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1672* Usher's Printing Privilege (United States) Commentary: [1]
1700Bladen's Privilege (United States)
1746North Carolina Printing Privilege to Commissioners (United States)
1750New York Law Printing Privilege (United States)
1772Second New York Law Printing Privilege (United States)
1772William Billings' Second Petition (United States)
1772William Billings' Printing Privilege (United States)
1781* Andrew Law's Petition (United States) Commentary: [1]
1781Andrew Law's Privilege (United States)
1782Letter from Smith to Webster (United States)
1783Petition of John Ledyard (United States)
1783* Connecticut Copyright Statute (United States) Commentary: [1]
1783Letter from Joel Barlow to the Continental Congress (United States)
1783Continental Congress Resolution (United States)
1783Massachusetts Copyright Statute (United States)
1783Maryland Copyright Statute (United States)
1783New Jersey Copyright Statute (United States)
1783New Hampshire Copyright Statute (United States)
1783Rhode Island Copyright Statute (United States)
1783Ledyard Petition Committee Report (United States)
1784Letter from Noah Webster to James Madison (United States)
1784Pennsylvania Copyright Statute (United States)
1784South Carolina Copyright Statute (United States)
1785Virginia Copyright Statute (United States)
1785North Carolina Copyright Statute (United States)
1786Georgia Copyright Statute (United States)
1786New York Copyright Statute (United States)
1787Constitutional Convention Journal Entry (United States)
1787Madison's Journal Record (United States)
1787Madison's Edited Journal Record (United States)
1788The Federalist No. 43 (United States)
1789* The Constitutional Copyright Clause (United States) Commentary: [1]
1789Ramsay's Petiton House Record (United States)
1789House Joint copyright and patent bill decision (United States)
1789Joint Copyright Patent Bill [H.R. 10] (United States)
1789Ramsay's Petition (United States)
1790* Copyright Act (United States) Commentary: [1]
1790-1800Sample registrations (United States)
1792Purcell's Printing Privilege (United States)
18021802 Amendment (United States)
1826Letter from Noah Webster to Daniel Webster (United States)
1826Letter from Daniel Webster to Noah Webster (United States)
1828Letter from Donaldson to Peters (United States)
1828Letter from Donaldson to Wheaton (United States)
1828Letter from Peters to Donaldson (United States)
1828H.R. 140 Committee Bill (United States)
1828H.R. 140 Consolidated Bill (United States)
1830Judiciary Committee Report (United States)
1830Letter from John McLean to Richard Peters Jr. (United States)
1831* Copyright Act (United States) Commentary: [1]
1831House Debate (United States)
1834* Wheaton v. Peters (United States)
1834* Wheaton v. Peters Independent Report (United States)
1834Letters from Sumner to Story (United States)
1837* Senate Report (United States)
1837Petition of British Authors (United States)
1837Debates in Congress (United States)
1837Memorial of a Number of Citizens of the United States (United States)
1838Address of Certain Authors (United States)
1838Report, from the Committee on Patents (United States)
1838Memorial of the New York Typographical Society (United States)
1838Memorial of a Number of Citizens of Boston (United States)
1841* Folsom v. Marsh (United States) Commentary: [1]
1841Master in Chancery Report (United States)
1841S. 227 (Dramatic Works Public Performance Bill) (United States)
1842Memorial of a Number of Persons Concerned in Printing and Publishing (United States)
1843An Address to the People of the United States (United States)
1844H.R. 9 (Ingersoll Bill) (United States)
1847* A Treatise on the Law of Copyright (United States) Commentary: [1]
1848Jay, Bryant and Others' Memorials (United States)
1852Copyright and Natural Right (United States)
1853Letters on International copyright (United States)
1853British-American Copyright Convention Draft (United States)
1853* Stowe v. Thomas (United States) Commentary: [1]
1853Stowe v. Thomas, Complainant's Bill (United States)
1853Stowe v. Thomas, Defendant's Answer (United States)
1853Affidavit of Harriet Beecher Stowe (United States)
1853'Uncle Tom' at Law (United States)
1856* Copyright Act Amendment (United States) Commentary: [1]
1861* Confederate States of America Copyright Act (United States)
1862Southern Feeling (United States)
1863Confederate States of America Copyright Act Amendement (United States)
1863Hardee's Memorial (United States)
1863International Copyright Resolution (United States)
1865* Copyright Act Amendment (United States)
1870Committee Report on S.703 (United States)
1870* Copyright Act (United States)
1872International Copyright Bill (United States)
1873Committee on the Library Report (United States)
1879* Drone on Copyright (United States)
1879* Baker v. Selden (United States) Commentary: [1]
1879Selden's Argument (United States)
1879Baker's Argument (United States)
1882Oscar Wilde photograph (United States)
1883Burrow-Giles Lithographic Co. v. Sarony (United States)
1883Sarony's Brief (United States)
1883Burrow-Giles' Brief (United States)
1885Carte v. Duff (United States)
1886Committee on Patents Report (United States)
1888American Authors and British Pirates (United States)
1888The International Copyright Bill (United States)
1890Report on H.R. 10881 (United States)
1891Falk v. Brett Lithographing Co. (United States)
1891* International Copyright Act (The Chace Act) (United States)
1893Falk v. Donaldson (United States)
1894Report on H.R. 6835 (United States)
1894H.R. 6835 (Cummings Bill) (United States)
1896Public Performance Bill (United States)
1896Report on H.R. 1978 (United States)
1896Report on S. 2306 (United States)
1896Hearing on H.R. 5976 (United States)
1896Treloar Copyright Bill (H.R. 5976) (United States)
1896Debate in Congress (United States)
1896The Question of Copyright (United States)
1897* Copyright Act (Public Performance of Musical Compositions) (United States)
1899Bleistein v. Donaldson Lithographing Co., District Court Decision (United States)
1900Bleistein v. Donaldson Lithographing Co., Circuit Court Decision (United States)
1902Bleistein's Brief (United States)
1902Bleistein: Donaldson Lithographing Co. Brief (United States)
1902Bleistein: Three Posters (United States)
1903* Bleistein v. Donaldson Lithographing Co. (United States) Commentary: [1]
1903Bleistein: Cartoon (United States)