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R. GARRETT AND SON, LEISTON WORKS, NEAR SAXMTTNDHAM, SUFFOLK,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND STEAM ENGINES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
R. Garrett and Son beg reference to the Official Catalogue for descriptions of their Implements and Machinery exhibited at the Great National Exposition of 1851. They will have pleasure in supplying their Illustrated Catalogues, in the English and French languages, containing particulars and prices of all Implements and Machines required for Agricultural purposes, together with any further information that may be required, on application, by post or otherwise, at the Works, as above.
All implements delivered carriage-free to London, Hull, or Newcastle-on- Tyne, or to any station on the Eastern Counties Railway.
Implements Tacked And Shipped From Any Port In England For Abroad. (See Catalogue.') [i 137
IV EAR STROUD,
JOHN FERRABEE AND SONS,
ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS, MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, AND MANUFACTURERS
OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
UNDERTAKE THE CONSTRUCTION AND ERECTION, IN THE BEST STYLE, OF
STEAM ENGINES,—Boilers and their appendages, Cast and Wrought Iron Cisterns and Tanks.
MILL GEARING,—Cast and Wrought Iron Shafting ; Couplings; Spur, Beril, and Mitre Wheels; Hangers,
Pedestals, Fixings, Drums, Strap "W heels, &c.
Mill Hursts and Stones, Flour Machines, Smut Machines, Separators, Dusters, Meal and Corn Worms and Elevators, Hoisting Tackle, Mill-stone Provers and Picks, Iron Sack BarrowB, &c.
MACHINES FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF "WOOLLEN CLOTH,
Carding and Scribbling Machines, Spinning Machines (Mules), Power Looms, Fulling Stocks, Iron Washer Rollers, Iron Roiling Rollers & Cisterns, Gig Mills, Shearing Machines, Brushers, Grinding Machines, Indigo Mills, Hydraulic Presses, &c.
MACHINES, PUMPS, TOOLS, ETC.,
Leather Levelling Machines, Carpet and llenrth-Kug Shearing Machines, Hot-water Apparatuses, Lifting and Force Pumps, Circular-saw Benches, Cranes, Crabs, Windlasses, Lifting Jacks, Fan Blowers, Lock-gate Paddle Winders, Cart and Waggon Arms, Cart Axles, Screw Wrenches, Strap Punches, Strap Screws, Straps, &c.
AGRICULTURAL MACHINES AND IMPLEMENTS. An improved and complete system of Machinery for Thrashing and Dressing all kinds of Corn, the whole of which may
rick Stands, One-horse Carts, Wheels and Axles for Carts.
BUDDING'S PATENT MOWING MACHINE, •for Lawns, Pleasure-grounds, Bowling-greens, &c. J. F. ami Sons have manufactured and sold Itettveen 3000 and 4000 of these Machines—a conclusive proof of their utility. Messrs. Kansomes and May, of Ipswich, are the sole wholesale Agents for the sale of them in London and the Eastern Counties. £, jgg
PROPRIETOR OF THE ORIGINAL PATENT FOR
METALLIC MILITARY BEDSTEADS;
Patentee and Manufacturer of others upon improved principles; also Manufacturer of Brass Desk, Pew, Organ, and other Railing; Window Cornices, Patent Curtain Bands anil Ends; Glass Cornice Rings; Locomotive Railings and Mouldings; Brass and Zinc Name Plates for Shop Fronts; Sash Bars and Window Guards; Candle Chandeliers and Sconces; Patent Tubes, by the New Patent Process, whether Taper or Double; Picture, Pulley, Curtain, Wardrobe, and Stair Rods, Astragals, and Beading; Window Fronts, Mouldings, Plates, and Guards; Balustrades; Fire Screen Stands and Arms; Bonnet, Hat, Cloak, and Umbrella Stands; Brass and Iron Reclining and other Chairs; Gas Chandeliers, Pillars, Branches, and Fittings of all kinds; Tubing of every description, rough and finished; Brass and Copper Wire, and Rolled Metals.
Cambridge-street Works, Birmingham; London, 141, Fleet-street; and
Brussels, Corr Vander Maeren & Co.
