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 County: DeWitt County, TX
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Improved Mode of Regulating the Velocity and Furling the Sails of Wind-Wheels.

Improved Mode of Regulating the Velocity and Furling the Sails of Wind-Wheels.

Date: March 24, 1857
Creator: Witting, F. W.
Description: Patent for a new windmill using different parts to help regulate the sails and for folding and unfolding the sails, including illustration.
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Improvement in Cotton-Presses.

Improvement in Cotton-Presses.

Date: February 16, 1858
Creator: Witting, F. W.
Description: Patent for the improvement of the cotton press using a cam-lever for operating the side of the press-box with two different application of power, including illustration.
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Improvement in Cotton-Worm Destroyers.

Improvement in Cotton-Worm Destroyers.

Date: May 20, 1873
Creator: Helm, Jackson
Description: Patent for "a new machine for removing the destructive cotton-worms from the cotton-plants without injury to the plants, and for destroying the worms," which "consists in the arrangement of a movable frame, which is by animals drawn over the fields to straddle the rows of cotton, and which is provided with brushes for sweeping the worms from the plants, and with jointed bottom pieces or slides, which crush them on the ground." (Lines 15-25) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Improvement in Wheels for Vehicles.

Improvement in Wheels for Vehicles.

Date: December 23, 1873
Creator: Brown, David
Description: Patent for "an improved hub for buggy and other vehicle wheels, which shall be simple in construction, strong, and durable, and which will run with little friction." (Lines 10-13) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Washing-Machines.

Washing-Machines.

Date: January 20, 1874
Creator: Eberhardt, T. C.
Description: Patent for an improvement in washing machines. The shaping and components are meticulously detailed and indicate they play a part in the said improvement.
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Improvement in Ant-Destroying Apparatus.

Improvement in Ant-Destroying Apparatus.

Date: July 27, 1875
Creator: Grafton, William
Description: Patent for "a new and Improved Apparatus for Destroying Ants" (lines 4-5) including illustrations.
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Improvement in Cultivators.

Improvement in Cultivators.

Date: April 22, 1873
Creator: Helm, Jack
Description: Patent for an improvement in the design of corn cultivators, including illustrations.
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Improvement in Bale-Tie Buckles.

Improvement in Bale-Tie Buckles.

Date: September 5, 1876
Creator: Bunker, Thaddeus, of Cuero, Texas.
Description: Patent for an improved bale-tie buckle which will not slip or break under great strain.
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Vehicle-Seat.

Vehicle-Seat.

Date: February 17, 1891
Creator: Johnson, James M.
Description: Patent for an improvement in vehicle-seats, intended especially for uses in wagon-seats, by constructing a supporting frame consist of two shafts, each having two cranks with two springs connected with the wrists of the cranks. The seat is supported upon these springs which are secured to the underside of the seat-board by employing two blocks that are safely attached beneath the seat. The movements of the springs preserve the horizontal position of the seat even when weight is unequally disposed. Illustration is included.
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Apparatus for Handling Cotton.

Apparatus for Handling Cotton.

Date: June 19, 1890
Creator: Eberhardt, Theophilus Charles.
Description: Patent for an apparatus for handling seed-cotton. This apparatus is designed to move seed-cotton to gin-feeders, then from the condenser to the press, and also for conveying seeds and motes to an area of deposit.
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