Venetian Decree Against Unauthorized Printing of Songs, Venice (1740)

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Decree of the Reformatori di Studio di Padova Against Unauthorized Printing of News and Songs Which Are Shouted Out in Public Squares and Parishes (1p)

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Year: 1740

Location: Venice

Language: Italian

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Emo, Giovanni
Mocenigo, Alvise IV Giovanni
Pinelli, Antonio
Querini, Zuanne
Tiepolo, Lorenzo

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Riformatori dello Studio di Padova (Venetian Board of Governors for the University of Padua)
St Mark's Basilica, Venice
University of Padua

Venetian decree against the unauthorised printing of songs (1740)


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