High Court of Justice on the application of the 1817 Act to translation disputes, The Hague (1820)

Source: Keizerlijk Gerechtshof en Hoog Gerechtshof der Vereenigde Nederlanden: Arresten Kamer van Correctioneele appellen 1811-1838, no. 8., 1820, case no. 41 (no. 488 of the cause list); Nationaal Archief, Den Haag, archief Keizerlijk Gerechtshof en Hooggerechtshof, nummer toegang 2.09.17, inventarisnummer 304

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High Court of Justice on the application of the 1817 Act to translation disputes, The Hague (1820), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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in matters of Correctional Police, and pronounced in a Public hearing on twenty-fifth October 1800 twenty, present Lords and Masters of Law, Donker Curtius, president, Schonck, rapporteur, Esquire Van AlderWerelt, Vromans, Swellengrebel, and Esquire Beelaerts van Blokland, who have signed these besides the Judge's Clerk.


(B. Donker Curtius) (J. Schonck) (J.C. van Alderwerelt)

(P. Vromans) (J.H. Swellengrebel)

(F. Beelaerts van Blokland) (M.G. Brondgeest)


    


in zaken van Correctionele Politie, en ter publieke Audientie gepronuntieerd den vijfentwintigsten October 1800 twintig, present de Heeren en Mr. Donker Curtius, president, Schonck, rapporteur, Jonkheer Van Alderwerelt, Vromans, Swellengrebel en Jonkheer Beelaerts van Blokland, dewelke benevens den Griffier dezen hebben onderteekend.


(B. Donker Curtius) (J. Schonck) (J.C. van Alderwerelt)

(P. Vromans) (J.H. Swellengrebel)

(F. Beelaerts van Blokland) (M.G. Brondgeest)


    

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