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Ordinance concerning Printers, Booksellers and School masters, Brussels (1570)

Source: Koninklijke Bibliotheek, KW 1704 C 55

Ordinance concerning Printers, Booksellers and School masters, Brussels (1570), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Provisional Order/Statute and command of the Lords of our King, concerning the Printers, Booksellers and School masters.

With grace and privilege

Printed in the Princely City of Brussels, By me, Michiel van Hamont, sworn Bookprinter, residing in the Dongelmerct or under the City hall.


Ordinancie/Statuyt ende gebot prouisionnael onss Heeren des Conincx, Aengaende de Printers, Boeckvercoopers ende Schoelmeesters

Met gratie ende preuilegie

Geprint in de Princelijcke Stadt van Bruessele, by my Michiel van Hamont, geswooren Boecprinter, woonende inde Dongelmerct oft onder het Stadthuys.


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