United States Patents 1803

Gears05United States Patents 1803

Rouse, Simeon on January 1, 1803
#X000416 improvement in the caboose of a vessel for distilling fresh from salt water FOOD

Saltonstall, Gurdon F. on January 4, 1803
#X000417 saw mill for cleaning cotton INDUSTRIAL

Hoxie, Christopher on May 7,1803
#X000418 machine for hulling rice FARMING/INDUSTRIAL

Moore, Thomas on January 27, 1803
#X000419 refrigerator for domestic uses HOUSEHOLD

Moffat, John on February 1, 1803
#X000420 boiler for accelerating the evaporation of liquids INDUSTRIAL

Moffat, John on February 1, 1803
#X000421 improvement in stills BOOZE

Cooley, Benjamin on February 1, 1803
#X000422 machine for raising water INDUSTRIAL

Peasley, Jedediah on February 1, 1803
#X000423 manufacturing marle into lime INDUSTRIAL

Hutter, Christopher J. on February 11, 1803
#X000424 making brandy out of all kinds of grain or fruit BOOZE

Coates, Moses on February 14, 1803
#X000425 machine for paring apples FOOD/FARMING

Stowel, Abel on February 14, 1803
#X000426 improvement in a gauge auger TOOLS

Bartlett, Elisha and Bartlett, Oliver & Bartlett, Otis and Bartlett, George on February 17, 1803
#X000427 machine for making hot wrought nails INDUSTRIAL

Bell, William & DeMontmollin, John S. on March 7, 1803
#X000428 improvement to their patented roller cotton gin INDUSTRIAL

Naylor, John on March 7, 1803
#X000429 improvement in extracting a spirit from starch water BOOZE

Bent, Silas on March 7, 1803
#X000430 wheel to turn under water INDUSTRIAL

Aveilhe, John Baptiste on March 16, 1803
#X000431 horizontal wind mill INDUSTRIAL

DuBucMarentille, Abm. on March 18, 1803
#X000432 wreck raft BOATING

DuBuemarentille, Abm. on March 18, 1803
#X000433 sea sitting chair BOATING

Staples, John, Jr. on March 18, 1803
#X000434 power obtained by the rising and falling of the tide to give motion to all kinds of machinery INDUSTRIAL

Staples, John, Jr. on March 18, 1803
#X000435 submarine passage or hollow inverted arch BOATING/INDUSTRIAL

Cottle, John on March 21, 1803
#X000436 machine for cleaning clover seed HOUSEHOLD

Launy, David F. on March 21, 1803
#X000437 improvement in time pieces MECHANICAL

Hunter, George on March 24, 1803
#X000438 improvement in the process of manufacturing sea salt FOOD

DeLaBigarre Peter and Picornell, J.B.M. on March 24, 1803
#X000439 improvement in the mode of obtaining antiseptic gas MEDICINE

Marquam, Edward on March 28, 1803
#X000440 improved house fan HOUSEHOLD

Rawson, Thomas H. on April 4, 1803
#X000441 antibilious pills MEDICINE

Richardson, John on April 4, 1803
#X000442 improvement in his evaporating furnace INDUSTRIAL

How, William on April 6, 1803
#X000443 improvement in a cooler or condensor of vapor INDUSTRIAL

Stevens, John on April 11, 1803
#X000444 improvement in producing steam INDUSTRIAL

Brewer, Daniel on April 22, 1803
#X000445 improvement in a ruling machine MECHANICAL

Platt, Benjamin on April 27, 1803
#X000446 improvement in heating and boiling water INDUSTRIAL

Beebe, Eliphalet on April 27, 1803
#X000447 improvement in the mode of constructing vessels with crooked keels BOATING

Barney, Matthew on May 4, 1803
#X000448 machine for deepening channels INDUSTRIAL/BOATING

Hopkins, William on May 13, 1803
#X000449 improvement in building boats BOATING

Saltonstall, Gurdon F. on May 14, 1803
#X000450 rolling machine for cleaning cotton FARMING

Ilsley, Daniel on May 14, 1803
#X000451 improvement in distilling spirits BOOZE

French, Richard & Hawkins, John T. on May 17, 1803
#X000452 improvement in cutting grain and grass FARMING

Hawkins, John J. on May 17, 1803
#X000453 improvement in the pentagraph and parallel ruler MECHANICAL

Allison, Burgiss on May 17, 1803
#X000454 improvement in the application of the principle of rectifying or improving spirits BOOZE

Clark, John on May 19, 1803
#X000455 machine for pumping INDUSTRIAL

Godfrey, John W. on May 25, 1803
#X000456 improvement in working the bellows of a furnace or forge TOOLS/INDUSTRIAL

Alden, Timothy, Jr. on May 25, 1803
#X000457 expediting the manufacture of common salt FOOD/INDUSTRIAL

Kilborn, Lemuel J. and Biddis, John on June 4, 1803
#X000458 improvement in the method of distilling or making alcohol BOOZE

Bedwell, Thomas and Mitchell, William on June 7, 1803
#X000459 improvement in extracting the effective matter contained in barks for dying INDUSTRIAL

Morse, David on June 10, 1803
#X000460 machine for making hinges TOOLS

Corning, Ezra, Jr. on June 13, 1803
#X000461 improvement in the manufacturing of hats TOOLS

Morey, Samuel & Graves, Rufus and Richards, Giles on June 15, 1803
#X000462 improvement in the steam engine physiognotrace

