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and all wear or variation may at once be taken up by igdusting the movable rack, and by
this means always cause the bed and cylinder or segment of a cylinder to work in harmony
with each other, and produce a clear and sharp impression, free from slur.

Fifth, placing a reciprocating bed in a vortical position or in any given angle from a faori-
sontal position, when said bed is combined with a rotating reciprocating cylinder or segment
of a cylinder, which shall place or pile tho printed sheets upon a pile board, as herein
described.

Sixth, using with a vibrating bed a rotating disk for tho purpose of distributing the ink.

Seventh, using with a vibrating bed a rotating disk surrounded by an annular ring or
outside disk, the two revolving each in an opposite direction to the other, for the purpose of
breaking up the ink, as herein fully described.

Eighth, toe use or employment of a rotating ink- distributing table, in combination with
an impression produced by a cylindrical surface.

No# 1,573. — J. F. Grifpen, of Brooklyn. N: T., assignee by mesno assignments of
Theodorb Sellers, of East Birmingham, Pa. — Improvement in Closing Preserve Cans. —
Patent dated May 22, 1863; reissued November 24, 1863.

Claim. — The employment of a yielding packing ring, arranged on either the jaw, neck, or
the cover, in combination with a neck and cover, so constructed as that in forcing the two
together the ring will be compressed, and its yielding surfaces accommodated to the surfaces
of the neck and cover, and a tight joint be formed, substantially as described.

Also, providing either the cover or the jar neck with a dopiession for the retention of the
packii.g ring, when the cover and jai* are separated, substantially as herembefore described.

No. 1,574.-— Oscar Paddock, of Watertown, N. Y.— Improved Hot-air Funuice.— Patent
dated November 27, I860; reissued November 24, 1863.

Claim, — First, the mechanism heroin described, or its mechanical equivalent, for automati-
cally operating, in the manner and for the purposes set forth, valves of hot-air furnaces or
other heat generators, by means of the furnace door, the mechanism being such as to afibrd
tho means of regulating the draught in tho furnace independently of the door, sabstantially
as herein shown and described.

Second, tho weighted valve or damper coupled with tho furnace door, under an arrange-
ment whereby the opening or closing of said door will cause the weight to operate the valve,
substantially in the manner and for the purposes sot forth.

Third, combining tho weighted valve with the door by means of a connecting rod, so
constructed or so arranged, that while actuated by the door, as sot forth, the valve may also
be operated by hand to regulate tho di'aught in tho furnace, substantially as herein shown
and described.

No. 1,575.— Oscar Paddock, of Watertown. N. Y.— Improved Hot-air Furnace.'— FaXeni
dated November 27, 1860; reissued November 24, 1863.

Claim. — First, in combination with both the main and the auxiliary chimney, arranged
respectively in rear and front of the fire, coupled valves or dampers actuated by the furnace
door or otherwise, in the manner and for the purposes set forth.

Second, the herein-described valve arrangement, capable of being operated by the move-
ment of the furnace door as well as by hand, tho same consisting of a weighted oscillatmg
valve, and a connecting rod extending in front beyond, but abutting, at a snoulder or somo
projecting part thereof, against the door or against any fixture of the same, tho whole befingf
combined tor operation substantially as herein shown and described.

Third, the herein-described valve arrangement, capable of being operated by the movi^
ment of the furnace door, as well as by hand, the same consisting of a pivoted slotted sector
forming connexion between the door and a slotted valve rod of a weighted valve or damper,
the whole being arranged for operation substantially as herein shown and described.

No 1,576.— W. A. Shaw, of Boston, ^aas.— Improved Bottle and Bottle Stopper.—Faieai
dated December 17, 1861; reissued November 24, 1863.

C/ttiwi.— Constructing a stopper of vulcanized rubber or its equivalent, when made hollow
to facilitate changes of its diameter, and with a confining shoulder for the purpose specified.

Also, constructing a stopper of vulcanized rubber or its equivalent, when made with a
shoulder a, substantially as described, or with two shoulders a and b.

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Aooldei^ contraction t, which extends entirely around the socket and operates in conjunc-
tion with the stopper, substantially as described..

