Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers, Metallurgists, Mine Proprietors, Engineers, Shipbuilders, Scientists, Capitalists ..., Volume 58 (Google eBook)

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Knight and Lacey, 1853 - Industrial arts
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Page 167 - All letters patent for inventions granted under the provisions hereinbefore contained shall be made subject to the condition that the same shall be void, and that the powers and privileges thereby granted shall cease and determine, at the expiration of three years and seven years respectively from the date thereof...
Page 270 - ... respect to such designs; and so long as such provisional registration continues in force, the penalties and provisions of the Designs Act, 1842, for preventing the piracy of designs, shall extend to the acts, matters, and things next hereinafter...
Page 269 - ... granted as aforesaid. II. The public Trial or Exhibition of any such Invention as aforesaid (being an Invention for Purposes of Agriculture or Horticulture), which shall be certified by the Lords of the said Committee to have taken place under the Direction of the Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851 for Purposes connected with the Exhibition thereof, in such Place of public Exhibition as aforesaid, whether such Trial or Exhibition take place before or after the passing of this Act, shall...
Page 166 - Act, such fees as are mentioned in the said schedule ; and there shall be paid unto and for the use of her Majesty, her heirs and successors, for or in respect of the...
Page 191 - ... nor, when extinguished with water, did it give off the unpleasant odour of sulphuretted hydrogen ; nor was there any sulphurous acid gas liberated during the operation of smelting iron in the cupola, or in raising steam in the locomotive boiler by coke so prepared ; and it was stated that these decided advantages were gained, in some cases, at an additional cost of only one penny per ton of fuel. The...
Page 270 - Act, 1850, upon receiving such certificate, and being furnished with the name and place of address of the person by or on whose behalf the registration is desired, shall register such certificate, name, and place of address, and the invention to which any certificate so registered relates shall be deemed to be provisionally registered, and the registration thereof shall continue in force for the term of one year from the time of the same being so...
Page 166 - Act, letters patent for England or Scotland or Ireland may be granted for such invention in like manner as if the said Act had not been passed : Provided always, that in lieu of all...
Page 15 - A very slight declivity is sufficient for giving the running motion to water. Three inches per mile, in a smooth, straight channel, gives a velocity of about three miles per hour. The Ganges, which gathers the waters of the Himalaya Mountains, the loftiest in the world...
Page 167 - Act, on or previously to the sealing of such letters patent; and at or before the expiration of the third year and the seventh year respectively of the term granted by such letters patent for England or Scotland or Ireland...
Page 191 - ... malleable iron. The second part of the paper gave the results of a series of experiments, which had been made by Mr. Fairbairn, upon trial bars one inch square, cast from iron melted in the cupola, with coke prepared by the process of Mr. Crace-Calvert, and exhibited specimens of the iron so prepared, when the closeness of texture and the absence of the 'honeycomb...

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