ed and patented in England by Mr. Gaine.
Figuer and Pomarede made attempts in the same direction in France, 1846.
Karchiski, in 1860, subsequently treated the paper with glycerine, to give it suppleness.
Stuart Gwynne made fractional currency of it about 1865 or 1866.
To avoid the imperfect penetration of the acid, J. J. Ott treated a number of thin sheets with the acidulous solution, and combined them into a homogeneous sheet.
A. T. Schmidt added the glycerine to the acid.
Thomas Taylor (England, 1869; United States, 1871) treated the paper with chloride of zinc.
Hudson, March 16, 1869.Schmidt, April 4, 1871.
Hudson, September 27, 1870, two patents.Hanna, October 31, 1871.
Sheldon, January 25, 1870.
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