading Firearms, 236
  • Graves, John, and William Frederick Henson, Lubricating Axles, 251
  • Gray, J. Steam-boilers, Furnaces, &c., 236
  • Greenless, Edward, Preparation of Textile and Pulpy Materials, 326
  • Greenwood, J., Heating Mf ater, 175
  • Hackworth, J.W., Raising Heavy Bodies, 298
  • Haddon, John Coope, Omnibuses, 153
  • Hartield, Wm. Horatio, Metallic Nuts, 315
  • Hadden, J., H., F. J., and C. S., Circular Frames, 22
  • Hahner, Chevalier Guillaume, Treatment of Ores, 175
  • Haines, F., Prevention of Vibration, 46
  • Haichois, C. Jean le Melorel de la, Paving, 236
  • Hale, William. Propelling Boats, 126
  • Hald, Gco. John Christian Erard, Stoves, 47
  • Hallen, Ed. and Wm., Holland Kingston, Communicating on Railways, 47
  • Hall, John Bishop, Treating Pictures, 203
  • Hall, W., Retarding the Way of Ships, 251
  • Hall, John, Jacquard Loomis, 46
  • Halliwell, Robert. Self-acting Mules, 236
  • Hamilton, John, jun., Posts for Electric Telegraphs, 70
  • Hamilton, John, jun., Permanent Ways of Railways, 70
  • Hamilton, George, Weighing Apparatus, 58
  • Hamond W. B., Submerged Propellers,
  • Hansor, James, Gas, 264
  • Hanson, Conrad, Abben and Wormald, jun., Signal Lamps, 47
  • Hannah, It., Pottery Kilns, 188
  • Nolet, Pierre Denis, Pen-holders, 188
  • Hardacre, Jas., Carriages and Wheels, 275
  • Harding, Gustavus Palmer, Cloth Bonnets, 326
  • Harlow, Robert, Water-closets, 350
  • Hargreaves, James, Dyeing Fabrics, 203
  • Hurtield, W. IL, Screw Nuts, 126
  • Hart, Charles, Portable Steam-engines, 158
  • Hartclitfe, W., Weighting Rollers for 'Spinning Machinery, 58
  • Harrop, Lewis, Samuel Barlow, and Alexander Boyd, Self-acting Mules, 46
  • Harrison, James, Pi oducing Cold, 219
  • Harrison, Jas., Distilling, &c., in vacuo, 219
  • Harrison, George, Axles fur Railway Carriages, 126
  • Harri.on, Joseph, and John Oddic, Machines for Wintiing Yarn, 102
  • Harrison, C. W., Transmitting Communications, 71
  • Harvey, George, Portfolios. 46
  • Harker, William, Giving Motion to Shuttle-boxes, :326
  • Hatton, Edward, Metallic Tubes, 350
  • Hawkins, J. B., Couches or Sofas,]88
  • Haworth, P., and A. Forest, Belts, Braces, &c., 46
  • Hawthorn, R., and Wm. Hawthorn, Steam Pump, 139
  • Hayes, W. B., Looms for Weaving, 188
  • Hazard, Robert, Heat Extractor, 275
  • Heal, J. H., Hair and Wool Mattresses, 338
  • Heaton, Thomas, Doors and Gates, 203
  • Heaton, Ralph, Harry Heaton, and George Heaton, Balance Weights for Lamps, 298
  • Heaven, Alfred. and William Booth, Embroidering Fabrics, 87
  • Heegaud Anker, Flues, 47
  • Heilinann, Ceesar, Furnaces, 22
  • Heiffor, Thomas, Razor Blades, 275
  • Herbert, Thomas, and E. Whitaker, Warp Fabrics, 237
  • Hely, A. A. de Reginald, Burning Gas, 126
  • Hemsley, Wm., Elastic leile Fabrics, 46
  • Henderson, H., Stop-Cocks or Valves, 236
  • Henderson, Henry, Water-Closets, 263
  • Henderson, William, Brooms, 315
  • Herber, Jane Ann, Extracting Gum, 59
  • Henn, S., and T. Haddon, Heads of Nails, 173
  • Herbelot, Armand Louis Andre, Obtaining Continual Motive Power. 236
  • Heron, George, Raising Heavy Bodies, 326
  • Herlund, A. M., Regulator Pen-Holder, 338
  • Hill, T. Steam Boilers and Furnaces, 275
  • Heywood, John Sharp Cromuotie, and George Lloyd, Condensing Vapours, 139
  • Heywood, Bennett Johns, Holder for Leads, Slate, &c., 175
  • Heywood, Bennett Johns, Holder for Leads, itc., 338
  • Heywood, Bennett Johns, Holders for Leads and Slate, 327
  • Heywood, Edwin, Generating Steam, 263
  • Heywood, Edwin, and T. O. Dixon, Knobs or Handles, 338
  • Hewitson, W. W., and William Hamond Bartholomew, Furnaces, 350
  • Hewitson, W. VV., Casting Bearings, 130
  • Heyns, Patrick, Railway Wheels, 215
  • Hicks, James, Stoves, 236
  • Hick, John, Equalising the Temperature of Water in Boilers, 288
  • Hills, Frank Ciurke. Economising Fuel, 58
  • Hills, G., Treating Fdtty Substances, 203
  • Hills, Frank Clarke, Purification of Gas, 327
  • Hill, Alien Levinston, Furnaces, 219
  • Hides M. W., Treatment of Rupture, 288
  • Hilliard, H., Articles of Cutlery, 236
  • Hine, Henry George, Perambulators, 236
  • Hincheliffe, Thomas, Drawing and Spinning Wool, 126
  • Hindle, Henry, Valves, 58
  • Hinks, J., and Geo. Wills, Metallic Pens, 203
  • Hitt, Thomas, Converting Reciprocating into Rotary Motion, 71
  • Homan, Julius, Sewing Machines, 175
  • Hodges, John Edward, Looped Fabrics, 175
  • Hodges, John Edward, Looped Fabrics, 175
  • Hodges, John Edward, Looped Fabrics, 326
  • Hodge, P. R., Lighting Fires, 175
  • Horsfall, Thomas, and William Turnbull, Preparing Hemp, 71
  • Hogg, James, junior, Envelopes, &c., 126
  • Howard, James, Moulds for Castings, 126
  • Howard, James, and George Williams Baker, Tilling Land, 326
  • Hollingworth, T., Cleaning Rags, 275
  • Horner, Henry, and Richard Bagley, Buffers and springs, 188
  • Homfray, George, Furnaces, 251
  • Holdin, James, and William John Doming, Bleaching, Cleansing, &c., Textile Fabrics, 326
  • Holdin, James, Bleaching and Washing Textile Fabrics, 350
  • Holmes, Frederick Hale, Magneto-electro Machines, 175
  • Hodgkinson, Henry, Bleaching Cotton, Linen, &c., 153
  • Holford, Henry, and Mark Mason, Rivets, Bolts, occ., 102
  • Horton, William, Fire-arms, 34
  • Hopkinson, Joseph, jun., Steam-boiler Apparatus, 236
  • Holdway, Frederick, Carriages, 34
  • Holmes, Thomas, Driving Straps, 46
  • Hooper, George Norgute, and William Hooper, Springs for Carriages, &c., 102
  • Holden Jonathan, Cutting Wood, 87
  • Boole, Henry Elliott, Stove Grates, 87
  • Holeroft, George, and James Peacock, Fencing Shafts, 87
  • Horsley, John, Quinine, &c., 58
  • Hostage, Joseph, Thomas Hives Bruyne Hostage, and John Tatlock, Railway Chairs, 50
  • Holben, Richard, Chapping Barley, 46
  • Homersham, William Collett, Preparation of Hemp, &c., 70
  • Howell, J. B., Cast-steel Tyres, 350
  • Hogg, James, and John Napier, Stereotyping, 251
  • Hodges, %V. R. Loop-pile Fabrics, 326
  • Holum, James, % aching Rags, 350
  • Holden, Isaac, Combing vs ool, 288
  • Holt, C. H., Steam-boilers, 338
  • Holcroft, George, Joseph Smith, and Thomas Holcroft, Preparing Cotton, &c., 115
  • Hubert, Alexander, Ventilating Ships, 326
  • Huckvale, Thomas, Thinning and Hoeing Turnips, 288
  • Hudson, Charles Henry, Lid for Boxes, 12(i
  • Hudson, Thomas, Furnaces, 46
  • Hughes, Bernard, Motive Power, 46
  • Hughes, Bernard, Sewing Machines, 34
  • Huiliurd, Jean Louis Ambroise, Dressing Textile Fabrics, 87
  • Hulse, William, Metallic Bedsteads, 327
  • Hulme, Charles, Samuel Ivers, and John Yardley, Power Looms, 263
  • Hurnaston, John Pierrpont, Telegraph Messages, 22
  • Humphreys, Henry Thomas, and James Loughry, Cleaning Wheat, 22
  • Hunter, Samuel, Anchors, 288
  • Hunt, Edmund, Hansom Cabs, 263
  • Hurst, Thomas, Connecting the Rails of Railways, 102
  • Husband, Richard, Hats, 203
  • Hutchinson, John II., Changing Motion, 10
  • Hutchinson, Edward Brown, Cutting Eliptical Figures, 10
  • Hutton, W. Carr, Stamps or Hammers, 338
  • Hyam, Jacob hlyams, Gas Meters, 153
  • HycHrt, Frans Victor Oscar, Heating, 102
  • Hyde, Hiram, Lubricating Oil, 10
  • Hyde, Hiram, Purifying Spirits, 22
  • Hynam, John, Instantaneous Lights, 326
  • Iles, Charles, Pointing hair Pins, 175
  • Illingworth, Wm., Colouring and Printing China, &c., 203
  • Illingworth, W illiam, Printing China, 327
  • Inshaw, John, Pressure Gauge, 102
  • Ingal George Henry, and George Oscar Shaw Browne, Rahway Signalling, 87
  • Inglis, Alexander, Flexible Bottles, 139
  • Jablonowski, Felix Pruss, Chromo-lithographic Painting, 126
  • Jackson, C. S., Preserving and Disinfecting Timber, 153
  • Jackson, Luke Duncan, Combining Air and Water as a Power, 188
  • Jackson, George,Steam Boiler, 251
  • Jackson, Jas., Releasing Cords of Blinds, 70
  • Jardin, Leon Louis, and Joseph Blamond, Engraving on Stone, &c., 298
  • Jarvis,C., and T. Clare, Deyton, Kilns, 47
  • Jeacock, Thomas,Knitting Machinery, 275
  • Jean, Victor Aolph Martin, and M. E. Martin, Grease Box, 47
  • Jeffrce, John Lobb, Furnaces, 46
  • Jeffreys, J., Instruments for Aiding Respiration, 263
  • Jeffries, Thomas,Cooking-stoves, 263
  • Jennings, F. M.Bleaching Vegetable Fibres, 102
  • Jennings, J. G., Suction Valves,&c., 34
  • Jennings, Josiah George, Overflow Pipes, 34
  • Jennings, W. H., Guns, 203
  • Jennings, Josiah George, Pumps, 263
  • Jenkins, W., Rollers for Calico Printing, 236
  • Jeune, Frederick Charles, Floor Cloth, 327
  • Jukes, John, Furnaces of Locomotives, 350
  • Julienne, A. M., Breaks for Railways, 87
  • Jundzill, Adam Dunin, Animating Stereoscopic Figures, 338
  • Jobson, John, Railway Chairs, 10
  • Jobson, R., Moulds for Casting Metals, 338
  • Johnson, John Henry, Preparation for India-rubber and Gutta Percha, 10
  • Johnson, J. Hen., Windlasses, Capstans, 10
  • Johnson, John Henry, Safety Paper, 34
  • Johnson, John Henry, Furnaces, 34
  • Johnson, J. IL, Discovery of the Escape of Gas, 34
  • Johnson, John Henry, Tillers, 46
  • Johnson, J. H., Facilitating Performance on Organs, &c., 46
  • Johnson, John Henry, Application of Air to Motive Power, 46
  • Johnson, J. H., Looms for Weaving, 153
  • Johnston, W. O. and John Dixon, Cutting and Working Coal, 1.53
  • Johnson, J.H., Breech Loading Fire-arms, 46
  • Johnson, John Henry, Cards for Jacquard Mechanism, 59
  • Johnson, John Henry, Railway Brakes,59
  • Johnson, J. U., Weaving by Electric Power, 203
  • Johnson, J. H., Printing Telegraphs, 203
  • Johnson, John Henry, Air Beds, 87
  • Johnson, John Henry, Compressed Air Locomotive, 102
  • Johnson, John Henry, Gas Burners, 102
  • Johnson, J. H., Treatment of Fatty Substances, 102
  • Johnson, John Henry, Lubricating Bearings, 130
  • Johnson, John Henry, Treatment of Hard India-rubber, 139
  • Johnson, John Henry, Steam Engines, 153
  • Johnson, John Henry, Fountain Pens, 153
  • Johnson, John Henry, Raising Nap or Pile, 219
  • Johnson, John Henry, Tyres, 263
  • Johnson, John H., Cleansing and Hulling Grain, 263
  • Johnson, John Henry, Anchors, 275
  • Johnson, John Henry, Carding Engines, 298
  • Johnson, John Henry, Drying Leather and Skins, 298
  • Johnson, John Henry, Cutting Irregular forms, 298
  • Johnson, John Henry, Oil Cans for Lubricating Machinery, 338
  • Johnson, William, Fatty Substances, 102
  • Johnston, William Oliver, Water Indicator,46
  • Johnson, Edward Daniel, Mounting Marino Chronometers, 298
  • Johnson, W. Beckett, Boilers and Engines, 58
  • Jones, R. Baker. Cooking Apparatus, 153
  • Jones, Moses, William Broad Rowe, and William Perrins, Ranges, 126
  • Jones, David, Motive Power, 153
  • Jones, John, and A. C. Shirreff, Rotary Motive Power, 203
  • Jones, Wright, Regulating Pressure of Steam, &c., 275
  • Jones, James, Railway Chairs, 251
  • Jongh, Charles de, Separating Combed ”Fibres, 326
  • Jonquet. Denis, Cutting Blades, 22
  • Jopling, Thomas Taylorson , Water Meter, 175
  • Joubert, Charles Catherine, and Leon Andre Bordier, Motive Power Engines, 102
  • Joule, James Prescott, Steam Engines, 139
  • Jowett, Henry Alfred, Rails for Railways, 126
  • Jowett, Henry Alfred, Railway Brakes and Carriage., 126
  • Joyeux, Louis Auguste, Motive Power, 153
  • Jukes, John, Furnace Bars, 203
  • Kammerer, Raymond, and Charles Brewer, Electric Clocks. 58
  • Kaselowsky, Ferdinand, Winding Yarns, 153
  • Kay, Richard Dugdale, Fabrics, 175
  • Kaberry, Leonard, and Aaron Horsetleld, Moulding, 263
  • Kennedy, Myles, and Thomas Eastwood, Pump Buckets, 34
  • Key, T., Knife Cleaning Machine, 58
  • Kersey, Frederick, Drain Pipes, 139
  • Keller, Gustave Louis, Travelling Bag, 126
  • Ker, Matthew, Sweeping Floors. 102
  • Kershaw, J., Preventing Explosion, 87
  • Kersey, Frederick, Drain Pipes, 102
  • Kenworthy, William, Self-Acting Mules, 153
  • King, H. S., Printing and Embossing, 102
  • Kitson. F. William, Railway Wheels, 236
  • Kihniburgh, John, Moulding or Shaping Metals, 102
  • Kisch, B., Arrangement of Cards or Papers, 251
  • Knight, Richard, 1Erating Liquids,326
  • Knight, Richard, Medical Chests, 39
  • Knight, W., Cutting Materials for Dress, 22
  • Knowles, James, Metallic Pistons, 153
  • Knowles, R., Winding Fibrous Materials, 10
  • Krupp, Alfred, Guns and Carriages, 34
  • Krupp, Alfred, Railway Wheels, 46
  • Kreet't, Siegerich C., Iron and Steel, 315
  • Kyle, D. Dunne, Communicating Motion, 46
  • Lacey, Augustus Dacre, Agricultural Machinery, 58
  • Lackersteen, Jas. Frederick, Prevention of Collisions on Railways, 46
  • Ladmore, Edw., securing Ramrods, 34
  • Lakin, Robert, John Thompson, Edward Gerrard eitton, and Frederick Alexander Fitton, Spinning Cotton, 350
  • Lacy, A. D., Delivery of Mail Bags from Railway Carriages, 203
  • Laming Richard, Purifying Gas, 139
  • Lana, Duncan, Obtaining Motive Power, 350
  • Lange, w Wiwi', Biscuit Ovens, 46
  • Lancas .er, William Henry, and James Smith, Generation of Heat, 102
  • Latta, Antoine, Preparing Gutta Percha, 34
  • Laporte, Etienne, Paris, New Materials for Bougies, Candies, Ste., 236
  • Law, Henry, Slips for the Repair of Ships, 70
  • Last, Samuel, Trunks, 175
  • Laurencet Frederick Richard, Shirt Collars and Wristbands, 326
  • Lawes, Thomas, Tilling Land, 238
  • Lawrie, James Gray, Steam-Engines, 298
  • Hi.nry, Adjustin circular Saws-, 251
  • Lambert,Thomas, Regulating Water, &c., 175
  • Lawson, Edward, and George Jennings, Reeling Machines, 87
  • Lawraiiee, T., Gun Barrels, 326
  • Lamb, Andrew, and J . Ronald, Strips, &c, 115
  • Lax ton, Henry, Apparatus for increasing the Buoyancy of Ships, 251
  • Lea, James, Sun Winds, 327
  • Leach, Edmund, James Leach, and Edmund Leach, Preparing, Spinning, and Drying Yarns, 153
  • Lean, Geo., and Robt. Thomson, Weaving, 58
  • Lebaillif, Jean Jacques, Beating, Cleaning, and Dressing Cotton, &c., 338
  • Leck, Jas., and A. Miller, Textile Fabrics, 315
  • Lees, Silvester, and Edward Lees, and Geo. Hy. Newton," Spinning and Doubling, 58
  • Legrand, Gabriel Marie, Graining and chequering Skins, 139
  • Leitch, James Filtering Sugars, &c., 10
  • Leitch, Jas., Melting and Filtering Sugars, 34
  • Leigh, J., ,izing, Stiffening, Cotton, Itc., 251
  • Leighton, Jno., Fire-place, 203
  • Leverson, Montague R. Tackle-blocks, 338
  • Lewis, John William, Picker for Looms, 34
  • Lobstein, Jean, Sewing Machine, 10
  • Locke, George Baring, Signalling Trains in Motion, 47
  • Lodge, George, John Ogden, and George Lodge, Consumption of Smoke, 175
  • Logan, James, Pumps, 175
  • Lowe, David, Knitting Machinery, 219
  • Looker, B., Mark for Burial Grounds, 23n
  • Longbottom, Abram, Lighting and Ventilating Mines, 264
  • Longridge, James Atkinson, Construction of Ordnance, 236
  • Longbottom, Abram, and William Longmaid, Generating and Heating Steam, 102
  • Loveridge, Henry, Baths, 139
  • Lister, George, Cooling Apparatus used in Brewing, 87
  • Liley, Joseph, Sliding Tube for Candles, &c., 219
  • Lillie, Sir John Scott, Guns, Fire-arms, 102
  • Lister, Samuel Cunliffe, Spinning, 251
  • Lister, Samuel Cunliffe, Weaving, 251
  • Little, John, Cooking Apparatus, 46
  • Little, William, Paraffine Lamps, 263
  • Lindsay, Robert Baird, Removing Scale from Flues, 251
  • Liptrap, Samuel Davey, and James Wright, Drawing off Water, 327
  • Lister, Samuel Cunliffe, and William Tongue, CAnbing Work, &c., 59
  • Lumley, John, New Fabric, 275
  • Lurig, Georges Saltpetre, 275
  • Lyall, James Bagster, Carriages, 87
  • Lynn, William, Applying Screws for Propelling Vessels, 139
  • Lloyd, Edward, Valves, 87
  • Lloyd, David, Washing Minerals, 264
  • Marsden, Charles, Ventilating Tunnels, Mines, &c., 46
  • May, Charles, and Edward Alfred Cowper, Combing Wool, &c., 58
  • Marland, Jonas and Samuel, Power Looms, 34
  • Martin, Edward, Cricket-bats, 126
  • Martin, Victor Jeanie Adolphe, and Michel Edmund Martin, Grease-box for Axle Journals, &c., 47
  • Mather, Cohn, and Charles Millward, Guages, 58
  • Margueritte, L. J. F. M., Precipitating Salts, 10
  • Malteste, Anne Emilie, Shirts, 59
  • Markett, John, Envelopes, 175
  • Marshall, W.,Rolling Iron for Gun Barrels and Tubes, 87
  • Marzolo, J., Printing Musical Notes, 87
  • Marzolo, Joseph, Mechanism Reproductive of Movements, 175
  • Mash, James, Working Valves, 102
  • Mash, James, Fusible Plu.gsand Furnaces,263
  • Margesson,P. D., Manufacture of Iron, 153
  • Maggs, ver, Straw-Shaking Apparatus, 175
  • Manceaux, Francois Jules, Fire-arms, 71
  • Maynard, Robert, Cutting Agricultural Produce, 154
  • Maissiat, J. H. M., Projectiles, 139
  • Marychurch, William, and John Griffiths, Horse-rakes, 315
  • Macdonald, John, Reflection and Emission of Light, &c., for Lamps, 338
  • Mayer, Louis Frederic, Photography, 298
  • Marsh, John, Fire-grates, 263
  • Marsden, Edward, Pulverising and Cleaning Land, 33R
  • Mauban, V. J. B., Cans for Holding Oils, 33s
  • Maughan, William, Rendering %% ood Fireproof, 326
  • Martin, George, and Alfred Lodwick Newman, Purifying Animal Fibres, 298
  • Maughan, William, Starch, 275
  • Maughan, William, Rendering Cotton Un-inflammable, 326
  • Maxwell, R chard, Taps for Liquids, 326
  • Mackelcan, George, Rollers for Calico Printing, 338
  • Martin, Joseph, Drying Wheat, &c., 350
  • Martien, J. G., Manufacture of Iron, 298
  • Mapple, Henry, Barometers, 288
  • Marie, C. L., Preserving Food, 350
  • Manevy, Louis Jean Beptiste, Cast-Steel, 288
  • Maddison, illiam, Telegraph Signals, 251
  • Marcus, Philip, Furnaces, 188
  • Makin, Thomas Williams, and John Barnsley, Embossing Moir6 Antique Water on Fabrics, 251
  • Martin, Edward, Leg-Guard, 251
  • Macpherson, Allan, Obtaining Motive Power, 115
  • McEnvoy, Henry, Locks, Latches, &c., 59
  • McCallum, David, Electric Telegraphs, 34
  • McDougall, A., Treating Bones for Manure, 1
  • McFarlane, Walter, Fittings in Metal, 139
  • McGregor, Peter, and Thomas Marquis, Throstles, 236
  • McBride, W. C., Scutching Flax. &c., 326
  • McLean, J., Preparing Textile Fabrics, 220
  • McConnell, James Edward, Locomotives, 338
  • McCloy, Richard, and John Hare, Spinning Fibrous Materials, 315
  • Mesure, Lianna, Watches, 275
  • Meacock, James, Gas Meters, 126
  • Messenger, Thomas Goode, Boilers, 139
  • Merrett, W. G., Trowsers and Drawers, 126
  • Medlock, Henry, Manufacture of Glass, Enamels, &c., 326
  • Meyer, J. J. M., Manufacturing Bank Notes, 71
  • Meyer, J. C., Rolling Metal, 203
  • Mellor, J., Grates Applicable to Sewers, 326
  • Mellodew, T., and J. Duxbury, Shuttles, 275
  • Meyer, Johan Jacob, Mortising, Tenoning, Moulding, Grooving, &c., 315
  • Mellor, Samuel, and Thomas Young, Supplying water to Boilers, 275
  • Meyer, John Conrad, Vices, 219
  • Merritt, T. E., Ordnance and Fire-arms, 22
  • Middleton, Samuel, Rollers for Spinning Machinery, 47
  • Mitchell, John, Apparatus for Washing Ores, 188
  • Micklethwaite, John, Propelling and Steering Vessels, 58
  • Mills, John, Slide Valves, 236
  • Miller, B. F., Ventilators, 115
  • Midgley, Robert, and George Collier, Preparing Fabrics, 46
  • Mitchell, Henry Fort, William Mitchell, and John Clarkson, Sewing Machines, 126
  • Miller, Robert Frederick, Omnibus, 175
  • Mills, Thomas, Looped Fabrics, 102
  • Mills, James, Spindles, 175
  • Moll, Isaac, Treatment of Sulphate Aluminc, 139
  • Moseley, Joseph, Transport of Goods, 71
  • Morgan, Richard, Safety Purse, 203
  • Morgan, Charles; and Charles R. Vicker-man, Fuel, 154
  • Morrison, Duncan, Articles from Malleable Cast Iron, 350
  • Moate, Charles Robert, Sustaining the Rails of Railways, 102
  • Morrison, R., Pile Driving Machinery, 175
  • Motay, Cyprien Marie Tessie du, and Jean Jacques Fontaine, Treating Cast Iron, 175
  • Moutrie, William Frederic Collard, Damper Action of Piano-Fortes, 139
  • Morewood, Edmund, and George Rogers, Drying and Coating Iron and Copper, 139
  • Moore, William Henry, Candles, 251
  • Moore, Thomas, Winnowing Corn, 275
  • Mowbray, Frederic William, Machinery for Spinning and Doubling, 153
  • Moret, Claude, Rotary Steam Engines, 275
  • Morris, Ephraim, Raising and Lowering Weights, 251
  • Morrell, George Frederick, Railway Chairs, 251
  • Morrison, Duncan, Metallic Bedsteads, 350
  • Morton, Arnold, Hangings, 251
  • Moore, Samuel Weston, Lace Goods, 315
  • Morris, Thomas. Beetle Trap, 350
  • Morton, Arnold, Paints and Pigments, 251
  • Murdoch, James, Embroidery, 22
  • Murdoch, James, Extraction of Oil, 46
  • Muratori, Christophe, Waterproofing Stuffs, 126
  • Muir, William, Slide Lathes, 139
  • Murrell, Owen, Swing Looking Glasses, 78
  • Murgatroyd, Joshua, steam Boilers, 175
  • Muschamp, William, Manufacture of Paper, 220
  • Murray, George, Manufacture of Wheels for Locomotives, &c., 188
  • Murdoch, James, Cut Velvets, 188
  • Murphy, John, Stopping Vehicles, 203
  • Myers, Edward, Buffers, 71
  • Myers, Isaac, and George Myers, Fire Lighter, 350
  • Napier, Geo., and John Millar, Manufacture of Ga.*, 288
  • Napier, G., Raising and Lowering Boat, 102
  • Napier, George, and John Miller, Driving crew Propellers, 102
  • Napier, George, t lues, 87
  • Napier, George, Railway Breaks, 2:6
  • Nasmyth, James, and Herbert Minton, 'files, Bricks, &c., 264
  • Nasmyth, J: and Jas. Brown, Tin Plates, 338
  • Naar, William, Folding Vurniturc, 275
  • Naylor, William, Hammers and Riveting Machines, 288
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Cannon, 102
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Forging Wrought Nails, Spikes, &c., 326
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Separating Substances, 203
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Securing Sheets of Paper, 241
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Locks, 70
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Hats, 22
  • Newton, A. Vincent, Rotary Engines, 350
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Rotary Pumps, 326
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent. Furnaces, 350
  • Newton, A. V., Land and Water Propulsion,46
  • Newton, A. V., Wrought Iron Cannon, 46
  • Newton, Alfred V., curing Meats, &c., 59
  • Newton, Alfred V., Washin: Machines, 46
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Iron Rods, Shafts, Tubes, &c., 59
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Bolts, 34
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Changing Motion, 153
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Grate-bars, 263
  • Newton, A. V., Railroad Carriage springs,139
  • Newton, A. V., Ekcertaining Gradients, 236
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Air Engine, 219
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Folding Paper, 236
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, hire-Arms and Powder Flasks, 263
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Rotary Engines and Pump, 236
  • Newton, Alfred, V., Obtaining Purified Oil from Coal, &c., 264
  • Newton, Alfred, V., Felting Hat Bodies, 251
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Rotary Pump, 298
  • Newton, Alfred V., Reaping ‘l aohincs, 338
  • Newton, A. V., Bands for -*curing Bales, 298
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Double t 'hlorides of Aluminium and sodium, &c , 326
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Projectiles, 350
  • Newton, W. E., Couplings for Railway Carriages, &c., 203
  • Newton, William Edw., Glass Furnace, 251
  • Newton, W. E., Removing Snow from Railroads, 298
  • Newton, W. E., Printing upon Woven Fabrics, &c., 315
  • Newton, W. E., Exploring under Water, 219
  • Newton, W. E., Spinning Fibrous Substances, 326
  • Newton, W. E., Printing Machinery, 327
  • Newton, W. E., Splitting Blocks of 1% ood, 298
  • Newton, W. E., Painted or Enamelled Clotb, 27.5
  • Newton, W. E., Envelopes, 315
  • Newton, W. E., Pumpinz Water, 298
  • Newton, W . E., Manufacturing Steel, 251
  • Newton, William Henry, Fire Lighter, 10
  • Newton, W. E., Breech Loading Fire-arms
  • Newton, W. E. Cranes, 203
  • Newton, W. E., Manufacture of Zinc, 139
  • Newton, W. E., Phosphoric Acid, 288
  • Newton, W. E., Raising Sunken Vessels,
  • Newton, W. E., Quadrants, 327
  • Newton, W. E., Generating Gases from Coal, 315
  • Newton, W. E., Cutting and Forging Nuts, &c., 298
  • Newton, W. E., Machinery for Making Boots and Shoes,126
  • Newton, W. E., Separating Gold, &c., from the Ores, 188
  • Newton, W. E., Polishing Glass, &c., 288
  • Newton, W. E., Lowering Boats, 288
  • Newton, W. E., Macerating Substances for Distillation, 219
  • Newton, W. E., Oil from Seeds, 326 Newton, W. E., Fire-arms, 126
  • Newton, W. E., Tanning, 58
  • Needham, Wm., and Jas. Kite, Expressing Liquids, 22
  • Neuburger, A., Extraction of Oil, 175
  • Neilson, Macleroy, Treatment of Yarns, 326
  • Newall, R. S., Telegraphic Insulators, 263
  • Neilson, Walter, Locomotive Engines, 275
  • Newington, Samuel, Destroying the Fly or Aphis, &c., 327
  • Neale, Edw. Vansittart, Labels, 153
  • Newman, Jas., and 'Wm. Whittle, Hooks and Eyes, 58
  • Newman, Jas., and Wm. Whittle, Iron shafting., 71
  • Nickels, C., and J. Hobson, Pile Fabrics, 46
  • Nickels, C., and J. Hobson, Weaving Carpets, 275
  • Nicholls, William, Boots and Shoes, 219
  • Nicoulland, Pierre T. Aug., Furnaces, 70
  • Nimmo, Wm., Manufacture of Textile Fabrics, 220
  • Nivtn, J., Paper and Textile Materials, 298
  • Nolet, P. D., Pen Holders, 188
  • Normanby, Louis. Constructing and Fixing the Rails of Railways, 139
  • Normand, Chas. Benj., Steam-engines, 188
  • Normand, Chas. B., Steam Boilers, 236
  • Normandy, Alphonse Rene le Mire de, Obtaining Fresh from Salt water, 327
  • Norminton, E. N., Railway Grease, Re., 263
  • Norris, Stephen, Booth and Shoes, 87
  • Norris, J., jun., Cutting Tools for Nailmaking Machines, 350
  • Norris, W., and R. King. Anchors, 315
  • North, Robert Samuel, and Ralphe Peacock, Piston Packings, 58
  • Norton, W., Weaving Pile Fabrics, 34
  • North, G., Coverings for Carriages, &c., 46
  • Offhaus, C. E., Rotary Steam Engine, 34
  • Oldfield, Edward, Self-acting Mules, 153
  • Olive, John and William, wheels, Re., 10
  • Oldham, William, Cement, 188
  • Olivier, C. H., Preparing Silk-Waste, 298
  • Olley, W. II., Photographic Impressions, 263
  • Onions, John, Manufacture of Iron, 71
  • Oppenheimer, A., Stretching Velvets, 175
  • Osborne, F., Pressing Garments, 10
  • Oudry, C. F. L., Preservation of Metals, 70
  • Owen, L. D., Artificial Stone, 338
  • Owen, w ., Railway Wheels and Tyres, 70
  • Owen, Attaching Buttons, 275
  • Owen, W., Pianofortes, 87
  • Owen, William, Stoves, 59
  • Paget, Arthur, Looped Fabrics, 34
  • Palmer, C. R. N., Signal Apparatus, 188
  • Palmer, T., Box and Valve for Pumps, 188
  • Parry, G., Puddling and Refining Iron, 175
  • Parkes, Alex., Use of Collodion in Photography, 350
  • Parkes, it., Waterproofing Fabrics, 298
  • Parker, Charles, Winding Yarns, 236
  • Parker, Fred., Apparatus for Exercising the Body, 153
  • Parnell, M. L., Construction of Locks, 102
  • Parsons, Wm., Spindles for Locks and Latches, 139
  • Parsons, C. F., Bleaching, &c., 203
  • Parkhurst, S. R., Rigging for Vessels, 139
  • Parkhurst, S. R., Paddle-wheels, 338
  • Pariset, C. L., Paste for Paper, Pasteboard, 153
  • Paterson, A. J., Hawsers used in Towing, 288
  • Paterson, John, Paper, 236
  • Peyton, Edw., and Duncan Morrison, Metallic Bedsteads, &c.. 58
  • Pauling, Richard Clarke, Expelling Water from Vessels, 126
  • Pearce, John Chas., Generating Steam, 326
  • Peak, Joseph, Pointing and Turning Bolt Heads, 87
  • Pearcy, Richard, Twisting Cotton, 288
  • Pedros, F. Nuiboy, Motive Power, 263
  • Pegg, Joseph, Steering Apparatus, 188
  • Pemberton, Robert, Barrel Organs, 350
  • Penrice, H. N., • Driving Galleries through Rock, 236
  • Perreaux; Louis Guillaume, Valve, 298
  • Penrinaud, Jean, Dressing Silks, 298
  • Perkins, A. M., Generating Steam, 34
  • Perkins, A. M., Warming Buildings, 34
  • Perpigna, Antoine, Coke, 251
  • Peering, J. Shac, Chairs for Railways, 275
  • Perron, Claude, and Victor Boulland, Knitting Machine, 288
  • Perron, John, Ornamenting Surfaces of Wood, Ivory, &c., 326
  • Petitpierro. H., Sawing or Cutting Stone, 188
  • Pettitt, E., Preparing Cotton, 203
  • Pettit, Simon, Buoying Vessels, 34
  • Petit, George Brooks, and Henry Fly Smith, Gas Heating Apparatus, 87
  • Penor, F. R., Looms for weaving, 175
  • Philp, Richard, Paddle-wheels, 175
  • Philcox, O., Fingering the Pianoforte, &c., 70
  • Philiippi, William, Coating Iron, 10
  • Pickering, Edward, Permanent Way of Railways, 87
  • Picciotto, M. H., Preparing Flax, Hemp, &c:, 326
  • Pietroni, C., Printing on Cloth, 153
  • Piling, w illiam, Treatment of Yarns, 288
  • Pimont, P., Restoring Metallic Spoiled Pens, 188
  • Pitt, W., and Davis, E. T., Castors, &c., 203
  • Pittman, J. T., Saccharification of Starch, 59
  • Planque, Charles D 'mas Auguste Joseph, Manufacture of Fecula, 139
  • Platt, J., Spinning Doubling Machinery, 154
  • Platt, John, and John Whitaker, Doubling or Twining Yarns, 275
  • Plunkett, W. G., and John Bower, Fibres, 22
  • Puchin, H. D., Aluminous and Siliceous Compounds, 175
  • Pockson, J., Roofing and other Tiles, 87
  • Poitevin, A. L., Photographic Printing, 46
  • Poitiers, Edward, Brushes, 154
  • Pollack, Adolf Fusee, 59
  • Pole, W illiam, and Fred. Wm. Ritson, Railway %% heels, 59
  • Pontifex, Edmund Alfred, Furnaces, 22
  • Pontifex, Edmund Alfred, Manufacture of Tartaric and Citric Acids, &c., 188
  • Pontifex, E. A., and William Needham, Primings U-ed for Preparing Canvas, ood. &c , 236
  • Porter, T., Looms for Weaving, 188
  • Pontonerie, Edouard Besnier de la, Consuming Smoke, 298
  • Potts, %% ., Sepulchral Monuments, 350
  • Potts, F., and T. Vann, Polishing Metallic Tubes, 298
  • Powell, R., Making up Cotton, Linen, &c., 220
  • Pope, Abraham, Manufacture of Iron, Copper, &c., 102
  • Pollak, A., Treating Waste Oily Matters, 70
  • Prades, Peter de, Wheelbarrows, 188
  • Prangley, W., Fingering Musical Instruments, 59
  • Pratt, H., Flour and Bread Machinery, 203
  • Preaud, J. M., India-rubber Springs, 34
  • Prestage, F., Locomotive Engines, 102
  • Preston, F., Shaping and Rolling Metal, 102
  • Preston, F., Military Small-arms, 87
  • Priestley, Fred., Pianofortes, 275
  • Price, D. L., Electric Telegraphs, 22
  • Prince, Alex., Steel Pens, 236
  • Puls, Francis, Galvanic Batteries, 219
  • Rawlings, John, Envelope Cases, 126
  • Randolph, Charles, and John Elder, Marine Engines, 188
  • Raywood, Robert, Railways, 298
  • Rankin, Patrick Scott, Transmitting Motive Power, 21!)
