18th Sept. 1828. W. Losh. Certain improvements in the formation of iron rails for railroads, and of the chains or pedestals, in or upon which the rails may be placed or fixed. - Described at page 413.
21st May, 1829. M. Dick. Improved railroad and method of propelling carriages thereon by machinery, for the purpose of conveying passengers, letters, intelligence, packets and other goods with great velocity. - Described at page 401.
7th Sept. 1830. C. B. Vignoles, and J. Ericsson. Certain additions to locomotive engines. - Described at page 467.
21st Feb. 1831. J. Grime. Certain methods of dissolving snow or ice, on the trams or railways, in order that locomotive engines and carriages and other carriages may pass over railroads without any obstruction, or impediment, from such snow or ice. - Described at page 445.
11th March, 1831. Robert Stephenson. For an improvement in the axles and parts which form the bearings at the centres of wheels for carriages, which are to travel upon railways. - Described at page 470.
30th April, 1831. George Stephenson. For an improved mode of making wheels for locomotive carriages. The improvement consists in the substitution of hollow tubes of wrought iron, instead of solid bars, for the spokes of the wheels; the application of a preparation of borax, as a flux to the ends of such tubular spokes, previously to placing them in the sand mould; and then of running the cast metal around them to form the fellies and the nave.
5th Sept. 1831. George Forrester. For certain improvements in wheels for carriages and machinery, which improvements are applicable to other purposes.
13th April 1832. R. Roberts. Certain improvement, or certain improvements in steam engines, and also in the mechanism through which the elastic force of steam is made to give impulse to, and regulate, the speed of locomotive carriages.
29th June, 1832. J. Macdonald. Improvements in the construction of railways.
18lh Sept. 1832. R. Badnall. Improvements in the construction of the trams or rails or lines of tramroads, upon which locomotive engines shall or may be worked. - Described at page 513.
6th Nov. 1832. H. Scrivener. For certain improvements in the construction of iron railways. - Described at page 417.
20th Dec. 1832. Jos. Saxton. Certain improvements in propelling carriages, and in propelling vessels for inland navigation. - Described at page 510.
26th Jan. 1833. R. Stephenson. Certain improvements in the locomotive steam engine, now in use for the quick conveyance of goods and passengers upon edge railroads.
1st June, 1833. Wm. Jessop. Certain improvements in the construction of railways. - Described at page 414.
10th June, 1833. R. Smith and J. Walkinshaw. Improved rail for railroads.
7th Oct. 1833. R. Stephenson. Certain improvements in the locomotive steam engine now in use for the quick conveyance of passengers and goods upon edge railroads.
Forming driving wheels (of six wheeled locomotives) with plain tires, i. e. without flanges, and a peculiarly constructed brake, set in action by a small steam engine. - See further page 449.
11th Dec. 1833. R. Stephenson. Improvements in the mode of supporting the iron rails for edge railroads. - Described at page 415.
1st March, 1834. H. Pinkus. Improved method of, or apparatus for, communicating and transmitting, or extending motive power, by means whereof carriages or waggons may be propelled on railways, or common roads, and vessels may be propelled on canals. - Described at page 487.
8th Oct. 1834. B. Hick. Certain improvements in the locomotive steam carriages, parts of which improvements are applicable to ordinary carriages and to steam engines employed for other uses. - Described at page 483.
20th Nov. 1834. R.Whiteside. Certain improvements in the wheels of steam carriages, and in the machinery for propelling the same, also applicable to other purposes.
22d Jan. 1835. J. Day. Improvement or improvements in the construction of railways.
16th Feb. 1835. J.Price. Certain improvements in railways, and in the means of transporting carriages from one level to another.
4th March, 1835. T. F. Bergin. Improvements in railway carriages, which improvements are applicable to other purposes. - Described at page 475.
5th May, 1835. J.Reynolds. Certain improvements in railways. - Described at page 419.
10th Aug. 1835. S. W. Nicholl. Certain improvements in rendering steam engines portable, and applicable as a means of general transport on rail and other roads.
17th Aug. 1835. H. Pinkus. Improvements in inland transit, which improvements are applicable to and may be combined with an improved method of, or combination of methods and apparatus for communicating and transmitting or extending motive power, by means whereof carriages or waggons may be propelled on railways or roads, and vessels may be propelled on canals. - Described at page 487.
3d Dec. 1835. T. Parkin. Improvements in sleepers or hearers applicable to railways. - Described at page 420.
16th Dec. 1835. H. Booth. Improved method of attaching railway carriages together, for the purpose of obtaining steadiness and smoothness of motion.- Described at page 482.
23d Jan. 1836. H. Booth. Improvements applicable to locomotive steam engines, and railway carriages.
23d April, 1836. G. A. Kollman. Improvements in railways, and in locomotive carriages. - Described at page 468.
23d April, 1836. E. J. Massey. Improvements in railway and other locomotive carriages.
17th Mag, 1836. H. W. Wood. Certain improvements in certain locomotive apparatus.