Parliamentary Debates on the International Copyright Act (20 March), London (1838)

Source: University of Birmingham Library: Hansard, 3rd Series, vol. 41, 1096-1108

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Parliamentary Debates on the International Copyright Act (20 March), London (1838), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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International Copyright: Debates in the Commons, 20 March 1838, Hansard, 3rd Series, vol. 41, 1096-1108

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1838: International Copyright Act
1838: Parliamentary Debates on the International Copyright Act (19 July)

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Year: 1838

Location: London

Language: English

Source: University of Birmingham Library: Hansard, 3rd Series, vol. 41, 1096-1108

Persons referred to:
Arnott, George Arnott Walker
Galignani, Guillaume
Galignani, Jean Antoine
Goulburn, Henry
Hume, Joseph
Inglis, Sir Robert
Lytton, Edward George Lytton Bulwer, 1st Baron
Mackintosh, Sir James
Milnes, Richard Monckton, 1st Baron Houghton
Richardson, Charles
Russell, John, 1st Earl Russell
Scott, Sir Walter
Scrope, George Julius Poulett
Stanhope, Philip Henry, 5th Earl Stanhope
Trollope, Frances, née Milton
Wakley, Thomas
Warburton, Henry
Webster, Noah
Williams-Wynn, Charles Watkins

Places referred to:
America
Austria
Bavaria
Belgium
Berne
Brussels
England
France
Frankfurt
Geneva
Germany
Ireland
Paris
Prussia
Scotland
Switzerland

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Institutions referred to:
House of Commons
Privy Council
University of Cambridge

Legislation:
Directive of reciprocal protection within the German Confederation (1837)
French Copyright Act 1793
Prussian Copyright Act 1837
U.S. Copyright Act 1831, 21st Cong., 2d Sess., 4 Stat. 436

Keywords:
foreign reprints
fraud
international agreements, bilateral
inventions
piracy
reciprocity
translations, of contemporary works

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