7670. Westley, J., and Slater, S. April 15. Draught, dust, and weather excluders.-A weather bar b is suspended within a rabbeted covering-strip a by slotted levers d pivoted at e, and is depressed by a lever f, which is pivoted at h and comes in contact with an inclined stop when the door is closed. When the door is opened, the weight of the lever f lifts the bar from the floor. The bar b may project beyond the edge of the door, so as to come in contact with an inclined stop, as shown in dotted lines, or the bar may be forced down by a wedge hinged to the strip a. The levers d, f are connected by a pin g.