Also, constructing the neck of a bottle or other socket, which receives a stopper, with
shouldered contractions 1 2, which operate in conjunction with the stopper, substantially as
described

No. 1,577,— James Turner, of New York city. — Improvement tat Composition for Lubri"
eaetn^.— Patent dated July 7, 1863; reissued November 24, 1863.

C^nm.— First, a lubricating compound made of the in^dients herein specified and mixed'
tx>^ther in the manner and about in the proportion set forth.

Second, the use of red oil, or the residuum obtained in the manufacture of candles, in com-
bination with paraffine or the heavy oil of petroleum and lime water or alkaline lye, sub-
stantially as and for the purpose herein described.

Third, the use of saw-dust, in combination with the fatty substances and alkaline lye or
lime water, as and for the purpose specified.

No. 1,578.— Prbstok Ware, jr., of Newton, Mass., assignee bjr mesne assignments of
J. M. WiMLEY, of Philadelphia, Pa.— /mprooem«}il in Composition Sole for Boots and
Skoes.'-Ptkteni dated February 5. 1856; reissued November 24, 1863.

CZaim.— First, the method of forming soles of a suitable plastic composition, by moulding
the same upon staples or other mechanical clinching devices, so as to partly incorporate
them, said composition being such as will, after being moulded, undergo a change whereby it
becomes more or less hard, tough, flexible, or impervious to water.

Second, the method of secunng or fastening composition soles to boots and shoes or the
uppers thereof, by means of staples or their mecluuiical equivalents, which are incorpoi*ated
with the soles during the act of moulding the same.

No. 1,579. — ^Preston Ware, jr., of Newton, Mass., assignee by mesne assignments of
John Wimlby, of Philadelphia, Pa. — Improvement in Composition Sole for Boots and
Shoes, — Patent dated February 5, 1856; reissued November 24, 1863.

Claim, — The combination of a composition sole with staples or other metallic clinching
devices, when the latter are partly imbedded in or incorporated with the former, substan
tially as set forth.

No. 1,580. — Preston Ware, jr., of Newton, Mass., assignee by mesne assignments of
J. M. WiMLEY, of Philadelphia, Pa. — Iinprovement in Boots and Shoes with Composition
Soles. — P'itent dated February 5, 1856; reissued November 24, 1863.

Claim, — ^As a new article of manufacture, a shoe or boot the sole of which is made with
composition, and attached by means of staples or other metallic clinching devices, partly
imbedded in or incorporated with the sole.

No. 1,581.— Altemus So Company, of Philadelphia, Pa., assignees of J. D. Mets,
of Dubuque, Iowa.— //n/wwerf Photographic Album, — Patent dated July 21, 1863; reissued
December 1, 1863.

Claim. — First, a photoeraphic album or other book consisting of a succession of leaves
hinged together, substantialhr as described.

Second, the use of the perforated plates a, secured to the leaves, and hinged together, sub-
stantially as set forth.

No. 1,582.— T. S. Blair, of Pittsburg, Ftk.— Improvement in Railroad i2ai/5.— Patent
dated May 19, 1863; reissued December 1, 1863.

Claim, — ^As a new article of production, useful in the arts, to wit, a tempered or untem-
pered railway rail, partly iron and partly steel, carbonized and rerolled, substantially in the
manner and for the purpose hereinabove described.

No. 1,583.— Samuel Nicholson, of Boston, Mass.— /m/>wrc<i Wooden Parc/itcn/.— Patent
dated August 8, 1854 ; reissued December 1, 1863.

C/atm.— The so. combining or arranging the foundation or support, or its equivalent, of
said wooden pavement resting on the roadway surface or bed, substantially as herein de-
scribed, with said long and short blocks above described, or their equivalents, which said
blodu are combined in such a manner as that partitions shall be made leaving cells or chan-
nels between them with a wooden bottom formed by the shorter blocks some distance above
the lower end of the blocks, for the reception of the broken stone or gravel and tar or other
like material, and also combined with such cells or channels filled with broken stone, gravel,
and tar, or other like material, substantially as heroin described, having such wooden bot-
tom to rest upon, substantially as herein described, wherebjr the particles of broken stone or
gravel are prevented from working under the lower ends of the longer blocks, and whereby
water is prevented from passing from the surface of the pavement downward through the
joints of said wooden blocks, ana also moisturo is prevented from being absorbed upward
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No. 1,584.— Thomas Pinner, assignee of John Alexander, of New London, Conn. —
Improvement in Securing Bottle Stoppers, — Patent dated July 24, 1855 ; reissned December
1.1863.

