BRITISH PATENTS IN 1884

  Year Applications Granted  
        1884                       17.110                 9.984  

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JANUARY 1884

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GB 15   J. A. Walter, locks, 6d.

January 1, 1884

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GB 33                                        H.  H.  Lake

Button-Hole Attachment

a communication from B. Kahl, of Paris, for improvements in mechanism for stitching button-holes and similar work, chiefly designed as an attachment to a sewing machine.

January 1, 1884

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GB 140  J. Shaw, tricycles, 6d.

GB 147 M. M. Brophy, water heating apparatus, 6d.

GB 162 W. Bevan, bicycle safety attachment for learners, 4d.

GB 175 S. Martin, tricycles, &c., 6d.

GB 180 W. H. Baraclough, flushing water closets, &c., lod.

GB 182 S. Martin, velocipedes, 6d.

GB 326 J. Smith, fire places and grates, 4d.

GB 372 H. Salsbury, lamps, &c., 6d.

GB 373 H. J. Haddan, combination tools, 4d.

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GB 390                                  J.  Smith

for improvements in perambulators or vehicles for children.

January 2, 1884

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GB 407 F. T. Bond, stoves, 6d.

GB 487 W. Woolley, saddles for bicycles, &c., 6d.

GB 512 J. Dean, self-acting open fire ranges, 4d.

GB 571 H. M. Ashley, kitchen range and cooking apparatus, 4d.

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GB 582                                       J.  Heggan

Sewing Machinery

January ?, 1884

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GB 607 B. Carr, velocipedes, 8d.

GB 657 T. W. Twyford, connecting supply apparatus with water closet basins, 4d.

GB 659 T. Barrow and C. H. Berry, cooking stove, 6d.

GB 662 W. Bell, burner apparatus for gas fires, 4d.

GB 684 C. W. Wasbrough and J. S. Stroud, velocipedes, 6d.

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GB 719                                       J.  Harper

for improvements in or relating to slotting or key-seating machines.

January 5, 1884

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GB 723 S. Smith, cooking ranges, 4d.

GB 730 T. Shepherd and J. D. Hodgson, knife cleaning apparatus, 4d.

GB 809 T. Fletcher, heating water by gas, 6d.

GB 887 S. Reeve, warming and ventilating apartments, &c., 6d.  

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GB 1.405                                  J. M.  Sellers

Sewing Machine

for improvements in sewing machines.

January 14, 1884

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GB 1.439                                      J. Parry

of the Eagle Foundry, Birmingham, for an improved self-acting fastener for french windows, double doors and book cases, wardrobes, cupboards and the like.

January 15, 1884

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GB 1.443                                W. H. R. Bradford

of Norfolk Square, Hyde Park, London, for improvements in corkscrews, gimlets and other tools to which a rotary motion can be applied.

January 15, 1884

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GB 1.446                                     S. Bennett

of Stretford, near Manchester, for an improved blind pulley.

January 15, 1884

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GB 1.447                                  J. E.  Dodd

of Liverpool, for improvements in or appertaining to bolts, for the purpose of making them more secure.

January 15, 1884

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GB 1.454                              A. J. & H. C. Needham

both of Hammersmith, London, for improvements in portable or table fountains.

January 15, 1884

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GB 1.469                                     J. Heselwood

of Leeds, for improvements in the construction of oil-cans.

January 15, 1884

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GB 1.476                                A. D. Turner

of Old Ford, and W. Flatau, of Highbury Quadrant, London, for improvements in lamps for burning gasoline, albo carbon, paraffin, or other liquids.

