Notes of the cause tried at the Liverpool summer assizes before Mr. Justice Cresswell and a special jury, August 27th 1845, between W.E. Newton and the Grand Junction Railway Company

for an infringement of letters patent for improvements in the construction of boxes for the axletrees of locomotive engines and carriages, and for the bearings or journals of machinery in general, and also for the improvements in oiling or lubrication of the same.
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Smith, Elder , London
Newton, William Edward -- Trials, litigation, etc., Grand Junction Railway Company (Great Britain) -- Trials, litigation, etc., Locomotives -- Great Britain -- Patents., Patent infringement -- Great Bri
GenreTrials, litigation, etc.
ContributionsWebster, Thomas, 1810-1875, former owner., Grand Junction Railway Company (Great Britain)
LC ClassificationsKD379.N49 N49 1845
The Physical Object
Pagination186 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16828543M
LC Control Number2008570836