United States Patents 1790/1791

Gears01United States Patents 1790/1791

Hopkins, Samuel on July 31, 1790
#X000001 making pot and pearl ashes CONSTRUCTION

Sampson, Joseph Stacey on August 6, 1790
#X000002 manufacturing candles HOUSEHOLD/INDUSTRIAL

Evans, Oliver on December 18, 1790
#X000003 manufacturing flour and meal INDUSTRIAL

Baily, Francis on January 29, 1791
#X000004 punches for types TOOLS

Putnam, Aaron on January 29, 1791
#X000005 improvement in distilling BOOZE

Stone, John on March 10, 1791
#X000006 driving piles for bridges INDUSTRIAL

Mulliken, Samuel on March 11, 1791
#X000007 machine for threshing grain and corn FARMING/TOOLS

Mulliken, Samuel on March 11, 1791
#X000008 breaking and swingling hemp INDUSTRIAL

Mulliken, Samuel on March 11, 1791
#X000009 machine for cutting and polshing marble INDUSTRIAL/TOOLS

Mulliken, Samuel on March 11, 1791
#X000010 machine for raising a nap on cloths INDUSTRIAL

Parkinson, George on March 17, 1791
#X000011 machine for spinning flax, hemp, etc. INDUSTRIAL

Dickerson, Jonathan on July 30, 1791
#X000012 improvement in tide mills INDUSTRIAL

Briggs, Samuel, Sr. and Briggs, Samuel, Jr. on August 2, 1791
#X000013 machine for making nails TOOLS/INDUSTRIAL

Thomson, William on August 2, 1791
#X000014 machine for threshing wheat INDUSTRIAL

Livingston, Robert R. on August 4, 1791
#X000015 diminishing the friction of spindles INDUSTRIAL

Biddis, John & Bedwell, Thomas on August 10, 1791
#X000016 making the extract of barks INDUSTRIAL

Kuhn, Ludwig Conrad on August 10, 1791
#X000017 improved bedstead INDUSTRIAL?

Gordon, Peter on August 10, 1791
#X000018 manufacturing boots INDUSTRIAL

Voight, Henry on August 10, 1791
#X000019 propelling boats by cattle BOATING

Keyser, Henry on August 10, 1791
#X000020 manufacturing gunpowder ARMS

Macomb, James on August 26, 1791
#X000021 horizontal hollow water wheel for mills INDUSTRIAL

Rumsay, James on August 26, 1791
#X000022 improvement of Dr. Barker’s mill INDUSTRIAL

Rumsay, James on August 26, 1791
#X000023 improved mode of working mills INDUSTRIAL

Rumsay, James on August 26, 1791
#X000024 improvement of Savary’s steam engine INDUSTRIAL/BOATING

Rumsay, James on August 26, 1791
#X000025 bellows INDUSTRIAL/TOOLS

Rumsay, James on August 26, 1791
#X000026 generating steam INDUSTRIAL

Rumsay, James on August 26, 1791
#X000027 propelling boats or vessels BOATING

Fitch, John on August 26, 1791
#X000028 propelling boats by steam BOATING

Read, Nathan on August 26, 1791
#X000029 improved boiler of the steam engine INDUSTRIAL

Read, Nathan on August 26, 1791
#X000030 improvement in distilling BOOZE

Stevens, John, Jr. on August 26, 1791
#X000031 boiler for generating steam INDUSTRIAL

Stevens, John, Jr. on August 26, 1791
#X000032 improvement in captain Savary’s steam engine INDUSTRIAL/BOATING

Stevens, John, Jr. on August 26, 1791
#X000033 application of steam to work bellows INDUSTRIAL

Cruse, Englehart on August 26, 1791
#X000034 improvement of Savary’s steam engine INDUSTRIAL/BOATING

Zacharie, Peter on November 24, 1791
#X000035 machine for cleaning docks or harbours BOATING

Pollard, Williamon December 30, 1791
#X000036 machine for spinning cotton INDUSTRIAL

Patent records through July 1836 were burned in a fire. Not all have been consolidated into the new list.
They have been researched and are called “X-Patents” when found. Not all have been consolidated into the new list.
Officially patents of this era have an “X” at the end of the patent number, but that is not always the case.
Research online often put the “x” in the front of the number, and we have used that system
Fractional numbers are designed to update patents, but keep them in sequential order.

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