Locke's Memorandum on the 1662 Act (1693)

Source: Cambridge University Library: Lord King, The Life of John Locke, with Extracts from his Correspondence, Journals and Common Place Books, Vol. 1 (London: Henry Colburn & Richard Bently, 1830), 373-387

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Locke's Memorandum on the 1662 Act (1693), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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John Locke's Memorandum on the Licensing Act 1662

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This document is associated with the following core document: uk_1662

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Related documents in this database:
1662: Licensing Act
1662: Licensing Act (parchment copy)
1663: L'Estrange's Considerations and Proposals
1690: Locke's Second Treatise on Government (selected extracts)
1695: Reasons for objecting to the renewal of the Licensing Act

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Year: 1693

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Language: English

Source: Cambridge University Library: Lord King, The Life of John Locke, with Extracts from his Correspondence, Journals and Common Place Books, Vol. 1 (London: Henry Colburn & Richard Bently, 1830), 373-387

Persons referred to:
Caesar, Gaius Julius
Churchill, Awnsham
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
Gronovius, Jacobus
Livy
Locke, John
Smith, Samuel
William III

Places referred to:
Amsterdam
England
London
Netherlands

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Institutions referred to:
Church of England
House of Commons
House of Lords
St Paul's Cathedral
Stationers' Company
University of Cambridge
University of Oxford

Legislation:
Licensing Act, 1662, 13 & 14 Car.II, c.33

Keywords:
Stationers' Company
censorship, pre-publication
classics, Greek and Latin
defamation
forgery
licensing
monopoly
public domain
scholarly writing

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