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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 10 0 Browse Search
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19, 1871. 119,098Horace UpdegraffSept. 19, 1871. 120,788W. S. SmootNov. 7, 1871. 122,465B. B. HotchkissJan. 2, 1872. 122,470James LeeJan. 2, 1872. 122,717A. T. FreemanJan. 16, 1872. 124,994Eli WhitneyMar. 26, 1872. 125,229John F. ThomasApr. 2, 1872. 126,446John W. CochranMay. 7, 1872. 127,386John F. ThomasMay. 28, 1872. swinging Laterally. 409C. ParkhurstSept. 25, 1837. 34,319C. M. SpencerFeb. 4, 1862. 44,991E. WhitneyNov. 8, 1864. 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, 185randSept. 23, 1862. 36,984S. W. WoodNov. 18, 1862. 37,004T. J. MayallNov. 25, 1862. 37,059J. RupertusDec. 2, 1862. 37,075J. JenkinsonDec. 2, 1862. 37,091A. T FreemanDec. 9, 1862. 37,551F. P. SlocumJan. 27, 1863. 37,693J. C. HoweFeb. 17, 1863. 37,204F. P. SlocumApr. 14, 1863. 38,279C. C. BrandApr. 28, 1863. 38,321D. MooreA
alf. In this machine there are two horizontal beams or rollers, one to contain the thread and the other to receive the lace; also a number of small bobbins to contain the thread. Mr. Hebart thus enumerates the varieties of bobbin net-lace machines: — The Loughborough double-tierHeathcoat's. The single-tierStevenson's. The improved double-tierBrailey's. The improved single-tierLiver's. The Loughborough improved; with pumping-tackle. The pusher principle. The traverse warpBeran & Freeman's. The traverse warp, rotaryLindley & Lacey's. The straight boltKendal & Mauley's. The circular boltManley's. The circular combHarvey's. The improved circular combHerrey's. The farther improved single-tierLever's. Lace-pa′per. Paper having an openwork pattern and perforations made in imitation of lace. The process usually consists in grinding off the elevated portions of embossed paper, which is accomplished by passing the paper between two rollers, one of which is covered w
. One of the supply-pipes in a system of steam heating or drying. Steam-plow. A plow, or gang of plows, drawn by portable steam-engines. By the same means, cultivators, harrows, and other agricultural implements are drawn. The varieties of systems of steam-plowing may be said to be five. 1. Engines upon a track and plows moving at right angles thereto; the engine advancing between each course of the plows. The first steam-plow patented in England was the invention of Clarke, Freeman, & Varley, 1846. This system used a track for a locomotive on each side of the piece to be cultivated, and the plows were drawn back and forth by ropes from the engines. Osborn, the same year, patented a somewhat similar contrivance of tracks, engines, and plows. In 1850, Lord Willoughby de Eresby introduced his system of steam-plowing. The machinery consisted of the California locomotive-engine, designed by Sir Daniel Gooch, which weighed 3 1/2 tons, and was 26 horse-power. The eng