Cfaim. — Forming the confining strap of a permanently attached bottle cork fastener in
the manner and for the pnipose substantially as set forth.

Also, corking and fastening the cork by the combination of the plunger and of a confining
strap, snch substantially as is herein described, whereby the cork may be permaoMitly
secured before the bottle is remoyed from the filling machine, as set forth.

No. 1,585.— T. T. Prosser, M. C. and K. A. Darling, assiffnees of T. T. Prosser, of
Fond du Lac, Wis. — Improved Steam BoiTer.— Patent dated August 11, 1863; antedated
January 31, 1863; reissued December 1, 1863.

Claim. — First, the application of the exhaust steam of a steam engine to the exterior sur-
face or surfaces of a steam boiler or boilers, or any part thereof, for tne purpose of utilizing
the latent and sensible caloric thereof in the production of more steam.

Second, the chambers A A' A'' A''', seyerally or in combination.

Third, the chambers A A' A" A'", severally or collectively, in combination with one or
more tubes or flues of a steam boiler, in the manner and for the purpose set forth.

Fourth, using one or more of the tubes or flues ordinarily usea for the transmission of the
products of combustion from the fire-chamber to the chimney or smoke-stack, for the recep-
tion of the exhaust steam of an engine, for the purpose set forth.

Fifth, introducing a flue or flues, a tube or tubes, into the water space of a steam boil^
and using it or them for the reception of the exhaust steam of an engine, for the purpose set
forth.

No. 1,586.— Martin Wesson, of Springfield, ^tiss.— Improvement in Chawndling Soles
of Boots and Shoes. — Patent dated Mby 24, 1859; reissued December 1, 1863.

Claim. — First, the combination of one or more feed rolls E F, knife or knives h ft, and
guide R, or its mechanical equivalent, when operating substantially in the manner and ibr
the purpose herein set forth.

Second, the combination of lever L, sliding pieces h h\ and knives h h\ when arranged
and operating as described, and forming a baife-holding arrangement, for the purpose
specified.

No. 1,587. — Charles McBurney, of Roxbury, Mass.— /mprot?c</ India-rubber Soles J&r
Boots and Shoes. — Patent dated April 5, 1859 ; reissued December 8, 186:t.

Claim. — ^As a new article of manufacture, a sole for boots or shoes made of vulcanized
India-rubber or other vulcanized gum provided with holes for the reception of nails, pegs,
rivets, threads, or other mechanical devices, by means of which the sole may be attac^ied to
the uppers, such soles having a protecting external vulcanized surface, substantially as herdn
descnbed.

Also, makiuff India-rubber soles or soles of any other vulcanizable gum in moulds, in
combination with forming therein, previous to vulcanization, holes designed to contain nails,
pegs, rivets, thread, or ouier mechanical means for the attachment of the sole to the uppecs.

No. 1,588.— Charles McBurney, of Roxbury, Mass.— improvecf India-RMer Soles for
Boots and Shoes. — Patent dated April 5, 1859; reissued December 8, 1863.

Claitn, — As a new manufacture, a vulcanized India-rubber sole or sole made of any other
vulcanized gum adapted for attachment to boots or shoes by means of peg^, nails, rivets, or
sewing, or other equivalent means, the solo being made in such manner that said attachment
does not require any previous preparation of the sole by piercing or cutting holes.

Also, as a new manufacture, boots and shoes produced by combining with the npMs
thereof a moulded sole made of vulcanized India-rubber or other vulcanizable gum, when
the latter is attached to the former by nails, rivets, or other metallic clinching devices, or
threads, applied in such manner as will neither disfigure the shape nor require the piercing of
the fikce or Dottom of the sole afler vulcanization.

No. 1,589.— Thomas Loveltdge, of Philadelphia, Pa. — Improved Loom.— Patent dated
February 14, 1860; reissued December 15, 186!i.

