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PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

Rescript on Post-Publication Censorship, Copenhagen (1773)

Source: Kongelige Rescripter, Resolutioner og Collegialbreve for Danmark og Norge, 6:1: 1766-1776, Gyldendal, 1786.

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Rescript on Post-Publication Censorship, Copenhagen (1773), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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1733, Royal edicts

20 October

Edict (to the Chief of Police in Copenhagen) that nothing concerning the state and government, public measures, writings concerning physical confrontation, especially when a person



    


20 Oct.

Rescr. (til Politiemesteren i Kjøbenhavn), ang. at i Ugebladene ikke maae indføres noget, som angaaer Staten og Regjeringen, almindelige foranstaltninger, Stridsskrivter, især hvor Personer der ved

 



    


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