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X Number Date Inventor City Title
XC-1 1824-06-08 Noah Cushing Quebec City, QC Canada Washing and fulling machine
XC-10 1830-05-15 Philip Schoolcraft St. Armand, QC Canada Machine for cutting timber into sidings, slap-boards, shingles, lathe, &c., &c.
XC-12 1830-06-25 Robert Hoyle Lacolle, QC Canada Improved hydraulic steam engine
XC-48 1839-06-13 Zebediah Sisson Montreal, QC Canada Improved planing and matching machine
XC-50 1839-12-04 William Nunns Montreal, QC Canada Certain new and useful improvements in the construction of steam engines
XC-81 1845-09-10 James McKay Stanstead, QC Canada New and improved steam engine
XC-83 1845-10-10 Alexis Hébert Napierville, QC Canada New and improved sawing machine
XC-85 1845-11-10 Benjamin F. Tibbets Montreal, QC Canada New and improved steam engine
XC-97 1846-08-10 Charles Midgley Montreal, QC Canada New method of constructing planing machines for planing boards, planks, &c.
XC-126 1848-04-12 James Bailie Aylmer, QC Canada Improvement in the construction of saw gates for saw mills
XC-127 1848-06-19 John Ritchie Etchemin, QC Canada Method of constructing saw mills for slabbing logs and sawing slabs
XC-132 1848-08-10 Charles Midgley Montreal, QC Canada New and improved paddle wheel for steam and horse-boats, and for propelling vessels
XC-144 1832-06-27 Zebediah Sisson Cobourg, ON Canada Machine for planing and grooving flooring
XC-146 1833-11-21 Ambrose Foster Kingston, ON Canada An improvement in the steam engine, called the re-acting engine
XC-152 1835-04-28 William M. Jackson Kingston, ON Canada A certain apparatus to be attached to saw mills
XC-155 1835-03-25 Lyman Judson Yonge, ON Canada Machine for planing, jointing, grooving, tongueing, bevelling, rebating, beding, and otherwise preparing for immediate use boards, plank, and other description of timbers
XC-160 1839-05-10 Duncan Scrimger Dumfries, ON Canada A new method of applying lever to the working gear of saw mills
XC-165 1840-08-21 James Ainslie Galt, ON Canada Ainslie's clay slate and Ainslie's clay slate machine
XC-170 1842-01-13 Charles Maitland Tate Kingston, ON Canada An improved method of giving motion and efficacy to the propellor in steam boats and other vessels
XC-171 1842-01-21 Charles Maitland Tate Kingston, ON Canada An improved method of constructing cambs for the purpose of opening the cut-off, or other valves of steam engines
XC-172 1842-01-27 Charles Maitland Tate Kingston, ON Canada A new method of tanning hides or skins
XC-173 1842-01-27 Charles Maitland Tate Kingston, ON Canada A new and improved method of extracting the tannin from bark
XC-177 1842-05-16 Thomas Dissett Portsmouth Harbour, Kingston, ON Canada A new and improved method of laying down marine railways
XC-182 1843-02-20 Asa H. Hough Kingston, ON Canada Improvement upon a newly constructed suction and forcing pump
XC-183 1843-03-31 William Creighton Niagara, ON Canada Improvement in the rotary steam engine
XC-193 1844-05-30 William McCall Dumfries, ON Canada Mode by which power, to be derived from the use of the wheel and screw, may be applied to any kind of machinery
XC-195 1844-06-29 John Hearle Galt, ON Canada Improved engine pump, or fire engine
XC-199 1845-07-16 Lewis Ives Kingston, ON Canada An improved capstan for leading and unloading merchandise, or timber, from vessels, denominated “Ives' connected capstan.”
XC-200 1845-07-19 Lewis Ives Kingston, ON Canada An improved method of leading and unloading timber vessels, denominated “Ives' improved method of loading and unloading vessels.”
XC-229 1847-05-01 Jason C. Gillett Sandwich, ON Canada Improved machine for cutting shingles, staves, veneers, &c.