  • Rummell, Thomas Webster, Pen and Pencil Holders, 288
  • Ramie, Charles William, Permanent Ways of Railways. 236
  • Ransome, James Allen, and George Arthur Riddell, Railway Bars and Planch Bearers, 251
  • Ramsbotham, Henry Robert, and William Brown, Combing wool, &c., 126
  • Redfern, Herbert, Skates, 58
  • Render, Henry, Lubricating Material, 102 Rechten, Philip, Harpoons, 70
  • Reading, John, Fastenings for Attaching Watch-keys, 153
  • Reckitt, Isaac, George Reckitt, and Francis Reckitt, Starch, British Gum, &c., 139
  • Restell, Thomas, Appendages for Doors, 288
  • Rees, G., Ornamental Surfaces on Glass, 188
  • Restell, T., Breech-Loading Fire-arms, 236
  • Rice, Charles, Cloth for Boots and Shoes, 10
  • Richardson, George, Chain Cables, 10
  • Richardson, Thomas, and George William Jaffreys, Marine Steam Engines, 203
  • Rice, Charles, Boots and Shoes, 10
  • Richoux, L. A. R., Clock Vk orks, 87
  • Ridal, John, Spring Knife-handles, 298
  • Rice, James, and William Rice, Breech-Loading Guns and Rifles, 188
  • Riddle, Alexander Ebenezer, and I. H. Boyd, Tanning by Machinery and Chemicals, 298
  • Richardson, Robert, Railway Switches, 263
  • Rippon, John James, Rollers for Printing Fabrics, 236
  • Rigby, Joseph, Grinding Card Cylinders, 275
  • Richard, Louis J.. Sugar Manufacture, 188
  • Riddell, Joseph Hadley, Stoves, 315
  • Rocliffe, Edward, Building Slabs, 34
  • Rochette, Andre Prosper, Treating Soap-Suds, 153
  • Robinson, Elisha Smith, Lithographic Printing, 126
  • Robertson, Transmitting Power, 203
  • Rothwell, Charles, Self-Acting Mules, 87
  • Rossom, Charles Pope, Dressing Fabrics, 34
  • Rosenberg, C. T., China Glass, 203
  • Robertson, A., Canisters for Dry Goods, 87
  • Robert, Jean Jules, Extracting Grease from Water, 175
  • Roberts, John, Ornamental Tiles, 236
  • Roberts, John, Moulding Bricks, &c., 46
  • Roberts, R., Omnibuses and Carriages, 236
  • Roberts, William, Pumps, 236
  • Robertson, Alexander, Inkstand, 350
  • Robertson, Charles, Mariners' Compasses, 87
  • Robertson, Patrick, Weaving, 263
  • Robertson, S., and James Howden, Driving Piles,.126
  • Rock, James, jun., Carriages, 219
  • Rooke, Samuel, Stair Rods, 238
  • Robinson, Joseph, jun., Railway Chairs, 350
  • Rowley, Edward, and John Hadley, Shaping Iron, 188
  • Royds, Robert, Manufacture of Soap, 298
  • Routledge, William, Steam Boilers, 275
  • Robinson, J. R., Cunliffe and Joseph Anthony Callet, Locomotives, 34
  • Rol enborg, B., Protecting Metallic Surfaces, 22
  • Rowan,William, Steam Engines, 22
  • Rowett William, Lifting Weights, 58
  • Robert, Jean Jules, Fabrication of Beet Root, 58
  • Ross, G., and T. Wilkes, Bolts, Rivets, &c. , 22
  • Roberts, John, Moulding Bricks, 327 Routledge,William, Valves, 59
  • Rock, J.,Construction of Tents, Huts, &c., 34
  • Ruston, R., Anchors and Appendages, 46
  • Rule, Henry Griffith, Measuring Water, 71
  • Rualen, F., Fuel, 203
  • Russum, T. Dawson, B rake for Engines, 327
  • Ruck, William Denny, Tanning Hides, 288
  • Rye, Wharton, Fastening Rails in Chairs, 327
  • Ryder, John Northcote, Slide Valves, 188
  • Saffroy, Jean B. Emile, Railway Brake, 22
  • Salter, Joseph, Ventilating, 46
  • Sanders, Josiah, '1 russes, 46
  • Sauty, Charles Victor de, Preventing Foul-in; of Fire-arms, 102
  • Samuel, Barnett, Combs, 298
  • Sanderson, Chas., Manufacture of Iron, 10
  • Savory, William, and Henry Arkell, Apparatus for the Passage of Water. &c.. 153
  • Sautelet, Emile Constantin Fritz, Tanning, 59
  • Sawyer, Sylvanus, Bombshells, 34
  • Salomon, Paul Marie, Peat Gas, 58
  • Salomon, Pant Marie, J. L. Montgazan, and C. M. J.Do Viers, Manufacture of Gas, 10
  • Samuels, S. Rodgers, Weaving Fabrics, 139
  • Samuelson, Martin, Screw Propellers 175
  • Sangster, Wm.. Umbrellas and Parasols, 153
  • Sangster, William, Stays and Corsets, 46
  • Samain, Pierre, Levelling Instrument, 87
  • Samain, Pierre, 'fables, Stools, &c., 87
  • Savage, W. P.. Drilling and Rollins; Land, 275
  • Samuel, James, and John Nicholson, Steam and Vapour Engines, 236
  • Sands, Alexander, Securing Rails in Railway Chairs, 236
  • Sellars, H. L., and J. Littler Talbott, Measuring Grain, 46
  • Scott, John William, Fastening Buttons, 175
  • Scott, Uriah, Public Carriages, 315
  • Schischkar, Edward, Halifax, Dyeing and Colouring Wools, &c., 115
  • Schlesinger, J. W., Using Emery, be., on Linen, 58 _
  • Schloss, Joseph, a Piston Bolt, 71
  • Schafer, Philipp, and Frederic Schafer, Damping Gummed Stamps, 139
  • Schaeffer, J. D. M., oap -uds, 203
  • Schultz, Ludwig, Photographic Pictures, 251
  • Schratz, Abel D6sird, Preparing Colours for Fabrics, 275
  • Schneider, Charles, and F. Leiss, Safety Boiling Apparatus, 298
  • Scott, Henry Young Darracott, Cement, 275
  • Scully, Vincent, and B. Johns Heywood, Inkstands, 70
  • Schelhorn, G. G. A. L. M., Penholder, 203
  • Schischkar, E., Cleansing, Silk, Hair, &c., 139
  • Scudamore, Joseph, Stoves, 139
  • Schwabe, Rudolph Hermann, Orriamenta) Fabrics, 326
  • Scheurmann, Gustay. Printing Music, 315
  • Schwartzkoff Louis, Raising Mud, 126
  • Scott,Uriah,Metal Fittings for Furniture, 263
  • Shaw, David, Looms for Weaving, 87
  • Shaw, Joseph, Collisions on Railways, 10
  • Shanks, Andrew, Cutting Screws, 70
  • Shanks, Andrew, and F. H. Wenham, Water Gauges, 87
  • Shanks, Andrew, Indicating Pressures, 22
  • Sherwood, Henry, Treating the Spun Waste of Wool, 153
  • Sheppard Samuel, Stop-cock, 70
  • Shaw, David, Looms, 326
  • Sharp, Thomas Beatt, and Thomas Forsyth, Coupling Railway Stock, 175
  • Sievier, R. W., Guns and Ordnance, 46
  • Simmons, W., Hat Body, 46
  • Sichel, Sylvester Emil, Ribbed Cloth, 153
  • Simons, William John, Governor for Steam Engines, 102
  • Simpson, M. IL Combing Wool, &c., 315
  • Siemens, Charles William, Superheated Steam Engines, 350
  • Simpson, G.' Rotary Knife-Cleaning Machines, 298
  • Sinclair, Archibald, Wrought-Iron Pins for Railways, 350
  • Skaife, T., Folding Camera Shutters,350
  • Slaughter,Edward, Fire-Boxes of Locomotive Boilers, 139
  • Sleigh, W. Willcocks, Motive Power, 153
  • Small, Andrew, Marine Compasses, 10
  • Smith, William Henry, Fastenings, Gaiters, Stays, &c.,.34
  • Smith, Wilam, Ploughs, 139
  • Smith, William, Economising Heat, 203
  • Smith, William, Steel Wire, 275
  • Smith, William, Windlasses for Working Ploughs, 264
  • Smith, William, Syphon, 315
  • Smith, W., Regulating Air for Furnaces, 350
  • Smith, George, Envelopes, 219
  • Smith, James, Alarm Signals, 58
  • Smith, John, Water-Gauges, 153
  • Smith. John, and William Craven, Dressing and Finishing Velvets, &e.,288
  • Smith, A., Treating Vegetable Fibres, 288
  • Smith, N , Clod-Crushing Rollers, 288
  • Smith, Henry, Boots and Shoes, 236
  • Smith, Jacob, and John Luntley, Textile Fabrics, Paper, &c., 251
  • Smith, Benjamin, and William Kalthoff, Economising Fuel, 350
  • Smith, T., and Joseph Gill, Casing Horizontal Shafting, 153
  • Smith, Charles Colonel, Brakes, 236
  • Smith, G. H., Saucepans, Kettles, &c., 219
  • Smith, G. T., and Joel Watts, Lubricator, 236
  • Smythies, John Kinnersley, Latitude and Longitude Instrument, 315
  • Solmons, John, and Edwin Lander, Cigar Holder,87
  • Somervile, James, Weaving, 350
  • Southam, Alfred, Samuel Stead, and James Martin, Recovering the Vegetable Substances from Mixed Fabrics, 236
  • Southby, Edmund Richard, Coating Iron with Copper, 275
  • Spurrier, William, Attaching Handles to Tea-pots 102
  • Spencer, George Holme, Card Surfaces Employed in Carding Cotton, 139
  • Spink, Daniel, Rails and Railways, 338
  • Spilsbury, F. G., Separating Metals, 275
  • Spencer, George, Supporting Rails of Railways, 188
  • Squire, H., Fastening for Envelopes, 126
  • Squires, William Westbrook, Preventing the Bursting of Pipes, 102
  • Squire, Thomas, and Charles Frederick Claus, Artificial Manure, 264
  • Stansbury, Charles Frederick, Determining the Bearing of Ships, 275
  • Stevenson, James Cochran, and John Williamson' Manufacture of Soda, 58
  • Stewart, Henry, and Thomas Pritchard, Watches and Chronometers, 47
  • Stewart, Allan, Fitting Garments, 58
  • Stewart, Henry, Cleaning Forks, &c., 10
  • Stewart, Samuel, Gas Exhauster, 10
  • Stott, George Louis, Carbonate of Soda, 10
  • Strang, William, Ornamental Weaving, 175
  • Stamm, Adam, Presses for Packing, 350
  • Steven, Stoves, Ranges, and Boilers, 139
  • Stott, Frederick Luke,Thomas Belward, and James Findlow, Washing Wool, 338
  • Stansbury, Charles Frederick, Fastening the Ends of Rails, 263
  • Stewart, David Y., Moulding Metals, 175
  • Sturge, Joseph, and Alfred Sturge, Rotary Fluid Meters, 188
  • Sturley, H. S., Breakfast Mixture, 241
  • Stanley, Bellamy, and Company, Rolls for Rolling Steel, Copper, &c., 188
  • Stroud, J. T., Stop Cocks or Taps, 264
  • Stocker, A. S., Ink-stands, 298
  • Sterenson, J. C., and Williamson, John, Soda, 58
  • Stevenson, William, and William Crawford, Carding Apparatus, 58
  • Stevens, John Lee, Regulating the Supply of Air to Steam-boilers, 102
  • Stratham, Samuel, Telegraph Conductors, 87
  • Steedman,James, Pianofortes, 139
  • Steiner, Fredvrick, Diying Fabrics, 139
  • Sterling, J. D. M., teel, 203
  • Sterling, J. D. M., Ordnance, 203
  • Stoll, E. M., Pile Fabrics, 203
  • Stokes, John, Fog Signals, 102
  • Strafford, John, Signal Lamps, 87
  • Spink, Daniel, Rails and Railways, 338
  • Spilsbury, V. G., Separating Metals, 275
  • Spencer, George, Supporting Rails of Railways, 188
  • Swift, Ferdinand, Wheels and Axle, 46
  • Swan, Charles, and George Frederick
  • Swan, Colouring Matter for Writing, &c., 126
  • Swyney, J., Breech-Loading Fire-Arms, 236
  • Swift, Charles, and John James Derham, Steam-Engines, 27.5
  • Symons, Thomas, Permanent Ways and Wheels, 22
  • Symons, William, Roasting Jack, 51
  • Symons, Alexander, and Edward Burgess, Electrical Alarums, 264
  • Symons, John, and Thomas Mara Fell, Reduction of Gold, &c., 251
  • Symons, Alexander, and Edward Burgess, Ascertaining and Indicating Heat, &c., 275
  • Talbot, E., Rails for Railways, 327
  • Talhaution, A., Railway Axle-Boxes, 34
  • Tall, Joseph, Blind-Rollers, 219
  • Taylor, James, Raising Weights, 58
  • Taylor, James, and James Galloway, Pressure Gauges, 219
  • Taylor, John, Constructing and Facing Walls. 139
  • Taylor, Thomas W., Roving Frames, 188
  • Terry, W., Breech-Loading Fire-Arms, 251
  • Tevis,Charles Carroll, Revolver. 326
  • Thatcer, Robert, Preparing for Doubling Cotton, 87
  • Therese, Louis Auguste, Harness, 58
  • Thierry, J. B. P. A., jun., J. L. Richard, and Baron H. de Martiny, 1'umivore Hygienic Apparatus, 87
  • Thistlethwaite, W., Photography, 326
  • Thomas, George C., Tempering Steel, 126
  • Thomson, Robert, Weaving, 203
  • Thompson, George, Drawing Apparatus, 275
  • Thomas, Joseph, Soap, 126
  • Thomas, W. Fred., Sewing Machines, 219
  • Thomson, J., Separation of Liquids, Thompson, Francis, Skates, 175
  • Thompson, H. A., Haymaking Machines, 288
  • Thomson, James Strang, and A. Barclay, Printing and Embossing Textile Fabrics, 126
  • Thompson, Johnson, Ships' Keelsons, 59
  • Thompson, William, and Charles Wilson, Buttons, 175
  • Thurrell, John, E. M. Muller, John Robert Chidley, Facsimiles, 58
  • Tilghman, Richard Albert, Manufacture of Iron, 46
  • Tieffe-Lacroix, P. L., Cutting }Iles, 71
  • Tindall, Thomas, Propelling Vessels, 338
  • Titterton, Charles, « bite Zinc, 275
  • Titterton, Charles, Zinc and Zinc White, 315
  • Todd, Charles John, and Robert Pinkney, Balance Pen, 46
  • Tolhausen, A., Harvesting Machine, 46
  • Tolhausen, A. Double Acting Pump, 58
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre, Distance Indicator for Carriages,
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre, Slide Valves, 59
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre. Meter, 70
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre, Manufacture of Yarn from Wool. 71
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre, Lock Joint for Rails of Railways, 87
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre, Boring Stone, 87
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre, Cutting Wood, 126
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre. Picking, Carding, and Combing Fibrous Substances, 135
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre, Bakers' Ovens, 188
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre, Clock-Work, 326
  • Tolhausen, A., Chemical Writing, 219
  • Tolhausen, A., Porous Earthenware, 219
  • Tolhausen, Alexandre, Watches and Time-Keepers, 219
  • Tomlinson, Matthew, Medical Plaster, 22
  • Toms, Samuel Rogers, Gloves, 326
  • Topham, Edmund. Cleansing out Sediment from Boilers, 275
  • Toucas, George, Metallic Alloy, 153
  • Toward, John, Iron Shipbuilding, 102
  • Townsend, Matthew, Knitted Fabrics, 315
  • Toye, Charles. Terry Fabrics, 58
  • Tremeschini, G. A. Electro-Telegraphic, 87
  • Trocard, Theophile F. Coffee-pot, 126
  • Truelove, Henry, Gloves, 58
  • Trueman, Alfred, Treating Argentiferous Regulus, 219
  • Trueman, Jno., Ovens, 203
  • Trueman, Edwin T., Artificial Teeth, 59
  • Turner, Archibald, Elastic Fabrics, 71
  • Tucker, Hiram, Spring Sacking for Bed Mattrasses, 315
  • Turner, J. Pemberton, Shank inz Buttons, 58
  • Turner, Archibald, Looped Fabrics, 46
  • Turner, W. Allen, Elastic Tubing, 153
  • Turner, Wm Allen, Preparation to be used in the Manufacture of India-Rubber, 126
  • Turton, Thomas Burdett, and John Root, Buffer and Draw Springs, 102
  • Tyer, Edward, Telegraphing, 46
  • Tyerman, Thomas Frederick, Apparatus for Receiving Wet Umbrellas, 126
  • Tytherleigh, William, Coating Iron, 275
  • Tylor, H. Joint for Cots, Bedsteads, &c., 102
  • Tyso, J., and C. Tyso, Spinning &c., Cotton, 203
  • Twist, Samuel, Furniture Castors, 58
  • Ulrich, John Gottlieb, Chronometers, 70
  • Underhill, Stephen W., Buoyant Preserving Life, 298
  • Underhay, F., G., Drawing off Water, 251
  • Uttley, T. Fielding, Fusible Plugs, 34
  • Utyborek, Louis, Locomotive and Tubular Boilers, 153
  • Vacherot, A., Submarine Tunnels, 288
  • Van den Hout, Herman John, and Ebenezer Brown, Utilising Leather Shavings, 34
  • Van den Hout, Herman John, Preparation of Pulp for Paper, &c.. 338
  • Van den Rout, Herman John, and Ebenezer Brown, Pulp for Paper. 71
  • Varillat, W. Jean Jules, Extraction of Colouring Matters, &c., 264
  • Venables, J., Ornamenting Articles Made of Clay, 154
  • Vickerman, Charles Ranken, Preparation of Fuel,
  • Vignat, Louis, Regulator-Compensator for Weaving of Ribbons, 126
  • Vigara,J.,Machinery for Lifting in Mines, 188
  • Vimont, A. Simeon, Spinning Wool, &c., 275 Wadsworth, Jas., Ventilation, &c., 203
  • Wailes, G., Actuating Gas or Water Valves, 219
  • Wailes, George, Valves, 126
  • Waite, Wm., Sleepers and Rails, 288
  • Walker, Alex. Jas., and 11 m. Bennett, fiat Bodies, 102
  • Walker, Charles, Safety Valves, 126
  • Walker, Thomas, Playing Cards, 275
  • Walker, F. P., Hay, Straw, &c., 153
  • Walker, T., Governors of Steam-engines, 263
  • Walker, Robert, and Alexander McKenzie, Electric Telegraphs, 315
  • Walker, Robt., Raising and Lowering Coals, &c.. 22
  • Walenn Wm. Henry, Saw Teeth, 153
  • Waller, R., Preparing Cotton, &c., 102
  • Walton, os. F., and Honore le Francois, Cleaning Forks, Spoons, 87
  • Walton, Fred., Papier Machid Frames, 58
  • Wallis, Agnes and John, Bleaching, Washing, &c.,Fabrics, 46
  • Wallace, as., jun., Preparing, &c., Textile Fabrics, 298
  • Wallace, Jas., jun., Cleaning and Drying Textile Fabrics, 154
  • Wallace, Wm. Vincent, and Benjamin Lawrence Sowe 11, Treating Tobacco, 153
  • Ward, William, Lubricating Spindles, 219
  • Ward, Jas. Townsend, Omnibus, 126
  • Ward, Peter, Alkali Furnaces, 264
  • Walsh, Sam., and John Henry Brierley, Colouring and Graining Skins of Leather, 153
  • Walsh, J. 11., Omnibuses, 102
  • Warren, Thos., Moulding Glass, 10
  • Warren, William, and Warren De la Rue, Envelopes, 263
  • Warburton, James. Combing Wool, &c., 153 Watson, William, Furnaces, 59
  • Watt, A., Coating Iron and Steel, 22
  • Watson, John, Ladies' Dresses, 46
  • Watson, Alfred, and Alfred Hamlyn Williams, Bottles, Flasks, 338
  • Waygood, Richard, Portable Laundry, 126
  • Webber, Joseph, Generating Steam, 219
  • Wessel, Christian Rudolph,. and George Bowden, Elastic Bands, 22
  • Weems, J., and J. H. McCrindell, Metals, &c., 338
  • Wessel, Christian Rudolph, and F. Xavier Kukla, Glow Heat Dist.erninator1 338
  • Westley, %Villiam, Nail or Spike, 263
  • Weston, Matthew, and Orlando Carter, Setting Saws, 219
  • Webster, James, Elastic Metallic Tube, 251
  • estilorp, Isaac,Concentrati"g Milk, 175
  • white, David Blair, Cylinder Pistons, 263
  • White, Thomas, Jun., Slips and Stays, and Apparatus for Hauling up Ships, 236
  • Whitehead, Thomas Reeves,Sustaining the Human Body in Water, 25
  • Whitehead, John, Fulling Cloth, 87
  • bitehead, W. G., and F. A. Harwood, Candlestick, 338
  • Whiteing, M.,un., Tanning, 102 J
  • Whitegreave, J. R., Locomotive Engines, 251
  • Whitehouse, Edward, Orange Wildman, Measuring Fluids, 10
  • Whytiaw, Robert Adam, and James Steven, Weaving, 34
  • Whytlaw, Robert Adam, and A. Mitchell, Weaving, 327
  • Whytock, IL, Printing Yarns, 298
  • Wilkinson, William, Looped Fabrics, 46
  • Wilkinson, T. Fewster, Reaping and Mowing Machines, 102
  • Willey, W. E., Pens and Holders, 326 tt
  • Williams, T., Omnibuses, 102
  • Witter, Frederic Austin Spalding, Stove, 126
  • Wilkes, J., T. Wilkes, and Gilbert Wilkes, Rollers for Printing Fabrics, 326
  • Wigley, Reuben Boyce, Attaching Handles to Coffins, 350
  • Willey, W . E., Metallic Pens and Holders, 350
  • Wilson, Thomas, Screw Wrenches, 338
  • Wilkes, T., Tubes of Copper and Alloys, 275
  • Wilkes, J., T. Wilkes and Gilbert Wilkes, Rollers for Printing Fabrics, 326
  • Wilkinson, W., Steam Engines, 275
  • Wilkes, J., Copper Alloys, 10
  • Wilkinson, G., Steering Apparatus, 338
  • Williams, G., Fog Signals, 288
  • Williams, C. Wye, Ventilating Steam Vessels, 219
  • Williams, C. R., Cultivation of Land, 315
  • Winfield, It. V., T. Lloyd, and J. Simms, Ornamentation of Bedsteads, &c., 188
  • Willett, T. W., Gunpowder, 338
  • Wilson, W. G., Pneumatic Moderator, 34
  • Williams, G., Ship's Water Closets, 46
  • Woodcock, Thomas, and John K. Punshon, WCutting Bread, 275 .
