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Supreme Court on Music Copyright, Madrid (1877)

Source: Archivo del Tribunal Supremo; Id. Cendoj: 28079120011877100068

Supreme Court on Music Copyright, Madrid (1877), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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      Accordingly our judgment will be published
      in the Madrid Gazette and inserted in the legislative series (Colección
      Legislativa). The necessary copies shall be made. We do state, order and sign
       Sebastián González Nandín Manuel León
       Miguel Zorrilla        Diego Fernández Cano
       Eugenio de Angulo-       Emilio Bravo
      Luciano Boada
      Publication: The above judgment was read and published
      by the Honourable Mr. Eugenio de Angulo, Magistrate of
      the Supreme Court holding public hearing in Courtroom Two
      today, which I, the Secretary reporting to this Court,
      hereby certify. In Madrid on 12 February 1877
      José María Pantoja, LLB


      Asi por esta nuestra sentencia que se publicará
      en la Gaceta de Madrid, é insertará en la Colec-
      cion legislativa, pasándose al efecto las copias necesarias,
lo pronuciamos y firmamos
       Sebastián González Nandín Manuel León
       Miguel Zorrilla        Diego Fernández Cano
       Eugenio de Angulo-       Emilio Bravo
      Luciano Boada
Publicacion. Leida y publicada fué la antyerior sentencia por -
       el Excmo. Señor D. Eugenio de Angulo, Magistrado del Tribunal
      co, Ministro de la Sala primera del Tribunal
      Supremo celebrando audiencia pública su Sala segunda
      en el dia de hoy, de que certifico como Secretario Relator de
      la misma. Madrid doce de Febrero de mil ochocientos se-
      tenta y siete
            Licenciado José María Pantoja


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