January 15, 1884

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GB 1.493                             J. & W. Roper

both of Birmingham, for an improved hollow spindle hall-door knob, bell, letter-plate, name-plate and house number combined.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.495                             W. F. Allcock

of Birmingham, for improvements in door bells.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.508                                  J. F. Atkinson

a communication from J. W. Otto, of Copenhagen, Denmark, for improvements in egg cutters and similar articles.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.514                                    W.  Wade

of Leeds, for an improved self-adjusting sash fastener.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.515                                   D. Jackson

of Batley Carr, near Dewsbury, Yorkshire, for improvements in apparatus for cleaning and polishing knives, forks and other articles.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.520                                    B. Haigh

of Glengall-road,  Cubitt  Town, for improvements in water waste preventors.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.533                                C.  Showell

of Birmingham, for an improvement in the manufacture of metallic sash lifts.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.534                                   W.  Avery

Needles Case

of Headless Cross, near Redditch, Worcestershire, for an improvement in the manufacture of metallic needle cases.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.542                                    E.  Maylor

of Bradford, for improvements in ovens.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.552                                  T. D. Griffiths

of Swansea, for improvements in means or apparatus for lighting, ventilating and heating rooms by means of gas.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.553                                   T. D. Griffiths

of Swansea, for improvements in or connected with domestic fireplaces.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.570                                Max Am Ende

of Westminster, London, for improvements in presses for copying letters and like purposes.

January 16, 1884

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GB 1.583                              0. & F.  Robinson

Sewing Machine

both of Kettering, Nort-Hamptonshire, for improvements in machines for sewing and joining straw-plait and other purposes.

January 17, 1884

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GB 1.588                                 J.  Hummerston

of Leeds, for an improved bolt for doors, windows, shutters, &c.

January 17, 1884

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GB 1.596                                     W.  Devoll

of Erdington, near Birmingham, for an improved syphon apparatus for flushing closets and preventing waste of water.

January 17, 1884

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GB 1.609                                   T. Mc Grab

of Sheffield, for improvements in perambulators.

January 17, 1884

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GB 1.610                        G. W. Willford & V. J. O'Donnell

both of Sheffield, for apparatus or appliances for and in connection with the manufacture of shovels and other similar articles.

January 17, 1884

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GB 1.627                                     W. J. Righton

of Euston Road, London, for an apparatus for instantaneously, heating water.

January 17, 1884

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GB 1.630                                    T.  Sanders

of Birmingham, and T. Stubbs, of Stockwell, Surrey, for improvements in window fasteners.

January 17, 1884

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GB 1.637                             J. J. Offord & J. Madal

both of Southampton Row, London, for an improved fastening pin.

January 17, 1884

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GB 1.641                                       R.  Lake

a communication from L. Bannister, of Philadelphia, United States, for improvements in grates and grate bars.

January 17, 1884

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GB 1.664                                    G.  Edwards

of Dunkenfield, Cheshire, for an improved gas burner and top combined.

January 18, 1884

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GB 1.704                                  M. H. Pearson

of Leeds, for improvements in washing machines.

January 18, 1884

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GB 1.706                                 M. H. Pearson

of Leeds, for improvements in washing machines.

January 18, 1884

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GB 1.745                                     0. Chipps

of Southsea, Hants, for an improved perambulator.

January 19, 1884

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GB 1.748                           T. H. B.  Hitching

of Ludgate Hill, London, for improvements in break apparatus for perambulators and invalid carriages.

January 19, 1884

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GB 1.764                            J. Jones & W. Whielder

of New Cross and of Devonshire Chambers, Bishopsgate Street, London, for an improved washing and cleansing machine, for plates, dishes and similar articles.

January 19, 1884

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GB 1.769                                  C.  Phillips

of Aston, near Birmingham, for improvements in oil lamps.

January 19, 1884

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GB 1.788                       J. H. Cooper &  W. J. Ford

Knitting Machine

of Evington, and of Humberstone, both of Leicestershire, for improvements in knitting machines.

January 19, 1884

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GB 1.792                      G. G. P. Brodie &  J. D. Prior

of Birmingham and of London, for improvements in fire grates.

January 21, 1884

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GB 1.793                                 W. Vaughan

of Small-heath, near Birmingham, for improvements in oil lamps.

January 21, 1884

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GB 1.802                                     J. Titley

of Wallsall, for improvements in duplex burners for lamps or lanterns.

January 21, 1884

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GB 1.810                                      C. J. Hart

of Edgbaston, Birmingham, for an improved handle for tricycles and bicycles.

January 21, 1884

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GB 1.828                                   J. J.  Norman

of Walbrook, London, for self-generating gas or vapour burners for heating purposes.

