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Mr. Joseph HUDD ART's (1st, INGto N) for a new Mode of making great cABLEs, &c. so as to attain greater Strength, by a more equal Distribution of the Strain upon the Yarns. HE method adopted by the patentee cannot be explained to the general reader without the use of several figures. But having described the various parts of the machinery and implements to be used, the operation is as follows.-The bobbins, which are made something in the form of the barrel in a watch on which the chain runs, being all wound full of yarn, they are put upon the spindles, and the ends of the yarns led through small holes and ends of the spindle. One end of the spindle is put into the end of the axis, and the other end dropped into a notch in the rail; then some of the yarn is drawn off, and the springs regulated, till of equal force and sufficiently tight. The yarns are then to be drawn off, leaving that from the bobbin long enough to reach the fore-part of the machine, where it is to be knotted to the yarns of the strand,
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