The Photographic News: A Weekly Record of the Progress of Photography. Vol. VII

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Page 40 - WHEN the hours of Day are numbered, And the voices of the Night Wake the better soul, that slumbered, To a holy, calm delight...
Page 224 - An Act for more effectually securing the Property of Prints to Inventors and Engravers, by enabling them to sue for and recover Penalties in certain Cases...
Page 94 - Must not from others' work a copy take; No, not from Rubens or Vandyke ; Much less content himself to make it like Th' ideas and the images which lie In his own fancy, or his memory. No, he before his sight must place The natural and living face ; The real object must command Each judgment of his eye, and motion of his hand.
Page 224 - ... any historical print or prints, or any print or prints of any portrait, conversation, landscape, or architecture, map, chart, or plan, or any other print or prints whatsoever...
Page 224 - Sale, or shall publish, sell, or otherwise dispose of, or cause or procure to be published, sold, or otherwise disposed of, any Copy or Copies of any historical Print or Prints, or any Print or Prints of any Portrait, Conversation, Landscape, or Architecture, Map, Chart, or Plan, or any other Print or Prints whatsoever, which hath or have been, or shall be, engraved, etched, drawn, or designed, in any Part of Great Britain, without the express Consent of the Proprietor or Proprietors thereof...
Page 246 - Now, it is clear, that an action would lie against the party who copied in part, by varying, adding to, or diminishing from the main design. The statute then goes on, " or shall print or reprint, or import for sale, or cause or procure to be printed, reprinted, or imported for sale, or shall publish, sell, or otherwise dispose of any copy of any print, which shall be engraved, &c., in any part of Great Britain, without the express consent of the proprietor thereof in writing, &c., &c. ; then every...
Page 215 - Shadbolt in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the following gentlemen were elected members of the society :— Messrs.
Page 246 - Acts, or either of them, engrave, etch, or work, or cause or procure to be engraved, etched, or worked, in Mezzotinto or Chiaro Oscuro, or otherwise, or in any other Manner copy in the whole or in part, by varying, adding to, or diminishing from the main Design...
Page 57 - An Act for amending the Law relating to Copyright in Works of the Fine Arts, and for repressing the Commission of Fraud in the Production and Sale of such Works.
Page 33 - Lordship ruling that there was no evidence on the record as it stood, and reserving leave to the defendants to move to enter a verdict for them or a nonsuit, on the grounds that there was no evidence to go to the jury of liability on the part of the defendants, and that his Lordship ought not to have allowed the declaration to be amended.

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