XC-234 1847-07-19 Peter R. Beaupre Kingston, ON Canada Improvements in the manner of making, using, and working a lifting and floating marine dock
XC-241 1848-05-26 John McMichael Dumfries, ON Canada Stump-extracting machine
XC-242 1848-06-28 John Helm Cobourg, ON Canada Certain improvements in the construction of mills for the manufacture of lumber with circular saws
XC-249 1848-08-01 Nathan Wharton Johnstown, QC Canada New process for tempering and hardening the teeth of saws used for milling and other purposes
XC-253 1849-01-27 Charles Midgley Montreal, QC Canada New and improved paddle wheel for steam and horse-boats, and for propelling vessels
XC-256 1849-05-05 John Baird Toronto, ON Canada Improvements in the arrangement and construction of the steam engine
XC-259 1849-08-02 Charles Midgley Montreal, QC Canada Improved hinge
XC-260 1849-08-13 Charles Midgley Montreal, QC Canada Improved accoucheur's (male midwife's) assistant
XC-265 1849-09-28 John Winger Berlin, ON Canada Reaction pump
XC-267 1849-08-13 Charles Midgley Montreal, QC Canada Saw mill
XC-285 1850-05-25 Alexander Fleck Montreal, QC Canada New and improved plough or subsoil grubber
XC-288 1850-06-27 James Trehearne Toronto, ON Canada A new method of constructing saw mills for sawing timber
XC-291 1850-04-02 William R. Seaver Montreal, QC Canada Improved stave dresser
XC-292 1850-04-02 William R. Seaver Montreal, QC Canada Improved stave jointer
XC-299 1850-11-02 Charles Midgley Montreal, QC Canada A new and useful machine called a Spark Killer and Heat Retainer
XC-309 1851-01-31 John Hearle Galt, ON Canada Improvement in engine pumps and fire engines
XC-323 1851-05-21 Chester Shattuck Durham, ON Canada Cross cutting machine
XC-327 1851-06-16 Edwin Jenney Sandwich, ON Canada A new and useful machine for cutting and sawing staves with unprecedented rapidity and correctness
XC-332 1851-07-04 George Hawley Eaton, QC Canada Shingle making machine
XC-334 1851-08-24 James Trehearne Port Dover, ON Canada A new method of running the perpendicular saw for sawing timber
XC-339 1851-11-06 William Coleman Toronto, ON Canada Circular and straight moulding, rabbetting, ploughing and architrave machine
XC-340 1851-11-06 Peter Rothwell Toronto, ON Canada A new and important machine for the manufacture of laths
XC-351 1852-03-20 Charles Dawson Cobourg, ON Canada Improvements in the manner of working muley saws and the machinery attached thereto
XC-363 1852-08-10 Robert Might Cavan, ON Canada R. Might's portable horizontal and self-acting sawing machine
XC-368 1852-08-31 Thomas J. Fuller Toronto, ON Canada Improvement in muley saw mills
XC-379 1852-10-27 Charles Midgley Montreal, QC Canada An improved churn
XC-380 1852-10-27 Charles Midgley Montreal, QC Canada An improved bee hive
XC-385 1853-01-26 William Allchin Paris, ON Canada Improved scythe holder
XC-389 1853-03-07 Aretus Andrews Wilder Sandwich, ON Canada Machine for planing, tongueing and grooving boards
XC-401 1853-04-29 Edmond Richard St. Roch, QC Canada Machine for sawing straight and crooked wood of equal and unequal dimensions
XC-405 1853-04-29 Asph Buck Kent West Oxford, ON Canada Self-gigging, self-setting, and self-regulating saw mill
XC-409 1853-05-11 Daniel Smith Merritt Houghton, ON Canada New and improved carriage and feeding and gigging back works for steam and water saw mills
XC-411 1853-06-11 Benjamin F. Tibbetts Quebec City, QC Canada Improved mode of constructing steam engines
XC-415 1853-06-20 Jackson McIntyre Kingston, ON Canada File cutting machine
XC-419 1853-07-20 Alexander Solomon Walbridge Stanbridge, QC Canada Machine for sawing and planing all lumber by one operation
XC-457 1854-06-06 Benjamin Wait Willoughby, QC Canada A combination of machinery for the making of barrels, kegs, tubs and other bilge works
XC-465 1854-07-13 Richard Muchall Hamilton, ON Canada Machine for working irregular surfaces, so as to form a piece of timber to any required shape
XC-482 1854-11-08 Charles H. Waterous Brantford, ON Canada Machine for making nuts and washers from a heated bar of metal
XC-489 1854-12-06 James Blanchfield Smith North Cayuga, ON Canada Improvement in the construction of portable or stationary steam or water saw mills
XC-494 1855-01-20 J. Overhold Blandford, ON Canada Horizontal sawing machine for cross-cutting logs of wood
XC-504 1855-03-22 Reuben P. Benton Toronto, ON Canada Improvements in machinery for manufacturing waggon spokes and other articles irregular in their form
XC-530 1855-04-10 Charles S. Rodier Montreal, QC Canada Machine for sawing wood
