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1547* French Censorship Act (France) Commentary: [1]
1643* The Humble Remonstrance of the Stationers' Company (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1650s* Vitré's memorandum on the prolongation of privileges (France)
1690s* Memorandum on the dispute between the Parisian and the provincial booksellers (France) Commentary: [1]
1738* Thurneysen: On the Illicit Reprinting of Books (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1769* Millar v. Taylor (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1776* Gaultier's memorandum for the provincial booksellers (France) Commentary: [1]
1778* Pluquet's letters (France) Commentary: [1]
1828* Maugham's Treatise (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1834* Balzac's letter to authors (France)
1834* Wheaton v. Peters (United States)
1834* Wheaton v. Peters Independent Report (United States)
1841* Report of Lamartine and parliamentary debates on literary property (France)
1842* Lowndes' Historical Sketch of the Law of Copyright (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1847* A Treatise on the Law of Copyright (United States) Commentary: [1]
1868* Proudhon: 'Les Majorats littéraires' (France)
1870* Copinger's Law of Copyright (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1878* Royal Commissioners' Report (United Kingdom) Commentary: [1]
1878* Morillot on the author's right (France)
1880* Kohler: Author's Right (Germany) Commentary: [1]
1892* Bilateral treaty between the German Reich and the U.S.A. (Germany) Commentary: [1]