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" I am of opinion that it is only a special property in the receiver, possibly the property of the paper may belong to him ; but this does not give a license to any person whatsoever to publish them to the world, for at most the receiver has only a joint... "
Practice Reports in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals - Page 63
by Nathan Howard, New York (State). Supreme Court - 1856
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of ..., Volume 2

Great Britain. Court of Chancery, Clement Tudway Swanston - Equity - 1822
...entertained whether the receiver was not at liberty to publish them to the world, but he proceeds, " for, at most, the receiver has only a joint property with the writer." (a) No one can read the case of Thompson v. Stanhope without seeing that this was understood at that...
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A Collection of Statutes Connected with the General Administration ..., Volume 2

Great Britain, William David Evans - Law - 1836
...p*per may belong to him, but this does not give a license to any person whatsoever to publish them to the world, for at most the receiver has only a joint property with the writer." It is observable, that this case professes to proceed partly upon the statute, which gives only ч...
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The Law Magazine, Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence, Volume 25

Law - 1841
...paper may belong to him; but this does not give a license to any person whatsoever to publish them to the world, for at most the receiver has only a joint property with the writer." We may certainly argue a fortiori that the member of the congregation, who hears the sermon, has no...
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The Life of Lord Chancellor Hardwicke: With Selections from His ..., Volume 1

George Harris - Great Britain - 1847
...paper may belong to him ; but this does not give a license to any person whatsoever to publish them to the world, for at most the receiver has only a joint property with the writer. " It has been insisted on by the defendant's counsel that this is a sort of work which does not come...
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A Treatise on the Law of Copyright in Books, Dramatic and Musical ...

George Ticknor Curtis - Copyright - 1847 - 450 pages
...the paper may belong to him ; but this does not give a license to any person whatsoever to publish it to the world, for at most the receiver has only a joint property with the writer.i The objection was also raised, that the letters were only on familiar subjects, and the book...
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Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Pleas and in ..., Volume 11

John Scott, Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas - Law reports, digests, etc - 1865
...it may have got into his hands. Lord Ilardwicke. in" Pope v. Curl, 2 Atk. 3-2, lays it down that "at most, the receiver has only a joint property with the writer." And this was acted upon by Lord Apsley, C., in Thompson v. Stanhope, Ambler 737, and by Lord Eldon,...
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The Albany Law Journal: A Monthly Record of the Law and the Lawyers, Volume 37

Law - 1888
...property in the receiver. Possibly the property in the paper may belong to him, but this does not give license to any person whatsoever to publish them (the...receiver has only a joint property with the writer." Thompson v. Stanhope was the case of the celebrated Chesterfield letters, in which Lord Bathurst continued...
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The Law Relating to Works of Literature and Art: Embracing the Law of ...

John Shortt - Copyright - 1871 - 780 pages
...paper may belong to him, but this does not give a licence to any person whatsoever to publish them to the world, for at most the receiver has only a joint property with the writer." And to the objection insisted on by the defendant's counsel that this was a sort of work which did...
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THE LAW OF LITERATURE

JAMES APPLETON MORGAN - 1875
...paper may belong to him, but this does not give a license to any person whatsoever to publish them to the world, for at most the receiver has only a joint property with the writer." And to the objection insisted on by the defendant's counsel, that this was a sort of work which did...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volume 97

Law reports, digests, etc - 1912
...paper may belong to him; but this does not give a license to any person whatsoever to publish them to the world, for at most the receiver has only a joint property with the writer. * * • It has been Insisted • * that this Is a sort of work which •For other cases see same topic...
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