Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress of Invention as Applied to the Arts..., Volume 3
William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington
W. Newton, 1834 - Industrial arts
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Page 30 - Bight belonging to any such liiver or Canal ; and the Provisions of this Act shall not extend or be construed to extend to Mines of different Descriptions so as to interfere with or obstruct the efficient working of the same, or to the smelting of Ores and Minerals, or to the manufacturing of the Produce of such Ores and Minerals.
Page 87 - Esq., for an improved mode of preserving paper, canvass cloth and cordage for ships and other uses, and the raw materials of hemp, flax, or cotton from which the same may wholly or in part be made.
Page 65 - Indian rubber shall be introduced between the loops or stitches of the fabric, for the purpose of forming elastic cords or bands round the margins or other parts of stockings, socks, gloves, night-caps, drawers, and various other articles of clothing. The second object is to manufacture in the ordinary loom an elastic woollen cloth, by the introduction of cords or strands of Indian rubber among the longitudinal threads or yarns which constitute the chain or warp, and goods or fabrics applicable to...
Page 181 - Gentleman, for a certain improvement or improvements in the construction of bridges made of iron, or other materials, which improvements are also applicable to the construction of piers, rail roads, roofs, and other useful purposes.
Page 65 - for an improvement or improvements in the making or manufacturing of elastic goods or fabrics, applicable to various useful purposes...
Page 148 - Lancaster, engraver, in consequence of a communication made to him by a foreigner residing abroad, for certain improvements in the art of printing calicoes and other fabrics of cotton, silk, wool, paper, or linen, separately or intermixed.
Page 175 - To Samuel Hall, of Basford, in the county of Notts, cotton manufacturer, for an improved method of lubricating the pistons, piston rods, and valves or cocks of steam engines, and of condensing the steam of such engines as are worked by a vacuum produced by condensation, which method of condensation is applicable to other useful purposes.
Page 198 - To AUGUSTUS GRAHAM, citizen of the United States of America, but now residing in West Street, Finsbury, in the city of London, gentleman, for an invention, communicated to him by a foreigner residing abroad, of " certain improvements in the application of springs to carriages.
Page 68 - Indian rubber coated or wound round with filamentous material;" he afterwards described the mode of effecting this object to be, " by introducing into the fabric threads or strands of Indian rubber which have been previously covered, by winding filaments tightly round them, through the agency of an ordinary covering machine, or otherwise; these...