Dramatic Writings Bill, London (1830)

Source: ProQuest: Parliamentary Papers (1830) Paper No.78, II.313-18

Dramatic Writings Bill, London (1830), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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A Bill To alter and extend the provisions of the 54th George Third, cap.156, with respect to Dramatic Writings (1830), Paper No.78, II.313-18

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Year: 1830

Location: London

Language: English

Source: ProQuest: Parliamentary Papers (1830) Paper No.78, II.313-18

Persons referred to:
George II
George III
George IV

Places referred to:
Great Britain
Isle of Man

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Institutions referred to:
House of Commons
House of Lords

Copyright Act, 1814, 54 Geo.III, c.156
Disorderly Houses Act, 1751, 25 Geo.II, c.36

dramatic works, protected subject matter
dramatico-musical works, protected subject matter
penalties, paid to author(s)
public performance

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