  • Woodley, N% illiam A., Paper Bags, 22
  • Woodman, J., Telegraph Insulator, 126
  • Wolff, Samuel, Motive Power, 22
  • Wormald, John, Folding Fabrics, 87
  • Wright, Joseph, Furnaces and Bars, 58
  • Wright, John Skirrow, Belt Fastenings, 263
  • Wright, John, Lowering Ships' Boats, 288
  • Wright, John, and Thomas Gorrerry, Carriage Springs, 288
  • Wright, Edwin Thomas, Steam-Engine Boilers, Iron Ships, and Boats, 188
  • Wrigley, J., and J. Norcliff, Shuttles, 34
  • Wotherspoon, Robert, Hats, 298
  • Woodward, Geo. Gower, Manufacture of Carpets, 236
  • Yates, H. C., Treating Wash Waters, 327
  • Yates, William, Furnaces, 188
  • Yeomanson, John, and William Yeomanson, Knitted Fabrics, 275
  • Young Henry B., Steam-Engines, 175
  • Young, Frances, Carriages, 263
  • Zahn, W. H., Joseph Henry Geo. Wells, Windmills or Engines, 139
  • Zahn, Wm. Hy., Windmills and Engines, 58

Provisional Protection

SUBJECT MATTER

  • Acid, Phosphoric, Newton, 298
  • Acids, Sulphuric and other, Firman, 258; Manufacture of Tartaric and Citric, &c., Pontifex, 188
  • Aerating Liquids, Knight, 326
  • Agricultural Implement, Collins, 219
  • Machinery, Lacy, Air—Doors for Mines, Forster, 264
  • Passages, Removing Obstructions of the, Dempsey, 338
  • Regulating the Supply of, to Steam Boilers, Stevens, 102
  • Alcohol, Obtaining, Brooman, 126
  • Alkalies, Manufacture of, Balmain and Colby, 264
  • Alloy, Metallic, Toucas, 153
  • Alloys, Copper, Wilkes, 10
  • Aluminous and Siliceous Compounds, Pochin, 175
  • Ammonia, Muriate of, Ellis, 350
  • Anchors, Cheshire and Betteley, 350
  • and Appendages, Ruston, Norris and King, 315
  • Hunter, 288
  • Johnson, 275
  • Shafting Axles, &c., Fisher, 236
  • Ash-pan, Brown, 203
  • Artificial Flowers, Berard, 175
  • Axles for Railway Carriages, Harrison, 126 Axle Boxes, Railway, Talhauson, 34
  • Boxes, Screw-Nuts for, Dimpfell, 126 Azimuth Instruments, Gray, 34
  • Bags, Nose, Dieudonne, 338
  • Paper, Woodley, 34
  • Bands for Securing Mails, Newton, 298
  • Bank Notes, Manufacturing, 71
  • Barrels for Organs, Groves, 298
  • Barometers, Mapple, 288
  • Baskets, Barcroft, 22
  • Baths, Loveridge, 139
  • Shower ,Carey. 203
  • Vapour, Barter, 47
  • Bearing of Ships, Determining the bury, 275 stansBeds, Air, Johnson, 87
  • Bedsteads, Folding, and Chairs, Cottam, 102
  • Joint for Cots, Tylor, &c., 102
  • Metallic, &e., Geering, 275
  • Metallic, &c., Morrison, 350
  • Metallic &c., Peyton, and Duncan Morrison, 58
  • Metallic, Hulse, 327
  • Metallic, and other, Daft, 219
  • Joini • Parts of Metallic, &c., Bower and : t rwell, 326
  • Portable, Cook, 175
  • Ornamentation of Metallic, &c., Winfield and Lloyd, 188
  • Beet Root, Fabrication of, Robert, 58
  • Treating, &c., Brooman, 58
  • Beetle Trap, Morris, 350
  • Belts, Braces, &c., Haworth and Forest, 46
  • Belt Fastenings, Wright, 263
  • Billiard Cues, Gedge, 327
  • Bituminous Shale, Treating, Brooman, 153
  • Bleaching, Parsons, 203
  • David, 126
  • Cotton, Linen, &c., Hodgkinson, 153
  • Washing, &e, Fleming, 46
  • Vegetable Fibres, Jennings, 102
  • Boats, Increasing the Buoyancy of, Cunningham, 286
  • Metallic, Francis, 87
  • Lowering, Newton, 288
  • Metallic, Francis, 37
  • Bobbins, Letting off, Garside, 288
  • Boilers, Johnson, 34
  • &c., Fernihough, 59
  • Messenger, 139
  • and Engines, Johnson, 58
  • Cleaner, Burton, 126
  • Cleansing out Sediment from, Topham, 275
  • Steam, and Furnaces, Auld and Stephen, 175
  • Steam, and Furnaces, Ilill, C75
  • Locomotive and Tubular, Utyborck, 153
  • Steam, Murgatroyd, 175
  • Steam, Gardissal, 230
  • Steam, Holt, 338
  • Steam, Normand, 236
  • Steam, Galloway, 326
  • Furnaces and Supplying Water to, Aston and Hopkinson, 326
  • and Valves, Cowburn and Geo. Walker, Muir, 34
  • Boiling Apparatus, Safety, Schneider and Leir;s, 298
  • Bolts, Piston, Schloss, 71
  • Bolting Cloths, Bracegirdle, 46
  • Rivets, &c., Ross, %hi ilke.s, 22
  • Newton, 34
  • Rivets, &c., Holford and Mason, 102
  • Rivets, &c , Machinery, Grice, 326
  • Bolt Heads, Pointing and Turning Peak, 87
  • Bombshells, Sawyer, 34
  • Bonnets, Avery, 350
  • Cloth, Harding, 326
  • Bookbinding., Gaget, 3385
  • Boots and Shoes, Smith, 230
  • Rice, 10
  • Machinery for Making, Bernard, 251
  • Machinery for Making, Newton, 126
  • Norris, 87
  • Nicholls, 219
  • Gedge, 71
  • Bookbinding, Gaget, 338
  • Bottles, Closing, Jars, &c., Clarke and Austin, 153
  • Flasks, Watson and Williams, 338
  • Flexible, Inglis, 139
  • and Stoppering, Barker and Toogood, 219
  • Boxes, Lid for, Hudson, 126
  • Brattices for Coal Mines, Coats. 175
  • Brake for Engines, Russuru, 327
  • Bread, Making, Gillet, 58
  • Brakes and Carriages, Railway, Jowett, 126
  • Smith, 236
  • Railway, Johnson, 59
  • for Railways, Julienne, 87
  • Railway, Napier, 236
  • Working Railway, Chambers and Champion, 59
  • Breakfast Mixture, Sturley, 251
  • Breakwaters, Glover, 22
  • Brewing, Gretton, 102
  • Cooling Apparatus used in, Lister, 87
  • Substitute for Hops in, Brooman, 139
  • Brewers, Treating Water for, Blackwell, 261
  • Bricks, Moulding, Gray, 58
  • Tiles, /to., Gibson, 315
  • Moulding Roberts, 40
  • Bricks, and Tiles, Fowler,jim., 175
  • and Tiles, Bulmer and Sharp, 289
  • Moulding, &c., Roberts, 327
  • Tiles, Pipes, &c., Gibson, 316
  • Bridle, Safety, Fraetaniel, 275
  • Bridges, Constructing, Viaducts, 236
  • Brooms, Henderson, 315
  • Bruising Grain, Ashton, 236
  • Brushes, Poitiers, 154
  • Building Slabs, Rocliffe, 34
  • Buffers, Myers, 71
  • and Springs, Horner and Bagley, 188
  • and Springs, Chrimeq, 263
  • Buffer Bearing and Draw Springs, Corbitt and Shaw, 188
  • Buoying Vessels, Petit, 34
  • Buttons, Chatwin and Chatwin, 153
  • Thompson and Wilson, 175
  • Attaching, Owen, 275
  • Fastening, Scott, 175
  • Pearl or Shell, Cope, 326
  • Shan king, Turner, 58
  • Cabs, Hansom, Hunt, 263
  • Cages in Shafts, Arresting Descent of, Emery, 188
  • Candles, Moore, 251
  • Combining Resins with Oils for, Gardissal, 251
  • New Materials for Bougies, &c., Laporte, 236
  • Pamffine, Field and Humfrey, 139
  • Cane Preparing, Boss, 275
  • Candlestick, Whitehead and Harwood, 338
  • Cane, Preparing, Abraham, 275
  • Canisters, Cover for Gunpowder, Enthoven, 139
  • For Dry Goods, Robertson, 87
  • Cannon, Wrought-iron, Newton, 46
  • Newton, 102
  • Cans for Holding Oils, Mauban, 338
  • Caps, Percussion, Abraham, 59
  • Capstans, Gardissal, 1S8
  • Cards or Papers, Arrangement of, Hisch, 251
  • for Jacquard Mechanism, Johnson, 59
  • Card Cylinders, Rigby, 276
  • Carding, Barlow, 58
  • Cotton, Card Surfaces Employed in, Spencer, 139
  • Cotton, Opening, Cleaning, and, Calvert. 338
  • Carriage, Young, 263
  • Carriages, Abraham, 22
  • Holdway, 34
  • Lyall, 87
  • Rock, 219
  • Curtis, 298
  • Public, Scott, 315
  • and Wheels, Hardacre, 275
  • Carpets, Manufacture of, Woodward, 236
  • Manufacture of, Fawcett, 102
  • Weaving, Nickels and J. Hobson, 275
  • Cartridge-box and Pouch, Dray, 102
  • Carts and Vans, Duckett, 102
  • Cart-tipping Apparatus, 22
  • Cases for Bottles and Jars, Barsham, 153
  • Envelope, Rawlings, 126
  • Casing Horizontal Shafting, Smith, 153
  • Casings for Fencing Shafts, Holcroft and Peacock, 666
  • Casks, Grist, 134
  • Castors, Furniture, Twist, 58
  • Bird anti Rose 203
  • Pitt and Davis, 203
  • Cast-steel, Manevy, 288
  • Casting Bearings, Hewitson, 130
  • Cement, Diment, 153
  • Francis, 175
  • Oldham, 188
  • Scott, 275
  • Centrifugal Machinery, Brooman, 264
  • Ceramic Products, Ornamenting, Chablin and Henniquo, 175
  • Chain Cables, Richardson, 10
  • Chains for Collieries, Bayliss, 298
  • Chairs, Bedsteads, &c., Cottam and Cottam, 219
  • Charcoal, Re-burning, Bryant, 203
  • Changing Motion, Hutchinson, 10
  • Changing Motion, Newton, 153
  • Checks, Delivery, and Tell Tales, Abraham, 236
  • Cheques, Preparing, Budden, 275
  • Chemical Writing, Tolhausen, 219
  • Chimneys, Sweeping, Fletcher and Fletcher, 338
  • Chimney Piece. Cohen, 203
  • China() as-, Rosenberg, 208
  • Colouring and Printimr, Hillingworth, 203
  • Churns, Fontainemoreau, 203
  • Chlorides, Double, of Aluminium and Sodium, &c., Newton, 320
  • Chapping Barley, Holben, 46
  • Cnronometers, Mounting Marine, Johnson, 298
  • Ulrich, 70
  • Creatrising Preparation, Fontainemoreau,175
  • Chromo-lithographic Painting, Jablonowski, 126
  • Cigar Holder, Solmons and Lander, 87
  • Cigars, Beauche, 298
  • Clarifying and Purifying Water, Buffon, 327
  • Cleaning Forks, Spoons, Walton and Honore le Francois, 87
  • Forks, &c., Stewart, 10
  • and Rolling Land, &c., Implements for, Beadon, 338
  • Knives and Forks, Curwood, 326
  • Casks, Cliff, 219
  • Grain, Brown and Brown, 102
  • and Hulling Grain, Johnson, 263
  • Rags, Hollingworth, 275 •
  • Wheat, Humphreys and Loughry, 22
  • and Dressing Rice, &c., Graham, 153
  • Cleansing, Washing, Scouring Wool, &c., Guido, 220
  • Silk, Hair, &c., Schischkar, 139
  • Clock Work, Tolhausen, Works, Richoux, 87
  • Clod Crushers, Day, 288
  • Clod-Crushing Rollers, Smith, 288
  • Cloths, Bolting, Bracegirle, 34
  • Painted, Burkin, 228
  • Cloth for Boots and Shoes, Rice, 10
  • Painted or Enamelled, Newton, 275
  • Cloths, Painted, Burkin, 298
  • Coal, Purification and Agglomeration of, Cowper, 327
  • Converting Small, Dawson, 71
  • Preparing, Bergevin, 87
  • Treatment of,'Cowper, 58
  • Cutting and Working, Johnston and Dixon, 153
  • Coating Iron and Steel, Watt, 34
  • Metals, Barron, 327
  • Iron and Steel, Watt, 22
  • Cock, Stop, Sheppard, 70
  • Tap or Stop, Asbury, 87
  • Cocks, Taps,Bestwick, 115
  • Stops, or Valves, Henderson, 236
  • Coffee-pot, 1Yocard, 126
  • Roasting, Berlette, 102
  • Coke, Perpigna, 251
  • Manufacture of, &c., Fonbonne, 153
  • Cold, Producing, Harrison, 219
  • Colliery Engines, Brake for, Griffiths, 439
  • Colouring Matter for Writing, &c., Swan and Swan, 126
  • Matters, &c., Extraction of, Yarillat, 264
  • Colours for Fabrics, Preparing, Schratz, 275
  • Producing, (ledge, 320
  • Lake, Catty, 87
  • Collodion in Photography, Parkes, 350
  • Compasses, Mariners', Robertson, 87
  • Marine, Graham, 188
  • Marine, Small, 10
  • Combing Wool, Holden, 288
  • Wool, &c., Lister and Tongue, 59
  • Wool, &c., Ramsbottom and Brown, 126
  • Wool, &c., Warburton, 153
  • Wool, &c., May and Cowper, 68
  • Wool, &c., Cowper, 58
  • Wool, &,c., Simpson, 315
  • Combs, Samuel, 298
  • Communication, Submarine, Codde, 175 Communicatintr Motion, Coates, 188 Compositions, Building, Bird, 288 Concentrating Milk, Westmorp, 175 Condensing, Cooling, and Heating Fluids, Blackwell, 169
  • Vapours, Heywood and Lloyd, 139
  • Carding Engines, Ashworth, 275
  • Converting, Reciprocating into Rotary Motion, Hitt, 71
  • Cording Apparatus, Stephenson and Craneford, 58
  • Corn, Winnowing, 275
  • Mills, Chalange, 188
  • Cotton Seed, Treating, Barruel, 326
  • Linen, &c., Making up, Powell, 220
  • &c., Preparing, Waller, 102
  • Twisting, Pearcy, 288
  • Coverings for Carriages, &c., North, 46
  • Couches or Sofas, Hawkins, 188
  • Cooking Apparatus, Little, 46
  • Utensils, Biown, 58
  • Apparatus, Jones, 153
  • and Ship's Distilling Apparatus, Fell, 153
  • Apparatus, Chapman and Teager, 154
  • Cranes, Brouman, 298
  • Weighing, Fletcher and Fletcher, 126
  • Newton, 203
  • Cricket-bats, Martin, 126
  • Crushing Grain, Bentall, 326
  • Cultivation of Land, Williams, 315
  • Curry Combs, Gedge, 153
  • Cutlery, Articles of, Hilliard, ' 36
  • Cutting out Forms for Parasols, &c., Broadbent and Youle, Eliptical Figures, Hutchinson, 10
  • Trousers, Clark, 153
  • Paper, Dawson, 153
  • Agricultural Produce, Maynard, 154
  • Materials for Dress, Knight, 22
  • Screws, Shanks, 70
  • Wood, Holden, 87
  • Wood, Tolhausen, 126
  • Bread, Woodcock and John Punshon, 75
  • Blades, Jonquet, 22
  • Irregular Forms, Johnson, 298
  • Delivery of Mail Bags, Lacy, 203
  • Desk, Folding, Birch, 46
  • Writing, D'Auvergne, 102
  • Destroying the Fly or Aphis, &c., Newington, &c., 327
  • Digging Machinery, Evans, 10
  • Land, Bailey, 34
  • Distilling Oily Matters, Davies, Lyers, .John, and Humfrey, 22
  • &c., in Vacuo, Harrison, 219
  • Distribu t lug and Composing Machi ne, Coulon, 263
  • Water and Sewage Matter, Cochrane, 46
  • Doors, Appendages for, Restell, 288
  • and Gates, Heaton. 203
  • Excluding Dust, &c., from, Gollop, 826
  • Fastening, Bullard, 126
  • Drawing Apparatus, Thompson, 275
  • off Water, Liptrap and Wright, 327
  • off Water, Underhay, 251
  • Dresses, Adjusting Ladies, Gedge, 350
  • Ladies, Watson, 46
  • Dressinv, New Material for, Erskine, 87
  • Machine, Flour, Amos, 203
  • Yarn, Clayton, 46
  • Yarns, Dyeing and, Cooke, 175
  • Cotton, &c., Beating, Cleaning, and, Lebailif, 338
  • Silks, Penrinand, 298
  • Drawer, Attaching, Knobs or Handles, Dixon, 388
  • Drilling and Rolling Land, Savage, 275
  • Drills for Sowing Seeds. Bo‘% hay, 326
  • Agricultural, Chambers, 350
  • Driving Piles, Robertson and !Lowden, 126
  • Drying Apparatus, Alliott, 333
  • Wheat, &c., Martin, 350
  • Dyeing, Gedge, 327
  • Fabrics, Hargraves, 208
  • Apparatus for, Bethnne, 338
  • and Colouring Wools, Schischkar, &c., 115
  • Earthenware, Porous, 219
  • Elastic Bands, Wessel and Bowden, 23
  • Packing, Delperdange, 58
  • Electric Telegraphs, Fontainemoreau, 288
  • Telegraphs, Price, 22
  • Telegraphs, McCullum, 34
  • Telegraphs, Walker and McKenzie, 315
  • Telegraph Conductors, Stratham, 87
  • Clocks, Kammerer and Brewer, 58
  • Electrical Alarums, Symons and Burgess, 264
  • Electro-Magnetic Apparatus, Dubos, 275
  • Telegraphic Apparatus, Tremeschini, 87 Embossing Veneers, Bergner, 126 Embroidery, Murdoch, 22
  • Emery, ate., on Linen, Schlesinger, 56 Engine, Air, Newton, 219
  • Engraving on Stone, &c., Jarditi and Bla-mond, 298
  • Equalising the Temperature of Water in Boilers, 288
  • Envelopes, Warren and De la Rue, 263
  • Cockings, 203
  • &c., Hogg, 126
  • Markett, 175
  • Archer, 175
  • Smith, 219
  • Newton, 315
  • Fastening for, Squire, 126
  • Evaporating and Distilling Fuids, Cordon, 288
  • Excavating Land, Curtis, 126
  • Machinery, Broomall, 59
  • Exercising the Body, Apparatus for, 153 Expelling Water from Vessels, l'auling, 126 Explosion, Preventing, Kershaw, 87 Expressing Liquids, Needham and Kite, 22 Extinction of Fire, Crozier, 236
  • Exploring under Water, Newton, 219 Extracting Metals, Calvert, 58
  • Oils, Deiss, 126
  • Fibrous Substances, Gardissal, 350 Extracts, Obtaining, Aspinall, 210
  • Fabric, New, Luntley, 275
  • Fabrics, Kay, 175
  • Bleaching, Armour, 251
  • Bleaching, Washing, &c., Wallis, 46
  • Damping, Glover, 203
  • Machinery, Cut Pile, Bonfield, 10
  • Drying, Steiner, 139
  • Elastic Pile, Hemsley, 46
  • Elastic, Turner, 71
  • Embossing Moire Antique Water on Makin and Barnsley, 251
  • Embroidering, Heaven, 87
  • Finishing Linen, Bragg, 298
  • Folding,Wormald, 87
  • Knitted, Ycomanson and Yeomanson, 276
  • Knitted, Townsend, 8'6
  • Fabrics, Looped, Hodges, 175
  • Looped, Mills, 10/
  • Looped, Paget. 31
  • Looped, Wilkinson, 40
  • Looped, Turner, 46
  • Looped, Goodman, 102
  • Looped, Hodges, 175
  • Loop-pile, Hodges, 326
  • Measuring, Adkins, 263
  • Ornamental, Bell, 326
  • Ornamenting and Waterproofing, Green, 175
  • Ornamental, Schwabe, 326
  • Pile, Nickels and Hobson, 46
  • Piled, Bousfield, 46
  • Preparation of, Gardissal, 236
  • Preparing, Midgley and Collier, 46
  • Terry, Toye, 58
  • Textile, Leck and Miller, 315
  • Textile, Rossom, 31
  • Texti 1le, Paper, &c., Smith and Lunticy, 26
  • Preparing, &c., Textile, Wallace, jun., 298
  • Preparing Textile, McLean, 220
  • Bleaching and Washing Textile, Holdin, 350
  • Bleaching, Cleansing, &e., Textile,Holdin, 326
  • Sizing and Stiffening Textile, Brown and Brown, 236
  • Fabrics. Cleaning and Drying Textile, Wallace, jun. 154
  • Dressing Textile, Milliard, 87
  • Manufacture of Textile, Nimmo, 220
  • Pilo, Stott, 203
  • Printing and Embossing Textile, Thomson and Barclay, 126
  • Warp, Clarke, 139
  • Weaving, Samuels, 139
  • Warp, Herbert and Whitaker, 237
  • Weaving File. Norton, 34
  • Woven, Bell, 10
  • Woven, Duckworth and Marsden, 236
  • Drying Woven, Collier, 10
  • Printing Woven, Bouvallet, 236
  • Waterproof, East, 46
  • Waterproof, Destribeaux, 102
  • Waterproof, Berard. 188
  • Waterproofing, Parkes, 298
  • Facing Surfaces of Engraved Plates, Bergner, 126
  • Fac-Similies, Thurrell, Muller, and Ch irley, 58
  • Fastenings, Gaiters, Stays, &c., Smith, 31
  • Fats and Oils, Treating, 13ousfield, 126
  • Fatty Bodies, Gwynne, 236
  • Matter, Saponification of, Fontainemoreau, 236
  • Substances, Johnson, 102
  • Fatty Substances, Treating, Hills, 203
  • Substances, Treatment of, Johnson, 102
  • Fecula, Manufacture of, Planque, 139
  • Fencing Shafts, Holcraft, 87
  • Fibres, Plunkett and Bower, 22
  • Treating Vegetable, Smith, 288
  • Separating Combed, Jongh, 326
  • Fibrous Substances, Picking, Carding, and Combing, Tolhausen, 135
  • Materials Felt and, Anderson, 22
  • Filtering Sugars, &c., Leitch, 10
  • Fieffe, Lacvia, Files, Cutting, 71
  • Fingering Musical Instruments, Prangley , 59
  • Finishing Cloth,.&c., Dick, 34
  • Cloths, &c., Beardsell, 46
  • Machinery, Dick, 34
  • Fire-arms, Horton, 34
  • Fire-place. Leighton, 203 1Manceaux, 71
  • Newton, 126
  • Breech Loading, Newton, 10
  • Breech Loading, Johnson,46
  • Breech Loading, Bentley, Breech hooding, Greene, 236
  • Breech Loading, ltestell, 236
  • Breech Loading. Swyney, 236
  • Breech Loading, Terry, 251
  • Breech Loading, Forbes, 275
  • and Powder Flasks, Newton, 263
  • Preventing Fouling of, Sauty, 102
  • Repeating, Blittkowski, 236
  • Rifle Barrels for, Beasley, 81
  • Ordnance and, Merritt, 22
  • Fire-grates, Marsh, 263
  • Fires, Lighting, Hodge, 175
  • Lighting, Gardissal, 236
  • Fire-lighter, Newman, 10
  • Myers and Myers, 350
  • Fire-places, Chambor, 264
  • Fittings in Metal, McFarlane, 139
  • Flax. &c., Scutching, McBride, 326
  • Treating. Burton. 203
  • Floor Cloth, Jeune, 327
  • Flour and Bread Machine, Pratt, 203
  • Flowers, Artificial, Berard, 175
  • Flues, Heegaad, 47
  • Gill, 58
  • Napier, 87
  • Food for Horses, &c., Davis, 22
  • Footstool and Hassock, Cumming, 219
  • Frames, Circular, Hadden, 22
  • Papier Mache, Walton, 58
  • Roving Taylor, 188
  • Tubes Spinning, Emsley, 139
  • Fuel, Rualen, 203
  • and Heat, Economising, Brown and Brown, 275
  • Economising, Hills, 58
  • Day, 59
  • Consuming, Gibon and Frohlich, 350
  • Economising, Smith and Kalthoit, 350
  • Preparation of, Vickerman, 154
  • Fulling Cloth, Whitehead, 87
  • Fumivore Hygienic Apparatus, Thierry, jun., Richard and Baron Martiny, 87
  • Furnaces, Steam Boilers and, Dimpfcll, 327
  • Hewitson, 350
  • Distillation of Gas from, Gedge, 327
  • Johnson, 34
  • Furnace Bars, Jukes, 203
  • Horn tYay, 251
  • Steam Boilers, &c., Gray, 236
  • Heilmann, 22
  • Amory, 298
  • Pontifex, 22
  • Hudson, 46
  • Jeifree, 46
  • Watson, 69
  • Nicoulland, 70
  • Frow, 175
  • Marcus, 188
  • Yates, 188
  • Hewitson and Bartholomew, 350
  • Hill, 219
  • Gardner, 275
  • Newton, 350
  • Ellison, 350
  • Alkali, Ward, 261
  • of Marine Boilers, Galloway, 327
  • for Melting, Grosrenaud, 175
  • of Locomotives, Jukes, 350
  • Regulating Air for, Smith, 350
  • and Bars, Wright, 58
  • and Steam Generators, Crosland, 275
  • Glass, Newton, 261
  • Furniture, Folding, Naar, 275
  • Fittings for, Metal, 263
  • Fusee, Pollack, 59
  • Frictional Matches and, Bell and Grimes, 338
  • Galvanic Batteries, Puls, 219
  • Battery, Doat, 275
  • Gas, Hansor, 204
  • Burner, Johnson, Gas, Burning, Hely, 126
  • Discovery of the Escape of, Johnson, 34 ExhausWr, Stewart, 10
  • Fires, Defries and Bachoffner, 288 Heating Apparatus, Pettit and Henry Fly Smith, 87
  • Meter, Hydro-Pneunometric, Chateauneuf, 188
  • Manufacture of, Salomon, Montgazan, and Da Flers, 10
  • Manufacture of, Napier and Millar, 288
  • Manufacture of, Clark, 315
  • Manufacture and Measurement of, Barclay and Wallace, 315
  • Meters, Meacock, 126
  • Meters, Hyam, 153
  • Wet Meters, Crosley and Goldsmith, 288
  • Peat, Salomon, 58
  • Purifying, Laming, 139
  • Purification of, Hills, 327
  • Regulator, Dick, 34
  • Regulating Flow of, Atkins, Gate, and Miller, 68
  • Regulating the Flow of, Clibran and Clibran, 139
  • Regulating the Pressure and Flow of, Broomall, 288
  • Gases, Generating from Coal, Newton, 315
  • Garments, Cutting, Francis, 22
  • Fitting, Stewart, 58
  • Ladies', Brooman, 154
  • Pressing, Osborne, 10
  • Waterproof, Bowra, 59
  • Waterproof, Dannequin, 115
  • Gauges, Mather and :dill ward, 58
  • Pressure, Chadburn, 288
  • Pressure, Taylor and Galloway, 219
  • Pressure or Vacuum, Gwynne, 58
  • Water, Shanks, and F. H. Wenham, 87
  • Water, Smith, 153
  • Generating Steam, Heywood, 263
  • Steam, Pearce, 326
  • Glass, Decorated, Bach, 46
  • Glass, Furnaces for Flattening, Chance, 115
  • Manufacture of, Gilbee, 219
  • Manufacture of, Blake, 251
  • Manufacture of Enamels, &c., Medlock, 326
  • Moulding, Warren, 10
  • Polishing, &e., Newton, 288
  • Plating, Brooman, 350
  • Gold, Reduction of, &c., Symons and Fell, 251
  • Separating, &c., from the Ores, Newton, 188
  • Glove Fastenings, Bowser, 251
  • Gloves, Truelove, 58
  • Toms, 326
  • ':overnor for Steam Engines, Simons, 10
  • Governors of Steam Engines, Walker, 263
  • Gradients, Ascertaining, Newton, 236
  • Granaries, Devaux, Grate-bars, Newton, 263
  • Grates Applicable to Sewers, Mellor, 326
  • Grease, Railway, &c., Norminton, 263
  • Box for Axle Journals, &c., Martin and Martin, 47
  • Box, Martin, 47
  • from Water, Extracting., Robert, 175
  • Gridiron, Gedge, 327
  • Grinding Sugar, Eaborn and Robinson, 326
  • Guano, Treating, &e., Brooman, 315
  • Gum, Extracting, Herber, 59
  • Gunpowder, Willett, 338
  • Gun Barrels, Lawrence, 326
  • Husband, 203
  • Newton, 22
  • Guns, Fire-arms, Lillie, 102
  • Jennings, 203
  • and Rifles, Breech Loading, Rice and Rice, 188
  • and Carriages, Krupp, 34
  • and Ordnance, Sievier, 46
  • Gutta Percha, Preparing, Latta, 34
  • Hair Pins, Pointing, Iles, 175
  • Hammers, Stamps or, 338
  • and Rivetting Machines, Naylor, 288
  • Handles to Coffins, Attaching, Wigley, 350
  • to Tea-pots, Attaching, Spurrier, 102
  • Hangings, Morton, 251
  • Harness, Therese, 58
  • Harpoons, Rechten, 70
  • Harvesting Machine, Tolhausen, 46
  • Hat Body, Sinimons, 46
  • Bodies, Walker and Bennett, 102
  • Bodies, Felting, Newton, 251
  • Bodies, Planking, Brooman, 288
  • Bodies, Sizing, Brooman, 298
  • Hats, Husband 203
  • Newton, 22
  • Wotherspoon, 298
  • and Bonnets, Bonnard, 236
  • and Machinery, Carrington, 115
  • Hawsers used in Towing, Paterson, 288
  • Hay, Straw, &c., Walker, 153
  • Haymaking Machines, Thompson, 288
  • Heat, Ascertaining, and Indicating, &c., Economising, Symons and Burgess, 275
  • Symons and l3urgess, 275
  • Extractor, Hazard, 275
  • Generation of, Lancaster and Smith, 102
  • Disseminator, Glow, Wessel and Kukla, 338
  • Heating, Hyckert, 102
  • Apartments, Craigie, 251
  • awl Drying, Gardner, 87
  • Pipes for Heating and Drying, Gimsons, 87
  • Water and Generating Steam, 139
  • Water for Boilers, Fontainemoreau, 350
  • Water, Greenwood, 175
  • Hooks and Eyes, Newman and Whittle, 58
  • Holder for Leads, Slate, &c., Heywood, 175
  • for Leads, &c., Heywood, 338
  • Holding Postage Stamps, &c., Apparatus for, Forster, 327
  • Holders, Pen and Pencil, Rammell, 288
  • for Leads and Slate, Heywood, 327
  • Horse Shoes, Coats, 87
  • Hoe, Clark, 338
  • Hosiery Goods, Manufacture of, Barber, 189
  • Hoist, Steam and Hydraulic, Fernie, 236
  • Hides, Preparation of, Claus, 102
  • &c., Tanning, Devos, 34
  • Tanning, Ruck, 288
  • Hinges, Cast, Gerish, 46
  • Concealed, Brown, 288
  • Spring, Drummond, 203
  • Hurdles, Iron, Cottam, 350
  • Icepails, Fuller, 263
  • Impregnating Wood, Cowper, 126
  • India-Rubber, Treatment of Hard, 139
  • and Gutta Pcrcha, Preparation for, Johnson, 10
  • Preparation to be used in the Manufacture of, Turner, 126
  • Treating Vulcanised, Dodge, 87
  • Indicator for Carriages, Distance, Tolhausen, Water, Johnston, 46
  • Indicating Pressures, Shanks,
  • Ink-Marking, Button, 219
  • Inkstands, Scully and Heywood, 70
  • Bain, 70
  • Stocker, 298
  • Robertson, 350
  • Insulated Wires. Clark, 126
  • Insulators, Telegraphic, Newall, 263
  • Iron, Brown, 315
  • Manufttoture of, Tilghman, 47
  • Articles fror Malleable Cae0, Morrison, 360
  • Iron, Bar, Clay, 46 and 203
  • and Steel, Bar, Bessemer, 126 and 338 Casting, Adcock, 47
  • Coating, Tytherleigh, 275
  • with Copper, Coating, SuuthbY, 275 and Copper, Drying and Coating, 139 Manufacture of, Sanderson, 10 Manufacture of, Onions, 71
  • Manufacture of, Margesson, 153 Manufacture of, Armitage and Lea, 275 Manufacture of, Martien, 298
  • Copper, &.c., Manufacture uf, Pope, 102 and Steel, Manufacture of Bessemer, 46 and Steel, Manufacture of, Bessemer, 188 for Gun Barrels and lubes, Rolling, Marshall, 87
  • Treating Cast, Motay and Fontaine, 175 Puddling and Refining, Parry, 175 Shaping, Rowley and Hadley, 188 Shaping and 'tolling Malleable, Bessemer, 338
  • and Steel, Clay, 46
  • and Steel, Kreeft, 315
  • Jacquard Machine, Fontaincmoreau, 59
  • Keys and Locks, Daniel, 219
  • Knife Cleaning Machines, Rotary, Simpson, 298
  • Machine, Key, 58
  • Handles, Spring, Ridal, 298
  • Knitting, Appleton, 46
  • Machinery, Adams, 251
  • Machinery, Jeacock, 275
  • Machinery, Lowe, 219
  • Machine, Perron and Boulland, 288
  • Knives, Cleaning, Cooke, 46
  • and Forks, Cleaning, Ayckbourn, 87
  • and Forks, Christophcrs, 350
  • and Springs, Chesterman, 58
  • Knobs for Doors, Barnes, 87
  • or Handles, Heywood, 338
  • Kilns, Jarvis and Clare, 47
  • Kiln, Brick, Barbier, 22
  • Pottery, Glasgow, Hannah, 188
  • Labels, Neale, 153
  • Lace Goods, Moore, 315
  • and Weavings, Dunnicleffe, 203
  • Weaving's, &c., Manufacture of, Crofts, 298
  • Lamp, Capp, 126
  • Glasses, Dobell, 153
  • Lamps, Balance Weights for, Heaton, 298
  • Carriage, Barnes, 87
  • Oil, and Reflectors, Dessales, 102
  • Oil to, Supplying, Defrics, 153
  • Lamps, Paraffine, Little, 263
  • Signal, Strafford, 87
  • Oil, Cave, 139
  • Lamp Wicks, Mee and Hammond, 58
  • Lap Machine, Ashworth, Laundry, Portable, Waygood, 126
  • Lantern*, Clark, 34
  • Latch-Keys, Fastenings for Attaching, Reading, 153
  • Latitude and Longitude Instrument, Sillythies, 315
  • Leasing Warps, Bullough, 350
  • Leather, Cox, 126
  • Cloth, Dodge, 70
  • Colouring and Graining Skins of, Walsh and Brierley, 153
  • Drying, and Skins, Johnson, 298
  • Preparation of, Gedge, 251
  • Splitting, Bousfield, 22
  • Shavengs, Utilising, Van den Rout and Brown, 34
  • Letters and Envelopes, Gedge, 203 Leech, Artificial, Fonrobert, 34 Leg-Guard, Martin, 251
  • Levelling Instrument, Samain, 87 Lifting, Apparatus for, Armstrong, 275
  • in Mines, Machinery for, Vigars, 188
  • Weights, Rowett, 58
  • Lights, Instantaneous, Hynarn, 326
  • Lighthouses, &c., Douglas, 59
  • Lighting and Heating, -Breton, 350
  • and Ventilating Mines, Longbottom, 264
  • Lithographic Printing, Robinson, 126
  • Lock and Latch, Door, Day, 102
  • Locks, Newton, 70
  • Construction of, Parnell, 102
  • and Fastenings, Fenton, 71
  • and Keys, Blackett, 275
  • and Latches, &c , McEnvey, 59
  • and Latches, Spindles for, parsons, 139
  • and Latches, Spindles for, Browne, 175
  • and Latches, Connecting Spindles of, Ager, 102
  • Robinson, Cunliffe and Joseph Anthony Callet, 34
  • Locomotive Compressed Air, Johnson, 102
  • Boilers, Fire-Boxes Of, Slaughter, 139
  • Engines and Carriages, 188
  • Locomotives, Prestage, 102
  • Allen and Hunt, Whitegreave, 251
  • Neilson, 275
  • Beyer, 350
  • McConnell, 338
  • and Carriages, 326
  • Looking-Glasses, Double Reflective, Chappuis, 236
  • Swing, Murrel, 87
  • Looms, Buckley, 71
  • Fontainemoreau, 203
  • Foster, 203
  • Builougb, 275
  • Ledge, 153, 327
  • Shaw, 326
  • Jacquard, Hail, 46
  • Power, Hulme, Ivers and Yardley, 263
  • Power, Bousfield, 175
  • Brierly, 203
  • Power, Marland, 34
  • for Weaving, Shaw, 87
  • for Weaving, Dodgeon and Bateson, 102
  • for Weaving, Connor, 153
  • for Weaving, Johnson, 153
