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British Patent Office Seal
A.D. 1878, 1st October. Nº3859.
Transmitting Light into Apartments
(Provisional Protection not allowed.)
 
    PROVISIONAL SPECIFICATION left by Frederick Hamilton and Frederick Alma Hamilton at the Office of the Commissioners of Patents on the 1st October 1878.

    FREDERICK HAMILTON and FREDERICK ALMA HAMILTON, both of 25, Poole Road, South Hackney, in the County of Middlesex, Engineers. "IMPROVEMENTS IN ORNAMENTAL GLASSES SET IN FRAMES FOR THE PURPOSE OF ILLUMINATING BASEMENTS AND OTHER APARTMENTS."

    The object of our Invention is to provide a more useful means and ornamental appearance of transmitting day light into apartments as occasion may require by the application of glass "cast" or "moulded" to ornamental designs, and shapes of one or more colors with parts "ground" or "cut" set in on metal or other framing with bolts, screws, rivets, or other simple mechanical means for holding the said glasses in the required position; the said glasses to be set on cememt or other suitable material so as to soundly bed.



LONDON: Printed by GEORGE EDWARD EYRE and WILLIAM SPOTTISWOODE,
Printers to the Queen's most Excellent Majesty.
For Her Majesty's Stationery Office.

1879.