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Page 166 - A Description and Draught of a new-invented Machine, for carrying Vessels or Ships out of, or into, any Harbour, Port, or River, against Wind and Tide, or in a calm.
Page 167 - Patents' publications (each set including more than 2,700 volumes and costing for printing and paper nearly .£2,600) have been presented to the authorities of the most important towns in the kingdom, on condition that the works shall be rendered daily accessible to the public, for reference or for copying, free of all charge. The following list gives the names of the towns, and shows the place of deposit, so far as ascertained, of each set of the works thus presented : — Aberdeen (Mechanics
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Page 167 - A FREE LIBRARY and READING ROOMS are open to the • Public daily, from 10 till 4 o'clock, in the Office of the Commissioners of Patents, 25, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. In addition to the printed Specifications, Indexes, and other publications of the Commissioners, the Library includes a Collection of the leading British and Foreign Scientific Journals, and text-books in the various departments of science and art. Complete sets of the Commissioners of Patents...
Page 168 - Provinces. Jamaica. Malta. Mauritius. New Brunswick. Newfoundland. New South Wales. New Zealand. Nova Scotia. Prince Edward Island. South Australia— Colonial Institute, Adelaide. Tasmania. Trinidad. Victoria— Parliamentary Library, Melbourne. Patent Office, Melbourne. Public Library, Melbourne.
Page 166 - AD 1852; consisting for the most part of Reprints of scarce Pamphlets, descriptive of the early patented Inventions comprised in that Series.
Page 166 - Navigation improved : or, the art of rowing ships of all rates, in calms, with a more easy, swift, and steady motion, than oars can.
Page 87 - Apparatus for cleaning water, and removing all matters in suspension and dissolution contained in it, water intended to feed generators of all sorts (applicable also to other purposes), which besides previous to its getting into the generators, is heated to the highest degree without almost any expense.
Page 174 - June 1857 by more than 2,890,000 persons. The model will be received either as a gift or loan ; if deposited as a loan, it will be returned on demand. Before sending a model, it is requested that the size and description of it shall first be given to the Superintendent of the Patent Office Museum.
Page 9 - ... it discharges the condensed matter into any vessel which may be designed for its reception : after the seawater has been distilled in this , manner, it is passed through a filterer, of which the following is a description : a small cylindrical case is made of tin or other metal, and b^eing rilled...

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