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bear. The lower part, or cradle, is inade 160 of red lead,-60 of sand, -60 of in the shape of a common pen, with a siit borax. up the nib: the cradle has a plate sol- The third is–70 parts of red lead, dered on the front of it: the lower end -224 of sand, -40 of calcined borax. of the plate is fitted nearly close to the When these are subjected to such a inner part, or bollow of the nib, but left heat, as to be thereby completely fused, louse, and in a slanting direction towards he takes equal parts of each mixture, the point, and below the top of the slic and grinds them to an impalpable pow. up the nib, so that in writing, the nib der, for the purpose of being mixed with bending, it lets the ink pass freely, but a menstruuin proper for coating the not too copiously, to the point.
glass, Mr. F. claims; as part of his invention, The menstruin consists of one part of the method of cuiring and tiling the double-refined loaf-sugar, dissolved in socket of the pen, hollow in shape like two parts of pure water; to wliich is adthe nib of a pen, and making a small ded, at the time of mixing the powder, groove at the point, instead of the slit. about one-third part of common writing.
ink; the effect, we are toid, produced by MR. JOHN DAVENPORT's, (BARRIEM,) for this addition, is similar to that produced
a Method of ornamenting all kinds of by the addition of oxyd of manganese, Gluss, in Imitation of Engraving, 3c. used in a smail quantity by the glassby Means of which any Designs, how- makers, in making their best fiint-glass, ever elaborate, muy be executed in a because without such an addition the Style of Elegance hitherto unknown. specimens would be of a cloudy or
The method heretofore known for milky appearance. A quantity of this engraving on glass, has been by means of menstruuin is used sufficient to render a machine with wheels, of different sub- the ground-mixture of a proper constances, which have been employed with sistence, for laying on with a thin synooth sand, &c. to grind 'off some parts of the surface. When the coating or mixture surface of the glass which is to be ene is thus prepared, the glass is to be coated graved on, and then by means of grind. by means of a camel's hair brushi, or ing and polishing different parts on the squirrel's foot, &c., it is then to be exrough surface, the different figures are posed to a heat sufficient to produce a formed according to the designs given. semivitrification of the coated surface, By this invention, instead of grinding or and to incorporate it with the substanca taking off any part of the surface of the or body of glass, so coated. But the glass, the patentee, lays on an additional heat must not be carried higher than this, surface or coating of glass, prepared for because in that case, a complete vitrithe purpose, which when subjected to a fication would ensue, and the desired proper degree of heat, will incorporate effect of having a surface in imitation of with the glass to be operated upon, so as the rough surface produced by grinding, to produce an effect similar to that which would not be obtained: the article must, has hitherto been obtained by means of under such circumstances, be recoated, grinding. When it is required to or- and submitted again to the fire. If after vament glass, then, previously to the the coating has been applied, any borheat being applied, with an etching or ders, cyphers, or other ornaments, are engraving tool such parts are to be wanted to be executed thereon, then, taken out as will produce the required previously to the heat being applied, with effect, and that in a much superior way an etching or engraving tool, sich parts to the etiect produced by the usual mode of the coated surface must be chased out, of grinding, polishing, &c. The mate- as will produce the desired ctirct, after rials used are to be melted in a crucible, which the requisiic degree of heat is to or other pot, and they are to be inade up be applied. in the same manner, as if used for the This invention is not only applicable to making of the best flint glass, broken - all kinds of useful and ornamental articles glass, or as it is usnally denominated,' of glass-ware, on which the common * cullite" being the principal ingredient methods of engraving have been praca in it. Mr. D. gives several mixtures, of tised, but may be applied to windowwhich the first is,—160 parts of cullitt, glass and plate-glass, of every deseription, -10 of pearl ashes,--10 of red lead, in place of grinding, for the purpose (if -10 of arrence.
puking window.blinds. It is also said to The second is—120 parts of cullitt, be peculiarly adapted to produce beari, MONTHLY MAG. No. 195.
