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  • Figure l is a side elevation, and Fig. 2 a plan view, of our invention.
  • Fig. 3 is a longitudinal vertical section of the same through the line m a7, Fig. 2.
  • A represents the shell of the galley, in the front part ot' which is a nre-box, B, with ordinary stove-holes above the same for the reception of a series of cooking utensils.
  • our galley we prefer to make a series of fire-boxes-one for each stove-hole--so that only so much fire need to be made as is absolutely necessary for the cooking to be done.
  • O O are the apertures for the admission of coal to the fire box or boxes.
  • D is the grate, the rear end of which rests on a tlange, a, and the front end between two ianges, b b, as shown in Fig. 3, making it perfectly secure. These latter flanges also strengthen the. shell A.
  • ash-pit E into which air is admitted to supply the ire through suitable dalnpers in front.
  • a firebox, B In the rear part of the galley is a firebox, B, extending the entire width of the galley, and provided with grate, ash-pit, and coal-holes, substantially as described for the front.
  • G G Above the nre-box B is a series of boilers, G G, for cooking for the ships crew, said boilers being so arranged as to form ues between them, through which the heat and smoke may circulate freely.
  • Each boiler Gr is provided with a faucet, d, extending through the back, as shown.
  • the warming-oven I Between the tire-boxes B and B is the warming-oven I, and above the lsame is the baking-oven H, it being, however, understood that the warming-oven may also be used for baking purposes, if desired.
  • Under the center of the oven I is a partitiome, dividing the iue under the same.
  • Between the two ovens is a perforated partition, f,with dampers h h, and above the oven H is a partition, m, extending up into the stove-pipe collar J on the top of the galley, over which collar the stove-pipe L is placed.
  • a hinged damper, t'. l? is the tlue at the front of the oven H, having a due, P', extending on top of the oven to the partition m.
  • R is the ue at the back of said oven, having a similar top ilue, R. l
  • the dampers 7L When fire is made both in' front and rear of the galley the dampers 7L It should be closed, and the damper t stand vertically. If fire is made only at the front, and the oven H not required for use, the dampers h h are closed, and the damper t' turned down to close the outlet for the tlue R', when the smoke will pass directly up the due l? to the smoke-pipe. If, however, it is desired to use the oven H, the dampers h must be opened, and the damper t' be turned to close the outlet for the ilue R', when the smoke from the front fire-boxes will pass between the ovens,through the partitionl f, and through the nues R R to the smokepipe. They dampers are operated in similar manner when tire is made in the rear re-box only.
  • a n are stay-rods, for strengthening the galley, and holding it firmly together.
  • the boilers Gr are connected by pipes p with the smokepipe L, to carry ott' all steam and odor from the same.
  • On the top of the galley are made suitable railings S for hanging kitchen forks, spoons, and other similar articles.
  • a similar railing is made to surround the vessels on the front part of the galley.
  • the end pieces t of this latter railing are hinged at their front ends, and fastened at their rear ends by pins between ears or projections y on the galley. By opening or swinging outward these side pieces the vessels on the front part of the galley may be slid ofi' from either side, obviating the necessity of lifting them over the railing.

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Patented July 13, 1875.
UNITED STATES PATENT Genion;
JAMES A. LIISBY AND JOHN V. SMITH, OF WASHINGTON, O., ASSIGNORS OF ONE-HALE THEIR RIGHT TO WAIJTON BROTHERS, OF NEW YORK CITY.
IMPROVEMENT IN SHIPS GALLEVS.
Sprcific-.ition forming part of Letters Patent No. 165,423, dated July 13, 1875; application iiled June'lO, 1875.
To all whom it may concern Be it known that we, JAMES A. LUSBY and JOHN V. SMITH, of Washington, District of Columbia, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Ships Galley 5 and we do hereby declare that the following is a full, clear, and exact description thereof, which will enable others skilled in the art to which it pertains to make and use the same, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, and to the letters of reference marked thereon, which form a part of this specification.
The nature of our invention consists in the construction and arrangement ota cooks galley for vessels, as will be hereinafter more fully set forth. i
In the accompanying drawings, Figure l is a side elevation, and Fig. 2 a plan view, of our invention. Fig. 3 is a longitudinal vertical section of the same through the line m a7, Fig. 2.
A represents the shell of the galley, in the front part ot' which is a nre-box, B, with ordinary stove-holes above the same for the reception of a series of cooking utensils. In the practical operation ot' our galley we prefer to make a series of lire-boxes-one for each stove-hole--so that only so much lire need to be made as is absolutely necessary for the cooking to be done. O O are the apertures for the admission of coal to the lire box or boxes. D is the grate, the rear end of which rests on a tlange, a, and the front end between two ianges, b b, as shown in Fig. 3, making it perfectly secure. These latter flanges also strengthen the. shell A. Below the grate D is the ash-pit E, into which air is admitted to supply the ire through suitable dalnpers in front. In the rear part of the galley is a lirebox, B, extending the entire width of the galley, and provided with grate, ash-pit, and coal-holes, substantially as described for the front. Above the nre-box B is a series of boilers, G G, for cooking for the ships crew, said boilers being so arranged as to form ues between them, through which the heat and smoke may circulate freely. Each boiler Gr is provided with a faucet, d, extending through the back, as shown. Between the tire-boxes B and B is the warming-oven I, and above the lsame is the baking-oven H, it being, however, understood that the warming-oven may also be used for baking purposes, if desired. Under the center of the oven I is a partitiome, dividing the iue under the same. Between the two ovens is a perforated partition, f,with dampers h h, and above the oven H is a partition, m, extending up into the stove-pipe collar J on the top of the galley, over which collar the stove-pipe L is placed. Within the collar J at the upper edge of the partition m, is a hinged damper, t'. l? is the tlue at the front of the oven H, having a due, P', extending on top of the oven to the partition m. R is the ue at the back of said oven, having a similar top ilue, R. l
When fire is made both in' front and rear of the galley the dampers 7L It should be closed, and the damper t stand vertically. If lire is made only at the front, and the oven H not required for use, the dampers h h are closed, and the damper t' turned down to close the outlet for the tlue R', when the smoke will pass directly up the due l? to the smoke-pipe. If, however, it is desired to use the oven H, the dampers h must be opened, and the damper t' be turned to close the outlet for the ilue R', when the smoke from the front fire-boxes will pass between the ovens,through the partitionl f, and through the nues R R to the smokepipe. They dampers are operated in similar manner when tire is made in the rear re-box only.
a n are stay-rods, for strengthening the galley, and holding it firmly together. The boilers Gr are connected by pipes p with the smokepipe L, to carry ott' all steam and odor from the same. On the top of the galley are made suitable railings S for hanging kitchen forks, spoons, and other similar articles. A similar railing is made to surround the vessels on the front part of the galley. The end pieces t of this latter railing are hinged at their front ends, and fastened at their rear ends by pins between ears or projections y on the galley. By opening or swinging outward these side pieces the vessels on the front part of the galley may be slid ofi' from either side, obviating the necessity of lifting them over the railing.
Having thus fully described our invention, what We claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is-
1. The fire-boxes B B' and'Warming-oven I, in combination with the partition e, oven H, perforated partition f, dampers h h, oven H, and partition m, extending into the stove-pipe collar J, all as and for the purpose set forth.
2. The lines R and R', in combination with the flues P and P', damper t', partition f,boil ers Gr, and oven H, all constructed and operating as and for the purpose specified.
3. The combinatiomin a ships galley, of the JAS. A. LUSBY. JOHN V. SMITH.
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C. H. WATSON, H. C. SCOTT.
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