United States Patents 1805

Gears03United States Patents 1805

Kimball, Increase on May 1, 1805
#X000597 machine for cutting nails, brads, etc. INDUSTRIAL

Copes, Joseph on May 2, 1805
#X000598 improvement in the grist mill INDUSTRIAL

Spafford, Horatio G. on May 3, 1805
#X000599 close fire place HOUSEHOLD

Lippart, Frederick on May 3, 1805
#X000600 machine for raising water from a running stream INDUSTRIAL

Stickney, John on May 4, 1805
#X000601 andirons INDUSTRIAL

Crane, Robert, Jr. on May 4, 1805
#X000602 iron wheel for transporting carriages TRANSPORTATION

Church, Samuel on May 4, 1805
#X000603 felloe mill INDUSTRIAL

Houston, John on May 4, 1805
#X000604 metallic hone INDUSTRIAL

Glover, Simeon on May 4, 1805
#X000605 cross cramp for four wheel carriages TRANSPORTATION

Higham, Abraham on May 4, 1805
#X000606 washing and scouring machine INDUSTRIAL

Platt, Joseph on May 4, 1805
#X000607 machine for raising and removing earth INDUSTRIAL

Atherton, Daniel on May 4, 1805
#X000608 physiognotrace ARTS

Platt, Joseph on May 4, 1805
#X000609 machine for raising and removing earth INDUSTRIAL

Hill, Allen on April 6, 1805
#X000610 beaming machine INDUSTRIAL

Welsh, Jacob on April 6, 1805
#X000611 machine for removing earth INDUSTRIAL

Kunitz, John on May 7,1805
#X000612 bleeding with and breeding leaches MEDICAL

Baker, Isaac on April 8, 1805
#X000613 machine for sawing shingles TOOLS

Smith, William on April 9, 1805
#X000614 glazing and polishing linens INDUSTRIAL

Poyzer, George on May 10, 1805
#X000615 making sod oil for leather INDUSTRIAL

Zorger, Michael on May 10, 1805
#X000616 machine for shelling and hulling cloverseed FARMING

Lester, Ebenezer on May 10, 1805
#X000617 method of making moulds for casting iron screws TOOLS

Langdon, Barnabas on May 10, 1805
#X000618 manufacturing tin ware INDUSTRIAL

Humiston, James, Jr. on May 10, 1805
#X000619 sluice to convey the water to horizontal wheels and in the manner of forming the wheels of cast iron INDUSTRIAL

Witmer, Henry on May 17, 1805
#X000620 improvement on Anderson’s patent condensing tub INDUSTRIAL

Pryor, Thomas W. on May 21, 1805
#X000621 bark mill INDUSTRIAL

Hodgson, William on May 22, 1805
#X000622 apparatus for making tiles, bricks, etc. INDUSTRIAL

Pierce, Thomas on May 24, 1805
#X000623 smut fanning mill INDUSTRIAL

Cooley, William on May 27, 1805
#X000624 mode of making posts of clay for fencing TOOLS

Tomlinson, Daniel on May 27, 1805
#X000625 machine for raising or projecting fluids INDUSTRIAL

Eggleston, Benjamin, Jr. on May 27, 1805
#X000626 method of boiling, applicable to distilling, brewing, etc. INDUSTRIAL/BOOZE

Jenks, Ebenezer on June 1, 1805
#X000627 mode of setting boilers of every description INDUSTRIAL

Bennock, John on June 1, 1805
#X000628 planing by machinery TOOLS

Hinman, John on June 1, 1805
#X000629 planing machine for sawing bellows boards INDUSTRIAL

McNitt, Alexander on June 15, 1805
#X000630 method of separating, preparing and collecting the sulphate of pot ashes into salpolychrestum SCIENCE

Valcourt, Lewis on June 25, 1805
#X000631 improvement in mills and machinery INDUSTRIAL

McBride, John on August 8, 1805
#X000632 machine for ginning, carding, and spinning cotton INDUSTRIAL

Mathews, John on August 13, 1805
#X000633 machine for grinding, sawing or rasping dye woods INDUSTRIAL

McLean, Charles & Loomis, Solomon on September 25, 1805
#X000634 tub mills INDUSTRIAL

Wing, William on August 28, 1805
#X000635 machine for casting types INDUSTRIAL

Wing, William and Salisbury, Henry on August 29, 1805
#X000636 springs for wheel carriages TRANSPORTATION

Bartlett, Samuel on October 1, 1805
#X000637 clay pipe for conduits TOOLS

Kelsey, Asahel A. on October 9,1805
#X000638 making shingles INDUSTRIAL

French, Daniel on October 9, 1805
#X000639 manufacturing old junk or old rigging into oakum INDUSTRIAL

Share, Joseph on October 28, 1805
#X000640 casting ship bolts INDUSTRIAL/BOATING

Deane, William on November 4, 1805
#X000641 rafts BOATING

LaPaype, Caine on November 4,1805
#X000642 cattle mills FARMING/ANIMALS

Bellij, Seraphim on November 7, 1805
#X000643 machine for raising water INDUSTRIAL

Lillie, William on November 9, 1805
#X000644 machine for splitting skins INDUSTRIAL

Taylor, John Gilman on November 13, 1805
#X000645 making salt INDUSTRIAL

Kellogg, Friend B. on November 22, 1805
#X000646 machine for shearing woollen or other cloth by water INDUSTRIAL

Heistand, Abraham on November 27, 1805
#X000647 distilling apparatus BOOZE

Tatterson, James on December on July 1805
#X000648 machine for preparing and hackling tow for paper or linen INDUSTRIAL

Fulsom, William Johnson & Hayden, John on December 17, 1805
#X000649 machine for washing, rinsing, and wringing clothes HOUSEHOLD

Dexter, George Barber on December 18, 1805
#X000650 rheumatic pill MEDICINES

Poole, William on December 20, 1805
#X000651 kiln for drying grain FARMING

Abraham, James on December 20, 1805
#X000652 kilns for drying grain FARMING

Adams, Samuel on December 28, 1805
#X000653 machine for reaping grain FARMING

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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