3 edition of In the matter of the petition of George H. Corliss, for an extension of his letters patent found in the catalog.
|Contributions||United States. Congress.|
|LC Classifications||TJ469 .C67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48, 13 p.|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||79289206|
GORDON, LORD GEORGE (), third and youngest son of Cosmo George, duke of Gordon, was born in London on the 26th of December After completing his education at Eton, he entered the navy, where he rose to the rank of lieutenant in , but Lord Sandwich, then at the head of the admiralty, would not promise him the command of a ship, and he resigned his . surviving besides his immediate family is his mother, Mrs. George Krammer, of Union Street, town. The mother is critically ill and under the care of a physician since the death of the son. He was a member of the Junior Mechanics and the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. His funeral took place Wednesday afternoon. O. A. Bittle had charge.
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In the matter of the application of James Haines, administrator of the estate of Jonathan Haines, deceased, for the extension of letters patent of said Jonathan Haines. Contributor Names Haines, James, United States. Patent Office. In the matter of the petition of George H.
Corliss, for an extension of his letters patent, for improvements in steam engines. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available "Petition to the Hon. the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress Assembled." Also available in digital form.
Contributor: United States. Congress - Corliss. In the Matter of the Petition of George H. Corliss for an Extension of his Letters Patent, for Improvements in Steam Engines, Navy Department-Annual Report of the Bureau of Steam Engineering, Real Situation of Affairs in Relation to the Claim of George H.
Corliss Against the Navy Department, Thus Mr. Howe triumphed, not through force of his patent, but by the exigencies of trade. In the yearwhen the first term of Mr.
Howe’s patent was about to expire, he presented his petition to have it extended seven years further. He presented, as required by law, a sworn statement of his profits from the patent. The third sewing-machine patent on record in the United States Patent Office is patent 3, issued on Decemto George H.
Corliss, better remembered as the inventor and manufacturer of the Corliss steam engine. It was his interest in the sewing machine, however, that eventually directed his attention to the steam engine.
This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain.
A public domain book is one that was never subject. Corliss states in the Petition that his receipt s for royalties involved payments from 11 engine builders, “ se ven of whom, ha ving manufa ctories in Rhode Island, Pe nnsylvani a, Mass.
support Corliss’ petition for patent extension (see Appendix 2). According to Hunter, According to Hunter, about 1, Corliss engines withhorsepower (henceforth “HP”) were sold up to. Full text of "The Underwood families of America" See other formats.
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The third sewing-machine patent on record in the United States Patent Office is patent 3, issued on Decemto George H. Corliss, better. A VOLUNTARY petition in bankruptcy has been filed by Bernice B. Bates of Burlington, formerly of Richford a laborer.
His liabilities are given as $ and he has assets of $ all claimed exempt. AN ALARM OF FIRE about last Sunday morning was caused by the burning of Carroll Mitchell’s hen house on Elm Street.
All the fowls were burned. The machine was of very simple construction; any blacksmith or wheelwright, knowing the principle of the design, could make one. Even before Whitney could obtain his patent, cotton gins based on his were being manufactured and used.
Whitney received his patent in March,and entered on his new work with enthusiasm. The letters reveal his enormous energy, keen observation, and personal magnetism, as well as his strong affection for his parents. White often included sketches of scenes he described. At this early stage in his career, he had only recently given up his wish to become an artist, instead focusing his artistic talents on a career in architecture.
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RICHFORD MANUFACTURING COMPANY was doing well. Sales of furniture amounted to over $, for The largest since its organization. Among other things I have been looking over the case involving the Page patent for my friend George H.
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