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JOHNSON, CAMMELL, & CO.,

CYCLOPS STEEL WORKS, SHEFFIELD;

JOHNSON, CAMMELL, & Co., No. 5, BARGE-YARD, CITY, LONDON;

JOHNSON, CAMMELL, & Co., HAMBURGH;

JOHNSON, CAMMELL, & Co., No. 100, WILLIAM-STREET, NEW YORK,

Respectfully solicit M Anufacturers, Merchants, and Consumers gonerally, to inspect the various operations at their Works as above, and the extensive Assortment of Patterns at their London, Hamburgh, and New York Houses.

JOHNSON, CAMMELL, & CO.

have availed themselves of every improvement, and of all the facilities of railway transit, enabling them, combined with their Forges, Tilts, and Rolling Mills, to produce their renowned and universally approved

STEEL;

Namely. Cemented Blister Q> and other Bar; Double-refined Cast Steel; Warranted Double Sheer Steel; Improved

prepared elastic Spring;' Steel, in plane, concave, double concave, and patent ribbed Plates or Bars;

and every other description of Steel used for Machinery, Engineering, Locomotive, and Railway purposes.

JOHNSON, CAMMELL, & CO.,

Manufacturers and Merchants, Importers of the most celebrated Brands of

Russian, Swedish, and other foreign Irons,

peculiarly adapted, from the purity of their ore, for STEEL PURPOSES, which arc Carbonized, Converted, Melted, and Refined at their Furnaces at the CYCLOPS STEEL WORKS.

JOHNSON, CAMMELL, & CO.,

MANUFACTURERS OF FILES,

on scientific and peculiar principles, producing their improved and celebrated quality, long known to the Engineering and

Railway world;

INVENTORS OF THE NOW UNIVERSALLY ADOPTED

Curvilinear Tanged files,

Registered No. 665;

SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF THE

Continuous Tooth Concave and Convex files,

for which the MEDAL of the ScoTnsn Society Of Arts And Manufactures was awarded.

J., C, & Co. beg to observe, that in the Hardening and Tempering of PILES they have adopted such decidedly superior principles as to retain and fix in the Steel the greatest possible amount of Carbon, ascertained by considerable research and numerous experiments in chemical science, aided by those safe and invaluable guides, long practice and great experience.

JOHNSON, CAMMELL, & CO.,

MANUFACTURERS OF SPRINGS

for Locomotive Engines, Tenders, Railway Carriages and Waggons; viz. Bearing, Buffing, Spiral,
Patent Bow, Elliptic, Disc, and every description of Springs in use.

In this department the Proprietors respectfully invite Consumers to visit their Works, and inspect the Machinery they have

erected for producing exactness and uniformity.

MANUFACTURERS Of

VICES, HAMMERS, SMITHS* AND SHIPBUILDERS' TOOLS, RAILWAY COUPLING SCREWS,

AND ALL USES IN STEEL AND IRON FOB RAILWAY WORKS.

IN TBI SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS OF THEIR VARIOUS MANUFACTURES THE CYCLOPS STEEL WORKS STAND UNRIVALLED.

Corporation Marks-thk " CAMEL," And " CYCLOPS." [i 255

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Possesses the peculiar merit (/ENTIRELY SEPARATING- tlie liipiidfut of roasted or boiled meat from thegrary, and of thus rendering THE GRAVY as itjlou-sfrom the meat AS PURE as if the fat had been lifted off it wh list both were in a cold state.

MANUFACTURED

In SILVER And PLATED METAL, by Elkjnuton, Mason, & Co., of Birmingham;

In BRITANNIA METAL—of which the one in the Great Exhibition is a specimen—by Shaw & Fisiif.ii, of Sheffield; and

In CHINA And STONEWARE, by Minton & Co., and some other houses, in the Potteries.

To obtain these disltes Retail, the public will please apply to the respective tradesmen with whom they are in the habit of dealing.

OPINION OF M. SOYER.—" Reform Clud, lOih May, 1850. I certainly consider nut Dun a great improvement and boon for epicures. I shall use it to-morrow for some of the first gourmets in the world, and let you know their opinion. *' A. SOYER."