XC-535 1855-07-25 R. Might Millbrook, ON Canada Portable vibrating and self-acting circular sawing machine
XC-552 1855-09-19 Charles W. Coe Sandwich, ON Canada Machine for drilling holes (and other operations) in metals
XC-570 1855-12-03 A. Kendall Windsor, ON Canada New machine for making shingles
XC-576 1855-12-11 James McLennan Windsor, ON Canada Machine for repairing iron rails
XC-582 1855-12-24 Charles H. Waterous Brantford, ON Canada Useful improvements in the construction of steam and water circular saw mills
XC-589 1856-02-11 W. F. Adams Toronto, ON Canada New semi-revolving cylinder steam engine
XC-596 1856-01-17 W. B. Choate Galt, ON Canada Improvement in the manufacture of lanterns
XC-604 1856-02-19 Charles H. Gould Montreal, QC Canada Improved planing machine
XC-605 1856-03-05 E. Hedley Toronto, ON Canada New and improved method of constructing shingle machines
XC-612 1856-03-20 Thomas Ritchie Dumfries Township, ON Canada Improvement in the draft applied to reaping, mowing or other machines
XC-613 1856-03-27 H. Huff Cobourg, ON Canada New and useful machine for dovetailing in cabinet making
XC-614 1856-03-27 H. Huff Cobourg, ON Canada Machine for dovetailing in cabinet making
XC-615 1856-03-27 H. Fowler Belleville, ON Canada Reciprocating engine
XC-620 1856-04-05 J. Davis Hamilton, ON Canada Slabbing and rolling gang of circular saws for sawing lumber or round logs into boards or planks
XC-623 1856-04-14 S. Pettet Pickering, ON Canada Horizontal rotary shingle machine
XC-625 1856-04-22 E. E. Gilbert Montreal, QC Canada New and improved machine for sawing, called by him Gilbert's Steam Sawyer
XC-628 1856-04-30 W. Gill Dundas, ON Canada Improvement on steam engines by variable cut off and expansion gear for stationary or marine engines
XC-634 1856-05-23 J. M. Thompson Esquesing, ON Canada New and improved method of hanging a mully saw
XC-635 1856-05-30 P. Bauman Preston, ON Canada Improved portable cider mill and press
XC-644 1856-07-15 N. Davis Smithville, ON Canada Self-regulating sawmill
XC-653 1856-08-27 E. E. Supper Cayuga, ON Canada Shingle machine
XC-659 1856-06-13 R. Romaine Peterborough, ON Canada Introduction into Canada of a “French Machine for Bending Wood”
XC-673 1856-10-29 R. Romaine Peterborough, ON Canada Improved machine for bending wood or other substances
XC-694 1857-01-19 B. Wait Etobicoke, ON Canada Cylindrical saw auger, for boring wooden tubes for pumps, water courses, &c.
XC-698 1857-01-21 J. Gartshore Dundas, ON Canada Improvements in the construction of smut machines
XC-702 1857-02-12 W. Gill Waterdown, ON Canada Improvements in the construction of steam engines
XC-707 1857-02-23 U. Haskin Oshawa, ON Canada Self-acting cylindrical lathe
XC-721 1857-04-07 D. T. Curtis Port Perry, ON Canada New method of clamping frames, &c., by the double action eccentric lever clamp
XC-725 1857-04-22 S. S. Hickock Whitby, ON Canada New and improved shingle cutting machine
XC-726 1857-04-28 H. L. Beverly Toronto, ON Canada New and improved shingle cutting machine
XC-728 1857-05-04 J. Cant Galt, ON Canada New moveable scaffold
XC-734 1857-05-12 U. Haskins Oshawa, ON Canada New and improved rotary steam engine
XC-767 1857-08-19 G. Campbell Toronto, ON Canada “Hecla” portable forge
XC-769 1857-08-20 G. Cummings Niagara, ON Canada Improved steam engine slide valve
XC-775 1857-09-15 W. R. Bowen Cramahe, ON Canada Feed works to be used in saw mills called Bowen's Rotary re-action Feed Works
XC-778 1857-09-15 Charles Fanner Smithville, Grimsby Township, ON Canada Sawing machine
XC-784 1857-10-12 H. Yates Brantford, ON Canada Improvement in the fire box of the boilers of locomotives, or other steam engines
XC-785 1857-10-12 H. Yates Brantford, ON Canada Improvement in the consumption of sparks and parts of unconsumed fuel in locomotives and other steam engines
XC-790 1857-11-06 H. Yates Brantford, ON Canada Improved perforated fire grate, feed water heater and damper combined, for locomotives and other steam engines
XC-791 1857-11-06 P. Parkes Yorkville, ON Canada Steam press for making brick
XC-792 1857-11-06 Charles R. Parkes Yorkville, ON Canada Brick drain pipe and tile making machine
XC-793 1857-11-06 W. H. Tuttle Canfield, ON Canada New and improved auger handle
XC-794 1857-11-06 W. Manning Montreal, QC Canada Machine for cutting or tuning out heads for barrels, kegs, casks, or any description of coopers' works
XC-808 1857-12-15 A. Cant Galt, ON Canada New root cutting machine
XC-831 1858-04-07 H. Clarke Thamesford, ON Canada Improved machine for cross-cutting logs, cutting firewood, &c.
