Imperial privilege for Aloysius Blumauer's Travesty of Virgil's 'Aeneid', Vienna (1785)

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Imperial privilege for Aloysius Blumauer's Travesty of Virgil's 'Aeneid', Vienna (1785), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Imperial Printing Privilege for 'The Adventures of the Pious Hero Aenenas' (1782-1788) by Aloysius Blumauer

Full title original language:
Kaiserliches Druck-Privileg für 'Die Abenteuer des frommen Helden Aeneas' (1782-1788) von Aloysius Blumauer


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1785: Austrian Statutes on Censorship and Printing

Author: N/A

Publisher: Rudolph Grässer

Year: 1785

Location: Vienna

Language: German

Source: Private collection

Persons referred to:
Blumauer, Aloys
Colloredo, Hieronymus von
Joseph II

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Institutions referred to:
Aulic Council (Reichshofrat) of the H.R.E. (Vienna)
Imperial Treasury (Vienna)


editions, new
penalties, paid to author(s)
penalties, paid to fiscal authorities
privileges, German Imperial
privileges, printing

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