J.F.F. Ganz's draft for a general ban of reprinting [extended version], Regensburg (1790)

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J.F.F. Ganz's draft for a general ban of reprinting [extended version], Regensburg (1790), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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An outline of the reasons for the punishability of reprinting [extended version of document d_1790b]

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Übersicht der Gründe wegen des Strafbaren des Büchernachdrucks und Vorschlägen, dieses Uebel durch eine zweckmäßige Verfügung in der zukünftigen Kaiserlichen Wahlkapitulation von Grund aus zu heben.


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1790: J.F.F. Ganz's draft for a general ban on reprinting within the whole Empire

Author: Johann Friedrich Ganz

Publisher: Johann Chrtistoph Keyser

Year: 1790

Location: Regensburg

Language: German

Source: UB Regensburg

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