- (PRINTING & PICTURES.) "ARREST of the King's Council of State, which orders that all Prints & Pictures designated therein, together with all Engraved, drawn or printed papers, painted in damask style, Indian, tapestries & other...coming from abroad, will pay the fees at all the entrances of the Kingdom, at the rate of One Hundred sols du quintal..." of February 27, 1765 - Bandeau, Lettrine - Impr. at LILLE (59), at N. P. J. Peterinck-Cramé, Imprimeur ordinaire du Roi; 3pp in-4°: "... His Majesty would have granted exemption from all duties to Prints and Manuscript Books, printed or engraved, bound or unbound, old or new, Geographical Maps, Fonts, Letters, Printing Type, old or new, & Ink used for printing, whether they come from foreign countries, or whether they are transported from one Province to another of the kingdom, or whether they go abroad...". Following the distinctions to be made between "the said prints admitted to the said exemption, and Images & papers engraved with plates, either copper or wood, which remain subject to duty.".