[This is a bibliography of works cited in my Piracy: The Intellectual Property Wars from Gutenberg to Gates.  It is, I am sure, imperfect.  I hope to improve it when time permits.  AJ]




Abbatista, G. 1985.  “The Business of Paternoster Row: Towards a Publishing History of the Universal History (1736–65).” Publishing History 17: 5–50.

Abbott, J. 1952.  The Story of Francis, Day and Hunter. London: Francis, Day and Hunter.

Achinstein, S. 1994.  Milton and the revolutionary reader. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

An account of the expence of correcting and improving sundry books. 1774.  N.p., n.d.

An account of the rise and progress of the dispute between the masters and journeymen printers.  1799.  London: published for the benefit of the men in confinement; sold by J. Ridgway.

“An act for amending the law for granting patents for inventions.” 1855.  15 &16 Vict. c.83, §xviii. In J. Coryton, A treatise on the law of letters-patent, 440-66. London: H. Sweet.

 “An Act to extend the provisions of the Designs Act, 1850, and to give protection from piracy to persons exhibiting new inventions at the Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations in 1851.” 1850. 14 & 15 Vict., c.8.

Adams, J.R.R. 1987. The printed word and the common man: popular culture in Ulster, 1700-1900. Antrim: Queen’s University of Belfast.

[Addison, J.] 1712. The thoughts of a Tory author, concerning the press. London: for A. Baldwin.

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Aingier, M. 2002. Gilbert and Sullivan. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Allen, B. 1699. The natural history of the chalybeat and purging waters of England. London: printed and sold by S. Smith and B. Walford.

Allen, E., J.F. Clarke, N. McCord, and D.J. Rowse. 1971. The North-East engineers’ strikes of 1871: the Nine Hours’ League. Newcastle: F. Graham.

“An American.” 1838. A Plea for Authors, and the Rights of Literary Property. New York: Adlard and Saunders.

Amory, H. and D. Hall, eds. 2000. A History of the book in America: I. The colonial book in the Atlantic world. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

An enquiry into the nature and origin of literary property. 1762. London: for W. Flexney.

Anderson, N. 2007. “A war of attrition.” Ars technical, March 18. http://arstechnica.com/articles/culture/mediadefender.ars.

Armstong, W. 1861. “On the Patent Laws.” The Engineer, September 13, 154.

Arner, R.D. 1991. Dobson’s Encyclopaedia: The publisher, text, and publication of America’s first Britannica, 1789-1803. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

The Art of Printing. 1764. Dublin.

Ashby, N.M. 1980. Charles Sealsfield. Duarte, CA: N.M. Ashby; Stuttgart, Germany: Sealsfield-Gesellschaft.

Atkyns, R. 1664. The original and growth of printing. London: by J. Streater for the author.

Attig, J.C. 1985. The Works of John Locke: A comprehensive bibliography from the seventeenth century to the present. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Augst, T. 2003. The clerk’s tale: young men and moral life in nineteenth-century America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Augustine, Saint. 1620. Of the Citie of God. Translated by I.H. 2nd edition. London: by G. Eld and M. Flesher.

Augustine, Saint. 1984. De Civitate Dei. Translated by H. Bettenson in Concerning the City of God against the Pagans. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

Bailey, P. 1998. Popular culture and performance in the Victorian city. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bain, R. 1933. “Scientist as citizen.” Social forces 11: 412-5.

Baines, P. and P. Rogers. 2007. Edmund Curll, bookseller. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Baker, T.N. 1999. Sentiment and Celebrity: Nathaniel Parker Willis and the trials of literary fame. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Balsamo, L. 1990. Bibliography: history of a tradition. Translated by W.A. Pettas. Berkeley, CA: B.M. Rosenthal.

Bann, S. 1995. Under the sign: John Bargrave as collector, traveler, and witness. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Barnard, T. 2006. “Print culture, 1700-1800.” In The Oxford history of the Irish book, III: the Irish book in English 1550-1800, edited by R. Gillespie and A. Hadfield, 34-58. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Barnes, J.J. 1974. Authors, publishers, and politicians: the quest for an Anglo-American copyright agreement 1815-1854. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Barry, P. 1865. Shoeburyness and the guns: a philosophical discourse. London: Sampson, Low, son, and Marston.

Bastable, M.J. 2004. Arms and the state: Sir William Armstrong and the remaking of British naval power, 1854-1914. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Becker, H.S. 1982. Art worlds. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Behrend, B.A. 1971. “The work of Oliver Heaviside.” In Heaviside, Electromagnetic Theory, I, 469-504. 3 vols. New York: Chelsea Publishing.

Behrens, J. 2008. “Of what will not men be capable? Publishing and piracy in eighteenth-century Dublin and the Sir Charles Grandison episode.” Unpublished MA thesis, University of Chicago.

Beier, L.M. 1989. “Experience and experiment: Robert Hooke, illness, and medicine.” In Robert Hooke: New Studies, edited by M. Hunter and S.J. Schaffer, 235-51. Woodbridge, UK: Boydell.

Belanger, T. 1975. “Booksellers’ trade sales 1718–1768.” The Library, 5th ser., 30: 281–302.

