Provincial decree of Holland abolishing Book Privileges and bestowing a Right to Copy, The Hague (1795)

Source: Koninklijke Bibliotheek, KW Pflt 22519a

Provincial decree of Holland abolishing Book Privileges and bestowing a Right to Copy, The Hague (1795), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Report of the committee to research the petitions by different booksellers, presented to the meeting of the provincial representatives of the people of Holland, on whether or not to grant privileges, right to copy and pre-announcement, etc. together with the decree on the subject laid down by the abovementioned meeting, on the 25th of November 1795, The Hague: In the State Printing House of Holland, 1795

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Rapport van de commissie tot onderzoek der requesten door verschillende boekverkoopers : gepresenteert aan de vergadering der provisioneele representanten van het volk van Holland, over het al of niet accordeeren van privilegien, recht van copy en prae-advertentie , enz. benevens het decreet op dat subject gearresteert bij de bovengemelde vergadering, op den 25 nov. 1795, Den Haag: 's Lands Drukkery van Holland, 1795


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Publisher: The State Printing House of Holland

Year: 1795

Location: The Hague

Language: Dutch

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