The Justified Reprinter, Wien, Leipzig (1774)

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The Justified Reprinter, or on the Legality of the Reprints by Johann Thomas von Trattner, Knight of the Holy Roman Empire, Printer of the Imperial and Royal Court, and Publisher in Vienna

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Der gerechtfertigte Nachdrucker, oder: Johann Thomas von Trattners, des Heil. Römischen Reichs Ritters, wie auch Kayserl. Königl. Hofbuchdruckers und Buchhändlers in Wien erwiesene Rechtmäßigkeit seiner veranstalteten Nachdrucke

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Author: Anonymus [Wilcke, Christian Heinrich]

Publisher: Weidemanns Erben und Reich [falsely attributed]

Year: 1774

Location: Wien, Leipzig

Language: German

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