British  Patent

GB 3.012/1807                                           James  Winter

Machine for sewing, &c, leather gloves

A grant unto James Winter, of Stoke under Hamdon, in the county of Somerset, glove manufacturer, for his invented machine for sewing and pointing leather gloves with neatness and strength, much superior to that which is effected by manual labour ; to hold to him, his exors, admors and assigns, within that part of our united kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland called England, our dominion of Wales and town of Berwick upon Tweed for the term of fourteen years pursuant to the statute ; with a clause to inroll the same within one calendar month from the date thereof.

February 20, 1807