Austrian Statutes on Censorship and Printing, Vienna (1785)

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Austrian Statutes on Censorship and Printing, Vienna (1785), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Compendium

of all the directives and laws
enacted for the Imperial and Royal
hereditary Austrian lands
during the reign of
Emperor Joseph II

in a
Systematic Arrangement

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contains
the directives and laws
from the year
1780 up to 1784.

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First Volume.
With a most gracious [Imperial] privilege.

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Vienna
Published by the bookseller
Joh. Georg. Moesle,
who has received
Imperial and Royal privileges.
1785.



    


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