Observations on the law of copyright in reference to the bill introduced into the House of Commons by Mr. Sergeant Talfourd, in which it is attempted to be proved, that the provisions of the bill are opposed to the principle of English law, that authors require no additional protection, and that such a bill would inflict a heavy blow on literature, and prove a great discouragement to its diffusion in this country.
Printed for Scott, Webster, and Geary,
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