Information for Messrs John Hinton et al, Edinburgh (1773)

Source: British Library: 515.f.15(2)

Information for Messrs John Hinton et al, Edinburgh (1773), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Hinton v. Donaldson: Information for Messrs John Hinton

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Year: 1773

Location: Edinburgh

Language: English

Source: British Library: 515.f.15(2)

Persons referred to:
Austin, Elisabeth
Austin, Stephen
Blackstone, William
Brown, George
Charles I
Charles II
Craig, Sir Thomas
Dalrymple, Hugh
Donaldson, Alexander
Falconer, Alexander
George II
George III
Grotius, Hugo
Hendrieson, Edward
Hinton, John
Hyde, Edward, 1st Earl of Clarendon
James V
Kames, Henry Home, Lord
Locke, John
MacDonald, Sir Archibald
Macdowall, Andrew
Mackenzie, Sir George
Macklin, Charles
Mary, Queen of Scots
Meurose, James
Millar, Andrew
Milton, John
Murray, Sir Thomas, of Glendoick
Pope, Alexander
Rae, David
Richardson, William
Robertson, John
Ruddiman, Thomas
Skene, Sir John
Stackhouse, Rev. Thomas
Stair, James Dalrymple, 1st Viscount
Swift, Jonathan
Talbot, Charles, 1st Baron Talbot
Taylor, Robert
Thomson, James
Urquhart, Leonard
Wood, John
Yorke, Philip, 1st Earl of Hardwicke

Places referred to:
Covent Garden

Cases referred to:
Eyre v. Walker (1735) NA, c.11 1520/29
Hinton v. Donaldson (1773)
Knaplock v. Curl (1722) NA, c.11 690
Millar v. Taylor (1769) 4 Burr. 2303
Motte v. Faulkner (1735) NA, c.11 2249/4
Tonson v. Walker (1739) NA, c.33 1753/208
Tonson v. Walker (1752) 3 Swans 672
Walthoe v. Walker (1736) NA, c.11 1534/62

Institutions referred to:
Court of Chancery
Court of King's Bench
Court of Sessions, Scotland
House of Lords
Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Privy Council, Scotland
See of Canterbury
Star Chamber
Stationers' Company
University of Cambridge
University of Oxford

Engravers' Copyright Act, 1735, 8 Geo.II, c.13
Engravers' Copyright Act, 1766, 7 Geo.III, c.38
Importation Act, 1739, 12 Geo.II, c.36
Licensing Act, 1662, 13 & 14 Car.II, c.33
Statute of Anne, 1710, 8 Anne, c.19
Statute, Mary, 1551, c.27

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authorship, legal concept of
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patents, printing
property theory

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