Improvement in Plows.

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Patent for improvement in plows: "The invention consists in so attaching a revolving disk, cutter, or colter to the beam of the plow that it will rotate on its own axis, and vibrate laterally, to accommodate itself to the line of draft or direction of the beam of the plow; also, in the means used by which the revolving cutter or colter is attached to the beam of the plow, and having the means of swiveling or turning in the beam to accommodate itself to the line of draft of the plow" (lines 22-31) including illustrations and instructions.

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[1], # p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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Hall, Thomas J. December 28, 1869.

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  • Hall, Thomas J. Thomas J. Hall, of Bryan, Texas ; Hall, T. J. ; Hall, Thos. J.

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  • Main Title: Improvement in Plows.
  • Added Title: Plow.

Description

Patent for improvement in plows: "The invention consists in so attaching a revolving disk, cutter, or colter to the beam of the plow that it will rotate on its own axis, and vibrate laterally, to accommodate itself to the line of draft or direction of the beam of the plow; also, in the means used by which the revolving cutter or colter is attached to the beam of the plow, and having the means of swiveling or turning in the beam to accommodate itself to the line of draft of the plow" (lines 22-31) including illustrations and instructions.

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[1], # p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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"Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 12,627, dated April 3, 1855; extended seven years; reissue No. 3,782, dated December 28, 1869."

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  • December 28, 1869

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  • December 28, 1869

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Hall, Thomas J. Improvement in Plows., patent, December 28, 1869; [Washington D.C.]. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth165341/: accessed December 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.