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1554Selected Extracts from the Stationers' Company's Registers
1558Phayer's privilege for Virgil's Aeneid
1559Day's The Cosmographical Glass
1559Seres' patent for Primers and Psalters
1559Totell's patent for Common Law Books
1706Reasons Humbly Offer'd for the Bill for the Encouragement of Learning
1709Reasons Humbly Offer'd for the Bill for the Encouragement of Learning
1737An Act for the Encouragement of Learning (Draft)
1751Tonson v. Walker
1762A Vindication of the Rights of Authors
1766Engravers' Copyright Act
1769* Millar v. Taylor Commentary: [1]
1773Information for Messrs John Hinton et al
1774The Cases of the Appellants and Respondents
1838Copyright Bill (27 Feb.)
1838Copyright Bill (6 June)
1839Copyright Bill
1840Copyright Bill
1841Copyright Bill
1842* Copyright Act Commentary: [1]
1842Bill to Amend the Law of Copyright (4 March)
1842Bill to Amend the Law of Copyright (23 March)
1842Bill to Amend the Law of Copyright (21 April)
1853Blaine's Laws of Artistic Copyright
1862* Fine Art Copyright Act Commentary: [1]
1886Correspondence respecting the Copyright Union