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In 1815, Beethoven approached Londoner Robert Birchall, one of the English reprinters of opus 2 with whom he had known connections.
JOHN FEATHER, PUBLISHING, PIRACY AND POLITICS: AN HISTORICAL STUDY OF COPYRIGHT IN BRITAIN 154 (1994) (discussing the unauthorized reprinting of British books by American publishers during the 19th century and noting that "the reprinters, despite the fact that British authors and publishers always referred to them as `pirates,' were not acting illegally in their own country").
The main beneficiaries were the Canadian reading public, and the American reprinters who supplied them.