Petition of the Edinburgh Booksellers, London (1813)

Source: University of Birmingham Library: Hansard, 2nd Series, vol.25, 762-763

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Petition of the Edinburgh Booksellers, London (1813), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Edinburgh Booksellers' Petition Respecting Copyright, 9 April 1813, Hansard, 2nd Series, vol.25, 762-763

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Year: 1813

Location: London

Language: English

Source: University of Birmingham Library: Hansard, 2nd Series, vol.25, 762-763

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Places referred to:
Edinburgh
Europe
London
Westminster

Cases referred to:
University of Cambridge v. Bryer (1812) 16 East's 317

Institutions referred to:
House of Commons

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Keywords:
authors, self-publishing
deposit
duration
duration, post mortem term
libraries
lobbying
scholarly writing

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