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Legal Deposit at the Royal Library, Madrid (1711)

Source: Biblioteca Nacional de España, Manuscript & Rare Books Collection, sig. L000089

Legal Deposit at the Royal Library, Madrid (1711), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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      Fol. 1
Books submitted to this Royal Library
by printers of this Court by virtue
of the Royal Decree of HM
in which they were ordered
to send a printed copy
from the year of 1711 to
1716, date in which the decree
was suspended and replaced
by another issued by petition
of the printers
      On Sep. 19 Mr Antonio Palomino submitted
      a book in fol. Theorica de la Pintura
      its author another published in Madrid year 1719
      On 24 of the same month Francisco del Hierro
      printer of this Court, four volumes in quarto,
      One was Sacripasti R. M. Virg. Another Sacro-monte de
      Aragon. Vida de Santa Cathalína de Bolonía
      and another Díalogos Phílosophícos.
      On Oc. 2, Jul. de Arístía, printer, submitted,
      the following Oraciones Panegíricas a María
      Santísima its author fr. Anton. Marques - Soledades
      dela vida by D. Chrístoval Lozano; David Perseguido.
      The same day Bernardo de Peralta submitted
      a book in quarto Arte de Canto llano. by
      Francisco Montanos.
      On 22 Jan. 1717 Mr García de Araciel
      submitted to this Royal Library the Coun.
      and Cha. of HM a book in fol.
      Repertorio de las leyes de Castílla. Its author
      Hugo Celso.


                                          Fol. 1°
Libros entregados en esta R. Biblioteca
por los Impresores de esta Corte
en virtud del R. Decreto de Su Mag.
en que mandó pusiesen un ejemplar de
lo impreso desde el año de 1711 hasta
el de 1716 cuyo decreto se suspendio
en virtud de otro ganado a pedim.to de los
      En 19 de Sep. entrego D. Antonio Palomino
      un libro en fol. Theorica de la Pintura
      su autor el otro impreso en Madrid año 1719
      En 24 del dho entrego Francisco del Hierro ímpre-
      sor en esta Corte quatro tomos en 4° el uno
      Sacripasti R. M. Virg. Otro . Sacro-monte de
      Aragon. Vida de Santa Cathalína de Bolonía
      y otro Díalogos Phílosophícos.
      En 2 de Oc. entrego Jul. de Arístía Impresor
      los siguientes Oraciones Panegíricas a María
      Santísima su autor fr. Anton. Marques - Soledades
       dela vida de D. Chrístoval Lozano; David
      En dho día entrego Bernardo de Peralta
      un libro en 4° Arte de Canto llano. por
      Francisco Montanos.
      En 22 de Hen. de 1717 presentó a esta Real
      Librería el Ilmo. Sr. D. García de Araciel de
      el Consi. y Cam. de su Mag. un líbro en fol.
       Repertorio de las leyes de Castílla su autor
      Hugo Celso.


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