R. W. WINFIELD'S Show Rooms contain Specimens of his Patent Metallic Military, Travelling, and House Bedsteads, so much in use at Home and Abroad; with many other Articles of Furniture in Brass, Bronze, Or-molu, and imitation of Silver; together with Gas Fittings of every Description, and a variety of other Articles of his Manufacture. The Portable Bedsteads are admirably adapted for use in the Camp, or for Travelling; and are also well suited for Officers in the Army and Navy. [l 291
PUBLIC SEWERS, AND DRAINS IN HOUSES, WORKS, YARDS,
Patronized and used at the Model Cottages in Hyde Park (oppotUt the Exhibition Building) now bring erected for His, Royal Highness Prince Albert, under the direction of Henry Roberts, Esq.,F.S.A., Honorary Architect to the Society for the Improvement of the Condition of the Labouring Classes.
The advantages of the Effluvia-Trap Sewer Gratings, over the Bell, Syphon, Flap, or Drop Traps, consist in their combining, in a simple, cheap, and compact form, a Sewer or Sough Grating, an Effluvia- Trap, a Sediment-Trap, and a VerminTrap all together; they are the only Effluvia-Trap which can be cleansed without allowing the effluvia to escape.
The simplicity of their construction, their general applicability, tlie ease with which they are examineil and cleansed, their solidity ■ of form and durability, perfect efficiency ami cheapness, recommend them to the notice of Corporations, Architects, Surveyors, Builders Contractors, the Trustees of Public Hospitals and Institutions, and all persons interested in the Sanitary Improvement of Towns, and to the Occupiers of all Houses where the Drainage is connected with the Main Sewers.
Upwards of twenty thousand of the Patent Grids are now in use by the Corporations, Surveyors, Commissioners of Sewers, or Local Boards of Health, in London and the principal Cities and Towns in the Kingdom.
THE NUMBERS, SIZES, WEIGHTS, AND PRESENT PRICES, IN CAST IRON, ARE AS FOLLOW, viz.—
Anv larger or intermediate sizes made to order, with cither square or round bottoms, flat, concave, or convex tops, with or without flanges, nnd also with combined horizontal and perpendicular gratings. The usual trade allowance to Ironmonaers • and a liberal discount to Corporations, Local Boards of Health, Contractors, and Archdects. 'Licensed Makers in London :—H. W. Kf.nnahd and Co., 67. I'pper Thames Street.
Wholesale Ageid, London.-—W. K. Wiivteiiead, Civil and Mechanical Engineer, GO, Cornhill.
NEW INVENTED SELF-ACTING
REQUIRES NO TENT-PEG!!!
Prevents ale, beer, cider, or other liquors from becoming flat or acid 80 effectually that the last pint shall be drawn as good as the first.
Warranted to repay its coat ia two casks of ale.
Price 4». 6rf., or sent free to any part of England (if two are taken) at 5*. 3d. each. Ditto, electro-plated, much used for Sherries, fcc, on tap, &». 6rf. each.
The above engraving will explain its action. When the loose key is fitted on the top of the plug C (which has a hole opposite the air-tube H), sufficient air rushes through it into the cask to cause the liquor to run off freely; when the tap is turned off no more air can enter.
14, KING WILLIAM-STREET, MANSION-HOUSE.
JVbne are genuine except stamped with his name and address.
N.B.—This tap is the most simple and least liable to get out of order of any yet invented. [i 126
POTTERY, BRICKS, TILES, &c,
COMBINE ECONOMY of FUEL with the production of first-rate goods, at a reduced loss and less cost in wear and tear. The construction differs materially from that of the old kilns. There is only one fireplace, which is beneath the kiln: the heat ascends by means of a central tubo and the internal walls; and, as there is no opening at top, descends, thoroughly burning the goods, and passing off by wall vents. The smoke is consumed, the management easy; and when built in pairs, or sets of four, the spare heat passes from one to the other, thereby still further increasing the saving.
For particulars apply to Mr. Ridswat, Cauldon-place Wharf Staffordshire Potteries. fi 13*
J. B. HAMMILL'S PATENT.
GAS COOKING STOVES.
THIS superior method of Cooking being now genenerally recognised, Messrs. Grigs and Jexkixson have devoted much time and expense to bring forward an apparatus embracing all the excellences and requirements of a complete GAS COOKING STOVE. It accomplishes to perfection Roasting, Baking (of Meat, Bread, Pastry, fcc), Boiling, or Broiling, and can be had either with or without a Boiler. If with a Boiler, steaming or warming any part of the house by hot-water circulation can be effected, or a warm bath had instantaneously, without additional trouble or expense. They are made of various construction, so as to meet the means and uses of all classes; and the prices range from a very low scale upwards.
