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Documents Relating to Ross Winans' Patent for the Eight-Wheeled Car (Classic ...
Ingen forhåndsvisning tilgjengelig - 2016
adjustment or arrangement application arrangement and construction arranging and connecting ascertained baggage cars Baltimore and Ohio bearing car bearing carriages body car-body cars or carriages centre pin Chief Justice Taney Columbus combining the advantages connecting the eight considerable distance constructed and arranged construction of cars counsel curved and straight day of October defendants direct and safe distant coupling drawing Dromedary eight-wheel car evidence extreme ends flanches fore and hind four-wheel car friction Gatch gentlemen given HENRY H high velocities hind wheels improvement infringement Jervis Judge Conkling JUDGE CONKLING'S CHARGE jury length load locomotive manner of arranging ment motion novelty object opinion original inventor pairs of wheels passenger car Patent Office placing the axles plaintiff plaintiff's car principle rail-road car rails recorded anew referred riages road Ross Winans running gear says Schenectady shocks and concussions specification sufficient thing tion trial upper bolsters ventor wheel car wheels and axles witnesses
Side 11 - I do not claim, as my invention, the running of cars or carriages, upon eight wheels, this having been previously done ; not, however, in the manner or for the purposes herein described, but merely with a view of distributing the weight carried, more evenly upon a rail or other road, and for objects distinct in character from those which I have had in view, as herein before set forth.
Side 13 - Office, the said patent has now the same effect in law as though the same had been originally granted for the term of twenty-one years. In testimony whereof, I have caused the seal of the Patent Office to be hereunto affixed this thirteenth day of February, 1874, and of the Independence of the United States the ninety-eighth. [SEAL.] MD LEGGETT, Commissioner.
Side 34 - I construct two bearing carriages, each with four wheels, which are to sustain the body of the passenger or other car by placing one of them at or near each end of it, in a way to be presently described. The two wheels on either side of these carriages are to be placed very near to each other ; the spaces between their flanches need be no greater than is necessary to prevent their contact with each other.
Side 39 - ... which cannot be disregarded. The greater the distance between the axles, while the length of the body remains the same, the less is the influence of these shocks or concussions; and this has led, in many instances, to the placing them in passenger cars, at or near their extreme ends. Now, however, a compromise...
Side 13 - ... the duty of the commissioner to renew and extend the patent, by making a certificate thereon of such extension, for the term of seven years, from and after the expiration of the first term...
Side 7 - ... besides other injuries. For this purpose, he constructs two bearing carriages, each with four wheels, which are to sustain the body of the passenger or other car, by placing one of them at or near each end of it, as particularly described. The two wheels on either side of the truck, are to be placed very near each other — the spaces between the flanches need be no greater than is necessary to prevent their contact with each other.