Written Afterwards"The Dish was highly approved of Two or three of th« party would have them. They should be extensively made known by adverti»emrnt. as no epicure would be without one. "A. SOYEU.*'

DIRECTIONS FOR USE.—Shut the communication between the two Receivers. Dish your meat, place it on the dinnertable, and begin to carve; by which time all thefat collected in the first receiver will be floating on the top of the gravy therein, whilst the second receiver will be—and you must see that it really is— quite empty. Now open the communication between the two receivers, when the gravy only will run into the second; which done, again shut the communication between them, until another accumulation of gravy and fat, flowing from the meat, shall have taken place in the first receiver, when again proceed to separate them as before. The only caution of any kind requiring attention being, not to Overfill the first receiver, and thereby to Overflow the fat into the second. Exhibited By The Inventor, JOHN GRAY.

Edinburgh, No. 11, Inrerleith-row, March, 1851. [i 158

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The experience gained by J. & C. R. & Co. in carrying out an extensive Electro business during several years enables them most confidently to recommend its adoption by the Trade generally: by no other known process can those classic and elaborate designs hitherto confined to silver and gold be supplied, nor can perfect colour and clearness of surface be effected but by their patented improvements.

All Depositions made by J. & C. It. & Co., whether of Gold, Silver, Copper, or Brass, on German Silver, Britannia Metal, Iron, Steel, &c, they guarantee to be perfect in adhesion, colour, and durability, and at prices to meet the particular market of every manufacturer. [i 271

rpiMOTHY SMITH & SONS, BRASS FOUND

JL ERS and Manufacturers of Solar, Argyll, CarceL Boat,
and Ship Lamps, Pillars, Candelabra, Gas-Lamps, Chande-
liers, and Mountings generally.—Harcocbtquincey, Agent,
82, Hatton-gardtn, and at Birmingliam. Ls 282

MARTINEAU and SMITH, Manufacturers of
Patent and other Cocks of all descriptions. Also of
House, Turret, Ship, and Hand Bells,&c.—Harcourtqcin-
CEY, Agent, 82, llatton-garden, and at Birmingham. [l283

ROBERT SMITH and CO., GENERAL FAC-
TORS for all descriptions of Export Ironmongery, &c,
for the Home or Foreign 'lrode. Harcourt Qoincey, Agent,
82, llatton-garden, and at Birmingham. [\ 284

IRON CRANES.

STOTHERT, RAYNO, and PITT, Ironfounders and General Engineers, invite the attention of parties requiring Cranes to the one exhibited by them in Section 5. The numerous orders received for all sizes from Government, and the New Dock Companies and Railways, home and foreign, show the estimation in which they are held. Estimates given for all kinds of Railway Fittings, Steam, Gas and Water Work.—Newark Foundry, Bath. [i 176

KITCHEN RANGES and VENTILATING STOVES.—Brown and Green's Patent Ranc.eu a certain cure for a Smoky Chimney, and for Economy, Cleanliness, and Convenience in Cooking is unrivalled. Their Self-acting Cottage Range, with Oven and Boiler, at IN. Crf. each, and their Improved Ranges, with Patent Ovens, are strongly recommended. The Patent Portable Suspension Stove consumes the least Fuel, gives a genial warmth, and thoroughly rentilales the apartment; it is the cheapest of any, and is suited for Bedrooms, Nurseries, Halls, Schools, Libraries, Greenhouses, Chapels, Churches, &c—Manufactory, Luton. Be<ls; Wholesale Agents,H. W. Kennard and Co., 67, Upper Thames-street, London. [j 2 49

CHARLES FARROW,

IRONMONGER, SMITH, BRAZIER, TINMAN, AND GAS-FITTER,

Manufacturer of Machines, Tools, and Utensils for the Wine and Spirit Trade,

18, GREAT TOWER-STREET, LONDON.

(See Illustrated Catalogue.)

WROTJGHT-IBON WINERIES AND SCANTLING.

Copper Measures, Pumps, Cranes, and Funnels.

Corking Machines. Stools, Boots, Drivers, and Floggers.