  • for Weaving, Pfnor, 175, for Welwing, Davy, 175
  • for Weaving, Hayes, 188
  • for Weaving, Porter, 188
  • for Weaving, Berrisford and Wilkinson, 327
  • Lubricator for, Bullough, 22
  • Picker for, Lewis, 34
  • Lowering Ships' Boats, 288
  • Lozenges, Cranston, 34
  • Lubricating Axles, Graves and Henson, 251
  • Axles, Curtis, 251
  • Bearings, Johnson, 139
  • Machinery, Oil Calls for, Johnson, 338
  • Material, Render, 102
  • Oil, Hyde, 10
  • Spindles, Elce and Cottam, 139
  • Spindles, Ward, 219
  • Lubricator, Smith and Watts, 236
  • Macerating Substances for Distillation, Newton, 219
  • Magneto-electro Machines, Holmes, 175 Manganese, Peroxide of, Elliott and Pat-tinson, 298
  • Mangles, Barber, 203
  • Manure, Artificial, Squire and Claus, 264 Chisholm, 34
  • Treating Bones for, McDougall, 153 Mark for Burial Grounds, Looker, 2S6 Marine Engines, Randolph and Elder, 188
  • Engines j Richards and JatiVeys, 203 blasts and Yards, Gladstone, 102
  • Matches, Lighting and Holding, (Tatty, 350
  • Igniting, Bell and Black, 298
  • Mattrasses, Spring Sacking for Bed, Tucker, 315
  • &c., Gizard, 203
  • Measuring Angles and Surfaces, Glover, -16
  • Grain, Sellars and Talbot, 4113
  • Fluids, Whitehou ,e, Orange Wildman, 10
  • Meats, &e., Curing, Newton, 59
  • Measuring the Speed of Currents, Fontainemoreau, 203
  • Water, Dixon, 327
  • Water, Rule, 71
  • Mechanism Reproductive of Movements, Marzolo, 175
  • Medical Chests, Knight, 139
  • Plaster, Tomlinson, 22
  • Metals, Moulding or Shaping, Kinniburgh, 102
  • Weems, and MeGrindell, 330
  • Moulding, Downie, 175
  • Moulding, Stewart, 175
  • Moulds for Casting, Jobson, 338
  • Separating, Spilsbury, 275
  • Meter, Tolhamen, 70
  • Meters, Rotary Fluid, Sturge and Sturge, 188
  • Mirror, Portable, Eyre, 263
  • Moistening Land and Extinguishing Fires, Claus, 298
  • Ilonuments, Sepulchural, Potts, 350
  • Morocco Leather, Manufacture of, Beamish, 102
  • Motion, Communicating, Kyle, 46
  • Motive Power, Joyeux, 153
  • Rotary Jones and Sherriff, 203
  • Transmitting, Robertson, 203
  • Wolfe, 44
  • Pedros, 263
  • Sleigh, 153
  • Jones, 153
  • Hughes, 46
  • Arnaud, 288
  • Engines, Joubcrt and Bordier, 102
  • Combining Air and Water as a, Jackson, 188
  • Application of Air to, Johnson, 4G Obtaining Continual, Herbelot, 236
  • Obtaining, Fontainemoreau, 102
  • Obtaining, Lang, 350
  • Outaining, Macpherson, 115
  • Obtaining, Clough, 298
  • Mortising, Tenoning, Moulding, Grooving, &c., Meyer, 315
  • Moulds for Casting, Howard, 126
  • Moulding, Kaberry and Horsefield, 26:3
  • Moulded Articles, Chance, 87
  • Moulding Planes, Bousfield, 236
  • Mules for Spinning, Cottain, 46
  • Self-acting, 230
  • &c., Brieriey, 203
  • Self-acting, Rothwell, 87
  • Self-acting, Oldfield, 153
  • Cauuce, 2u3
  • Self-acting, Kenworthy, 153
  • Self-acting, klarrop, Barlow, and Boyd, 46
  • Music Stands, Boosey, 315
  • Nail or Spike, Westley, 263
  • making Machines, Cutting Tools for, Norris, 350
  • Nails, Machinery, Fontainemoreau, 71
  • Heads of, Henn and Haddon, 175
  • Forging Wrought, Spikes, &c., Newton, 326
  • Nuts, Metallic, Harfield, 315
  • Screw, Harfield, 126
  • Cutting and Forging, Newton, 298
  • Oil Cake, buyck, 126
  • Extraction of, Murdoch, 46
  • Extraction of, Neuburger, 175
  • Lubricating, Bodnier, 126
  • Preparing, Cierville, 10
  • from Seeds, Newton, 320
  • from Coal, &c., Obtaining Purified, Newton, 261
  • Oily Matters, Treating Waste, Pollak, 70
  • Oils, Making Essential, Brambach, 126
  • Refining Cockkenuifeck, 327
  • Omnibus, Miller, 175
  • Walsh, 102
  • Ward, 126
  • Williams, 102
  • Haddan, 153
  • and Carriages, Roberts, 236
  • Omnibuses. Carey, 350
  • Ordnance, Construction of, Longridgc, 230
  • Sterling, 203
  • Ores, Treating Copper, Beudant, 288
  • Treatment of, Balmer, 175
  • Apparatus for Wa,hing, bIitchell, 188
  • Working of Metals, Weems and McCr indell, 338
  • Stampi..g, Ball, 203
  • Organs, Barrel, Pemberton, 350
  • Facilitating Performance on, &c.. Johnson, 46
  • Ornamental Surfaces on Glass, Rees, 188
  • Ornamenting Articles Made of Clay, Yenables, 154
  • Surfaces of Wood, Ivory, &c., Perron, 326
  • Ovens, Bakers', Tolhausen, 188
  • Biscuit Lange, 46
  • Truman, 203
  • Coke and Coke, Cox, 315
  • Porcelain, Bromley and Adams, 219
  • Paddle-wheels, Philp, 175
  • Parkhurst, 338
  • Paints and Pigments, Morton, 251
  • Paper, Barling, 22
  • bluschamp, 220
  • Paterson, 236
  • Folding, Newton, 236
  • and Textile Materials, Niven, 298
  • Paste for, Pastboard, Pariset, 153
  • and Pastboard, Chauchard, 153
  • Safety, Johnson, 34
  • Securing Sheets of, Morton, Cowley, 251
  • Straw, Newton, 288
  • Paving, Haichois, 236
  • Passage of Water, &c., Apparatus for the, Savory and Arkell, 153
  • Peeling Apples, &c., Appleton, 189
  • Penholder, Schelborn, 203
  • Penholders, Cohen, 203
  • Pen, Balance, Todd and Pinkney, 46
  • Holder Regulator, Herland, 338
  • holders, N olet, 188
  • Pens, Fountain, Johnson, 153
  • Meta the, Hiuks and Wells, 203
  • and Holders, Willey, 326
  • and Holders, Metallic, Willey, 350
  • Restoring Metallic Spoiled, Piniont, 188
  • Pegs, Cutting Wood, Dring, 70
  • Perambulators, Hine, 236
  • Photography, Thistlethwaitc, 326
  • Mayer, 298
  • Photographic Camera, Fowke, 333
  • Impressions, 011ey, 263
  • Painting, Poitebin, 46
  • Pictures, Schultz, 251
  • Piano-fortes, Owen, 87
  • Damper Action of, Moutrie, 139
  • Steednian, 139
  • Priestley, 275
  • Fingering the, Philoox, 70
  • Pilo Driving Machinery, korrison,175
  • Plea, Driving, Robertson and llowden, 126
  • Pipes, Drain, Kersey, 102
  • Drain, Kersey, 139
  • Overflow, Jennings, 34
  • Preventing the Bursting of, Squires, 102
  • for Smoking, Distin, 46
  • Pistons, Barker, 47
  • Cylinder, White, 263
  • Metallic, Knowles, 153
  • Packings, North and Peacock, 58
  • Planting Grain and Seed, 153
  • Playing Cards, Walker, 275
  • Plammeter, Improved, Budmer, 34
  • Planting Grain and Seed, Freer, 153
  • Plough, Evans, 350
  • Groley, 338
  • Ploughs, Smith, 131)
  • Moving, &c., 58
  • Ploughing Land, Fowler, 51)
  • and Tilling, Fowler, jun., and Greig, 153
  • Hoeing, &c., Coleman, 315
  • Plugs, Fusiable, Utticy, 34
  • Fusible, Mash, 263
  • Pneumatic Apparatus, Doran, 102
  • Moderator, Wilson, 34
  • Portfolios, Harvey, 46
  • Pouches, Percussion Cap, Bennet and Pays, 153
  • Primings used for Preparing Canvas, Wood, &c., Pontifex and Needham. 236
  • Preparing Fibres from Plants, Eives, 236
  • Hemp, Horsfail and Turnbull, 71
  • Paper, Bannehr, 236
  • Preparation of Hemp, &c., Homersham, 70
  • of Flour, Freeland, 70
  • Preparing Cotton, Holcroft, &c., Smith and Holcroft, 115
  • Cotton, Pettit, 203
  • Flax, Hemp, &c., Picciotto, 326
  • for Doubling Cotton, Thatcher, 87
  • Preservation of Metals, Oudry, 70
  • of Vegetable Matters, Cautelo, 275
  • Preserving Food, Marie, 350
  • and Packing Flour, Antrobus, 46
  • Life, Buoyant, Underhill, 298
  • Surfaces, Cook, 58
  • Timber, Jackson, 153
  • Wood, Biliinton, 236
  • Presses, Cottrill, 236
  • Copying, Carey, 203
  • for Packing, 350
  • Pressure Gauge, lsham, 102
  • Printing China, Illingworth, 327
  • on Cloth, Pietruni, 153
  • and Embossing, King, 102
  • ink Odoriferous, Rendering, Grant, 126
  • Music, Scheurmann, 315
  • Nature, Dresser, 34
  • Woven Fabrics, Bouvallet, 333
  • Machinery, Newton, 327
  • Musical Notes, Marzolo, 87
  • Surfaces, Glassford, 236
  • upon Woven Fabrics, &c., Newton, 315
  • Projectiles, Maissiat, 139
  • Newton, 350
  • Propellers, Alexandre, 59
  • Propeller, Dixon, 183
  • Propelling Boats, Hale, 126
  • Propeller. Submerged, Hamond, Carriages up Inclines, Castro, 326
  • and Steering Vessels, Micklethwaite, 58
  • Vessels, Chapman, 71
  • Vessels, Bartholomew, 126
  • Vessels, Tisdall, 338
  • Vessels, Carter, 345
  • Vessels, Galloway, 236
  • Propulsion, Land and Water, Newton, Protecting Metallic Surfaces, Rosenberg, Prussian Blue, Brunel, 219
  • Pulp for Paptr, Van den lout and Brown, 71
  • for Paper, &c., Van den Hout, 338
  • Pulping Materials, 326
  • Pulverising Land, Collins, 283
  • and Cleaning Land, Marsden, 338
  • Pump, Double Acting, Tolhausen, 58
  • Rotary, &c.. Engines, Newton, 236
  • Rotary, Newton, 298
  • Steam, Hawthorn, 130
  • Buckets, Kennedy, Myles and Eastwood, 34
  • Pumps, Logan, 175
  • Roberts, 236
  • Jennings, 203
  • Gedge, 126
  • Lift, Brooke, 251
  • Pumping, Newton, Materials for, Clarkson, 59
  • Purifying Animal Fibres, Martin and Newman, 298
  • Coal Gas, Basford, 293
  • Spirits, Hyde, 22
  • Turpentine, Bauzeinont, 338
  • Quadrants, Newton, 327
  • Quinine, &e., Horsley, 58
  • Rails, in Chairs, Fastening, Rye, 327
  • Fastening the Ends of, Stansbury, 253
  • Railway Bars, Fixing, Evan, 46
  • Bars, and Flanch Bearers, Ransom and George Biddell, 251
  • Brakes, Edwards, 188
  • Brake, Saffroy. 23
  • Chairs, Hostage and Tatlock, 50
  • Chairs, Robinson, 350
  • Chairs, Jobson, 10
  • Chairs, Morrell, 251
  • Chairs, Jones, 251
  • Chairs, Securing Rails, in Sands, 236
  • Carriages, Connecting, Demain, 275
  • Stock, Coupling, Sharp and Forsyth, 175
  • Railways, Chairs for, Perring, 275
  • Chairs, Securing Rails in, Sands, 236
  • Clay Switches and Crosses of, 1s8
  • Collisions on, Shaw, 10
  • Communicating on, Hallen, 47
  • Connecting the Rails of, Hurst, 103
  • Construction of, Bowers, 153
  • Constructinand Fixing the Rails of, Couplings,Railway Carriage, Newton, 203
  • Normandy, 139
  • Joining the Rails of, Brown, 275
  • Lock Joints for Rails of, Tolliausen, g7
  • Permanent Way of, Allen, 175
  • Permanent Ways of, Ramie, 236
  • Permanent Way of, Pickering, 87
  • Permanent Way of, Bergue, 87
  • Permanent Way of, Hamilton, 70
  • Permanent Way of, Burleigh, 102
  • Permanent Ways, Curtis, 315
  • Way, Dimpfell, 327
  • Way, Greaves, 315
  • Way and Wheels, Symons, 22
  • Prevention of Accidents on, Fontainemoreau, 70
  • Prevention of Collisions on, Lackersteen, 46
  • Rails and, Spink, 338
  • Rails for, Jowett, 126
  • Rails for, Talbot, 327
  • Rails for, Breech and Jeffreys, 71
  • Raywood, 298
  • Removing Snow from, Glover, 46
  • Removinif Snow from, Newton, 298
  • Sleepers tor, Greenshields, 28S Sleepers and Rails, Waite, 288
  • Stopping Trains, Guerinot, 102
  • Supporting Rails of, Spencer, 188
  • Sustaining the Rails of, Moate, 102
  • Switches, Richardson, 263
  • Switches, Rolling, Brown and Brown, 173
  • Switches, Clay, 188
  • Switches and Crosses of, 188
  • Wheels, Pole and Ritson, 69
  • Wheels, Curtis, 326
  • Wheels, Kitson, 236
  • Wheels, K rupp, 46
  • Working Switches, Brooman, 139
  • Wrought-iron Pins for, Sinclair, 350
  • Raising rap or Pile, Johnson, 219
  • Steam Boilers for, Golding. 10
  • the Nap and Dressing Woollen Cloths, Grey, 139
  • and Lowering Boat, Napier, 102
  • and Lowering Coals, &c., Walker, 34
  • Heavy Bodies, Heron, 326
  • Heavy Bodies, Haekworth, 298
  • Mud, Schwartzkoff, 126
  • Sunken Vessels, Newton, 22
  • Weights, Taylor. 58
  • and Lowering Weights, Morris, 241
  • Ramrods, Securing, Ladmore, 34
  • Ranges, Jones, Rowe, and Perrins, 126
  • Rasping and Chipping Dye Woods, Galloway, 315
  • Razor Blades, Heiffor, 275
  • Reaping Machines, Newton, 338
  • Machines, Campbell, 288
  • and Mowing Machines, Wilkinson, 102
  • Reducing India-rubber to a Liquid, Gidleys, 350
  • Reeling Machines, Lawson and Jennings, 87
  • Reflectors, Cooke, 46
  • Reflective Leveller, Barrie, 59
  • Reflection and Emission of Light, &c., for Lamps, Macdonald, 338
  • Registering Log, &e., Friend, 46
  • Regulus, Treating Argentiferous, Truman, 219
  • Regulator, Compensator, Weaving of Ribbons, 126
  • Regulating Water, &c., Lambert, 175
  • Releasing Cords of Blinds, Jackson, 70
  • Removing Scale from Flues, Lindsay, 251
  • Rendering Cotton Uninflammable, Maughan, 326
  • Substances Uninflammable, Brooman, 338
  • Wood Fire-proof, Maughan, 326
  • Respiration, Instruments for Aiding, Jeffreys, 263
  • Revolver, Tevis, 326
  • Rib Machine, Dewick, 326
  • Ribbed Cloth, Sichel, 153
  • Ribbons, Regulator-Compensator for Weaving of, Vignat, 126
  • Rigging for Vessels, Parkhurst, 139
  • Roads, Sweeping and Cleansing, Ferrier, 350
  • Roasting Jack, Symons, 51
  • Rock, Driving Galleries through, Penrice, 236
  • Rods, Stair, Rooke, 288
  • Rollers, Blind, Tall, 219
  • for Calico Printing, Mackelcan, 338
  • for Calico Printing, Jenkins, 236
  • for Printing l'abries, Wilkes and Wilkes, 326
  • for Printing Fabrics, Rippon, 236
  • for Spinning Machinery, Middleton, 47
  • Rolls for Rolling Steel, Copper, &c., Stanley and Company, 188
  • Rolling Metal, Meyer. 203
  • Roughings for Horses' Feet, Clarke, 22
  • Rupture, Treatment of, Hilles, 288
  • Safety Purses, Morgan. 203
  • Sails, Reefing, Dyer, 350, 288
  • Saltpetre, , 275
  • Salts, Precipitating Margueritte, 10
  • Sand and Glass Papers, Brooman, 22
  • Saucepans, Kettles, &c., Smith, 21
  • Saw Teeth, Walenn, 153
  • Saws, Adjusting Circular, Laxton, 251
  • Setting, Weston and Carter, 219
  • Sawing Apparatus, Barbour, 275
  • Machinery, Exall, 139
  • Seasoning Timber, Barlow, 275
  • Seed Crushing, Bodmer, 22
  • Separating Copper from the Ores, Ball, 219
  • Substances, Newton. 203
  • Metals, Spilsbury, 275
  • Fluidafrom Solids, Allman and Bethune, 338
  • Separation of Liquid, Thomson, Sewing Machine, Lobstein, 10
  • Machines, Hughes, 34
  • Machines, Foxwell, 87
  • Machines, Mitchell, Mitchell, and Clarkson. 126
  • Machines, Homan, 175
  • Needles, Bartlett, 188
  • Machines. Thomas, 219
  • Screws, Bower, 153
  • for Propelling vessels, Applying, Lynn, 139
  • Propellers, Driving, Napier and Miller, 102
  • Propellers, Samuelson, 175
  • Wrenches, Wilson, 338
  • Scythes, Boyd, 326
  • Shaping and Rolling Metal, Preston, 102
  • Silk Waste, Preparing, Olivier, 298
  • Skates, Redfern, 58
  • Thompson, 175
  • Shafts, Tubes, &c., Iron Rods, Newton, 59
  • Shafting Iron, Newman and Whittle, Shawls, Printing, Brooman, 350
  • Shuttle-boxes, Giving Motion to, Harker, 326
  • Ships, N c., Lamb and Ronald, 115
  • Apparatus for Increasing the Buoyancy of, Layton, 251
  • Propelling and Steering, Burnside, 251
  • Knees, Betteley, 58
  • Knees, Iron for, Betteley, 261
  • Keelsons, Thompson, 59
  • Retarding the Way of, Hall, 261
  • Shipbuilding, Iron, Toward, 102
  • Steam Boilers, Bridges, &c., Metal, Claus, 139
  • Shirts, Malteste, 59
  • Shirt Collars and Wristbands, Laurence, 326
  • Shoes, &c., Aimont, 298
  • Shutters, Fasteners for, Flint, 251
  • Folding Camera, Skaife, 350
  • Shuttle Tongues, Barton, 34
  • Shuttles, Wrigley and Norcliff, 34
  • Mellodew and Duxbury, 275
  • Signal Apparatus, Palmer, 188
  • Bell, Gulliver and Goldthorpes, 139
  • Signals, Alarm, 58
  • Communicating, Brac, 350
  • for Railways, Exploding, Cottam, 46
  • Fog, Williams. 288
  • for Railways, Fog, Curtis, 22
  • Telegraph, Maddison, 251
  • Signalling, Railway. Ingal and Browne, 87
  • Trains in Motion, Locke, 47
  • Skins, Graining and Chequering, Legrand, 139
  • Sleepers, Treating Wooden, Billington, 154
  • Slide Lathes, Muir, 139
  • Sliding Tube for Candles, &c., Liley. 219
  • Slips for the Repair of Ships, Law, 70
  • and Ways, and Apparatus for Hauling up Ships, White, 2.36
  • Steel, Stirling. 203
  • Small•arms, 31ilitary, Preston, 87
  • Small Shot, Charritic and Smith, 219
  • Smoke, Consuming, Descos, 102
  • Consuming, Pontonerie, 298
  • Consumption of, Fleming and Fyie, 102
  • Conbumption of, Lodge,. Ogden, and Lodge, 175
  • Soap, Gosbage, 102
  • Suds, Schaeffer, 203
  • Thomas, 126 _
  • Clayton, 219
  • Soap, Manufacture of, Royds, 298
  • Manufacture of, Oossage, 338
  • and Lubricating Material, 102
  • Soda, Carbonate of, Stott, 10
  • Manufacture of, Stevenson and Williamson, 58
  • &c.. Manufacture of, Barrow, 175
  • Soap-Suds, Treating, Rochette, 153
  • Soldering Cast-Iron, Davies, 251
  • Sowing Seed, Field and Jeffreys, 350
  • Spheres, Artificial, Betts, 350
  • Spikes and Bolts, Bloomer, 288
  • Spindles, Mills, 175
  • Spinning Cotton, &c., Beads, 15S Cotton, Tyso. 203
  • Cotton and Silk Waste Blackburn, 275
  • Preparing and Spinning, Booth and Beckett, 126
  • Fibrous Materials, McCoy and Hare, 315
  • Fibrous Materials, 338
  • Mules for, Barlow, 68
  • Fibrous Substances, Newton, 326
  • Rollers Employed in Spinning, Dreschfeld 102
  • Machinery, Bennett and Dugdale, 139
  • Weighting Rollers for Opening, 58
  • Wool, Spinning, Ratcliffe, 126
  • Lister, 261
  • and Drying Yarns, Preparing, Leach's, 153
  • and Doubling, Lees, and Newton, 58
  • Cotton, Lakin, Thompson, Fitton and Fitton, 350
  • Wool, Elliott, Leach, and Ratcliffe, 126
  • and Doubling, Ellis, 236
  • Wool, &c., Vimont, 275
  • and Donbling, Machinery for, Mowbray, 153
  • Doubling Machinery, Platt, 154
  • Spittoon, Be eon, 22
  • Splitting Blocks of Wood, 298
  • Spoons and Forks. Cope, 203
  • Forks, &c., 59
  • Springs, Buffer and Draw, Turton, 102
  • for Carriages, &c., Hooper, 102
  • Carriage, Wright and Gorrerry, Wright, 288
  • India-rubber, Preaud, 34
  • Railroad Carriage, 139
  • for Railway Carriages, 126
  • Stamp Inking Apparatus, Cadet, 338
  • Stamps, Damping Gummed, Schafer and Schiffer, 139
  • Starch, Maughan, 275
  • British Gum, &c., Reckitt and Reckitt, 139
  • Saccharafication of, Pittman, 59
  • Stays and Corsets, Sangster, 46
  • Steel, Fontaine, 10
  • Cast, Brown, 139
  • Steam Boiler, Jackson, 251
  • Boiler Apparatus, Hopkinson, 236
  • Boilers, Routlidge, 275
  • Boilers, Drury, 189
  • Engine Boilers, Iron Ships, and Boats, Wright, 188
  • Engines, Rowan, 22
  • Engines, Barber, 139
  • Engines, Joule, 139
  • Engines, Johnson, 153
  • Engines, Young, 175
  • Engines, Normand, 188
  • Engines, Barrans, 263
  • Engines, Swift and Derham, 275
  • Engines, Wilkinson, 275
  • Engines, Lawrie, 298
  • Engines, Charlton and Turnbull, 327
  • and Vapour Engines, Samuel and Nicholson, 236
  • Engines, Portable, Hart, 58
  • Engines, Portable, Fowler and McCollin, 326
  • Engine, Rotary, Barratt, 219
  • Engine, Rotary, Offahus, 34
  • Engine, Rotary, Newton, 236
  • Engines, Rotary, Graftiaux, 275
  • Engines, Rotary, Moret, 275
  • Rotary Engines, Newton, 350
  • Engine, Rotative, Bouwens, 264
  • Engines, Superheated Steam, Siemens, 350
  • Engines, Transformation of Movement in, Guidecelli, 139
  • Steam Generating, Perkins, 34
  • Generating, Coxeter, 47
  • Generating, Duppa, 58
  • Generating, Comstock, 71
  • Generating, Webber, 219
  • Generating and Heating, Longbottom and Longmaid, 102
  • Production of, Allman and Bethune, 275
  • Raising, Golding, 10
  • Regulating Pressure of, Jones, 275
  • Steel, Cast, Brown, 139
  • Steam Steel, Cast, Brooman, 139
  • Gilding and Ornamenting,Dufresne, 326
  • Manufacturing, Newton, 251
  • Manufacture of, Fontaine, 10
  • Pens, Prince, 236
  • Tempering, Thomas, 126
  • Wire, Smith. 375
  • Steering Apparatus, Pegg, 188
  • Apparatus, Wilkinson, 338
  • Stereoscopic Figures, Animating, Jundzill, 338
  • ••• M.P Stereotyping, Hogg and Napier, 251
  • Stiffening Cotton, &c., Leigh, 251. Stilt for Casks, Dalgetty, 102
  • Stone, Artificial, Coignet, 10
  • rtificial, Owen, 338
  • Boring, Tolbausen, 87
  • Sawing and Cutting Slate,. &c., Ellis, 34
  • Sawing or Cutting, Petitpierre, 188
  • Stones, Hardening, Gilbee, 102
  • Stop Cocks or Taps, Stroud, 264
  • Stove, Witter, 126
  • Brooks, 203
  • Gas,Goode, 102
  • Graes, Hoole, 87
  • Hald, 47
  • Owen, 59
  • Goode,102
  • Scudamore, 139
  • Hicks, 286
  • Riddell. 315
  • Cooking, Jeffries, 263
  • Ranges, and Boilers, Steven, 139
  • Straps, Driving, Holmes, 46, 154
  • Straw-Shaking Apparatus, Maggs, 175
  • Stuffing Seats, Cushions, &c., Brooman, :315
  • Sugar Curing, Aspinall, 48,154
  • Sugar, Filtering, &c., Final, Needham and Barton, Sugar Manufacture, Richard, 188
  • Sugars, Melting and Filtering, Leitch, 34
  • Sulphate Alumine, Treatment, Moll, 139
  • Sulphuric Acid, Gossage, 275
  • Sun Blinds, Lea, 327
  • Supplying Water to Boilers, Mellor and Young, 275
  • Water to Cisterns, Getley. Suspending Insulated Wires, Clark. Sustaining the Human Body in Water, Whitehead, 251
  • Syphon, Smith, 315
  • Siphons, Gedge, 153
  • Sweeping Floors, Ker, 102
  • Tables, Stools, &c., Samain, 87
  • Tackle-blocks, Leverson, 338
  • Tanning, Newton, 68
  • Sautelet, 59
  • Tanning, Skins, Funeke, 102
  • by Machinery and Chemicals, Riddle and Boyd, 298
  • White. 102
  • Taps and Valves, Cartwright, 46
  • for Liquids, Maxwell, 328
  • Plated Teapots. er.e., Cornforth, 236
  • Teeth, Artificial, Trueman, 59
  • Telegraph Printing. Johnson. 203
  • Telegraphing, Tyer, 46
  • Insulator, Woodman, 126
  • Messages, Humaston, 22
  • Telegraphs, Posts for Electric, Hamilton, 70
  • Tenoning and Mortising Machines, Baptiste, 236
  • Tents, Huts, ace., Construction of, Rock, 34
  • Thermometric Apparatus, Gauntlett, 251
  • Thinning and Hoeing Turnips, Huckvale, 288
  • Thrashing Machine, Fowler and McCollin, 102
  • Threads, Winding, Gedge, 327
  • Throstles, Bleasdale, 102
  • and Marquis, McGregor, 236
  • Tiles, Dumas, 188
  • Gedge, 315
  • Ornamental, Roberts, 236
  • Roofing, Gregory, 288
  • Roofing and other, Pockson, 87
  • Bricks, 8ce., Nasmyth and Minton, 264
  • Tillers, Johnson, 46
  • Tilling Land, Lawes. 288
  • Land, Howard and Baker, 328
  • Tin, Bending and Soldering, Gedge, 87
  • Plates, Nasmyth and Brown, 338
  • Timber, Shaping, Brooman, 288
  • Tobacco, Machinery for Pressing and Cutting, Fisher, 87
  • Treating, Wallace and Sowell, 153
  • Pipe Stems, Davis, 2G3
  • Transmitting Communications, Harrison, 71
  • Motion, Dewar, 175
  • Motive Power, Rankin, 219
  • Transport of Goods, Moseley, 71
  • Transparent Substances, Applying Internal Reflection to, Blake, 315
  • Travelling Bag, Keller, 126
  • Treating Pictures, Hall, 203
  • Trowsers, Cutting, Clarke, 153
  • and Drawers, Merrett, 126
  • Trunks, Last, 175
  • Trusses, Sandere's, 46
  • Tube, Elastic Metallic, Webster, 251
  • Tubes, Metallic. Hatton, 350
  • Spinning Frame, Emsley, 139
  • Metallic, Cutler, 326
  • Polishing Metallic, Potts and Vann, 298
  • of Copper and Alloys, Wilkes, 275
  • and Pipes, Brooman, 298
  • Tubing, Elastic, Turner, 163
  • Tunnels, Submarine, Vacherot, 288
  • Turnips, Cutting, &c., Bentall, 59
  • Pulping, 8:e., Bentall, 46
  • Tuycres, Corbett, 47
  • Typographical Composition, Beniowski, 298
  • Tyres, Johnson, 263
  • Cast-steel, Howell, 350
  • Hoops, Ite., Finishing, Brooman, 298
  • India-rubber, Fuller, 251
  • Umbrellas, Apparatus for Receiving Wet, Tyennan, 12G and Parasols, Sangster, 153
  • Vacuum, Creating a, Brooman, 175
  • Valves, Hindle, 58
  • Routledge, 59
  • Lloyd, 87
  • Wailes, 126
  • Perreaux, 298
  • Furnevall, 298
  • Actuating Gas or Water, Wailes, 219
  • for Pumps, Box and, Palmer, 188
  • Safety, Walker, 126
  • Screw Stop, Gardimal, 220
  • Slide, Brooman, 203
  • Slide, Tolhausen, 59
  • Slide, Ellis, 87
  • Slide, Barrow, 87
  • Slide, Ryder, 188
  • Slide, Mills, 236
  • Working, Mash, 102
  • Vehicles, Stopping. Murphy. 203
  • Vegetables, Crushing, Devaus, 46
  • Substances from Mixed Fabrics, Recovering the, Southam, Stead, and Martin, 236
  • Vessels and Filters, Carey. 203
  • Velvets, Cut, Murdoch, 188
  • Dressing and Finishing, &c., Smith and Craven, 288
  • Stretching, Oppenheimer, 175
  • Ventilation. Wadsworth, 203
  • Ventilating, Salter, 46
  • Bakewell Hill, 59
  • Clarke, 58
  • Ships, Hubert, 326
  • Steam Vessels, Wye Williams, 219
  • Tunnels, Mines, &c., Marsden, 46
  • Ventilators, Miller, 115
  • Vibration, Prevention of, Haines, 46
  • Vices, Davis and Davis, 87
  • Dalgetty, 87
  • Meyer, 219
  • Vinegar, Manufacture of, Gerbaut, 126
  • Walls, Constructing and Facing, Taylor, 139
  • Warming Buildings, Perkins, 34
  • by Steam, Gold, 251
  • Warps, Leasing, Bullough, 35
  • Wash-hand Basins, Plug for, Bridgwood, 251
  • Wash Waters, Treating, Yates, 327
  • Washing and Churning, Comes, 175
  • Machines, Newton 46
  • Minerals, Lloyd, 264
  • Rags, Holdin, 350
  • Wool, Stott, BeIwood, and Findlow, 338
  • Waste of Wool, Treating the Spun, Sherwood, 153
  • Water, Obtaining Fresh from Salt, Normandy, 327
  • Water-Closets, Ship, Williams, 46
  • Henderson, 263
  • Harlow, 350
  • Waterproofing Material, Ford, 46
  • Stuffs, Muratori, 126
  • Water-carts, Carey, 288
  • Metre, Jopling, 175
  • Power, Burrell, 2343
  • Watches and Chronometers, Stewart and Pritchard, 47
  • and Timekeepers, Tolhausen, 219
  • Measure, 275
  • Wearing Apparel, Ladies, Brooman, 350
  • Weaving, Thomson, 203
  • Lean and Thomson, 58
  • by Electric Power, Johnson, 203
  • Whytlaw and Steven, 34
  • Whytlaw and Mitchell, 327
  • Robertson, 263
  • Drew and Gray, 338
  • Somerville, 350
  • Horse Cloths, Drieu, 315
  • Ornamental, Gilchrist, 126
  • Ornamental, Strang, 175
  • Lister, 251
  • Weighing Apparatus, Hamilton, 58
  • Wells, Windmills, or Engines, Zahn and Wells, 139
  • Winding Fibrous Materials, Knowles, 10
  • Yarn, Machines for, Harrison and Odars, 102
  • Yarns, Winding, Kaselowsky, 153
  • Windlasses, Capstans, Johnson, 10
  • Windlasses, Ships, Gardissal, 188
  • for Working Ploughs, Smith, !)eri, Window Blinds, Ornamental, Cornides, 326
  • Windmills or Engines, Zahn, 139
  • or Engines, 53
  • Wire, Cocker, 34
  • Wheelbarrows, Prades, 188
  • Wheels, &c., Olire, 10
  • and Axle, Swift, 48
  • and Tyres, Railway, Owen, 70
  • for Locomotives, &c., Manufacture of Murray, 188
  • Railway, Heyns, 276
  • Wrought-Iron, Gedge, 71
  • Wool from Fabrics, Recovering the, Brade, 70
  • Mattrasses, Hair and, Heal, 338
  • from Burrs, Freeing, Baird, 327
  • Treating the Spun Waste of, Sherwood, 153
  • Yarns. Printing. Whytock, 298
  • Yarn from Wool, Manufacture of, Tolhauscn, 71
  • New, Cowper, 275
  • Twisting and Reeling, Garnett, 264
  • Yarns, Doubling or Twining, Platt and Whitaker, 275
  • Finishing, Brook and Hirst, 153
  • Machinery for Doubling, Blackwood, 338
  • Sizing, Bullough, 58
  • Treatment of, Pilling, 288
  • Treatment of, Neilson, 326
  • Twisting and Doubling, Brierley, 153
  • Warping, Clegg and Kay, 154
  • Winding, Parker, 236
  • Winding, Sizing, and Beaming, Binns, 338
  • Zinc or Spelter, Darlington, 59 Manufacture of, Newton, 139 Producing Oxide of, Darlington, 87 White, Titterton, 215 and Zinc White, Titterton, 315

Inventions Protected for Six Months by the Deposit of a Complete Specification

  • Arnier, Louis, Condensing Hot Air and Obtaining Motive Power therefrom, 127
  • Bancroft, Peter, and S. White, Oily Substances, 235
  • Bousfield, George T., Steam-Engines, 235
  • Chateauneuf, Hector Grand de, 351
  • Dumery, C. J., Smoke Preventing, 203
  • Duncan, J. W., Generation of Steam, 102
  • McCarton, W., Drying Corn, 175
  • Needham, William, and James Kite, 327
  • Norman, Lewis, Printing Music, 235
  • Ochs, Lazare, Paper, 189
  • Porteous, Dundas Smith, Regulating the Pressure of Gas, &c., 10
  • Porteous, D. S., a Rotatory Engine, 59
  • Robson, J. W., Water-Closets and Pump, 59
  • Verel, William Aristides, Pulverising Hoofs and Horns for Manure, 127
  • Worthington, Henry R., Fluid Metre, 59

Abstracts of Specifications - Names

  • Abel, Alfred, Stopping Teeth, 300
  • Abraham, Henry Robert, Carriage, 89
  • Achard, Auguste, Electricity as a Motive Power, 94
  • Adams, John, Time and Work Indicator, 50
  • Adams, Wm. B., Carving Wood, &c., 242
  • Adams, Wm. B., Locomotive Engines, 116
  • Adamson George, Crane or Jenny, 220
  • Adcock, J., Indicating Distance Travelled, 238
  • Advielle, Louis Benoit, Silvering. 318
  • Airey, Daniel, and William Henry Lackabane, Rotating Steam Engines, 88
  • Allan, Thos., Correcting Compasses, 156
  • Allan, Alexander, Valve Gear, 89
  • Allan, Thomas, Electricity, 328
  • Allan, William, Vehicles, 89
  • Almgill, T., Printing on Calico, &c., 89
  • Allman, F., Producing Steam, 276
  • Anderson, John, Shirts. 116
  • Archer, Charles Maybury, Paper, 340
  • Archer, Frederick S , Photography, 161
  • Ardouin, Alfred, Capsuling Machine, 300
  • Arnier, Louis, Motive Power, 155
  • Asbury, Jacob Vale, Neutralising the Effect of Collisions, 35
  • Ashton, John, Self-actors for Spinning, 264
  • Aston, C. P., Breech-Loading Fire-arms, 176
  • Aston, William Henry, and Samuel Hopkinson, Furnaces and Steam Boilers, 315
