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HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF MEDFORD, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT, IN 1630, TO THE PRESENT TIME, 1855. (ed. Charles Brooks) 2 0 Browse Search
Knight's Mechanical Encyclopedia (ed. Knight) 2 0 Browse Search
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2d, Mehitable Flagg; and had--  117-187Timothy, b. 1786; m. Susan Cutter.  188Artemas, d. unm.  189Mary, m. Milzar Torrey, and d. 1853.   And by his second wife,--  190Jonas, lives in Charlestown, N. H.  191Joshua, unm., lives in Charlestown, N. H.  192Submit, m. Mr. Wetherbee. 68-120Isaac Tufts m., 1st, Anna Tufts, and had by her--  120-193Anna, m. Samuel Rand.  194Martha.   And by his second wife, Mary Green,--  195Lucy.  196Mary.  197Louisa.  198Isaac.  199Ann Maria, m. James Sawyer.  200Timothy.  201George. 69-122Samuel Tufts m., 1st, Hannah Tufts, Dec. 3, 1795, and had--  122-202Hannah, d. aged 17.  203Lucinda, m. Bernard Tufts (No. 174).  204Mary Ann, m. Asa Tufts (No. 175).  205Charles, unm.   He m., 2d, Grace Barnicott, and had--  206 William Augustus, m.1st, Abigail Tufts. 2d, Susan Tufts.  207John.  208Hannah, m. Mr. Davis, of Billerica. 77-133HUTCHINSON Tufts, jun., m. Mary----, and had--  133-209Hutchinson, b. Feb. 10,
g apparatus. 1831. J. J. Jaquir obtained a patent for making continuous paper with wire-marks similar to hand-made paper. Edward Pine, of Troy, and E. N. Fourdrinier patented apparatus for cutting continuous paper into lengths; and Turner, a strainer designed to supersede the agitating vat of the Fourdrinier machine. Carvil, of Manchester, Conn., patented a screen with fans; and John Ames, of Springfield, Mass., introduced a wire cylinder for the purpose of cleansing rags. 1832. James Sawyer, of Newbury, Vt., invented a piston pulpstrainer; John Ames, a sizing-machine. 1852. G. W. Turner, London, England. Improved mode of applying an endless wire-web in a paper-machine; also, mode of passing the paper through a trough of size between two endless felts. 1853. Brown and McIntosh, Aberdeen, Scotland. Hollow perforated mold, covered with felt, to which the pulp is caused to adhere by rarefaction of the contained air. 1853. Machine patented in England for preparing wood