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PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

Supreme Court on Artistic Copyright, Madrid (1872)

Source: Archivo del Tribunal Supremo

Citation:
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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      included in the legislative series (Col. Legislativa)
      The necessary copies shall be made.
      We so state, order and sign.
      
      
            
      Sebastián González Nandin      Manuel María de Basualdo
      
      Miguel Zorrilla                  Manuel Almonaci
      
      Antonio Valdes             Francisco Armesto
      
                  Diego Fernández Cano

      
      Publication. The above decision was read
      and published by the Honourable, Mr Antonio Valdes,
      magistrate of the Supreme Court, holding public hearing in
      Courtoom 2, today, which I, the Secretary reporting to this Court
      hereby certify.
      
            Madrid 12 November 1872
      
                  Bartolomé Rodríguez

    


      
      tará en la coleccion legislativa, pasandose
      al efecto las copias necesarias lo pronuncia-
      mos, mandamos y firmamos
      
      
      Sebastián González Nandin      Manuel María de Basualdo
      
      Miguel Zorrilla                  Manuel Almonaci
      
      Antonio Valdes             Francisco Armesto
      
                  Diego Fernández Cano

      
       Publicación. Leida y publicada due la
      anterior sentencia por el Excelentísimo Señor
      Don Antonio Valdes, magistrado del Tribunal
      Supremo estandose celebrando audiencia pú-
      blica en su Sala tercera en el día de hoy
      en que certifico como secretario de la misma
      Madrid a doce de Noviembre de mil ocho-
      cientos setenta y dos
      
                  Bartolomé Rodríguez

    


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