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PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

Affidavit of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Pennsylvania (1853)

Source: National Archives

Citation:
Affidavit of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Pennsylvania (1853), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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page twenty-one and pages twenty-two to thirty inclusive
and part of page thirty-one of the said Book,
and on the following days of the year 1853 up
to the present time in the said Newspaper the
remaining part of page thirty-one and the following
and successive pages down to some page or part
of a page which this Deponent cannot specify
of the said Book.
            That the said F. W. Thomas still is from
day to day translating and copying into the German
language and printing, publishing, selling and
exposing to sale and causing to be translated
and copied as aforesaid and printed, published,
sold and exposed to sale in the said daily
Newspaper other following and successive pages of
the said Book; and that it is his intention
and purpose to translate and copy as aforesaid
and print and publish and cause to be translated
and copied as aforesaid and printed and published
the following and successive pages of said Book
until the whole thereof shall be fully and
completely so translated and copied as aforesaid
and printed and published and to sell and
expose to sale the same when as and after
it shall be so translated and copied and ~
printed and published.
            That the said F. W. Thomas has since the
printing and publication of the said Book and
since the securing of the Copyright thereof by the
Deponent as aforesaid, to wit on the first day
of January 1853 at the District last aforesaid
translated and copied into the German language
and printed, published, sold and exposed to sale
and caused to be translated and coped as
aforesaid and printed, published, sold and exposed

    


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