Supreme Court on Originality , Madrid (1861)

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Supreme Court on Originality , Madrid (1861), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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            Chapter 1 Page 8 of 8 total

                  Note: see page sixty and ..
                  of the Book
      Publication. The above decision was read
      and published by the Honourable, Mr Gabriel Ceruelo de Velasco
      magistrate of the Supreme Court, holding public hearing in
      Courtoom 1, today, which I, the Secretary reporting to this Court
      hereby certify.
      Madrid 4 December 1871
                                          Luis Caltraveño


                  Nota: vease el folio sesenta y ..
                  del Libro de estos reservados
Publicacion. Leida y publicada fué la sentencia que prece-
                  de por el Ilmo. Señor D. Gabriel Ceruelo de Velas-
                  co, Ministro de la Sala primera del Tribunal
                  Supremo de Justicia, estandose celebrandose en audien-
                  cia publica en la misma de que certifico como
                  Escribano de Camara habilitado de dicho
                  Supremo Tribunal. Madrid cuatro de Diciembre
                  de mil ochocientos sesenta y uno
                                          Luis Caltraveño


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