Burnet v. Chetwood: Entries from the Court's Book of Orders, London (1721)

Source: The National Archives: c.33 335/323, 350

Burnet v. Chetwood: Entries from the Court's Book of Orders, London (1721), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Year: 1721

Location: London

Language: English

Source: The National Archives: c.33 335/323, 350

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Burnet, Dr. Thomas
Chetwood, William
Franklin, Richard
Kettleby, Walter
Watts, John
Wilkinson, Francis

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Fleet Prison, London


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