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Jonas Maguire,
Levi Kidder,
Levi Kidder,
J. B. Allen,
John Whiteman,
James W. Noble,
Samuel Whiteron,
Isaac Orr,
L. B. Olmstead,
Charles Buckland,
Eleazer Brown,
Samuel Newton,
Philander Noble,
J. P. Chandler, and P. Ranger,
Ebenezer Hale,
Warren Carpenter,
Benjamin Egbert,
Ezra Ripley,
0. H. Capron and G. Barton, jr.
J. F. Barret,
Stephen H. Long,
Adna Allen,
Thomas Neill,
John White,
John Hopkinson,

16. Bedsteads,
17. Hydraulic cement,
18. Wells, &c., covers of,
19. Packing tobacco,
20. Ropes, &c., making,
21. Trunks, valises, &c.
22. Plough,
23. Stove, air tight,
24. Baker, reflecting,
25. Grooves in corseť rings, &c.
26. Thrashing machine,
27. Horse power,
28. Propelling boats,
29. Plough,
30. Saddles and collars,
31. Hulling corn,
32. Force pump,
33. Stove.pipes,
34. Sulkey seat,
35. Packing flour,
36. Wooden bridges,
37. Hoes,
38. Trap for rats, &c.
39. Hydraulic cement,
40. Horse collar,

John W. Hatcher,
I. R. Cochran,
William Fanning,
Daniel Williams,
James W. Garnett,
Isaac A. Hedges,
Samuel Pollard,
George W. Black,
Isaac s. Wright,
E. Briggs and G. W. Carpenter,
Andrew R. M‘Bride,
Joseph W. Webb,
Samuel Richardson,
A. M. M'Lean,
Dudley Marvin,
Hezekiah Roberts,
Daniel Williams,
W. and J. McCreight,
W. and J. McCreight,
H. R. Campbell,
J. W. Hubbard,
Lewis H. Maus,
Lewis H. Maus.
B, K. Barber,
S. R. Terrell,
P. and E. W. Blake,
Isaiah Pape,
Josiah Stowell,
William Gerrish,
Samuel Morrison,
William L. Elgar,
Melzer Twells,
Henry G. Neale,
C. D. Skinner and D. Read,
Lyman Whittier,
Joseph Evered,

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February, 1836.
1. Peeling apples,
2. Cooking stove,
3. Ropes and cordage,
4. Cooking stove,
5. Cultivator,
6. Shelling corn,
7. Oven,
8. Saw mill,
9. Straw cutter,
10. Mowing, thrashing, &c. machine,
11. Saddle tree,
12. Horse rake,
13. Smut and bulling machine,
14. Tobacco press,
15. Horse power,
16. Churn,
17. Bark, &c. for tanning,
18. Cotton gin,
19. Grist mill,
20. Locomotive engines,
21. Bee hive,
22. Patterns, &c. for casting,
23. Thrashing machine,
24. Saw mill saw,
25. Blood, equalizing the
26. Mortice locks,
27. Flour cooler,
28. Fermenting and distilling,
29. Crimping boot legs,
30. Gun locks,
31. Twain water wheel,
32, Planing machine,
33. Shelling corn,
34. Straw cutter,
35. Churn,
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37. Thrashing machine,
38. Grate and cooking stove,
39. Molasses faucet,
40. Spindle and flyer,
41. Slide valve,
42. Crane,
43. Piano forte,
44. Boats,
45. Churn,
46. Horse power,
47. Feathers, cleaning, &c.
48. Door fastenings for cars,
49. Feathers, dressing,
50. Washing Machine,
51. Drying cotton, &c.
52. Blow-pipe for furnaces,
53. Sliding grate,
54. Shelling corn,
55. Screws, making,
56. Fanning machine,
57. Sausage meat cutting,
58. Hydraulic dock,
59, Belt saw,
0. Cannon for chain shot,
61. Hulling clover seed,
62. Bolt for mail bags, &c.
63. Mortice latch,
64. Spark catcher,
65. Puppet valves, raising, &c.
66. Tire for wheels,
67. Rice starch,
68. Rotary steam engine,
69. Truss for hernia,
70. Paper making machine,
71. Glasses for spectacles,
72. Sawing staves, &c.
73. Salt, supplying,
74. Pumps, suction, &c.
75. Flyers for spinning,
76. Saw mill, cross cutting,
77. Curing sores,
78. Time pieces,
79. Still,
80. Thrashing machine,
81. Winnowing machine,
82. Injecting syringe,
83. Truss for hernia,
84. Lathe for gun stocks, &c.
85. Sawing, &c. by lever power,
86. Cooking stove,
87. Pump, vibrating,
88. Spark catcher,
89, Smut machine,
90. Saw mill,
91. Bee hives,
92. Pressing water from clothes,
93. Cotton gins,
94. Floom gate,
95. True meridian, finding, &c.
96. Saw mill dogs,
97. Saw mill dogs,
98, Fire arms,

