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4. 48,073B. F. JoslynJune 6, 1865. 133,770A. T. FreemanDec. 10, 1872. 139,190T. RestellMay 20, 1873. 2. (g.) Hinged at Rear and swinging Downward and Backward through Mortise. 2,627C. H. BallardNov. 5, 1851. 12,528R. WhiteMar. 13, 1855. 35,947H. O. PeabodyJuly 22, 1862. 36,709E. Gwyn and A. C. CampbellOct. 21, 1862. *38,702C. M. SpencerMay 26, 1863. *38,935A. BallJune 23, 1863. 39,479H. GrossAug. 11, 1863. 41,166J. Merwin and E. P. BrayJan. 5, 1864. 41,242W. X. StevensJan. 12, 1864. *43,827A. BallAug. 2, 1864 60,607T. YatesDec. 18, 1866. 65,607B. S. RobertsJune 11, 1867. 70,141L. WheelockOct. 22, 1867. 72,076H. O. PeabodyDec. 10, 1867. 76,805H. O. PeabodyApr. 14, 1868. 83,442E. F. GunnDec. 29, 1868. *89,705L. Z. TerrellMay 4, 1869. 90,024B. S. RobertsMay 11, 1869. 90,614f. Von MartiniMay 25, 1869. 91,668W. RichardsJune 22, 1869. 92,673Z. R. Von WesselyJuly 13, 1869. 95,395A. L. VarneySept. 28, 1869. *105,093J. KraffirtJuly 5, 1870 110,024W. H. Elliot
, the contents of which are moved by stationary stirrers. Revolving-hearth furnace. Another form of roasting-furnace has inclined cylinders, through which the ores pass, being heated by the furnace. Reverberatory furnace. In Rivot's furnace (Fig. 4370), the gold or silver ores are mixed with oxide of iron, and then submitted during the roasting process to the action of superheated steam. Whelpley and Storer's shaft-furnace. In Whelpley and Storer's furnace, patented January 12, 1864, the ore, in a finely comminuted state, is forced by a fan-blower a through the tube b into the descending shaft c of the apparatus; this has furnaces d d′ on each side, provided with chimneys e e, to the action of which the ore falling from the tube b is exposed. The bottom of the horizontal shaft f is covered with water, into which the heavier particles of ore fall; the lighter portions are arrested in the chamber g by means of a spray of water injected thereinto. A rapidly revolvin