January 21, 1884

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GB 1.832             G. Moore, A. L. Stamps & B. E. Saunders

all of Aston, near Birmingham, for a new and improved joint for perambulators and other carriages.

January 21, 1884

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GB 1.836                                  J. W. Watts

Knitting Machine

of Countesthorpe, Leicester, for improvements in latch-needle knitting machines.

January 21, 1884

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GB 1.844                                        T.  Birks

of Nottingham, for improvements in perambulators or vehicles for children.

January 21, 1884

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GB 1.845                                  R. W.  Kenyon

for improvements in the flaming of washing, wringing and mangling machines.

January 21, 1884

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GB 1.859                             T. Trotman & J. Carter

both of Stroud, Gloucestershire, for improvements in raising or lowering window blinds.

January 22, 1884

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GB 1.862                               E. W.  Whitehall

Attachments

of Nottingham, for an improved attachment to loop-stitch sewing machines for the trimming and welting of looping fabrics.

January 22, 1884

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GB 1.876                                      J. E. Taylor

of Moss Grove, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, for a new or improved washing machine.

January 22, 1884

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GB 1.892                            H. Harris & T. Janeway

of Mildmay-park, and of Lambeth, London, for improvements in filters, whereby every household in town or country shall have a constant supply of pure filtered water.

January 22, 1884

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GB 1.893                                     E. Gordon

of Worthing, for improvements in the form and construction of lamps.

January 22, 1884

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GB 1.899                          F. Axam & G. Davies

of Chancery-lane, London, for improvements in washing machines.

January 22, 1884

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GB 1.910                                  J.  Whiteley

Needles

of Leeds, for improvements in needles for sewing machines.

January 22, 1884

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GB 1.914   J. F. Wiles, of Old Charlton, Kent, for an improved knife cleaner.

January 23, 1884

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GB 1.950                           J. Watson & G. Whalley

of Keighley, Yorkshire, for improvements in the construction of washing machines.

January 23, 1884

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GB 1.960                                    S. Welman

of Godalming , Surrey, for improvements in water-closet apparatus

January 23, 1884

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GB 1.974                                    L. A.  Groth

A  communication from M. Schneider, of Doos, Germany, for improvements in jacketed heating stoves.

January 23, 1884

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GB 1.989                                  F.  Stichbury

of Leyton, for improvements in box irons.

January 23, 1884

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GB 2.005                                    W.  Scott

of Glasgow, for improvements in the construction of heating stoves.

January 24, 1884

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GB 2.009                       T. Chadwick & T. Sugden

Sewing Machine

both of Oldham, Lancashire, for improvements in or applicable to sewing machines.

January 24, 1884

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GB 2.010                                 L. W.  White

of Birmingham, for an improved skein holder.

January 24, 1884

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GB 2.035                                     J. Jones

of Highgate, London, for an improved method of constructing kettles, saucepans and other vessels.

January 24, 1884

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GB 2.045                              J. Lowley & J. Harold

both of Battersea, London, for the ready and secure mode of fastening doors and opening same in case of sudden alarm by tire, or otherwise to be called the universal lever, latches and bolts.

January 24, 1884

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GB 2.048                              E. A.  Rippingille

of Birmingham, for improvements in lamp burners for burning mineral oils.

January 24, 1884

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GB 2.063                                  A. M.  Clark

A  communication from W. Jensen, of Victoria, British Columbia, for improvements in domestic fire-escapes.

January 24, 1884

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GB 2.086                                   H.  Parker

of Birmingham, for improvements in cruet stands, liquor frames, egg stands and other frames of a similar kind.

January 25, 1884

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GB 2.104                      T. H. Blamires & W. H. Bailey

of Huddersfield and of Salford, for improvements in apparatus for cooking and other culinary operations.

January 25, 1884

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GB 2.108                                     J.  Smith

of Eastbourne, for an improved benzoline lamp.

January 25, 1884

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GB 2.126                     S. Thorpe & W. A. Chamberlain

both of Wigton, Magna, Leicestershire, for improvements in castors.