XC-835 1858-05-14 Charles Green Brantford, ON Canada Separating thrashing machine
XC-837 1858-05-14 I. W. Forbes Windsor, ON Canada Combined rocking stave and heading machine
XC-840 1858-06-08 H. Yates Brantford, ON Canada Improvements in the wing rails of railway carriages
XC-847 1858-07-02 Alexander Solomon Walbridge Stanbridge, QC Canada Improved method of bending timber
XC-853 1858-07-13 A. N. Cole Brockville, ON Canada Instrument, called Cole's Gravitating Plumb and Level
XC-860 1858-07-26 J. Thirkell Ingersoll, ON Canada New and improved method of constructing sawing machines
XC-889 1858-11-03 Philip C. Van Brocklin St. Catharines, ON Canada Improvements in the construction and operation of pumps for raising fluids
XC-890 1858-11-03 J. Noble St. Catharines, ON Canada Machinery for making axes
XC-910 1858-12-31 E. E. Gilbert Montreal, QC Canada Improved steam boiler
XC-923 1859-03-01 Venuste Girardin Bell Riviere, ON Canada A fluent equilibrating slide valve for locomotives and steam engines
XC-932 1859-03-24 James Law Scarborough, ON Canada Law's shingle and barrel heading sawing machine
XC-970 1859-06-22 George White New Market, ON Canada An improved machine for drilling iron and other metals
XC-1003 1859-10-26 Ananias Smith Toronto, ON Canada A new method of constructing lathes for turning regular or irregular surfaces
XC-1004 1859-10-31 Henry Yates Brantford, ON Canada A variable and double annular blast apparatus for locomotives and other steam engines
XC-1016 1859-12-01 Thomas Sadler North Dorchester, ON Canada A new and improved sawing machine, called Willard Eastwood's New and Improved Sawing Machine
XC-1038 1860-02-18 William Williamson Smith's Falls, ON Canada A certain barrel head machine
XC-1039 1860-02-24 George McKenzie Goderich, ON Canada A certain bush engine
XC-1044 1860-01-27 Charles H. Waterous Brantford, ON Canada An improvement in the application of steam power, and in the manner of making such application, for the purposes of moving and working steam ploughs, steam fire engines, &c., &c., &c.
XC-1053 1860-03-13 Charles Henry Wortman Colbrook, ON Canada An improved eaves trough machine
XC-1065 1860-02-25 Philip C. Van Brocklin Brantford, ON Canada Expansive tubular stove, or fire box
XC-1077 1860-04-29 Philip C. Van Brocklin Brantford, ON Canada Combined seed drill cultivator and horse hoe
XC-1083 1860-01-25 Alexander F. Ward Camden, Kent County, ON Canada A self-acting anti-friction steam slide valve
XC-1087 1860-05-09 John C. Park Brantford, ON Canada Combined machine for welding, and otherwise repairing the iron rails
XC-1092 1860-05-09 Thomas Nicol Whitby, ON Canada A portable cross-cut sawing machine, with parallel movements
XC-1094 1860-05-09 Henry Yates Brantford, ON Canada An improvement in machinery for coupling, shaping and renewing the surfaces of metal bars
XC-1105 1865-06-14 Abraham Kerby Brantford, ON Canada Self-acting and detaching car coupling
XC-1117 1860-07-06 Charles Meadows East Zorra, ON Canada An improved machine for sawing firewood from the log
XC-1125 1860-08-02 Henry Yates Brantford, ON Canada An improved perforated fire grate, feed water heater, and damper combined, for steam engines
XC-1141 1860-09-25 Charles H. Waterous Brantford, ON Canada A new mode of packing and preserving hops
XC-1152 1860-10-04 Matthew Moody Terrebonne, QC Canada An accommodating joint working on two centre bearings, applied to mowing and reaping machines
XC-1164 1860-12-21 Elijah Leonard London, ON Canada A sawing machine for cross-cutting timber
XC-1165 1860-12-21 John D. Lawlor Fort Erie, ON Canada An improved sawing machine
XC-1167 1860-12-21 Joseph Marks Hamilton, ON Canada Lubricating valves, piston, cylinders, piston rods and valve spindles of locomotives and other engines
