Correspondence and Papers on Colonial Copyright, London (1872)

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Correspondence and Papers on Colonial Copyright, London (1872), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Correspondence and Papers on the Colonial Copyright Act 1847, 1872, Paper No.339, XLIII, 277

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Year: 1872

Location: London

Language: English

Source: ProQuest: Parliamentary Papers (1872) Paper No.339, XLIII.277

Persons referred to:
Adderley, Charles Bowyer, 1st Baron Norton
Alison, Sir Archibald
Appleton, William Henry
Arthur, John
Baring, Alexander, 1st Baron Ashburton
Bentley, George
Bentley, Richard
Blackwood, William
Blaine, Delabere Roberton
Bowen, Sir George Ferguson
Brecken de St Croix, Frederick
Brett, Colonel W. F.
Bristed, Charles Astor
Browning, Robert
Byron, George Gordon, 6th Baron Byron of Rochdale
Cairns, Hugh McCalmont Cairns, 1st Earl
Campbell, Rollo
Chambers, Robert
Chambers, William
Chapman, Frederick
Clarendon, George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of
Colburn, Henry
Colebrooke, William
Cox, Nicholas Nichols
Crampton, Sir John Fiennes Twistleton
Crossby, P. A.
Daldy, Frederick Richard
Derby, Edward Geoffrey Smith Stanley, 14th Earl
Dickens, Charles
Disraeli, Benjamin, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield
Dodd, Edmund Murray
Dunkin, Christopher
Durham, John George Lambton, Earl of
Elgin, James Bruce, 8th Earl of Elgin and 12th Earl of Kincardine
Elliot, Sir Thomas Frederick
Everett, Edward
Falkland, Lucius Cary, 10th Viscount
Farrer, Thomas Henry, 1st Baron Farrer
Ferguson, James
Fish, Hamilton
Gallwey, Sir M. H.
Gladstone, William Ewart
Godfrey, Arthur W.
Grant, Sir John Peter
Grant, Ulysses Simpson
Gray, Sir Samuel Brownlow
Gray, Thomas
Grey, Henry Grey, 3rd Earl
Griffard, Pierre
Gurdon, Sir William Brampton
Haliburton, Thomas Chandler
Hall, J. C.
Hall, Sir John
Hallam, Henry
Hawes, Sir Benjamin
Helps, Sir Arthur
Herbert, Sir Robert George Wyndham
Herschell, Farrer, 1st Baron Herschell
Hincks, Sir Francis
Huntington, H.
Iddesleigh, Stafford Henry Northcote, 1st Earl of
James, Henry
Jenkins, John Edward
Jenkyns, Sir Henry
Keate, Robert William
Knatchbull-Hugessen, Edward Hugessen, 1st Baron Brabourne
Knight, Charles
Kyte, Stephen C.
Langevin, Sir Hector-Louis
Lee, William Henry
Lever, Charles James
Leveson-Gower, George, 2nd Earl Granville
Liebig, Justus, Freiherr von
Longman, Thomas, IV
Lovell, John
Lytton, Edward George Lytton Bulwer, 1st Baron
MacGregor, John
MacMillan, Alexander
Macaulay, Thomas Babington
Macdonald, Sir John Alexander
Mackellan, John
Mallet, Sir Louis
Malmesbury, James Howard Harris, 3rd Earl of
Marryat, Frederick
Meade, Sir Robert Henry
Monck, Charles Stanley, 4th Viscount Monck
Moxon, Edward
Mundy, Sir Robert Miller
Murray, John, III
Otway, Sir Arthur John
Palmer, Roundell, 1st Earl of Selborne
Rawson, Sir Rawson William
Reade, Alfred
Reeve, Henry
Robinson, Sir William Cleaver Francis
Rogers, Frederic, 1st Baron Blachford
Rose, Sir John
Ryan, Thomas
Sandford, Sir Francis Richard John, 1st Baron Sandford
Schalch, E. A. C.
Seymour, Edward
Shaw-Lefevre, George, 1st Baron Eversley
Smith, John
Smith, William Henry
Stanhope, Philip Henry, 5th Earl Stanhope
Stephen, Sir James
Strafford, George Henry Charles, 3rd Earl of
Taylor, John Fennings
Temple-Grenville, Richard, 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos
Thornton, Sir Edward
Trollope, Anthony
Uniacke, James Boyle
Walker, Sir James
Watkins, John
Wilson, William
Wodehouse, John, 1st Earl of Kimberley
Young, George Renny
Young, Sir John, 1st Baron Lisgar
Young, Sir William

Places referred to:
Amherst (Nova Scotia)
Annapolis Royal (Nova Scotia)
Bahamas Islands
Bay of Fundy
British Columbia
British Guiana (Guyana)
British Honduras
British North America
British West Africa
Cape Breton Island
Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)
Covent Garden
Falkland Islands
Fredericton (New Brunswick)
Halifax (Canada)
Hong Kong
Leeward Islands
Liverpool (Nova Scotia)
Minas Basin (Nova Scotia)
Nassau (Bahamas)
New Brunswick
New South Wales
New York
New Zealand
Niagara (Canada)
Nova Scotia
Pieton (Nova Scotia)
Prince Edward Island
Rouses Point (New York)
Southern Australia
St Christopher Island (St Kitts)
St Helena
St Lucia
St Vincent
Straits Settlements (Southeast Asia)
Sydney (Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia)
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos Islands
Victoria (Australia)
Wellington (New Zealand)
Western Australia
Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)

Cases referred to:
Coppin v. Solomon (1868)
Low v. Routledge (1865-1868)

Institutions referred to:
Appleton & Co., American publishing firm
Board of Trade
British Museum
Canadian House of Commons
Canadian Senate
Charles Scribner & Co., American publishing firm
Colonial Office, London
Copyright Association of Great Britain
Copyright Association of the United States
Foreign Office, London
General Post Office (U.K.)
Government House, New Zealand
Government House, Ottawa
Governor-General's Office, Ottawa
Harper & Brothers, American publishing firm (est.1833)
House of Commons
House of Lords
Library of Congress
Montreal Typographical Union
Nova Scotia House of Assembly
Privy Council Office, Canada
Royal Mail
Royal Society of Arts (RSA)
Stationers' Company
Stationers' Hall
U.S. Congress
U.S. Department of State, Washington
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
Westminster Hall
William Blackwood & Sons, publishing house

An Act to impose a duty on Foreign Reprints of British Copyright Works, Canada, 1868, 31 Vict., c.56
Anglo-Belgian Copyright Treaty 1854
Anglo-French Copyright Treaty 1851
Anglo-Prussian Copyright Treaty 1846
Anglo-Prussian Copyright Treaty 1856
Bermuda Copyright Act 1848
British North America Act, 1867, 30 & 31 Vict., c.3
British-American Copyright Convention Draft, 1853
British-American Copyright Convention Draft, 1869
Canadian Copyright Act, 1868, 31 Vict., c.54
Colonial Laws Validity Act, 1865, 28 & 29 Vict., c.63
Copyright Amendment Act, 1842, 5 & 6 Vict., c.45
Customs Act, 1845, 8 & 9 Vict., c.93
Customs Consolidation Act, 1853, 16 & 17 Vict., c. 107
Fine Art Copyright Act, 1862, 25 & 26 Vict., c.68
Foreign Reprints Act, 1847, 10 & 11 Vict., c.95
International Copyright Act, 1844, 7 & 8 Vict., c.12
U.S. Copyright Act 1870, 16 Stat. 198

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