US PATENTS IN 1859

This list of patents is far than be complete, further researches will be done, including patents for Needles and Knitting Machines.

Number of applications for patents during the year ...................... 6.225

Number of patents granted, including designs, reissues and additional improvements ............................................................................... 4.538

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JANUARY 1859

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US 22.517                                 I. M. Singer

January 4, 1859

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US 22.719                       W. A. Fosket & E.  Savage

January 25, 1859

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FEBRUARY 1859

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US 22.833                            William  W.  Wade

Improvements in Treadles for Sewing Machines

February 1, 1859

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US 22.961                                   C. Marsh

February 15, 1859

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US 22.987                                  W. Snyder

February 15, 1859

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MARCH 1859

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US 23.079                                W. Clemmons

March 1, 1859

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US 23.157                                 J. H. Cooper

March 8, 1859

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US 23.285                                E. S. Boynton

March 15, 1859

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APRIL 1859

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US 23.577                                  W.C. Hicks

April 12, 1859

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US 23.789                                   T. Shaw

April 26, 1859

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MAY 1859

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US 23.823                                  D. W. Clark

May 3, 1859

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US 24.000                            Abraham  Bartholf

Improvement in sewing Machines

My invention consists in a novel and very effective mode of applying and governing the operation of a thread-controlling lever, by which the needle-thread is drawn back through the cloth to draw up the loop to complete the stitch, and held back to prevent its getting slack during the first portion of the descent of the needle and before the point of the latter enters the cloth. It also consists in a certain novel arrangement of an adjustable eye, in combination with the thread-controlling lever, for the purpose of adapting the operation of the thread-control ling lever to sewing different thicknesses of material with the same degree of tension on the needle-thread, and with the same tightness of Stitch.

May 17, 1859

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US 24.001                                  E. O. Baxter

May 17, 1859

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US 24.003                                   A. H. Boyd

May 17, 1859

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US 24.022                                    J. Gray

May 17, 1859

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US 24.027                                 A. H. Hook

May 17, 1859

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US 24.061                               J. C. Spencer

May 17, 1859

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US 24.081                                  W. Millar

May 17, 1859

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US 24.088                        D. Barnum & S. G. Tyler

May 24, 1859

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US 24.098                               P. S. Carhart

May 24, 1859

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US 24.216                               A. B.  Irving

May 31, 1859

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JUNE 1859

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US 24.324                                  J. S. Moody

June 7, 1859

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US 24.395                               J. S. McCurdy

June 14, 1859

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US 24.455                              H. H. Goodwyn

June 21, 1859

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JULY 1859

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US 24.629                                    W. Grout

July 5, 1859   

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US 24.737                                   G. Hensel

July 12, 1859

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US 24.780                                   S. Parker

July 12, 1859

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US 24.847                                   L. Planer

July 19, 1859

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US 24.863                        E. A. Goodes & E. L. Miller

Button-Hole Sewing Machine One Thread

Our invention relates to the formation of a stitch of novel character suitable for working button-holes and eyelet-holes, overseaming and for other kinds of work in which it is necessary or desirable for the stitches to pass over an edge. It consists in a certain combination of mechanical devices for making such stitch.

... The feed-motion employed in connection with our improved stitch-making apparatus may be of any known kind. The apparatus may be adapted to any or most of the machines in use and put on and two threads may be used without changing the construction of any of the parts above specified, except that of the hooked needle "b", which will require to have a second hook to catch the second thread, which should be so conducted from a spool or bobbin below the work-plate as to be caught by the said hook and drawn in the form of a loop through the loop of the thread from the needle "n" and drawn with the latter loop over the edge of the material and to be caught and spread by the hook "h" along with the latter loop, that the needle "n" may pass through it also.

July 26, 1859

Reissued

February 9, 1864        USRE 1.616

Button-Hole Sewing Machine One Thread or Two Threads

Assignors to:

C. S. Patterson, E. Pincus, A. Hart, M. Moore, A. Mitchell and H. H. Reed 

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US 24.870                                    W. Hall

July 26, 1859

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US 24.881                                J. W. Morton

July 26, 1859

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US 24.892                                 l. M. Singer

July 26, 1859

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AUGUST 1859

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US 24.937                               H. W. Hayden

August 2, 1859

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US 24.939                                 D. Kelsey

August 2, 1859

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US 24.973                               G. L. Jencks

August 2, 1859

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US 25.002                              J. P. Emswiler

August 9, 1859

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US 25.004                                 C. N. Farr

August 9, 1859

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US 25.013                              J. Harrison, jr.