January 25, 1884

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GB 2.129                                W. B. G. Bennett

of Cranleigh Portswood, of Southampton for an improved automatic flushing apparatus.

January 25, 1884

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GB 2.130                                     F. Plaister

of Oxford, for improvements in perambulators.

January 25, 1884

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GB 2.132                                      J. Davis

of 200, Camberwell-road, London, for improvements in gas heating stoves.

January 25, 1884

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GB 2.156                                 J. H. Johnson

Sewing Machine

a communication from A. Jacobs, of Brussels, for an improved apparatus or appliance for sewing machines, for colouring or dyeing, the material being sown thereby.

January 25, 1884

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GB 2.161                             E. Jansen & A. Bontag

both of Soligen, Germany, for improvements in pocket knives.

January 25, 1884

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GB 2.181                                    T. H. Heard

of Sheffield for improvements in the method of manufacture of table cutlery, edge tools and other similar articles.

January 26, 1884

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GB 2.182                                W. St. John Joyce

of Dublin, for an improvement in fire grates.

January 26, 1884

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GB 2.221                                      A. J. Boult

a communication from L. Henkle, of Rochester, New York, United States, for improvements in lamps.

January 26, 1884

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GB 2.224                                    A. Perkins

of Uxbridge Road, Shepherd's Bush, for an improved frying-pan.

January 26, 1884

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GB 2.248                                  M. J.  Redgate

of Sheffield, for improvements in perambulators.

January 28, 1884

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GB 2.255                                   L. L.  Hollier

of Birmingham, for improvements relating to perambulators, which may be applied to similar vehicles.

January 28, 1884

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GB 2.257                                    H. W. Triggs

of Bristol, for improvements in or applicable to perambulators.

January 28, 1884

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GB 2.270                                       A. Martin

of Birmingham, for improvements in lamps for burning mineral and other oils.

January 28, 1884

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GB 2.301                                    J.  Conlong

of Blackburn, for improvements in water closets and in valves for regulating the supply of water to same.

January 29, 1884

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GB 2.313                                   H. J.  Allison

Button-Hole

a communication from the Schott Button-Hole Attachment Company, of New York, United States, for an improved button-hole attachment for sewing machines.

January 29, 1884

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GB 2.375                                   H.  Leeming

Knitting Machine

of Manchester, for improvements in or relating to knitting machines.

January 30, 1884

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GB 2.379                                     S.  Willett

of Herne Hill, Surrey, for an improved window fastener.

January 30, 1884

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GB 2.385                                      C. Spong

of Brockley, Kent, for improvements in knife cleaning machines.

January 30, 1884

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GB 2.399                                       D.  Lindo

of Finsbury, London, for an improved tea-pot.

January 30, 1884

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GB 2.403                                    W. Richards

of Birmingham, for improvements in the manufacture of stair-rod eyes.

January 30, 1884

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GB 2.414                                  A. Harmens

of Howard-street, Strand, London, for washing machines.

January 30, 1884

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GB 2.419                              J. H.  Ramsay, Bart

of Barnff, Perthshire, for an improvement in coal scuttles or fuel boxes.

January 30, 1884

 

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GB 2.432                                    F. H.  White

of Liverpool, for the adaptation to all fire grates, cooking ranges, stoves, &c., of a swivel rest or tea-crow by iron clip.

January 31, 1884

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GB 2.435                                    W. Macvitie

of Wylde Green, near Birmingham, for an improved sash and casement fastener.

January 31, 1884

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GB 2.452                                 B. E.  Jackson

of Birmingham, for certain improvements in bells known as call or alarm bells.

January 31, 1884

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GB 2.490                                 J. W.  Barsham

a communication from Messrs. Porter, Blanchard and Sons, of Concord, United States, for a new or improved butter worker.

January 31, 1884

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GB 2.496                                 E.  Crosthwaite

of Upper Thames-street, London, for an improvement in and appertaining to fire grates or stoves.

January 31, 1884

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FEBRUARY 1884

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GB 2.519                                    A.  Bradshaw

of Accrington, for improvements in oil cans.