Masterman's Patent Hottling Apparatus and Corking Machine.

Bottling Pliers and Wires. Braces and Bits.

Bang and Cock Borers.

Coopers' Adzes, Drivers, Beak Irons, and Hammers,

Chisels, Punches, Flagging and Chincing Irons.

Haunches, Shive Virus, Ticklers, Corkscrews of all kinds.

Frets, Nippers, Marking Irons. Shot, Shot Rakes, Cork Drawers.

Skives, Tits, Spiles. Bung Tins, Tacks, Nails, Hamper Cord.

Sampling Irons. Oil Searchers. Glass Tubs and Spitting Pans.

Betts' Patent Metallic Capsules. Stocker's Patent Beer-Enyines.

Automaton Funnels with self-closing Valves.

Bottling, Racking, and Screw Cocks. Electro-Plated Cocks.

Brand Irons, for casks and corks. Stanfoil Mates, Ink, and Brushes.

Bottle Seals, with shitting centres. Sealing Wax. Tinfoil.

Wax Furnaces, Cement Pots, and Stoves. Filtering Bags and Irons.

Bottle Gauges, Bottle Sinkers, and Bottle-Washing Machines.

Cellar Lamps, Oil and Cotton. Cellar Candlesticks, in great variety.

Wood Cans, Cellar Tubs, and Bottling Trays. Bottle Guards.

Velinchers, Filling Cans, Waste Pots, Champagne Knives.

Bin Latlis. Slate, Porcelain, and Painted Bin Labels

Glass Velinchers and Syphons. Porcelain Funnels and Tap Troughs.

Leather, Indian Rubber, and Patent Woven Hose Pipes.

The Registered " Porte Flacon" or Wine Handle.

Bottle Carriers, or Portable Cellarets.

MONTEBELLO'S CORKING MACHINE.

This machine, the invention of the Marquis Alfred de Montebello, of the firm " Due de Montebello," Mareuil-surAy, Champagne, obtained a prize at the French Exposition of 1844, as may be seen from the following:— Estrait du k' Rapport du Jury central mtr rExposition des Pro

dtiits de rindustrie JFrangaise en 1844," tome 2, page 839.

M. Montebello (Alfred lie) att Chateau de Marenil-sur-Ay

{Marne)> et a Paris, litte LaJJitte, 17.

u M. de Montebello a present^ un appareil d'une extreme simplicite destine au bouchage des bouteilles. Cette machine, exempte de tout engrenaye et ressort, agit k I'aide d'un contrepoids qui maiutient la bouteille, d'un levier qui oovre et ferme plus ou raoins un cone creux, sorte de virole brisee, enfin d'un Ixiulon a. tete arrondie qu'il suflit de pousser pour faire penctrer, dans le goulot de la bouteille, le bouclion allonge et retrcci entre les viroles du eGne creux.

** On evite ainsi de tordre et de rompre la fete des houchons; il en result*? une economic notable, et un service plus facile et plus prompt. Aucune alteration n'est a redouter dans les organes d'un mcchanisme aussi simple.

(See Illustrated Catalogue.)

"Pour un perfect! onn em en t sur lequel la pratique a deja prononce, le jury central decerne a M. du Montebello une medaille de bronze."

C. Farrow has much pleasure in referring to the annexed letter from the inventor to his correspondents in Loudon :—

"Chateau de Mareuil-sur-Ay, Feb. 6, 1S48. "Dear Sirs,—I am gratified by Mr. Farrow's approval of my Corking Machine, and you may give him my full permission to make and sell as many as he can. I have little doubt but that it may prove as useful in England as we find it in Champagne. Herewith I send \ou the published proceedings of our last 'K.\position,' when the medal for this machine was decreed to me. A full specification of it U there given, which you may let Mr. Farrow copy.

*' I am, dear Sirs, with known regard,

"Your obedient humble servant,

"Alfred Dl MontenELLo. "Messrs. Richard Symonds & Son,

"2, lug ram-court, Fenc/turvli-strect, London." Cs 96

GAKMilKK WORKS, NEAR GLASGOW.

