A Vindication of the Rights of Authors, London (1762)

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A Vindication of the Rights of Authors, London (1762), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Anon., A Vindication of the Exclusive Rights of Authors

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1761: Tonson v. Collins
1762: Tonson v. Collins
1762: An Enquiry into Literary Property
1766: Blackstone's Commentaries, Vol.II (selected extracts)
1774: Hargrave's Argument in Defence of Literary Property
1774: Enfield's Observations
1774: Macauley's A Modest Plea
1774: Stella's Modest Exceptions

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Publisher: Griffiths

Year: 1762

Location: London

Language: English

Source: British Library: 1130.d.4b

Persons referred to:
Addison, Joseph
Anne
Bacon, Francis
Budé, Guillaume
Caxton, William
Charles I
Charles II
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
Cordier, Mathurin
Elizabeth I
Erasmus
Gadbury, John
Henry VI
Henry VII
Henry VIII
Jonson, Ben
Menander
More, Margaret
More, Sir Thomas, St
Pemberton, Sir Francis
Raleigh, Sir Walter
Seymour, Sir Edward
Shakespeare, William
Warburton, William
Wolsey, Thomas

Places referred to:
England

Cases referred to:
Earl of Yarmouth v. Darrel (1686) 3 Mod. 75
Stationers' Company v. Seymour (1677) 1 Mod. 256

Institutions referred to:
Stationers' Company

Legislation:
Licensing Act, 1662, 13 & 14 Car.II, c.33
Statute of Anne, 1710, 8 Anne, c.19

Keywords:
Enlightenment, the
authors' remuneration
book market
common law copyright
inventions
natural rights
property theory, authors' property
public domain
transferability

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