Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress of Invention as Applied to the Arts..., Volume 9

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W. Newton, 1825 - Technology
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Page 313 - As human Nature's broadest, foulest blot, Chains him, and tasks him, and exacts his sweat With stripes, that Mercy with a bleeding heart Weeps when she sees inflicted on a beast. Then what is man ? And what man seeing this, And having human feelings, does not blush And hang his head, to think himself a man...
Page 290 - Gloucester, and of Leeds in the county of York, Engineer; for certain improvements in Machinery, for shearing and dressing Woollen and other Cloths, requiring such process.
Page 389 - London, engineer, for his invention of a machine or machines, for the forming and moulding of bricks and other bodies, usually made from clay plastic, or any of the usual . materials from which building or fire-bricks are commonly made — 1 4th May— 6 months.
Page 280 - Lord High Treasurer of England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, with extracts from his private and official correspondence, and other papers not previously investigated.
Page 370 - The abuses which through time have crept into the practice of the constitution, the errors committed in its administration, and the improvements which a change of circumstances require even in its principles, may most fitly be expounded in the same manner.
Page 52 - London, merchant, in consequence of a communication made to him by a certain foreigner residing abroad...
Page 107 - To Alexander Tilloch, of Islington, in the county of Middlesex, Doctor of Laws, for his invention or discovery of an improvement in the steam-engine, or in the apparatus connected therewith, and also applicable to other useful purposes.
Page 280 - Century of Inventions of the Marquis of Worcester, from the Original MSS. with historical and explanatory notes, a biographical memoir, and an original portrait, will soon appear.
Page 278 - Used, and particularly to the doors and windows of ships, vessels, steam boats, and other craft, which will enable the doors and sashes to be opened on the right and left jamb, (changing the hinges) and if required, they can be fitted either with or without a rising hinge — 17th March —.'2 months.
Page 259 - Straker may be used either by itself or in aid of carving ; and depends on the fact, that if a depression be made by a blunt instrument on the surface of wood, such depressed part will again rise to its original level by subsequent immersion in water.

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