A Bill for the Further Encouragement of Learning, London (1801)

Source: Proquest: Parliamentary Papers (1801) Paper No: 112, I.381-388

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A Bill for the Further Encouragement of Learning, London (1801), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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A Bill for the Further Encouragement of Learning, in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, by securing the Copies and Copyright of Printed Books, to the Authors of such Books, or their Assigns, for the Time herein mentioned, 1801, Paper No: 112, I.381-388

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Related documents in this database:
1801: Copyright Act
1836: Copyright in Prints and Engravings (Ireland) Act

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Year: 1801

Location: London

Language: English

Source: Proquest: Parliamentary Papers (1801) Paper No: 112, I.381-388

Persons referred to:
George III

Places referred to:
England
Europe
Great Britain
Ireland
London
Scotland

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Institutions referred to:
Commissioner of Customs, England
Commissioner of Customs, Ireland
Commissioner of Customs, Scotland
Commissioner of Excise, England
Commissioner of Excise, Ireland
Commissioner of Excise, Scotland
House of Commons
House of Lords
Stationers' Company
Trinity College, Dublin

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Keywords:
Stationers' Company
books, protected subject matter
deposit
foreign reprints
learning, the advancement of
penalties, paid to fiscal authorities
penalties, paid to publisher(s)
privileges, printing
registration

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