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Patent XC-152: 1835-04-28, A certain apparatus to be attached to saw mills

X Number Date Inventor City Title
XC-152 1835-04-28 William M. Jackson Kingston, ON Canada A certain apparatus to be attached to saw mills
Martin Rich Kingston, ON Canada

Comments

XC patents are Canadian patents issued between 1824 and 1869. Inventor Rich was an American from upstate New York (Candor, Ithaca, Caroline) who received several US patents for sawmill dogs. “The one to effect the fixing or setting of the log by hand, for the purpose of cutting the stuff truly parallel, without any stump end; and the other to affect the same purposes, in a more effectual manner, by a self-acting of the log by a combination of cast iron levers.”

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