The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959

Southwestern Historical Quarterly

7Iwaetio#s Patented by rexakqs, 1846-1861
Compiled by ANDREW FOREST MUIR

Patentee
George W. Fulton
A. C. Allen
Robert Wilson, assignor to
James T. D. Wilson
Alfred Swingle
George B. Milner
Geo. Wode
Edmund P. Gaines
James Hardie
William H. Meriwether
Henry Sigler
E. P. Gaines
William H. Meriwether
Thomas J. Hall
Thomas J. Hall
A. H. Morsell
A. Brown and A. Coffin, Jr.
Micajah Crenshaw
I. E. Haviland
M. L. Parry
John F. McCully
B. G. Shields
M. L. Parry
J. C. and T. G. Wilson

Residence
Brazoria
Houston
Houston
Galveston
Houston
Galveston
Melrose
Victoria
New Braunfels
Houston
Melrose
New Braunfels
Tawahana Hills
Tawahana Hills
Marlin
Sabine City
Springfield
Galveston
Galveston
Gonzales County
Marlin
Galveston
Cedar Hill

No.
4,716
4,754
5,605
5,661
7,529
7,541
7,980
8,525
10,211
10,761
11,372
11,484
12,627
12,791
12,867
13,422
14,533
14,658
15,082
15,665
15,746
16,494
16,943

Invention
Propeller
Preserving meat by means of a
vacuum
Brick machines
Boring and mortising machines
Valve gear for steam engines
Bureau drawers, fastenings for
Millstones, dressing
Propellers of machinery to be
used in currents
Fences, wire
Fish-hooks
Mill-stone, dress
Bed bottoms, spring
Ploughs
Ploughs, gang
Planters, cotton-seed
Saws, straining by atmospheric
pressure
Plough, cultivating
Marble in obelish form,
machine for sawing
Saw-teeth, circular
method of repairing
Glass, black bottle,
manufacturing
Cotton pickers
Presses, cotton
Wind-mills, sails or vanes of,
method of feathering the

*This list is compiled from the following United States serial documents: House
Executive Documents, 29th Cong., 2nd Sess. (Serial No. 499), Document No. 52;
House Executive Documents, 3oth Cong., 2nd Sess. (Serial No. 542), Document
No. 59; House Executive Documents, 31st Cong., 2nd Sess. (Serial No. 6oo), Docu-
ment No. 32; Senate Executive Documents, 32nd Cong., 1st Sess. (Serial No. 624),
Document No. 118; Senate Executive Documents, 33rd Cong., Ist Sess. (Serial No.
696), Document No. 27; Senate Executive Documents, 33rd Cong., and Sess. (Serial
Nos. 753-754), Document No. 42; Senate Executive Documents, 34th Cong., 1st
Sess. (Serial Nos. 816-817), Document No. 20o; Senate Executive Documents, 34th
Cong., 3rd Sess. (Serial Nos. 882-884), Document No. 53; House Executive Docu-
ments, 35th Cong., 1st Sess. (Serial Nos. 925-926, 931), Document No. 32; Senate
Executive Documents, 35th Cong., 2nd Sess. (Serial Nos. 985-987), Document No.
47; Senate Executive Documents, 36th Cong., 1st Sess. (Serial Nos. o1029-10o30),
Document No. 12; Senate Executive Documents, 36th Cong., 2nd Sess. (Serial Nos.
1o83-1o84), Document No. 7; House Executive Documents, 37th Cong., 2nd Sess.
(Serial Nos. 1132-1133), Document No. 53. No Texan received a patent in 1847,
1849, or 1852. The entries reproduced above are as they appear in the reports,
without emendation or correction, even though there are a few obvious errors.

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July 25,
Aug. 8,
Apr. 3,
May 1,
May 8,
Aug. 14,
Mar. 25,
Apr. 15,
June 10,
Sep. 2,
Sep. 16,
Jan. 27

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