Bell, R. 1770-71. “Address to the Subscribers.” In W. Robertson, The history of the reign of Charles V, III, [24-29]. 3 vols. America [Philadelphia]: for the subscribers.

Bell, R. 1776. “A few more words, on the Freedom of the Press.” In J. Tucker, The True interest of Britain, set forth in regard to the Colonies, [67-69]. Philadelphia: printed, and sold, by Robert Bell.

Beltz, G.F. 1834. A review of the Chandos Peerage case. London: R. Bentley.

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Beniger, J.R. 1986. The control revolution: technological and economic origins of the information society. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Benkler, Y. 2006. The wealth of networks: how social production transforms markets and freedom. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Berkeley, G. 1948-57.  The works of George Berkeley Bishop of Cloyne. Ed. A.A. Luce and T.E. Jessop. London: Thomas, Nelson and Sons, xxxx vols.

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Biagioli, M. 1996. “Etiquette, Interdependence, and Sociability in Seventeenth-Century Science.” Critical Inquiry 22: 193-238.

Biagioli, M. 1996. “From print to patents: living on instruments in early modern Europe.” History of Science 44, 1-48.

Biggs, N. 1650/1651. Mataeotechnia Medicinae Praxeos. The vanity of the craft of physick. London: for G. Calvert.

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Blagden, C. 1960. “The ‘Company’ of Printers.” Studies in Bibliography 13: 3–17.

Blagden, C. 1961. “Thomas Carnan and the Almanack Monopoly.” Studies in Bibliography 14: 23–43.

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Blakely, A.T. 1858. A cheap and simple method of manufacturing strong cannon. London: J. Ridgway.

Blakely, A.T. 1859. A letter from Captain Blakely, H.P., Royal Artillery, to the Secretary of State for War, claiming the original invention of an indispensable feature of the Armstrong gun. London: J. Ridgway.

Blakey, D. 1939. The Minerva Press 1790-1820. London: Bibliographical Society.

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Boswell, J. 1774. The decision of the court of session, upon the question of literary property. Edinburgh: J. Donaldson, for A. Donaldson.

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Breen, T.H. 2004. The marketplace of revolution: how consumer politics shaped American independence. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Breval, [J.D.] 1718. The play is the plot. London: for J. Tonson.

Brewer, J. 1995. “This, that and the other: public, social and private in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.” In Shifting the boundaries: transformation of the languages of public and private in the eighteenth century, edited by D. Castiglione and L. Sharpe, 1-21. Exeter: University of Exeter Press.

[Brewster, D.] 1818. Description and method of using the patent kaleidoscope invented by Dr. Brewster. N.p.

Brewster, D. 1819. A treatise of the kaleidoscope. Edinburgh: for A. Constable and Co.; and Longman et al., London.

Brewster, D. 1830. Androides.” In Edinburgh Encyclopaedia. 18 vols. Edinburgh: for W. Blackwood et al.

[Brewster, D.] 1830. “[Review of] Reflexions on the Decline of Science in England.” Quarterly Review 43: 305-42.

[Brewster, D.] 1855-1856.  The Paris Exposition and the patent laws.” North British Review 24 [American edition, vol. 19] (November 1855-February 1856): 122-42.

Brewster, D. 1858. The kaleidoscope: its history, theory, and construction. London: J. Murray.

[Brewster, D.] 1864. “The patent laws.” Westminster Review n.s. 26 (July-October): 322-57.

Brewster, D. 1866. “Sir David Brewster, K.H., Ll.D., F.R.S., etc., on the Patent Laws.” Scientific Review, January, 169.

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Britton, J. 1814. The rights of literature. London: for the author.

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Brown, G.S. 1999. “After the fall: The chute of a play, droits d’auteur, and literary property in the old regime.” French Historical Studies 22:4 (Fall): 465-91.

Brydges, S.E., ed. 1812. Collins’s Peerage of England. 9 vols. London: F.C. and J. Rivington et al.

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Brydges, S.E. 1818. A Summary statement of the great grievance imposed on authors and publishers; and the injury done to literature, by the late copyright act. London: printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, Paternoster Row.

Brydges, S.E. 1819. The population and riches of nations. Paris: J.J. Paschoud.

Brydges, [S.]E. 1824. Gnomica. Geneva: by W. Fick.

Brydges, S.E. 1825. A Note on the suppression of memoirs announced by the author in June, 1825; containing numerous strictures on contemporary public characters. Paris: J. Smith.

Brydges, S.E. 1825. Stemmata Illustria; praecipue regia. Paris: printed by J. Smith.

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Brydges, S.E. 1834. The Autobiography, times, opinions, and contemporaries of Sir Egerton Brydges, Bart. K.J. (per legem terrae) Baron Chandos of Sudeley, etc. 2 vols. London: Cochrane and M’Crone.

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Carey, H.C. 1865. The way to outdo England without fighting her. Philadelphia: H.C. Baird.

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Carey, H.C. 1866. The resources of the Union. Philadelphia: H.C. Baird.

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[Carey, M.] 1794. A Short account of Algiers. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: printed for Mathew Carey.

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American Museum 10 (1791).

American Museum 12 (1792).

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Dublin Evening Post, April 8, 1784.

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