February 1, 1884

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GB 2.529                                  W.  Barsby

Sewing Machine

of King's Heath, Worcestershire, for improvements in lock-stitch sewing machines, more especially applicable to machines for sewing heavy materials, such as leather.

February 1, 1884

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GB 2.537                                    T.  Wood

of Godstone, Surrey, for improvements in portable and fixed gas making lamps.

February 1, 1884

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GB 2.560                        S. Coulson & W. H. Edwards

both of Birmingham, for improvements in apparatus for opening, closing and securing windows, casements, ventilators, doors and all objects that saving on centres or hinges.

February 1, 1884

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GB 2.584                                    R.  Wilson

of Brixton, London, for improvements in lenses for reflecting light.

February 2, 1884

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GB 2.595                                    J. Howarth

of Burnley, Lancashire, for improvements in the construction of washing machines.

February 2, 1884

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GB 2.602                                   J.  Aylward

of Coventry, Warwickshire, for improvements in perambulators, parts of such improvements being also applicable to the wheels of velocipedes and to the wheels of other vehicles.

February 2, 1884

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GB 2.605                                E. S. B.  Tombs

Sewing Machinery

of Redcross-street, London, for improvements in sewing machinery.

February 2, 1884

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GB 2.609                                    H. A. H. Gill

Type-Writing

of Hamburg, Germany, for improvements in type-writing machines.

February 2, 1884

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GB 2.611                                     C.  Hunt

of Birmingham, for improvements in sun burners.

February 2, 1884

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GB 2.616                                 J. C.  Mewburn

Attachments for Sewing Machine

a communication from C. F. Norton and H. C. Mervin, both of Melbourne, for an improved hemming and felling contrivance for attachment to sewing machines.

February 2, 1884

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GB 2.625                                    L. L.  Hollier

of Birmingham, for improvements in perambulators.

February 2, 1884

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GB 2.647                         W. Foxcroft & J. J. Perry

both of Birmingham, for improvements in lamp or lantern burners for burning colza, petroleum, or other volatile oils.

February 4, 1884

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GB 2.686                                  A. B.  Johnson

of West Hampstead, London, for improvements in window sash fastenings.

February 4, 1884

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GB 2.711                                  I  Hopperton

of Malton, Yorkshire, for a washing machine.

February 5, 1884

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GB 2.712                                   B.  Boothroyd

a communication from W. F. Main, of Chicago, United States, for improvements in furniture casters.

February 5, 1884

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GB 2.761                                D. H.  Brandon

Needles

a communication from J. A. Fresco, of Paris, for improvements in sewing needles and in the modes of manufacturing the same.

February 5, 1884

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GB 2.774                                  T. H. Williams

of Soho, London, for spring hooks for window-blind cords.

February 5, 1884

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GB 2.811                                    J. E.  Spratt

of Brook-street, Grosvenor-square, London, for an improved self-feeding atmospheric stove for heating baths, washing-tubs, or other vessels containing water by means of an apparatus or stove with the fire being immersed in the water, the invention being that of feeding the fire or flame with air.

February 6, 1884

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GB 2.824                                      J.  Hunt

of Bolton, for improvements in washing machines.

February 6, 1884

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GB 2.865                                   T.  Whitehead

of Aston, near Birmingham, for improvements in couplings and joints in lamps and chandeliers.

February 7, 1884

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GB 2.914                                   J. S.  Millway

of Bristol, for an improved construction or arrangement of iron scraper door mat.

February 7, 1884

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GB 2.942                          D. G. Stansbie & J. Parton

both of Birmingham, for dividing and thereby increasing in volume and illuminating power, the ordinary gas.

February 8, 1884

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GB 2.958                                    H. Thomas

Needles

of Redditch, Worcestershire, for a method of papering or making up for sale needles threaded with cotton, silk, or other sewing material.

February 8, 1884

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GB 2.967                                      F.  Wirth

a communication from E. Gruis, of Heilbronn, Germany, for improvements in gas lamps.

February 8, 1884

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GB 2.984                                    F. George

of Northumberland-street, Regent's-park, London, for improvements in gas connections.