The Public are respectfully invited to inspect the Stove in operation every day at the Manufacturers',
GRIGG & JE\kI\S0\,
119 & 120, BUNHILL-ROW. [l 98
REGISTERED IMPROVEMENTS IN STOVE GRATES.—PIERCE'S newly invented Pvro-pneoHatic Stove Grate, the Universal Fire-eump Grate, which requires no fixing, being made in one entire piece, having capacious and safe hobs, strong octagonshape bars, and double table-bar trivet.
Also PIERCE'S ImProved COTTAGERS' GRATES, for warming two rooms with one small firs.
The above are the Best And Cheapest Grates for all useful purposes ever submitted to public notice, and are most strongly recommended by the entire public press. Prices, from 11*. 6d. to 30*.
Prospectuses and every information afforded at the Warehouse and Manufactory, 5, Jermtn-street, Regent-strest.
Detailed particulars of the above improvements will be found in the body of this work. [i 205
H. BOOTH & CO.
are permitted to refer to the Spindles in the Spinning-mules of Messrs. HIBBERT, PLATT, And SONS, Oldham,
Messrs. PARR, CURTIS, And MADELEY, Manchester, NOW AT WORK IN THE EXHIBITION,
Amounting to 1642 Mule Spindles, all made by H. B. & Co. They have also permission to refer to some of the largest Firms in ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, And On The CONTINENT,
Messrs. HORROCK8ES, MILLER, and Co., Preston, Who have about 100,000 Mule Spindles at Work, all made
by H. B. & Co.
RUSSIAN COTTON-SPINNING MANUFACTORY, ST. PETERSBURG!!, &c. &C. [i 223
Light, Cheap, and Durable Roofing.
ASPHALTE ROOFING FELT
Is perfectly impervious to Rain, Snow, and Frost, and has been tested by a long and extensive experience In All Climates. Saves half the timber required for slates; can be laid on with great facility by iarm servants or unpractised persons. price^ Id. per square foot.
v ii (i v r o \' s PATENT NON-CONDUCTING FELT,
FOR STEAM BOILERS AND PIPES,
Sires 25 per cent, of Fuel.
Samples and Testimonials sent by post on application to
Croocon & Co., 2, Dowgate-hill, London, who also supply
Ship-sheathing Felt, and Inodorous Felt for Damp
Walls, &e. (See Catalogue.) Cr 243
J. WILKIE & Co., AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKERS,
UDD1NGSTON, Near GLASGOW. Agents in London, Messrs. Bakticum And Pretymaw,
Upper Thames-street. Cr 233
P. STANLEY, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEFf i MENT MAKER Peterborough, has for disposal 3 Brass Chandeliers for Candles, 2-Tier high, 6 Lights in each Tier, 4 feet by 4 feet; one Chandelier as above, with 16 Lights, 4 feet 6 inches; eight Chandeliers as above, with 8 Lights each, 3 feet 6 inches. The above are modern, in good condition, and suitable for a Church or Chapel. Cr 216
TILE, PIPE, AND BRICK MACHINE
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES OF ENGLAND
North Lancashire, Great Yorkshire, North Staffordshire, Jr., combining the practical advantages of the Vertical and Horizontal principles of working in one machine—least draught, most rapid and greatest scope of manufacture, as proved by Dynamometer. Vide Jour. Sou. Ay. Soc. Eng, Dec. IBM, Also PRIZE PUGING BULLS, DRAINING TOOLS, and Implements, of
H. CLAYTON, PATENTEE,
where full particulars may be obtained, and at the Manufac-
BUTTON * CO., RUNCORN, CHESHIRE,
MANUFACTURERS OF SCHOOL SLATES,
FOR HOME USE AND EXPORTATION, [m
NEW and WONDERFUL PORTABLE GASLIGHT.—The Patentee has invented a Self-generating Gas Apparatus, producing a light of surpassing power and brilliancy, which, for economy and utility combined, has never yet been equalled.
This extraordinary Lamp, without wick or glass, is constructed to generate Gas from a cheap liquid, by a selfacting and simple process, producing a Pure Brilliant Light, equal to the Best Gas-burner, at the small expense of one farthing per hour. Can be carried about with perfect safety, and the light can be increased or reduced at pleasure by a stop-tap.
The tenacity of its flame renders it peculiarly available for Shops, Railways, Places of Worship, Mills, Streets, Booths, Market-stalls, Stables, Dye-houses. Breweries, Inns, Workshops, Schools, Steamers, Ships, &c. Its superiority over every other description of Lamp is beyond comparison, both in cost, simplicity of management, and quantity of light.
Though 20,000 have been sold the first winter, it still has the merit of novelty and utility; and is well worth the attention of Gas-fitters, Lamp-dealers, ice.
