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ssing to the fanchamber is subjected to jets of liquid, chemically prepared to act upon the gases present. The jets proceed from the hollow shaft, which is pierced with holes for that purpose. Whelpley and Storer's draft and spray wheel. Herron, January 12, 1858, attaches to the pulpit or rostrum an air-pipe by which a supply of fresh, pure air is afforded to the speaker. The air in its course is passed through a trough and beneath a plate which forms a trap. Water in the trough imparmatters or vapors as are soluble in water. The latter may be medicated to impart the desired quality to the reader or speaker, and the valve is adjustable to permit the free exit or turn the current through the watertrough as may be required. Herron's pulpit-ventilator. Air′—flue. A tube by which heated air is conveyed into an apartment. Air′—fountain. A contrivance for producing a jet of water by means of compressed air. Air′—funnel. A cavity formed by the omission o
pt. 27, 1859. 28,097McCurdyMay 1, 1860. 56,902CatelyAug. 7, 1866. 1. (c.) Vibrating Loop-Taker. 7,659BatchelderSept. 24, 1850. 12,573StedmanMar. 20, 1855. 12,798StedmanMay 1, 1855. 16,554PrattFeb. 3, 1857. 16,745PrattMar. 3, 1857. 17,930HerronAug. 4, 1857. 18,000WatsonAug. 11, 1857. A. 1. (c.) Vibrating Loop-Taker (continued). No.Name.Date. 18,371WatsonOct. 6, 1857. 18,639HarringtonNov. 17. 1857. 18,834WatsonDec. 8, 1857. 19,155SangsterJan. 19, 1858. 19,612RaymondMar. 9, 1817, 1874. 159,006WilliamsonJan. 19, 1875. 159,975Hirons et al.Feb. 9, 1875. 4. Reciprocating Surface below Cloth. 12,116WilsonDec. 19, 1854. 13,362SingerJuly 31, 1855. 14,141O'NeilJan. 22, 1856. (Reissue.)346WilsonJan. 22, 1856. 20,557HerronJune 15, 1858. 21,310AndrusAug. 31, 1858. 22,273AtwoodDec. 14, 1858. 24,216IrvingMay 13, 1859. 41,164McCurdyJan. 5, 1864. 41,444Polluck et al.Feb. 2, 1864. 42,036WillcoxMar. 22, 1864. 44,491WillcoxSept. 27, 1864. 45,628Pepper et al.Dec. 27