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Pseudo-Vera Tassis: Fake edition II, Detroit, Michigan (1691)

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

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                        FEE DE ERRATAS.
      Pag.67. colun.2.lin.8 bien principio, lee in principio.
      Pag.2… colun.2.lin.37.Lenor, lee Leonor. Pag.187. colun 2.
      lin.1.a alguna, lee alguno. Pag.301. colun.1.lin.1. si mi, lee si
      de mi. Pag.365.col.2.lin.26. donde am, lee donde amor.
            De orden del Consejo he visto este libro intitulado: Quinta
      parte de las Comedias de Don Pedro Calderon de la Barca, y con estas
      erratas corresponde con su original. Madrid y Junio 5.
      de 1694.
                                                Lic. D. Simon Joseph de Olivares
                                                                        y Balcazar.
                        SUMA DE LA TASSA.
      Tassaron los señores del Consejo Real de
      Castilla este libro intitulado: Verdade-
      ra Quinta parte de Comedias, Obras Postumas
      de D. Pedro Calderon de la Barca, à seis mara-
      vedis cada pliego, como consta de su original,
      despachado en el Oficio de Domingo Leal de
      Saavedra, Escrivano de Camara del Consejo.
      En Madrid a siete de Junio de mil seiscientos y
      noventa y quatro.
                                                Domingo Leal de Saavedra


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