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					                     THE LONDON GAZETTE, APRIL 3, 1863,                                               1877
 683. To John Taylor, of Burnley, in.the county              communication to him -from abroad by Antoine
    of Lancaster, Cotton Spinner, for the invention          Auvray, of Olivet, Loiret, France.
    of " improvements in fire bars and bearers."         714. To William Henry Emett, of No. 8, St.
 685. To William Hermann Stiibbe, of the city                George's-terrace, South Kensington, in the county
    and* State of New York, United States of Ame-            of Middlesex, Lithographer, for the invention of
    rica, for, the invention of '.'.improvements in          " improvements in processes for facilitating and
. governors for marine and other engines."                   combining the art of writing with engraving
 687. And to John Henry Johnson, of 47, Lin-                 together on stone applicable to maps, plans,
    coln's-inn-fields, in the. county of Middlesex,          specifications', and other lithography, which im-
     Gentleman, for .the invention of "improvements          provements are also available for re-transfers to
    in fastenings suitable for portions of harness           zinc or stone, or printing from original."
   . and other purposes."—A communication to him         717. And to Georges de Laire, of the Imperial
    from abroad:by Victor Gueldry, of Paris, in              Mint, Paris, in the empire of France, Chemist,.
    the Empire of France.                                 i for the invention of "improvements in the"
 On their several petitions, recorded in the Office          manufacture of brown coloring matters."—The
 of the Commissioners on the 13th day of March,           I result partly of a' communication to him from
 1863.                                                       abroad by the inventor, Charles Girard, of Lyons,
 689. To William Edward Gedge, of the firm of                France, Chemist,- and partly of invention and
    John Gedge and Son, of No. 11, Wellington-               discovery made by himself.
    street, Strand, in the county of Middlesex,          On their several'petitions recorded, in the office of
    Patent Agent, for the invention of "an im-           the Commissioners on the 17th day of-March,
    proved plough."—A communication to him               1863.
    from abroad by Jean Germain Felix Clama-             719. To William Symington, of Market Har-
    geran, of La Lambertre, Gironde, France.                 borough, in the county of Leicester, for the
 691. To William West,, of Tredenham House,                  invention of " improvements in the process of,
     St. Blazey, in the county of Cornwall, Civil            and apparatus used in roasting and treating
    Engineer, for the invention of " improvements            coffee and other organic substances."
     in valves."                                         720. To William Charles Wild and James Henry
 693. To John Walker McCarter, of the Foyle-                 Randel, both of Birmingham, in the county of
    street Saw Mills, Londonderry, in the county of          Warwick, Dealers in Precious Stones, for the
    Londonderry, Ireland, for the invention of " im-         invention of " a new and improved mode of
    provements in machinery for sawing or cutting            inlaying gold and other metals in glass, and, in
    wood."        •                   :                      a composition suitable for the manufacture of
 699. And to James Walwprth, of Bradford, in               ; jewellery and "other ornaments, buttons, and
    the county of York, Corn Mill Machine Maker,           ' other similar articles."
 • for the invention of " improvements in machi-         Til. To William Donbavand, of the city of
    nery or apparatus for washing or cleansing and           Manchester, in the. county of Lancaster, Scale
    drying Egyptian wheat, beans, and other kinds            Beam and Weighing Machine Manufacturer,
     of grain or seeds."                                     and David C rich ton, of the same place, Ma-
  On their several petitions recorded in the Office of       chinist, for the invention of " improvements in
 the Commissioners on the 14th day of March,                 looms for weaving."
  1863.                                                  722. To John Roberts, of the city of Manchester,
 701. To Edward Oliver, Engineer, and George                 in the county of Lancaster, Organ Builder, and
    Myers, Draughtsman, both of Rotherham, in                Robert Nay lor, of the same place, Gentleman,
    the county of York, for the invention of " im-           for the invention of " improvements in organs,
    provements in apparatus for lowering and dis-            harmoniums, and piano fortes."
     engaging boats from vessels."                       723. To Richard Archibald Brooman, of 166,
 702. To Felix Hoyos, of Paris, Rue de Chaillot,             Fleet-street, in the city of London, Patent
    No. 42, in the French Empire, Manufacturer,              Agent, for the invention of "improvements in
    for the invention of " an improved stove or fire         the manufacture of spoons and forks."—A com-
    grate, for heating, cooking, boiling, or other           munication to him from abroad by Wilhelrh
    similar purposes."                                       Conraetz and Fritz Dittler, of" Vienna, Austria.
  703. To Thomas William Willett, of 31, Charing         725. To William Edward Taylor, of Enfield, near
     Cross, in the county of Middlesex, Captain, for"        Accrington, in the county of Lancaster, Cotton
     the invention of " improvements in means for            Spinner and Manufacturer^ for the invention of
     reefing and furling square sails of ships and           " certain improvements in machinery for reel-
     vessels from the decks thereof."                        ing, winding, warping, and beaming.yarn."
 705. To George Parsons Beley, of Liverpool, in          729. To Thomas Oldknow, of Ashforth's Factory,
     the county of Lancaster, Merchant, for the in-          in the town and county of Nottingham, General
     \ention of " improvements in discharging pro-           Mechanist, for the invention of " improvements
    jectiles below the water line of navigable ves-          in the construction of jacquards employed in
     sels and other .structures."                            bobbin net, or twist lace machines."
 709. And. to William Glen Eavestaff, of Great           732. To Auguste Morel, of Rue du Marche,
     Russell-street, in the county of Middlesex,             Brussels, in the kingdom of Belgium, Engineer,
    Pianoforte Manufacturer, for the invention of            for the invention of " improvements in appara-
     "improvements in the construction of piano-             tus for generating carbonic acid."
    fortes."                                             733. And to John Davis Welch, and Alfred Phip^
 On their several petitions, recorded in the Office          pen Welch, both of Gutter-lane, in the city of
 of the Commissioners on the 16th day of March,              London, and of Luton, in the county of Bed-
 1863.                                                       ford, Straw Hat Manufacturers, for the inven-
 713. To William Edward Gedge, of the firm of                tion of " improvements in bleaching and in
    John Gedge and Son, of No. 11, Wellington-               reducing and brightening the colour or tone
    street, Strand, in the county of Middlesex,              of dyed straw plaits and straw."
    Patent Agent, for the invention of "impi-ove-        On their several petitions, recorded in the Office
    ments in the modes or means for framing pic-         of the Commissioners on the 18th day of March,
    tures, looking glasses, and other objects."-*A       1863.

				
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