Parliamentary Debates on the Lectures Act (26 Aug.), London (1835)

Source: University of Birmingham Library: Hansard, 3rd Series, vol.30, 977-78

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Parliamentary Debates on the Lectures Act (26 Aug.), London (1835), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Debates in the Commons, Committee, 26 August 1835, Hansard, 3rd Series, vol.30, 977-78

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1835: Publication of Lectures Act
1835: Parliamentary Debates on the Lectures Act (24 Aug.)
1835: Publication of Lectures Bill

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Year: 1835

Location: London

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Source: University of Birmingham Library: Hansard, 3rd Series, vol.30, 977-78

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Attwood, Thomas
Chalmers, Patrick
Crawford, William Sharman
Hector, C. J.
Russell, John, 1st Earl Russell
Ruthven, Edward Southwell
Tulk, Charles Augustus
Wakley, Thomas

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