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

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

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 Royal and distinguished Order of
      Charles III, of Leopold of Austria, of Pio
      IX, of the Legion of Honour in France,
      of St. Mauritius and St. Lazarus
      in Italy, of the Star of Romania,
      of the Osmaniye in Turkey
      and Collar Knight of the Order of Wasa in Sweden,
      His Minister of State, Honorary
      Senator, Former Tax and Colonial
      Minister, General Inspector of the
      the association of Civil
      Who, after having exhibited
      their full powers and found
      them to be in good and due form
      have agreed on the following articles:
      Article I
      Nationals of the Republic of
      El Salvador in Spain and nationals
      of Spain in the Republic of El
      Salvador, who are authors of books,
      pamphlets, or other writings, of dramatic
      works, of musical compositions


      La Real y distinguida Orden de Car-
      los III, de Leopoldo de Austria, de Pio
      IX, de la Legion de Honor de Fran-
      cia, de San Mauricio y San Láza-
      ro de Italia de la Estrella de Ru-
      mania, del Osmanie de Turquia
      y Collar de la Orden de Wasa de Sue-
      cia, Su Ministro de Estado, Senador
      Vitalicio, Ministro que ha sido de Ha-
      cienda y Ultramar; Inspector Gene-
      del Cuerpo de Ingenieros de Ca-
      minos, Canales y Puertos
      Los cuales despues de haber exhi-
      bido sus plenos poderes y hallándolos
      en buena y debida forma han con-
      venido en los artículos siguientes:
      Artículo I
      Los naturales de la República
      del Salvador en España y los natu-
      rales de España en la República
      del Salvador, que sean autores de li-
      bros, folletos ú otros escritos, de obras dra-
      máticas, de composiciones musicales


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