XC-1185 1861-02-01 Sylvester Skinner Gananoque, ON Canada A machine for bending hame timber, plough handles, &c., by end pressure
XC-1201 1861-03-04 Charles H. Waterous Brantford, ON Canada Water drawer
XC-1206 1861-04-04 Hubbard Joslyn Stanstead, QC Canada Joslyn's Improved Clothes Wringer
XC-1211 1861-02-06 James McLennan Windsor, ON Canada Machine for repairing iron rails
XC-1217 1861-03-21 Albert O. Fuller Erin, ON Canada A new and portable labour saving machine for cutting mortices in carriage and all other hubs by hand
XC-1219 1861-05-08 Richard Smith Sherbrooke, QC Canada An improved extension auger
XC-1224 1861-05-08 G. H. Hinton Montreal, QC Canada Improvements in the manufacture of saws
XC-1230 1861-04-10 Alexander Young Smith's Falls, ON Canada An improved reaper attachment
XC-1231 1861-04-10 George Ives Windsor, ON Canada An improved saw horse
XC-1236 1861-06-03 E. S. Perkins Montreal, QC Canada A new and useful improvement in the ordinary two arm saw set
XC-1251 1861-07-30 Charles R. Parkes Yorkville, ON Canada Improved churn
XC-1254 1861-07-09 Adam Young Crowland, ON Canada An improved mill saw
XC-1257 1861-07-17 David Bruce London, ON Canada An improved sawing machine
XC-1261 1861-07-17 Isaac Dolbry York, ON Canada A new and improved lath cutting machine
XC-1287 1861-12-18 Stillman Ray Stanstead, QC Canada Ray's improved tub and pail machines
XC-1291 1861-11-28 Alexander S. Walbridge Bedford, QC Canada An improved mode of operating variable expansion steam cut-off valves
XC-1299 1861-11-29 William McDougall York, ON Canada A self-acting brake for sawing machines
XC-1302 1861-11-29 Philip C. Van Brocklin Brantford, ON Canada Improved grain drill cultivator and horse hoe
XC-1341 1861-03-11 Philip C. Van Brocklin Brantford, ON Canada Van Brocklin's Two Horse Wheeled Cultivator
XC-1358 1862-04-15 James Dalgamo Chatham, ON Canada An instantaneous adjustment wrench
XC-1361 1862-06-18 Hollis Clark Barnston, QC Canada A new sawing machine
XC-1372 1862-06-06 Charles H. Waterous Brantford, ON Canada A centripetal churn and centripetal agitator, for refining and fitting for use rock oil, or petroleum and coal oil
XC-1375 1862-06-09 Thomas Northey Hamilton, ON Canada An improved expansion steam engine
XC-1392 1862-07-08 Charles H. Waterous Brantford, ON Canada Improved machine for manufacturing the shoes of horses and other animals
XC-1413 1862-08-22 Abiel O'Dell Bowmanville, ON Canada A saw set and clamp, called O'Dell's portable combined saw set and saw clamp
XC-1416 1862-08-25 Francis Cant Galt, ON Canada Improved cam for working the under-need or catch-pin of sewing machines
XC-1433 1862-09-15 Edward Holmes Hamilton, ON Canada A new and improved stave dressing machine
XC-1434 1862-09-15 Edward Holmes Hamilton, ON Canada Improvements in machine for jointing staves
XC-1435 1862-09-15 Edward Holmes Hamilton, ON Canada New and improved hoop driving and stave crozing machine
XC-1451 1862-10-24 Charles Powell York Township, ON Canada Improved double action swing force pump
XC-1462 1862-11-25 Thomas Morris Brantford, ON Canada Morris's rail repairing machine
XC-1469 1862-12-09 William Randall Uxbridge, ON Canada A new and useful improvement in saw mills, called “The Excelsior Saw Mill”
XC-1476 1863-01-12 Valentine Mitchell Cavan, ON Canada Wood cutting machine
XC-1482 1863-01-12 Sylvester Day Brantford, ON Canada Two wheeled hay rake
XC-1485 1863-01-21 Donald Murray St. Mary's, Perth County, ON Canada An improved wood sawing machine
XC-1518 1863-04-10 William Saxon Arnold Chatham, ON Canada An improvement in a wood sawing machines, being a crank attached to a pitman of the saw and a self-adjusting gauge for raising or lowering the saw when in motion
