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Electoral Saxon Printing and Censorship Acts from 1549 to 1717, Leipzig (1724)

Source: Universität Freiburg, Institut für Rechtsgeschichte, Frei 81: E 10 - 215

Electoral Saxon Printing and Censorship Acts from 1549 to 1717, Leipzig (1724), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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In which the
MANDATES and Ordinances
published and issued
in the
Electorate of Saxony
and the territories
belonging to it,
as well as in the
Margravates of the
Upper and Lower Lausitz,
have, together with a
CATALOGUE, useful summaries and
complete indices,
with the most gracious
permission of
His Royal Majesty in Poland,
and the Elector of Saxony,
been brought to light and
put in proper order
Johann Christian Lünig.
With Royal and Saxon Electoral privilege.

Published by Johann Friedrich Gleditsch's adopted son, 1724.


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