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The Libraries which are entitled to claim copies of new publications under the act of 6 & 7 W. 4. c. 110. are —
The four Universities of Scotland, and Trinity College, Dublin, have the same advantage with respect to the perpetuity of their copyrights as the English Universities have (The printing of Bibles and Prayer Books, in both these countries, appears to be exclusively the right of the King's Printer.) They have also an exemption from the duty on paper used in all works of classical instruction, and in the learned languages, printed at their presses. — The Scotch Universities do not appear to have ever made use of this privilege in the manner that Oxford and Cambridge have done; but by naming some individual as Printer to the University, have communicated to him the advantage derived from it.