Tonson v. Walker, London (1751)

Source: The National Archives c.11 1106/18

Tonson v. Walker, London (1751), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Year: 1751

Location: London

Language: English

Source: The National Archives c.11 1106/18

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Addison, Joseph
Aylmer, Brabazon
Bently, Richard
Birt, Samuel
Brindley, John
Chandler, Richard
Corbett, Charles
Dodd, Benjamin
Draper, Somerset
Feales, William
Fenton, Elijah
George II
Hayman, Mr.
Hitch, Charles
Hodges, James
Hutton, James
Lightbody, John
Longman, Thomas, I
Marchant, John
Milton, John
Newton, Thomas
Paterson, James
Pearce, Zachary
Poulson, John
Richardson, Samuel
Simmons, Samuel
Styles, Joseph
Tickell, Thomas
Tonson, Jacob
Tonson, Jacob, 'the Elder'
Tonson, Jacob, 'the Younger'
Tonson, Richard
Walker, Robert
Ward, Aaron
Ward, John
Watts, John
Wellington, Bethel
Wellington, Richard
Wicksteed, Edward
Woodfall, Henry
Yorke, Philip, 1st Earl of Hardwicke

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Stationers' Company


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