  • Atherton, John, and William Boyes, Looms for Weaving, 157
  • Atkinson, Edwin S., Muriatic Acid Gas, 71
  • Atkinson, M., and B. Ridge, Boilers, 204
  • Angier, Joseph Francois Victor, Extracting Aroma from Plants, &c., 222
  • Austen, A. J., Candles, 162
  • Avery, John, Securing Drawers, 158
  • Avery, John, Securing Doors and Grates,158
  • Avery, John, Handles for Augers, 161
  • Avery, John, Exhausting and Closing Vessels, 161
  • Avery, William, Straps or Bands, 155
  • Avery, John, Sewing Machines, 161
  • Avery, John. Windlasses, 89
  • Ayckbourn, F., Brushing Boots, &T., 253
  • Babbitt, Benjamin Talbot, Soap, 328
  • Bachoffner, George Henry, Public Erections for Advertising, 103
  • Bag,,,,s, J., and IL F. Osman, Steam Engines, 276
  • Bailey, Benjamin, Knitted Fabrics, 90
  • Bailey, William, and John Qttarniby, Carding Cotton, be., 239
  • Bain, Alexander, Distributing Liquids, 161
  • Baker, G., and C. Miller, Repster Stoves, 221
  • Baker, W. E., Sewing Machines, 161
  • Balestrini, P. A., Telegraphs, 160
  • Balk, William, Steam Engines, 35
  • Ball, Henry, Gun-sights, 328
  • Ball, W., and J. Wilkins, Warp Fabrics, 89
  • Bancroft, Peter, Earth Oil, 300
  • Baptiste, Armand Jean, Steam Engines, 327
  • Baragnon, P. L. P., Reckoning Coin, 160
  • Barber, Benjamin, John Butterfield, and Thomas Austin, Mangles, 176
  • Barber, John, Steam Engines, 155
  • Barbior, C. Jean Baptiste, Kilns for Bricks, &e., 328
  • Barclay, A., Indicating Pressure, 315
  • Barlow, H. Bernouilli, Spinning and Doubling Cotton, 221
  • Barnes, W., Rails for Railways, 315
  • Baron, W., J. Lang, and H. Liversage, Dressing Yarns, 110
  • Barrows, J., Furnaces, 276
  • Barry, E., Piano-Fortes, Organs, Seraphines, 74
  • Barry, H. Heaton, Combing and Carding, 90
  • Barry, P. G., Treatment of Shale, 206
  • Bartlett, '1'., Drilling Stone, 158
  • Bartlett, T., Drilling or Boring, 177
  • Beattie, J., Mattrebs, 89
  • Beattie, J., Furnaces, 204
  • Beattie, J., Railway Wheels and Axles, 220
  • Beaumont. H. B., Huts, Vehicles, &c., 264
  • Beckett, J., and W. Seed, Spinning Cotton, 35
  • Bedelis, Caleb, Elastic Fabrics, 90
  • Bell, It., Woven Fabrics, 339
  • Belay, Julien Arnold, Earthenware and China, 85
  • Bellamy. J., Ornamental Surfaces, 252
  • Belleville, Julien F., Smoke Consumers, 237
  • Bellford, Auguste E. L., Grinding Mills, 91
  • Bellford, Auguste E. L., Percussion Guns, 159
  • Bellford, Auguste E.L., Governor for Steam Engines, 175
  • Bellford, Auguste, E. L., Paddle-wheels, 176
  • Bellford, Auguste E L., Hats,' 221
  • Benfield, John Aaron, Propelling Vessels, 89
  • Bentham, J., Looms, 299
  • Bentley, Thomas, Heating Water, 159
  • Bentley, William H., Cannon, Guns, &c., 316
  • Benton, Robt.,Obtaining Motive Power, 237
  • Benvenuti, Francois F , Typography, 222
  • Bernard, Julian, Boots and Shoes, 222
  • Bertinetti, Pietro, Projectile,91
  • Bessemer, Henry, Railway ars, 238
  • Bessemer, Henry, Railway Wheels, 238
  • Bessemer, H., Metal Beams, Girders, &c., 240
  • Bessemer, Henry. Pojectiles, 240
  • Bessemer, Henry, Cast Steel, 242
  • Bessemer, Henry, Anchors. 242
  • Bethell, J., Preserving Meat, Fish, &c., 50
  • Betemann, Henry John, Tables, 92
  • BotJemann, Henry J., Expanding Tables, 317 Betteley. Joseph, Chain Cables, 176
  • Bevan, John, Projectiles, 252
  • Biddell, G. A., Railway Crossings, 204 Bieletleld, Charles F., Saddle Trees, 60 Binning, James, Presses, 317
  • Bird, James, Biscuits, 178
  • BlIssett, John, Fire-arms, 176
  • Blackburn, R., Bleaching, 156
  • Blum, Michael. Hood, 155
  • Boase, H. S., Drying Organic Substances, 74 Bodmer, R.. Rotatory Steam-Engines, 88 Borland, John Yuil, Spinning, 316
  • B0808, William, Looms for Weaving, 3.5 Booth J., Drilling. 162
  • Bouchard, E. C. Z., Gas, 177
  • Boucherie, Henri, Impregnating Wood, 178 Boudiere, L., Boats, 276
  • Bouchet, F., Moving Heavy Bodies, 204 Bouillotte, Jules C. A., Copying-Press, 318 Bousfleld, George T., Boots and Shoes, 62 Bousfleld, Geo. Tomlinson, Cutting Wood, 91 Bousfleld, Geo. Tomlinson, Power-looms, 239 Bousfleld. Geo. Tomlinson, Fabrics, 239 Bousfleld, Geo. T., Surface Condensers, 251 Bousfleld, G. T., Shafts, 299
  • Bousfleld, G. T., Safety Coal-hole Cover, 316 Bousfield, Geo. Tomlinson, Breech-loading Fire-arms, 316
  • Bousfleld, G. T., Locks for Fire-arms, 221 Bracegirdle, Chas., Dressing Flour, 352 Bradley, Lonsdale, Reaping Machines, 90 Bramwell, Jas., and John Crawford, Ordnance, 316
  • Brassear, U. J., Winding Weft, 204 Brecheux, Etienne Andre Napoleon, Axle-tree for Carriages, 351
  • Bridgewater, William, Roofing Tiles, 91 Bridson, Thos. Ridgway, Textile Fabrics, 299 Brig5 ht, C. T., and E. B. Bright, Telegraphs, 20
  • Brierley, Henry, Mules, 238, 299 Britten, Bashley, Projectiles,103 Broadbent. T., jun., Filtering Liquids, 92 Brooman, Richard A., Figured Net, 23 Brooman, Richard Archibald, Securing Wheels upon Axles, 35
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, Gutta Percha Valves, &c., 59
  • Brooman, Richard A., Pipes and Tubes, 93
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, Paper, Pasteboard, and Pulp, 94
  • Brooman, Richard A. Casting Mortars, 159
  • Brooman, Richd. Archibald, Umbrellas, 162 Brooman, Richard Archibald, Regulating Water in Boilers, 220
  • Brooman, Richd. Archibald, Raw Silk, 204
  • Brooman, R. Archibald, Motive Power, 276 Brooman, Richd. Archibald, Fire Arms, 276 Brooman, It. A., Knitting Machinery 204 Brooman, Richd. A., Preserving Food, 206 Brooman, R. A., Knitting Machinery, 315 Brooman, Richard Archibald, Gas, 340 Brooman, R. A., Measuring Liquids, 341
  • Brough, Nehemiah, Clasps and Buckles, 92
  • Brown, C. A., Brick-making Machinery, 300 Brown, D., and J. Brown, Bayonets, 159 Brown, John H., Ball Cartridges, 159 Brown, William, Combing Wool, 90 Brownfoot, W., Raising Blinds, Maps, &c., 92 Brown, Walter, Metal Casks, 160
  • Brown, William, Paper Bags, 162
  • Brown, J.. M., and T. Brown, Folding Chairs, 241
  • Bufnoir. George, Bottles, 94
  • Bull, H., Permanent Way, 176
  • Bull, J. H., Inkstands, 177
  • Bullough, J., R. Willan, and J. Walmsley, Warping, 35
  • Burdess, A., Feeders for Lubricating Machinery, 74
  • Burgin, T., Ledger Hand Rest, 318
  • Burke, Francis, Preparing Fibres, 71
  • Burridge, G., Preparation of Glass, 316 Burrows, Ezra Washington, Steam-Engines, &c., 47
  • Burrows, J., Winding Coals, 318
  • D Bussac, upont de,Combination of Hyd riod c Acid with Tannic Acid, 161
  • Butcher, Matthew, and T. H. Newry, Bobbins, 157
  • Butler, Thomas, Locks, 130
  • Butterworth, E., Preparing, Spinning and Doubling, 252
  • Byrne, C., Preparation for Sandwiches, 62
  • Card, J. T., Steam Engines, 203
  • Caldow, James, and J. B. A. McKinnell, Cutting Vegetable Substances, 50
  • Calvert, F. C., Treating Slags, 162
  • Calvert, Edmund, and Sidney Ashton Smith, Carding-Engines, 328
  • Calvert, F. Grace, Treatment of Slags, 300
  • Capron, C. E., Cupping Apparatus, 162
  • Careless, E., Artificial Leather 162
  • Carrington, Samuel Ratcliffe, Mats, 340
  • Chance, J. T., and H. Adcock, Smelting, 162
  • Chappuis, P. E., Reflectors, 276
  • Chadwick, David, H. Frost, G. Hanson, and J. Chadwick, Motive Power Engine, 222 Chadwick, Jamas, Carding Cotton, 221 Charton, P. E., Manometer, 162
  • Chalmers, D., Cutting Pile Fabrics, 205 Chandler, Henry, Roasting Jacks, 177 Chattaway, E. D., Buffing and Coupling, 50 Chloss, Joseph, Mounting for Bags, 317 Church, William, Fire-arms, 176
  • Church, William, Ordnance, 240
  • Claijs, Theodore Augustin, Corks, &c., 242 Clarke, C., Roughinga for Feet of Horses, 330 Clarke, Charles F., and Manoah Bower, Bolts and Fastenings, 327
  • Clark, C., and J. Clarke, Bootsand Shoes, 159 Clark, James, Wheels for Capstans, &c., 351 Clark, John, Cooking, 240
  • Clarke, John Pretty, Metallic Reels, 80 Clarke, John, Loop Fabrics, 90
  • Claus, Charles, Hides and Skins, 101 Clay, Wm., Manufacturing Forged Iron, 23 Clement, Jules H., Railway Breaks, 238 Clerville, John Julius Clero do, Painting, 328 Clive, J. C., Photography, 206
  • Clunes, Thomas, Pumps, 94
  • Cochran, Robert, Clay for Potter's use, 62 Cockings, James Septimus, and Ferdinand Potts, Sockets for Whips and Candles, 242 Coghlan, John, Artificial Teeth, 161
  • Coiguet, Francois, Plastic Materials, 328 Colby, Hall, Self-adjusting Quadrant, 94 Coles, Wm. Fletcher, Boots and Shoes, 92 Collier, George, Piled Fabrics, 158
  • Collier, George, Weaving Plush, 157 Collier, George, Weaving Carpets, Sze., 299
  • Collier, George, and James William Crossley, Hot-pressing Apparatus, 327
  • Collier George, and James William Crossley, Treating Yarns, 328
  • Collier, G., W. Barney, and R. Horsfall, Drying Wool, 252
  • Cormain, T. T., Tiles, 158
  • Conner, George, Brushes, 92
  • Connor. J. ,Signalling Railway Trains, &c., 23 Co317ok, R., Punching, Riveting, and Shearing, Cooke, E., Moulds used in Casting, 103 Cooke, George, Flyers, 316
  • Cooke, W., Cleaning Knives, 328
  • Cooke, W., Light Reflectors, 341
  • Cooley, R. Barlow, Hats, 103
  • Cooling, T. A., Pumps, 162
  • Cooper, T. R., Obtaining Motion, 276 Cornes, John, Consuming Smoke, 155 Cornides, L., Impressions of Prints, 206 Cornforth, Henry, Hooks and Eyes, 222
  • Cotsell, George, Gutter and Kerb, 317 Cotton, William, Looped Fabrics, 239 Copland, G., Destruction of Bugs, 206 Cottrill, J., Washing, &c., Fabrics, 299 Cottrell, J. S., Washing, &R., Fabrics, 299 Coulson, John, Ventilating Mines, 47
  • Coulsen, Sam., Tea Pots, &.c., 206 Cousens, Robert Booty, Casks, 178 Coutinbo, Adolph, Motive Power, 237 Cox, E. Godefroid, Cleaning Cotton, 316 Cox, R. Reeves, Artificial Fuel, 300 Craig, W. Grindley, Consuming Smoke, 88 Cramer, W., Propelling Vessels, 156
  • Craig, W., Grinsley, Springs, 299 Crampton, Thomas Russell, Furnaces, 351 Crankshaw, R., Sizing Warps, 205
  • Craven, T., and M. Pickles, Weaving, 257 Craven, Thomas, Furnace Bars, 176 Crawford, Robert, Weaving, 157 Crickmay, Charles, and Frederick Joseph Clown, Guns and Pistols, 252
  • Crosse, Robert Augustus, Type, 222
  • Crossley, Henry, Projectiles, 35
  • Crossley, NI illiam, Gas Meters, 300
  • Crossley, W., and S. Beaumont, Cement, 240
  • Crum, Charles, and C. Paul, Bread, 328
  • Culpin, Thomas, Fluids and Gases, 328
  • Cunliffe, Samuel, Treating Flax, 127
  • Cuncliffe, Samuel, Weaving Fabrics, 299
  • Cunningham, H. D. P., Reefing Sails, 88
  • Curtis, Matthew, and John Wain, Preparing Cotton, &c., 176
  • Daft, Thomas Barnabas, Inkstands, 93 Dale, J., Waste Products, 206
  • Dalman, George James, Earthenware, 94 Dameron, L., Carriages, 156
  • Dauduran, Jean J., Diving Apparatus, 161 Dauchell, F. L. H., Pressure of Steam, 317 Davies, David, Heating Buildings, 91 Davis, G. Flow of Liquids, &c., 317 Davis, William, Furnace Bars, 317 Davoust, Jean, Cartridges, 340
  • Dawson, Thomas, Bedsteads, &c., 91 Defries, Coleman, Roof Lamps, 327 Deacon, H., Carbonate of Ammonia, 206 De la Rue, Thomas, Printing Inks, 161 De la Rue, Warren, Naphtha, 177 Delperdange, Victor, Tubes and Pipes, 116 Demi!, Francois Modeste, Preservation of Animal Substances, &c., 241
  • Deming, James Harvey, Projectiles, 221 Denner, J., Consumption of Smoke, &c., 241 Denton, Joseph, Looms, 327
  • Denton, William, Drawing Wool, 157 Dering, G. E. Galvanic Batteries, 340 Derriey, J. J., Lozenges, &c., 59
  • Deschamps, Cassimir, and C. Vilcoq, Diving Boat, 88
  • Destibeaux, J. H., Waterproof Fabric, 204 Devaux, A. C. Louis, Granaries, 299 Devy, Philippe Amedde, Hair Fabrics, 116 Dewdney, G., Protector for the Chest, &c.,177 Dewrame, John, Pianofortes, 241
  • Dick, David, Textile Fabrics, 352
  • Dickens, T., Doubling and Throwing Silk, 221
  • Dickens, T., Spinning and Doubling, 238 Dickinson, John, Paper, 222
  • Distin, W. Alfred, Wind Instruments, 340 Dobson, Arthur, Linen Fabrics, 315 Dodds, Thomas, Furnaces, 155
  • Dodds, T. Weatherburn, Fire-Arms, 240 Dodge, N. Shattswell, Waterproofing, 299 Draper, Daggett Ebenezer, and George Draper, Vessel or Can, 161
  • Dray, William, Baking, 318
  • Drayson, Henry Edwin, Gunpowder, 264 Dubrulle, Andre, Safety-Lamps, 161 Dugdale, A., Locomotive; Engines, 89 Dugdale, A., Locomotive Engines, 299 Dumerv, Constant Jouffroy, Smoke-Preventing, &c., 242
  • Duncan, John Wallace, Application of Steam for Propelling, 88
  • Duncker, Franz, Despatch Distributor, 300
  • Dunlop, C. T., Oxide of Manganese, 341
  • Dunn, Thomas, Fire-Arms, 352
  • Dupont, Louis Narcisse, Drap de Soie, 90
  • Durant, A. H A., Distance Indicator, 156
  • Durant, Anguish Honour Augustus, Saving Property from Fire, 178
  • Durant, A. H. A. Cleaning Chimneys, 178
  • Durant, A. H. A., Castor Oil, 35
  • Durham, George, and Cornelius Wyatt, Grease for Lubricating Axles, 177
  • Dyke, Thomas, Grass-Cutting Machines, 221
  • Eastwood, James, Removing Slabs, 299
  • Eaton, J., Shuttles, 201
  • Eassie, William, Hammers, 328
  • Eavestaff, William Glen, Pianofortes, 241
  • Edge, Thomas, Gas Meters, 159
  • Edwards, Frederic Howorth, Obtaining Motive Power, 50
  • Effcrtz, Peter, Marking Paper, Card, &c., 93
  • Mertz, Peter, Bricks, &c., 158
  • Elce, John, Self-acting Mules, 251
  • Elce, J., and G. Hammond, Lamp Wicks, 328
  • Elkington, Charles James Cheatley, Alleys of Metals, 47
  • Ellis, John, Ammonia, Charcoal, &c., 92
  • Ellis, William Irlam, Valves of Steam Engines, 351
  • Ellisdon, J., Furniture Castors. 340
  • Ensor, F. R., Bobbin Machine, 205
  • Eskell, F. A., Artificial Teeth, 318
  • Eskell, Louis. Stopping Teeth, 318
  • Esplin, Charles, Supply of Gas, 159
  • Euchatius, Franz, Cast-steel, 222
  • Evans, O. C., Digging Machinery, 352
  • Fairbairn, Thos., Wm. Andw. Fairbairn, and Geo. Fairbairn Casting Ordnance, &c., 240
  • Fairbairn, William Andrew, and George Haslem, Engines and Carriages, 238
  • Fawcett, William, and Francis Best Fawcett, Carpets, &c., 157
  • Feather, It. B., Shells and Balls, 176
  • Felton, Thomas, Glass Reflectors, 23 Fenton, Joseph, a Guard for Moderator Lamps, 155
  • Ferryman, Edw. Augustus, Churns, 90 Field, Edward, Presses, 161
  • Field, William. and Edward Jeffreys, Railway Chairs, &c., 251
  • Fillier, Jos. Marie, Looms for Weaving, 90 Finch, Edw., Discharging Coals, &c.' 127 Finch, Edward, Loading Coal Vessels, 176 Fisher, J. P., Hammers of Pianofortes, 340 Fisken, D. and Thos. Robert Hay Fisken, Steam Ploughs, 90
  • Flagg, Sam. Griswold, Folding Boat, 23 Fleetwood. John, Making Malt, 328
  • Fletcherenry, Nuts, Bolts, &c., 318
  • Henry H Flynn, Edward, Cannons, 47
  • Flynn, Henry Edward, Hot-air Flues, 47
  • Flynn, H. E., Railway Train Connexions, 156
  • Flynn, H K, Communicating between Carriages, 156
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Comte de, Churns, 264
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Comte de, Controlling Horses, 327
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Comte de, Motive Power by Compressed Air, 351
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Comte de, Fatty Acids, 341
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Comte de, Voltaic Batteries, 92
  • Fontainemoreaux, Peter Armand le Compte de, Forging Iron, 206
  • Fontainemoreaux, Peter Armand le Compte de, Breaks, 276
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Feeding Boilers, 115
  • Fontainemoreau, Peter Armand le Compte de, Jacquard Machines, 157
  • Foote, William, Moving and Stopping Trucks, &c., 351
  • Forrest, John, Extracting Metals, 242
  • Ford, A., Gutta Percha, 205
  • Forde, Arthur William, Registering the Revolutions of Wheels, 339
  • Forlong, R. P. Manure, 276
  • Forsyth, T., Treatment of Scrap Iron, 206
  • Foster, David George, Training Plants, 177
  • Foster, William, Drying Wool, &c., 316
  • Fouchier, V. Millstones, 158
  • Fourdriners, E. M., Cleaning Knives, 156
  • Francois, H. Le, Cleaning Stew Pans, 156
  • Fraser, James, Paper, 177
  • Fraser, James, Paper Pulp, 242
  • Froomes, Henry, Pianofortes, 156
  • Fullard, G. EL, Pin for Thatch Coverings, 130
  • Garand, Florentin, Cutting Veneers, 159
  • Garbai, Jean Pierre, Preserving Teeth, 178
  • Garden, Robert, Spring, Hats, 317
  • Gardner, Jno., Salt, 160
  • Gardner, J. L., Attaching Buttons, 205
  • Gardner, Henry, Clearing Wheat, 239
  • Gardner, William, Watches, 317
  • Garn, Samuel, Cart-tipping Apparatus, 351 Gaudin, P. J. A., Photographic Baths, 59 Caste, Louis, Binding Books, 318
  • Gaudibert, H., Safety Watch Guard, 252 Gavioli, Ludovico, Musical Instrument, 71 Gedge, John, Aerated Waters, 35
  • Gedge, John, Photographic Glasses, 35 Gedge, John, Pumps, 93
  • Gedge,.John, Galvanising, 160
  • Gedge, John, Casks, 162
  • Gedge, John, Kilns and Ovens, 177
  • Gedge, John, Manufacture of Braid, 221 Gedge, John, Preservation of Grain, 221 Gedge, John, Gas Meters, 222
  • Gedge, J. Transfering and Placing Drawings on Cards, 241
  • Gedge, John, Motive Pover, 103
  • Gerherdi, William, Safety Valves, 23 Geyelin, George, Perambulator, 276 Geyelin, George, Propelling Vessels, 327 Gibbs, Edward, Picture Frames, 177 Gilardeau, Michel Pierre Alexis, Motive Power, 327
  • Gilbee, Henry, Boats, 89
  • Gilbee, William Armand, Paper, 93
  • Gilbee, W. A., Hydrogen Gas, 160
  • Gilbee, William Armand, Glass, 177
  • Gilbee, William Armand, Oils, 177
  • Gilbee, W. Armand, Silicate of Potash, 252 Oilier, Henry, Globes and Shades, 253 Gillett, Eugene, Artificial Teeth, 59
  • Gilpin, J., Raising Gig for Manufacturing Cloths, 238
  • Gimson, Josiah, Feed Apparatus, 176 Girard, Jacques, Rotary Engines, 88 Glass, William, Disinfecting Material, 265 Glassford, J. H., Printing Fabries, 158
  • Glover, F. R. Augustus, Knapsacks,p0 Glover, F. R. A., Break-Waters, &c., 352 Glukman, Leon, Box for Papers, 94 Goddard, S. Aspinwall, Fire-arms, 159 Godding, T., Fastenings for Stays, Corsets, &c., 317
  • Golding, G., Hearnden, and T. Paine, Boots and Shoes, 159
  • Golding, G. Hearnden, Blocking Leather, 177
  • Goldner, Stephen, Preserving Animal and Vegetable Matters, 241
  • Gommes, T., and C. E. A. Beaugrand, Metal Wares, 205
  • Gontier, P., Treating Oils, 158
  • Good, J., Straw-Shakers of Thrashing-Machines, 221
  • Goodman, G. B., and G. A. Webster, Toilette Glass, 317
  • Goodyear, Charles, Carriages, 89
  • Goodyear, Charles, Boats, 89
  • Goodyear, Charles, Wheels, 89
  • Goodyear, Charles, Gunpowder, 91
  • Goodyear, Charles, Combs, 91
  • Goodyear, Charles, Printing, 92
  • Goodyear, Charles, India-Rubber, Floor Covers. 09.
  • Goodyear, Charles, Bands or Straps, 93
  • Goodyear, Charles, Carpet and other Bags, 93
  • Goodyear, Charles, Moulded Articles, 93
  • Goodyear, Charles, Shoes and Boots, 317
  • Goose, Richard, Cut Nails, 317
  • Gordon, L. D. B., Electric Telegraphs, 177 Grafton, H., Fire Lighter, 59
  • Gossage, Wm., Carbonate of Ammonia, 162 Graham, Doctor, Paper Hangings, 252 Graham, J., Cleaning and Dressing Rice, 252 Grahame, Thomas, Floating Batteries, 237 Gray, John, Azimuth, and Amplitude Instruments, 351
  • Gray, William Davy, Showing the Direction and Distance run by a Ship at Sea, 220 Greaves, Hugh, Steam Boilers, 237 Greaves, Thomas, Motive Power, 220 Green, Charles Edmund, Huts, Tents, and Camp Hospitals, 352
  • Greening, B., Washing and Mangling,&c., 50 Greenshields, J., Oleaginous Compounds, 317 Greenwood, Thomas, Carding-Engines, 339 Gregory, A., and J. Gill, Water-closets, 252 Gregory, William John, Camp Furniture, 159 Grenet, E., Motive Power, 160
  • Griffiths R., Tap for Measuring Liquids, 300 Grimwade, Thomas Shipp, Treating Milk, 300 Gruet, George Frederick, Lamps, 222 Guillaume, George, Steam-Engines, 23 Guilbert, A. E., and C. L. Guillemere, Bridle, 1 204, Guillemot, Maurice, Stopping Horses, 299
  • Gwynne, James Egleson Anderson, Pressure or Vacuum Gauges, 851
  • Hacking, Joseph, Furnaces, 351
  • Haddan, John Coope, Cannon, 130
  • Haddan, John Coope, Rifled Cannon, 103
  • Halcombe, J. J., Maps, 206
  • Haloombe, John Joseph, Gates, 253
  • Haley, J. Buffers and Spring Draw-bars, 299 Halkett, Peter Alexander, Motive Power, 239 Hall, Edward, Gunpowder, 91
  • Hall, J., the younger, Jacquard Looms, 352 Hall, Thomas Mitcheson, Chimneys, 89 Hall, Wm. Kemble, Boilers for Generating Steam, 815
  • Hall, Wm. Kemble, Prevention of Boiler Explosions, 315
  • Hamilton, Francis, Cards or Flats, 71 Hamilton, G., Weighing Apparatus, 205 Hamilton, W., Tables, Chairs, Sofas, &c., 240 Haminant, William, Apparatus for Condensing Smoke, 23
  • Hamlett, James, Shuttle Tongues, 103 Hampton, Charles Joseph, Iron, 318 Hancock, Robt. Hy., Stopping Carriages, 89 Hancock, Walter, Casks or Barrels, 161 Hand, S., Crushing Mill, 168
  • Hands, Joseph Preserving Animal Substances, Stc., 300
  • Hanson, J. Digging Land, 158
  • Hanson, Charles, Fire-arms, 300
  • Hanson, John, Digging Potatoes, 90 Harcourt, H. J., Bell Cranks, 205
  • Harding, Thos. R., Combs, Gills, &c., 239 Hardy, A. H. and J. H. Fordoff, Pills, 162 Hardy, Caleb, Railway Tram Communications, 221
  • Harrison, Enoch, and Hilton Greaves, Woven Fabrics, 339
  • Hart, Charles, Threshing and Dressing Machine, 316
  • Hart, David, Signalling Railway Trains, 353 Hart, Edmund, Lace, 47
  • Hart, H., a Ship-leakage Indicator, 351 Hart, H., Lubricating and Burning Oils, 178 Hart, Herbert William, Cannon, 240 Hartley, William, Safety Valves, 264 Hartmann, J. A., Printing Stuffs, 176 Harvey, W., Reels, Cylinders, &c., 328 Hastings, T. H., Paper, &c., 92
  • Haven, Alfred, Embroidering Fabrics, 116 Hawkes, F. Water-closets, 276
  • Hawker, Chas., and Thos. Parry Hawker, Cartridges, 352
  • Healey, J., J. Foster, and J. Lowe, Drawing and Moulding Articles of Metals, &c., 277 Heaton, Thomas, Pumps, 178 Higginbottom, J., Furnaces, 276
  • Heaven, A., Embroidering Fabrics, 158 Herbert, Denis, Ovens, 240
  • Hemsley, T. and W., Warped Fabrics, 158 Hemsley, Thos. and William, Embossed and Craped Fabrics, 239
  • Henry, Jas. H., Floating Vessels, 237 Henry, Omer Jean, Bookbinding, 161 Henson, William, and Henry Oscar Palmer, Propelling Vessels, 315
  • Heppleston, Thomas, and John Hunter, Yarns or Threads, 352
  • Hepplewhite, George, Rudders, 89 Herapath, W. B., Surgical Instruments, 222 Heseltine, Samuel, Ascertaining the Depth of Water in Rivers, &c., 317
  • Hester, Jas. T., Children's Chairs, 237 Hewett, Chas., Baking-ovens, 176 Hewitt, Thomas, Pulverising, 160 Hewitt, Thomas, Pumps, 93
  • Heys, Edward, Flyers, 157
  • Hibling, Henry, Boots and Shoes, 328 Hicks, John, Gauge Valve, 317 Hide, Charles, Earthenware Pipes, 23 Higgen, James, Clearing Fabrics, 59 Higgen, James, Preparation of Madder, 178 Hill. David, Puddling Furnaces, 178 Hills, W., Blind Rack, 205
  • Hills, R. H., Back Band for Gig, &c., 237 Hinchliff, S. G.. Paper-Hangings, 176 Hinks, Joseph Lester, Brushes, 317 Rinks, James, and Frederick Dowler, Percussion-Caps, 328
  • Hitt, Thomas, Propelling Vessels, 315 Hocroft, Thomas, and Richard Forrest, iron rods, &c., 300
  • Hodges, Charles, Knitting, 90
  • Holben, Richard, Chapping Barley, 352 Holden, George Thomas, and Richard Nicholas, Roasting-Jack, 159 Holt, C. H., Steam Boilers Furnaces, &c., 339 Homan, Julius, Cutting Fabrics, 318 Holmes, W. C., Boilers, 276
  • Hopkinson, Joseph, junior, Furnaces, 155 Hopkinson, W., Boilers, Furnaces, &c., 175 Hope, J., and T. Hope, Engraving, 157 Hope, G. Curling, Producing Designs, 221 Hornsby, Richard, Threshing-Machines, 62 Horsfield, William, Axle-boxes, 155 Horton, Joshua, and Thomas Horton, Paper Pasteboard and Pulp, 23
  • Horton, W., Breech Part of Fire-Arms, 221 Hoskyn, John, Marine-Engines, 327 Hoyas, Felix, Roasting-Spits, 91 Hoyle, Benjamin, Dyeing, 238 Howard, James, Ploughs, 23
  • Howell, Joseph Bennett, Steel Castings, 240 Hubbard, John, Boots and Shoes, 240 Hudson, J. R., Coffee Pots, 205 Hudson, Thomas, Cutting and Punching Metals) &e., 328
  • Hudson, William, Stop-Rods, 157 Hugnenin, G.. Time-keepers, 205
  • Hughes, H., Compensating Wear of Machinery, 204
  • Humby, J., Cutting Vegetables, 158 Humphrey, Charles, Fatty Matters, 162 Humphrey, Charles, Fatty Acids, 162 Humphreys, T. H., James Loughry, Cleaning Wheat, 340
  • Hunt, John, Self-Fastening Band, 93 Hutchinson, J. H.,Changing Motion, &c., 327 Hutchnance, H., Combustion of Coals, 74 Hutchnance, Richard P., Drying, 93 Hyde Hiram, Mineral Oils, 353 Hyde, Hiram Lubricating Oil, 353 Hyde, Hiram Lubricating Compound, 353 Hyde, John, Furniture Castors, 92
  • Illingworth, W., Printing Earthenware, 222 Ingall, G. H., Signal Posts, 156
  • Inglis, J., and A. Cowie, Moulding Metals, 23 Innes, George Rose, Rolling Blinds, 116 Irlam, William, Crossings for Railways, 339 Isoard, Matthieu F., Generating Steam, 88
  • Jacques, Frank, Dyeing Silk, 316
  • James, W. H., Steam-Engines, 155
  • Jay, W. Chicka,11, Hat or Bonnet, 240
  • Jeffreys, Julius, Steam-Boilers, 50
  • Jeffreys, Julius, Sun Blinds, 47
  • Jeffreys, Edward, Furnaces, 317
  • Jenner, W., an Improved Beverage, 74
  • Jennings, H. C., Cholera Medicine, 162
  • Jennings, J. G., Water Closets, 352
  • Jessop, J., Furnaces and Boilers, 276
  • Job, A. M., and Edwin Tomlinson, India Rubber Leather Cloth, 157
  • Jobson, John, Railway Chairs, 339
  • Johnson, E. D., Tuning Instruments, 264
  • Johnson, J. H., India-rubber, 318
  • Johnson, J. H., Metallic Waterproof Fabrics, 116
  • Johnson, J. H., Motive Power, 237
  • Johnson, J. H., Gas, 103
  • Johnson, J. H., Breech-Loading Fire-arms,91
  • Johnson, J. H., Motive Power, 88
  • Johnson, J. H., Ornamenting Articles, 116
  • Johnson, J. H., India-rubber, 160
  • Johnson, J. H., Aerated Beverages, 341
  • Johnson, J. H., Railway Brakes, 88
  • Johnson, J. H., Axles, 88
  • Johnson, J. H, Distributing Fluids, 352
  • Johnson, J. H., Windlasses, 327
  • Johnson, J. H., Motive Power Horse Mills, 87
  • Johnson, J. H., Musical Instruments, 47
  • Johnson, J. H., Rolling Iron, 237
  • Johnson, J. H., Hulling Grain and Seeds, 340
  • Johnson, J. H., Railway and Carriages, 47
  • Johnson, John Henry, Sheathing Ships, 339
  • Johnson, John Henry, Casting Metals, 318
  • Johnson, John Henry, Discovering the Escape of Gas, 340
  • Johnson, John Henry, Consuming Smoke, 240
  • Johnson, John Henry, Lamps, 252
  • Johnson, John Henry, India-rubber and Gutta Percha, 328
  • Johnson, John Henry, Motive Power, 276
  • Johnson, J. Henry, Dies and Matrices, 277
  • Johnson, J. Henry, Carding Engines, 316
  • Johnson, J. Henry, Reeds for Weaving, 89 Johnson, John Henry, Reins, 165
  • Johnson, John Henry, Breech Loading Firearms, 91
  • Johnson, Richard Locke, Gas, 222
  • Johnson, William, Railway-breaks, 156 Johnson, William, Rolling Metals, 162 Johnson, William, Colouring Matters, 318 Jones, Charles Edwin, Raising Liquids, 251 Jones, Edward Greene, Sheet Glass, 177 Jones, John, Electric Telegraphs, 317 Jones, Wright, Printing, 157
  • Jonquet, D., Blades of Cutting Machines, 353
  • Journeaux, F., Drying Wheat, 168
  • Joyner, Charles, Tap or Stop-cock, 169
  • Juckes, John, Furnaces, 155
  • Kay, R. H., A. T. Richardson, and G. Mallinson, Woven Fabrics, 239
  • Kealey, J. F., Pulping Turnips, 69
  • Keir, James, Revolvers, 91
  • Kelk, T. H. H., Paper, 92
  • Kempson, T., Steam-Engine and Boiler, 165
  • Kempe, William, Woollen Fabrics, 221
  • Kennard, J., Invalid Carriages, 276
  • Kennedy, Joseph C. G., Signals, 177
  • Kent, Samuel, Purifying and Measuring Water. 240
  • Kenworthy, William, Valves, 317
  • Kerr, R., Spinning, 299
  • Kidd, Joshua, Stitching Cloth, 816
  • Kidman, William, Tiller, 166
  • King, James, and John Holdsworth, Cotton Fabrics, 89
  • Kirby, Samuel Amos, Stoves and Grates, 328
  • Kirkman, C. F., Spinning and Twisting, 90
  • Kleinsorgen, J. C. F. Baron de, Variation and Azimuth Compass, 264
  • Knapton, W., Consumption of Smoke, 11
  • Knighton, Henry. Drill, 158
  • Knister, J. J. E. F., Winding Machinery, 352
  • Knocker, George Wigzell, Motive Power, 327
  • Knowles, R., Winding Machines, &c., 339
  • Kock, Louis„ Making Pulp, 62
  • Kopp, Emile, Mordants used in Dyeing, 35
  • Lacy, A. D., Agricultural Apparatus, 340
  • Lancaster, John, Waterproof Material, 221
  • Lancaster, W. H., and J. Smith, Gas, 130
  • Lancaster, William Henry, and Jas. Smith, Generating Heat, 237
  • Land, William, and Alexander Bain, Pencil-eases, 818
  • Lane, Joseph, Gold Leaf, 94
  • Laport, E. Candles. 206