February 8, 1884

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GB 3.015                                    T.  Fletcher

of Warrington, Lancashire, for improvements in gas stove and gas fires.

 

February 9, 1884

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GB 3.033                                    C.  Portway

of Halstead, Essex, for improvements in apparatus for use for cooking or other purposes.

February 9, 1884

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GB 3.044                                    T.  Fletcher

of Warrington, Lancashire, for improvements in washing machines.

February 9, 1884

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GB 3.046                                    T.  Fletcher

of Warrington, Lancashire, for improvements in gas-heated ovens.

February 9, 1884

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GB 3.061                                   E. C.  Christian

of Dublin, for an improved method of securing stair rods.

February 11, 1884

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GB 3.108                               J. A. & J. Hopkinson

of Huddersfield, for improvements in hot-water apparatus for domestic and similar purposes.

February 11, 1884

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GB 3.138                                   T. H.  Landon

of Queen Victoria-street, London, for improvements in filters.

February 12, 1884

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GB 3.181                                      F. A.  Hall

of Birmingham, for an improved gas-stove burner.

February 13, 1884

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GB 3.183                                     J.  Morris

of River's-hill, Ashton-upon-Mersey, Cheshire, for a divisional coffee pot.

February 13, 1884

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GB 3.198                                     J.  Morgan

of Bristol, for an improved ribbed knife board.

February 13, 1884

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GB 3.200                                    J.  Morgan

of Bristol, for an improved cleaning and finishing fork cleaner.

February 13, 1884

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GB 3.216                                 W. H.  Percival

Motor for Sewing Machine

of Westbourne-villas, London, for an automatic governor for regulating the speed of motors of sewing machines and other machines.

February 13, 1884

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GB 3.237                        W. Singer & F. H. Hinterleitner

both of Berlin, for improvements in folding carriages for children.

February 13, 1884

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GB 3.266                          J. Watson & G. Whalley

both of Keighley, Yorkshire, for improvements in the method of preserving washing machine rollers.

February 14, 1884

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GB 3.281                                      T. Thorp

of Whitefield, Lancashire, for an improved governor for regulating the flow of gas to burners.

February 14, 1885

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GB 3.311                                 G.  Rittinghans

a communication from W. Henschen and Co., of Geislingen, Germany, for improvements in apparatus for preparing or making tea or tea infusions.

February 14, 1884

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MARCH 1884

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GB 5.316                                    J.  Barrett

Sewing Machine

for an improved tucker sewing machine.

March 22, 1884

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APRIL 1884

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GB 6.257                               J. B. Robertson

Hemmer

for an improved method of effecting hemstitch by a sewing machine and apparatus for that purpose.

April 9, 1884

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MAY 1884

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GB 8.294                                        A. Harvey

for improved means for contracting perambulators and wheel chairs when not in use.

May 27, 1884

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JULY 1884

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GB 9.985                               W. T. Thompson

Sewing Machine

a communication from the Morley Sewing Machine Company, of Boston, Massachusetts, United States, for improvements in sewing machines and in button feeding devices adapted to be used therewith.

July 10, 1884

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GB 10.181                              H.  E.  Newton

Over-Stitch Sewing Machine

a communication from O. K. Van Vechten, of New York, United States, for improvements in o.er stitch sewing machines.

July 15, 1884

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GB 10.192                                W.  K.  Lake

Button-Hole

a communication from J. H. Palmer, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, for improvements in and relating to button hole attachments for sewing machines.

July 15, 1884

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GB 10.469                                    F. Orme

for improvements in rotary washing machines.

July 23, 1884

 

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GB 10.694                             F. W.  Cheetham

Brake for Sewing Machine

for an improved automatic brake for sewing machines.

July 29, 1884

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AUGUST 1884

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GB 10.926                             W. P. Thompson

Sewing Machine

a communication from C. Miehling and C. Mickling of New York, United States, for improvements in bobbin, winding and tension attachments for sewing machines.

August 5, 1884

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GB 10.928                                  H. J.  Allison

Driving Mechanism for Sewing Machine

a communication from C. Nicholson, of Washington, Columbia, United States, for combined hand and foot driving mechanism for sewing machines and other light machinery.

