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1806 U.S. Patents

<< - 1805 Patents
Bryant, Ebenezer on January 13, 1806
#X000654 rowing machine New London, CT

Goodwin, Samuel and Gains, Richard on January 22, 1806
#X000655 balance pendulum lock Baltimore, MD & Georgetown, DC

Gookins, Richard on January 24, 1806
#X000656 machine for making bats or frames for wool hats New Hampshire, MA

Thompson, Cephas on February 5, 1806
#X000657 machine for copying charts, landscapes, etc. Bristol, RI

Bennet, Philip on February 8, 1806
#X000658 loom for weaving chip Rochester, Plymouth County, MA

Finn, William on February 13, 1806
#X000659 spring pump for raising water Baths, Baltimore County, MD

Morrison, Michael on February 14, 1806
#X000660 machine for picking oakum Newburyport, MA

Richards, George on February 14, 1806
#X000661 machine for making dough Stonington, New London county, CT

Burr, Theodore on February 14, 1806
#X000662 bridges, unknown

Hawkins, Joseph on February 19, 1806
#X000663 planing machine Philadelphia, PA

Hawkins, Samuel on February 19, 1806
#X000664 improvement in gun carriages New York, NY

Eveleth, John on February 21, 1806
#X000665 machine for raising mud, unknown

Newton, Israel on February 28, 1806
#X000666 medicine called the essence of tansy Norwich, Windsor County, VT

Gould, John F. on March 1, 1806
#X000667 machine for making brick, unknown

Howell, Richard on March 5, 1806
#X000668 suspenders, unknown

Arnold, Thomas on March 5, 1806
#X000669 evaporation, unknown

Dickey, Samuel on March 7, 1806
#X000670 stoves Oxford, Chester County, PA

Gould, John F. on March 8, 1806
#X000671 tilt hammers, unknown

Mott, Joseph S. on March 8, 1806
#X000672 joining and planing machine St. Albans, Franklin County, VT

Gaines, Richard on March 17, 1806
#X000673 balance pendulum lock Georgetown, DC

Purden, William on March 19, 1806
#X000674 hoisting machine Baltimore, MD

Youle, George on March 21, 1806
#X000675 cabouse New York, NY

Mack, Elisha on March 21, 1806
#X000676 dressing flax, unknown

Pettibone, Daniel on March 22, 1806
#X000677 preparing and welding cast steel to iron or other steel for tools Roxbury, Norfolk County, CT

Kennion, John on March 26, 1806
#X000678 fulling mill and washing machine Dutchess County, NY

Guild, Abner on March 31, 1806
#X000679 carding machine to form batts for wool hats Dedham, Norfolk County, MA

Payn, Stephen on March 31, 1806
#X000680 machine for splitting skins or neats' leather, unknown

Tripe, Richard on April 1, 1806
#X000681 diving machines Dover, NH

Quintard, Isaac on April 5, 1806
#X000682 cyder and bark mills Stanfield, Fairfield County, CT

Heavin, John on April 17, 1806
#X000683 propelling boats Montgomery County, VA

Heavin, John on April 17, 1806
#X000684 machine for cutting straw Montgomery County, VA

Quinby, Joseph on April 25, 1806
#X000685 saw mills Boston, MA

Hubbel, Ephraim on May 1, 1806
#X000686 water wheels for mills Middlebury, VT

Varle, Charles on May 2, 1806
#X000687 reducing calcareous matters into lime, unknown

Edwards, John on May 19, 1806
#X000688 steelyard New York, NY

Edwards, John on May 19, 1806
#X000689 scale beams and balances New York, NY

Youle, George on May 21, 1806
#X000690 cabouse stove, apparatus for cooking and distilling New York, NY

Copper, John on May 22, 1806
#X000691 windmills Philadelphia, PA

Gridley, James on May 23, 1806
#X000692 boxes for carriage wheels Boston, MA

Swift, Beriah on May 25, 1806
#X000693 machine for shearing cloth Washington, Dutchess County, NY

Wing, Abner on May 26, 1806
#X000694 churn Washington, Dutchess County, NY

Buck, Reuben on May 29, 1806
#X000695 washing machine, unknown

Brown, Levi on May 30, 1806
#X000696 boxes for carriage wheels Berkshire, MA

Smith, Standfast on June 12, 1806
#X000697 extracting salt from sea water Suffolk, Dorchester County, MA

Smith, Standfast on June 13, 1806
#X000698 facilitating the process of extracting salt from sea water Suffolk, Dorchester County, MA

Smith, Standfast on June 13, 1806
#X000699 facilitating the process of extracting salt from sea water Suffolk, Dorchester County, MA

McCombs, Solomon and Smith, Joseph & Galpin, Benjamin D. on June 24, 1806
#X000700 filtering impure water, wine, etc. Baltimore, MD

Harwood, William on July 3, 1806
#X000701 making pantiles Richmond, VA

Selden, Roger on July 7, 1806
#X000702 perpendicular boring machine, unknown

Cutting, Nathaniel on July 14, 1806
#X000703 machine for facilitating the spinning of rope yarn Washington, DC

Bedford, John on July 16, 1806
#X000704 making boots and shoes Philadelphia, PA

Mills, Zachariah on July 17, 1806
#X000705 swing cradle Hartford, CT

Wadsworth, William on July 17, 1806
#X000706 anti
#X000stream boat Hartford, CT

Woodsend, Thomas on August 7, 1806
#X000707 cover for buildings called artificial slate or tile, unknown

Cutting, Nathaniel on August 14, 1806
#X000708 apparatus for improving the quality of cables Washington, DC

Carrendeffez, Baron Alexis on September 2, 1806
#X000709 improvement whereby a beautiful yellow paint may be prepared New York, NY

Morgan, John Titus on October 9, 1806
#X000710 machine for raising vessels out of water to repair them New York, NY

Dexter, George Barber on October 9, 1806
#X000711 apparatus for the sublimation of sulphur Boston, MA

Wightman, James Pountrey on October 21, 1806
#X000712 mixture to render all kinds of woollen cloth water proof Boston, MA

Tullock, William on October 28, 1806
#X000713 screens for freeing grain from dirt, seeds, etc. Lantern Mills, Orange County, VA

Dawson, Jonas on November 6, 1806
#X000714 suspenders Philadelphia, PA

Deneale, James on December 4, 1806
#X000715 perpetual oven Dumfries, VA

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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