The London Journal of Arts and Sciences, Volume 14 (Google eBook)

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Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1839
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Containing reports of all new patents, with a description of their respective principles and properties: also, original communications on subjects connected with science and philosophy; particularly such as embrace the most recent inventions and dicoveries in practical mechanics.
  

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Page 359 - Having thus described the nature of my invention, and the manner of carrying the same into effect, I would have it understood, that I do not...
Page 346 - The patent is taken out for a ' new and improved machinery for preparing and spinning flax, hemp, and other fibrous substances by power...
Page 120 - I believe is not found in any coal. The vegetable matter this mud or mire also contains, such as corn, clover, hay, and straw, after the partial decomposition it undergoes, before it forms a part with the other numerous ingredients, vegetable and mineral (found in road mud or mire), added to the well-known bituminous properties of tar, pitch, and coal, produce a superior and economical fuel for all domestic purposes, and in a furnace is quite equal in extent of spreading flame to Hartley Main coal....
Page 418 - Glasgow, for certain improvements in the construction of wheel carriages, parts of which improvements are also applicable to machinery for propelling, and also for the purpose of securing ships and other vessels, and for communicating motion between different portions of machinery.
Page 302 - Nicole, do hereby declare that the nature of my said Invention, and the manner in which the same is to be performed, are...
Page 130 - Manchester, civil-engineer, for an improvement, or certain improvements of, in, or applicable to the mule Billy Jenny stretching frame, or any other machine or machines, however designated or named, used in spinning cotton, wool, or other fibrous substances, and in which either the spindles recede from and approach the rollers or other deliverers of the same fibrous substances, or in which such rollers or deliverers recede from and approach the spindles; being an extension for seven years of former...
Page 298 - ... as it is not practicable to describe every possible method in detail, we desire it to be understood that any mode, even of moving one side or selvage of the cloth, whilst the other remains stationary, we shall consider to be an evasive imitation of our invention, if for the purpose of drawing the threads into diagonal positions by mechanical means instead of manual labour...
Page 101 - ... silica, or materials containing silica, in the high pressure boiler with the other ingredients, as hereinafter stated, or in dissolving silica with caustic alkaline lees in a steam-tight vessel or digester, at a high temperature and under steam pressure, and thus producing a silicate which may be mixed afterwards with the ingredients hereinbefore alluded to, (when required to make silica soap) as hereinafter described; and, whereas, the manner in which my said invention is to be performed is...
Page 389 - ... the following statement thereof, reference being had to the drawing hereunto annexed, and to the figures and letters marked thereon ; that is to say...
Page 134 - London, merchant, for an improved mode or method of making or paving public streets and highways, and public and private roads, paths, courts, and bridges, with timber or wooden blocks.

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