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PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

Bilateral Copyright Treaty between Spain and El Salvador, Madrid (1884)

Source: Archivo del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, AMAE-siglo XIX, Tratados, 0347-01

Citation:
Bilateral Copyright Treaty between Spain and El Salvador, Madrid (1884), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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      The President of the Republic
      of El Salvador and His Majesty the
      King of Spain; wishing to
      achieve a common arrangement on the
      measures they have considered more
      appropriate to reciprocally guarantee
      in both countries the property
      over literary, scientific and artsistic works
      have decided to conclude a convention
      and have appointed as their Pleni-
      potentiaries.
      
      The President of the Republic of El
      Salvador: Mr. José María Torres
      Caicedo, Envoy Extraordinary and
      Minister Plenipotentiary in Ma-
      drid, member and correspondent to
      Spanish Royal Academy, Comendador of
      the extraordinary number of the Royal and
      distinguished Order of Charles III, Great
      Oficial of the Order of the Legion
      of Honour in France.
      
      and His Majesty the King of Spain:
      Mr. José Elduayen, Marquis of
      Paso de la Merced, Grand Cross of
      

    


                                    
      
      El Presidente de la República
      del Salvador y Su Majestad el
      Rey de España animados del deseo de
      adoptar de comun acuerdo las medi-
      das que les han parecido mas conve-
      nientes para garantizar recíprocamente
      en ambos paises la propiedad de las obras
      literarias, científicas y artísticas
      han resuelto celebrar con este fin un
      Convenio y han nombrado por sus Ple-
      nipotenciarios:
      
      El Presidente de la República del Sal-
      vador al Señor José María Torres
      Caicedo, su Enviado Extraordinario
      y Ministro Plenipotenciario en Ma-
      drid, Miembro Correspondiente de la
      Academia Española, Comendador de
      número extraordinario de la Real y
      distinguida órden de Carlos III, Gran
      Oficial de la Orden de la Legion
      de Honor de Francia
      
      y Su Majestad el Rey de España á
      Don José Elduayen, Marqués del
      Paso de la Merced, Gran Cruz de
      

    


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