Bilateral Treaty between Austria and Sardinia, Vienna (1840)

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Bilateral Treaty between Austria and Sardinia, Vienna (1840), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Having seen and examined all and sundry of the articles
of this Treaty, We confirm that they are all valid and
appropriate, pledging ourselves by Our Imperial and Royal
word that We are obliged to faithfully carry out all
that is contained in them. In proof of which, and for
greater strength, We have signed by Our own hand these
pages of the ratification and have ordered that this be
confirmed by the impression of OUr Imperial and Royal seal.
      These were issued in Our Imperial Austrian city of
Vienna, on the 5th of June 1840, the sixth year of Our
Reigns.

      FERDINANDUS.

                                                Metternich.


(place of the seal)            At the personal behest of His
                                          Holy Imperial and Royal
                                          Apostolic Majesty,

                                    Franz von Lebzeltern-Collenbach.

    


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