THE GARNKERK COAL COMPANY,

MANUFACTURERS OF

FUENACES for SMELTING IRON, GLASS, &C, and SMALL FIRE-BRICKS for MALLEABLE IRON WORKS—for home sale and exportation.

Fine selected and prepared CLAY for Glass-house Pots, Crucibles, &c.

Also, ORNAMENTAL VASES and FOUNTAINS, to stand any climate, salt glazed TUBES for Water and Sanitary purposes.

From the great extent of the Works, large Foreign orders can be speedily fulfilled. Nearly Eight Millions of Fire Bricks are manufactured annually.

Office, 5, Catiicart-street, Glasgow. February, 1851. [i 79

BIDDULPH, JOHN, Manager.

CWM AVON

IRON, COPPER, AND TIN-PLATE WORKS.

IRON.—Railway Bars, Angle, Tyre, and Knee Iron,
Cable, and all other descriptions of Bars, Bolts, Sheets,
Boiler-plates, and ("Glamorgan") Canada plates.
TIN PLATES.—Tin. Tole, and Ternc Plates.
COPPER.—Tiles, Cakes, and Ingots.

Naphtha, Limesalt, Sugar of Lead, &C. &c, also

manufactured here.

All Orders to be addressed as above.

The character of these Works for the superiority of their

Tin, Tole, and Terne Plates has been established for thirty

years, and the quality of the Canada Plates, Sheets, Cable

iron, and Railway Bars, having been submitted to the most

severe tests by eminent Engineers, is admitted to be equal

to any manufactured in South Wales. [i 44

TURNIP AND GRASS SEEDS.

J MORRISON and SON, NURSERYMEN and . SEED FARMERS, MONTCUFFER, ABERDEENSHIRE, and of BANFF, BANFFSHIRE, SCOTLAND continue to execute orders for their celebrated GOLDEN YELLOW and other Turnip Seeds; as also GRASS SEEDS for Lawns and Pastures. [i 15

WEDLAKE and CON NEW MACHINE for

a Cutting Straw into Chaff, and Bruising Oats, at same time or alternately, 42*. Plough Turnip-cutter; Oil-cake Breakers; Haymaking Machine; Horse Hay-rake; Chaff Machine; Bean Mills; Gorse or Furze bruising Machine; Subsoil Plough; Seed and Manure Drills; Dressing or Winnowing Machines; Flour Mills; Threshing Machines; Scarifier or Grubber; Seed Machine; Iron Field-Roller; Barley Machines; Smut-cleaning Machines; Scotch Carts; Waggons;- Harrows; Horse Hoe; Churns.—Liberal discount for cash.—On receiving six stamps, an illustrated list in English (1». in French, Italian, or German) will be sent.

118, Fenchurch-street. [l 182

PATENT MACHINES for PLANING, MOULD. 1 ING, MORTISING,TENONING and BORING, either in hard or soft wood, which entirely supersede hand-labour for these purposes and make superior work at a greatly reduced cost. They are suitable for and used by Carpenters, Joiners, Builders, Coachmakers, Railroad Carriage and Waggon Builders, Cabinet Manufacturers, Pianoforte-makers, Engineers, &c. &c.

These very valuable Machines have been used in constructing the Exhibition Building, the Houses of Parliament, St. George's Hall, Liverpool, and also by the Honourable Board of Ordnance at the Woolwich Dockyard, and by most of the first Builders, Engineers, and Machinists in the Kingdom, which is considered a sufficient guarantee of their great utility, simplicity, and worth.

Sold by the Patentee,

WILLIAM FURNESS,

20, Lawton Street, Liverpool, and at the Great ExhiBition Building, where all the Machines may be seen in daily operation. [i 82

DR. ARNOTT'S STOVE.

