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1794 U.S. Patents

<< - 1793 Patents
Perkins, Thomas on February 7, 1794
#X000068 manufacturing nails, PA

Davenport, James on February 14, 1794
#X000069 weaving and beating sail duck, NJ

Simpson, Joseph on March 4, 1794
#X000070 improvement in distilling spirituous liquors Richmond, VA

Cox, Zachariah on March 14, 1794
#X000071 round saw, GA

Whitney, Eli on March 14, 1794
#X000072 machine for ginning cotton, MA

Taylor, Benjamin on March 23, 1794
#X000073 mode of preventing the progress of fire New York, NY

Peerson, Josiah G. on March 23, 1794
#X000074 machine for cutting nails, NY

Biddis, John on March 31, 1794
#X000075 improvement in manufacturing paper, PA

Robotham, Richard on April 12, 1794
#X000076 composition for flooring houses, VT

Staples, John J. on April 25, 1794
#X000077 improvement in carriages, to be propelled by mechanical powers New York, NY

Hodgson, William on April 28, 1794
#X000078 machine for threshing grain, VA

Drake, James on May 19, 1794
#X000079 construction of bellows, NJ

Robotham, Richard on June 2, 1794
#X000080 manufacturing of candles New York, NY

Parkinson, George on June 16, 1794
#X000081 manufacturing cordage, PA

Markley, John on July 19, 1794
#X000082 new mode of grinding bark, PA

Rigg, Elisha on July 29, 1794
#X000083 improvement in the method of working pumps, PA

Anderson, Alexander on September 2, 1794
#X000084 improvement in a steam still, PA

Wynkoop, Benjamin on September 13, 1794
#X000085 new mode of propelling vessels Philadelphia, PA

Fennel, James on September 24, 1794
#X000086 mode of making salt, PA

Hatheway, Joshua on October 29, 1794
#X000087 improvement in hydraulics, VT

Wardrop, James on November 5, 1794
#X000088 improvement in a threshing machine Ampthill, VA

Kincaid, John on November 25, 1794
#X000089 improvement in stills, PA

Kinsley, Apollos on December 20, 1794
#X000090 tempering mortar and making bricks New York, NY

Patent records through July 1836 were burned in a fire.
They have been researched and are called "X-Patents" when found.
Not all have been found and 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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