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Stanhope, Philip Henry, 5th Earl Stanhope (1805 - 1875)

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Lord Viscount Mahon

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Referred to in records:
1832: Select Committee Report: Dramatic Literature (English)
1838: Copyright Bill (27 Feb.) (English)
1838: Copyright Bill (6 June) (English)
1838: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Bill (25 April) (English)
1838: Parliamentary Debates on the International Copyright Act (20 March) (English)
1839: Copyright Bill (English)
1839: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Bill (1 May) (English)
1840: Copyright Bill (English)
1841: Copyright Bill (English)
1842: Bill to Amend the Law of Copyright (21 April) (English)
1842: Bill to Amend the Law of Copyright (23 March) (English)
1842: Bill to Amend the Law of Copyright (4 March) (English)
1842 * : Lowndes' Historical Sketch of the Law of Copyright (English)
1842: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Act (16 Mar.) (English)
1842: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Act (20 April) (English)
1842: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Act (23 Mar.) (English)
1842: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Act (3 Mar.) (English)
1842: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Act (6 April) (English)
1852: Parliamentary Debates on the International Copyright Act (13 Feb.) (English)

Referred to in commentaries about:
1846: Bilateral Treaty between Prussia and Britain
1838: International Copyright Act
1842: Copyright Act
1842: Lowndes' Historical Sketch of the Law of Copyright
1844: International Copyright Act
1847: Foreign Reprints Act

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