Gay v. Read, London (1729)

Source: The National Archives: c.33 351/305

Gay v. Read, London (1729), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Gay v. Read (1729): Entry from the Court of Chancery's Book of Orders

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Year: 1729

Location: London

Language: English

Source: The National Archives: c.33 351/305

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Curl, Edmund
Gay, John
Midwinter, Daniel
Read, Thomas
Walker, Robert
Worrall, Thomas

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Statute of Anne, 1710, 8 Anne, c.19

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