Claim. — A yam^lelivering mechanism, consisting of a toothed wheel and a detent and
escapement lever, or other equivalents, applied to or operating with the yam beam, sobstao-
tially as set forth, when the said mechanism is controlled by tne tension of the yam through
the medium of the devices heroin set forth, or the equivalent to the same.

No. 1,590.— J. B. Falser and Gardner Howland, of Fort Edward, N. Y. — Improvement
in the Preparation of Straw for Paper Pulp. — Patent dated June 21, 1859 ; reissued July
3, 1860 ; again reissued December 15, 1863.

C^im.—^he process of subjecting straw or similar stalks to the simultaneous action of an
alkaline liquid, agitation, and a high temperature, snch as is produced by contact with a
surface heated by a fire heat, whereby such a change is etfoctea in the organization of the
glutinous or resinous matters contained in the material that the fibrous material can be sepa-
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No. 1,591.— J. B. Falser and Gardner Rowland, of Fort Edward, N. Y,— Improve-
memt in ike Btmnti^aeture of Paper Pulp, — Patent dated March 20, 1860 ; reissued December
16,166a.

C/«tfii.— As a new article of mannfactore, tbe staple fibre, made snbstantiallj as herein
set forth.

No. 1,592. — ^William Stanly, of New York city, assignee by mesne assignment of A. H.
Hook. — Improved Sewing Machine. — Patent dated November ;k), 1859 ; reissued December
15, 1863.

Claim, — The combination of the levers m and n, arm K. spring o, and camp, constructed
and arranged substantially as and for the purpose set forth.

Also, the combination of the two wa.sher8 or plates z z, concave at the centre and rounded at
their outer edges, with a centre pin, and any suitable means to give such plates pressure,
substantially i^ and for the purposes set forth.

No. 1,593.— J, F. Qriffin, of New York, assignee of James Spratt, of Cincinnati,
Ohio. — Improvement in Sealing Fruit Cans, — Patent dated July 18, 1854 ; reissued Decem-
ber 22, 1863.

Claim, — The employment, in combination with the can, or jar, and its cover, of an elastic
and compressible packing ring of vulcanized rubber, ox its equivalent, substantially as and
for the purpose set forth.

Also, the employment of wax, or other sealing material, in combination with a can, or jar,
and its cover, when a packing is employed between the jar and its cover, for the purpose s^t
forth.

No. 1,594.— D. G. LiTTLEPrELD, of Albany, N. Y.— Improved Coal ^fove.— Patent dated
August 18, 1863 ; reissued December 22, 1863.

Claim, — The suspension or arrangement of the fire-pot in a chamber C at the base of the
stove, entirely shut off or separated frOm the chamber which receives the heat directly from
the buminpf fuel and the heated products of combustion, so that said chamber C may sepa-
rately receive the -heat radiated from the outer surface of the fire-pot, and transmit it to the
surrounding case, and firom thence radiate it near the floor to the apartment to be warmed,
substantially as herein specified.

Also, in combination with the fire-pot, suspended or arranged in a separate chamber, at the
base of the stove, the suspension of tho supplying cylinder in the cnamber G, above and
separate from the fire-pot, substantially as and for the purpose herein set forth.

Also, the construction and arrangement of the stove in' such a manner that it not only mar
be a connected whole, but may be readily separated into two sections, (Figs. 3 and 4,) each
complete in itself, to the extent described, when thus applied to the suspended fire-pot, in a
separate chamber at the base of the stove, and to a separately suspended supplying cylinder,
substantially as and for the purpose herein set forth.

Also, suspending the detachable soapstone, or fire-brick supporting cylinder or section L,
of the separately suspended supplying cylinder, by means of eyes O O and stirrups or hasps
P P, or tneir equivalents, substantial^ as herein specified.

No. 1,595.-0. E., John, and Samuel Wethered, of Baltimore, ^d,— Improvement tn
Steam for Actuating £fi^'ne«.— Patent dated September 21, 1853; antedated May 25, 1853 ^
reissued December 22, 1863.

Claim, — Combining superheated steam with saturated steam for actuating steam engines,,
inbstantially as specified.

Also, in combination with the steam chamber of a steam boiler and the engine, two or
more pipes — one for conveying the saturated steam, and the other the superlieated steam,,
as ana tor the purpose herein described.