Todd, Isaac & Day, Augustus and Bache, William on June 15, 1803
#X000463 physiognotrace ARTS

Keeler, Walter & Waring, James on June 23, 1803
#X000464 rocking churn INDUSTRIAL

Stanley, Liberty on June 25, 1803
#X000465 machine for shearing woollen and other cloths INDUSTRIAL

Standring, Benjamin on June 28, 1803
#X000466 machine for breaking and carding sheep’s wool INDUSTRIAL

Young, Nicholas on June 28, 1803
#X000467 machine for pulling hair from skins INDUSTRIAL

Ashbridge, William on June 28, 1803
#X000468 improvement in the construction of iron cabooses INDUSTRIAL

Heterick, Robert on June 30, 1803
#X000469 improvement called the Columbia fireplace HOUSEHOLD

Camp, Samuel S. on July 1, 1803
#X000470 improvement in the mode of applying springs to window sashes HOUSEHOLD

Brown, Samuel and West, Edward & West, Thomas on July 8, 1803
#X000471 improvement in distillation by the application of steam in wooden or other stills BOOZE

Clark, John and Evans, Evan on July 20, 1803
#X000472 machine for packing goods INDUSTRIAL

Lownes, David on July 21, 1803
#X000473 method of cooling liquors BOOZE

Lownes, David on July 21, 1803
#X000474 method of securing leaden or other pipes from frost INDUSTRIAL

French, Daniel on July 25, 1803
#X000475 machine for splitting and shaving shingles INDUSTRIAL

Keyser, George on July 27, 1803
#X000476 improving in a powder mill INDUSTRIAL

Kirk, Timothy on July 28, 1803
#X000477 machine for separating clover seed from the “pod” FARMING

Geanty, Lewis on August 4, 1803
#X000478 improvement in the construction of stills BOOZE

Aveilhe, John Baptiste on August 24, 1803
#X000479 machine for boring holes in rocks under water TOOLS

Youle, George on August 25, 1803
#X000480 improvement in a water cock INDUSTRIAL

Cleveland, George on September 9, 1803
#X000481 preparing seals’ fur for hats INDUSTRIAL

Betts, Hezekiah on September 13, 1803
#X000482 wheel press INDUSTRIAL

Stroebel, John C. on September 19, 1803
#X000483 mode of constructing carriages INDUSTRIAL

Coit, Daniel on October on May 1803
#X000484 family pills MEDICINE

Ruggles, Lazarus on October 18, 1803
#X000485 machine for making wrought nails and brads out of hot rods INDUSTRIAL

Turner, Jedediah T. on October 19, 1803
#X000486 threshing machine INDUSTRIAL

Livingston, Gilbert on October 22, 1803
#X000487 improvement in the construction of the keels of vessels INDUSTRIAL

Pilsbury, Paul on October 25, 1803
#X000488 machine for shelling corn TOOLS/FOOD

Thornton, William on October 28, 1803
#X000489 improvement in boilers, also working stills with the same INDUSTRIAL

Goodwin, Samuel on October 31, 1803
#X000490 horizontal draft wind mill INDUSTRIAL

Cook, Valentine on November 1, 1803
#X000491 finding salt water and metals [bletonism] SCIENCE

Cooley, Samuel on November 12, 1803
#X000492 vegetable elixir, or cough drops MEDICINE

Alden, Enoch on November 15, 1803
#X000493 dry bellows pump INDUSTRIAL

Minor, Amos on November 16, 1803
#X000494 improvement in spinning wheels INDUSTRIAL

Paine, Asahel E. on November 19, 1803
#X000495 improvement in wind mills INDUSTRIAL

Osborn, Jacob on November 24, 1803
#X000496 improvement in fastening and supporting window sashes HOUSEHOLD

Bell, William on November 24, 1803
#X000497 improvement in the cotton gin INDUSTRIAL

Bell, William on November 25, 1803
#X000498 improvement in propelling boats for inland navigation BOATING

Bell, William on November 25, 1803
#X000499 improvement in the wind mill INDUSTRIAL

Fairbanks, John on November 30, 1803
#X000500 cylindric ruler for ruling paper MECHANICAL

Cist, Jacob on December 3, 1803
#X000501 improvement in grinding painters’ colors, printers’ ink, etc. ARTS

Eve, Joseph on December 6, 1803
#X000502 machine for separating the seed from cotton FARMING/INDUSTRIAL

Earle, Pliny on December 6, 1803
#X000503 twilling machine for pricking leather for cards TOOLS

Steward, Stephen on December 6, 1803
#X000504 improvement in a fire engine INDUSTRIAL

Rogers, Samuel & Otis, Melvill on December 7, 1803
#X000505 machine for rolling plates of iron and cutting them into nails INDUSTRIAL

Curtis, James, Jr. on December 10, 1803
#X000506 improvement in window springs HOUSEHOLD

Richardson, Edward on December 16, 1803
#X000507 improvement in still heads and condensors INDUSTRIAL

Elgar, Joseph on December 16, 1803
#X000508 improvement in making cold cut nails and brads out of rolled iron INDUSTRIAL

Buckman, David on December 21, 1803
#X000509 improvement in separating clover seed, wheat, etc. from the husk TOOLS/FARMING

Beverley, John on December 26, 1803
#X000510 hydro-mechanical press INDUSTRIAL

Selby, John on December 30, 1803
#X000511 improvement in painting rooms HOUSEHOLD

Guy, Francis on December 30, 1803
#X000512 improvement in making colors for painting, printing, etc. ARTS/HOUSEHOLD

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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