XC-1521 1863-04-17 Freeman Clark Noxon Bloomfied, Prince Edward County, ON Canada Improved cultivator
XC-1541 1863-06-04 Malhew Milward Cifton, ON Canada Improvements in wood sawing machines
XC-1543 1863-06-09 William Thomas London, ON Canada The locomotive crosscut sawing machine
XC-1545 1863-06-17 Israel Kinney Brantford, ON Canada Motive power
XC-1564 1863-06-18 John Walmsley Berlin, ON Canada Agricultural implement for pulvering and cleaning the soil and casting seed and other substances thereon
XC-1577 1863-07-31 Marshall McKay London, ON Canada A slat splitting machine
XC-1580 1863-08-06 William Driscoll Merrickville, ON Canada A double crank churning and horizontal boring machine
XC-1596 1863-10-02 Daniel Shepard Waterdown, ON Canada Stave cross cutter
XC-1616 1863-11-23 Samuel Smith Acton, ON Canada Improved machine for the jointing of staves for barrels, called “Smith's stave-jointer”
XC-1619 1863-11-24 Cyrenius Chapin Roe Brantford, ON Canada Horse power, called the “Canadian Horse Power”
XC-1623 1863-11-24 Thomas Bletcher Peterborough, ON Canada Wood sawing machine
XC-1650 1864-02-11 Hugh Cant Galt, ON Canada Improved form or description of steam engine, called “Cant's rotary engine”
XC-1662 1864-03-16 Alexander McCarter Walkerton, ON Canada A new and useful improvement in boxing-machine for carriage and waggon wheels
XC-1667 1864-04-04 Elijah Leonard London, ON Canada Improved sawing machine for the cross cutting of timber
XC-1680 1864-04-22 Joseph Paradis Montreal, QC Canada New and improved escapement hammer
XC-1692 1864-05-02 Samuel Noxon Ingersoll, ON Canada Cultivator, called “Noxon's Cultivator”
XC-1715 1864-06-17 John Vandyke Grimsby, ON Canada Boring machine
XC-1718 1864-06-21 Isaac Ireland Mount Forest, ON Canada Combined hoop and lath machine
XC-1730 1864-08-16 Samuel Malpuss Middleton Centre, ON Canada Shingle-jointer
XC-1743 1864-09-27 Joseph Thayer Belleville, ON Canada Guide-head for lathes, called “Thayer's eccentric guide-head”
XC-1759 1864-11-18 John Hanford Windsor, ON Canada Improved saw-setter, to be known as “Hanford's saw-setter”
XC-1762 1864-11-21 Henry Fryatt Aurora, ON Canada Improved sawing machine
XC-1770 1864-08-16 Samuel Malpuss Middleton Centre, ON Canada New and useful shingle-jointer
XC-1775 1864-12-10 James E. Mitchell Paris, ON Canada Matching machine, to be called “Mitchell's non-paralleled matching machine”
XC-1776 1864-11-29 George Lacey Darling Simcoe, ON Canada Machine to be called “Darling's Lever Power and Vertical Sawing Machine”
XC-1792 1865-02-08 David Bruce London, ON Canada Improved sawing machine
XC-1796 1865-02-15 John Ritchie Etchemin, QC Canada Machine for holding saw logs, to be called “Ritchie's patent attached sawmill chairs”
XC-1824 1865-04-17 William Hockin Guelph, ON Canada Stave chamfering and crozing machine
XC-1849 1865-06-20 John W. Terwilliger Ameliasburg, ON Canada Auger, called “the Farmer's Easy Borer”
XC-1850 1865-06-26 Samuel Smith Guelph, ON Canada Machine for cutting the locks of barrel and other hoops, to be called “Smith's Hoop Locking Machine”
XC-1893 1865-09-12 Samuel Smith Guelph, ON Canada Smith's improved combined Stave Machine
XC-1900 1865-09-23 James Kerr Galt, ON Canada Grain separator, called “Kerr's improved Grain Separator”
XC-1927 1865-11-25 Charles Taylor Bonaventure, QC Canada Machine for deepening and sharpening the teeth of saws
XC-1948 1866-01-31 D'Arcy Porter Toronto, ON Canada Improvement in rip saws
XC-1961 1866-02-23 Charles H. Waterous Brantford, ON Canada Improvement in the steam engine, known as “Waterous' Combined Portable and Stationary Engine”
XC-1987 1866-02-23 James Charles Fitzgerald Aurora, ON Canada Improved sawing machine
XC-1994 1866-02-28 James Chase Brooklin, ON Canada Wood lathe attachment
