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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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Svr la requeste presentee au Roy nostre Sire, en son priue Conseil par Michiel de Hamont, lmprimeur jure resident a Bruxelles, Afin de pouoir seul imprimer, & vendre, les lettres patentes d'ordonnance & edict de sa Maieste, sur le faict & exercice de l'imprimerye & des Escolles, en date du xixe. jour de ce present mois de May. Sa maieste veullant que son intention soit cogneue par tout entre ses subiectz depardeca: Afin que nul n'en puist pretendre ignorance. Inclinant fauorablement a la requeste dudict Michiel de Hamont, luy a consenti & accorde, consent & accorde par cestes: Quil puist & pourra seul imprimer ou faire imprimer les dictes lettres d'edict & ordonnance, en telle langue quelles seront publiees: Et les vendre & distribuer en & par tout ses pays de pardeca. Interdisant & deffendant sadicte Maieste a tous autres Imprimeurs, de imiter ne faire semblable impression, A paine de correction & amende arbitraire. Faict audict Bruxelles le vingtsixiesme jour de May Anno xve.soixantedix.

I. de Langhe


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