Memorandum of the Batavian Republic restricting the copying and selling of State Documents, The Hague (1805)

Source: Verzameling van vaderlandsche wetten en besluiten uitgevaardigd sedert 22 Januarij 1798 tot 10 Julij 1810, in zooverre zij ook, sedert de invoering der nieuwe wetgeving in Nederland, middellijk of onmiddellijk van toepassing zijn, J. van de Poll ed., Amsterdam: Bij Johannes Müller, 1840, I, pp. 296-298; Koninklijke Bibliotheek, NL 61 C 2003

Memorandum of the Batavian Republic restricting the copying and selling of State Documents, The Hague (1805), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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up, everywhere where this is customary; with order to all it may concern, to duly comply therewith.
Done in the Hague, 13th December 1805.
(Was signed)
Foreign Secretary
(Under the authority of)
In name of.
The General Secretary of State.
(Was countersigned)


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affigeerd, alomme waar zulks gebruikelijk is; met last aan allen dien het aangaat, om daar aan stiptelijk te voldoen.
Gedaan in den Haag, den 13 December 1805.
(Was geteekend)
(Onder stond)
Ter Ordonnantie.
De Algemeene Secretaris van Staat.
(Was gecontrasigneerd)


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