Thomas Beede,
John J. Giraud,
Charles W. Perkham,
Willard T. Eddy,
A. McCausland, jr.
Elias Marsh,
John Pethick,
Edward P. Fitzpatrick,
John E. Thomas,
Joseph Austin,
Daniel K. Hall,
John K. Smith,
Samuel Keplinger,
Luther Davison,
Joha Philbrick,
John Barker,
John C. Howard.
Ira Smith,
William Keone,
D. Flanders and C. Rathburn,
Ambrose Henkel,
Zebedee King,
William Carey,
Edward Gordon,
J. B. and W. F. Poague,
Ira Atkins,
William Coover,
Abraham McDonough,
W. Duff and T. Murphy,
James H. Rogers,
W. and T. Leveredge,
Aaron Clark,
William Adair,
Charles Forbes,
Isaac Schnaitman,
A. Bard and S. Heywood,
Peter Cooper, *
Thomas C. Barton,
Samuel Ladd,
Rufus Ricker,
Reuben Rood,
William Pardee,
John Wright,
James Cooper,
Dav d Wilson,
Joseph Ralph,
Francis H. Newman,
Abner Town,
Jeremiah Walker,
B. and A. Titus,
Sampson Davis,
Francis Milo,
Abraham Mudge,
David Wortbington,
Ebenezer Beard,
Caleb Angevine,
Henry Clark,
Harvey Frink,
William A. Burt,
Martin Rich,
Phineas Bennett,
Samuel Colt,

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99, Boot tree,

Matthew Matthews,
100. Stove or fire-place,

0. Kindrick and W. Elwell,
March, 1836.
1. Rolling dough and cutting crackers, Wm. R. Nivins,
2. Power printing press,

Isaac Adams,
3. Fire place and stove,

Foster Stevens,
4. Heat, management of

Lovell Lewis,
5. Washing machine,

John 0. Geer,
6. Fire proof safe,

Daniel Harrington,
7. Cask and barrel headings,

Hiram Andrews,
8. Mill stone picks,

Samuel Etheridge,
9. Boring wood,

John B. Pell,
10. Piano forte,

Isaiah Clark,
11. Brick Press,

Pbineas Ball,
12. Furnace and boiler combined, Alexander Harrison,
13. Saw mills,

Jesse Reed,
14. Carriage and car axle,

Spencer Coleman,
15. Dough machine

D. D. and T. Shackford,
16. Rotary stove caps,

Maynard French,
17. Feather renovator,

J. W. Post and R. Collier,
18. Churn,

Amos Hanson,
19. Printing press,

John L. Kingsley,
20. Gauges, making,

M. M. Brainard,
21. Pitch, composition,

Thomas H. Sherman,
22. Gypsum, applied to cisterns, &c. J. Flint and C. Mills;
23. Lever key and lock,

August Prutzman,
24. Rail road cars,

F. Davis and W. Ashdown,
25. Water wheel,

Fred. Wingate,
26. Plough,

W. P. Cannon,
27. Rudder,

Samuel Kepner,
28. Boots, turning,

Pelatiah Stevens, jr.
29. Printing press,

Hezekiah Camp,
30. Smoke, consuming,

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Nathan Lockling,
31. Cotton gin grates,