DESIGNS.

No. 1,703.— Moses C. Bignall, of Seneca Falls, N. Y., assignor to DouNES & Co., of
same place. — Design for a Pump,

No. 1,704.— G. B. Ualstead, of New York city,-— Design for the Air- Jacket of a Lamp,

No. 1,705 —A. £. Chamberlain, (assignor to Chamberlain &> Co.,) of C'mcinnati,
Ohio. — Design for a Stove.

No. 1,706.— J AMES Hutchinson, (assignor to J. E. Whipple,) of Lansingburg, N. Y.^
Design for a Floor-cloth.

No. 1,707 to l,7ia— H. G. Thompson, of New York city, assignor to the Hartford-
Carpet Co'mpant, Hartford, Conn.— Ttce/ve Designs for Carpet PaUems,



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No. 1,719.~J. A. Baillt, of PhOftdelphm, 'P^ - Demgmfar m StahuiU.

No. 1,720.— W. W. Skaats, (assignor to Gideon Skaats,) of BtooUjh, N. Y.^Demgm
for a Lmmp Ckimneif,

No. 1,721.— Daniel Moore, of Brookljn, N. Y.-^Designfor a Pi^d Hmmlle.

No. 1,722 to 1,730.— Elemir J. Net, (assignor to the Lowell Makupacturing Com-
pany,) of Lfowell, Mass. — Detigns/or nine paUntsfor Carpet P^enu,

No. 1,731.— BoBERT S. Stbnton, of New York dtj.—Designfar c MeUUie SkMe,

No. 1,732.- B. C. Crobiwell, (assignor to Himself, S. D. Greenleaf, C. F. Douglass,
and R. C. Douglass,) of Skowhegan, Maino.—l>e«t^ /or « Pump,

No. 1,733.— B. C. Cromwell, (assignor to Himself, 8. D. Greenleaf, C. F, Docgi.ass»
and R. C. Douglass,) of Skowhc^gan, Maine. — Design for a Pump.

No. 1,734.— James A. Bazine, of Canton, ^iaaB.-^Detign for a Solitaire Board.

No. 1,735.— E. J. Cridge, of Troy, N. Y.—Designfor a Plate of a Stove,

No. 1,736.^Frank Douglass, of Norwich, Conn.— De#i;^/or a Skate.

No. 1,737.— George Green, of Wappinger^s Falls, N. T., assignor to Deborah Powers,
Albert £. Powers, and Nathaniel B. Powers, of Lansingbnrg, N. Y.^Deaigmfor a
floor OU-doth. . K »» - «af»/

No. 1,73a— George B. Owen, of New York oMtj.-^Dengnfor a Clock Coot.

No. 1,739.— JA3IES Patbrson, of Elisabeth, N. J., assignor to Deborah Powers,
Albert £. Powers, and Nathaniel B. Powers, of Lanslngburg, N. Y.-^Detign for a
Floor OU-dotk. ^

No. 1,740.— David L. Bartlett, {assignor to Himself; Jonas H. Hatward, and H.
W. Bobbins,) of Baltimore, Ud.— Design for a Stove.

No. 1,741.— Samuel W. Gibbs, of Albany, N* Y., asdgnor to Buck &, Wright, of Sc
Louis, Mo. — Design for a Stove, ,

No. 1,742.— Joseph A. Sappcrd, of Winchester, Uaas.—DesignforaStand of an EgeUt
Mackine,

No. 1,743.— Samuel Sailor, of Philadelphia, Fsk.— Design for a Pietnre Frame.

No. 1,744.— Anson IngrahaM, of Centre Cambridge, N. Y., and G. H. Phillips, oI
Troy, N. Y. — Design for a Cook Stove.

No. 1,745.— John Neil, of Clinton, Mass., and A. E. Powers, (assignors to D., A. £.,
and N. B. Powers,) of Lansingburg, 'S.Y.^Dtsignfor a Floor Oil-clouk.

No. 1,746.— James L. Collins, of Chicago, m.-^Designfor a Stove Plau.

No. 1,747.— Albert Granger, of New York cMj.-— Design for a Medallion Pen.- Ante-
dated April 15, 1863.

