To Secretary - In reply to the foregoing states that no - has been issued to Mr. D. Penning for his alleged invention and that the Law does not provide for the issued of a Patent in any case whatever. That the filing under act no. 6 of 1856 of a specification of an alleged mention does not afford any quarantee of the correctness of the description or of the originality of the invention itself and that the privilege obtained by filing a specification does not entitle the alleged inventor to present any person from doing that which he was in the habit of doing before the sperification was filed and that any one can move in any of H. M. Court of Judicature to set aside an exclusive privilege under Sec. 23 of the act adds that it was not intended by the act that Government should decide whether an invention be new or not the decision of this question is left to the Civil Courts.
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