August 5, 1884

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GB 11.166                                     P. Blee

for improvements in perambulator carriages.

August 12, 1884

 

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GB 11.199                                  H. H.  Lake

Button-Hole

a communication from N. Wheeler, of the United States, for improvements in mechanism for sewing button holes.

August 12, 1884

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SEPTEMBER 1884

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GB 12.183                                H. J.  Allison

Sewing Machine

a communication from the Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Company, for improvements in sewing machines.

September 9, 1884

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GB 12.716                                    D.  Mills

Button-Hole

for improvements in button-hole mechanism for sewing machines.

September 23, 1884

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OCTOBER 1884

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GB 13.586                              W.  H.  Gilbert

Attachment for Sewing Machine

of London, for improvement in button-hole attachment for sewing machine.

October 14, 1884

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GB 13.627                                   T.  Slater

Needles

of London, for holding the needles of sewing machines while fixing or a removal of the same and for aiding the threading of the needles.

October 15, 1884

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GB 13.747                             J.  K.  Macdonald

Stand & Treadle

a communication from the Singer Manufacturing Company, United States, for an improved construction of sewing machine stand and treadle.

October 17, 1884

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GB 13.873                       W. David  &  J. Woodley

Sewing Machine

both ot Cardiff, for improvements to sewing machine.

October 20, 1884

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GB 13.910                            W.  P.  Thompson

Sewing Machine

a communication from Adin Mayo Barber, of United States, for improvements in lock- stitch sewing machine.

This patent relates to sewing machines, operated directly by hand and its main object is to produce a simple, convenient and efficient lock-stitch hand sewing machine of such construction that the stitch forming and feeding mechanisms will be automatically operated from the movements of the handles by which it is held. The Claim:

1. The combination with two hand levers, of a needle carried by one of the said levers, a shuttle race and a shuttle lever carried by the other of the said levers and mechanism, connected with the said levers, for operating said shuttle lever, substantially as described.

2. The combination with two hand levers, of a needle carried by one of the said levers, a feeding device supported upon the other of the said levers and mechanism for imparting a four motion movement to said feeding device to advance the work when the needle is out of the same, substantially as described.

3. The combination with two hand levers, of a needle and a take-up carried by one of the said levers, a shuttle race and a shuttle lever carried by the other of the said levers, and mechanism connected with them for operating said take-up and shuttle lever, substantially as described.  

October 21, 1884

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GB 14.059                               C.  F.  Gardner

Boots & Shoes

a communication from C. Goodyear, of United States, for improvements in sewing machines, chiefly designed for the manufacture of boots and shoes.

October 23, 1884

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GB 14.391           J. Morton, W. U. Morton & J. Strathearn

Shuttle

of Glasgow, for improvements in races for oscillating shuttles of sewing machines.

October 31, 1884

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NOVEMBER 1884

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GB 14.746                   J. W. Ramsden & H. S. Ellis

Sewing Machine

of London, for improvements in sewing machines.

November 8, 1884

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GB 14.836                                G.  Browning

Button-Hole

of Glasgow, for improvements in button-hole stitch sewing machines.

November 11, 1884

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GB 14.841                                G.  Browning

Button-Hole

of Glasgow, for improvements in button-hole stitch sewing machines.

November 11, 1884

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GB 15.179                                E.  Capitaine

Sewing Machine

a communication from j. Gutmann, of Berlin, for improvements in sewing machines.

November 18, 1884

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GB 15.259                                  A.  Marr

Sewing Machine

for improvements in the method of and apparatus for driving sewing and similar machines by foot power.

November 20, 1884

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GB 15.596                             J. B.  Robertson

Sewing Machine

for a method of forming by sewing machines the stitch known as " revering " and adaption of apparatus for that purpose.

November 26, 1884

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GB 15.640                                 W.  Beecroft

Sewing Machine

for improvements in sewing machines.

November 27, 1884

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GB 15.743                              W. R.  Holyoake

Sewing Machine

a communication from T. K. Austin, of the United States, for an improved spring motor for driving sewing machines and machinery of all kinds.

