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for a volume of Swinburne's poems, would any (From the Montreal Gasette, December 12th.)
fine scruples prevent him sending them by post OUR American cousins, possessing as they do or express ? We think not. We never heard so many excellent qualities and so great of an American publisher whose feelings were material resources, might be very happy if they so tender. If such there be, it would be worth were not tormented with a desire to sit on both
a pilgrimage to see him. Mr. Carleton, alter sides of a fence at the same time—a feat in it- fopping round and flinging about naughty self difficult even to our highly gifted neigh- words in this style, finally settles down to, "* AL bors.
this must lead to an interational copyright law It is a matter of notoriety to our readers that at an early day, I hope,” in which pious sentiUnited States publishers have always seized ment we heartily concur. The English authors and reprinted any English books they wished will now, we trust, see that the Canadian Copyfor ; that these reprints have been exported into right Act is not the dreadful thing they supposed every British colony; that they are with diffi- it to be when they raised such an outcry about culty kept out of England itself; and that every it, and will learn' that when they sit down to effort which England has made to secure inter- trade knives with Brother Jonathan they should national copyright has utterly come to naught. not commence by giving away their own jackWith cynical frankness, Senator Morrill, in his knife first. report to the United States Senate in 1873, asserts that to give the foreign author any con
THE PARIS EXPOSITION. sideration would injure the printers and papermakers of the United States, and raise the price 1878, informs us that the packing of the unsold
M. EM. TERQUEM, under date December 14. of books to the people, and that therefore an international copyright was impossible. The goods displayed in the American book exhibit English press railed, the English Government
at the Paris Exposition has been completed, coaxed, but all in vain. The proposition is a
and that the cases, twenty-two in number, will sound one; it is cheaper to steal brooms than be shipped in the Supply for New York, and in to buy them.
the Constitution for Philadelphia. Both vessels Matters being in this state, two years ago the dle of this month, and will probably reach
are expected to sail from Havre about the midCanadian Government revised the copyright law of this country, and the new act provided America late in February. A' return invoice that two classes of persons only could hold has been sent to every exhibitor, so that there copyright in Canada : ist. Any person domi- may be no difficulty in claiming the goods after ciled in Canada or in any part of the British their arrival here. A considerable proportion possessions; and, 2d. A citizen of any coun
of the goods sent have been sold abroad. M. tiy which might have an international treaty that our government will open an office either
Terquem is informed by Governor MacCormick with Great Britain. The essence of the act is in the word domiciled. Mere colorable resi
at Washington or in New York to distribute dence will not do. Therefore, it soon became
the medals and diplomas awarded. M. Ter. evident to Canadian printers that, so long as
quem intends to be in New York before March. the United States Government refused international copyright, so long the whole range of LITERARY AND TRADE NOTES. United States literature might be reprinted with impunity, and, inasmuch as the frontier is
THE 78th part of Braithwaite's Retrospect, for long and travel incessant, and the facilities of the January, will be ready for delivery about the post-office are very great, these reprints would 20th inst., by W. A. Townsend. incessantly find their way across the border. Prof. A. W. Ward has undertaken to write Here, then, Senator Morrill was beaten with his on Chaucer, and Mr. Henry James, Jr., on own stick. The very thing so nice and proper Hawthorne, for the admirable series of English for United States citizens ought clearly to be Men of Letters, edited by John Morley. equally nice and proper for Canadian citizens. MR. A. HILDEBRANDT, of Manchester, is to be
The New York publishers, however, who for the publisher of the proposed monthly Techno. a century have grown rich on English litera- logical Index, to contain "all the material reture, no sooner found that the Canadian reprints quisite for easy reference to all articles of of their copyright books began to appear in the scientific or technical interest." Western States than they were horror-stricken
Messrs. RIVINGTON's new volume of their at the enormity of Canadian wickedness. The Historical Biographies, “ The Duke of WellingSun took the matter up, interviewed the leading ton,” by R. Waite, is just ready for publication, publishers, and exhorted the impenitent Cana. It contains a portrait of the Duke, eight plans of dians in the same style which the English the principal battles, and three maps. authors had found so ineffectual in Senator Morrill's case. The interview with Mr. G, W.
Messrs. W. COLLINS, SONS & Co, have in preCarleton is excessively amusing.
paration a set of thirty large plates illustrative Mr. Carleton goes on at white heat. But he of Old Testament history, and designed to dishas conceded that the Canadian has a right to
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Rawlinson's Historical Illustrations of the sell these reprints in Canada. Now if Ameri
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