Free trade in books: A Study of the London Book Trade Since 1800

By: James J. Barnes

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No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read. . . . . . . . TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1.) The London Booksellers' Committee and the regulations of 1829 -- 2.) The Bookselling Question of 1852 -- 3.) The Booksellers' Association : its opponents and its supporters -- 4.) The retail question in 1852 -- 5.) Authors and the Bookselling Question -- 6.) The public and cheap literature -- 7.) The publishers and cheap literature -- 8.) Free trade and monopoly -- 9.) The Bookselling Question and the Net Book Agreement, 1852-1962 --------- APPENDIX 1.) Meeting of London Booksellers and Publishers: 1808 -- APPENDIX 2.) The Regulations of 1829 -- APPENDIX 3.) Signatures of Booksellers and Publishers Verifying the Statement of Joseph Heslop: 1834 -- APPENDIX 4.) The Regulations of 1850 -- APPENDIX 5.) London Booksellers and Publishers: Names and Addresses f Firms Involved in the Bookselling Question of 1852 -- APPENDIX 6.) The Decision of Lord Campbell, 19 May 1852 -- APPENDIX 7.) Authors involved in the Bookselling Question of 1852 -- APPENDIX 8.) Judges, Counsel, and Witnesses before the Restrictive Practices Court, 25 June – 27 July 1962

Title: Free trade in books: A Study of the London Book Trade Since 1800

Author Name: James J. Barnes

Categories: Reference,

Publisher: Oxford at the Clarendon Press: 1964

ISBN Number: B0000CHBO4

Size: Hardcover

Book Condition: Used - Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 77508