The Hosier & glover's gazette and outfitter's chronicle, Volume 2

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Page 6 - The fig-tree, not that kind for fruit renown'd, But such as, at this day, to Indians known, In Malabar or Decan spreads her arms, Branching so broad and long, that in the ground The bended twigs take root, and daughters grow About the mother tree, a pillar'd shade, High overarch'd, and echoing walks between...
Page 17 - ... loose ; thus may you keep on your smooth and even course, making existence one fair and consistent piece — until, together, having passed the heel, you come to the very toe of life, and here, in the final narrowing off, and dropping the coil of this emblematical pair of companions and comforting associates, nothing appears but white, the token of innocence and peace, of purity and light — may you, like these stockings, the final stitch being dropped, and the work completed, go together from...
Page 15 - The decree of the Circuit Court is reversed; and the case is remanded to that court, with a direction to dismiss the bill, •with costs.
Page 15 - In the present case there was no mistake in the wording of the claim of the original patent. The description warranted no other claim. It did not warrant any claim covering bands not short or sectional.
Page 15 - This mixture is applied to the goods by means of a brush, and allowed to remain for twelve hours, occasionally renewing the moistening. After this time, the stained pieces are pressed between cloth, and then rubbed with a clean rag. Drying, and if possible a little steaming, is generally sufficient to thoroughly remove the stains. Stains on silk garments which are dyed with delicate...
Page 15 - ... shows that the patentee was drawing a sharp contrast between the only bands he contemplated — short or sectional bands — and a continuous band, of one piece of material, as long as the collar. The original patent industriously excluded from its scope a continuous band. In the reissue, to cover aconNotes and citations.
Page 13 - The importance of the rubber tree in connection with the many and useful purposes to which it is now applied can hardly be estimated.
Page 13 - ... after the original patent was granted, the case is one where it is sought merely to enlarge the claim of the original patent, by repeating that claim and adding others ; where no mistake or inadvertence is shown, so far as the short or sectional bands are concerned ; where the patentee waited until the defendants produced their continuous band collar, and then applied for such enlarged claims as to embrace the defendants...
Page 14 - The Circuit Court adopted the view, that a band, composed of two sectional bands, starting from the centre, and proceeding with a graduated curve and increasing width, would not make the whole band any less a continuous band with a graduated curve and increasing width towards each end ; that the use of a continuous band of the latter description would not make the parts of it each side of the...
Page 14 - Court. the other features of the collar existed ; that, if there existed, before "Wilson's invention, a collar having those features, the fact that it had not such vertical seam would not distinguish it from the "Wilson invention ; that the real invention shown in the original specification was that claimed in the reissue ; and that the reissue was, therefore, valid. The defendants...

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