XC-2016 1866-04-13 Charles Powell York Township, ON Canada Rod coupling or joint for securing and fastening together wood or iron rods for pumps or other purposes
XC-2036 1866-05-03 Edward Miall Oshawa, ON Canada Dove-tailing machine, called “Miall's Dove-tailer”
XC-2083 1866-08-31 Joseph William Robinson Bridgewater, ON Canada Axe-Rolling and swagging machine for making chopping axes
XC-2099 1866-09-13 Parley Jabez Ayres Peterborough, ON Canada Auger handle, called “Ayres' magic Auger-Handle”
XC-2101 1866-09-13 Parley Jabez Ayres Peterborough, ON Canada Tire upsetting machine, called “Ayers' improved Tire upsetting Machine”
XC-2116 1866-09-19 Edward B. Meyer Quebec, QC Canada Improvements in drilling machines
XC-2146 1866-11-07 James William Davis Galt, ON Canada A mould board, called “The Maple Leaf”
XC-2149 1866-11-12 Matthew T. Wyatt Quebec, QC Canada Butting Machine
XC-2150 1866-11-13 Matthew T. Wyatt Quebec, QC Canada Combined Butting, Splitting, and Lath making Saw Bench
XC-2220 1867-01-25 B. H. Rose Unknown, Unknown Canada Improvement in the cross cut saw and buck saw respectively
XC-2228 1867-02-02 Michael Stevenson St. Mary, Perth County, ON Canada Drilling machine, called “A double hold hand drilling machine for Railroad Iron”
XC-2282 1867-03-20 Robert Lockhart Walkerton, ON Canada Hub and felloe boring machine for the use of wheel-wrights
XC-2283 1867-03-20 Robert Lockhart Walkerton, ON Canada Self centering face sett for the use of wheelwrights
XC-2306 1867-04-16 Francis Baker Kilbride, Halton County, ON Canada Rotary and non-exhaust Steam Engine
XC-2321 1867-04-23 Robert Thompson Oro, Simcoe County, ON Canada Log elevator
XC-2339 1867-05-13 John McIntyre Windsor, ON Canada Lateral Saw, called “McIntyre's Patent Lateral Saw”
XC-2354 1867-06-06 James Chase Brooklin, ON Canada Barrel head turner
XC-2357 1867-06-06 James Chase Brooklin, ON Canada Shingle and heading sawing machine
XC-2359 1867-05-13 William Hartley Mount Forest, ON Canada Sawing machine
XC-2378 1867-06-26 Gilbert Marcus Hoskings London, ON Canada Foot morticing machine
XC-2383 1867-06-28 Charles Powell Newton, ON Canada Improvements to pumps and hose attachments to pumps
XC-2396 1867-06-28 Samuel H. Cain Windsor, ON Canada Motion for vertical saw, or method of giving an upright saw (single or gangs,) the oscillating, reciprocating or whip saw or rocking motion
XC-2401 1868-01-03 William Owen Toronto, ON Canada Reversible rotary steam engine
XC-2416 1868-01-11 William Clements Newbury, ON Canada Veneer knife
XC-2458 1868-01-23 William B. Choate Galt, ON Canada Heat radiator
XC-2481 1868-02-04 Henry Yeager Berlin, ON Canada Improved combination water wheel, called “The Empire Water Wheel”
XC-2517 1868-03-09 Thomas West Sparrow Galt, ON Canada Self-adjusting rain water conductor
XC-2528 1868-03-13 Alexander Field Ward Gore of Camden, ON Canada Steam engine and frame combined with improved valve gear for cross-cutting logs
XC-2535 1868-03-17 Charles Edward Michaud Ottawa, ON Canada Steam turbine and rotary engine, called “Turbine-Vapeur-Michaud”
XC-2538 1868-03-23 Simion Sherman Vankleek Hill, ON Canada Apparatus for boring the hubs of wheels, called “Sherman's Hub Boring Apparatus”
XC-2558 1868-04-06 Thomas Dunham Finnigan Quebec City, QC Canada Rotary steam engine, called “The Improved Rotary Steam Engine”
XC-2560 1868-04-08 James Paton Clarke Yorkville, ON Canada The Domestic Saw Mill
XC-2561 1868-04-08 Henry Thomas Walters Ottawa, ON Canada Forging machine
XC-2590 1868-05-02 Henry Ludwick Weagant Morrisburgh, ON Canada Machine for cutting slats
XC-2608 1868-05-26 Charles H. Waterous Brantford, ON Canada Machine for sawing logs and cants into lumber
XC-2634 1868-06-18 Cyrus Sumner Bell Chatham, ON Canada Combined boring and morticing machine