The original cost of Holliday's Apparatus, patented 1850, is from 6». each (complete) and upwards, according to size and ornamental embellishments. It requires no connection to pipes or meters, thus avoiding the first expense of gas-fittings, and the misunderstandings which frequently take place between gas companies and gas consumers. The new Lamp is free from smoke, smell, or danger, and will burn for 14 hours without attention. In short, its cheapness, its utility, its brilliancy, and its simplicity of management, at once combine to render the invention one of the greatest acquisitions and triumphs in this department of modern science.
To be seen in every style, as well for the cottage as the mansion, and prospectus with engravings had, at Read Holliday and Co.'s Works, Huddeksfield, and 128,
HOLBOKN-HILL, LONDON, [l l'JO
HYDRO.EXTRACTOR, OR CENTRIFUGAL DRYING MACHINES.
MANLOVE, ALLIOTT, And LEYRIG, PATENTEES, LENTON WORKS, Hear NOTTINGHAM.
THESE MACHINES are made to revolve at great speeds, and the centrifugal tendency thereby imparted to the materials intended to be dried causes the moisture contained therein to be nearly instantaneously extracted, without heat, wringing, or strain of any kind, so that the very finest fabrics that can be manufactured are not in the least injured by the process. The introduction and use of these Machines have caused very great improvements to be made in many of the most important branches of Manufactures, and almost every day develops new and valuable applications of their principle of action. They are now considered indispensable to Bleachers, Printers, Dyers, Silk.throwsters, Woollen Manufacturers, and in finishing fabrics of almost every description, and are also applied with great advantage to the extracting of moisture from Starch and other crystalline and drainoble substances. The Machines have also been applied with great success to the cleaning of Wool, Corn, or other substances, by passing water through the wool or other substance whilst in the Machine, previous to the drying operation, when the great force given to the water by the action of the Machine is by centrifugal tendency caused to pass with immense speed through the materials, and thus carries away with it all impurities. The Machines are adapted to work by hand as well as by steampower, and have been found most economical, safe, and invaluable for the use of Baths and Washhouscs, Laundries, Asylums, Hospitals, and Union Workhouses, as by their use "the wear and destruction of clothes produced by ordinary
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wringing is entirely avoided. For Asylums and Work houses the remark made in reference to cleaning Wool appliei with great force, as the clothes are thus entirely freed from all impurities, some of which con scarcely be removed by any other process. Further particulars may be had from the Patentees, who are the sole makers of the Machine.—
nil impurities, some of which can scarcely be removed by any ot
Address, Maslove, Alliott, and Leyrig, Lenton »»r*> Koitingham. L12ua
Bramah's Original Continuous Principle, with Hayward
Tyler and Co.'s Improvements.
No. 1, Maximum of product 150 dor. per day.
2, . „ „ 100 .„ „
3, „ „ 80 „ „
Hayward Tyler y Co.'s Patent Improved Continuous Principle,
with Beam Action. Single. — No. 1, Maximum of product 150 doz. per day.
2, „ „ 100 „
3, „ „ 80 „ „
4, 60 n Double.—No. 1, „ „ 300 doz. per day.
2, „ „ 200 „
Hayward Tyler §• Co.'s Patent Improved Continuous Principle, with Direct Action. Single.—No. 1, Maximum of product 150 doz. per day. 2, „ „ 100 „
4, „ „ 60 „
Double.—No. 1, „ „ 300 doz. per day.
2, „ „ 200 „
These Patent Soda-Water Machines are warranted superior in workmanship to any hitherto manufactured, and for solidity of construction, power, and simplicity, stand unrivalled. They are admirably adapted for exportation, as they could be packed in one case without taking them to pieces, and can be set to work, and Soda-Water made from them, in an hour after arrival at their destination.
Every other description of Soda-Water Machines, Improved Bottling Machines, Cylinders and Pillars for SodaWater Fountains, &C. &C.
Diagrams sent to any part on application at the Manufactory.
To prevent disappointment and loss by the substitution of inferior and pirated imitations of their Machines, Hayward Tyler and Co. beg respectfully to request particular attention in copying the Address, 85, Uiter Whitecross-street, London.
Extract from an Unsolicited and Spontaneous Report of the Working of one of Hayward Tyler and Co.'s Machines. "Bombay, Aug. 31, 1850. "The Double Soda-Water Machine, which we got from you through Messrs. E. and Co. is still working beautifully, and has never required the least repair, though in constant use for upwards of four years, and left almost entirely to the management of natives." (See Catalogue.")
Hydraulic Presses, Steam Engines, frc. CS 241