The Technical repository, by T. Gill

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Thomas Gill (patent-agent)
1826
 

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Seite 295 - Now Know Ye, that in compliance with the said proviso, I, the said Adolphe Nicole, do hereby declare that the nature of my said Invention, and the manner in which the same is to be performed, are...
Seite 60 - Middlesex, gentleman, in consequence of a communication made to him by a certain foreigner residing abroad, for an invention of " certain improvements on trusses or instruments for the cure of hernia or rupture.
Seite 77 - ... of a grain, it will be counterpoised by one of the small gold weights placed at the first, or second, or third, or fourth division. If on the contrary it weigh one grain and a fraction, it will be counterpoised by the heavy gold weight at the extremity, and one or more of the lighter ones placed in some other part of the beam.
Seite 60 - Merchant, (in consequence of a Communication made to him by a certain Foreigner residing abroad) for an Invention of certain Improvements in the Construction of Locks and other Fastenings.
Seite 259 - An Inquiry into the means which have been taken to preserve the British Navy from the earliest period to the Present Time, particularly from that species of decay now denominated Dry Rot (1821).
Seite 157 - ... of an inch. The use of iron thimbles throughout the composition gives an air of symmetry and neatness, while they greatly diminish friction, and add much to the strength of the bridge, which, like its rustic predecessor, has only one iron jointed arm in the centre.
Seite 77 - You will perceive that by means of these weights placed on different parts of the beam, I can learn the weight of any little mass from one grain, or a little more, to the -j-'j,-, of a grain.
Seite 191 - London, engineer, in consequence of a communication made to him by a certain foreigner, residing abroad, for certain improvements in the construction of bedsteads, sofas, and other similar articles.
Seite 157 - ... and it is strongest when kept moist, the advantages gained to the country abounding in that useful and cheap commodity, will be incalculable ; no bridge whatever, we believe, having been attempted in that quarter up to the present time. And we may conclude, that the natives, from habit and method in working up cane, will improve both on the neatness and strength of cane bridges now to be introduced, especially as they well know, from experience, how to choose the best kind of cane, and to cut...
Seite 213 - August with rye, for early feed the next spring for the ewes and lambs : the remaining twenty acres are planted with potatoes, and the whole comes round for turnips the next year. From the advantage of running...

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