pt. 1. Argument of Horace H. Day, late India rubber manufacturer, before Committee on Patents, in Congress of the United States, April 22, 1864, against the extension of Goodyear patent for vulcanized rubber, showing Goodyear was not the inventor, and who was, showing the means adopted to obtain Judge Greir's decision creating the rubber monopoly, June, 1852, and also Goodyear receipts of
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With: Before Committee on patents, in House of Representatives, March, 1864 : in the matter of the application to Congress for extension of Goodyear rubber patent of June 14, 1844 : testimony of Charles Goodyear, Jr., taken before R.E. Stillwell, U.S. Commissioner, February 26, 1864, on behalf of the Providence Rubber Company, in opposition to the extension : also, testimony of C.G., Jr., on his own behalf, before R.E. Stillwell, U.S. Commissioner, Saturday, March 12th, 1864 : direct examination by J.T. Brady & Blachford : cross-examined by Parsons for Providence Rubber Company, and by Horace H. Day, for himself, in opposition, in which C.G. Jr. admits knowledge of receipts of large sums of money by his father not embraced in his application before Congress or the patent office : also, report of Dr. Anticel, chief examiner of the paten office, May 29, 1858, so far as it relates to the value of the invention, and receipts and disbursements, by which the opponents insist that Com. Halt was not authorized, under the laws of Congress, or the practice and rules of the patent office, to make the first extension of this patent for seven years. With: Before the Congress of the United States in the matter of the application for the extension of the Goodyear vulcanizing patent of June 15, 1844 : remarks of Abraham Payne, before the Committee on Parents of the House of Representatives. Providence : Printed by Cooke, Jackson & Co., 1864. With: Extension of Goodyear's patent : Argument of James T. Brady, Esq., in favor of extending Charles Goodyear's patent before the Committee on Patents and the Patent Office of the U.S. House of Representatives, April 25th, 1864. New York : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., Printers, 1864.
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Before Committee on patents, in House of Representatives, March, 1864 : in the matter of the application to Congress for extension of Goodyear rubber patent of June 14, 1844. Before the Congress of the United States in the matter of the application for the extension of the Goodyear vulcanizing patent of June 15, 1844. Extension of Goodyear's patent.