Edwin Keith,
32. Plough,

D. Prouty and J. Mears,
33. Propelling wheel,

Aretus A. Wilder,
34. Pump, double torce,

Levi Newton,
35. Splint for fractures,

Enoch Thomas,
36. Smut machine,

M. P. Spafford,
37. Pot and pearl ash,

Elijah Williams,
38. Mould candles,

Jefferson Dunlap,
39. Brick machine,

John Moffat,
40. Applying heat from lime, &c. Peter Wenn,
41. Steam generator,

Job Carr,
42. Washing machine,

Albion P. Arnold,
43. Forcing pump,

William W. Lesuer,
44. Water wheel,

Abraham Straub,
45. Bed bug destroyer,

Brittain Garrard,
46, Fire places,

Elijah Skinner,
47. Cooking stove,

John Liddle,
48. Door locks,

Abel Conant,
49. Fire place,

William Burgess,
50. Cap wire,

Melville Kelsey,
51. Piano fortes,

Henry Hartge,
52. Capstan,

Andrew Morse, jr.
53. Cotton press,

J. C. Mitchell,
54. Tooth extractor,

Moses P. Hanson,
55. Paper, drying,

Henry P. Howe,
56. Blacksmith's forge,

Charles Richardson,
57. Steam generator,

John Ames,
58. Butt hinges, &c.

Welcome Whitaker,
59, Detaching horses,

Phillip T. Share,

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Ransom Warner,
T. Clow and J. C. Sandford,
Charles Vale,
Henry Locher,
Horner Holland,
John Pursell,
Adam Montgomery,
Richard K. Crallé,
Joseph C. Gentry,
George Page,
Elam Wilbur,
John McClory,
Henry Ruggles,
Wm. P.. Prescott,
Eliphalet Nott,
Henry Withers,
Samuel Van Tiers,
Stephen Underwood,
Laban Emery,
John L. Granger,
Christian Shaeffer,
Orin Wilson,
Wm. M. Carmichael,
Reuben H. Thompson,
Samuel Clark,
Summer King,
Patrick Mackie,
E. Y. Watson,
John W. Cochran,
John W. Cochran,
Erastus M. Slaw,
William Fowler,
James Hyde,
Hugh and Israel W. Edgar,
David Ulam,
Andrew Turney,
Sturgess M. Judd,
John F. Rogers,
Francis C. Lewis,
John Ilarman, jr.
William Dukeheart,
Carey S. Mercer,
John Wethered,
Michael Beam,
John C. Fletcher,
W. W. and S. H. Jimeson,
S. C. Batchelor and N. S. Thomas,
W. Sykes and G. M. Conradt,
John B. H. Swansey,
A. R. Chamberlain and A. Cleflin,
Job Wilbur,
Elisha K. Root,
Nathan Chapin,
Harvey W. Pitts,
Albert W. Gray,
Newell Hungerford,
David M. Smith,
Jonathan Hill,
C. D. Van Allen,
J. J. Giraud,
Thomas Nicholson,
Benj. F. Boyden,
Jonathan Beane,
Samuel Hunt,

