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J. M'Curdy, of Cecil-street, Strand, London; for improvements in generating steam.—December 27, 1825.
J. Ogston and J. T. Bell, of Davicsstrect, Berkeley-square, London; for improvements in the construction or manufacture of watches of different descriptions. Communicated by a foreigner.—January 6, 1826.
R. Evans, of Bread-street and Queenstreet, Cheapside; for improvements in the apparatus for, and process of, distillation—January 7.
H. Houldsworth, the younger, of Manchester, for improvements in machinery for giving the taking-up or winding-on motion to spools or bobbins and tubes, or other instruments, on which the roving or thread is roving, in spinning and twisting machines.—January 16.
B- Newmarch, of Cheltenham, for an improved method of exploding fire-arms. —January 16.
. J. Rothwell, of Manchester j for im.proved heald or harness for weaving purposes.—January 16. H. A. Koymans, of Warnford-court, London; for improvements in the construction and use of apparatus and works for inland navigation. Communicated by a foreigner.—January 16.
.T. F. Smith, of Chesterfield; for an "mi provcmcnt in the process of drawing, roving, spinning, and doubling, wool, cotton, and other fibrous substances. —January 19.
W. Whitfield, of Birmingham; for improvements in making or manufacturing handles for saucepans, kettles, and other culinary vessels, and also tea-kettle handle straps and other articles. •—January 19.
B. Cook, of Birmingham, brassfounder; for improvements in making or constructing hinges of various descriptions.—January 19. A. R. Leorent, of Gottenburg, at present residing in King-street, Cheapside, London j for a method of applying steam, without pressure, to pans, boilers, coppers, stills, pipes, and machinery, in order to produce, transmit, and regulate various temperatures of heat in the several processes of boiling, distill
ing, evaporating, inspissating, drying, and warming, and also to produce power. —January 19.
Sir R. Seppings, knight, of Somerset House ; for an improved construction of such masts and bow-sprits, as are generally known by the name of made masts and made bow-sprits.—January 19.
R. Stcphenson, of Bridge Town,:War-wickshire; for axletrees to remedy the extra friction on curves to waggons, carts, cars, and carriages used or to be used on rail road>, tramways, and other public roads.—January 23.
R. Rigg, of Bowste'ad Hill, Cumberland, for a new condensing apparatus to be used with or applied to the apparatus now in use for making vinegar.—Febru.ary 4.
J. C. Gamble, of Dublin; for an apparatus for the concentration and crystallization of aluminous and other saline and crystallizable solutions, part of which apparatus may be applied to the general purposes of evaporation, distillation, inspissation, and desiccation, and1 espe-;cially to the generation of steam.—February 7. pdip fo^W. Mayhew, of Union-street, SoutHwark, and W. White, of Cheapside; for an improvement in the manufacture of hats.—February 7. H. Evans, Holyhead, North Wales; for a method or methods of rendering ships and other vessels, whether sailing or propelled by steam, more safe in cases of danger by leakage, bilging, or letting in water, than as at present constructed.—February 7. 'fj^fna?, . W. Chapman, of Newcastte-uppnTyne; for improved machinery for loading or unloading of ships, vessels, or craft.—February 7
B. Cook, of Birmingham,' brassfounder; for improvements in making files of various descriptions.—February 7. W. Warren, of Crown-streety "Finsbury-squarc, for improvement* ,in >die process of extracting from Peruvian bark, medicinal substances or properties, known by the name of quinine and cinchonine, and preparing the various
• ;1.1 .'mi,! VflwilH.!, fli IiK>. salts to which these substances may serve as a basis. Communicated by a foreigner.—February 11.
J. Higgins, of Oxford-street, London ; for improvements in the construction of the masts, yards, sails, rigging of ships, and smaller vessels, and in the tackle used for working or navigating the same.—February 11.
B. Newmarch, of Cheltenham, and C. Bonner, of Gloucester, for a mechanical invention to be applied for the purpose of suspending and securing windows, gates, doors, shutters, blinds, and other apparatus.—February 18.
T. Walter, of Luton; for improvements in the manufacture of straw plat, for the purpose of making bonnets, hats, and other articles.—February 18.
C. Whiflaiv, of Bayswater Terrace; for an improvement or improvements in administering medicines by the agency of steam or vapour.—February 18.
A. Bulliuu, late of Massachusetts; for improvements in the process of making or manufacturing and dyeing hats. Communicated partly by certain foreigners.-—'February 18.
J. Fraser, Houndsditch, London, engineer ; for an improved method of constructing capstans and windlasses.— February 25.
B. Newmarch, Cheltenham, gentleman; for certain inventions to preserve vessels and other bodies from the dangerous effects of external or internal violence on land or water, and other improvements connected with the same. i—¥ebruary 25.
