4 edition of New Jersey copyright registrations, 1791-1845 found in the catalog.
New Jersey copyright registrations, 1791-1845
Joseph J. Felcone
by American Antiquarian Society
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||115|
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Happily, New Jersey's earliest federal copyright records do in- deed exist, intact and apparently complete, in the United States District Court clerk's office in Trenton. Map of New-JerseyPROPOSALS, For publishing by Subscription, a large and complete Map of the State of New-Jersey.
The Map is divided into East and West, and subdivided into Counties and Townships, agreeably to the several acts of the Legislature, down to the present time, shewing the situations of the Rivers, Bays, Harbours, Creeks, Rivulets, Islands and Shoals.
See the commentary for us_ House Journal, 1 st Cong., 1 st sess., ApDavid Ramsay, The History of the American Revolution (Philadelphia: R.
Aitken & Son, ). David Ramsay, The History of the Revolution of South Carolina from a British Province to an Independent 1791-1845 book (Trenton: Collins, ). See Arthur H. Shaffer, To Be an American: David.
Early Children's Books Printed in New Jersey. A Mini-Exhibition. by FELCONE, JOSEPH J. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Book of Looms: A History of the Handloom from Ancient Times to the Present. University Press of New England, pp., ill.
University Press of New England, pp., ill. ISBN 0. Until mid, copyright registration duties were handled by the local U.S. District Court of the author or proprietor, while the work itself was deposited with the Department of State (until ), Library of Congress (, ), Smithsonian Institution (concurrently ), and Patent Office (, concurrently).
If no book could be the subject of copy-right which was not new and original in the elements of which it is composed, there could be no ground for any copy-right in modern times" At the same time, Story adamantly rejected any attempt to impose an originality bar that would scrutinize the aesthetic merit of the relevant work.
John Clemmens was born circaat birth place, to John Clemmens and Catharine Clemmens. John had 5 siblings: Edward Clemmens, Minia Clemmens and 3 other siblings. John lived on month dayat address. The map credits "T Gordon." This is almost certainly Thomas Gordon (), a Trenton based lawyer and surveyor, who had previously been commissioned by the New Jersey legislature to create a map of New Jersey inwhich would become the official map of the state for several decades.
Selden expressed the new version of the principle that copyright does not extend to knowledge. () The plaintiff in the case had published a book explaining a new bookkeeping system.
He argued that defendant's reproduction of certain blank forms that closely resembled examples supplied in his book constituted a copyright infringement.
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Descendants of Joshua Seaver () vi. William Gilchrist Seaver was born on 13 May in Townsend, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States 56 and died on 8 March in Townsend, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. 57 + F vii. Don Fox [email protected] Blogger 48 1 25 tag:,blogpost Memory lane: a local history of Bredenbury and districts 2 CONC, Bredenbury History Book Committee, Bredenbury, Saskatchewan, vii, p.: illus., ports.; 29 2 CONC cm.
UBC Koerner Library FCB74 B74 c.1 ISBN: 2 CONT 2 CONT p 2 CONT 2 CONT THE WALTER PARKINSONS 2 CONT 2 CONT Walter Parkinson was born in. She was the daughter of Lt. Phillip Morgan.
Notes for David Coovert, Sr.: Kentucky Genealogy & Biography, Vol. 5 Battle, Perrin, Kniffin, published 's Republished by Genealogical Reference Co., Owensboro, KY. GARRETT COOVERT is a son of David Coovert, who was born in New Jersey inand came to Kentucky with his .