United States of America. To all to whom these letters patent may come [electronic resource] : Whereas Enoch Burt and George Carriel, of Manchester, Connecticut, have alledged that they have invented a new and useful improvement in the machine for dusting rags ... a description whereof is given in the words of the said Enoch Burt and George Carriel, in the schedule, hereto annexed ... In testimony whereof I have caused these letters to be made patent ... Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, this twenty-eighth day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six ...
- Related Titles:
- Burt & Carriel's rag duster
- Signed: John Forsyth, secretary of state. Countersigned and sealed with the seal of the Patent Office. Henry L. Ellsworth, commissioner of patents.
Followed by: Burt & Carriel's rag duster. ... The schedule referred to in these letters patent and making part of the same. ... For the encouragement of paper manufacturers who may wish to avail themselves of the above improvement ... Communications may be addressed to us at Manchester, Conn., or Westfield, Mass. Enoch Burt, George Carriel, patentees.
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