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No. 4432.

What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is in forming a frame to my support, which constitutes a narrow outer margin, and which, in the general outlines of the form given, presents three sides—one side toward the left, and one side toward the pubis, figure 3.

And I further claim, in combination with said frame, the mode of effecting support of the abdomen by means of a strip of cloth or other pliable material, extended transversely, and in front of its lower portion, above the pubis and between the bones of the clium, said cloth being attached at its right and left extremity to the two lateral portions of the said frame, herein

before described. DAVID B. W. HARD. No. 4433.

Having thus fully described our improvements and their application, what we claim as our invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is constructing the windows of carriages in the manner described, having two or more divisions or frames with ledges at the top and bottom, so that by raising the lower frame all the others will be raised, in the manner and for the purpose set forth.

- JAMES OGDEN.

DANIEL R. HART. ,

No. 4434.

Having thus fully described my improvement, what I claim therein as new, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the combination of the right and left-hand screw cutters with the frame for tapping and boring, substantially in the manner set forth, so that they can be brought into action or removed at any required time, as described, and designate the proper

angle for the frame. - H. P. NUCKOLS. No. 4435.

What I claim as new, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the comThination of a balance gate with a railroad track, by means of the vibrating beams, combined, constructed, and operating with the same substantially

in the manner and for the purpose herein set forth. DAVID PERCIWAL.

No. 4436.

Having thus fully described my improvement and its operation, what I claim therein as new, and desire to secure by letters patent, is constructing the shafts of a one-wheeled carriage, and connecting them with the Jhorse, substantially in the manner and for the purpose set forth. JOHN R. REMINGTON.

No. 4437.

What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is

the application of the filter within the inner cone of the cock, by means of a groove made in the inner cone; also on the bottom plate, as shown at figure 2, placing the two perforated plates, as figure 3, with the filtering substance between them, as shown at letter F, so that all the water or other liquid fluid has to pass through the plates and filtering substance above named, substantially in the manner and for the purpose described.

THOS. F. WENMAN. No. 4438.

What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the whalebone ribs, and the mode of combining them with the frame

work of the trunk. JAMES HIBSON. No. 4439.

What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the method of separating the impurities from whale and other animal oils

by means of alum, under the treatment substantially as herein described.

PATRICK FITZSIMMONS. No. 4440.

I do not claim the placing of a filter in the plug or core of a stop-cock; but what I do claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters tent, is the combination of the filtering core with the auxiliary passage, {. for allowing an unobstructed flow of the water, substantially as herein

described. JONATHAN F. OSTRANDER.

No. 4441.

Having now described the nature of my said invention, and the manIner in which I carry it into effect, I declare that I do not claim any of the parts separately which I have used in my improvements in propelling vessels; but I do claim as of my invention the combination of the blades of propellers, such as I have shown and described, with an apparatus for setting the same, arranged and operating substantially as herein set forth; the sliding box with oblique grooves being made to operate upon arms which are attached to the shafts upon which the propellers are to turn, said sliding-box being made to move back and forth on the propeller shaft by the turning of a rod, s, or by any other equivalent means.

BENNET WOODCROFT.

No. 4442.

What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the method herein described of arresting the momentum of the carriage which carries the form of types in printing presses by means of plungers, that compress air in cylinders only towards the end of the motion of the carriage, as herein described . A. B: TAYLOR.

- - - No. 4443. Having thus fully described the construction and operation of my improved self-acting register for stoves, or close fireplaces, what I claim therein as new, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the manner in which I combine the expansion rod B with the register or valve C, by

means of the lever K, the whole constructed and operating in the man

ner and for the purpose herein set forth, or in any manner substantially the same, by which the ordinary connecting joints are avoided. WASHBURN RACE.

- - No. 4444.

I hereby disclaim the original invention of horse hay-rakes, as heretofore constructed and used. I likewise disclaim the invention of the plan of attaching the lower ends of the handles by a strap of iron passing around the head of the rake.

1st. What I do claim, and desire to secure letters patent for, is the invention and combination of the segments of wheels with the head of the rake, and by which it revolves in the manner substantially set forth in the specification.

2d. I claim the combination of the stop bar and catches with the segments of wheels, to hold the head of the rake in a straight position for raking. And I do hereby further declare that I do not intend to limit myself to the precise size or form of the segments of wheels on which the rake revolves, nor to the shape, size, or length of the head or other parts of the said rake; but I wish to vary the same as I may think it expedient, so as to admit of the application of a set of double teeth (see section H) to the head of the rake on the same principle on which the single tooth is applied, whilst I attain the same ends by means substantially the

same ; that is, in producing a revolving spring tooth, horse hay-rake, with

a stop bar and segments of wheels to revolve on, &c., as represented in the accompanying drawings and sections. -- LORIN M. WHITMAN.