List of New Publications. tiful specimens of art, for the windows of wearing much cleaner than the work of altar-pieces, libraries, inusæums, coacir- ground-glass; the surface of which being windows, and for the glass used in or- fractured by the action of the wheel, &c. namental buildings of all descriptions, is therefore liable to gather dirt on the This invention has another advantage rough unpolished parts of the ' bor. over the cominon method, by the work ders, &c.
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VARIETIES, LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL.
Including Notices of Works in Hand, Domestic and Foreign. * Authentic Communications for this Article will always be thankfully received. D R. SCOTT, late oriental professor at will continue at the same hour on cach
the Royal East-India College, has Friday and Saturday evening. in the press, an edition of the Arabian An interesting volume is in the press Nights Entertainments, to be embellished by the Rev. Dr. WIUTAkER, formed with engravings from designs by Smirke. principally from Letters of Sir George The last edition in four vols. duodecimo, Radcliffe. of the translation from Galland's French Mr. Hutton, of Birmingham, is printversion, received considerable additions ing an account of his Trip to Coathdin, from the pen of Mr. Gough, of Enfield, a watering-place on the Yorkshire coast, This edition Dr. Scott adopts as his The Rev. Mr. Pelps has ncariy coinbasis, carefully revising and occasionally pleted his Botanical Calendar. correcting it from the Arabic original. A new edition is printing of Mr. CumTo this he bas added a new volume, BERLAND'S Poem on the Death of Christ, comprising thirty-five Tales, now first The dried specimens which accontranslated from an Arabic copy of the pany Mr. A mos's Treatise on Grasses, One Thousand and One Nights, brought may now be had without difficulty. into Europe by Edward Wortley Mon- Mr. Thomas Haynes, an experienced tagu, and deposited in the Bodleian Li- propagator of trees, shrubs, and plants, is brary; and also an Introduction and about to publish early in the spring, New Notes illustrative of the Religion, Man- and interesting Discoveries in llorticul. ners, Customs, and domestic Habits, &c. ture, as an improved systein of propaga. of the Mahumunedans.
ting fruit-trees, bardy American and other A new and enlarged edition is in the evergreens, and deciduous ornamental press, of Mr. Cummings's Observations trees and shrubs. on the Properties of Cylindrical and Co- The Spring Course of Lectures at St. nical Wheels, accompanied by a Sup- Thomas's and Guy's Hospitals, conplement elacidatory of the national ad., mence the beginning of February; viz. vantages to be expected from the inves- At St. Thomas's, Anatomy and the tigations of the select Committees of the Operations of Surgery, by Mr. Cline House of Commons.
and Mr. COOPER.--Principles and PracMrs. WEST's new novel, entitled the tice of Surgery, by Mr. Cooper. Refusal, will be published in a few days. At Guy's Hospital, Practice of Media
Mr. COOKE, of Brentford, has in the cine, hy Dr. BABINGTON and Dr. Cur. press, a practical treatise on Tinea Ca
-Chemistry, by Dr. BABINGTON, pitis Contagiosa; together with enqui. Dr. MARCET, and Mr. ALLEN. „Expefies into the nature and cure of Fungus, rimental Philosophy, by Mr. AưLEN.Hæmatodes, and Nævi Materni.
Theory of Medicine, and Materia Media Dr. JACKSON's Lectures on Philoso- ca, by Dr. Curry and Dr. CHOLMELEY, phical and Experimental Chemistry will –Midwifery, and Diseases of Women commence on Friday evening, Febru- and Children, by Dr. Haiguton.-Phyary oil, at eight o'clock, in the King's siology, or laws of the Animal EcoArms Ifall, 'Change Alley, Cornlill, and nomy, by Dr. HAIGHTOY.-Structure
and Diseases of the Teeth, by Mr. from the Origin of the Ilindoo GovernFox.
