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Patent infringement -- Great Britain.
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    E-RESOURCE 1873

The Bovill patent : a collection of the summings-up judgments in the litigation under the patent of 5th June, 1849, granted to the late G.H. Bovill for improvements in the manufacture of flour / with an introduction and some observations by W.W. Wynn

    Bovill, George Hinton, 1821-1868, plaintiff.
London : Stevens & Haynes,        1 online resource (264 pages, 3 unnumbered leaves of plates) : illustrations. 1873
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    E-RESOURCE 1856

The case of Josiah Marshall Heath the inventor and introducer of the manufacture of welding cast steel from British iron / [electronic resource] : by Thomas Webster.

    Webster, Thomas, 1810-1875.
London : W. Benning & Co., F. Elsworth ; Dublin : Hodges & Smith ; Edinburgh : Thomas Clark ; Boston : Little & Brown,        xxiv, 115 p. 1856
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    E-RESOURCE 1876

Doubling and winding cotton, &c. letters patent to Robert Smith, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, machinist, for the invention of "Improvements in machinery for doubling and winding cotton and other yarns and threads." / [electronic resourc

    Smith, Robert.
London : Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty,        7 p. : ill. 1876
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    E-RESOURCE 1870

Doubling and winding machines letters patent to Walter McGee and William McGee, both of paisley, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, engineers, for the invention of "Improvements in machinery for doubling and winding fibrous materials." / [elect

    McGee, William.
London : Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty,        5 p. : ill. 1870
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    E-RESOURCE 1803

Proceedings in a suit in chancery and the trial of a cause instituted in the Court of King's Bench : by Messrs. Tennant, Mackintosh, Knox, Cooper & Dunlop, in the name of Mr. Charles Tennant, of Darnley, near Glasgow, against Messrs. James Slater, Ja

    Tennant, Charles, plaintiff.
Manchester : Printed and sold by R. & W. Dean,        1 online resource (216, 19 pages, 4 unnumbered leaves of plates) : illustrations. 1803
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