<■ IThe same, for a preparation to be used either in solution or otherwise, for preventing decay in timber or other substances, arising from dry rot or other causes.—February 25. J. F«*zer, Houndsditch, London, en
. giseer ; for a new and improved method of distilling and rectifying spirits and
-»t«t*g waters.—March 4.
R. Midgley, Horsforth, near Leeds, gentleman; for a method, machinery, or apparatus, for conveying persons and goods over or across rivers or other waters, and over valleys or other places. —March 4.
G. Anderton, Chickheaton, Yorkshire, worsted spinner; for improvements in the combing or dressing of wool and waste silk.—March 4.
J. Neville, New Walk, Shad Thames, engineer; for a new and improved boiler or apparatus for generating steam
with less expenditureof fuel.—March 14.
N. H. Manicler, of Great Guilfordstreet, Southwark, chemist; for a new preparation of fatty substances, and the application thereof to the purposes of affording light.—March 20.
J. Billingham, of Norfolk-street, Strand; for an improvement or improvements in the construction of cooking apparatus.—April 18.
J. Rowbotham, of Great Surrey-street, Blackfriars-road, and R. Lloyd, of the Strand; for a method of preparing, forming, uniting, combining, and putting together, certain materials, substances, or things, for the purpose of being made into hats, caps, bonnets, cloaks, coats, trowsers, and for wearing apparel in general, and various otherpurposes.—April 18.
W. Wood, of Summer-Hill Grove, Northumberland; for an apparatus for destroying the inflammable air (which is commonly known by the name of firedamps) in mines.—April 22.
J. Gillespie, of GrosvenoMstreet, Newington, Surrey; for a new spring, or combination of springs, for the purpose of forming an elastic resisting medium.—April 25.
S.Brown, of Eagle Lodge, Old Brampton; for improvements on his former patent, dated Pec. .4, 1823; for an engine or instrument for effecting a vacuum, and thus producing powers by which water may be raised, and machinery put in motion.—April 25.
F. Halliday, of Ham, Surrey; for an apparatus or machine fbr preventing the inconvenience arising from smoke in chimneys, which he denominates a wind guard.—April 25.
J. Williams of the Commercial-road; for improvements on ships' hearths, and apparatus for cooking by steam.—April 27.
W. Choice, of Strahan Terrace, and R. Gibson, of White Conduit Terrace, Islington; for improvements in machinery for making bricks.—April 27.
C. Kennedy, of Virginia Terrace, Great Dover-road, Surrey, for improvements in the apparatus used for cupping.—April 29.
J. Goulding, of America, but now residing in Cornhill, London; for improvements in the machines used for carding, stubbing, slivering, roving, or spinning wool, cotton, waste silk, short stapled hemp and flax, or any other fibrous materials or mixture thereof.—May 2.
A- Buffum, late of Massachusetts, America, but now residing in Jewinstreet, London, and J. M'Curdy, of Cecil-street, Strand; for improvements in steam-engines.—May 6.
Sir R. Seppings, of Somerset House; for improvements in the construction of fids or apparatus for striking top-masts and top-gallant masts in ships May 6. W. Fenner, of Bushell-rents, Wapping; for an improvement in machinery or apparatus for curing smoky, and cleansing foul chimneys.—May 6.
A. A. de la Court, of Great Winchester-street; for a new instrument, and improvements in well-known instruments, applicable to the organ of sight. —May 6.
J. Schaller, of Regent-street; for improvements in the construction or manufacture of clogs, pattens, or substitutes for the same.—May 6.
E. Heard, St. Leonard, Shoreditch, chemist; for a new composition to be used for the purpose of washing in sea and other water.—May 8.
L. Zachariah, jun. of Portsea, for a combination of materials to be used as fuel.—May 8.
D. Dunn, of Pentonville; for an improvement upon the screw-press used in the pressing of paper, books, tobacco, or bale goods, and in the expressing of oil, extracts, or tinctures, and for various other purposes in which great pressure is required May 23.
T. Hughes, of Newbury; for improvements in the method of restoring foul or smutty wheat, and rendering the same fit for use.—May 23.
F. Molyneux, of Stoke Saint Mary; for an improvement in machinery for spinning and twisting silk and wool, and for roving, spinning, and twisting flax, hemp, cotton, and other fibrous substances.—May 23.
T. P. Birt, of the Strand, for improvements on, or additions to, wheel carriages.—May 23.
J. Parker, of Knightsbridge, for improvements on, or additions to, park or other gates.—May 23.
D. P. Deurbroucq, of Leicester-square; for an apparatus adapted to cool wort or must, previous to its being set to undergo the process of fermentation, and also for the purpose of condensing the steam arising from stills during the process of distillation. Communicated by a forcign«r.—May 23. W. H. Gibbs, of Castle-court, Law
rence-lane, and A. Dixon, of Huddersfield; for a new kind of piece goods, formed by a combination of threads of two or more colours, the manner of combining and displaying such colours in such piece goods constituting the novelty thereof.—May 23.
