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830) (Mott.) (Harper and Walker, 1839.) Cantelo's U. S. patent in 1859 (Fig. 5921) shows a petticoat fuel-cylinder projecting downward into the fire-pot. Magazine-stoves. (Cantelo, 1846.) (Walker, 1849.) Base-burner. (Grant, 1850.) Roney, in 1861 (Fig. 5922), had a grated fire-pot of larger diameter than his magazine. Magazine-stoves. (Liddel, 1852.) (Sexton, 1856.) There are in the United States about 350 foundries engaged in the manufacture of stoves and furnaces, usin840, 160,000; in 1850, 375,000; in 1860, 1,000,000; in 1870, 2,100,000, — valued at $37,600,000. The value of heating-furnaces annually made in the country will amount to $20,000,000. Magazine-stove. (Cantelo, 1859.) Grated fire-pot stove. (Roney, 1861.) 2. A room artificially heated to a high degree, as, — The room in which scoured cloths are dried before burling and fulling. Bookbinder's stove. The room in which packaged starch is dried. In many trades, articles are a