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 - Aqueduct JJifitts. ' TUS. subscriber having...
Aqueduct JJifitts. ' TUS. subscriber having been at great ex-pence, ex-pence, ex-pence, during the last, aatl present' seiuinn, in get tin ir into .opei'iitioii Jamca jlavuei Patent Patent Machine for malting earthen Atue-titct Atue-titct Atue-titct Pipes, for conveying wat-r wat-r wat-r in diU'wrenl places in the stale's of Con ecticut, Ivlussu'cliu.setis, Vcnnout and New York ; lias the sutisfiietion to find, oh a general Inquiry, that the Pipes have in no instance instance failed i and lie believes that those, who have used tlicin, are entirely i-atislicd i-atislicd i-atislicd of their utility, and that .they have been found far pref-arable pref-arable pref-arable to aiiy-olhcr aiiy-olhcr aiiy-olhcr of conveying water. He now for. the first time informs the public, that he is the proprietor of said Machine fur the west part of Massachusetts, Copnecticuti and New York ; and will give the most liberal tcrins to any person or water-company water-company water-company that may wisli to use the machine, or will supply them with,any 'quantity of -Pipes -Pipes wanted, from ihe different different places where the Machines are put in operation. For furlher particulars, inquire of Mr Seih Gnnjtmin, of W-l-Hartford, W-l-Hartford, W-l-Hartford, W-l-Hartford, W-l-Hartford, who has a' Machine and can furnish any number of Pipes; on the shortest notice ; or Capt. Stephen t'yter, ol lomngliin, who is autliorised to malco any contract for the propsietnr ; or application in ay be made to the proprietor, or his agent, con. stautly residing in Troy, state'of "New-York. "New-York. "New-York. These Pipes are constructed by cnmpressinij tile clay in a mould, and driving-a driving-a driving-a perforator or spin-die spin-die spin-die through -It -It witU great pressure. Al'ier they are ji'O'ily dried, tho ends are trimmed, to malco th nni m.nch fxuetly,, and are cemented when th-y.iiri! th-y.iiri! th-y.iiri! put diiwn. The ei'nninon size is from, one to iwn incliCM bore, but ihe proprietor has' of late I'steiuicd iheir size, in -Troy, -Troy, to five "inches" bure, and the sides to the thickness of two inches. From the experiuieu the jn-opi'tc-tor jn-opi'tc-tor jn-opi'tc-tor jn-opi'tc-tor jn-opi'tc-tor lias made, he is vS opinion thai they can be mailt: to any size that can be handU-d handU-d handU-d ; and that tlioy will be found useful in conveying water for mills, munufuctiiries, "c. . The proprietor -la -la nwaiv, thai Rieat imposi-tious imposi-tious imposi-tious have, been jiiiu-ticed jiiiu-ticed jiiiu-ticed upmi the publx by means of new invent'ims, vbicb have entirely failed in ilntir operation i but ho presunu-s presunu-s presunu-s a suluciitiit irml has been made of these pipes, to establish their superiority and excellence. ' KOMAN FYr.Ell. October 'M. lw ,

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  1. Hartford Courant,
  2. 02 Oct 1811, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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