BRITISH PATENTS IN 1877

  Year Applications Granted  
        1877                       4.949                 3.317  

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JANUARY 1877

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GB 220                                  Peter  Waterston

Sewing Machine

This invention, which is described in American Letters Patent US 201.966, dated April 2, 1878, has for its object improvements in lock-stitch sewing machines and relates to an improved wheel or driver, from which motion is communicated to all the working parts of the mechanism.

patented in America.  US 201.966 , April 2, 1878

January 17, 1877

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FEBRUARY 1877

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GB 707                              George Moss

of Southampton-buildings, London, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in sewing machines.

February 21, 1877

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MARCH 1877

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GB 961                              George Hilton Smith

of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Machine Maker, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in looms for weaving driving belts and other fabrics and in shuttle's for the same and for sewing machines.

March 9, 1877

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GB 1.085                                   John Keats

of Wood Green, in the county of Middlesex, Mechanical Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in sewing machinery.

March 17, 1877

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APRIL 1877

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MAY 1877

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GB 2.000                          Hunter Henry Murdoch

of No. 7, Staple-inn, in the county of Middlesex, Patent Agent, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in sewing machines. A communication to him from abroad by Louis Dryfoos, of New York, in the United States of America.

May 22, 1877

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JUNE 1877

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GB 2.347                               Thomas Morgan

Secretary of the Inventors' Patent Right Association Limited, 21, Cockspur Street, Charing Cross, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of improved machinery for sewing on boot and shoe soles. A communication to him from abroad by George Valentine Sheffield, Joseph Dart and John Augustus Sweezy of Brooklyn, King's County and State of New York, United States of America.

June 15, 1877

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GB 2.393            Richard Varley & John Procter Wolfenden

Sewing Machine Manufacturers and Sylvester Scaife, Mechanic, all of Keighley, in the county of York, for the invention of improvements in the method of and apparatus for preventing waste in roving and spinning frames.

June 20, 1877

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GB 2.114                           John Henry Johnson

of 47, Lincoln's-inn-fields, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of improvements in needles for knitting and sewing. A communication to him from abroad by Samuel Peberdy and Henry Howson, both of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America.

June 21, 1877

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GB 2.482                     William Edward Gedge

of No. 11, Wellington-street, Strand, in the county of Middlesex, Patent Agent, for the invention of improvements in sewing and embroidering machines. A communication to him from abroad by Emile Cornely, of Paris, France.

June 27, 1877

US 219.225    September 2, 1879

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GB 2.503                                  Henry Bland

of Luton, in the county of Bedford, Engineer, for the invention of improvements in the mode of and apparatus to be used in, sewing by machinery.

June 28, 1877

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JULY 1877

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AUGUST 1877

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GB 3.118                  Charles Carter & Newton Wilson

of Brixton, in the county of Surrey and 144, High Holborn, in the county of Middlesex, Sewing Machine Manufacturer, have given the like notice in respect of the invention of improvements in bicycles.

August 16, 1877

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SEPTEMBER 1877

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GB 3.443                      William  McIntyre  Cranston

Sewing Machine

of Worship Street, Finsbury, in the county of Middlesex, for improvements in button-hole attachments for sewing machines. A communication to him from abroad by Willard  Gay, of Troy, New York, United States of America. Recorded.

September 12, 1877

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OCTOBER 1877

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GB 3.710                       George Frederick Dawson

of Bradford, in the county of York, Worsted Spinner, for the invention of  improvements in sewing or machine threads.

October 5, 1877

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GB 3.758                                 Isidor Nasch

of No. 16, Finsbury pavement, in the city of London, in the county of Middlesex, for improvements in the construction of sewing machines.

October 10, 1877

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NOVEMBER 1877

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GB 4.276                              Herbert  Guthrie

of the city of Manchester, Engineer, for the invention of  improvements in sewing machines. Recorded in the Office of the commissioners.

November 15, 1877

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GB 4.326                               Alexander Watkins

of 59, Carey Street in the county of Middlesex, for improvements in sewing machines and in rendering them self-acting.

November 19, 1877

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GB 4.344       Charles Powers & George Perkins & Charles Wilson

of Sheffield, in the county of York and Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, for improvements in sewing-machines and in apparatus for application thereto to render them capable off producing a button-hole stitch.

November 20, 1877

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GB 4.526                           William  Harrison

Sewing Machine

of 128, Portlandstreet, Manchester, in the county of Lancaster,
Mechanic, for the invention of "a new darning
or mending attachment for sewing machines."
On his petition, recorded in the Office of the
Commissioners

November 30, 1877

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DECEMBER 1877

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GB 4.545                       Edward Thomas Hughes

of the firm of Hughes and Son, Patent Agents, 123, Chancery Lane, London, for improvements in sewing machines. A communication to him from abroad by Messrs. Tunker and Ruh, Manufacturers, of Carlsruhe, Baden, Germany

 

December 1, 1877

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GB 4.564                            Jacques Emile Berlin

of Paris, Boulevard de Strasbourg, No. 23, Manufacturer, for the invention of an improved sewing machine.

December 3, 1877

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GB 4.565                                Sigismund  Louis

of No. 50, Newgate street, in the city of London, for improved means of driving light machines such as those used for sewing, embroidering and the like. A communication to him from abroad by Camille Doguin, Louis Isaac and Simon Haas, all of No. 37, Rue du Sentier, Paris, France.

December 3, 1877

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GB 4.585                                 Ernest de Pass

of Fleet-chambers, 68, Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent Agent, for the invention of improvements in embroidering attachments for sewing machines. A communication to him from abroad by Daniel McLean Somers, of New York, in the United States of America, Machinist

December 4, 1877

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GB 4.592                       William Cook & Samuel Hill

of Redditch, both in the county of Worcester, Machinists, for improvements in the needle bars of sewing machines and in needles to be used with the said needle bars.

patented in USA, May 28, 1878

December 4, 1877

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GB 4.949                               Nahum  Salamon

Sewing Machine

of Holborn Viaduct, in the city of London, Sewing Machine Factor, for improvements in sewing machines. A communication to him from abroad by Laurent Pierre Manquet, of Lyons, in the Republic of France. Recorded in the Office of the Commissioners.

December 31, 1877

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