The Patent journal, and inventors' magazine, ed. by C. Barlow and P. Le Capelain, Bind 4

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Charles Barlow
1847
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Side 31 - ... had, by his specification, particularly described the nature of his invention, and the manner in which it was to be performed ; and having thus complied with the terms of...
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Side 17 - A boy, four or five years old, with necrosis \ of one of the bones of the fore-arm. Could speak nothing but Gaelic. No means, consequently, of explaining to him what he was required to do. On holding a handkerchief, on which some chloroform had been sprinkled, to his face, he became frightened * Perchloride of formyle was an alternative chemical term for chloroform.
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Side 35 - To fashion a rough diamond into a brilliant, the first step is to modify the faces of the original octahedron, so that the plane formed by the junction of the two pyramids shall be an exact square, and the axis of the crystal precisely twice the length of one of the sides of the square. The octahedron being thus rectified, a section is to be made parallel to the common base or girdle, so as to cut ofF 5 eighteenths of the whole height from the upper pyramid, and 1 eighteenth from the lower one.
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Side 61 - The next issue was, that the plaintiff was not the true and first inventor of the improvements which he claimed.

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