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United States Patents 1800

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Evans, Oliver on January 16, 1800
#X000267 improvement on stoves and grates HOUSEHOLD

Gorham, Stephen on February 4, 1800
#X000268 machine for spinning rope yarn and twine INDUSTRIAL
Constant, Silas on February 4, 1800
#X000269 composition to preserve wood, brick, etc. INDUSTRIAL

Gebhard, John G. on February 4, 1800
#X000270 extracting oil from Palma Christi INDUSTRIAL

Bolitho, Benjamin on February 7, 1800
#X000271 machine for pounding rice, gunpowder, etc. TOOL/ARMS/FARMING

Shotwell, William on February 7, 1800
#X000272 metal boxes for wood or iron to turn in INDUSTRIAL

Hawkins, John J. on February 12, 1800
#X000273 improvement in piano fortes HOUSEHOLD

Killey, Hattil, 2nd on February 12, 1800
#X000274 method of covering salt vats from the weather INDUSTRIAL

Lyon, Patrick on February 12, 1800
#X000275 engine for throwing water INDUSTRIAL

Ladd, Nathaniel on February 12, 1800
#X000276 extracting the essence of sumack, fera, etc. for tanning INDUSTRIAL

Cox, James on February 20, 1800
#X000277 raising or lifting hides in tanning INDUSTRIAL

Tyler, Benjamin on February 20, 1800
#X000278 improvement in grist mills INDUSTRIAL

Percy, John on March 3, 1800
#X000279 improvement in dying blue INDUSTRIAL

Harris, William on March 15, 1800
#X000280 lathe or loom for weaving INDUSTRIAL

Hoyt, Comfort, Jr. on April 7, 1800
#X000281 machine for manufacturing sumack INDUSTRIAL

Hottensteen, William on April 10, 1800
#X000282 improvement in coach collars INDUSTRIAL

Walker, Peter on April 10, 1800
#X000283 stop cock INDUSTRIAL

Howard, Dean on April 10, 1800
#X000284 improvement in the manufacture of boots and shoes INDUSTRIAL

Stone, Silas on April 6, 1800
#X000285 improvement in the elastic truss for ruptures INDUSTRIAL

Biddis, John on April 6, 1800
#X000286 engine for reducing silk, cotton, worsted, cloth, and to their original state to be manufactured INDUSTRIAL

Jocelin, Simeon on April 8, 1800
#X000287 silent moving time keeper HOUSEHOLD

Brown, Jeremiah on May 14, 1800
#X000288 improvements in the construction of ships and vessels BOATING

Hadfield, George on May 15, 1800
#X000289 machine for making bricks and tiles INDUSTRIAL

West, Edward on May 19, 1800
#X000290 metal amulets ENTERTAINMENT

Harrison, Thomas O. on May 19, 1800
#X000291 machine for splitting hides and skins INDUSTRIAL

Smith, Robert on May 19, 1800
#X000292 mould board of a plough FARMING

Shotwell, William on June 24, 1800
#X000293 cogs for pullies TOOLS

Lorillard, Peter on June 28, 1800
#X000294 machine for cutting tobacco TOOLS/FARMING

Deneale, James, Jr. on July 10, 1800
#X000295 kiln for drying grain FARMING

Lossing, Peter on August 4, 1800
#X000296 improvement in burning lime INDUSTRIAL

Butler, Frederick on August 22, 1800
#X000297 machine for cooking HOUSEHOLD

Young, Frederick on August 23, 1800
#X000298 machine for cutting and heading nails INDUSTRIAL

Kilborn, Jonathan on August 23, 1800
#X000299 machine for cutting tanner’s bark INDUSTRIAL

Cooley, David, Jr. and Philips, Gabriel N. on August 25, 1800
#X000300 improvement in chimneys INDUSTRIAL/Household

Weld, Ezra on September 17, 1800
#X000301 “lavater” machine for washing and wringing clothes HOUSEHOLD

Mansfield, Richard on October 24, 1800
#X000302 improvement in manufacturing bricks INDUSTRIAL

Brookfield, Aaron on October 24, 1800
#X000303 raising water for mills INDUSTRIAL

Hawkins, John J. on October 24, 1800
#X000304 improvement in musical instruments ENTERTAINMENT

Grout, Jonathan, Jr. on October 24, 1800
#X000305 telegraph (description filed) ELECTRICAL

Murray, Samuel on November 17, 1800
#X000306 obtaining force from water with the assistance of steam INDUSTRIAL

Young, William on November 20, 1800
#X000307 hanging windows without weights HOUSEHOLD/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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