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THE PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS AND
SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS OF ALL NATIONS.
MONTHLY INTELLIGENCE

RELATING TO
THE USEFUL ARTS,
PROCEEDINGS OF LEARNED SOCIETIES,

* AND

NOTICES OF ALL PATENTS GRANTED FOR INVENTIONS.

VOLUME XXV.-SECOND SERIES.

London:
PRINTED FOR J. WYATT,
REPERTORY OFFICE, HATTON GARDEX,

1814.

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Mr. Budple's for a Fire-pan or Fire-lamp, in which small or in-

ferior Coals may be consumed in the Place of large or round

Coals, and for other Purposes, -

- 129

Mr. Heaton's for Improvements to the Locks and Breeches of

Fire-arms, by rendering the Pans of Locks, and Communi-

cation between the Priming and Loading of Fire-arms, water-

proof,

- - - - - 131

Mr. HEARD's for certain new and improved Processes for the

Manufacture of Plate-glass,

- 134

Mr. Adams's for a new and improved Method of preparing

Blacking, whereby a higher Polish is given, &c. - 135

Mr. Ruthven's for a Machine, or Press, for printing from

Types, Blocks, or other Surfaces, - -

198

Mr. Price's for several new Methods of making Glass, 201

Mr. Wright's for a Method of making a Composition or Mix-

ture for dying Scarlet and other Colours,. - - 203

Mr. HOWARD's for Improvements in the Processes in his former

Patent for preparing and refining Sugar, and certain Appa-

ratus for carrying the same into effect, - - 257

Mr. VANDERKLEFT's for a'Method of sweetening, purifying, and

refining Greenland, Whale, and Seal Oil, - - 270

Mr. Goodall's for manufacturing English Crapes from Silks

dyed and coloured, -

- - 272

Mr. Lewis's for an Improvement in the Art of smelting Cup-,

per, .

- - - 321

Mr. SMART's for certain Improvements in Machinery for grind-

ing Corn and various other Articles, -. - 323

Mír. Haslewood's for folding Screens, adapted to impede the

Passage of Air, Smoke, Fire, and Light, applied to Fire-places,

Grates, Stoves, Windows, and Doors, which he denominates

“ The improved folding Screen,” -- - - 324

Hír. Clerk’s for preventing Smoke, Dust, and the Danger of

Fire, and for increasing and regulating Heat from Stoves and

Chimney Fire-places, for heating Rooms, Halls, Passages,

and Stair-cases, in public Buildings and dwelling Houses, and

all other Apartments where regulated Heat and Cleanliness

are desirable, without obstructing the View of the burning

Fuel, - -

. - - 325

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Original Communications.

of the Superiority of the newly-invented Street Lamps. Com-

municated by the Patentee, LORD COCHRANE, - 15

Observations on Mr. Hancock's Patent for an Improvement in

the Construction of Carriagės. Communicated by the Patentee, 67
Observations op Messrs. Kershaw and Wood's Patent for a Mode

of preparing Flax for the Purpose of being spun on the like
Machinery ás Cotton. Communicated by the Patentee, 71
Account of an Invention for reducing the Expense of Carriage on .

Railways and other similar Roads. Communicated by the
Authors, - - - - - - - 136
Observations on Latent Heat in Steam. By Mr. J. C. Horn-

BLOWER. Communicated in a Letter to the Editors, - 140
Remarks and Emendations on a Translation of a Paper on the

Art of making Glue. By M. Hermbstaedt, inserted in Page
175 of this Volume. By Thomas Gill, Esq. St. James's-street,
one of the Chairmen of the Committee of Mechanics of the
Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and
Commerce. Communicated in a Letter to the Editors, 204

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