ment of that State, to the Extinction of Early in the month of February, will the Mohammedan Dynasty in 1799. be ready for publication, a new edition, Mr. WILLIAM WILKINS, author of being the thirty-third, of the Pantheon, the Antiquities of Magna Græcia, proposes by the Rev. Andrew Tooke. For this to publish in the ensuing spring in an impression, a series of beautiful and imperial quarto volume, a Trauslation of bizlily.finished plates in outline, are en.
the Civil Architecture of Vitruvius, ila graving from original drawings, from an- lustrated by numerous engravings exam uque statues, &c.
cuted by Lowry. A Letter to Sir John Nicholl, on his Dr. Aukin has in the press, in two late decision against a clergyman for re- octavo volumes, Memoirs of the Life of fusing to bury the child of a dissenter; Peter Daniel Bluet, Bishop of Avranches, with a preface addressed to the Arch- translated from the original, by Huet bishops and Bishops of the church of hinselt, with the addition of copious England, by a Cleryyman, is in the press, notes, critical and biographical.
The Rev. Thomas COMER is com- Major SAMUEL DALEs has nearly reapiling from unpublished manuscripts, and dy for publication, an Essay on the Study other authentic sources, the History of of the History of England, in one octavo the Parisian Massacre of St. Bartholo- volume. mew, wherein all the minute circum- The Rev. Mr. Hodgson is preparing stances of that sanguinary event are
a collective edition of the works of his faithfully pourtrayed.
venerable relation the late Bishop of ROBERT STEELF, Esq. of the Royal London; to which will be prefixed a Life Marines, is preparing for the press, a
of the author, founded on authentic maTour through the Atlantic, or Kecol. terials. lections from Madeira, the Azores, and
Dr. LAWRENCE is preparing for the Newfoundland, including the period of press, from the papers of his late brother, discurery, produce, manners, and cus. à volume of Critical Observations on the toms of each, with Memorandumis from New Testament, particularly on the Prothe convents visited in 1809, in his Ma phecies of the Revelations, jesty's ship Vestal.
Sir Richard Cort Hoare has in the The Rev. D. Davies, of Milford, press, the llistory of Ancient Wiltsluire ; Derbyshire, is engaged in writing a new and the first part, illustratent by several Historical and Descriptive View of the plates, will appear early in the spring. Town and County of Derby, in one large
The first volume of the Transactions volume, octavo: he invites communica- of the Wernerian Natural History Socitions respecting the antiquities, natural ety of Edinburgh, will speedily make its history, or recent improvements.
appearance. Mr. MudrorD has completed his
Dr. CHARLES ANDERSON, of Leith, Translation of Bausset's Life of Fenelon, the translator of Werner's classical work Miss RUNDELL, of Percy House, Bath,
on Veins, has in the press a Translation has just completed a Grammar of Sao of the celebrated Von Buchi's Blineralo. cred History, including the Old and New gical Description of the county of LanTestament, with Maps, &c.
den, in Silesia. Mr. JENNINGS’s amusing Poems, con
DAUBUISSON, a distinguished pupil of sisting of Retrospective Wanderings, the Werner, some time ago published an exMysteries of Mendip, the Magic Ball
, Son- cellent Description of the Floetz-trap pers, and other Pieces, are in the press. formation in Bohemia. A translation of
In the ensuing month will be published, this work by a member of the Wernerian a listory of the Mahrattas, prefaced by Society, will appear early this spring. an historical sketch of the Decan; con- The Map of Devonshire, by Colonel tuining a short account of the rise and MUDCE, is completed, and in another fall of the Moslim sovereignties, prior month, will be given to the public. Ex. to the ara of Mahratta independence, pectation has been much raised by this by Edward Scott Waring, Esq. work, from the high character of the
Lieut. Colonel MARK Wilks will author, whose affections have gone with publish early next month, in quarto, with his labours, in anxiety to exhibit his maps, the first volume of his Historical native county in the most perfect style; Sketches of the South of India, in an and we are induced to think, from the Atteinpt to çrace the listòry of Mysour, reprosentation of those who have seen it