  • Larmouth, J., and J. Smith, Printing, 162 Laroche, P. S., Rotary Steam Engines, 74 Latour,P., and M. Latour, Cutting Nails, 177 Latour, P., and M. Latour, Looms, 116 Lawrie, Jas. Gray, Steam Engines, 87 Lawrie, James Gray, Water Ballast, &c., 299 Lawson, Major, and Thomas Schofield, Doubling Cotton, 59
  • Laxton, Henry, Increasing Motion, 276 Lea, William, Taps or Cocks, 318
  • Lebaigue, Francois Honore, Chocolate, 178 Lee, Joseph, Agricultural Engines, 340 Leetch, J.. Head Covering, 276
  • Lees, A.. and J. Clegg, Looms, 204
  • Lefevrc, E. F., Motive Power, 88
  • Leftwich, Charles, Water-closets, 241 Leighton, William, Paddle-wheels, 351 Leittire, Alphonse Rene, Soap, 161
  • Lenny, Charles, Carriages, 251
  • Lenny, Charles, Carriages, 351
  • Lepage, F. C., Substitute for Wood, Leather, &c., 241
  • Leroy, Narcisse, Railway Carriages, 237 Levavasseur, Francois Georges Hyacinthe, and Auguste Joseph Lavavasseur, Oil Lamps, 91
  • Lewis, George, Gloves, 159
  • Lewis, George, Taps and Cocks, 161 Lewtas, J., Disengaging Bands, 205
  • Lignac, Jules Jean Baptiste Sylvain Martin de, Animal Substances, 300
  • Lilley, John, Textile Fibres, 103
  • Linsey, J. H., Account Books, 206
  • Lister, George, Brewing, 318
  • Lister, Samuel Cunliffe, Looped Fabrics, 62 Lister, S. C., Jas. Warburton, Spinning, and 339
  • Lister, S. C., Yarns of Cotton, &e., 340 Livingston, John, Permanent Way, 238 Lloyd, George, Illumination, 277
  • Lobstein, Jean, Sewing Machines, 341 Locke, George Baring, Fog Signals, 299 Lomax. W. R., Steam Engines, 203 Longbottom, Abram, Gas, 177
  • Longsdon, It., Removing Property, 158 Lopez, J. Barbe V., Antibilious Powder, 341 Loradoux, A. E., Steam-engine Valves, 87 Loradoux, A. E., Condensing Vapours, 92 Lotteri, Frederic, Paper and Textile Materials, 328
  • Lownds, Jacob J., Pencil-case, 161 Lowry, George, Heckling, Flax, 168 Lozano, M. P., Pyrites and Ores, 242 Lucenay, P. B. de, Guns and Pistols, 176 Ludbrook, Samuel, Railway Wheels, 156 Luxton, Henry, Fire-arms, 316
  • Lyall, William, Spinning Machinery, 239 Lycett, Francis, Gloves, 11
  • M'Carton, William Drying Corn, 8.c., 176 M`Glashan, Alexander, and Edward Field, Printing Presses, 277
  • McGregor, Peter, Water-Closets, 299 McIntyre, J., Caulking Decks, 156
  • McLaren, Robert, and Stephen Williams Pugh, Artificial Fuel, 92
  • McNicol, John, Cylinder Printing, 341 McLiesh, William, Steam-Boilers, 155 Macintosh, John, Springs, 176
  • Macintosh, John, Metallic Pens, 178 Mackinlay, Ebenezer, Winding Yarns, 239 Mackworth, H., Separating Minerals, 94 Maggs, Oliver, Winnowing, 328
  • Manby, C., and W. Piper, Cutting Stone, 205 Manning, J. A., Treatment of Sewage, 160 Marchinton, J. M., Vices, 206
  • Mardon, William, Garancine, 93
  • Margueritte, L. J. F., Vitreous Products, 318 Marperitte, L. J. F., Precipitating Salts, 353 Marion, Louis, Consuming Smoke, 127 Marland, James, and Samuel Marland, Power Looms, 352
  • Martien, Joseph G., Oxides of Iron, 161 "Iartien, Joseph Gilbert, Roasting, Ize., Mineral Substances, 177
  • Martien, Joseph Gilbert, Iron and Steel, 178 Martien, Joseph Gilbert, Iron and Steel, 241 Martin, Juliana, Sell-Acting Incubator, 341 Martin, Robert, and John Cowdery Martin, Pulp from Wood, 92
  • Massip, Pierre Arnaud, Hat Linings, 252 May, Charles, and Paul Prince, Spikes and Treenails, 327
  • May, Francis, Obtaining Light, 161
  • Mayan, John Edward, Photography, 300 Mayer, Christian, Fire-Arms, 340
  • Maynes, W., Temples used in Weaving, 157 Mawson, John, Photographic, 318
  • Meinig, Carl Ludwig Augustus, and Franz Xaver Kukla, Ornamenting Surfaces, 161 Meldrum, Edward, and James Young, Sodium and Potassium, 241
  • Mellor, Samuel, and Thomas Young, Steam Boilers, 88
  • Mellor, M., Mules, 156
  • Meyerstein, William, Sewing Machine, 94 Mickle, W., Smelting, 160
  • Mickelthwaite, John, Steering Vessels, 238 Milner, Geo., Bedsteads, '270
  • Mignon, J. A., Maps, &c., 11
  • Mitchell, J., Buffers and Draw-springs, 220 Mitchell, John, Amalgamating Ores, 222 Moll, Francis, Paper, 92
  • Moller, Johannes, Photographs on Ivory, 318 Monk, S., Bricks, &c., 158
  • More, J., Ship Compasses, 156
  • Moore, B., Sewing Machines, 153
  • Moore, Thomas, Grinding Corn, 239
  • Morin, Auguste, Artificial Fuel, 130
  • Morrell, A. M., Fibrous Materials, 158 Morris, W. R., Wm. Morris, R. Grimes, and G. Eskholme, Service Pipes or Cisterns, 35 Morrison, Duncan, Screws, 328
  • Morrison, Alexander Cameron, Mixture for Feeding Horses, 116
  • Mottett, H., Scouring, 205
  • Moseley, John, Cleansing Linen, 242 Mosley, William, Stretching and Finishing Woven Fabrics, 352
  • Motaz, C. Marie Tessie du, Lubricating, 318 Motaz, C. Marie Tessie du, Oily Matters, 318 Mourguet, J. B., Destruction of Vermin, 91 Mueller, Charles Gustav, Locks, 159 Muckelt, R., Etching Designs on Surfaces, 23 Murdoch, James, Colouring Matter, 241 Murdoch, Robert, Sowing Seeds and Depositing Manures, 316
  • Musto, J and F. Bear, Tobacco, 200 Munslow,W., and H. Wallwork, Railways,327 Murphy, William J., Motive Power, 103
  • Musgrave, John Riddell, Robert Musgrave, and James Musgrave, Cooking Stoves, 221
  • Myers, Edward, Buffers, 88
  • Nalder, James Hall, Dressing Grain, 47 Napier, George, Furnaces, 155
  • Nasmyth, G., Preserving Food, 160 Nasmyth, J., Motive Power, 204
  • Naylor, William, Hammers, 300
  • Neale, Edward Vansittart, Labels, &c., 35 Neale, C. L., Lotion, 59
  • Negretti, E. A. L., and J. W. Zambra, Thermometers, Barometers, &c., 242 Nettleship, Ichabod, Spindles, 176 Newman, James, Railway Wheels, 220 Newman, James, and W. Whittle, Axles, 74 Newton, Alfred V., Railroad Chairs, 155 Newton, A. V., Gas, 160
  • Newton, A. V., Separating Substances, 162 Newton, A. V., Paddle Wheels, 204 Newton, A. V., Casting, 206
  • Newton, A. V., Manufacture of Gas, 265 Newton, A. V., Rope and Cordage, 277 Newton, Alfred Vincent, Locks, 316 Newton, A. V., Fac-Simile Copies, 318 Newton, A. V., Dressing Flour, 328 Newton, A. V., Electrotype Printing, 32S Newton, A. V., Cannon, 352
  • Newton, A. V., Dressing Cloth, 352 Newton, A. V., Drying Flour, 299
  • Newton, Alfred Vincent, Fire and Burglar Proof Glass, 35
  • Newton, W. E., Vices, 59
  • Newton, W. E., Shuttles of Looms, 74 Newton, W. E., Dressing Flour, 239 Newton, W. E., Fire-arms, 240
  • Newton, Edward William, Ores, 222 Newton, William Edward, Fire-Arms, 340 Newton, William Edward, Condensers, 237 Newton, William Edward, Bed-Bottoms, 222 Nicole, 1). L. A., Winding Watches, 276 Nicoll, George Hall, Fire-Places, 352 Norbury, John, Hydraulic Presses, 222 Normandy, Lewis, Weaving Machine, 156 Normandy, Lewis, Securing Rails, 299 Normandy, Lewis, Printing Music, 242 Normandy, Lewis, Printing Music, 265 North, George, Awnings, &c., 339 Norton, William, Weaving, 352
  • Nottidge Josias, Manure, 221
  • Nuttall, James, Gloves, 317
  • Obissier, Romain Denis, Motive Power, 50 Ochs, L., Paper, 206
  • Oddie, Thomas, and William Lancaster, and John Lancaster, Looms, 238
  • Oddy, Samuel, Lubricating Bearings, 23 Oldham, H., Weaving Textile Fabrics, 221 Olive, J., and W. Olive, Railway Wheels, 315 Onions, John, Collecting Gases from Furnaces, 241
  • Oppenheimer, Adolphus, Stretching Velvets, &c., 252 , Orange, James, Covering Yarns, 157 O'Regan, Simon, Marine Boilers, &c., 264 Osbourn, F., Finishing Garments, 340 Osborne, Mark, Bedsteads, 300
  • Over, Henry, Gauge Knife, 240
  • Oxley William, Washing Fabrics, 178
  • Page, J., and Wm. Robertson, Shaping Metals, 206
  • Page, Charles, Railway Signals, 315
  • Page, Clinton, Indurating Marble and Stone, 316
  • Paget, Arthur, Looped Fabrics, 352
  • Paget, Frederick, Pen-holders, 161
  • Paige, Lucius, Railway Brake, 155
  • Palmer, James, Carding Cotton. &c., 35 Palmer, J.. Reaping Machines, 205
  • Palmieri. A.. and J. B. Ferrari, Ships, 156 Palmer, W. R.. Desks. 156
  • Panet, J., Propelling, 156
  • Parant, P. Antoine Henry, Mill-stones, 26.5 Paris, Charles Emile, Crystal Enamel, 93 Parkes, Alexander, Waterproofing, 252 Parkinson, G. S., Brakes, 204
  • Parod, Ernest, Steering Vessels, 155
  • Parry, John, and Samuel Ivers, Looms, 238 Parson, P. Moses, Pipes and Tubes, 239 Parsons, David, Locomotive Break, Sc , 351 Pascal, Jean Baptiste, Motive Power, 74 Patterson, Jas.. Dressing Fabrics, 299 Patterson, J., Grinding Farm Produce, 316 Patterson, W., and U. Patterson, Damping Fabrics, 221
  • Peacock, Jas., and Henry Heaton Barry, Copying Writings, 93
  • Peacock, G., Ship Building, 156
  • Pean, Laurent Marie Rene, Inkstands, 222 Perkins, A. M., Warming Buildings, 340 Perkins, A. March, Generating Steam, 531 Perrot, H. L. R., Escapement, 94 Perry,GeorgeHenry, Cases, Preserving Food, 92
  • Petard, Louis Auguste, Velvets, 327 Pettiteau, Tony, Platinising Glass, 93 Peyton, E., and D. Morrison, Bedsteads, 328 Peyton, E., and D. Morrison, Bedsteads, 352 Peyton, Richard, Gates, 222
  • Pfaff, J. Chas. A., Motive Power, 103 Pfeiffer, Jean D., Knives or Cutters, 241 Pidding, William, Feet Coverings, 74
  • Pidding, William, Building Materials, 74 Piggott, Win. Peter, Electro-magnotic Apparatus, 317
  • Pinches, John, Embossing Paper, &c., 800 Pinches, John, Marking Stamps, 300
  • Piper, Charles, Gun-stocks, 01
  • Pitman, John Talbot, Screw-wrench, 222 Pitman, John Talbot, Girders, 816
  • Pitman, John Talbot, Fire-arms, 240
  • Pittar, Samuel John, Bridges, 89
  • Platt, J , and J. Whitehead, Preparation of Clays for Bricks, 261
  • Platt, J., and J. Hibbort, Spinning, 90 Poignaud, F. X.. Wedges and Keys, 204 Poliosse, Louis Constant Joseph, and Charles A. Joseph Lengelee, Encaustic Matters, 71 Pollard, James, etas, 92
  • PoHitt, W., Churning 205
  • Poncelin, Therese Alexandrine, Treating Coffee. 93
  • Poole, John, Steam Retaliator, 299 Porteous, Dundas Smith, Rotary Engine, 88 Potin, Jean Baptiste Marie and Antoine Gabriel Nicholas Lingeo,Coating of I ron,93 Pouillet, C., Railway. 299
  • Pougot, Louis Auguste, Lamps, 159
  • Pradel, Henri Auguste, Textile Fabrics, 20 Pratt, Henry, Flour Mills, 35
  • Pratt, Josiah, Brushes, 340
  • I'rcaud, Jean Mario, India-Rubber Springs, 351
  • Preece, W. H., Electric Telegraphs, 317 Pret4ch, P., Photographic Metallic Surfaces, 160
  • Price, David Simpson, and Edward Chambers Nicholson, Cast-Iron, . 41
  • Price, cleorge, Boxes and Chests, 328 Prideaux. T. S.. Furnaces 156
  • Pritchard, Thomas, Iron Tubes, 818
  • Progor, J. Guy, Signal Lanterns, 176 Prophet, John, Confectionary. 47
  • Pryse, Charles, and P. Cashmore, Fire Arms, 159
  • Pugh, Edwin, Safety Alarum, 264
  • Puls, Francis, Eluctro Coating Metals, 241 Pula, Francis, Electric Light, 317
  • Pycock, B. Williamson, Fixtures, 116
  • Pym, J., Materials for Building, 47
  • Pyne, R. W., and W. Mahal, Manufacture of Gas, '241
  • Radcliffe, C. Moistening and Damping Textile Fabrics, 157
  • Radcliffe, Charles, Damping Woollens, 221
  • Radiguet, T. A., Dynamical Apparatus, 155
  • Rummell, T. Webster, Preparing Black Lead &c., 300
  • Ramsear, William, Fire-Arms, 221
  • Rascol, Eugene H., Wearing Apparel, 159 Risco!, Eugene Hippolite, Type, 300 Raywood, John. Harrowing Machine, 316 ltk:dmayne, Thomas, Stove Grates, 62 Reeves, Charles Evans, Fire-Arms, 116 Regazzoli, Antoine, Railway Carriages, 71 Reilly, James, Shaping Iron, 74
  • Reins to Ramsay R., Hand-Trucks, 238 Ronnie, George, Boilers, 221
  • Reynaud, Louis Prosper, Cranes, 178 Rhodes, John, and John Johnson, Steam-Engines, 175
  • Rico, Charles, Boots and Shoes, 340 RIce,:Charles, Preparing Cloth for Boots and Shoes, 352
  • Richards, John Andrew, Leather, 300 Richards, Westley, and Joseph Rock Cooper, Breech-Loading Arms. 340
  • Richardson, George, Buffer Springs, &e., 839 Richardson, Robert. and Walter Greenshields, Chenille Fabrics. 90
  • Richardson, T.. Glass and Clay Wares, 277 Riley, George, Malt Mills, 47
  • Riley, Geo., Roller Mill, 276
  • Riot, Theophile Louis Marie, and Sylvian Guillaume P Depals, Treatment of Silk, 93 Ripley, H. W., Woven Fabrics, 93
  • Ritchie. Charles, and G. Ritchie, Preparing Cork, 94
  • Ritterbatiott, L. A., J. Bower, Manure, 90 Rives, Jacques. Looms, IA Robert. Joseph. Fire-Arms, 91
  • Roberts, John, Cements, 205
  • Roberts, John, Cooling Tobacco, &c., 341 Roberts, John, Bricks and Tiles, 352
  • Roberts, R., and G. Coppock, Looms, 35 Roberts, Thomas, and John Dale, Amyl e-elous Substances, 252
  • Robertson, A., Cleaning Fabrics, 158
  • Robertson, James, Casks, 1u3
  • Robertson, W. Reaping, 276
  • Robuy, R., and G. L. Scott, Boilers, 220
  • Robinson, John, and Wm. Wedding, Cutting Paper, &c., 60
  • Robinson, Joseph, Drying Wheat, &c., 316 Robinson. Joseph, Winding Clocks, 264 Robson, J. W., Water-closets and Pumps, 91 Rock, James, Jun., Tents, Huts, &c., 340 Roth), Wm. John, Stoves and Furnaces, 230
  • Rogers, William, Fire-arms, 2240 Rollut. George Handmon, Projectiles, 91
  • Boss, C. F., Presses, 162
  • R0801011, Charles Pope, Textile Fabrics, 157 Both. Jules, Spinning Machinery, 351 Rotherd, William, Bolt, Screw Blank, and Rivet Machinery, 241
  • Rowan, William, Steam Engines, 839 Rowland. Ellis, and James Rowland, Locomotives, 237
  • Rowley, Charles, Elastic Bands, 161
  • Rowley, J. Jephson, Cutting Tarnips, 340 Rualem, F., Fuel, 162
  • Ryland, Thomas Henry, Bracelets, 222
  • Sadlelr, Thomas, Heating Liquids, 71
  • Sale ville, Scipion, Airing and Preserving Grain, &c., 74
  • Sanders, G., and Rich. Edw. Donovan, Gas Meters, &e., 130
  • Sanders, Frederick George, and Thomas Richard Sanders, Pottery, 222
  • Sanderson, C., Manufacture of Iron, 353 Sands, Alex., Securing Rails in Chair"), 220 Sangster, William. Umbrellas, 167
  • Sangster, Wm., Stays and Corsets, 177 Saunders, Jas., Roller for Cloths, 90 Sautelet, E. C. F., Impermeable Cloth, 157 Savage, Al!., Treating Tea, Sugar, &c., 101 Schiele, J. Christian, Motive Power, 88 Schlickherfsen, C., Pipes, Tiles, &c., 158 Seholefield, Frederick, Cutting Paper, 317 Schramm, R., TreatingCotton Seed, 102 Schwartz, Theodore, Heating or Cooling Liquids, &c., 177
  • Schwartz, T., Drying and Heating Bodies, 841
  • Scott, W., Vehicles, 204
  • Scott, Geo. Louis, Carbonate of Soda, 353 Scott, Joseph, Corking Bottles, 818
  • cully, Vincent, and Bennett Johns Heywood, Locks and Latches, 91
  • Scully, Vincent, and Bennett Johns Heywood, Cocks and Taps, 92
  • Scully, Vincent, and Bennett Johns Heywood, Vessels for Fluids, 93
  • Scully, Vincent, and Bennett Johns Heywood, Prevent Corroding, 178
  • Scully, Vincent, and Bennett Johns Heywood, Inkstands, 178
  • Scully, Vincent, and Bennett Johns Heywood, Clip-holders, 262
  • Seithen, John and Anton Bruno, Cutting and Shaping Cork, 35
  • Scragg, Edwin, Steam Engines, 74
  • Sharp, W. P., and W. Weld, Silk Threada,299
  • Sharp, Thomas Bcatt, and Richard Furnival, Grooving and Slotting, 300
  • Sharpe, Edmund, Watorclosets, 176
  • Shaw, J. Prevention of Collisions, 327 Shears, George, Stereoscopes, 161
  • Shears, William, Gunpowder, 252
  • Shurgar, Walter Christopher, Preservation of Fresh Eggs, 74
  • Sidebottom, John, Shuttles, 127
  • Siemens, Charles William, Distillation, 318 Silvestor, John, Steam Gauges, 327
  • Simons, Edward, Absorbing Products of Combustion, 60
  • Simmonds, G., Bedsteads 205
  • Simpson, David, and Edward Chambers Nicholson, Cast-steel, 341
  • Skelton, George, Projectiles, 352
  • Skinner, T., Ornamenting Metal Surfaces,818 Sleight, Thomas, Medicine, 160
  • Smith, Andrew, Receptacles for Cigars, Spectacles, &c., 93
  • Smith, Y. H., Brake, 204
  • Smith, W. H., Bolts, Locks, &c., 205
  • Smith, James, Alarm Signals, 264
  • Smith, John, Bedsteads, 262
  • Smith, Nathaniel, Horse-rake, 103
  • Smith, Nathaniel, Reducing Grain, 252 Smith, W., Stool Wire for Musical Instruments, lc., 74
  • Smith, W., Smoke Consuming Furnace, 155 Smith, W., Tailor's Clay Cutter, 101 Smith, W., Sowing Machines, 266
  • Smith, W., Gas Regulators, 817
  • Smith, James, Perambulators. 166
  • Soolman, W., Propellers, 155
  • Southwell, William, Polishing Saws, 177 Speed, J. J., Carriage Springs, 276
  • Spence, Peter, Sulphate of Aluminia, 241 Spence, W., Carding Cotton &c., 238 Spence,W., Dressing and FinishingCloth,167 SplIsbury, Francis Gybbon, and F. W. Emerson, Paints or Pigments, 178 Staadt, Adolphe, Motive Power, 237 Stanley, John, Weighing Machines, 94 Stansbury. C. F., Grinding Mill, 168 Stansbury, C. F,. Seed Planter, 158 Stansbury, Charles Frederick, Lock, 169 Stanbury, Charles Frederick, Shirt, 159 Stansbury, C. F., Plano Iron, 162
  • Stansbury, C. F., Splitting Leather, 162 Stark, Edward, Writing Pons, 265
  • Statham, 8. and W. Smith, Telegraph Cables, 160
  • Statham, Samuel, Telegraph Cables, 253 Stauron, Werner, Stuffing for Furniture, 316 Steano, Samuel Edward, Perfuming Articles for Domestic Use, 93
  • Stenhouse, John, Decolourising, 242
  • Went, Henry, Measuring Gas, 92
  • Stevens, John Leo, Steam Boilers, 127 Stewart, John, Steam Boilers, 175
  • Striby, William, Musical Notation, 91. Stirling, J. D. M., Coating Metals, 265 Stirling, J. D. M., Cast-Steel Tubes, 300 Stockon, Frederick, Springs, 176
  • Stocker, Samuel, Water-closets, Pumps, and Cocks, 91
  • Stocqueler, Joachim Hayward, and William J. II. Saunders, Obtaining Elevations, 161 Stott, George L., Carbonate of Soda, 222 Swinburne, Robert Walter, Furnaces, 828 8v/inhume, Thomas James, Furnaces, 300 Sy, Edouard, Motive Power, 156
  • Symons, Thomas, Permanent Way of Railways and Wheels, 339
  • Tabourin. Ocorgo Antoine, Metallic Arch for Bridges, &c., 23
  • Tatham, W., Preparing Spinning, &c., 261
  • Tavernier, Ferdinand, Combing Wool, 157 Taylor, Enoch, Paddle-Wheels, 339
  • Taylor, W. H., Preserve Canisters, 71 Taylor, J. Cl., Plating Metallic Surfaces, 177 Taylor, Thomas, Fire-Extinguisher, 265 Taylor, William, Iron, 317
  • Taylor, W. Grecs, Steam Engines, 238 Teall, William, Treating Fatty or Oily Substances, 277
  • Temporton, T. Ato, Shells, Rockets, &c., 264 Tempest, Robert, JamesTomlinson, Richard 'lampoon, and John Hampison, Looms, 316 Templeton, N. and D. Miller, Fabrics, 168 Totlow, J., Spinning, 147 Tevindale,Androw, Propelling and Construction of, Steam Vessels, 351
  • Thanks, Andrew, Shaping Nuts, 161
  • Thery, Charles Victor, Coffee, 222 Thibiorge, Germain Adolphe, Chlorine, 242 Thom, Frederic Charles, Boilers, 103 Thomas, Thomas, Soap. 317
  • Thomas, W. F., Sowing Machines, 178 Thomas, W. Lynall, Projectiles, 169 Thompson, Christopher, Furnaces, 88 Thomson, E. Dow, Furnaces, 220
  • Thomson, George, Steam-Engines, 237 Thompson, J., and J. Wills, Power-Looms, 89 Thompson, William, Carriages, 238 Thornton, J., A. Thornton, W. Thornton, and H. Thornton, Knitted Fabrics, 238 Thornton, W Carr, and Benjamin Thornton, Spinning Wool, 316
  • Thornton, A. and F. Thornton, Elastic or Pile Fabrics, 156
  • Threlfall, Richard and William Knowles, Looms for Weaving, 221
  • Threlfall, Richard, and John Higson, Sizing and Dressing Yarns, 315
  • Thwaites, John Hall Brock, Preservation of the Teeth, 222
  • Tidmarsh, Richard, Lubricating Metallic Moving Surfaces, 23
  • Tileston, W. M., Ruling Paper, 116
  • Tidesley, James, Currycombs, 93
  • Tilghman, R. Albert, Candles, 94
  • Tilghman, R. A., Fatty and Oily Substances, 242
  • Tilghman, R. A., Alkaline Earths, 94 Tolhausen, Aloxandre, Producing Ice, 318 Tolhauson, Alexandre, Projectiles, 328 Tolhausen, Alexandre, Harvesting Machine, 352
  • Tomlinson. E. anti A. M. Job, Waterproofing Skins, 276
  • Tooth, Alfred, Curing Flesh, 02
  • Tooth, W. H., Plastic Articles, 11
  • Topham, E., Preventing Incrustation, 110
  • Toys, Charles, Weaving Fabrics, 74
  • Trapp Thomas, Disconnecting Shafts, 74
  • Treeby, T. Wright Gardiner, Revolving Fire-arms and Cannon. 60
  • Trceby, Thomas Wright Gardiner, Revolving Fire-arms, 328
  • Tritton, H., Window Cleaning Safety Apparatus, 300
  • Truman, E. T., Holders for Artificial Teeth, 317
  • Truran, William, Smelting, 93
  • Tuck, J. H., Condensing or Exhausting Air, &c., 62
  • Tuck, J. 11., Blowing Apparatus, 71
  • Tuck, John Henry, Dredging, 178
  • Tuck, J. H., Submarine Operations, 178
  • Tucker, E. S., Busk and Hook for Stays, 91
  • Tuckey,T.,1dotive Power for Locomotives,339
  • Turletti, Louis, Portable Alarms, 116
  • Turner, N., Cold Wire, &e., 21)6
  • Twist, Samuel, Devices on Glaris, 93
  • Ullmer, E. and W., Cutting Paper, 100
  • Ulrich, Louis, Omnibus Indicator, 238
  • Valentine, Thomas, Daniel Foster, and Giles Haworth, Power Looms, 261
  • Van Don Bergh, C., Packing Pistons, 165
  • Vaughan, Charles, William Jamey Vaughan, and Richard Vaughan, Iron Bowls, 92 Verel, W. A., Pulverising Hoofs, 205 Vonables, .John,hn, Plastic Materials, 130 Vormeersch, F. L., Looms for Weaving, 35 Villoroux, G. J. II. M., Soap, 300
  • Vion, Etienne F., Tea or Coffee-pot, 240
  • Wagstaff, John C.. Seamless Garments, 252
  • Wakefield, 4ohn, Valves, 318
  • Wakefield, J., Screw-blanks, Nails, &c., 205 Walem, William Henry, Gates, 300
  • Walenn, W. H., Piano-fortes, 270
  • Walenn, William Henry, Looms, 316 Walker, James, Textile Fabrics, 339 Walker, William, Toothed Gear, 69
  • Winfield, Robert Walter, and John .Jackson, Bedsteads, 150
  • Walton, %V. IL, Carding, Combing, &c., 239 Ward, Cornelius, Clarionots, 240
  • Ward, William, Looms, 340
  • Warner, Arthur, Coating Iron and Steel, 94 Warren, W., Vices, 200
  • Washington, J., Sweeping Chimneys, 211 Watson, Henry Hough, Coke. 94
  • Watt, Alexander, Coating Metals, 340 Weattens, William, and George Ath u r Crow, Steam-Engines, 88
  • Webb, William, John Webb, jun., and James Catstree, Door-knobs, 800
  • Weber, henry, Motive Power, 251
  • Webster, Alonzo, Disengaging Horses, 110 Webster, H., Chronometers, Clocks, &c., 178 Wonworthy, William Edward, and Henry Greenwood, Propellors, 89
  • Werner, Christian Friedrich, and Loudoircus Piglhein, Stuffing for Furniture, 85 Weston, John Henry, and John Edmund Lewis, Moderator Lamps, 47
  • Westrop, John King, and Edward Alfred Sharman, Gloves, 240
  • Westwood, Joseph, and Robert Bailie, Preserving Timber, 80
  • White, J., Cutting Soap, 102
  • Whittaker, Frederick, Sewing Machines, 277 White, Alexander, Grinding Grain, 36 White, Archibald, Beds, Tents, &-., 92
  • Whitehead, James Hirst, Furnaces, 88 Whitehead, John, jun., and Robert Kay Whitehead, Textile Fabrics,90 Whitehouse, E. Orange Wilman, Eicctro-Telegraphic Apparatus, 317
  • Whiteman, Edward, Waterproof Coats, 110 Whitworth, C. F., Railway Signals, 204 Whitworth, J., Artillery and Fire-arms, 201 Whytlaw, R. A., and J. Steven, Weaving, 352 Wichens, IL, Locomotives, 299
  • Wilkes, J., Tubes of Copper and Alloys, 353 Wilkinson, Edwin, Extracting Grease, 242 Wilkinson, George, Steering Apparatus, 20
  • Wilkinson, John, son., and John Wilkinson,s Felted Cloths. 310
  • Wilkinson, it, Carding Cotton, &c., 221 Willan, R., and Daniel Mills, Loomis, 238 Williams, John A., Cultivating Land, 352 Williams, T., Breech-loading Fire-arms, 159 Williams, W., Bricks, Pipes, and Tiles, 50 Willis, Freder4, Wine Bottles, 93
  • Willis, Jamesnlmbrella, 206
  • Wilson, F. A., Cooking Apparatus, 94 Wilson, Fischer Alex., Propelling, 818 Wilson, Joseph, Rolling or Piece Boards, 47 Wilson, Robert, Pressing Woven Fabrics, 90 Wilson, William, Crushing Grain, 252 Wilson, Wm. G., Pneumatic Moderator, 840 Wlmshurst, H. W., Cutting Dovetails and Tenons, 341
  • Winfield, B. W., and Jackson, J., Metallic BedsWads, 169
  • Wohlgemuth, Paul F. Bridges, 170
  • Woller, Samson, and Illii,gworth Butterfield, Fabrics, 90
  • Wolff, S., Motive Power, 339
  • Wood, Benjamin, Colours, 93
  • Wood, W., Pile and other Fabrics, 157 Wood, P. C., Seutching Flax, 276
  • Woodcock, W. Thomae, Blackburn, and J. Smalley, Pistons, 165
  • Woodron, H., Shirts, 252
  • Woods, George, Pack Saddles, 89
  • Woolbert, J. H., Extracts from Madder, 89
  • Woolston, G. F., Cutting and Planing Wood, 3110
  • Wordsworth, J., Water-closets, 1 ris
  • Wormald, J., and G. Pollard, Ratchet Bracep, 161
  • Worthington, 11. IL, Fluid Metre, 94
  • Wren, Eliza Caroline, Child's Cot, 240
  • Wren, J. W. Cawley, Perambulator, 89
  • Wright, S. B., and H. T. Green, Bricks and Tiles, 91
  • Wright, Wm., and John, Crushing Grain, 205
  • Wrigley, J. and J. Noun°, Shuttles, 362
  • Wyche, T. Eyre, Propelling Vessels, 155
  • Wyatt, H., Steering Vessels, 276
  • Yates, Edwin, Dinner and Dessert Fork, 3.5
  • Yates, J., and T. It. Birch, Beer Engines, 328
  • Yeates, It., Lock and Lever Knives, 62
  • Zalin, W. H., Twists, 158
  • Zeune, D., Pulverised Ore, 205
  • Zinkernagel, J. T. A., Mosaic Work, 1W. ,•m•i••••11

Abstracts of Specifications - Subject Matter

  • Acid Gas, Aturiatic, Atkinson, 71
  • With Tannic, 161
  • Account Books, Linsey, 206
  • Advertising, Public Erection for, BachofTner, 103
  • Aerated Waters. Gedge, 35
  • Beverages, Johnson, 841
  • Agricultural Engines, Lee, 390
  • Apparatus, Lacy, 34u Alarm, Portable, Turletti, 116
  • Safety. Pugh, 264
  • Alkaline Earths, Tilghman, Alloys of Metals, Elkington, 47
  • Artificial Teeth, Coghlan, 161
  • Amalgamating Ores, Mitchell, 222
  • Ammonia, Charcoal, &c., Ellis, 92
  • Carbonate of, Deacon, 206
  • Carbonate of, Gossage. 162
  • Amylacious Substances, Roberts and Dale, 252
  • Anchors. Bessemer. 242
  • Animal Substances, &c., PrePervation of, Dern.iit, 241
  • Substances, Lignac, 300
  • Antibilious Powder, Lopez. J41
  • Artificial Teeth, Eskell, 318
  • Awnings, &c., North, 339
  • Axles, Newman and Whittle, 71
  • Johnson, 88
  • Axle-boxes, Ilorsfield, 155
  • Axle-tree for Carriages, Brecheux ,351
  • Azimuth Compass, Variation and, Kleinsorgen, 261
  • and Amplitude Instruments, Gray, 351
  • Bags, Mounting for. Chioss, 317
  • Paper, Brown, 162
  • Baking, Dray, 318
  • Baking-ovens, Hewett, 176
  • Band, Sell-fastening, Hunt, 97
  • Bands or Straps, Goodyear, 93
  • Avery, 155
  • Disengaging, Lewtas, 205 1htho, Photographic. Gaudin, s9
  • Bayonets, Brown, 159
  • Beds, Tents, &c., White, 92
  • Bed -bottoms, Newton, 222
  • Bedst ads, Smith, 252
  • Bedstead+, Peyton, Morrison, 328
  • Whinfleld and Jackson, 159
  • Osborne, 300
  • Dawson, 91
  • Peyton and Morrison, 352
  • Milner, 276
  • Simmonds, 205
  • Metallic, Winfield and Jackson, 159
  • Bell Cranks, Harcourt. 205
  • Beverage, an Improved, Jcnner, 171
  • Biscuits, Bird, 78
  • Blades of Cutttng Machines, Jouquet, 353
  • Bleaching, Blackburn, 154
  • Blinds, Maps, &c, Brownfoot, 92
  • Blinds, Rolling limes, I P Blind,,, sun, Jeffrey's. 47
  • Blind Rack, III Is, 205
  • Blocking Leather, G..lding, 177
  • Blowing Apparatus. Tuck, 71
  • Boats, Boudiere, 276
  • Boats, Oilbee, 89
  • Goodyear, 89
  • Folding, Flagg, 23
  • Bobbins, Butchs•rs, 1 )7
  • Boilers. Rennie, 221
  • Atkinson and Ridge, 201
  • Marine, O' Regan, 261
  • Thom, 103
  • Rollers, Furnace., Ste., Holt, 339
  • Books, Binding, Gaste, 318
  • Bookbinding, Henry, 161
  • Bobbin Machine, Ensor, 205
  • Boilers, Furnaces, &c., Hopkinson, 175
  • Feeding, Fontainemoreati, 115
  • Holmes, 276
  • Bolts, Nuts, &c., Fletcher, 318
  • and Fastenings, Clarke and Bower, 327
  • Black, Screw and Rivet Machinery, Rotherd, 241
  • Locks, &e., Smith, 205
  • Booty and shoes, 1111)1111g, 323
  • Rice, 310
  • Coleo, 92
  • Bernard, 222
  • Hubbard, 240
  • Bousfield, 92
  • Golding and Paine, 159
  • rlarke, 159
  • Bottles, Buintor, 194
  • Bowls, Iron, Vaughan, 92
  • Box for P.ipi.rs, 94
  • Bracelets, Ryland, 222
  • Braid, Manufacture of, Gedge, 221
  • Brake, Locomotive, &c.. Parsons, 351
  • Brake, Railway, Paige, 155
  • Smith, 204
  • Brakes, R iilway, Johnson, bS Clement, 2:38
  • Pontalnemoreau, 276
  • Parkinson, 204
  • Bread Crum and Paul, 328
  • Breakwaters, &c., Glover, 352
  • Brewing. Lister, 318
  • Brick-Making Machinery, Brown, 300
  • Bricks and Tiles, Roberts, 352
  • Bricks, Pipes, and Tiles, Williams, 50
  • Bricks, Kilns for, &c., Barber, 328
  • &c., Effertz. 158
  • &c., 1innk, 158
  • Bricks and 'files, Wright and Green, 91
  • Bridges, Wohlgemuth, 176
  • Pittar, 89
  • Bridle, Guilbert and Guilleinore, 204
  • Brushes, Pratt, 340
  • Conner, 92
  • H inks, 317
  • Brushing Boots, &c., Ayckbouru, Buffers, Myers, 88
  • and Draw-springs. Mitchell, 220
  • Springs, Richardson, 339
  • Bugs, Destruction or, Copland, 206
  • Building, Materials for, Pym, 47
  • Buffing and Coupling, Chjttaway, 50
  • Building Material, Pldding, 71
  • Busk and Hook for dtays, Tucker, 91
  • Buttons, Attaching, Gardner, 205
  • Chain Cables, Bentley, 176
  • Camp Furniture. Gregory, 156
  • Can, Vessel or, Draper and Draper, 161.
