Information for Alexander Donaldson, Edinburgh (1773)

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Year: 1773

Location: Edinburgh

Language: English

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

Persons referred to:
Ames, Joseph
Anderson, Andrew
Atticus, Titus Pomponius
Austin, Elisabeth
Austin, Stephen
Bellenden, John
Bennet, Robert
Boece, Hector
Bolingbroke, Henry St John, 1st Viscount
Brown, George
Brown, Thomas
Butler, Samuel
Campbell, Ilay
Capra, Baldessar
Caxton, William
Chapman, Walter
Charles II
Charles IX
Charteris, Henry
Colbert, Jean Baptiste
Collins, Benjamin
Condell, Henry
Cooper, Thomas
Craig, Sir Thomas
Croke, Sir George
Davidson, Thomas
Dodd, William
Donaldson, Alexander
Elizabeth I
Elphinstone, William
Elyot, Sir Thomas
Falconer, Alexander
Faulkner, George
Forbes, William
Galilei, Galileo
George II
Gibson, Sir Alexander
Gilmour, Sir John
Grotius, Hugo
Hanmer, Sir Thomas
Harrison, John
Hawkesworth, John
Hemings, John
Henry II
Henry IV
Hinton, John
Hogarth, Jane
Hogarth, William
Holyoak, Francis
Hume, David
James I
James II
James V
Johnson, Samuel
Jonson, Ben
Juvenal, Decimus Junius Juvenalis
Lindsay, Sir David of the Mount
Locke, John
Macdowall, Andrew
Mackenzie, Sir George
Macklin, Charles
Mair, John
Maittaire, Michael
Mallet, David
Marius, Simon
Martial, Marcus Valerius Martialis
Mary I
Mary, Queen of Scots
McKonochie, Alexander
Meurose, James
Midwinter, Daniel
Milton, John
Mortlock, Henry
Mosman, George
Napier, John
Newton, Sir Isaac
Newton, Thomas
Nisbet, Sir John
Partridge, John
Philip II
Pope, Alexander
Postlethwayt, Malachy
Pufendorf, Samuel, Freiherr von
Pulteney, William
Raleigh, Sir Walter
Reid, John
Rolle, Henry
Rolt, Richard
Roper, Abel
Rowe, Nicholas
Ruddiman, Barbara
Ruddiman, Thomas
Rymer, Thomas
Savary, Jacques
Savary, Jacques des Bruslons
Savary, Louis-Philémon
Saxton, Christopher
Scott, John
Shakespeare, William
Smythe, Sir Sidney Stafford
Spenser, Edmund
Stackhouse, Rev. Thomas
Stair, James Dalrymple, 1st Viscount
Statius, Publius Papinius
Stewart, Prince James Francis Edward
Stuart, Sir James
Swift, Jonathan
Theobald, Lewis
Turner, William
Viner, Charles
Voet, Johannes
Voet, Paulus
Voltaire, François Marie Arouet de
Warburton, William
Watson, James
Webb, John
Wood, John
Wortley Montagu, Sir Edward
Young, Edward

Places referred to:
Orkney Islands

Cases referred to:
Baller v. Watson (1737)
Duke of Queensbury v. Shebbeare (1758) 2 Eden 329
Eyre v. Walker (1735) NA, c.11 1520/29
Forester v. Walker (1741) NA, c.11 867/54
Galileo v. Capra (1607)
Knaplock v. Curl (1722) NA, c.11 690
Midwinter v. Hamilton (1743-1748)
Millar v. Donaldson (1765)
Millar v. Taylor (1769) 4 Burr. 2303
Motte v. Faulkner (1735) NA, c.11 2249/4
Pope v. Curl (1741) 2 Atk. 342
Stationers' Company v. Leigh (1681) 34 & 35 Car.II Snow. 258; 2 Ch. Cas. 66
Stationers' Company v. Partridge (1709) 11 Ann. (King's Bench); 10 Mod. 105
Stationers' Company v. Wright (1681)
The Stationers v. The Patentees about the printing of Rolle's Abridgment (1666) Cart. 89
Walthoe v. Walker (1736) NA, c.11 1534/62

Institutions referred to:
Bodleian Library, Oxford
Court of Chancery
Court of King's Bench
Court of Sessions, Scotland
Court of St James
Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh
House of Lords
Parisian Guild of Booksellers and Printers
Privy Council
Public Library, Cambridge
Royal Library
See of Canterbury
See of York
Sion College, London
Star Chamber
Stationers' Company
Stationers' Hall
University of Cambridge
University of Oxford
University of Padua

An Act touching letters patent, 1555, 1 & 2 Philip & Mary, c.1
Engravers' Copyright Act, 1735, 8 Geo.II, c.13
Engravers' Copyright Act, 1766, 7 Geo.III, c.38
Henrician Proclamation 1538
Licensing Act, 1662, 13 & 14 Car.II, c.33
Statute of Anne, 1710, 8 Anne, c.19
Statute, James V, 1540, c.127
Statute, Mary, 1551, c.27

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printing, history of
privileges, French
privileges, German Imperial
privileges, printing
property theory

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