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No. 425.-Design for a Hat Stand.
What I claim as my invention is the design and configuration of a hat stand, representing a Triton, or similar figure, holding up the branches of a plant, in the manner aforesaid, with the basin lying in a bed of leaves or flowers, all arranged substantially as above described and set forth.
No. 426-Design for a Parlor Stove.
What we claim, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the design and configuration of a parlor stove substantially the same as herein described and represented in the annexed drawing.
No. 427.-Design for Stove Registers.
What we claim as our invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the ornamental design for a register as herein described and represented in the annexed drawings.
No. 428.-Design for Stoves.
What I claim, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the ornamental design and configuration of cook stove substantially the same as described and represented in the annexed drawing.
J. D. GREEN.
No. 429.-Design for Stoves.
The said design consists of the ornamental semi-star and rays and mouldings of the end or side of the top plate, (as seen in the drawings,) the circular ornament, A, and four or more surrounding ornaments, B, C, D, E, together with the mouldings of the top and bottom plate, all essentially as represented in either of the side or end views, and their sections, and such ornamental design, substantially as exhibited in the above-mentioned drawings, I claim as my invention or production; and I also claim the ornamental design or configuration of the water urn, as shown in figures 1, 2, and 3.
No. 430.-Design for Frames for Presses, Mantel Pieces, &c.
What I claim as new, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the design of the frame for presses, mantel-pieces, &c., above described. EDMUND L. FREEMAN.
DISCLAIMERS ENTERED DURING THE YEAR 1851.
Your petitioner, therefore, hereby enters his disclaimer to that part of the claim in the said last-named specification which is in the following words, to wit:
"What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is cutting, by means of reciprocating cutters, on an apron having an intermittent motion, substantially as described, by combining and connecting together, in the manner substantially as herein described, the reciprocating motion of the cutters with the intermitting progressive motion of the apron that carries the dough to and under the cutters, to be delivered as described, whereby the apron moves the dough forward the required distance while the cutters are up, and remains at rest while they are cutting and leaving the dough."
Your petitioner further represents, that at the expiration of the said letters patent he was the owner of all the rights thereunder for making the machines therein described throughout the United States, but that he had sold several of such machines, together with the right to use the same, to different persons in various parts of the United States; and this disclaimer is to operate to the extent of the interest in said letters patent vested in your petitioner at the time of the expiration thereof, your petitioner having paid $10 into the treasury of the United States, agreeably to the requirements of the acts of Congress in that case made and provided.
WILLIAM R. NEVINS.
Heddles-Wire Machinery for making.
The subscriber further represents that he is the sole and exclusive owner of the said letters patent, and of the right, interest, and property therein and thereby secured; and although he did not intend, in or by the specifications and drawings upon and in reference to which said letters patent were issued, (and of which copies are annexed to and form a part of said letters patent,) to represent or claim that he was the original or first inventor of the wheel, collar, or flange, with a sliding tooth and pulley, and treadle, or other device hereinafter particularly mentioned, or of any part thereof; and he insists that said specifications and drawings do not, when rightly understood, represent or claim that he was such inventor; and he also insists that said letters patent do not, when rightly understood, assume to confer on him any right as the supposed, assumed, or alleged inventor thereof, or of any part thereof; yet, in order to guard against any mistake or misconstruction in these respects, the subscriber
(1.) That he did not mean to assert, claim, or represent, in and by said specifications or drawings, that he was the original or first inventor of the wheel mentioned as wheel fig. 8, in said specifications and drawings. (2.) Nor did he mean to assert, claim, or represent, in and by said specifications or drawings, that he was the inventor of the collar or flange,
with a sliding tooth, which are partially represented on the drawing, fig. 1, near letter Q, and also partially represented on the drawing, fig. 2, at that end of the cylinder where the receiving and discharging hook rod shows the hook, and near letter B.
(3.) Nor did he mean to assert, claim, or represent, in and by said specifications or drawings, that he was the inventor of the cord, pulley, or treadle partially represented on the drawing, figure 1, which cord, as there shown, extends from said pulley, near letter C, to said treadle.
(4.) Nor did he design, or intend by said specifications or drawings to claim, assert, or represent, that his invention would make a heddle, with a slack twist, in the half or part thereof which is towards the end where the wire is doubled.
And the subscriber says, that if said specifications and drawings import or mean that any or either of the aforesaid things was, or were, in. vented by him, or that his invention, as claimed by him, would make a heddle with any such slack twist, as aforesaid, the same was, and were, by and through inadvertence, accident, and mistake, not being so designed or intended by him; and he hereby fully disclaims the several matters and things aforesaid, numbered above, (1,) (2,) (3,) (4,) each and every part thereof, under and pursuant to the seventh section of the act of Congress entitled "An act in addition to the act to promote the progress of science and useful arts," approved March 3, 1837, and under and pursuant to the law in such cases made and provided; insisting, however, as he does, that the same are not, nor is any part thereof, claimed in and by said specifications and drawings, or either of them, or embraced in said letters patent; this disclaimer being made for greater caution, and to guard against misconstruction and mistakes in regard to such matters. A. J. WILLIAMS.
