... with some of its attachments, ...has been patented in the United States by Mr. E. Rivett. —The lathe is intended for the finest work done by tool-makers, electricians, and machinists, and is highly finished all over, including the bed and feet. The headstock, spindle, and bushings in which it runs are of tool-steel, hardened,ground, and lapped, the spindle being 2 1/4 in. in diameter and the bearings 2 1/2 in. long. The end of the spindle is threaded for face-plates or chucks, and there is a draw-bar which extends through the spindle for holding split chucks, ... the rods extending through the spindle, which has a hole through it ... Fig. 3 shows the quill used in milling,.....

Source: English Mechanic and World of Science No. H31. Ano. 26, 1892.