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NumberDatePatenteeTitleType
GB-161,700,001Mar. 02, 1617A. RapburneMaking maps
GB-163,400,071Jun. 24, 1634A. RotsipenInstruments for cutting, polishing, filing, turning, boring, grinding, sawing, and planing metals for cutting screws, for making files and bullets, for making and rifling barrels, for pressing or printing, and a hammer moved by water or horse powerscrew machines
GB-163,500,087Jan. 01, 1635J. LaneMachine for cutting scale-boardbox making machines
GB-164,200,127Jun. 24, 1642W. Wheeler, J. CrupleyRaising water; auger for boring wood; fixing piles without driving; raising weightsauger bits
GB-169,800,356Jul. 25, 1698T. SaverySteam Apparatussteam apparatus
GB-176,900,913Jan. 05, 1769J. WattA method of lessening the consumption of steam in steam enginessteam engines
GB-177,601,125May 21, 1776L. HattonEngine for planing boards and fluting wood for columnswood planers
GB-177,701,152Apr. 11, 1777S. MillerMachine for sawing wood, stone, and ivorycircular saws
GB-177,801,177Jan. 27, 1778J. BramahWaterclosetplumber
GB-177,801,194Jun. 03, 1778J. TalbotMachine for working steel, iron, brass, or coppermilling machines
GB-178,001,244Feb. 14, 1780J. WattMethod of copying letters
GB-178,001,263Apr. 23, 1780J. PickardMachines for boring iron; machine for forging, rolling, flatting, and slitting iron; machine for turning iron; mill for grinding cornmetalworking power transmission
GB-178,101,306Oct. 25, 1781J. WattConverting reciprocating motion of steam or fire engines to provide a rotating motionsteam engines
GB-178,201,321Mar. 12, 1782J. WattImprovements and New Mechanismsteam engines
GB-178,301,402Dec. 01, 1783J. BramahWatercock
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