Sewing Machine

Elias Howe, Sewing Machine

A most ingenious piece of mechanism lies lately been made known to the public in France, the inventor of which has been engaged during the last fifteen years in bringing it to its present state of perfection. It is a sewing machine, plain in its details, and calculated to revolutionize completely the art of sewing. It will perform two hundred stitches to the minute, enlarge or contract the stitches by the simple turn of a screw, held the needle along all the sinuosities and irregularitiee of the stuff to be sewed, without the least danger of tear, whatever may he the texture of the stuff, and do every part of the sowing of a coat, button holes excepted.—.NY. Sun.

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