OF the many new plans and devices that have from time to time been brought before the public for Warmin<r Rooms and Buildings, it may be said that not one in point of efficiency and economy has come up to the ARNOTT STOVE ;—not the so-called Arnott Stove, that has been as extensively abused as manufactured by various makers in the trade, but the Stove made upon the original simple and sound principles of Dr. Arnott; which, with the addition of the improvements made by the Doctor about eight years since, has become established as the most serviceable and efficient invention for Warming that the public have yet geen. The peculiar advantages which the Stove jiossesses may be just stated. The temperature of the heat diffused by the Stove is comfortably warm and uniform, rendering every portion of the place perfectly and equally agreeable. There is very little trouble connected with the management of the Stove: it only requires replenishing with fuel twice in the twenty-four hours. The cost of the consumption of fuel is exceedingly moderate—more so, indeed, than that of any other Stove, especially considering the amount of heat diffused.

The Stove has been manufactured and in extensive use for many years in all parts of the country, and the truth of its superiority has become incontrovertibly tested: an evidence of which is in the large number of testimonials which F. E. possesses from parties who have had several years' experience with the Stove. One or two will here be presented :—

From Messrs. S. Courtauld, Taylor, andCourtauld, Booking, Essert and Carey-lane, Cheapside, London.

"Booking, Oct. 17. 1850. "Sir,—Absence from home and many pressing engagements have prevented our replying to your letter before. In respect to the Arnott Stove, we have no hesitation in saying that we consider it very far superior to any other description of close stove we have ever seen, when so constructed as to carry out Dr. Anion's principle; and we have pleasure in stating that your Stoves on this principle, of which we have had several in constant use through many winters, seem exceedingly well made, and have given us great satisfaction.

"Wc are, Sir,

"Your obedient servants, "Mr. F. Edwards." "S. Courtauld & Co.

From the Rev. Dr. Crown, Chepstow.

"Chepstow, Aug. 17,1850. "sir,—After trying various Stoves, said to be of Dr. Arnott's invention, all of which were more or less imperfect and unsatisfactory, I was directed by Dr. Arnott to those made by you. For about six years I have had your Stoves in use during the winter months, and have found them, for economy of fuel, cleanliness, safety, saving of time, and equality of healthy delightful temperature, all that I had looked for. Hence I have recommended Arnott Stoves, as made by you; and continue to recommend them to my friends with greatest confidence.

"I remain, Sir,

"Your faithful servant, "Mr. F. Edwards." "T. J. Brown.

F. Edwards has models for 40 different sizes and patterns of Arnott Stoves.

A prospectus containing full particulars, with list of prices and sizes, &c, with some testimonials, to be had on application.

DR. ARNOTT'S CHIMNEY VENTILATING VALVE.

The attention of the Public has been of late much drawn to the subject of Ventilation; and Dr. Arnott's VENTILATING VALVE is becoming universally applied as the most complete and efficient means that can be adopted to effectually ventilate rooms. But while great advantage has arisen through the use of Dr. Ahj>ott's Ventilator, many persons have met with great disappointment through having purchased articles which, through being imperfectly made, have become a nuisance by admitting smoke into the room, instead of being an absolute benefit This misfortune has arisen through many in the trade (and some of them most respectable parties) having taken up the Ventilator, and have not fully understood, or have not paid sufficient attention to, its construction. The Public can only rest assured that they are having perfect articles by applying to F. Edwards, who has paid much attention to the Valve, and is the party who has made them under Dr. Aknott's immediate direction. In most of the public buildings in London the Valve has been extensively applied, and carried out by F. Edwards with the greatest success. He has also put up many thousands in the private residences of all classes; and he has always found it to give universal satisfaction. Prices from 6*. to 35s. Prospectuses, with particulars and prices, to be had on application.

SMOKEYCHIMNEYS.NO CURE,N0 PAY

With many years' experience in every branch of his business, F. Edwards is enabled to undertake the Cure of Smoky Chimneys on the above satisfactory terms, estimates for which would be previously given.

Parties furnishing houses would find it much to their advantage to purchase their Stoves and kitchen Ranges of F. E., as all that are sold by him are fitted up in the most perfect manner, relative alike to the principles of radiation and economy as to the prevention of any chance of the escape of smoke.

FREDERICK EDWARDS,

STOVE-MAKER TO HER MAJESTY,

42, POLAND-STREET, OXFORD-STREET, I.0XD0N.