November 29, 1884

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DECEMBER 1884

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GB 15.830                                H. J.  Allison

Folding Attachments

a communication from W. R. Somers, of the United States, for improvements in folding attachments for sewing machines.

December 2, 1884

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GB 15.839                                G. Browning

Sewing Machine

for improvements in sewing machines.

December 2, 1884

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GB 16.070                                  A.  Barlow

Needles

for an improved needle applicable to sewing machines and other purposes.

December 6, 1884

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GB 16.156                              J.  Farran

Driving Gear for Sewing Machine

a communication from L. C. Perkins, of the United States, for an improved driving gear for sewing machines.

December 9, 1884

 

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GB 16.345                                  J. M. Smith

for improvements in and relating to exercising apparatus analagous to bicycle or velocipede riding and for recording the equivalent to the mileage or distance performed.

December 12, 1884

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GB 16.347                                  D.  Jones

Sewing Machine

for improvements in lock-stitch sewing machines.

December 12, 1884

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GB 16.388                                  W.  Jones

Sewing Machine

for improvements in sewing machines.

December 13, 1884

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GB 16.392                                     A. Taylor

for improvements in the method of washing clothes, wool, &c..

December 13, 1884

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GB 16.400                                    R. Wallwork

for improvements in machines for cleaning knives.

December 13, 1884

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GB 16.413                                  G. P. L. Chaffort

for an automatic apparatus for lighting and extinguishing gas burners.

December 13, 1884

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GB 16.449                                        T. Kenyon

for improvements in oil cans.

December 15, 1884

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GB 16.461                                 D.  Jones

Sewing Machine

for improvements in lock-stitch sewing machines.

December 15, 1884

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GB 16.473                                    L. A. Grath

a communication from A. Zander for a new or improved combined carving knife and fork.

December 15, 1884

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GB 16.482                                H. H.  Lake

Driving Mechanism for Sewing Machine

a communication from F. Shorneyer, for improvements in and relating to means for driving sewing or other machines.

December 15, 1884

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GB 16.501                       J. J.  Rugg & A. W. Turner

for improvements in spring sugar tongs.

December 16, 1884

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GB 16.512                     J. Millard & T. W. Arthur

for supplying any number of oil lamps with oil by means of tubing from main reservoir or reservoirs.

December 16, 1884

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GB 16.544                            F. M. B.  Bertram

for an improved construction of toasting fork.

December 16, 1884

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GB 16.571                                  C. Phillips

oil cans, oil tenders, oil reservoirs and lubricators of every description.

December 17, 1884

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GB 16.584                                W. R.  Lake,

a communication from F. G. Gale, for an improved apparatus for cutting or slicing bread, meat, or other substances.

December 17, 1884

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GB 16.695                     H. S. G. Vaules & R. H. Lowe

for improvements in washing machines.

December 19, 1884

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GB 16.726                                  L. L. Hollier

for improvements in perambulators.

December 20, 1884

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GB 16.808                              A. W. L.  Reddie

Sewing Machine

a communication from F. L. Palmer, for improvements in machines for sewing and quilting fabrics by means of pattern mechanism.

December 22, 1884

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GB 16.859 ??? (14.859)                 J. Hunt

for improvements in washing machines.

November 1, 1884 ???

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GB 16.878                          B. Hindle & J. S. Harvey

for improvements in the construction and arrangement of driving gear and in guards for the same, applicable to wringing, mangling and washing machines.

December 24, 1884

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GB 16.981                             F. L. E.  Coulvier

Treadle for Sewing Machine

for certain improvements in treadles for sewing machines.

December 29, 1884

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GB 16.982                                 L. P.  Othon

for a new or improved instrument for cutting the top off boiled eggs.

December 29, 1884

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GB 17.016                                     E. Birch

for improvements in machines in cutting and chipping potatoes and other vegetables and in the knives employed therein.

December 30, 1884

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GB 17.093                                 N. Salamon

for an improved manufacture of wheels, chiefly applicable to velocipedes.

December 31, 1884

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  Year Applications Granted  
        1884                       17.110                 9.984  

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