MACHINE FOR FOLDING PAPERS, ETC.—John Thompson, New York city, executor of Thomas Thompson, late of Brooklyn, N. Y., deceased, has ap-pliedfor an extension of the above patent. Day of hearing Feb. 9,1870. CULTIVATING PLOW.—William E. Wyche, Brookville, N.C., has petitioned for the extension of the above patent. Day of hearing, Feb. 9,1870. METHOD OF BOTTLING FLUID UNDER GASEOUS PRESSURE.—Jane Quan tin and Henry A. Pintard, Philadelphia, Pa., executors of Alphonse Quan tin, deceased, have applied for an exension of the above patent. Day of hearing, Feb. 16, 1870. HARVESTER RAKE.—Owen Dorsey, of Newark, Ohio, has petitioned for an extension of the above patent. Day of hearing Feb. 16,1870. METHOD OF BENDING WOOD.—John C. Morris, Cincinnati, Ohio, has applied for an extension of the above patent. Day of hearing Feb. 23,1S70. Caveats are desirable if an inventor is not fully prepared to apply f or his patent. A Caveat affords protection for one year against the issue of a patent to another for the same invention. Patent Office fee on filing a Caveat, $10. Agency charge for preparing and filing the documents from Jie to.$12. Address MUNN CO., 37 Park Row, New York, Inventions Examined at the Patent Gflilce.Inventors can have a careful search made at the Patent Office into the novelty of their inventions, andreceive areport in writing as to the probable success of an application. Send sketch and description by mail, inclosing fee of $5. Address MUNN CO., 3+7 Park Row, New York.
This article was originally published with the title "Applications for Extension of Patents" in Scientific American 21, 26, 412 (December 1869)