OK, After my previous threads and the advice I was given about waiting out a slow (maybe non-existent) bottle carbonation, I tried an experiment. 3 Days ago, I poured one of my previous batches of ale into a glass and drank it! I then took one of my "4 weeks in the bottle" ales and poured a little out. Then I added the dreggs from the previous beer to this bottle and recapped it with a sterile cap. I repeated this with another then placed the bottles in the kitchen.
Long story short, I opened one tonight and to my delight it had a 1 inch head on it and was about 1/2 way carbonated. Could it be that it was lack of yeast all along?
The question is: How do I innoculate the rest of the batch of bottles with good yeast. I obviously can't do one at a time. Do I need to make a starter, or will rehydrating some dry yeast and injecting it equally into the bottles with a sterile syringe work?
Thanks again for everyones help.