  • Canisters, Preserve, Taylor,11
  • Cannon, Hart, 240
  • Candles, Tilghman, R., Austen, 162
  • Laport, 206
  • Cannon, Newton, 352
  • Flynn, 47
  • Guns, &c., Bentley, 316
  • Rifled, IlarIclan, 103
  • Haddao, 130
  • Capstans, Wheels for, &c., Clark, 33
  • Capsuling Machine, Ardonin, 300
  • Carbonate of boda, Scott, 222
  • Scott, 353
  • Card, Marking Paper, Effertz, 98
  • Cards or Flats, Hamilton, 71
  • Carding, Combing. &c., Walton, 239
  • Cotton, &c., Bailey and Quarmby, 239
  • Chad wick, 221
  • Spence, 238
  • Palmer, 35
  • Wilkinson, 221
  • Engines, Johnson, 298
  • Greenwood, 339
  • Calvert and Smith, 328
  • Johnson, 316
  • Carpets, &c., Fawcett and Fawcett, 157
  • Carpet and other Bags, Goodyear, 93
  • Carriage, Abraham, Thompson, 238
  • Carriages, Goodyear, 89
  • Lenny, 251, 351
  • Railway, itagazzoli, 71
  • Railway, &c., Johnson, 47
  • Datneron, 156
  • Invalid, Kennard, 276
  • Cart-tipping Apparatus, Garn, 351
  • Cartridges, Ball, Brown, 159
  • Davoubt, 310
  • Hawker and II awker, 352
  • Casks, Cousins, 178
  • Robertson, 103
  • or Barri.ls, Hancock, 161
  • Metal, Brown, 160
  • Gedge, 162
  • Cast-steel, Simpson and Nicholson, 311
  • Euchatius, 222
  • Bessemer, 242
  • Tubes, Stirling, 300
  • Castors, Furniture, Hyde, 92
  • Ellisdon, 340
  • Casting Metals, Johnson, 318
  • Mortars, Brooman, 150
  • Moulds used in, Cooke, 103
  • Ordnance, &c., !'airbairn, 210
  • Newton, 20ti Castor Oil, Durant, 35
  • Carving Wood, &c., Adams, 212
  • Caulking Decks, McIntyre, 136
  • Cement, Crossley and Beaumont, 240
  • Cements, Roberts, 205
  • Chairs, Folding, Brown and Brown, 241
  • Children's, Hester, 237
  • Chimneys, Mitcheson, 89
  • Changing Motion, &c., Hutchinson, 327
  • Chlorine, Thihierge, 212
  • Chocolate, Lebaigue, 178
  • Chopping Barley, Holben, 352
  • Chronometers, Clocks, &c., Webster, 178
  • Churns, Ferryman, 90
  • Fontainemoreau, 261
  • Churning, poilitt, 205
  • Clarionets. Ward, 240
  • Clasps and Buckles. Brough, 92
  • Clay Cutter. Tailor's, Smith, 161
  • Clay for Potters' Use. Cochran, 62
  • Clays for Bricks, Preparation of, Platt and Whitehead, 264
  • Cleaning Cotton, Cox, 316
  • Chimneys, Durant, 178
  • and Dressing Mee. Graham, 252
  • Knives, Cooke, 328
  • Cleansing Linen, Moseley, 212
  • Cleaning Wheat, Humphreys and Loughry, 340
  • Clearing Wheat, Gardner, 239
  • Clip-holders, Scully and Heywood, 252
  • Cloth, Impermeable, Sautelet, 157
  • Cloth for Boots and Shoes, Preparing, Rice, 352
  • Coating iron and Steel, Warner, 94
  • Metals, Watt, 310
  • Metals. Morrie's. 35
  • Iron, Potin and 1,ingee, 93
  • Coal-hole Cover, Safety, Boustield, 316
  • Cocks, Butler. 130
  • and Taps, Scully and Heywood, 93
  • Coffee, Thery, 222
  • Treating, Poncelin, 93
  • Pots, Hudson, 205
  • Coin, Reckoning. Baragnon, 160
  • Coke, Watson, Cooking, Clarke, 210
  • Cooking Apparatus, Wilson, 91
  • Stoves, NIusgrave, 221
  • Colours, Wood. 93
  • Colouring Matter, Niurdoch, 211. Matters, Johnson. 318
  • Collisions, Neutralising the Effect of, Asbury, 35
  • Prevention of, Shaw. 327
  • Cooling Tobacco. &c.. RAerts, 341
  • Comiensera, Newton. 237
  • Cond"n,era, Surface, BousIleld, 2i1
  • Vapours, Loradeux, 92
  • Condensing or Exhausting Mr. Tuck. 62
  • Communicating betweenCarrlages,Flynn,156
  • Communications, Railway Train, Hardy, 231
  • Combs, Gills, 8r,c.. Harding, 239
  • Goodyear, 91
  • Combing and Carding, Barry. 93
  • Combing Wool, Tavernier, 157
  • Broom, 90
  • Combustion, Absorbing Products of, Simons, 50
  • of Coals, 71
  • Compreascd Air, Motive Power, by Eontainemoreau, 357
  • Compasses, Correcting. Allan, 156
  • Ship, Moor.., 156
  • Compensating Wear of Machinery. Hughes, 204
  • Condensing Uot Air and obtaining Motive Power therefrom, Ariner. 127
  • Confectionary. Prd,phet, 47
  • Consuming smoke. Johnson, 210
  • Craig. 88
  • Marion, 127
  • Cornea, 155
  • Consumption of Smoke, &c., Dormer, 241
  • Copies. Fac-Simile, Newton, 318
  • Copyin: Press, 318
  • Copying Writings, Peacock and Barry, 93
  • Cork, Preparing, ltitchieand Ritchie, 94
  • Cork., Scc Claijs, 242
  • Corking I3ottles. ticott. 318
  • Corn. Drysing, ezc 11•Cartoo, 176
  • Corroding. Prevent, Scully and hey wood, 178
  • Cot, Child's, Wren. 240
  • Cotton. Preparing. &e., Curtis and Wain, 176
  • Cotton, &c., Yarns of, Lister, 310
  • Cotton Seed, Treating, Schramm, 162
  • Covering Yarns. Orange, 157
  • Crane or Jenny, Adamson, 220
  • Cranes, Reynaud, 178
  • Crushing Grain, Wilson, 252
  • Crushing Mill, iland. 158
  • Cylinders. Reels, &c., 328
  • Cylinder Printing, M•Nicol. 311
  • Cultivating Land, Williams, 352
  • Cupping Apparatus, Cipron, 162
  • Curing Flesh, Tooth, 92
  • Currycombs. Tidesley. 93
  • Cutting and Shaping Cork, 8eittien and Bruno, 35
  • Cutting Dovetails and Tenons, Wimehurat, 311
  • Cutting and Punching Metals, &c., Iludson, 328
  • Cutting Nails, Latour and Latour, 177
  • Paper, Scholedeld. 317
  • Paper, &c.. Robinson and Wedding, 50
  • Turnips, Rowley, 310
  • Vugetahle Substances, Caldow awl 50
  • Veneers, Carand, 159
  • And Planing Wood, Woolstan, 360
  • Wood, B .uslield, 91
  • Stone, Manby and Piper, 205
  • Cut Nails, (loose, Damping Woollens, Itadclill'o, 221
  • Decolourising. Stenhouse, 242
  • Designs, Producing, 119pc, 221
  • Desk.. Palmer, 156
  • Devices on Glass, Twist. 93
  • Dies and Matrices. Johnson, 277
  • Digging. Hanson, 90
  • Machinery, Evans, 352
  • Land, Hanson, 158
  • Dinner and Dessert Fork, Yates, 35
  • Discharging Coals, &c., linch.127
  • Disconnecting Shafts, Trapp, 74
  • Discovering the Escape of Gas, Johnson, 340
  • Disengaging Horses. Webster, 116
  • Disinfecting Material, Glass, 265
  • Distillation, Siemens, 318
  • Distributing Fluids, Johnson, 352
  • Despatch Distributor, Duncker, 300
  • Diving Apparatus, Danduran, 161
  • Boat, Deschamps arid Vilcoq. 88
  • Door-knoba, Webb and Catstree, 300
  • Doors and Grates, Securing, Avery, irpt
  • Doubling Cotton, Lawson, Major, and Schofield. 59
  • " Drab de Soio," Dupont, 90
  • Drawer., Securing. Avery, 158
  • Dredging, Tuck, 178
  • Dressing Cloth, Newton, 352
  • Flour, Newton, 239
  • llracegirdle, 352
  • Gram, Nulder, 47
  • Yarns, Baron, 116
  • Drill, Knighton, 158
  • Drilling, Booth, 162
  • Drilling or Boring, Bartlett, 177
  • Dressing and Finishing Cloth, Spence, 157
  • Yarns, and Sizing, Throlfall and Higson, 315
  • Drying, Hutchnanco, 93
  • Corn, blcCarton, 175
  • Flour, Newton, 299
  • NV heat, Ike., Robinson, 316
  • and Heating Bodies, 8cwartz. 311
  • Organic Substances, base, 74
  • Dyeing, Hoyle, 238
  • Siik, Jacques, 316
  • Dynamical Apparatus, ltadiguet, 155
  • Earthenware, !Milian, 94
  • and China, Bellay, Elastic Bands, Rowley, 161
  • Elastic Fabrics, liedeils, 90
  • Electric Light, I'ule, 317
  • Telegraphs, Preece, 317
  • Telegraphs, Jones, 317
  • Gordon, 177
  • Electricity. Allan, 328
  • as a Motive Power, Achard, Electro Coating Metals, Puls, 241 Electro-magnetic Apparatus, Piggot, 317 Apparatus, Whitehouse, 317
  • Embossins. Paper, &c., Pinchos, 300 Embroidering Fabrics, Haven, 116
  • Enamel, Crystal, Paris, 93
  • Encaustic Matter.i, Polisse and Lenge.leo. 71 Engines and Carriages, Fairbairn and Has-lem, 238
  • Locomotive, Du dale, 299
  • Engraving. Hope and Hope, 157
  • Escapement, Perrot, 91
  • Etching Designs on Surfaces, Muckelt, 23 Exhausting ant Closing Vessels, Avery, 161 Expanding Tables, Betjemann. 317 txplosions, Prevention of Boiler, Hall, 315 Fire-extinguisher, Taylor 265
  • Extrac.s from Madder. Woolpert, 82 Extruting Metals, Forrest, 242
  • Extracting Aroma from Plants, &c., Augier, 222
  • Fabrics, Boustleld. 239
  • Cutting 'Pile. Chalmers, 205
  • Piled, Collier. 158
  • Washing, &c., Cottrill. 299. Washing. Sr.e., Cottrell, 299
  • Waterproof, Deotibeaux, 201
  • Wolter, Samson, and Butterfield. 93
  • Chenille, Richardson and Greenshields, 90
  • Cotton. King and Holdsworth, 89
  • Cuttiog, Roman, 318
  • Damping, Patterson and Patterfion, 221
  • Embossed and Craped, Ilemsley, 239
  • Hair, Devy. 116
  • Knitted, Bailey. 90
  • Knitted. Thornton, 238
  • Linen, Dobson, 315
  • Loop, Clarke, 90
  • Looped, Paget, 352
  • Looped, Cotton, 239
  • Pile and other, Wood, 157
  • Textile, Dick, 332
  • Textile, Walker, 339
  • Textile. Rosson, 157
  • Textile. Whitehead, jun., and Whitehead, 90
  • Textile, Pradel, 20
  • Textile, Bridson. 290
  • Moistening Textile. Radcliffe. 157
  • Weaving Textile, Wham. 221
  • Warp, Ball and 1V1ll.Ins, t39
  • Wa.hing. Oxley, 178
  • Nietailic Water proof, Jobnson, 110
  • Weaving, Toye, 74
  • Weaving, Cuncliffe, 299
  • Woollen, Kempe, 221
  • Woven, Harrison and Greaves, 339
  • Woven t Kay and Malliosou, 239
  • Woven, Bell, 339
  • Woven, Ripley. 93
  • Pressing Woven, Wilson. 90
  • Stretching and Finishing Woven, Morley, 352
  • Printing. Giactford,158
  • Embroidering', Heaven. 158
  • Warped, Hemsley, 158, Cleari..g. liftmen, 59
  • Dressing. Patterson, 299
  • Cleaning, Robert son, 158
  • Templeton and Ms ler, 158
  • Ela.tie or Pile,Thoroton & 'fbornton.156
  • Fastenings for Stays, Corsets, 8rx., Oodding, 317
  • Fatty Ai ids, Fontainemoreau, kids, Humphrey, 162
  • Fatty and Oily Substances, Tilghman, 212
  • Fatty Matters, Humphrey. 162
  • Fatty or Oily substances, Treating,Tea11,277
  • Feed Apr) tratus. Oimson . 176
  • Feeder- for Lubricating N1achinery, Burdess, 71
  • Feeding Boilers, Moreau, 115
  • Feeding florets, Mixture for, Morrison, 116
  • Feet Cox, !rings. PldclIng, 74
  • Felted C,oths, Wilkinimii and Wilkinson, 316
  • ibres, Prepariug, Burke, 71
  • Textile, Lilley, 103
  • Fibrous Materials, Morrell, 133
  • Figure.' Net, Broom tn, 23
  • Fire-arm', II anion, 300
  • Brooman, 276
  • Newton. 340
  • Rogers, 240
  • Goddard, 159
  • Luxton, 316
  • Pryse and Cashmore, 139
  • Reeves. 116
  • nn, 352 11,,bert. 91
  • Bli.sett 176
  • Newton, 240
  • D adds, 240
  • Ramxcar, 221
  • Mayer, 310
  • Church, 176
  • Pitman Talbot, 210
  • Artillery and, Whitworth, 261
  • Breach•loadiiiz, Aston, C 1' . 176
  • Breach-loading, William% 1:)9
  • Breach-loading, Bouslield, 310
  • Breach-loading, Johnson, 91
  • Breach part of; Horton. 231
  • Breach-loading, Richard‘ and Rock Cooper, 340
  • Revolving. and Cannon, TreebY,50 Revolving. 328
  • Fire Lighter, Grifton, 59
  • Fire-places, Nicoll 332
  • Filtering Liquids. Broadbent, 92
  • Fixtures. Pycock. 116
  • Flan, Treating, Cuniiffe, 127
  • Feutching. Wood, 276
  • Floatin.4 Batteries, Grahame, 237
  • Vessel, Henry. 237
  • Flour, Dressing, Newton, 328
  • Mills, Pratt, 35
  • Fluids and Gases, Culpin, 338
  • Flyers, Heys, 157
  • Cooke, 316
  • Fuel, Artificial, McLaren and Williams Pugh, 92
  • Artificial, Morin, 130
  • Rualem, 162
  • A rt fIcial Cox, 300
  • Furnaces and Boilers, Jessop, 276
  • Furnaces, Dodds, 155
  • Beattie. 201
  • Barrows, 276
  • PuddlimOlill, 178
  • Jeffreys, 317
  • Thomson, 220
  • Crampton, 331
  • Hopkinson, Jun., 155
  • Whitehea,i, 8d J 'Ickes, 155
  • Waiter Swinburne, 328
  • Napier, 155
  • Thompson, 88
  • Jhmes Swinhurne, 300
  • Hacking, 351
  • Collecting Gases from, Onions, 211
  • Smoke Consuming. Smith, 135
  • And Steam Boilers, Aston and llopkinson, 315
  • Bars, Davis, 317
  • Craven, 176
  • Higghibottom, 276
  • Prideaux, 156
  • Galvanic Batteries, Dering, 840
  • Galvanising. Gedge. 160
  • Garancine, Mardon, 93
  • Garments. Finishing, Osbourn, 340
  • Garments. Seamless. Waistaff, 252
  • Gas, Lancaster and Smith, 130
  • Hydrogen. Gabes, 160
  • Johnson, 222
  • Bouchard, 177
  • Johnson, 103
  • Longbottom. 177
  • Brooman, 310
  • Pollard, 92
  • Manufacture of, Pyne and Malah, 241
  • Manufacture of, Newton, 265
  • Measuring, Stent, 92
  • Supply of, Esplin. 159
  • Meters. &c., Saunders and Donovan, 130
  • Meters. Edge. 159
  • Meters, Crossley. 300
  • Meters. Gedge, 222
  • Regulators, Smith, 317
  • Gatet, Halcombe. 253
  • '%Nralem, 300
  • Peyton. 222
  • Newton, 160
  • Gain Ps, Pressure or Vacuum, Gwyne, 351
  • Steam. Silvester, 327
  • Gear. Toothed, Walker. 59
  • Gig, &c., Back Band for, Hills, 237
  • Girders. Pitman, Talbot, 316
  • Glass. Gilbee, 177
  • and Clay Wares, Richardson, 277
  • Platinising. Pettinean. 93
  • Fire and Burglar Proof, Newton, 35
  • Reflectors. Felton, 23
  • Sheet. Jones, 177
  • Globes and Shades, Giller, 253
  • Gloves. Westrop and Sharman, 240
  • Nutta11,317
  • Lewis, 159
  • Lycett, 11
  • Gold Leaf. Lane Governor for Steam-Engines. Bellford, 175
  • Granaries. Devaux, 299
  • Grass-Cutting Machines, Dyke, 221
  • Grates Stove, Redinayne. 69
  • Grease, Extracting. 212
  • Grinding Corn, Moor, 239
  • Farm Produce, Patterson, 316
  • Grain, White. 35
  • Mills, Bellford, 91
  • Mill, Stansbury. 158
  • Grain, 7&c., Airing, and Preserving, Salaville, Crushing, Wright. 205
  • Grease for Lubricating Axles, Durham and Cornelius Wyatt, 177
  • Grooving and Slotting, Sharp and Furnival, 300
  • Gun-sights, Ball, 328
  • Guns, Pereuss!on Bellford. 159
  • and Pistols, Lucenav, 176
  • and Pistols, Cnckinay and C1ovrn, 252
  • Gunpowder. Shears. 252
  • Goody ear, 91
  • Drayson, 261
  • Hall. al Gun-stocks, Piper, 91
  • Gutter and Itidrb, CotsP11, 317
  • Gu'ta Pcrcha Valves. Bf0013143, 59 Gutta Perchs, Ford. 205
  • Hand-rests, Ledger, Burgin, 318
  • Hammers, filmic, 323
  • Nsylor. 300
  • Handles for Augers, 161
  • Harrowing Machine, Raywooi, 316
  • Harvesting Machine, Tolhausen, 352
  • Hat or Bonnet, 210
  • Linings, Ma!;sip, 252
  • Hats. Cooley. Barlow, 103
  • Hats. G irden, 317
  • Bellford, 221
  • Carrinton, Ratcliffe, 340
  • Head Covering. Leach, 276
  • [heat, Genera ing. Laiic t4ter and Smith, 237
  • Heating Buildings, Davies, 91
  • Liquids. Sadlier. 71
  • or Cooling Liquids. &c., Schwartz, 177
  • Water. Bentley, 159
  • Heckling Flax. Lowry, 158
  • Hide. and Skins. Claus, 161
  • Ho,d, Blum, 1Z Hook4 and Eyes. Cornforth, 222
  • H .1ders for Artificial Teeth, Truman. 317
  • Horse Mills, Motive Power, John,.on, Horses. Controlling, Fontainemoreau. 327
  • Ho, se—rake. Smith, 103
  • Huts, Tents, and Canis' Hospitals. 352
  • Hot-air Flues, Flynn. 47
  • Hot-pre4ping Apparatus. Collier and James William Cro%sley, 327
  • Grain and Seeds, Johnson, 340
  • Huts. Vehicles. &c., 261
  • lee Producing, Tolhauseo, 318
  • (Ilumination, Lloyd. Impregnating Wood, Boucherie, 178
  • nerustatio Preventing. Topham. 116
  • Incubator, Self-Acting. Martin, 311
  • India-Rubber, Goodyear, 92
  • Johnson, 318
  • Leather Cloth, Job and Tomlinson, 157
  • and Gutta-Percha, Johnson, 323
  • Johnson, 160
  • Indicating Distance Travelled, Adcock, 238
  • Pressure, B rclay, 315
  • Indicator. Omnibus, Ulrich, 238
  • A Ship-leakage, Hart, 351
  • Distance, Durant, 156
  • Indurating %larole and Stone, Page, 316
  • Inks, Printing, De la Rue, 161
  • Inkstands. 1) Ott, liaruab.a. 98
  • Bull, 177
  • Scully and Heywood, 178
  • Peat), 222
  • Iron, Ta)lor. 317
  • Hampton, 318
  • Cast, Price and Nicholson. 341
  • Manufacture of, Sandrr.on, 353
  • Rods, &c., llocroft and Forest. 300
  • Manufacturing Forged, Clay, 23
  • Shapitliz, R. illy, 74
  • and Steel, Mantel), 178, 211
  • Scrap, Treatment of, Forsyth, 206
  • Forging, Fontainemoreaux, 206
  • and Steel, Martien, Gauen. 211
  • Jacquard Machines, Moreau, 137 You tainemoreau, 157
  • Knapsacks. Glover, Kilns and ()yew. Gedge, 177
  • Knitting Machinery. Brooman, 315 Needham and Kite, 33:
  • Hodge', 90
  • Knive, Gauge. Over, 210
  • Knives or Cutters, Pfeiffer, 211 Cleaning, Fourdriners. 136 Knitting Machinery. Broomall, 201
  • Labels. &c., Neale, 33
  • Lace. Hart, 47
  • Lamps, Piwgrt, 159
  • Gruel, 2.2
  • Johnsen. 252
  • a Guard for Moderator, Fenton, 155
  • Oil, Levavasseur and Levavasseur, 91
  • Roof, Defiles, 327
  • Safety, Dub:111e, 161
  • Moderator, Weston and Le% is. 47
  • Wicks, Eke and Hammond, 328
  • Lead, &c., Preparing Black, Bammell, 300
  • Leather, Richards, 300
  • Artificial, Careless, 162
  • Artificial. Splitting, Stansbury, 162 Ugh', Obt.ining, Niay, 16L Liquids. Distributing, Bain, 161
  • Liquids. dcc., Flow ot, D.tvis, 317
  • Loading Coal Vestiols, Finch, 176
  • Locks. Mueller, Newton, 316
  • Stansbitry, 159
  • for Fire-arms. Boueleld. 221
  • and Lever Knives, Yeates, 62
  • and Latches. Scully and Heywood, 91
  • Locomotives, Rowland and Rowland, 237
  • Wichens„ 219
  • Locomotive Engines, Adams, 116
  • Engines, Dugdale, 89, 299
  • Looms, Willan and Mills, 241
  • Bentham, 2911
  • Rives, 252
  • Watenn, 316
  • Tempest, Tomlinson, Hampson and Ilampson, 316
  • Power, iloust1e1(1, 239
  • Power. Thompson and Wills. 89
  • for Weaving. Threlfall and Knowles. 221
  • for Weaving, Atherton and Boyes, 157
  • for Weaving, Fillter. 90
  • for Weaving, Vermeersch, 35
  • for Weaving, Hoses, 3!.. Ward, 310
  • Roberts and Coppock, 35
  • Latour and Latour, 116
  • Denton, 327
  • Parry and Ivers, 238
  • Oddie and Lancaster, 238
  • Jacquard, Ilan. 352
  • Power. Marland and Marian& 352
  • Lees and Clegg, 201
  • Power, Valentine, Foster, and Haworth, 251
  • Shuttles of, Newton, 74
  • Lotion. Neale, 59
  • Lozenge., &c., Derricy, 59
  • Lubricating Metallic Moving Surfaces, Tidmarsh, 23
  • Motaz, 318
  • Bearirws, Oddy, 23
  • Compound, Hiram, Madder, Preparation of, }limn, 178
  • Making Malt, Fleetwood, 328
  • Making Pulp, Kock, 62
  • Malt Mills, Riley, 47
  • Manganese, Oxide of, Dunlop, 341
  • Mangles, Earber,Buttertield, and Austin, 176
  • Manometer, Charton. 162
  • Maps. grc., Mignon, 11
  • Haleornb, 206
  • Manure, Ritterbanott, 90
  • Nottidge. 221
  • Forlon g, 276
  • Marking Stamps. Pinches, 300
  • Materials, Paper and Textiles, Lotteri, 328
  • Mattress, Beatric, 89
  • Measuring Liquids. Brooman, 3.1
  • Medicine, Sleight, 160
  • Medicine, Cholera, Jennings, 162
  • Metal Beams, Girders. &c., Bessemer, 240
  • Metal Wares. Gommes and Beaugrand, 205
  • Metals, Moulding Article‘ of, &c., Healey, 277
  • Coating, Stirling, 265
  • Metallic Arch for Bridges, &c., Tabourin, 23
  • Pens. Macintosh.178
  • Metre. Fluid. Worthington, 59
  • Fluid. Worthington. 94
  • Milk, Treating, Grimwade, 300
  • Mill Stones. Pargvit, Millstones. Fouchier, 158
  • Minerals. Separating, Mack worth 91
  • Mordants used In Dyeing, Kopp, 3'i mosaic Work, Zinkernagel. 161
  • Motion, Increasing, Laxton. 276
  • Motive Power. Knocker, 327
  • Brooman, 276
  • Gedge. 103
  • Pascal. 74
  • Murphy, 103
  • Levefre, 83
  • Peaff, 103
  • Greaves, 220
  • Arnier. 155
  • Johnson. 237
  • Weber. 2.i Edwards, 50
  • Johnson.88
  • Wolff, 339
  • °Bardeen. 327
  • Obissler, 50
  • Schiele, 88
  • Sy. Edouard. 155
  • Coutinbo. 237
  • Staadt. 237
  • Halkett. 239
  • for Locomotives, 'I'uckcy, 339
  • Grenet, 160
  • Engine, Chadwick, Hanson and Chadwick. 22
  • Johniom, 276
  • Nivimyth. 204
  • Moulded Articici, Goodyear, 93
  • Moulding Metals, Inglis and Cowie. 23
  • Storing Malty Bodisi. Bouchet, 204
  • Nloyinle and Stopping Trucks, Six.. lootc,351
  • Mules. Brierley. 238
  • Sel( Acting. Elce, 251
  • Mellor, 156
  • Musical Instruments. Jobluson, 47
  • Instrument, ()avian, 71
  • Notation, Striby, 91
  • Naphtha, Dc la Rue, 177
  • Obtaining Elevations, Stocqucler and Saunders, 161
  • Motion, Cooper, 276
  • Motive Power, Denten, 237
  • Oils, Gilhee. 177
  • Earth, Bancroft. 300
  • Lubricating, Hiram, 353
  • Lubricating anil Burning, Hart, 178
  • Treating, Guiltier, 158
  • Oily Matters, Motaz, 318
  • Substances, Baucroft and White 235
  • Oleag1nols Compounds, Greenshields, 317
  • Ores. Newton, 222
  • Pulveribed, Zeuoe. 205
  • Ordnance, Church, 240
  • Bramwell and Crawford, 316
  • OrnArnenting Articles, Johnson, 116
  • Metal Surfaces, Skinner, 318
  • Surfaces. Meinig and Kukla, 161
  • SurLices, Bellamy, 252
  • Ovens, Herbert, 21U Oxides of Iron, Martien. 161
  • Paddle-whrels, Tayler, 3.9
  • Leighton. 351
  • Newton. 201
  • Paints or Pigments, Spilsbury, Oybbon, and Emerson, 178
  • Painting, Clero de Clerville, 328
  • Pack Saddles. Woods, 89
  • Paper. Selk. 92
  • Moll, 92
  • Gabe°, 93
  • Ochs, 189
  • Fraser, 177
  • Dickinson. 222
  • Archer, 310
  • Pasteboard and Pulp, Horton and Horton, 23
  • Ocbs. 206
  • Cutting, Ullmer, 160
  • Pasteboard and Pulp, Broomall, 91
  • Paper-hangings. llinchliff, 176
  • Graham, 202
  • Paper. Sm.. Hastings, 93
  • Ptio, Fraser. 212
  • Pen-holders, Paget, 161
  • Pencil-case, Lownds, 161
  • Pencil-cafes, Land and Balo, 318
  • Perambulator, Wren, 89
  • Geyelin, 276
  • Smith, 156!
