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Supreme Court on Artistic Copyright, Madrid (1872)

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Supreme Court on Artistic Copyright, Madrid (1872), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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            Chapter 1 Page 1 of 6 total

            Valencia - Number three hundred and thirty-five.
      In the City of Madrid on 12 November 1872,
      Mr. Pedro Luis Bru lodges before us a cassation
      appeal for an infringement of the law against
      the judgment passed by the Criminal Court of Valencia
      following the case before the District Court of
      the same town against Mr. Luis Luis Genovés y Burguet
      for literary property fraud.
      Whereas under special commission
      Mr. Pedro Luis Bru designed and directed a catafalque
      that was placed in the church of Las Escuelas in the
      above-mentioned city in the memory of the victims
      of the events that took place in October 1869.
      [Judges- Members of the Supreme Court]
      Sebastián González Nandin
      Manuel María de Basualdo
      Miguel Zorrilla
      Manuel Almonaci
      Antonio Valdés de Angulo
      Francisco Armesto
      Diego Fernández Cano


      Valencia Número trescientos treinta y cinco
                        En la villa y Corte de Madrid á doce de No-
                                          viembre de mil ochocientos se-
                                          tenta y dos en el recurso de
                                          casación por infracción de
                                          ley que ante nos pende, inter-
                                          puesto por Don Pedro Luis
                                          Brú contra la sentencia
                                          dictada por la Sala de lo
      criminalde la Audiencia de Valencia en causa
      que se siguió á su instancia en el Juzgado del dis-
      trito del Mercado de loa misma contra Don Luis
      Genovés y Burguet sobre defraudación de la pro-
      piedad literaria.
      Resultando que por encargo especial ideó
      y dirigio Don Pedo Luis Brú un catafal-
      co que se colocó en la iglesia de las Escuelas
      de dicha ciudad para las exequas por las vícti-
      mas de Octobre de mil
      ochocientos sesenta y nueve
      [en el recuadro]
      D. Sebastián González Nandin
      Manuel María de Basualdo
      Miguel Zorrilla
      Manuel Almonaci
      Antonio Valdés de Angulo
      Francisco Armesto
      Diego Fernández Cano


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