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PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

Pseudo-Vera Tassis: Fake edition , Dublin (1691)

Source: Edward Worth Library- Courtesy of the Trustees of the Edward Worth Library Dublin’

Citation:
Pseudo-Vera Tassis: Fake edition , Dublin (1691), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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      COMEDIAS DE CALDERON
      
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NINTH PART
OF THE

COMEDIAS
BY THE WELL-KNOWN SPANISH
POET,
DON PEDRO CALDERON
DE LA BARCA,


KNIGHT OF THE ORDER OF SANTIAGO,
Honorary chaplain to his Majesty, and chaplain of the Kings
in the New Cathedral of Toledo ,


THAT NEWLY AMENDED,


PUBLISHES
DON JUAN DE VERA TASSIS Y VILLARROEL;
Fiscal of the Comedias in these Kingdoms, appointed by his Majesty,


AND OFFERS THEM


TO HIS EXCELLENCY DON IÑIGO
Melchor Fernandez de Velasco y Tovar, Constable of Castile and
Leon, Head Waiter to the King our Lord, his Cupbearer, his Head
Hunter, and His Head Steward, of the Councils of the State, and
War, Commander at Vsagre in the Order and Chivalry
of Santiago, and Treze della, Duke of the
City of Frias.


WITH PRIVILEGE:


IN MADRID: By Francisco Sanz, Printer of the Kingdom, and,
Guard of the Chamber of His Majesty. Year 1691.






Chapter 1 Page 4


Num. 242.

FAMOUS COMEDIA,
LAS ARMAS
DE LA HERMOSVRA.

BY D. PEDRO CALDERON DE LA BARCA.
LIST OF PARTICIPATING PEOPLE.


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Num. 314.

AMADO, Y ABORRECIDO,

FAMOUS COMEDIA.

BY D. PEDRO CALDERON DE LA BARCA.
LIST OF PARTICIPATING PEOPLE.


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Num. 91.

FAMOUS COMEDIA,

LA SEÑORA

Y LA CRIADA.

BY D. PEDRO CALDERON.
LIST OF PARTICIPATING PEOPLE.


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EIGHTH PART
OF THE

COMEDIAS
BY THE WELL-KNOWN SPANISH
POET,
D. PEDRO CALDERON
DE LA BARCA,


KNIGHT OF THE ORDER OF SANTIAGO,
Honorary chaplain to his Majesty, and chaplain of the Kings
in the New Cathedral of Toledo,


THAT CORRECTED FROM THE ORIGINALS,


PUBLISHES


DON JUAN DE VERA TASSIS Y VILLARROEL;
Su mayor amigo.


AND OFFERS THEM


TO HIS EXCELLENCY DON JUAN FRANCISCO
Perez de Saavedra Ponce de Leon y Guzman, Marquis of Villar, Lord
of Guadamelenas, Twenty-fourth of the city of Cordoba, Sponsor
of the School of Notaries from Numero desla, and
Sponsor of the Convent of Santa Justa and Rufina
in the city of Seville.


IN MADRID: By Francisco Sanz, Printer of the Kingdom, and,
Guard of the Chamber of His Majesty. Year 1684.






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Num. 53.

THE GREAT COMEDIA,

LA CISMA

DE INGALATERRA.

BY DON PEDRO CALDERON
de la Barca.


List of participating people.


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LAS MANOS BLANCAS NO OFENDEN.


FAMOUS

COMEDIA

BY DON PEDRO CALDERON.


The following people participate.


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Translation by: José Bellido

    


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