Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Bill (27 Feb.), London (1839)

Source: Univeristy of Birmingham Library: Hansard, 3rd Ser., vol.45, 920-944

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Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Bill (27 Feb.), London (1839), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Bill, Hansard, 3rd Ser., 45 (1839): 920-944 (27 Feb.)

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Year: 1839

Location: London

Language: English

Source: Univeristy of Birmingham Library: Hansard, 3rd Ser., vol.45, 920-944

Persons referred to:
Alison, Archibald
Alison, Sir Archibald
Arkwright, Sir Richard
Baines, Sir Edward, Jr.
Bentham, Jeremy
Brewster, Sir David
Burns, Robert
Chalmers, Patrick
Chalmers, Thomas
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Cook, George
Dennis, John
Doddridge, Philip
Hume, Joseph
Inglis, Sir Robert
Mill, John Stuart
O'Connell, Daniel
Paley, William
Peel, Sir Robert
Peel, Sir Robert, Sr.
Scott, Sir Walter
Smith, John
Southey, Robert
Spring Rice, Thomas
Talfourd, Thomas Noon
Tegg, Thomas
Thomson, Prof. James
Warburton, Henry
Wardlaw, Ralph
Watt, James
Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of
Wordsworth, William

Places referred to:
Europe
France
Scotland
Waterloo

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Institutions referred to:
Church of Scotland
Court of Chancery, England
House of Commons
Mechanics Institute
Privy Council
University of Glasgow
University of St Andrews

Legislation:
Copyright Act, 1814, 54 Geo.III, c.156

Keywords:
authors' remuneration
authorship, romantic concept of
duration
inheritability
interest groups
learning, the advancement of
lobbying
moral rights, integrity
new editions
scholarly writing
utilitarianism

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