L'Estrange's Considerations and Proposals, London (1663)

Source: British Library: 523.g.32

L'Estrange's Considerations and Proposals, London (1663), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Considerations and Proposals in Order to the Regulation of the Press: Together with Diverse Instances of Treasonous and Seditious Pamphlets, Proving the Necessity Thereof

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Author: Roger L'Estrange

Publisher: A.C.

Year: 1663

Location: London

Language: English

Source: British Library: 523.g.32

Persons referred to:

Arminius, Jacobus
Bagshaw, Edward
Baxter, Richard
Brewster, Thomas
Bridges, Henry
Brooks, Thomas
Buchanan, George
Calamy, Edmund, 'the elder'
Calvert, Giles
Chapman, Livewell
Charles I
Charles II
Cole, Peter
Cooke, John
Cromwell, Oliver
Douglas, Robert
Dover, Simon
Hayes, John
Henry VII
Hyde, Edward, 1st Earl of Clarendon
Knox, John
L'Estrange, Roger
Parkhurst, Thomas
Rothwell, John
Tyton, Francis
Vane, Sir Henry
Warbeck, Perkin
Watson, Thomas

Places referred to:
St Albans

Cases referred to:

Institutions referred to:
Church of England
House of Commons
House of Lords
Privy Council
Stationers' Company
University of Cambridge
University of Oxford

Indemnity and Oblivion Act, 1660, 16 Car.II, c.11
Uniformity Act, 1662, 14 Car.II, c.4

Stationers' Company
book market
divine law
guild regulation

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