Repertory Of Arts And Manufactures, April 1, 1805

Repertory Of Arts And Manufactures

April 01, 1805

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Issue date: Monday, April 1, 1805

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Repertory Of Arts And Manufactures (Newspaper) - April 1, 1805, London, Middlesex . REPERTORY OP ARTS, MANUFACTURES, and AGRICULTURE. No. XXXV. SECOND SERIES. April 1805. Specification of the Patent granted to Robert Browt* , 0/ the Town and County of the Town of Nottingham, Lace Manufacturer; for a Machine to be affixed or attacked to Horizontal Wai~p or fandyke Knitting Frames, for the Purpose of manufacturing, by a more simple, neat, and expeditious Method, Lace or Nett IVork of various �Figures and Qualities, with Thread, Silk, Cotton, Worsted, or other Material produced from Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral Substances. .... Dated May 14, 1804. With a Plate. TTo all to -whom these presents shall come, &c* Now know ye, that in compliance with the said proviso, I the said Robert Brown do hereby declare that rny said invention is described by the plans of drawings here;* unto annexed, (Plate XIV.) and in manner following j that is to say' Letter F is an-entire perspective of the caid machine attached to the horizontal warp or van-� dyke knitrihg-fraiae; Figs. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, are draw-Vol. VI.-Ssconu Semis,  "Ss ing* ;

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