excerpt from 'Journal entry, 16 December 1835' pp. 324–325 (90 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 16 December 1835' pp. 324–325 (90 words)

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Journal entry, 16 December 1835

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urn:iso:std:iso:639:ed-3:eng

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324–325

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Yesterday Lyndhurst and Brougham both came to the Council Office to hear the first application for the renewal of a patent, and though there was no opposition, they scrutinised the petition and evidence with the utmost jealousy, which they did in order to intimate that the granting a prolongation of the patent, even when unopposed, was not to be a matter of course. It was a pianoforte invention, and the instrument was introduced into the Council Chamber, and played upon by Madame Dülcken for the edification of their Lordships.

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excerpt from 'Journal entry, 16 December 1835' pp. 324–325 (90 words)

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