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Having thus fully explained the nature of my improvement, what I claim as new, and desire to secure letters patent for, is the alternation given to the hexagonal drum, or reel E, by shifting the bend a by the guide X, which, in combination with the above described machinery, reverses the motion of the cloth in the water chest, raising and lowering it many times with a rapid motion, until it is sufficiently rinsed, and then delivering it by the rollers A A, in a continuous line, as it was received through the rollers D. D.; my claim resting upon the alternation of the cloth in and out of the water, by which it is more expeditiously and cheaply rinsed.

GEO. J. PRENTISS. Tiverron, March 13, 1846.

No. 4446.

Having thus fully described my improvements, what I desire to secure

by letters patent is the method of turning the paddles, as herein described, by means of a revolving ring having guiding projections thereon, around which the wrists on the arms of the paddles play in the manner and for the purpose set forth.

DANIEL DESHON, 2d.

No. 4447.

What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the mode of connecting the centre (NN) with the rim (AA) by the circular wedge, which is divided into three parts, (t, t, t,) and fastening the same by the screws, (p, p, p, &c.,) as described in the specification, and illustrated by the annexed drawings. - - THOMAS GLASCO.

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What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the vibrating grating and panel frame B, and the combining the same with the stationary grating R and brick mould C, substantially in the

manner and for the purpose herein set forth. t - - JOEL L. RANSOM.

No. 4449. What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the combination of the vertical dasher with the oscillating dashers, constructed and operating in the manner and for the purpose herein set forth. CHARLES KING. No. 4450.

What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is

the manner in which I have combined and arranged the several parts of

the instrument, viz: the blade and the sliding frame, the spring catch, and the spiral spring ; and, in combination there with, the mode herein set forth of regulating the length of the stroke of the blade.

a J. H. GEMRIG.

No. 4451.

Having thus fully described my improved brick machine, what I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the combination of the rollers, adjustable grate, and concave, for grinding mortar, substan

tially in the manner and for the purpose described. I also claim the combination of the revolving moulds and pressing apparatus, pressing the brick on both sides, the upper follower not entering the mould, as herein described, by which a perfect brick is made, sufficiently pressed on both sides; and great rapidity of operation is secured, substantially in the manner above made known. - THOMAS HARTILEY.

No. 4452.

What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the arrangement of the circular plates (for elevating the tumblers into notches in the main bolt) and raising and lowering the levers Z, Z, (which act upon the movable talon,) in combination with the movable talon

and the preventive stop or flying tumbler; all as herein set forth. JOSHUA H. BUTTERWORTH.

No. 4453.

What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by letters patent, is the receiving magnet, or a magnet having a similar character, that sustains such a relation to the register magnet, or other magnetic contrivances for registering, and the length of current or telegraphic line, as will enable me to accomplish, with the aid of a main galvanic battery and the intervention of a local battery, such motion or power for registering as could not be obtained otherwise without the use of a much larger galvanic battery.

I claim as my invention the use of a local battery and magnet, in combination with a battery and magnet connected with the line or lines of conductors, for the purpose above specified.

I also claim the combination of the apparatus connected with the clockwork for setting off the paper, and stopping it with the pen lever M. * I also claim the combination of the points affixed in the pen lever with the grooved roller (N) for marking on paper, as above described.

- SAMUEL F. B. MORSE.

No. 4454.

I do not claim merely the use of an auxiliary lamp for keeping the oil fluid in cold weather, but I do claim the Arrangement of said lamp, and its heating tubes, in combination with the above described apparatus or system of light-house lamps, substantially in the manner and for the purpose set forth in the foregoing specification. CHARLES WHEELER,

No. 4455.

F. What I claim as my invention is the method of making leather bands by stretching the pieces separately, when this is combined with the stretching of the whole after the pieces are put together, as described. And what I claim as my own invention in the above described machine is the combination of the double or single geered windlass, as described in group first, with group third ; that is, the second cylinder having the retaining beam, friction pulley, and weighted lever, as described, to be operated and used substantially in the manner and for the purpose herein above set forth and described; and in combination with these the cross-head and rail-way, as described. New York, November 11, 1845. - WILLIAM KUMBEL.

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