The London Journal of Arts and Sciences, Volume 9

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Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1837
Containing reports of all new patents, with a description of their respective principles and properties: also, original communications on subjects connected with science and philosophy; particularly such as embrace the most recent inventions and dicoveries in practical mechanics.

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Page 350 - I, AB, do swear, that I will faithfully, impartially, and honestly, according to the best of my skill and knowledge, execute the several powers and trusts reposed in me as one of the Commissioners for Inventions, and that without favour or affection, prejudice or malice.
Page 353 - And be it further enacted, that there shall be raised, levied, and paid unto and for the use of his Majesty, his heirs and successors...
Page 356 - And be it further enacted, That this Act shall commence and take effect from and after the passing thereof...
Page 353 - Letters Patent," or the words " by the King's Patent," or any words of the like kind, meaning, or import, with a view of imitating or counterfeiting the stamp mark or other device of the Patentee, or shall...
Page 353 - Provided also, that no such Disclaimer or Alteration shall be receivable in Evidence in any Action or Suit (save and except in any Proceeding by Scire facias) pending at the Time when such Disclaimer or Alteration was enrolled, but in every such Action or Suit the original Title and Specification alone shall be given in Evidence...
Page 356 - And be it enacted, That this Act may be altered, amended, or repealed by any Act to be passed in this present Session of Parliament.
Page 232 - Having thus described the nature of my invention, and the manner of carrying the same into effect, I would have it understood, that I do not...
Page 357 - ... a production altogether new. It is a manufacture at once ingenious and simple. It is a web combining the two qualities of great elasticity, and a limit thereto. The second objection to the verdict is, that it is against the evidence. The only issue to which this objection has applied itself in the course of the argument, is the issue whether the invention was new, as to the public use thereof in England. Now the evidence at the trial, which applied itself to this question...
Page 353 - Patent for the sole making and vending of such thing, without leave in writing of such patentee or his assigns, or if any person shall upon such thing, not having been purchased from the patentee or some person who purchased it from or under such patentee, or not having had the license or consent in writing of such patentee or his assigns, write, paint, print, mould, cast, carve, engrave, stamp, or otherwise mark the word
Page 357 - ... the main part of the argument before us applies itself to that object alone. The third object proposed by the patentee was, " to produce cloth from cotton, flax, or other suitable material, not capable of felting, in which shall be interwoven elastic cords or strands of Indian rubber, coated or wound round with filamentous material.

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