No. 1,748.- Frederick McKee, of Pittsburg, P%.^Designfor a Goblet.

No. 1,749.— H. C. Berlin, of Bloomfield, N. J., and G. H. Jokes, of New York city.—
Design for an Envelope.

No. 1,750.— J. L. Hadden, of Philadelphia, Pa. — Design for a Cover for a Kettle or ^ove.

No. 1,751.— Ernst Eaufmann, of Philadelphia, P&.—Designfor a^ Ice Pitcker.

No. 1,752. — Oliver Pearl, of Lawrence, Mass. — Design for a Spinning Flyer.

No. 1,753.— Carl Miller, (assignor to John Matthews,) of New York citj.^Detign
for a Draught Stand for Soda Water ^ 8fc.

Nos. 1,754, 1,755, and 1,756.— E. J. Net, of LoweU, Mass., assignor to the Lowell
Manufacturing Company.— />M^/or Carpet Patterns.



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No. 1,757.— EoBEET 8. Rigbards, of AtUeboro', UMM.-^Design for a Link rf m Cfmim.

No. 1,758.— Egbert S. Bichards, of AtUeboro*, Mast.— />Mt^ for a Br^tut^in mnd
Emr^drop,

No. 1,759.— LUCUN Fay, of Cincmnati, Ohio.— 2>e#t^ for a MeUdlie Plait for Bmriai
Cases, ifc.

No. 1,760.— Ebem T. Starr, of New York dty.^Designfor a SkuU.

No. 1,761.— £. S. BiCHARDS, of Attleboro', Mass.— I>m^ for a Link of an Onamaitai
Chain.

No. 1,762.— M. A. Snead, of LooisTille, Kj.^Design for a Brooch,

No. 1,763.— S. B. Jerome, of New Haven, CoroL^Designfor a Clock Case,

No. 1,764.— Alots Meisel, of New Tork dij, —Design for a Tea and Coffee Service.

No. 1,765 to 1,774.— Elbier J. Ney, (assignor to the Lowell Manufacturino Com-
PAMT,) of L#oweil, Hass. — Designs for Carpet Fattems, (ten cases,)

No. 1,775.-8. B. SOOFIEU), of Lisle, N. Y.—Design for a Chromatic Diagram.

No. 1,776.— Qarrettson Smith and Henry Brown, of Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to
David Hetriok, of Mexico, Pa. — Design for a Cooking Stove.

No. 1,777 to 1,788.— Henry G. Thobipson, of New York city, assignor to the Hartford
Carpet Company.— />e#^l'iM /or Carpet Patterns, (twelve cases,)

No. 1,789 to 1,791.— J. F. Bathbonb, of Albany, N. Y, -^Designs for Plates for Cooking
Stoves, (three cases.)

No. 1,792.— John D. Flansburo, (assignor to North, Chase &, North,) of Phila-
delphia, V2u-'DesignfoT a PlaU of a Stove.

Nos. 1,793, 1,794, and 1,795.— Garrettson Smith and Henry Brown, (assignors to
North, Chase Sl North,) of Philadelphia, Pik.— Designs for a Cook's Stove, (thru cases,)

No. 1,796 to 1,799.~H. W. Hensel, of Philadelphia, Ps^-^Designs for a BUnd Binding,
(fowr cases,)

No. 1,800 to 1,802.— S. B. Bansom, of Albany, N. Y,'-Designs for a PlaU of a Cook's
Stove, (three cases,)

No. 1,803.- Garrettson Smith and Henry Brown, of Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to
Marsh & Sisler, of Lawienceville, Ph.— Design for a Plate of a Stove,

No. 1,804.— Henry Mishler, of Mogadore, Ohio.— Dest^ for a Stoneware Cooking
Stove.

No. 1,805.— Charles H. Wells, of Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to W. H. Swift and
Henry B. Courtney, of Wilmington, Veh— Design for a Lab3.

No. 1,806 to 1,816.— £. J. Ney, of Lowell, Mass., assignor to the Lowell Manufac-
turing Company.— £>e«^fi« /or Carpet Patterns.

No. 1,817. — ^Elmer J. Ney, of Lowell, Mass., assignor to the Lowell Manufacturino
Company.— Z>et^ /or a Carpet Pattern,



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