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Patent XC-288: 1850-06-27, A new method of constructing saw mills for sawing timber

X Number Date Inventor City Title
XC-288 1850-06-27 James Trehearne Toronto, ON Canada A new method of constructing saw mills for sawing timber

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XC patents are Canadian patents issued between 1824 and 1869. Scans of this patent are not available. “The difference between the saw mills at present in use, and the one now invented is, that the latter is portable, although the working of it may be applied to stationary mills. The saw differs from those now used in stationary mills, as it does not work in the same way, but after the same manner as two men work one saw, and by applying machinery any number of saws can be worked in a similar way.”

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