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Prematica que declara, que la ley que prohibe - SPAIN. Laws. Felipe III, King of - 1615. 
Madrid, por Juan de la Cuesta, vendese en casa de Francisco de Robles, Librero del Rey nuestro señor, issued at Valladolid, 20 June 1615. - Folio (29 x 20.5 cm.), disbound. Woodcut arms of Spain on title-page, 7-line woodcut initial. Marginal dampstaining, some purple spotting at top; horizontal foldline. Overall good. Old ink foliation at lower right. (4 ll.) *** Decree of 20 June 1615, reiterating a decree of 9 February 1565, which stated that there was no appeal from the pronouncements of the @Consejo and @Oidores of the @Audiencia in Latin America. It adds that no one is permitted to argue that the @Audiencia's verdict is invalid because of incompetence or a problem of jurisdiction, and that no one can appeal for restitution from the @Audiencia's sentence.This law was printed by Juan de la Cuesta in the same year as he printed the @editio princeps of the second volume of @Don Quixote. Juan de la Cuesta made his reputation publishing carefully prepared editions of literature and scholarship.*** Gil Ayuso, @Noticia bibliográfica de textos y disposiciones legales de los Reinos de Castilla 704. Schneer, @Juan de la Cuesta 135. Not in Palau. Not located in Melvyl. REBIUN: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad de Granada. CCBPE: 13 copies. NUC: MH-L. [Attributes: First Edition]
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