94,628Morehouse et al.Sept. 7, 1869.
95,874BodwellOct. 19, 1869.
110,670MorehouseJan. 3, 1871.
115,044FarrandMay 23, 1871.
121,488BushDec. 5, 1871.
121,699WoodburyDec. 5, 1871.
123,529WhartonFeb. 6, 1872.
127,080MartinMay 21, 1872.
127,432RussellJune 4, 1872.
128,181SheplerJune 18, 1872.
128,229HunterJune 25, 1872.
12（Steam-engine.) a. One permanently placed, as distinguished from a locomotive or portable engine.
Fig. 5572 is a perspective view of an engine manufactured by Woodbury and Booth, Rochester, N. Y.
b. A form of engine for drawing carriages on railroads by means of a rope.
Until 1829, or thereabout, the question of the compae.
The port was closed by a shutter, which was raised by a lanyard, and dropped of its own accord when the gun recoiled.
Mr. Phillips of Indiana in 1855, and Woodbury of Boston in 1861-1864, worked at the problem.
Woodbury's device is shown at Fig. 6032. An American submarine gun was shown at the French Exposition of 1867.