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The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ontal position. See English patents No. 10,134 of 1844; also running stitch machine, No. 11,025 of 1846; No. 12,752 of 1849. The same feature is also seen in the United States patents, Smith and Chadbourne, April 16, 1850, and in No. 3,672, July 22, 1844, and shown in Fig. 4849. The cloth is crimped and forced on to the needle e. Rodgers's running-stitch machine. Fig. 4850 is another form of the same kind of machine. The handcrank works the feedrollers and also the toothed rollers, whi885NullOct. 13, 1874. 155,886NullOct. 13, 1874. 159,884BeckFeb. 16, 1875. 13. Regulating Speed. 13,661SingerOct. 9, 1855. 44,909ZuckermanNov. 1, 1864. 51,012BuchananNov. 21, 1865. 14. Running Stitch. 2,982BeanMar. 4, 1843. 3,672RogersJuly 22, 1844. 7,296SmithApr. 16, 1850. 14,393DavidMar. 11, 1856. 35,252PalmerMay 13, 1862. 38,246Shaw et al.Apr. 21, 1863. 38,658DaleMay 26, 1863. 38,837PalmerJune 9, 1863. 38,927CookJune 16, 1863. 40,853PrattDec. 8, 1863. 44,686DaleOct. 11, 1864
The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Viscount Monck, the New Governor-General of Canada. (search)
that the English Government is to dispatch an army reinforcement of twenty-two thousand five hundred men to that province during the present month. Charles Stanley Monck, Viscount and Baron Monck, of Ballytramon, Wexford, in the peerage of Ireland, is the eldest son of the fourth Lord Monck, and was born on the 10th of October, 1819. He is now, consequently, forty-two years of age. Lord Monck succeeded to the estates of his father and the peerage on the 20th of April, 1849. On the 22d of July, 1844, he was married to his cousin, Lady Elizabeth Louise Mary, the fourth daughter of the Earl of Rathdowne, who has borne him three children, named, respectively, Henry Power Charles Stanley, Frances Mary and Elizabeth Louise Mary Monck. Lord Monck is descended from a very ancient family, some of the members of which stand forth prominently in the history of England. The founder of the house was Wm. Le Moyne, who was Lord of the Manor of Petheridge, in Devon, England, in the year 10