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" Thus all countries are injured by this system of taxing genius for the exertion of its powers, in order to obtain comparatively a very small and trifling amount of revenue. It affords no protection to the American inventor to keep out the discoveries... "
Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers ... - Página 67
editado por - 1847
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents

United States. Patent Office - 1846
...amount of revenue. It affords no protection to the American inventor to keep out the discoveries of liis foreign emulator (not rival) in the arts, by taxing...respectfully submitted whether it would not be expedient, if Congress should make the amendments to the patent law already proposed, also to provide contingently...
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The Patent journal, and inventors' magazine, ed. by C. Barlow and ..., Volumen4

Charles Barlow - 1847
...keep out the discoveries of his foreign emulator (not rival) in the arts, by taxing the inventions of his genius with high duties, while the country would derive much benefit from their introduction. Out of 1,171 applications for pat ents 360 were favourably reported, and ordered to be patented, and...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

1847
...amount of revenue. It affords no protection to the American inventor to keep out the discoveries of his foreign emulator (not rival) in the arts, by taxing...respectfully submitted whether it would not be expedient, if Congress should make the amendments to the patent law already proposed, also to provide contingently...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen17

1847
...of revenue. " It affords no protection to the American inventor, to keep oat the discoveries of his foreign emulator (not rival) in the arts, by taxing...would derive much benefit from their introduction." We shall have occasion to refer to this Report in a future number of the Merchants' Magazine. REAL...
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THE MECHANICS MAGAZINE MUSEUM, REGISTER JOURNAL , AND GAZETTE

J.C. ROBERTSON - 1847
...American ioreotor to keep out the discoveries of his 'oreign emulator (not rival) in the arts, by tiling the emanations of his genius with high duties, while..."Therefore, it is respectfully submitted whether it would nut be expedient were Congress to provide contingently for the reduction of the duties required on...
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volumen47

1847
...of revenue. " It affords no protection to the American inventor to keep out the discoveries of his foreign emulator (not rival) in the arts, by taxing...genius with high duties, while the country would derive moch benefit from their introduction. "Therefore, it is respectfully submitted whether it would not...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen17

1847
...keep out the discoveries of hie foreign emulator (not rival) in the arts, by taxing the émanations of his genius with high duties, while the country...would derive much benefit from their introduction." We shall have occasion to refer to this Report in a future number of the Merchante' Magazine. REAL...
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A pictorial description of the United States

Robert Sears - 1854 - 648 páginas
...of revenue. " It affords no protection to the American inventor to keep out the discoveries of hia foreign emulator (not rival) in the arts, by taxing...emanations of his genius with high duties, while the countrv would derive much benefit from their introduction." HISTORY. — Washington is the only epot...
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A NEW AND POPULAR PICTORIAL DESCRIPTION OF THE United States.

JOHN A. LEE & CO - 1876
...of revenue. " It affords no protection to the American inventor to keep out the discoveries of his foreign emulator (not rival) in the arts, by taxing...would derive much benefit from their introduction." HISTORY. — Washington is the only spot where it is practically seen, that, for ^national purposes,...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volumen44

Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.) - 1847
...amount of revenue. It affords no protection to the American inventor to keep out the discoveries of his foreign emulator (not rival) in the arts, by taxing...respectfully submitted whether it would not be expedient, if Congress should make the amendments to the patent law already proposed, also to provide contingently...
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