Hide-handling Cylinders-Beaters in.
Your petitioner, therefore, hereby enters his disclaimer to that part of the claim in the aforenamed specification which is in the following words, to wit: "Second. The rollers or slats, in combination with the chamber;" which disclaimer is to operate to the extent of the interest in said letters patent vested in your petitioner, he having paid ten dollars into the treasury of the United States, agreeably to the act of Congress in that case made and provided.
JAMES R. INNIS.
Improvement in the Machine for moulding and pressing Bricks.
I claim as my invention the combination of the parts of said machine in the manner above described, or in any other manner substantially the same, for the purposes aforesaid, but no one part separately or independently of this combination.
Improvement in the mode of supporting the Bodies of Railroad Cars and Carriages.
What I claim as my invention is the application of the vibrating cylinder plates, as set forth in the specification, whereby to support all kinds of eight-wheeled railroad carriage bodies upon springs, or in any other form or size whereby the same principle is used to obtain the same object.
Improvement in the Horse Rake.
What I claim as my improvement in the above-described machine, not before used or known before my application, is the iron, steel, or other elastic rods or teeth, as above specified.
Improvement in the Loom for Weaving Knotted Counterpanes and other Fabrics in which the woof is raised from the surface.
Separately and singly, I claim as my inventions and improvements as follows:
First. Raising the knots which compose the figure from the surface of the cloth by a series of movable dents, or teeth, or hooks.
Second. Supporting the woof during the operation of the movable dents, or teeth, or hooks, and thereby regulating the length of the knots, by a bar, beam, or race piece, as hereinabove described.
Third. Separating or dividing asunder the threads of the warp by means of bevelled pieces of metal on the sides of the movable dents, or hooks, or teeth, to prevent them from catching into and breaking the threads.
Fourth. A toothed cylinder, or cylinders, acting on the machinery intervening between them and the deuts, or teeth, or hooks, and operating the dents, or teeth, or hooks, successively, to raise the knots which compose the figure.
Fifth. The application of a prism and pattern card, to regulate the operation of the hooks, or teeth, or dents, to produce the variations in the pattern or figure.
ERASTUS B. BIGELOW.
Improvement in the Figure Power Loom.
What I claim as my invention, and wish to secure by letters patent, is the entire manner of constructing and combining the apparatus for working the jacks, as herein described, consisting essentially of the lifting and depressing rods; the rods with rollers, for throwing out the jacks, arranged upon a cylinder, or otherwise; the lifting rods and the upper shaft, with its connexion by gearing with the roller cylinder. I also claim the two notched wheels upon the upper shaft, as constructed, combined, and used for working the pick.
Improvement in the Rotary Press for pressing Woollen and Cotton Goods.
What I claim as my invention in the within-described apparatus for pressing cloth, is the using of a metallic box, so formed as that a pressing roller may be made to revolve within a concave extending along it, and into which box steam, or other heated material, may be admitted when required; the whole constructed for the pressing of the cloth, either hot or cold, substantially in the manner herein set forth.
Improvement in the Plough.
What I claim in reference to the share is the making it with plain surfaces instead of curved ones, in the manner described, continuing such surfaces to the shoulder on each side, so as to leave the metal throughout so thin, that when it wears off by use, the share will still present a thin edge to the ground I claim, also, the reversing cutter, received into a recess on the land side, and capable of having either of its edges presented forward, so as to form the cutting edge of the plough, and secured in its place on the land side by a wedge, or wedges, or in any other manner which may be preferred.
I likewise claim the mode of forming the renewable points, as herein specially set forth.
Improvement in the Machine for spinning Woollen Roving.
What I claim as my invention is this: the application of this endless belt, so as to twist the thread of the woollen roving on its passage from the back rollers to the front rollers, as before described.
EDGAR M. TITCOMB. Improvement in the Machine for Threshing and Cleaning Grain.
We claim as our invention the construction and use of an endless apron, divided into troughs or cells, in a machine for cleaning grain, operating substantially in the way described. We claim, also, the revolving rake for shaking out the straw, and the roller for throwing it off the machine, in combination with such a revolving apron as set forth. We claim the guard slots, E, in combination with a belt, constructed substantially as above described, and the combination of the additional sieve and shoe with the elevator, for carrying up the light grain, in the manner and for the purpose herein set forth.
JOHN A. PITTS,