Internal-Combustion Engine.

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Patent for an internal combustion engine that improves on an explosive engine with two hollow pistons, one of which slides within the other and both are connected to a triple crank shaft, so that they reciprocate simultaneously in opposite directions. The invention improves on the construction, arrangement, and combination of parts of the explosive engine.

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2 sheets [1], 1 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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Bogusch, Emil Gustave & Slator, M. D. October 28, 1913.

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  • Bogusch, Emil Gustave Emile Gustave Bogusch, of Llano, Texas, assignor of one-half to M . D. Slator, of Llano, Texas.

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  • Slator, M. D. Emile Gustave Bogusch, of Llano, Texas, assignor of one-half to M . D. Slator, of Llano, Texas.

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  • Main Title: Internal-Combustion Engine.
  • Added Title: Internal Combustion Engine.

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Patent for an internal combustion engine that improves on an explosive engine with two hollow pistons, one of which slides within the other and both are connected to a triple crank shaft, so that they reciprocate simultaneously in opposite directions. The invention improves on the construction, arrangement, and combination of parts of the explosive engine.

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2 sheets [1], 1 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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"Application filed April 30, 1913. Serial No. 764,559."

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  • October 28, 1913

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  • October 28, 1913

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  • April 30, 1913

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Bogusch, Emil Gustave & Slator, M. D. Internal-Combustion Engine., patent, October 28, 1913; [Washington D.C.]. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth859775/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.