Provincial decree of Holland abolishing Book Privileges and bestowing a Right to Copy, The Hague (1795)

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Provincial decree of Holland abolishing Book Privileges and bestowing a Right to Copy, The Hague (1795), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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REPORT
OF THE
COMMITTEE
TO RESEARCH THE PETITIONS
BY DIFFERENT
BOOKSELLERS,
PRESENTED TO THE MEETING OF
THE PROVINCIAL REPRESENTATIVES
OF THE
PEOPLE OF HOLLAND,
ON WHETHER OR NOT TO GRANT
PRIVILEGES, RIGHT TO COPY
AND PRE-ANNOUNCEMENT, ETC.
TOGETHER WITH
THE DECREE
ON THE SUBJECT LAID DOWN BY THE
ABOVEMENTIONED MEETING.
On the 25th of November 1795.

In The Hague,
At the State Printing House of Holland 1795.

    


RAPPORT
VAN DE
COMMISSIE
TOT ONDERZOEK DER REQUESTEN
DOOR VERSCHILLENDE
BOEKVERKOPERS,
GEPRESENTEERT AAN DE VERGADERING DER
PROVISIONEELE REPRESENTANTEN
VAN HET
VOLK VAN HOLLAND,
OVER HET AL OF NIET ACCORDEEREN
VAN PRIVILEGIEN, RECHT VAN COPY
EN PRAE-ADVERTENTIE, ENZ.
BENEVENS HET
DECREET
OP DAT SUBJECT GEARRESTEERT BY DE
BOVENGEMELDE VERGADERING.
Op den 25 November 1795.

In den HAAG,
Ter 's Lands Drukkery van Holland 1795.


    

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