US266A - Serving and worming mallet - Google Patents

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JOHN B. PETITVAL, OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.

SERVING AND WORMING MALLET.

Specification of Letters Patent No. 266, dated July 11, 183'?.

To all whom t may concern Be it known that I, JOHN B. PETITVAL, of the city of Charleston, in the State of South Carolina, have invented an Improved Serving and forming Mallet for Serving and Worming Ropes for Marine Purposes; and I do hereby declare that the following is a full and exact description thereof.

I make the head of my mallet hollow, or tubular, for the purpose of inserting within it a bohhin, or loohloins, upon which the yarn, or yarns, used in the serving, or worming, are to he wound, and I allow the yarn, or yarns, to pass out from such bohbin, or bobhins, through a hole, or holes, made for that purpose. A groove is made along the mallet head, in the usual way, to receive the rope which is to he served, or wormed. l

In Figure l, in the accompanying drawing the line A, B, may be imagined to be drawn through the axis of the head B.

Fig. 2, is a section through this line, showing the excavation, or hollow part, C, C, in which to insert the bohloin D, Fig. 3.

E, Fig. 4:, is a piece of wood, or metal, which serves as a cover to the hollow C, C, and likewise to sustain the axis of one end of the bobbin D. The concavity F, corresponds with the groove along the head of the mallet. Gr, is the handle. I-I, H, represent the holes through which the yarn passes from the bobbin, or bobbins, in the process` of serving, or worming. To give a more free passage to the yarn, it may he found convenient to make longitudinal slots for this purpose, instead of simple holes.

The hollow, or excavation, in the head of the mallet, may, if preferred, be contin-` ued from end to end, so as to give greater length, and free play, endwise, to the hobhin, or bobbins; in which case, the handle G, may be passed into a suitable iron socket aliixed to the mallet. Instead of the circular head E, there may he a cross har atl the end, or ends, of the head, to sustain the axis of the bobbin, or hohbins; such bar, or bars, being so attached as to be readily removed and replaced when the hobbins aire to be renewed. The mode of using such a serving, or worming, mallet is so perfectly manifest as not to require any explanation.

What I claim as constituting my invention, is-

The making the head of a worming, or serving, mallet hollow, so as to receive and contain the bobbin, or bobbins, upon which the yarns are wound which are to be employed in the process of worming, or serving, not intending by anything herein set forth to limit myself in the particular manner of forming the respective parts, but to vary these as may be found convenient, while the distinguishing feature of my mallet, the hollow head, remains unchanged.

J. B. PETITVAL.

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THos. P. JONES, ANTHONY BARNEY.

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