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Read, Nathan on January 8, 1798
#X000197 machine for cutting and heading nails INDUSTRIAL

Bruff, Thomas on January 8, 1798
#X000198 improvement in grinding coffee FOOD

Dixey, John on January 24, 1798
#X000199 machine for printing paper, leather, etc. INDUSTRIAL

Tryon, Isaac on February 22, 1798
#X000200 improvement in cutting and pointing comb teeth HOUSEHOLD

Holden, Charles on March 15, 1798
#X000201 improvement in wind mills INDUSTRIAL

Ormsbee, Elijah on March 21, 1798
#X000202 screw engine for throwing water INDUSTRIAL

Blydenburg, Samuel on March 22, 1798
#X000203 machine for dipping candles INDUSTRIAL

McKean, Robert on March 24, 1798
#X000204 steam saw mill TOOLS

Clarke, Aaron on March 30, 1798
#X000205 mill for sawing boards INDUSTRIAL

Manning, John on April 10, 1798
#X000206 improvement in raising water from fountains INDUSTRIAL

Martin, John on April 27, 1798
#X000207 regulating the action of the tide on his spiral wheel INDUSTRIAL

Brunel, Mark Isambard on April 27, 1798
#X000208 machine for raising water INDUSTRIAL

Lazell, Isaac on May 18, 1798
#X000209 machine for removing rocks INDUSTRIAL

Smallman, James and Roosevelt, Nicholas J. on May 31, 1798
#X000210 double steam engine INDUSTRIAL

Martin, Thomas C. on June 2, 1798
#X000211 machine for threshing wheat FARMING

Stoudinger, Charles on June 2, 1798
#X000212 machnie for propelling vessels BOATING

Cooley, Samuel on June 6, 1798
#X000213 composition for pills MEDICINE

Brewster, Walter on June 7, 1798
#X000214 water wheel flume for large streams INDUSTRIAL

Hunt, Jonathan on June 7, 1798
#X000215 oblique pump INDUSTRIAL

Love, John on June 11, 1798
#X000216 tallow lamp INDUSTRIAL?

Godfrey, John W & Lane, William on July 14, 1798
#X000217 improvement in stoves HOUSEHOLD

Peale, Raphaelle on December 14, 1798
#X000218 method of preserving vessels from worms HOUSEHOLD

Banks, William on December 14, 1798
#X000219 improvement in making bread FOOD

Wilkinson, David on December 14, 1798
#X000220 machine for cutting screws INDUSTRIAL

Austin, Cyrus on December 14, 1798
#X000221 improvement in manufacturing paper INDUSTRIAL

Reeve, Mark on December 14, 1798
#X000222 pipes and pumps for conveying water INDUSTRIAL

Colver, Stephen on December 14, 1798
#X000223 machine for clearing docks and harbours BOATING/INDUSTRIAL

Colver, Stephen on December 14, 1798
#X000224 machine for heaving down vessels, raising weights, etc. BOATING/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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