6th Aug. 1836. T. Binns. Improvements in railways, and in the steam engines to be used thereon, and for other purposes.
4th Oct. 1836. J. White. Certain improvements on railways.
13th Oct. 1836. J. Ruthven. Improvements in the formation of rails or rods for making railways, and in the method of fixing or joining them.
8th Nov. 1836. J.E.Smith. Improvements in railways, and in locomotive carriages to work on such railways.
9th Dec. 1836. J. Yates. Improvements in tramroads or railroads, and in the wheels, or other parts of carriages to be worked thereon.
15th Dec. 1836. J. Melling. Certain improvements in locomotive steam engines to be used upon railways or other roads, part or parts of which improvements are also applicable to stationary steam engines, and to machinery in general.
25th April, 1837. J. Pirn, and T. F. Bergin. For an improved means or method of propulsion on railways.
Certain peculiar arrangements for applying manumotive power to propelling carriages on railways.
13th Mag, 1837. P. B. G. Debac. Improvements applicable to railroads.
26th July, 1837. J. Melling. Improvements in locomotive steam engines, to be used upon railways, parts of which improvements are applicable to stationary steam engines, and to machinery in general. - Described at page 425.
25th Nov. 1837. H. P. Vaile. Improvements in rails for railroads.
19th Dec. 1837. E. B. Rowley. Certain improvements applicable to locomotive engines, tenders, and carriages, to be used upon railroads, and which improvements are also applicable to other useful purposes.
4th Jan. 1838. N. Worsdell. Improvements in apparatus to facilitate the conveyance of mail bags, and other parcels on railways or roads.
Apparatus for receiving and delivering railway bags and parcels, along a line of railway, at places intermediate between the stations, without stopping the train. The bags to he delivered are suspended by their loop from two pins in a bar projecting from the carriage, from which bar also projects a prong or hook, and the bags to be received from the post house are suspended from a similar apparatus, attached to a lamp post By passage of the carriage past the lamp post, the hook on the latter passes through the loop of the carriage bags, and bears them off the pins, and the hook on the carriage in like manner carries off the post house bags.
8th Feb. 1838. J. Deville. Certain improvements in railroads, and in the carriages to be used thereon.
10th March, 1838. T. Evans. Improved rail for railway purposes, together with the mode of manufacturing and fastening down the same.
18th June, 1838. J. White. Certain improvements in the construction of railroads, bridges, and viaducts.
10th Aug. 1838. E. de Beuret. Certain improvements in the construction of railroads and tramroads, to facilitate the ascent and descent of hills and inclined planes.
15th Aug. 1838. C. Fox. Improved arrangement of rails for the purpose of causing a railroad engine, carriage, or train, to pass from one rail to another.
25th Aug. 1838. J. C. Hadden. Certain improvements in the construction of carriages to be used on railways, and in the method of forming the same into trains.
31st Aug. 1838. J. Curtis. Certain improved machinery and apparatus, for facilitation of travelling, and transport on railways, parts of which are applicable to other purposes. - Described at page 428.
13th Sept. 1838. T. Wilkinson. Certain improvements in the construction of tram or railways, and in the carriages to be used thereon.
3d Now 1838. J. Deville. Improvements in railroads, and in carriages thereon.
17th Dec. 1838. J. Hawkshaw. Certain improvements in mechanism, or apparatus applicable to railways, and also to carriages to be used thereon.- Described at page 525.
22d May, 1839. T. Harper. Certain improvements in railways or tram-roads.
17th Aug. 1839. G. A. Kollman. Improvements in railways, and in locomotive and other carriages. Described at page 468
21st Nov. 1839. J. Faram. Certain improvements in the mode of constructing, applying, and using railway switches, for connecting different lines of railway, or two distant railways, and for passing locomotive steam and other engines, and railway carriages and waggons, from the one to the other of such railways, and for certain apparatus connected therewith.
4th Dec. 1839. C. Nickels. Improvements in propelling carriages.
4'A Dec. 1839. J. Nasmyth. Certain improvements applicable to railway carriages.
3d March, 1840. J. Rangeley. Improvements in the construction of railways, and in the means of applying power to propel carriages, and machinery.
12th May, 1840. H. Dircks. Certain improvements in the construction of locomotive steam engines, and in wheels to be used on rail and other ways, parts of which improvements are applicable to steam engines generally.
28th May, 1840. D. Gooch. Certain improvements in wheels and locomotive engines to be used on railways.
28th May, 1840. W. H. Smith. Improvement or improvements in the mode of resisting shocks to railway carriages and trains, and also in the mode of connecting and disconnecting railway carriages; also in the application of springs to carriages.