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Franco-Spanish Bilateral Copyright Treaty, Madrid (1854)

Source: Archivo Histórico Nacional, AHN, Estado, 8463, Exp. 39

Franco-Spanish Bilateral Copyright Treaty, Madrid (1854), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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      Su Magestad la Reina
      de España á
      Don Angel Calderon
      de la Barca, Caballero
      Gran Cruz de la Real
      y distinguida Orden de
      Carlos tercero y de la
      de Isabel la Católico,
      Senador del Reino y
      Su Primer Secretario
      del Despacho de Estado,
      Y Su Magestad el
      Emperador de los Franceses
      á D. Luis Felix Estevan,
      Marques Turgot, Senador
      del Imperio, Comendador
      de la Legion de honor,
      Gran-Cruz de la Real y Distinguida
      Orden de Carlos 3 de España de las
      I. Mauricio y Lázaro
      de Piamonte, de S. Genaro de Napoles,
      del Leon Neerlandes, de Pio IX


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