Johnson, Samuel (1709 - 1784)

'the Whig'


Referred to in records:
1769 * : Millar v. Taylor (English)
1773: Information for Alexander Donaldson (English)
1774 * : Donaldson v. Becket (English)
1774: Macauley's A Modest Plea (English)
1774: Stella's Modest Exceptions (English)
1774: The Cases of the Appellants and Respondents (English)
1774: The Pleadings of the Counsel before the House (English)
1813: Select Committee Report: Minutes of Evidence (English)
1818: Select Committee Report: Minutes of Evidence (English)
1826: Letter from Noah Webster to Daniel Webster (English)
1828 * : Maugham's Treatise (English)
1832: Parliamentary Debates on Drama and Dramatic Literature (31 May) (English)
1832: Select Committee Report: Dramatic Literature (English)
1834 * : Wheaton v. Peters Independent Report (English)
1838: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Bill (25 April) (English)
1839: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Bill (1 May) (English)
1840: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Bill (14 Feb.) (English)
1841: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Bill (5 Feb.) (English)
1842 * : Lowndes' Historical Sketch of the Law of Copyright (English)
1842: Parliamentary Debates on the Copyright Act (6 April) (English)
1847 * : A Treatise on the Law of Copyright (English)
1870 * : Copinger's Law of Copyright (English)
1878: Royal Commission on Copyright: Minutes of Evidence (English)
1896: The Question of Copyright (English)

Referred to in commentaries about:
1667: Milton's Contract
1741: Gyles v. Wilcox (Atkyn's Reports)

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