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60, Braces, gum elastic,
61. Making extracts,
62. Cooking stoves,
63. Tanning,
64. White lead, making,
65. Hemp breaking machine,
66. Serving ropes,
67. Salt, making,
69. Metallic mill,
69. Morticing machine,
70. Feathers, dressing,
71. Door lock,
72. Pitch making,
73. Fire places,
74. Steam generator,
75. Pen and pencil case,
76. Forge anvil block,
77. Boats, passing over dams.
78. Tanning,
79. Milk, preserving,
80, Cider mill,
81. Cooking stove,
82. Stove,
8.3. Shoe pegs,
84. Cot bedsteads,
85. Cask machine,
86. Dissolving caoutchouc,
87, Washing machine,
88. Cannon vent,
89. Cannon,
90. Mortising machine,
91. Cotton roping,
92. Straw cutter,
93. Thrashing machine,
94. Rotary steam engine,
95. Boring stones,
96. Bee hives,
97. Forcing pumps,
98. Power loom,
99. Mill,
100. Harness, rivetting,
101. Water wheel,
102. Wool spinning,
103. Cotton Planter,
104. Lamp reflecting,
105. Hat block,
106. Joints in wood work,
107. Wool spinner,
108. Stove,
109. Hay, &c. press,
110. Wind mill,
111. Axes, manufacturing,
112. Forcing pump,
113. Cotton plough, &c.
114. Corn sheller,
115. Springs for carriages, &c.
116. Awl baft,
117. Soles, cutting,
118. Reflecting ovens,
119, Self motive power,
120. Churn,
121. Hoe, cast iron,
122. Winnowing machine,
123. Conveying water,

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99. Boot tree,

Matthew Matthews,
100. Stove or fire-place,

0. Kindrick and W. Elwell,
March, 1836.
1. Rolling dough and cutting crackers, Wm. R. Nivins,
2. Power printing press,

Isaac Adams,
3. Fire place and stove,

Foster Stevens,
4. Heat, management of

Lovell Lewis,
5. Washing machine,

John 0. Geer,
6. Fire proof safe,

Daniel Harrington,
7. Cask and barrel beadings,

Hiram Andrews,
8. Mill stone picks,

Samuel Etheridge,
9. Boring wood,

John B. Pell,
10. Piano forte,

Isaiah Clark,
11. Brick Press,

Phineas Ball,
12. Furnace and boiler combined, Alexander Harrison,
13. Saw mills,

Jesse Reed,
14. Carriage and car axle,

Spencer Coleman,
15. Dough machine

D. D. and T. Shackford,
16. Rotary stove caps,

Maynard French,
17. Feather renovator,

J. W. Post and R. Collier,
18. Churn,

Amos Hanson,
19. Printing press,

John L. Kingsley,
20. Gauges, making,

M, M. Brainard,
21. Pitch, composition,

Thomas A. Sherman,
22. Gypsum, applied to cisterns, &c. J. Flint and C. Mills;
23. Lever key and lock,

August Prutzman,
24. Rail road cars,

F. Davis and W. Ashdown,
25. Water wheel,

Fred. Wingate,
26. Plough,

W. P. Cannon,
27. Rudder,

Samuel Kepner,
28. Boots, turning,

Pelatiah, Stevens, jr.
29. Printing press,

Hezekiah Camp,
30. Smoke, consuming,

Nathan Lockling,
31. Cotton gin grates,

Edwin Keith,
32. Plough,

D. Prouty and J. Mears,
33. Propelling wheel,

Aretus A. Wilder,
34. Pump, double force,

Levi Newton,
35. Splint for fractures,

Enoch Thomas,
36. Smut machine,

M. P. Spafford,
37. Pot and pearl ash,

Elijah Williams,
38. Mould candles,

Jefferson Dunlap,
39. Brick machine,

John Moffat,
40. Applying heat from lime, &c.

Peter Wenn,
41. Steam generator,

Job Carr,
42. Washing machine,

Albion P. Arnold,
43. Forcing pump,

William W. Lesuer,
44. Water wheel,

Abraham Straub,
45. Bed bug destroyer,

Brittain Garrard,
46, Fire places,

Elijah Skinner,
47. Cooking stove,

John Liddle,
48. Door locks,

Abel Conant,
49. Fire place,

William Burgess,
50. Cap wire,

Melville Kelsey,
51. Piano fortes,

Henry Hartge,
52 Capstan,

Andrew Morse, jr.
53. Cotton press,

J. C. Mitchell,
54. Tooth extractor,

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Henry P. Howe,
56. Blacksmith's forge,

Charles Richardson,
57. Steam generator,

John Ames,
58. Butt hinges, &c.

Welcome Whitaker,
59, Detaching horses,

Phillip T. Share,

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