Parliamentary Debates on Drama and Dramatic Literature (31 May), London (1832)

Source: University of Birmingham Library: Hansard, 3rd Series, vol.13, 239-59

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Parliamentary Debates on Drama and Dramatic Literature (31 May), London (1832), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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State of the Drama: Debates in the Commons, 31 May 1832, Hansard, 3rd Series, vol.13, 239-59

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Related documents in this database:
1830: Dramatic Writings Bill
1832: Select Committee Report: Dramatic Literature
1833: Dramatic Literary Property Act
1833: Parliamentary Debates on the Dramatic Literary Property Act (12 March)
1833: Parliamentary Debates on the Dramatic Literary Property Act (24 July)
1833: Bill to amend the Laws relating to Dramatic Literary Property

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Year: 1832

Location: London

Language: English

Source: University of Birmingham Library: Hansard, 3rd Series, vol.13, 239-59

Persons referred to:
Addison, Joseph
Barry, Spranger
Beaumont, Francis
Brougham, William, 2nd Baron Brougham and Vaux
Byron, George Gordon, 6th Baron Byron of Rochdale
Campbell, John, 1st Baron Campbell
Charles II
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl of
Congreve, William
Corneille, Pierre
Farquhar, George
Fletcher, John
Garrick, David
George III
George IV
Hume, Joseph
Johnson, Samuel
Jonson, Ben
Knowles, James Sheridan
Lytton, Edward George Lytton Bulwer, 1st Baron
Macready, William Charles
Massinger, Philip
Melbourne, William Lamb, 2nd Viscount
Mossop, Henry
O'Connell, Daniel
Otway, Thomas
Parke, James, 1st Baron Wensleydale
Racine, Jean
Ripon, Frederick John Robinson, Earl of
Scott, Sir Walter
Shakespeare, William
Sheil, Richard Lalor
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley
Steele, Sir Richard
Sugden, Edward Burtenshaw, 1st Baron St Leonards
Thurtell, John
Vestris, Lucia Elizabeth
Walpole, Sir Robert, Earl of Orford
Wetherell, Sir Charles
Wycherley, William
d'Avenant, Sir William

Places referred to:
Belgium
Dublin
Edinburgh
England
France
Ireland
Liverpool
Madrid
Marylebone
Naples
Paddington
Paris
Pimlico
Shoreditch
Tower Hamlets
Westminster

Cases referred to:
The Radlett murder (1823)

Institutions referred to:
House of Commons
House of Lords
Lincoln's Inn Hall
Olympic Theatre, London
Theatre Royal, Covent Garden
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

Legislation:
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Keywords:
authors' remuneration
censorship
dramatic works, protected subject matter
licensing, Approbation
public performance
reputation
royalty/royalties

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