J.Smith, of Tiverton; foran improvement on the stocking frame, and improved method of making stockings and other goods usually made on the stocking frame.—May 23.
J. Loach, of Birmingham, for a selfacting sash-fastener, which fastening is applicable to other purposes.—May 23. R. Slag, of Kilnhurst Forge, near Doncaster; for an improvement in the manufacture of springs, chiefly applicable to carriages.—May 23.
L. J. Marie, marquis de Combis, of Leicester-square; for improvements in the construction of rotatory steam-engines, and the apparatus connected therewith. Communicatedbyaforeigner. —May 23.
J. B. Fernandez, of Norfolk-street, Strand; for improvements in the construction ofblinds orshades for windows, or other purposes.—May 26.
R. Mickleham, of Furnival's Inn; for improvements in engines moved by the pressure, elasticity, or expansion of steam, gas, or air, by which a great saving in fuel will be effected.—June 6. H. R. Fanshaw, of Addle-street, London; for an improved winding machine.—June 13.
J. Ham, of Bristol; for an improved process for promoting the action of the acetic air on metallic bodies.—June 13. T. J. Knowles, of Trinity College, Oxford ; for a new manufacture of ornamental metal or metals. Communicated by a foreigner.—June 13.
T. Halahan, of Dublin; for machi nery or apparatus for working ordnance. June 22.
L. Aubrey, of Two-Waters, Herts; for an improvement in the web or wire for making paper.—July 4.
J. Poole, of Sheffield; for improvements in steam-engine boilers or steam generators; applicable also to the evaporation of other fluids.—July 4.
D. Freeman, of Wakefield; for improvements in measuringfor, and making collars for horses, and other cattle.— July 4.
P. Groves, of London; for improvements in manufacturing white lead.— July 4.
R. Wornam, of Wigmore-street; for improvements on piano-fortes.—July 4. P. Groves, of London; for improvements in making paint or pigment, for preparing and combining a substance or material with oil, turpentine, or other ingredients—July 10.
B. Lowe, of Birmingham, for improvements in useful and ornamental dressing pins.—July 14.
J. Guy and J. Harrison, of Workington; for an improved method of preparing straw and grass to be used in the manufacture of hats and bonnets.—July 14.
J. Palmer de la Fous, of Georgestreet, Hanover-square, and W. Littlewart, of Saint Mary Axe; for an impi"ovement in securing or mooring ships and other floating bodies, and apparatus for performing the same.—July 14.
£. BayliHe, of Kendall; for improvements in the machinery used for the operations of drawing, roving, and spinning, of sheep and lambs' wool.—July 14.
J. L. Higgins, of Oxford-street; for improvements in the construction of catblocks and fish-hooks, and in the application thereof.—July 14.
J. Barron, of Birmingham; for a combination of machinery or apparatus for feeding fire with fuel, which apparatus is applicable to other purposes.— July 24.
W. Johnston,of Caroline-street, Bedford-square; for improvements in inkholders.—July 24.
Mr. Robinson, of Craven-street; for a new method of propelling vessels by steam on canals or navigable rivers, by means of a moveable apparatus attached to the stem or stern of the vessel.— July 24.
W. Parsons, of Portsmouth; for improvements in building ships or vessels, which improvements are calculated to lessen the dangerous effects of internal or external violence.—July 24.
W. Davidson, Glasgow; for processes for bleaching or whitening bees' wax, myrtle wax, and animal tallow.— August 1.
T. J. Knowlys, of Trinity College, Oxford, and W. Duesbury, of Bousal, Derbyshire, for improvements in tanning.—August 1.
Count A. E. de Rosen, of Princesstreet, Cavendish-square; for a new engine for communicating power to answer the purposes of a steam-engine.
Communicated by a. foreigner.
J. B. Wilks, of Tandridge Hall, Surrey; for improvements in producing steam for steam-engines, and other purposes.—August 2.
L. W. Wright, of the Borough Road; for improvements in the construction of trucks for carriages, applicable to useful purposes.—August 2.
J. Williams, and John Doyle, mechanist, both of the Commercial-road; for an apparatus and process for separating salt from sea water, and thereby rendering it fresh and fit for use- August 4.
E. Hazard, of North America, but now residing in Norfolk-street, Strand; for a method or methods of preparing explosive mixtures, and employing them as a moving power for machinery. Partly communicated to him by a foreigner.—August 12.
J. T. Thompson, of Long Acre; for improvements in making or manufacturing metallic tubes, whereby strength and lightness are obtained, and for applying them, with various other improvements, to the constructing of the metallic tube and other bedsteads.— August 17.