(Set Exhibition Official Cataltigvtt.') [l 166

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MANUFACTURING AND FURNISHING IRONMONGERS TO THE QUEEN; PaUnUa and Manufacturers of Improved Kitchen Range; Bath, Heating, and Culinary Apparatus, Stove Grata, frc,;

61, GEORGE-STEEET, EDINBURGH.

\M PROVE bn^T^HYlN RANGES.

By the Queen's Royal Letters Patent granted to

W& P. STEELE, of 61, Geob«e-st*eet, in the city of Edinburgh, for IMPROVEMENTS in . KITCHEN RANGES for CULINARY PURPOSES, and APPARATUS for RAISING the TEMPERATURE of WATER for BATHS and other uses.

The Patentees beg leave to state that many of their PATENT RANGES are now in full operation; and wherever the Apparatus has been put up, it continues to give the most unbounded satisfaction. The Patentees have had the honour to receive several very flattering letters from families of distinction, for whom Ranges have been fitted up, bearing testimony, in the most unqualified terms, as to the Efficiency, Usefulness, and Economy in the Consumption or Fuel, by the use of the Patentees' Improved Apparatus.

The Patent Range is constructed in all its parts on Scientific Principles, and contains ample Range Bars for Roasting and Boiling, with one or more Ovens, and a SPACIOUS BOILING-TABLE or HOT HEARTH—all of which are fitted up on the principle of perfect Ventilation. A large Boiler in the Range atfords a constant and ample supply of Hot Water, and is suited to Cook by Steam ; also, APPARATUS WHICH GIVES THE POWER OF HEATING A RESERVOIR of Water at the Top of the House, one hundred feet more or less above the level of the kitchen, from which Reservoir Hot water can be distributed all over the house, and by means of which A BATH MAY BE GOT READY FOR USE AT A MOMENT'S NOTICE, during any hour of the day, or even at midnight, in cases of sudden indisposition. Means are also provided for effectually and speedily Cleansing Out The Boilers, without further trouble to servants than merely turning one or two stop-cocks, so that Hot Water may at all times be had Free of SEDIMENT AND PERFECTLY PURE. The whole is effected BY ONE OPEN FIRE, before which Meat may be Roasted in the usual manner, besides effecting a saving of at least Half the Quantity of Fuel used in apparatus of ordinary construction.

The above Culinary Apparatus is therefore confidently recommended to public notice as the best and most economical Range at present in use, and will be found admirably adapted for the Mansions of Nobility and Gentry, Clubhouses, Hotels, or other similar establishments.

A Prospectus, containing a fuller detail of the Range, may be had, and every information furnished, on application at the Patentees Works, No. 61, George-street. Edinburgh.

Plans furnished for all the requisite Hreplaces and Fittings in the Culinary, Still-room, Laundry, and Bath-room departments, or for the supply of Hot Water for Bath-rooms and other domestic purposes throughout the mansion. Alterations, Erections, and general arrangements connected therewith, superintended by one of the Partners in town or country.

Warming and Ventilating of Mansions, Dwelling-houses, Conservatories, &c, on an improved principle, by Hot Water or Heated Air.

W. U. P. S. manufacture every description of Improved Culinary Apparatus, including Kitchen Ranges, with or without Boilers and Ovens; Smoke, Water, and Wind-up Jacks of Improved Construction; Boiling Tables, with or without Grilling Stoves and Hot Press. Steam-cooking Apparatus in sets or single. Hot Closets, Charcoal Tables, &c.

W. k P. Steele's extensive stock includes many very beautiful designs in Drawing-room, Dining-room, and Parlour Grates, &c, fitted up as Registers, or as Kinnaird Grates, so much recommended for Curing Smoky Vents and throwing out Heat, together with every requisite in General Ironmongery. HOUSE FURNI6H1NG, all of first-rate quality, and moderate in price.

W. k P. S. beg also to state that, from their long experience and extensive practice in every department of House Furnishing, they are enabled to execute all orders intrusted to their care in the most prompt and satisfactory manner. Experienced Workmen sent to any part of the United Kingdom. Country Orders promptly attended to.

Self-heating, Flange, Shower, Vapour, Nursery, and Chamber BATHS in great variety. [' l W

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