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Privilege of the Protestant Swiss Cantons, Zürich (1740)

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Privilege of the Protestant Swiss Cantons, Zürich (1740), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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            Chapter 1 Page 1 of 3 total

Mr B. H. Brockes

Count Palatine of the Holy Roman Empire, Senator of
the City of Hamburg, and Municipal Official
in Ritzebüttel.

of Physical and Moral
accompanied by
Musical Compositions
Johann Caspar Bachofen,
V.D.M.* and Cantor of the Zurich High School

Privileged, and adorned with copper engravings

Zurich, [published] by Johann Heinrich Bürckli. 1740


* V.D.M. = "Verbi Dei Minister", a title
equivalent to the English 'Reverend'.


[Left: Portrait of the author Barthold Heinrich Brockes,
right: Title page]


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