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Letter from John McLean to Richard Peters Jr., Cincinnati (1830)

Source: Historical Society of Pennyslvania: Richard Peters, Jr. to John McLean, June 3, 1830.

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Letter from John McLean to Richard Peters Jr., Cincinnati (1830), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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                                                            Cincinnati
                                                                  3 June 1830

Sir,

      A faithful report of the decisions of
the Supreme Court of the united states is
of great importance to the public, & I should
exceedingly regret, any interference with your
rights as Reporter. So far as I have any right
in the opinions delivered by me, at the late
session of the Court, I hereby, freely and
fully transfer it to you.
                                          With great respect,
                                                Your humble servant
                                                      John Mclean


[Richard Peters Esq]

    

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