References:  EngR 72, (1770) Amb 694, (1770) 27 ER 451
A short-hand writer took down the words from the mouths of the actors on the stage playing the farce of ‘Love a la Mode’, and the Defendant afterward published them, and an injunction was granted to restrain him, on the ground that the author had not, by the public representation of the farce, parted with his exclusive right of publication.
This case is cited by:
- Cited – Prince Albert -v- Strange ChD ((1849) 1 H & Tw 1, 2 De G & SM 293, (1849) 1 Mac & G 25, Bailii,  EWHC Ch J20,  EngR 255, Commonlii, (1849) 41 ER 1171,  EngR 261, Commonlii, (1849) 47 ER 1302, (1849) 2 De Gex & Sim 652)
The Prince sought to restrain publication of otherwise unpublished private etchings and lists of works by Queen Victoria. The etchings appeared to have been removed surreptitiously from or by one Brown. A personal confidence was claimed.
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Last Update: 28-Feb-16 Ref: 374245