J. C. Schwieso, of Regent-street; for improvements on certain stringed musical instruments—August 22.
T. Burstall, of Leith, and J. Hill, of Bath; for improvements in the machinery for propelling locomotive carv riages.'—August 22.
J. Yandall, of Surrey; for an improvement in apparatus for cooling and heating fluids.—August 24. s. '.,
F. Halliday, of Ham, Surrey;' foj improvements in raising and forcing water.—August 25.
W. Downe, Senior, of Exeter!.W improvements in water-closets. — August 25.
R. Busk, and W. K. Westley, tf'' Leeds; for improvements in machinery for heckling or dressing, and for breaking, scutching, or clearing hemp, flax, or other fibrous substances.—August 29.
W. Day, of the Strand; for improvements in bedsteads, which improvements are also applicable to other purposes August 31.
T. R. Williams, of Norfolk-street, Strand, for a machine for separating
burs or other substances from hair, or fur.—September 18,
The same; for an improved method of manufacturing hats and caps, with the assistance of machinery.—September 18.
J. Riste, of Chard, Somersetshire, lace-manufacturer; for improvements in machinery for making net commonly called bobbin or twist net.—October 4. F. Halliday, of Ham, Surrey j for improvements in apparatus used in drawing boots on and off.—October 4.
T. Jones, ofColeman-street, London; for an improvement in wheels for carriages.—October 11.
W. Mills of Bisley, Gloucestershire; for an improvement in fire-arms.— October 18.
W. Church, of Birmingham; for improvements in printing.—October 18. S. Pratt, of New Bond-street; for improvements in beds, bedsteads, couches, seats, and other articles of furniture.—October 18.
W. Busk, of Broad-street; for improvements in propelling boats and ships, or other vessels, or floating bodies.—October 18.
J. Viney, ofShanklin, Isle of Wight, Colonel in the Royal Artillery, and G. Pocock, of Bristol; for improvements in the construction of cars or other carriages, and the application of a power hitherto unused for that purpose, to draw the same, which power is applicable to the drawing of ships and other vessels, and for raising weights, and for other useful purposes.—October 18.
B. Newmarch, of Cheltenham; for improvements in fire-arms.—November?.
E. Thomason, of Birmingham; for improvements in the construction of medals, tokens, and coins.—November 9.
H. C. Lacy, of Manchester; for an apparatus on which to suspend carriage bodies.—November 18.
B. Woodcraft, of Manchester; for improvements in wheels and paddles for propelling boats and vessels,—November 18.
T. Machett, of Berners-street; for improvements in apparatus applicable to the burning of oil and other inflammable substances.—December 1.
R.Dickinson, of Southwark; for the formation, coating, and covering of vessels or packages for containing, preserving, conveying, and transporting goods and products, whether in liquid or solid forms, and for other useful Yoi-LXVIII.
purposes. Communicated to him by a foreigner.—December 8.
C. Pearson, the younger, of Greenwich, R. Witty, of Stanley, and W: Gillman, of Whitechapel; for a new or improved method or methods of applying heat to certain useful purposes.— December 13. i> ;•->-:;
C. Harsleben, of Great Ormondstrect; for machinery for facilitating the working of mines, and the extraction of diamonds, and other precious stones, gold, silver, and other metals, from the ore, the earth, or the sand, which machinery is likewise applicable to other purposes.—December 13.
J. Costigin, of Colton, Ireland; for improvements in steam machinery or apparatus.—December 13.
P. Mackay, of Great Union-street, Borough; for improvements, by which the names of streets and other inscriptions will be rendered more durable and conspicuous. Communicated by a foreigner.—December 13.
W. Johnson, of Droitwich; for improvements in the mode of process and form of apparatus for the manufacturing of salt, and other purposes.—December 18.
Maurice de Tongh, of Warrington; for improvements in machinery, or apparatus for preparing rovings, and for spinning, twisting, and winding fibrous substances.—December 18.
C. Harsleben, of Great Ormondstreet; for improvements in constructing or building of ships and other vessels, applicable to various useful purposes; and in machinery for propelling the same.—December 20.
T. Quarrill, of Peter's Hill, Doctors' Commons; for improvements in the manufacture of lamps.—December 20.
W. Kingston, Portsmouth, and G. Stebbing, of Portsmouth; for improvements in instruments, or apparatus for the more readily or certainly ascertaining the trim and stability of ships or other vessels.—December 20.
M. Wilson, of Warnford-court, London; for improvements in machinery for cleaning rice. Communicated by a foreigner.—December 20.
C. Seidler, of Crawford-street, Portman-square; for a method of drawing water out of mines, wells, pits, and other places. Communicated by a foreigner.—December 20.
F. Andrews, of Stanford Rivers, Essex; for improvements in the construeM*