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 Searched for: Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson Signed Patent

[P] Andrew Jackson as President and John Forsythe Signed Patent for Improvement in the Method of Heating Houses, Ships, & Other Places Denominated "Cochran’s Steam Fire Place" [American President] [Science & Technology] [Maritime Document]

Document signed "Andrew Jackson" as President and "John Forsyth" as Secretary of State, and "B[enjamin] F. Butler" as Attorney General; Washington, D.C., July 18, 1834, one page, vellum, with white paper presidential seal and ribbon. Includes a one page description of the invention, signed by the inventor.

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Andrew Jackson Signed Patent

[P] Andrew Jackson as President and John Forsyth Signed Patent for Improvement in the Machine for Grinding Grain [American President] [Science & Technology]

Document signed "Andrew Jackson" as President and "John Forsyth" as Secretary of State, and "B[enjamin] F. Butler" as Attorney General; Washington, D.C., August 19, 1834, one page, vellum, with white paper presidential seal and ribbon. Includes a one and one-thirds page description of the invention, signed by the inventor.

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Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren DS

ww: Andrew Jackson as President and Martin Van Buren Signed Patent for "New and Useful Improvement in the Steam Engine" [American President] [Science & Technology]

Document signed "Andrew Jackson" as President and "M. Van Buren" as Secretary of State, and "J[oh]n: Macpherson Berrien" as Attorney General to Charles Potts; Washington, D.C., May 31, 1830, one page, vellum, with white paper presidential seal and ribbon. Includes a three and three-quarter page description of the invention, signed by the inventor, and with drawing of the invention.

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Andrew Jackson Signed Patent

[P] Andrew Jackson as President and Asbury Dickins Signed Patent for Improvement in the Dead Spindle for Spinning Cotton called the Friction Axis [American President] [Science & Technology]

Document signed "Andrew Jackson" as President and "Asbury Dickins" as Secretary of State, and "B[enjamin] F. Butler" as Attorney General to Henry G. Davis; Washington, D.C., September 9, 1835, one page, vellum, with white paper presidential seal and ribbon. Includes a one and one-half page description of the invention, signed by the inventor.

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Andrew Jackson Signed Patent

[P] Andrew Jackson as President and John Forsyth Signed Patent for Improvement in the Stove [American President] [Science & Technology]

Document Signed for improvement in the stove. Accompanied by a one-and-a-half page description of the invention, signed by Mott: “What I claim as my improvement...is the casting the entire front thereof in one piece, in the manner set forth...” Document also signed by Benjamin F. Butler as Attorney General. To Jordan L. Mott, July 21, 1835. One page.



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Andrew Jackson Signed Patent

[P] Andrew Jackson as President and John Forsyth Signed Patent for an Improvement in the Piano Forte [American President] [Science & Technology]

Document Signed for an improvement in the Piano Forte. Accompanied by a one-page description of the invention: “...an entire and distinct frame of solid cast iron...” On verso is an endorsement signed by Isaiah Clark, transferring patent title to William Wiswell, D. Bloodget, and I. Cooper for $46, Cincinnati, May 26 1836. Document also signed by B. F. Butler as Attorney General. To Isaiah Clark, March 2, 1836. One page.

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