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Charles Whitlow, for working ma- David Mushet, for improvements in nufactures from certain plants of the the manu facturing of iron. genuses Urtica and Asclepias." William Edridge, for an improved
Robert Brown, for improvements on fire-engine. the machinery of ploughs.
Joseph Harvey, for a machine for James Gardner, for improvements the better striking and finishing of a machine for cutting hay and leather.
Richard Dixon, for improvements William Pope, for improvements on
in the construction of trunks and wheel-carriages, and methods of ma- portmanteaus. king them go without animals.
John Street, for improvements in Grace Eliz. Service, for new me- the making and working of bellows. thods of manufacturing straw.
John Edwards, for a method of preJohn Taylor, for methods of refi- venting leakage in ships and other vesning sugar.
sels. Charles Sylvester, for improvements John Chesholms, for a method of in bobbin lace.
constructing register and other stoves. Robert Baynes, for improvements in Stephen Price, for a machine for vertical windmill sails.
shearing woollen cloths. Robert Dickinson, for improved Thomas Field Savery, for a salt posmeans for the propulsion of vessels sessing the property of the Sedlitz through the water.
Samuel Balden and John Burten. James Carpenter, for an improved shaw, for a machine for the better curry-comb. beating of ovens.
William Bemman, for improvements William Madeley, for an improved in ploughs. drilling machine.
Thomas Ashmore, for a new mode John Lewis, for an improved shear. of making leather. ing machine.
THE VISION OF BELSHAZZAR.
On golden throne,
He sits in state.
Around him wait
And, nearer seen, his lovely queen
Young beauty smiles,
Hearts that dance, and eyes that laugh ;
Lo! the monarch lies-
Close his raptured eyes.
Shrill and strong, breaks the song
The battle and the brave.
Those vessels shine with Heathen wine,
The song of triumphing.
VI. “ Who comes, in his glory, from Babylon's waters, Devouring the earth in the wrath of his slaughters? Who comes, like the sun, in the joy of the morn, His blood-reeking banners by victory borne?
In the strength of his shields, the Assyrian comes down,
Starting from the banquet board."
The cold flesh quivers on the bone.
There rivetted—it gazes glazed.
Traces the characters of doom.
O’er all that gorgeous room,
Chaldea's Seers, aghast,
Belshazzar's bape !
Burning in brightness.
Reverend in whiteness.
He saw, he read, he spoke ;
As the arrow from the bow,
Starts he to life,
Flashes the flame of its glances;
Kindled and wild he advances ;