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was ever manufactured. Among several other new machines of those years, most of which are known only from a brief reference or description, are: a time-keeper by John Chancellor (Coggins, c 1822 ); a chronometer by Henry Smart, brother of Sir George Smart (Coggins, illustrated in Harding, 1938 , pl.18), built after the manner of a barrel organ and probably deriving from Eckhardt’s machine; a machine in the shape of a pocket-watch made by Sparrevogn of Copenhagen ( 1817 ); a new pendulum by Despréaux (described by Fétis as representing no advance on Loulié’s original