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GAIE LIST—SOUTH WALES.

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—————' —- LIST OF NEW PATENTS FOR SEPTEMBER. John Rapson, Emmett Street, Poplar, millwright and engineer, for improvements in steering ships and vessels. Frederick Brown, Lulon, Bedford, ironmonger, for improvements in stoves or fire-places. Moses Poole, gentleman, Lincoln's.inn, for im- provement* in apparatus applicable to steam-boilers, ill order to render them more safe, being a commu- nication. Stephen Rogers, Bristol, merchant, for certain improvements in building the Walls of houses and other edifices. Isaac Dodds, Masbro, an&AVilliam Owen, Ro- therhain, both in the county of York, civil engiticers, for certain improveoienU applicable. to railways, and in the construction and manufacture of wheels, eiiginep, and machinery to be used thereon, part or parts of which are applicable to other engines, and which wheels, without a flange, are also applicable for use and turnpike-roads. Job Taylor, Pendleton, near Manchester, joiner, for certain improvements in machinery or appuratux for cutting or forming ornamental mouldings or de- vices in wood and other materials. William Newton, Chancery Lane, for an improved machine or apparatus for weighing various kinds of articles or goods, being a communication. Thomas Todd, geutlemnn, Kingsion-upon-Hull, for improvements in propelling vessels. Samuel Wilks, Darleston, Slafford, iron-founder, for Improvements in boxes and pins, or screws for vices and presses. —^—

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