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ad. Worcester's annealing oven. In wood's patent, July 9, 1867, the sheets are compressed between the top and bottom of the box, which are temporarily clamped together. The object is to prevent warping and discoloration. Malone, May 22, 1866. The furnace is at one end of the annealing chamber; the caloric passes along the upper flue, dives down side flues to the lower flue, and thence passes by apertures and cross flues to the chimney. The object is an even heat at all parts. Malone's annealing furnace. Reynolds, February 13, 1866. This is an oven for decarbonizing and annealing iron. The caloric current from the furnace passes by the flues M M, beneath the arches K K, in the chambers, and thence by the diving-flues S S, and the lower flues N, to the chimney. Annealing and tempering devices, especially intended for wire, and which act continually upon the wire as it passes through, will be considered under wire tempering and annealing. As before remarked, annea