The Repertory of patent inventions [formerly The Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture]. Vol.1-enlarged ser., vol.40, Volume 8

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Page 223 - Having now particularly described and ascertained the nature of my said invention and in what manner the same is to be performed, I declare that what I claim is (d).
Page 234 - The transparent parts of bodies, according to their several sizes, reflect rays of one colour, and transmit those of another, on the same grounds that thin plates or bubbles do reflect or transmit these rays; and this I take to be the ground of all their colours.
Page 37 - Having thus described the nature of my invention, and the manner of performing the same, I would have it understood that I do not confine myself to the...
Page 163 - B, included in it, the metallic leaf is deflected to one side or the other, according to the direction of the current. And...
Page 49 - Colonies to be mentioned, if any,] an invention for [insert title as in letters patent] upon the condition (amongst others) that I, the said , by an instrument in writing under my hand and seal, should particularly describe and ascertain the nature of the said invention, and in what manner the same was to be performed...
Page 48 - Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty two, and on divers other days and continuously between the said first day of June, AD 1882, and the first day of February, AD 1885, at the county of Salt Lake and Territory of Utah, did unlawfully cohabit with more than one woman...
Page 119 - ... and we are forced, by this class of facts, to reason as if light was material. When a portion of light enters a body, and is never again seen, we are entitled to say that it is detained by some power exerted over the light by the particles of the body. That it is attracted by the particles seems extremely probable, and that it enters into combination with them, and produces various chemical and physical effects, cannot well be doubted...
Page 60 - ... along with from one to three per cent, of their weight of carburet of manganese ; and exposing the crucible to the proper heat for melting the materials which are, when fluid, to be poured into an ingot mould in the usual manner...
Page 93 - Having now described the nature of my invention, and the manner in which the same is to be performed, I would have it understood that I...
Page 60 - ... being satisfactory, to show an infringement of the patent, even if it be valid in point of law. Upon the whole, we are of opinion that the rule must be made absolute for a new trial.

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