XC-2635 1868-06-18 John Norton Yarmouth, ON Canada Norton's sawing and boring machine
XC-2696 1868-07-24 Thomas Morris Brantford, ON Canada Morris Improved Wrench
XC-2697 1868-07-24 Jonathan Ward Dorchester, ON Canada Ward's Imperial Saw Tooth and Gumming
XC-2716 1868-08-10 Isaac Beadell Bowerman South Norwich, ON Canada The Universal Adjustable Vice
XC-2733 1868-08-22 George Washington Bentley Pickering, ON Canada Bentley's Saw Gummer, Grinder, and Upset
XC-2741 1868-08-17 Adam Cant Galt, ON Canada Cant's Air Heater
XC-2778 1868-09-18 John Leugh Buckingham, QC Canada Leugh's improvement in Saw Teeth and an apparatus for forming the same
XC-2789 1868-09-22 Frederick Tremble Amherstburgh, QC Canada The Rotary Spoke Trimmer
XC-2801 1868-09-29 Adam Kay Galt, ON Canada Expanding mandrel for turning lathe
XC-2855 1868-12-01 Myron Socrates Brownell Vienna, Elgin County, ON Canada Machine for scroll sawing
XC-2856 1868-12-01 Myron Socrates Brownell Vienna, Elgin County, ON Canada Furniture caster, called “The Turntable Caster”
XC-2859 1868-12-01 William Washington Farmer Reach Township, ON Canada Farmer's Patent Lever Saw-Set
XC-2884 1868-12-02 Robert Highet Cobourg, ON Canada Buck saw handle, to be called “The Canadian single or double Brace Saw Stretcher”
XC-2897 1868-12-11 Christopher Sheely Reach Township, ON Canada Sheely's Improved Self-Fastening Saw Handle
XC-2907 1868-12-16 Timothée Beaudry St. Flavien Parish, QC Canada Gang of saws with different sets
XC-2950 1869-01-05 Morris C. Lutz Galt, ON Canada Heater and radiator
XC-2962 1869-01-14 E. Bartlett Bagot, ON Canada Rotary steam engine
XC-2987 1869-01-16 R. A. Ptolemy Tapleytown, ON Canada Rotary steam engine
XC-2992 1869-01-29 W. Osborne Galt, ON Canada Art of preparing meal from wheat
XC-2996 1869-01-25 T. H. Bottomley Toronto, ON Canada Edge-tool grinding machine
XC-3004 1869-02-06 E. E. Gilbert Montreal, QC Canada Improvements on steam engines and boilers
XC-3005 1869-01-08 J. A. Buchanan Burford, ON Canada Portable gang circular saw mill
XC-3021 1869-02-19 W. Allchin Paris, ON Canada Hot air drum
XC-3039 1869-02-24 G. Brooks Picton, ON Canada Machine for shaving wood
XC-3072 1869-03-29 E. Totman Hamilton, ON Canada Horse power
XC-3081 1869-03-22 Henry Yates Brantford, ON Canada Method of strengthening and preserving the rails of iron and wooden railways
XC-3088 1869-03-18 T. Adams Montreal, QC Canada Improvements on slide valves, pistons and glands
XC-3089 1869-03-24 M. T. Wyatt Quebec City, QC Canada Floating saw mill
XC-3131 1869-04-08 W. Prall Galt, ON Canada Improvement on adjusting pinions on horse powers and other machinery
XC-3176 1869-05-01 J. Lancaster Ottawa, ON Canada Improvements in shingle machines
XC-3191 1869-05-12 W. Buck Otonabee, ON Canada Clasp for securing the blades of cross-cut saws to their handles
XC-3202 1869-05-17 D. Smith Lakefield, ON Canada A saw mill swedger
XC-3207 1869-05-22 Henry Yates Brantford, ON Canada Railway track crossing
XC-3251 1869-06-07 J. Soules Queensville, ON Canada Improvements on saw tangs for crosscut saws
XC-3267 1869-06-11 W. P. Bartley Montreal, QC Canada Improvements on steam engines and pumps
XC-3285 1869-06-23 J. Filion St. Eustache, QC Canada Machine for sharpening and repairing the teeth of saws
XC-3300 1869-06-28 L. Davidson Brantford, ON Canada Improvement in the construction and use of railroad car wheels and crossings
XC-3302 1869-06-28 S. H. Cain Windsor, ON Canada Improvements in saw mills
XC-3313 1869-08-20 S. Cleveland Coaticook, QC Canada Machine for upsetting and bending tires, punching metals and gumming saws
XC-3321 1869-06-30 L. Davidson Brantford, ON Canada Improvements on railway tracks
XC-3325 1869-08-07 C. Young Windsor, ON Canada Washing machine

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