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Improvement in Bailing-Presses.

Improvement in Bailing-Presses.

Date: January 2, 1872
Creator: Randolph, Jeremiah
Description: Patent for an improved bailing press consisting of "a novel arrangement of levers, connecting-bars, and cords, in combination with the follower and windlass, whereby the follower is worked in the downward direction for pressing, and in the opposite direction for elevating it to recharge the press, by the said windlass" (lines 5-11).
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Improvement in Earth Scrapers

Improvement in Earth Scrapers

Date: August 27, 1872
Creator: Smith, Amroy B.
Description: Patent for improved earth scrapers, the class of which are " mounted on Wheel and provided with slatted carriers" (pg 1). This earth scraper has a novel system that allows the machine to be turned around and still used where other machines cannot do so (pg 1).
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Improvement in Sheet-Metal Cans.

Improvement in Sheet-Metal Cans.

Date: December 3, 1872
Creator: Delany, John L.
Description: Patent for sheet-metal cans, specifically a spout attachment for cans.
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Improvement in Machines for Sprinkling Cotton-Plants.

Improvement in Machines for Sprinkling Cotton-Plants.

Date: January 6, 1874
Creator: Robinson, William T.
Description: Patent for a wheeled, horse-drawn machine, "whereby plants are firs dampened with water and then overspread with poisonous powder, the latter being caused by the former to adhere to the plant" (para. 9).
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Improvement in Cotton-Presses.

Improvement in Cotton-Presses.

Date: November 24, 1874
Creator: Koehl, William
Description: Patent for "an improved cotton-press, which is mainly devised for use on smaller cotton-plantations for baling smaller crops in a very convenient and rapid manner, with considerable economy in power and hands." (Lines 16-20) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Improvements in Cotton-Gins

Improvements in Cotton-Gins

Date: June 22, 1875
Creator: Koehl, William
Description: Patent for improvement in the Cotton-Gin with moveable brushes. This object is designed to make the brushes on the cotton machine move closer to the saw when they become shortened from constant use. This will improve the quality of the machine like a brand new equipment.
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Improvement in Scale-Beams.

Improvement in Scale-Beams.

Date: June 29, 1875
Creator: Robinson, William T.
Description: Patent for "the movable weight used on scale-beams; and it consists in the construction and arrangement of the weight to slip over the scale-beam, and with a roller, upon which the weight rests or is suspended, in combination with a locking device." (Lines 12-17) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Improvement in Compound Tools.

Improvement in Compound Tools.

Date: December 5, 1876
Creator: Mayfield, Samuel B.
Description: Improvement in Kitchen-Utensil for lifting pots, kettles, plates, and as a means for holding a device for mangling meats.
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Improvement in Dumping-Cars.

Improvement in Dumping-Cars.

Date: May 6, 1879
Creator: Johnson, Stephen.
Description: Patent for improvements to Dumping-Cars used for loading locomotives with wood or coal, including illustrations.
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Piston for Pneumatic Pumps.

Piston for Pneumatic Pumps.

Date: March 31, 1891
Creator: Robinson, Charles H.
Description: Patent for improvements in pistons for pneumatic pumps by using a combination of a tubular shell, a cylindrical valve, a conical aperture and a conical projection to fulfill the conditions required of a piston in pumps. Illustration is included.
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