Documents concerning the Models and Busts Act, London (1799)

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Documents concerning the Models and Busts Act, London (1799), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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A Copy of the Documents, &c. respecting An Act of Parliament

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Author: George Garrard

Publisher: Staunton

Year: 1799

Location: London

Language: English

Source: British Library : 434.c.17

Persons referred to:
Bacon, John
Coffin, Edmund
Erskine, Thomas, 1st Baron
Garrard, George
George II
George III
Hogarth, Jane
Hogarth, William
Holland, Henry
Lock, William
Mildmay, Sir Henry St. John
Richards, John Inigo
Rosse, Charles
Russell, Francis, 5th Duke of Bedford
Sinclair, Sir John of Ulbster
Somerville, John Southey, 15th Lord
West, Benjamin
Whitbread, Samuel
Wyndham, George O'Brien, 3rd Earl of Egremont

Places referred to:
Great Britain

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Institutions referred to:
Board of Agriculture (for Great Britain)
Court of King's Bench
House of Commons
House of Lords
Royal Academy

Models and Busts Act, 1798, 38 Geo.III, c.71

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engravings, protected subject matter
sculpture, protected subject matter

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