  • Percusslon-caps, finks and Dowler, 3
  • Perfuming Articles for Domestic Use, Steane, 93
  • Photographic. Hawse°, 318
  • Glasses, Gedge. 35
  • Photographs on Ivory, Moller, 318
  • Clive. 206
  • Photographic Metallic Surfaces, Pretsch,160
  • Photography. Archer, 161
  • Mayan, 300
  • Pianofortes, Dewrance. 211
  • Eavestaff, Glen, 211
  • Pianofortes. Hammers of. Fisher. 310
  • Organs. Seraphines. &c., Barry, 71
  • Freomes, 156
  • Walenn, 276
  • Picture Frames. Gibbs. 177
  • pills, Hardy and Fordoff. 162
  • Pin for Thatch Coverings, Fullard, 130
  • Pipes, Earthenware. Hide, 23
  • PipesZService, or Cisterns, Morris, Chrimc, and Eskholine, Pistons. Woodcock, Blackburn and Smalley, 155
  • Pipes and Tubes, Brooman, 93
  • Parson, 239
  • Tiles, Ste., Schlickherfsen, 1.53
  • Packing Pistons, Van Den Burgh, 155
  • Plane Iron, Stansbury. 169
  • Plastic Materials, Venable*, 130
  • Coignet, 328
  • Articles, Tooth, 11
  • Plating Metallic Surfaces, Taylor, 177
  • Ploughs. Howard. 23
  • Pneumatic Moderator, Wilson, 340
  • Pottery. Sanders and Sanders, WI Presses, Field, 161
  • Binning. 317
  • Hydraulic, Norbury, 223
  • Ross. 162
  • Preparation of Glass, Burridge, 316
  • Preparation for Sandwiches, Byrne, 62
  • Preservation of Fresh Eggs. Shurgar, 74
  • Preservation of Grain. (ledge, 221
  • the Teeth, Thwaltes, Brock. 222
  • Preserving Food. Brooman. 206
  • Nasmyth. 160
  • Preserving Animal substances, &c., Hinds 300
  • Animal and Vegetable Matters, Goldner, 241
  • Meat, Fish, &c., Bethell, 50
  • Food, Perry, 92
  • Teeth, Garbai, 178
  • Timber. Westwood and Bailie, R9
  • Prints, Impressions of, Cornides, 206
  • Printing, Goodyear, 92
  • Jones, 157
  • Illingworth. 222
  • Newton, 328
  • On Calico, &c., Almgill, 89
  • Music, Norman, 235
  • Music, Normandy, 212, 265
  • Presses, M*Glashan and Field, 277
  • Stuffs. Hartmann. 176
  • Larmouth and Smith. 162
  • Music. Normand), 265
  • Projectiles, Crossley, 45
  • Rollett, 91
  • Bertinetti, 91
  • Thomas, 159
  • Deming. 221
  • Bessemer, 210
  • Bev en 252
  • Tolhaasen, 328
  • Skelton, 352
  • Britten, Precipitating Salts, Margucritte, 353
  • Protector for the Chest, &c.. Dowtiney, 177
  • Propellers, Wenworthy and Greenwood, b9
  • Soelman, 155
  • Propel inv. Wilson, 318
  • Vessels, Cramer. 156
  • Application of Steam for, Duncan, 88
  • And Construction of Stearn Vessels, Tevindale, 351
  • Vessels, Bentield, 89
  • Wyche, 1.55
  • I1 orison and Palmer, 315
  • Hitt, 315
  • Panel, 156
  • Geyelin, 327
  • rumps, Gcdge. 93
  • Cooling, 162
  • Hewitt, 93
  • Chines, 91
  • Heaton, 178
  • Pulp from Wood, Martin and Cowdery Martin. 92
  • Pulverking floors and Horns for Manure, N'erel. 127
  • Pulverising. Hewitt, 160
  • Hoofs, Verel, 20.5
  • Punchinz, Rivetting, and Shearing, Cook, 317
  • Pyrites, and Ores, Lozano, 212
  • Quadrant, Self-adjusting, Colby, 91
  • Railways. Monslow and Wallwork, 327
  • Railway Bars, Bessemer, 238
  • Carriages, Leroy, 237
  • Crossings for, Irlatu. 339
  • Train Connexions, PlyaG, 156
  • Breaks. Johnson, 156
  • Pouillet. 299
  • Railroad Chairs. Newton. 15".. Railway Chairs. ttc.. Field, 241
  • Crossings, Biddell, 201
  • Chairs, Jobson, 339
  • Wheels, Ludbrook, 156
  • Permanent Way, Bull, 176
  • Livingston. 23$
  • Railways and Wheels, Perma nent Way of, Symons, 339
  • Rails for Railways, Barnes, 315
  • Securing, Normandy, 299
  • In Chairs, Securing, Sands. 220
  • Railway Wheels, Bessemer. 23.i. Wheels and Axles, Beattiu, 220
  • Raising Gig for Manufactut ing Cloths, Gilpin, n8
  • Raising Liquids. Jones, 251
  • Ratchet Braces. Wormaki and p ollard, 161
  • Raw Silk, Brooman. 204
  • Reaping Machines, Bradley, 90
  • Palmer, 205
  • Robertson. 276
  • Receptacles for Cigars, Spectac les, Smith, &c., 93
  • Reducing Grain. Smith, 232
  • Reeds for Weaving. Johnson, 89
  • Reins, Johnson. 155
  • Reflectors. Light, Cooke, 311
  • Chappuls, 276
  • Reefing Sails, Cunningham. 88
  • Reels. Metallic, Clarke. Pretty, 89
  • Regulating the Pressure of UM, Cc., Porteous. 10
  • Register Stoves. Baker and Millerq. 221
  • Regulating Water in Boilers. Brock man. 220
  • Registering the Revolutions of Wheels, Forde, 339
  • Removing Property, Longsdon, 158
  • Revolvers, Kelt', 91
  • Roasting Jack,Holden and Nicil olas, 139
  • Roasting. 80., Mineral Sub3tances, Martlen, 177
  • Jacks, Chandler, 177
  • Spits, Hoyas. 91
  • Rockets, Shells. &c., Temperton, 261
  • Roller for Cloths, Saunders, 90
  • Roller Mill, Riley, 276
  • Rollin?, Metals, Johnson, 162
  • Rolling Iron, Johnson, 237
  • Rolling or Piece Boards. Wilson, 47
  • Roofing Tiles, Bridzewater, 91
  • Rope and Corday?. Newton, 277
  • Rotary Engine. Porteous, 88
  • Engines, Girard, 88
  • Steam Engine, Laroche, 71
  • Steam Engines, Bailmer, M5
  • En; ins, Porteous, 59
  • Rotating Stemn Engines, Airey and fAckabane, 88
  • RonOlings for Feet of Horses, Clark, 339
  • Rudders. Hepplewhite, 89
  • Ruling Paper, Tileston, 116
  • gaddle Trees, Bielefiold, 50
  • Safety VdIves, Gerherdi, 23
  • Salt.Gardner, 160
  • Saving Property from Fire, Durant, 178
  • Saws, Polishing', Southwell, 177
  • Scouring', Mottett, 201
  • Screws, Morrison, 323
  • Screw-hlanks, Nails, &e., Wakefield, 2G., Screw Wrench. Pitman Talbot, 222
  • Seed Planter, Stansbury, 158
  • Sewage, Treatment or, Manning, 160
  • Sewing Machines, Whittaker, 277
  • Baker, 161
  • Avery, 161
  • Smith, 265
  • Thomas, 178
  • Lobstein, 311
  • Meyerstin, Moore, 153
  • Separating SahstanceR, Newton, 162
  • Signal Posts, I moll, Shaping Nuts, Thanks, 161
  • Metals, Page and Robertson, 20G Shale, &c., Treatment of, Barry, 206
  • Shafts, Bousfield, 29)
  • Sheathin7 Ships, Johnson, 3.39
  • Shells and Balls. Feather, 176
  • Ships, Paimien. and J. B. Ferrari, 156
  • Snip Building, Peacock, 156
  • Shirt, Stanbury, 159
  • Shirts, Anderson, 116
  • Wood roil, 252
  • Showing the Direction and Distance run by a Ship at Sea, Gray, 220
  • Shoes and Boots. Goodyear, 317
  • Shuttles, Sidebottom. 127
  • Shuttle Tongues. Harnnett, 103
  • Wrizley and Norcliffe, 352
  • Eaton, 201
  • Silk, Doubling and Throwing, Dickens, 2n Threads. Sharp and WeiId, 299 Treatment of, Hint and Depa11, 93
  • Silvering, Advielle. 318
  • Signal Lantern, Proger, 176
  • Signals, Kennedy. 177
  • Signals, Alarm. Smith, 261
  • Fog, Locke, 29ri Railway, Page. 313
  • Railway, Whitworth. 201
  • SignallIn Hallway Train*, Stc., Connor, 28
  • Railway Train*, Hart, 353
  • Silicate of Potash. Gilbee, 232
  • Slabs, Removing, Eavitwc od, 299
  • Slag*. Treatment of, Calvert, 300
  • Treating, Calvert. 162
  • Smelting. Chance and Adcock, 162
  • Triiran, 93
  • Mickle, 160
  • Smoke. Apparatus for Condensing, 11am. mant, 23
  • Coasuiners. 8.41eville, 237
  • Presenter, Diimerv, 212
  • Preventing. Dumery, 202
  • Consumption of, Knapton, 11
  • Soap. !Attire, 161
  • "VIlleroux 300
  • ThomAs, 317
  • BAbblt, 328
  • Ciatin...f, White, 162
  • Sockets for Whips and Candles, Cockings and Potts, 242
  • Sodium and Potassium, Meldrum and Young. 2:1
  • Sowing Seeds and Depositing Manures, Murdoch, 316
  • Spikes and Treenails. May and Prince, 327
  • Spindles, Nettleship, 176
  • Spinning, Platt and Harbert, 90
  • Tetlow, 147
  • Lister and Warburton. 339
  • Cotton, Beckett and Seed. 33
  • Wont. Thornton and Thornton, 31G Machinery, Ruth, 331
  • .Cc., Preparing, Tatham, 25
  • and Doubling Cotton, Barlow, 221
  • and Doubling, Dickens, 23S for Preparing, Borland Yuil, 316
  • Self-actors for Ashton, 261
  • and Twisting, Kirkman, 90
  • Preparing, and Doubling. Butterworth, 522
  • Machinery, Lyall, 239
  • Kerr, 299
  • Springs, Macintosh, 176
  • Stocker). Craig, Grinsley, 29)
  • C4rriage, Speed. 27G India- Rubber, Preaud, 351
  • buffers and Draw-bars, Haley, 2
  • Stays and Corsets, Sangster. 177
  • Steam-Engines. Guillaume, 23
  • Engines. Balk. 33
  • Enginea.S:c., Burrows and Waihiogtoo, 47
  • Engines, Seragg, 7.1
  • Engines, Lawrie, 87
  • Enginee, Weallens and Crow, 88
  • Engine+, James. 155
  • Engines, Barber, 155
  • Engines, Rhodes and Johnson, 175
  • Engines Caird, 203
  • Engines, Briggs and Oman, 276
  • Engines, Boustield. 236
  • Engines, Thompson. 237
  • Engines, Taylor. 238
  • Engines, Baptiste 327
  • Engines. Royan. 332
  • Engine and Boiler. Kempton, 155
  • Boilers, Jeffreys. 50
  • Boilers. Mellor and Young, 88
  • Boilers, Stevens. 127
  • Boilers, McLiesh. irk Boilers, Stewart. 175
  • Boilers. Greaves, 237
  • Generation of. Duncan, 102
  • Generating. hoard. 88
  • Generating. flail. 315
  • Generating, l'erkins. 531
  • Producing. Allman, 276
  • Engines, Lomax, 203
  • Steam Vloughs, Fisken and Fisken, Pressure of. Daucheci, 317
  • Regulator, Poole, 299
  • Steel Casting, Howell, 242
  • Wire for Musical Instruments, &c., Smith, 74
  • Steering Apparatus, 228
  • Steering Vessels. Pared, 155
  • blickelthwaite, 238
  • Vessels, Wyatt, 276
  • Stereoscopes, Shears, 161
  • Stew Pane, Cleaning, FrAncois,156
  • Stitching Cloth, Kidd, 316
  • Stone, Drilling, Bartlett, 158
  • Stop-cock, Tap or, Joynor, 159
  • Stop-rods, Hudson, 157
  • Stopping Carriages, Hancock, 89
  • Horses, Guilleinott, 299
  • Teeth, Abel, 300
  • Teeth, E-kell, 318
  • Stoves and Grates, Kirby, 328
  • and Furnaces, R..ffo 239
  • Straw-shakers of Thrashing-machines, Good, 221
  • Stuffing for Furniture, Staufen, 316
  • for Furniture, Werner and Piglhein, 33
  • Submarine Operations, Tuck. 178
  • Substitute for Wood, Leather, &c., Lepage, 241
  • Sulphate of Alnminia, Spence, 241
  • Surgical Instruments, Heropath, 222
  • Sweeping Chimneys, Washington, 211
  • Tables, Betjeman, 92
  • Tables, Chairs, Sofas, &c., Hamilton, 240
  • Taps or Cocks, Lea, 318
  • and Cocks, Lewis, 161
  • Tap for Measuring Liquids. Griffiths, 300
  • Tea or Coffee-pot, Orion, 240
  • Tea-pot*. &c., Coulson, 206
  • Telegraph Cables, Statham, 253
  • Cables. Statham and Smith, 160
  • Telegraphs, Balestrini, 160
  • Bright and Bright, 205
  • Tents, Huts, &c., Rock, 340
  • Teeth, Artificial, Gillett, 59
  • Thermoinetors. Barometers, Cc., Negretti and Zambra, 242
  • Threshing-machines, Hornsby, 62
  • Threshing and Dressing-machines, Hart, 316
  • Tiles, Cormalo, 158
  • Tiller, Kidman,:156
  • Time and Work Indicator, Adams, 5)
  • Time-keepers, Hugnenin, 205
  • Tobacco, Musto and Bear, 2U6
  • Toilette Glass, Goodman and Webster, 317
  • Training Plants, Foster, 177
  • Transferring and Placing Drawings on Cards, Gedge, 241
  • Treating Tea. Sugar, ttc., Savage, 161
  • Trucks. Hand, Reinagle, 238
  • Tubes and Pipes, Delperdange. 116
  • Tubes of Copper and Alloys, Wilkes, 353
  • Tubes, Iron, Pritchard, 318
  • Tuning Instrument.:, Johnson, 264
  • Turnips. Pulping, Kealey, 59
  • Twists, Zahn, 158
  • Type, Rgscol, 300
  • Crosse, 222
  • Typogiaphy, Benvenuti, 222
  • Umbrellas, Sangster, 157
  • Broom,,n, 162
  • Willis, 206
  • Valves, henworthy, 317
  • S Ilattle%, 261
  • Wakefield, 318
  • of Steam Engines, Ellis, 351
  • Steam-Engine, Loradoui, 87
  • Valve, Guatze, E1 icks, 317
  • Gear, Allan, 89
  • Vegetables. Cutting, Humby, 158
  • Vehicles, Allan, 89
  • Scott. 204
  • Velvets, Petard, 327
  • &c., Stretching. Oppenheimer, 252
  • Ventilating Mines, Coulson, 47
  • Vermin, Destruction of, Mourguet, 91
  • Vessels or Fluids, Scully and Heywood, 93
  • Vices, Warren, 206
  • Vices, Newton, 59
  • Vices, Nlaichinton, 206
  • Vitreous Products, Margueritte, 318
  • Voltaic Batteries, Fontatnemoreau, 92
  • Warming Buildings, Perkins, 310
  • Warping, Buliougii, Willan arid Walmsley,35
  • War ps, Stzsng, Crantishaw, 205
  • Waste Products, Dale, 206
  • Watch Guard, Safety. Gaudibert, 252
  • Watchei, Winding, Nicole, 276
  • Water, Purifying and Measuring, Kent, 210
  • Water in Rivers, &c., Ascertaining the Depth of, Heseltine, 317
  • Water Ballast, &c., Lawrie, 299
  • Water Closets, Leftwich, 241
  • Sharpe, 176
  • Gregory and Gill, 252
  • Al 'Gregor, 299
  • Jennings, 352
  • and Pumps, ltobson, 59
  • Robson, 91
  • and Cocks. Stocker, 91
  • Ilawkes, 276
  • Wordsworth, 158
  • Waterproof Coats, Whiteman, 116
  • Material, Lancaster, Waterproofing. Parkes, 252
  • Dodge, 89, 299
  • Skins, Tomlinson and Job, 276
  • Watches, Gardner, 317
  • Washi,ig and Mangling, &c., Greening, 50
  • Wearing Apparel, Rascol, 159
  • Weaving Machine, Normandy, 156
  • Weaving. Lister, 62
  • Crawford, 157
  • Cra%en and Piclea, 257
  • Norton, 352
  • Whytlaw and Steven, 352
  • Carpe s, &c., Collier, 299
  • Plush,"Collier, 157
  • Temples used in, Mai nes, 157
  • Wedges and Keys, Poignaud, 201
  • Weighing Machines, Stanley, 94 Weighing Apparatus, Hamilton, 205 Wind Instruments, Distin, Winding Clocks, Robinson, 261
  • Coals, Burrows, 318
  • Machinery, Knistvr, 352
  • Machines, &c., Knowles, 339
  • Weft, Brassear, 204
  • Yarns, Mackinlay, 239
  • Windla-ses, Avery, 89
  • Johnson, 327
  • Window Cleaning Safety Apparatus, Tritton, 300
  • Wine Bottles. Willis, 93
  • Winnowing, Maggir, 328
  • Wire, Gold, &c., Turner, 206
  • Wheat, Drying, Journeaux, 158
  • Wheels, Goodyear, 89
  • Securing upon Axles, Brooman, 35
  • Paddle, Bellford, 176
  • Railway, Olive and Olive. 315
  • Wool Drying. Collier and Horgan, 252
  • Drying, &c., Foster, 316
  • Drawing, Denton, 157
  • Writing Pens, Stark,
  • Yarns or Threads, Heppleston and Hunter, 352

Patents upon which the Third Year's Stamp Duty has been Paid

  • Adams, William Bridges, 87
  • Adamson, Thomas, and W. Adamson, 351
  • Ador, Nicolas Francisque, 69
  • Anderson, A. G., and J. B. Anderson, 251
  • Arnold, Frederick, 264
  • Arnoux, Claude, 327
  • Arrowsmith, John, 34
  • Asbury, Jacob Vale, 71
  • Barclay, Robert, 127
  • Barter, Richard, 127
  • Bateman, Daniel, 315
  • Beattie, Joseph, 34
  • Bell, Thomas, and -Richard Chrimes, 115
  • Bellford, Auguste Edouard Loradoux, 11
  • Bellford, Auguste Edouard Loradoux, 87
  • Bellford. Auguste Edouard Loradoux, 154
  • Bellford, Auguste Edouard Loradoux, 298
  • Bellford, Auguste Edouard Loradoux, 71
  • Bents% Edward Hammond, 23
  • Bentley, William Henry, 315
  • Borguc, Charles De, 288
  • Bernard, Julian, 189
  • Biram, Benjamin, 298
  • Bird, Edward, 251
  • Blackwell, Samuel, 127
  • Blackwell, Samuel. 127
  • Bleackley, John, 11
  • Blinkhorn. William, 154
  • Boggett, William, and G. B. Pettit, 251
  • Boggett, William, and G. B. Pettit, 351
  • Boussois, Edward Duclos de, 315
  • Bradley, Richard, and William Craven, 351
  • Brady, John Drumgoole, 275
  • Bramwell, Frederick Joseph, and I. Baggs, 35
  • Brookes, Edwin Stanley, Joseph Black, G. Stevenson, and William Jones, 115
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, 87
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, 164
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, 364
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, 203
  • Brooman, Richard Archibald, 327
  • Brown, William, Brown, Archibald Douglas, 11
  • Brown, William, 22
  • Bruce, James Andrew, 203
  • Bursill, George Henry, 87
  • Calvert, Francis Alton, 11
  • Cameron, Paul, 154
  • Carosio, Augustino, 127
  • Carr, Henry, 220
  • Cator, George Albemarle, 220
  • Chadwick, John, and Thomas Dickens, 220
  • Chalmers, David, Chatterton, John, 220
  • Chisholm, William, 298
  • Clapham, J., T. Clapham, and W. Clapham, 275
  • Clark. Robert Pattison, 200
  • Claudet, Antoine Francois Jean, 154
  • Clayton, Nath., and J. Shuttleworth, 220
  • Clifford, Charles, 220
  • Cochrane, the Honourable William Erskine, and William Marshall Cochrane, 139
  • Cockerill, John, and Thomas Barnett, 71
  • Collier, George, 139
  • Colt, Samuel, 127
  • Copling, John, 11
  • Corry, John Ryall, and J. B. Corry, 71
  • Cowper, Charles, 288
  • Cowper, Charles, 351
  • Carr, A. W., D. Foster, and T. Valentine, 315
  • Cresson, William Penn, 189
  • Crick, Thomas, 127
  • Crofts, William, 175
  • Crosland, William Mann, 175
  • Cross, Thomas Wells, 176
  • Danks, John Ryan, and B. P. Walker, 264
  • David, Jean Louis, 11
  • De la Rue, Thomas, 115
  • Denton, Joseph, 275
  • Dering, George Edward, 189
  • Desbordes, Charles Leon, 251
  • Dieudonne, Louis G., Buffet D. Ducayla, 298
  • Dilke.s, James, and Edward Turner, 338
  • Dodds, Thomas Weatherburn, 127
  • Dodds. Thomas Weatherburn, 328
  • Donisthorpe, Geo. E., and J. Crofts, 59
  • Duncan, John Wallace, 236
  • Dundonald, Lord, 315
  • Dunn, Thomas, 236
  • Durand, Francois, 154
  • Edwards, Francis, 23
  • Edwards, Thomas, 220
  • Elliot, John, and John Brown, 338
  • Elliot, George, and William Russell, 203
  • Fairbain, P., and Samuel Renny Mathers, 22
  • Farrar, Joshua, 204
  • Fawcett, Wm., and Francis B. Fawcett, 238
  • Finzel, Conrad William, 251
  • Fisher, John, 275
  • Fletcher, James, 35
  • Fontainemoreau, P. ArmandleComtede,102
  • Fontainemoreau, P. Armand le Comte de,236
  • Fontainemoreau, P. Armand le Comte de,351
  • Fox, Samuel, 175
  • Frankham, Samuel, 315
  • Fulton, William, 238
  • Goodall, Henry, 288
  • Goodlet, George, 264
  • Goodyear, Charles, 261
  • Gossage, William, 275
  • Graham, Peter, 22
  • Greening, Benjamin, 102
  • Grist, John, 102
  • Gwynne, George, and Geo. F. Wilson, 11
  • Hanson, George, and David Chadwick, 189
  • Harman. William Henry, 154
  • Harris, Phillip, 236
  • Harris, William Snow, 236
  • Hackett, John, 288
  • Hayes, James. 315
  • Heckethorn. John, 71
  • Henham, William, 264
  • Herbert, George, 203
  • Hetherington John, 251
  • Hetherington, John, John Dugdale, and Edward Dugdale, 236
  • Hill. Caleb. 29S Hodgson, W, and H. Hodgson, 351
  • Holm, Charles Augustus. 127
  • Hole, Thomas Stephen, 275
  • Horrocks, J.. and J. Dunlock Horrocks, 327
  • Houldsworth, Henry, 206
  • Hutchinson, George, 87
  • Jean Jacques J. Jamin, and A. Symons, 283
  • Jennings,11 onry Constantine, 35, 264
  • Johnson, George. 154
  • Johnson, John Henry, 59
  • Johnson, John Henry, 264
  • Johnson, John, Robert, 315
  • Johnson, William, Beckett, 11
  • Johnson, William Beckett, 189
  • Johnson, W=illiam, 115
  • Johnson, William, 230
  • Johnson, William, 251
  • Jones. Wright, 102
  • Jordan, Thomas Browne, 87
  • Jowctt, Hernry Alfred, 203
  • Junot, Clavicle Joseph Edmee, H Keates, William, 167
  • Kendrick, Isaiah, 298
  • Keogh, Lxurence Frederic, 189
  • Kimberley , James, 127
  • Kingston, James Pole, 59
  • Lavanchy., Jean Baptiste, 71
  • Law, David. and John Inglis, 275
  • Lawrence, Frederick, and A. Lawrence, 35
  • Lawrence , Frederick, William Davidson, and Alfred Lawrence, 71
  • Leach, Edmund, 59
  • Lightfoot, John Emanuel, 338
  • Lillie, Str John Scott, 251
  • Lister, Lobed, 338
  • Lister, Samuel Cunliffe, 215
  • Livcsey, John, 134
  • Malins, Willirum 154
  • Maniquet, Jean Baptiste, 175
  • Mason, John, 11
  • Mason, John, and Luke Ryder, 351
  • Maudslay. Joseph, 127
  • May, Charles, 203
  • Mazier; Mario Pierre Ferdinand, 264
  • Medworth, John. and Lawrence Lee, 59
  • Mertens, Herman Dirs, 275
  • M'Adams, John, 127
  • McCormick, Samuel, 175 31eNaught, William, 175
  • Mitchell, William Hasten, 275
  • Moore, Edward Duke, 127
  • Motay, Cyprion Marie Tessie du, 189
  • Mowbray, Frederick William, 176
  • Muir, William, 139
  • Murphy, James, 102
  • Murphy, Thomas, 275
  • Murton, George, and W. H. Langsbaw, 261
  • Napier James. 251
  • Napier, J. R. and W. J Maoquorn Rankine, 327
  • Nash, Ebenezer, and Joseph Nash, 298 Newton, Alfred Vincent, 22 Newton, William Edward, 22 Newton, William Edward, 23 Newton, William Edward, 127
  • Newton, William Edward, 220 Newton, William Edward. 154 Newton, William Edward, 264 Newton, William Edward, 264 Newton, William Edward, 315 Newton, William Edward, 264 Nickol, James, 264
  • Nickels, Christopher, 189 Nickels, Christopher, 203
  • Nickels, Christopher, 335 Nickels, Christopher, 264 Nickels, Christopher, 827
  • Nightingale, Charles, 115 Noble, James, 189
  • Noble, James, 189
  • Normandy, Alphonse Rene Le Mire de, 298
  • Ogden, Thos. Clark, and Win. Gibson, 102
  • Pape, Thomas, 23
  • Parker, Francis, and William Dicks, 34
  • Parsey, Arthur. 327
  • Pascal, Jean Baptiste, 11
  • Penny, Joseph H., and T. B. Rogers, 338
  • Perkins, John, 71
  • Perkins, John William, 351
  • Perreaux, Louis Guillaume, 71
  • Perry, John George. 102
  • Perry, Thomas James, 189
  • Petrie, John, jun., and Samuel Taylor, 23
  • Poole, Moses, 102
  • Powis. John, and Jabus Stanley James, 139
  • Prideaux, Thomas Symes, 69, 264
  • Pugh, Edwin, 71
  • Quaife, Thomas, 275
  • Quin, Richard, 264
  • Radcliffe, Sam., and K. W. Whitehead, 175
  • Reeves, Charles, 236
  • Reid, William, 251
  • Reston, Thomas Lovell, 220
  • Rumley, John, 35
  • Russell, John Scott, 59
  • Rurctell,'John Scott, 264
  • Russell, George FitzJames, 275
  • Robinson, Moses, 236
  • Ross, George, 115
  • Ross. Robert Craig, 87
  • Roth, Julius Augustus, 298
  • Samuels, Sam. Rodgers, and R. Sands, 115
  • Saunders, Henry, 351
  • Shaw, Robert, 59
  • Sicardo, Francois George. 236
  • Siemens, Chas. Wm., and J. Adamson, 175
  • Sidney, George Sands, 351
  • Simpson, Edward Thornhill, Simpson, Isaac, 175
  • Sinclair, the Honourable James, and Lord Berriedale, 115
  • Smith, Frederick Henry, 236
  • Smith, Luke, and Matthew Smith, 189
  • Spiller, Tkomas, and Anthony Crowhurst, 71
  • Stainton,nhomas, 154
  • Sykes, Thomas. 175
  • Stevens, John Leo, 283
  • Symington, William, 127
  • Swinburno, Robert Walter, 275
  • Talabot, Joseph L., and J. D. M. Stirling, 338
  • Talker, William, 351
  • Tatlow, James, and Henry Hodgkinson, 351
  • Taylerson. Robert, 11
  • Taylor, Alfred, and Henry George Frasi, 71
  • Taylor, John George, 115
  • Thomas, William Frederick, 139
  • Thornton, James, John Thornton, and Albert Thornton, 35
  • Thorp, William, 338
  • Titterton, George, 236
  • Tomlinson, Matthew, 11
  • Topham, Charles, 351
  • Turner, Henry, 298
  • Verdi, Francois Felix, 203
  • Vetillart, Marcel, 127
  • Waddell, Robert, 127
  • Walker, B. Peard, and James Warren, 264
  • Walker, William, 203
  • Ward. James. and William Burman, 11
  • Warren Joseph, 338
  • Watt, Charles, Hugh Burgess, 102
  • Webster, James, 11
  • Westly, William King, 102
  • Westwood, Joseph. and Robert Baillie, 288
  • Whincry, Robert, 23
  • Whitaker, Edmund, and J. Walm•ley, 275
  • Whitehouse, John, and John Whitehouse, 28
  • Whitworth, Charles Frederick, 23
  • Whitworth, Joseph. 298
  • Wild, Charles Heard, 134
  • Wilkins, Edward, 315
  • Wilkinson, W., 220
  • Wilks, Henry, 220
  • Wilson, George Ferguson, William Henry Hatcher, John Jackson. 189
  • Wilson, George Ferguon, 175
  • Wilson, G. F., and J. Freeman Lee, 175
  • Worrall, James, 189, 338
  • Zenner, David, 220

Patents cancelled

  • Calder, William, 102

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  • 1440, 11d.; 1441, 6d.; 1495, 3d.; 1496, 10d.; 1497, 3d.; 1493, 3d.; 1500, 7d.; 1601, 11d.; 1603, 6d.; 15011, 3d.; 1505, 7d.; 1606, 3d.; 1507. 6d.; 1509. 7d.; 1509, 6d; 1511, 3d.; 1512, 6d.; 1513, 5d.; 1515, 10d.; 1516, 7d.; 1617, 3d.; 1618, 3d.; 1519, 10d.; 1620, 10d.; 1621, 3d.; 1522, 3d.; 15A 3d.; 1524, 3d.; 1625, 3d.; 1526, 3d.; 1527, 3d.; 1528, 9d.; 1529, 3d.; 1531, 3d.; 1532, 3d.; 1633, 3d.; 1634, 1s. 6d.; 1538, 3d.; 1639, 5d.; 1540, 4d.; 1641, 7d.; 1542, 3d.; 1543. 3d.; 1645, 3(1.; 1616, 3d.; 1649. 6d.; 1652. 10d.; 1553, 10d.; 1655, 3d.; 1658, 9(1.; 1662, 5(1.; 1561, 3d.; 1565, 7d.; 1667, 3d.; 1568, 6d.; 1569, 3d.; 1571, 3d.; 1572, 3d.; 1579, 3d.; 1560, 3d.; 1681, 3d.; 1562, 3d. ' • 1586, 6d.; 1597, 4(1.; 1630, 6(1.; 1650, 3(1.; 2065, 6d. • 1537, Is. Sd.; 1514, 3s. 743.; 1547, 7(1.; 1551,10(1.; 164, 641.; 1559, 3d.: 1560, 10d.; 1561, 5d.; 1566, 6d.; 1570, 10d.; 1673, 84L; 1574, 3d.; 1676, 3d.; 1676, 3d.; 1563, 4(1.; 1684, 3d.; 1685, 6d.; 1688, 7d.; 1589, 3d.; 1591, &I.; 1695, 10d.; 1697, 7(1.; 1596, 10(1.; 1599, 3d.; 1600, 3d.; 1601, Sd.; 1602, 3d.; 1603, 9(1.; 1604, 10(1.; 1606, &I.; 1609, 3d.; 1610, 3d.; 1611, 3d.; 1616, 10(1.; 1617, 3d.; 1619, 3d.; 1620, 4(1.; 1621, 7d.; 1622, 7d.; 1625, 3d.; 1628, 9d.; 1671, 3d.; 1673, 3d.; 1757, 7d.; 1535, 5d.; 1554, 6d.; 1557. Jd.; 1563, 8d.; 1577, 9(1.; 1578,10(1.; 1592, 93.; 1596, 3d.; 1605, 3d.; 1606, 3d.; 1614, 3d.; 1615, Od.; 1618, 7(1.; 1623, 10d.; 1624, 4(1.; 1626, 7(1.; 1629, 1s. 5d.; 1631, 3d. • 1633, 7d. • 1634, 10d.; 1635, 103.; 1636, 3d. ,•1639, 3d.; 1610, 10(1.; 1611, 3d.; 1642, 18. 5d..; 1013, 3d.; 1644, 3d.;1615, 3(1. • 1647,5d.;1648, ls.;1651, 3(1.; 1652, 3d.; 1653, 8d.; 1654, 3d.; 1656, 3d.; 1657, 8(1; 1959, is.; 1660, 3d.; 1661, 4d.; 1663, 3d.; 1661, 3d.; 1665, 3d.; 1666, 3d.; 1593. 2s. ld. • 1591, 7d.; 1032, 4(1; 1637, 2s. 2(1.; 1638, 7d. • 1646, &I.; 1649, 10d.: 1655, ls. 8(1.; 165i, 6(1.; 1662, 3d; 1668,. is. 10(1.; 1669, 64.; 1674, ls. ld.; 1676, 3d.; 1677, ls. 3d.; 1678, 10d.; 1679, 3d.; 1680, 6d.; 1661, 4d.; 1682. Is. 4d.; 1693, iOd.; 1664.2s. 3d.; 1687,3d.; 1688, 3(1.; 1689, 3(1.; 1690, 9(1.; 1603, ls. 201.; 1694, 3d.; 1698, 3d.; 1700, 3d.; 1701, 3d.; 1702, 6(1.; 1703, 3d.; 1704, 3d.; 1706, 7d.; 1708, 7d.; 1709, 3d.; 1710, 3d; 1712, 6d.; 1713, 3d.; 1714, 6d.; 1715. 3d.; 1716, 3d.; 1717, 3d.; 1718, Gd.; 17.9, 3d.; 1720, 3d.; 1721, 3d.; 1723, 3d.; 1724, 3d.; 1725. 3d.; 1728, 3d.; 1729, 3d.; 1731, 3d.; 1733, 3d.; 1737. 3d.; 1738, 3d.; 1742. 3d.; 1773, 10d.; 1816. 6d.; 1831, 11d.; 1835, 7d. ' • 1870. 3d.; 2064, 9d.; 1667, 3d.; 1670, Sd.; 1672, 3d.; 1675, 3d.; 1686, 3d.; 1548, ls. 4d.; 1627, 2s. 10(1.; 1685, 6d.; 1691, &I.; 1692, 6d.; 1696, 3d.; 1697, 3d.; 1699,3d.; 1705, 6(1. • 1726, 3d.; 1727. Is. ld.; 1730, 7(1.; 1732, 10. ' • 1734. Is. 2(1.; 1739, 6(1.; 1741, 6(1.; 1743, 3d.; 1744, 3d.; 1745, 3d.; 1747, 7d.; 1748, ls. 2(1.; 1749, 6d. : 1752, 4d.; 1753, 3d.; 1764, 6(1.; 1755, 3d.; 1756, 3d.; 1758, 9(1.; 1769, 3d.; 1760, 10d.; 1761, 3d.; 1763, is. 441.; 1764, 3d.; 1765, 3d.; 1766, 3d.; 1768, 3d.; 1769, 3d.; 1770, 3d.; 1771, 3d.; 1772, 3d.; 1788. 3(1. . 1789, 3d.: 1795, 10d.; 1793, 3d.; 1796, 3d.; 1797,3d.;
  • isle. 4d.;1818, 7d:' ls. 4d. 1836. 4d.; 1841, &I.; 1844, 3d.; 1847, 3d.; 1852.3d.; 1854, 3d.; 1857. 3d.; 1858. 3d.; 1859.3d.; 1800. 3d.; 1870. 7d. ' • 1880, 11d.; 1886, 3d.; 1051, 18. 11d.; 1695. 9d.; 1707, 10d.; 1711,10d.; 1722.6d.; 1735. 5d.; 1740, 3d.;1746, 3d.;1750, 9d.; 1751. 9d.; 1762, 3d.; 1775, 3d.; 1778 8d.; 1779, 10d.; 1780, 5d.; 1781, 6d.; 1,82. 3d.; 1783, 3d.; 1734. 3d.; 1785, is. 6d.; 1786, 3d.; 1794, 6d.; 1795,7d.; 1799, is. id.; 1800, 10d.; 1801, Oct.; 1802, 3d.; 1803, ed.; 1804, 6d.; 1805, 3d.; 1806, 3d.; 1807, 3d.; 1808, 3d.; 1809, 8d.; 1811, 7d.; 1812, 3d.; 1813, 3d.; 1815, 9d.; 1817, ; 1820, 3d.; 1821, ud.; 1822, 5d.;1823, &I.; 1824, 3d.; 1825, 5d.; 1526, 9d.; 1827, is.' 3d.; 1823, . 7d.; 1829. 4d.; 1832, ls. 2d.; 1833. 7d. 1834, 3d.; 1777, 6d.; 1787, 7d.; 1792, ed.; 1798, 10d.; 1830, 10d; 1837, 9d.; 1888, 11d.; 1840, 3d.; 18s2, 7d.; 1843, 7d.; 1845, 7d.; 1846, 3d.; 1849, 3d.; 1850, 9d.; 1851, 8d.; 1853, 10d.; 1855, 10d.; 1856, 7d.; 1861, 7d.; 1862, 3d.; 1863, 3d. • 1864, is. 8d.; 1865, ls. 2d.; 1866, 10d.;1863,5d.; 1860, 3d.;1871, 58.;1873,3d.; 1874.3d.; 1875, lud.; 1878, 3d.; 1881, 5d.; 1882, 9d.; 1883, 9d.; 1834, ; 1887, 3d.; 1889, 3d.; 1892, 3d.; 1893, 10d.; 1897, 4d.; 1898, 5d.; 1901, &I.;19v2, 3d.;1910. 8d.;1913, 9d;1914,3d.; 1943, 5d.; 1945, 8d.; 2141, 3d.; 2538, &I.;1736, 7d.; 1848. ikl.;1867 Is. 3d.; 1876, 3d.; 1877, 4d.; 18:5, 9d.; 1888, 11d.; 1890, 5d.; 1891, 5d.; 1896, 3d.; 1899, 3d.; 1900, 3d.; 1903, 5d.; 1904, 3d.; 1905, 6d.; 1908, 3d.; 1903, 3d.; 1909, 3d.; 1911, 5d.; 1912, 6d.;1915, 4d.;1916, Sd.;1917, 5d.;1918, 3d.; 1919, 3d.;1920, 3d.;1921, 7d.;1923, 7d.; 1926, 10d; 1927, 6d.; 1928, 5d.; 1929, 3d.; 1930, 3d.; 1931, 3d.1932, 3d.; 1933, 7d. 1934, 3d.; 1935, 6d.; 1936, 4d.; 1937, 3d. 1938, 3d.; 1939, ed.; 1940, 7d.; 1941, 10d. : 1942, 3d.; 1944, 8d.; 1917, 3d.; 1948, 6d. 1956, 3d.; 1957, 3d.; 1958, 3d.; 1960, 3d. 1962, 3d.;1963, 4d. • 1967, 6d.; 2002. 3d.; 1767, 6d.;1907,10d.;19246d.; 1924,6d.;1925, 6d.; 1949, 8d.; 1930, 3d.; 1951, 3d; 1952, 3d.; 1953, is. id.; 1954, 7d.;1955, 7d.;1959, 3d.; 1961, 6d.; 1964, 18. id.; 1965, 3d.; 1966, 3d.; 1968. 18. lid.; 1969, 9d.; 1970, ls. 3d.; 1971, 5d.; 1974 3d.; 1975, 4d.; 1976, 3d.; 1978, 3d.; 1980, 10d.; 1981, 3d.; 1984, &I.; 1985, 18. 4d.; 1986, 5d.; 1987, 3d.; 1988, 7d.; 1989, 3d.; 1990, 3d.; 1991, 6d.; 1992, 10d.; 1993, 5d.; 1995, 3d. • 1996, 9d.; 1997, 3d. • 1998, is. Od.; 2040. 3d.; 2003, 10d.; 2005, 10d.; 2006, 5d.; 2007. Ad.; 2008, 7d.; 2009, 48. Od.; 2010. 1041.; 2012, is. 10d.; 2015, 3d.; 2017.9d.; 2028. 7d.; 2030.3d.; 2073, 3d.; 2124, 7d.; 2253.6d. P • 1972,8d.; 1997, is. Oct.; 1982, 10d.; 1994, 5d.; 1999, 6d.; 2001, ls. 2d.; 204, &I.; 2011, 5d.; .2.013,_10d.; _2014, ed.; 2016, 7d.; 2018, ls. 4d.; 2019, 3d.; 2020, 10d.; 2021, 9d.; 2022, 3d.; 2023, 2s. 8d.; 2024, 6d.; 2025, 3d.; 2026, 5d.; 2027, 10d.; 2029, 3d.; 2031, 6d.; 2032, 4d.; 2033, Is. Id.; 2034, 3d.; 2035, 3d.; 2036, 7d.; 2037, 3d.; 2039. 3d; 2010, 7d.; 2011, 3d.; 2042, 5d.; 2013, 2s. 2d.; 2044. 10d; 2015, 3d.; 2046, 7d.; 2047. 6d.; 2048, 3d.; 2049, 3d.; 2050. 3d.; 2052. 3d.; 2054, 3d.; 2055, 9d.; 2056, 3d.; 2057, Is. 3d.; 2058, ls. 10d.; 2059, ls. ld.; 2063. 3d.; 2060, 3d.; 2069, 3d.; 2072, 4d.; 2083. id. :
  • • 085. 3d.; 2088, 7d.; 2425. 10d.; 1895, 9d.; 1983, 9d.; 2038. 7d.; 2051, 3d.; 2053, tad.; 2060, 4d.; 2061. 5d.; 2062. 611. 1' 2067. 9d.; 2066,3d.; 2070, is 5d.; 2071, 8d.; 2074.1W.; 2075,10d.; 2076.3d.; 2077. Oil.; 2078, 3d.; 2079. ls. 10d.; 2080, 3d.; 2081. 3d.; 2082, 3d.; 2084, 3d.; 2086. 3d.; 2087.3d.; 2089, 3d.; 2090, 3d.; 2091, 6d.; 2092. id.; 20113. 3d.; 2094, 3d.; 2095, 3d.; 2096, 3d.; 2097. 3d.; 2098, 3d.; 2099.3d.; 2100, Od.; 2101, 3d.; 2102, 3d.; 2103, ls. Od.; 2105, 3d.; 3107, 3d.; 2108, 6d.; 2109, 5d.; 2110, id.; 2111, 5d.; 2113, 9d.; 2114, 3d.; 2116. 7d.; 2117, 7d.: 2118, 3d.; 2120, 8d.: 2022, 3d.; 2123, 7d.; 2126, 3d.; 2127, id.; 2128, 3d.; 2142, 5d.; 2156, 6d; 2157, 3d 2106, 11d.; 2112, 4d.; 2116, Is. Od.; 2119, Is. 3d.; 2121. 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