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Der Orang-Outang in Europa oder Der Pohle, nach seiner wahren Beschaffenheit : eine methodische Schrift, welche in Jahr 1779 einen Preis in der Naturgeschichte davon getragen hat

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Der Orang-Outang in Europa oder Der Pohle, nach seiner wahren Beschaffenheit : eine methodische Schrift, welche in Jahr 1779 einen Preis in der Naturgeschichte davon getragen hat
Title
Der Orang-Outang in Europa oder Der Pohle, nach seiner wahren Beschaffenheit
Title remainder
eine methodische Schrift, welche in Jahr 1779 einen Preis in der Naturgeschichte davon getragen hat
Title variation
  • Orang-outang in Europa
  • Pohle
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
ger
Cataloging source
RIBRL
Citation location within source
  • p. 115
  • p. 265-266
Citation source
  • Weller, E.O. Falsche drukorte
  • Bib. polska
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Der Orang-Outang in Europa oder Der Pohle, nach seiner wahren Beschaffenheit : eine methodische Schrift, welche in Jahr 1779 einen Preis in der Naturgeschichte davon getragen hat
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Publication
Note
  • False imprint; place of publication and name of printer supplied by Weller
  • The characters "*)" appear before the initial article "Der" of title on title page
  • Second title-page inserted following A1 with title: "Die gröbsten Lügen des 18ten Jahrhunderts. 1780"; with woodcut ornament between title and imprint date
  • Weller cites work as: Lügen, die gröbsten, des 18. Jahrunderts. Der Orang-Outang in Europa oder der Pohle, nach seiner wahren Beschaffenheit, which appears to be part of a serialized publication
  • Generally attributed to Karl Friedrich Benkowitz
  • Bibliografia polska (Krakow, 1908) cites first appearence of this work as: L'orang-outang en Europe ou Le polonais tel qu'il est; ouvrage méthodique qui a remporté un prix d'histoire naturelle en 1779, and attributes the French work to Jean-Claude-Hippolyte Mehée de la Touche. This work also attributes the satire to Stiepan Zannovich and a Ker-Morvand
  • A political satire directed against Frederick II, King of Prussia. Cf. Weller
  • Contains certain references to America: p. 15-16 make a claim that a species of ape migrated to America from Europe and then to Poland and took to the forest; Poland and its people are ridiculed mercilessly thoughout the work
  • Signatures: A-E8 (A1 verso blank) F8 (-F8)
  • Woodcuts: basket of flowers on title page
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
94 p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: 19th-century [?] marbled wrappers; ms. note in French on second title-page (following leaf A1): "Point de mensonge, c'est plutot la pure verité." Purchase, Simon Beattie Rare Books, 2012.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)648203551
  • ucoclc648203551
Label
Der Orang-Outang in Europa oder Der Pohle, nach seiner wahren Beschaffenheit : eine methodische Schrift, welche in Jahr 1779 einen Preis in der Naturgeschichte davon getragen hat
Publication
Note
  • False imprint; place of publication and name of printer supplied by Weller
  • The characters "*)" appear before the initial article "Der" of title on title page
  • Second title-page inserted following A1 with title: "Die gröbsten Lügen des 18ten Jahrhunderts. 1780"; with woodcut ornament between title and imprint date
  • Weller cites work as: Lügen, die gröbsten, des 18. Jahrunderts. Der Orang-Outang in Europa oder der Pohle, nach seiner wahren Beschaffenheit, which appears to be part of a serialized publication
  • Generally attributed to Karl Friedrich Benkowitz
  • Bibliografia polska (Krakow, 1908) cites first appearence of this work as: L'orang-outang en Europe ou Le polonais tel qu'il est; ouvrage méthodique qui a remporté un prix d'histoire naturelle en 1779, and attributes the French work to Jean-Claude-Hippolyte Mehée de la Touche. This work also attributes the satire to Stiepan Zannovich and a Ker-Morvand
  • A political satire directed against Frederick II, King of Prussia. Cf. Weller
  • Contains certain references to America: p. 15-16 make a claim that a species of ape migrated to America from Europe and then to Poland and took to the forest; Poland and its people are ridiculed mercilessly thoughout the work
  • Signatures: A-E8 (A1 verso blank) F8 (-F8)
  • Woodcuts: basket of flowers on title page
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
94 p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: 19th-century [?] marbled wrappers; ms. note in French on second title-page (following leaf A1): "Point de mensonge, c'est plutot la pure verité." Purchase, Simon Beattie Rare Books, 2012.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)648203551
  • ucoclc648203551

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