August 9, 1859

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US 25.043                                W. F. Pratt

August 9, 1859 

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US 25.059                                G. S. Tapley

August 9, 1859

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US 25.078                              R. Eickemeyer

August 9, 1859

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US 25.084                               W. T. Barnes

August 16, 1859

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US 25.087                                 E. Booth

August 16, 1859

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US 25.223                             O. N. Stoddard

August 23, 1859

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US 25.231                                J. Hinkley

August 23, 1859

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US 25.255                                  A. Golary

August 30, 1859

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US 25.262                               J. Harrison, jr.

August 30, 1859

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SEPTEMBER 1859

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US 25.331                               J. W.  Hardie

September 6, 1859

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US 25.381                                  J. S. Buell

September 13, 1859

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US 25.471                                 J. C.  Silvey

September 13, 1859

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US 25.472                              Seth  D.  Tripp

Pegging machine

September 131859

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OCTOBER 1859

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US 25.652                               H. B. Knowles

October 4, 1859

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US 25.692                               Kasimir  Vogel

Button-Hole Sewing Machine Two Thread

My invention consists in a finger or thread conductor operating in combination with two or more needles which perforate or pass from one side to the other of the cloth or other material to be operated upon for the purpose of effecting the interlacing of the threads of such needles on one side of the material before they are interlaced with a locking-thread on the opposite side and thus producing stitches of novel character, suitable for working button holes, working over the edges of cloth or other goods, embroidering and for other purposes. It further consists in a movable needle-plate, made adjustable in the bed or cloth plate of the sewing machine and containing two or more needle-holes of different size or form, or differently arranged, either of which may by adjusting the plate be presented in a position for the needle to work through.

October 4, 1859

Reissued

USRE 1.805          November 1, 1864

Button-Hole Sewing Machine Two Thread

 Assignor to the Union Button Hole and Embroidery Machine Company

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US 25.715                        S. E. Blake & T. Johnson

October 11, 1859

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US 25.730                            Grover, Baker & Co.

Improvements in Sewing Machines

October 11, 1859

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US 25.782                                F. G. Woodward

October 11, 1859

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US 25.785                                  O. D. Barrett

October 11, 1859

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US 25.876                                 W. T. Barnes

October 25, 1859

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US 25.885                                  C. O. Crosby

October 25, 1859

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US 25.913                              T. J. W. Robertson

October 25, 1859

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US 25.918                             I. B. Sawyer & T. Alsop

October 25, 1859

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NOVEMBER 1859

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US 25.946                              W. G. Budlong

November 1, 1859

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US 25.963                         W. A. Fosket & E. Savage

November 1, 1859

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US 25.968                                    H. Hudson

November 1, 1859

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US 25.989                              Luke  H.  Wood

Pegging machine

November 1, 1859

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US 26.035                                   W. C. Hicks

November 8, 1859

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US 26.057                                  I. M. Rose

November 8, 1859

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US 26.059                                   C. Scofield

November 8, 1859

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US 26.130                                  E. C. Singer

November 15, 1859

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US 26.201                                 W. Pearson

November 22, 1859

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US 26.205                           T. J. W. Robertson

November 22, 1859

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US 26.207                               L. W. Serrell

November 22, 1859

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US 26.234                               J. S. McCurdy

November 22, 1859 

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DECEMBER 1859

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US 26.336                                 E. Clark

December 6, 1859

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US 26.346                             C. W. Dickinson

December 6, 1859

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US 26.366                              G. W. Mitchell

December 6, 1859

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US 26.462                                  C. Miller

December 13, 1859

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US 26.536                                  J. Thorne

December 20, 1859

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US 26.537                                  E. L. Pratt

December 20, 1859

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US 26.586                               J. Harrison, jr.

December 27, 1859

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US 26.561                                 O. G. Brady

December 27, 1859

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US 26.638                                   J. Rowe

December 27, 1859

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REISSUED IN 1859

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US RE 829                               O. L.  Reynolds

Improvements in Sewing Machines

Joseph W. Bartlett assignee of  O. L. Reynolds

September 27, 1859

Specification forming part of Letters Patent

US 7.369         May 14, 1850

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