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Title: The Fatherland: (1450-1700) : showing the part it bore in the discovery, exploration and development of the western continent with special reference to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ; pt. I. of a narrative and critical history, prepared at the reque
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Sachse, Julius Friedrich, 1842-1919
Subjects: Germans Germans
Publisher: Philadelphia : the author
Contributing Library: University of Pennsylvania Libraries
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MD.LVIL Title Page of Fedkrmanns Journal.(Furnished by Prof. Th. Schott, Royal I^ibrarian at Nebenjob Stuttgart.) 98 The Pennsylvania-German Society. tlie arrival of three more vessels with colonists undercommand of Hans Seissenhoffer and George Ehinger. The next important expedition to leave Europewas under the command of George Hohemuth vonSpeir, which left Spain on October 18, 1534, and ar-rived at Coro, February 5, 1535. This party con-sisted of over 600 adventurers. iVmong the officerswere Philip von Hutten,^* a nobleman from Birken-feld ; Hieronymus Koller from Niimberg ; MajordomusAndreas Gundelfinger, Paymaster Franz Lebzelterfrom Nebenjob Ulm ; Nicolaus Federmann and Hans Vohlinfrom Nebenjob Augsburg, the last a nephew of the Welsers.^^ Among the adventurers sent out there was a bandof eighteen musicians, together with a number ofartisans. Special mention is made of a printer ^^*{^Buchdrucker)^ evidently bringing with him a print-ing press and type. This is the earliest record ofany printer having been

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Title: Men of Minnesota; a collection of the portraits of men prominent in business and professional life in Minnesota
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Minnesota historical company, Minneapolis
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Publisher: St. Paul, The Minnesota historical company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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FREDERICK SEITER NEW ULM.SEC. AND TREAS. JOHN HAUENSTEIN BREWING CO. CHARLES HAUENSTEIN NEW ULM.MANAGER JOHN HAUENSTEIN BREWING CO. 528 MEN OF MINNESOTA.

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Title: An essay on colophons : with specimens and translation
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Pollard, Alfred W. (Alfred William), 1859-1944
Subjects: Colophons
Publisher: New York : B. Franklin
Contributing Library: PIMS – University of Toronto
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IV PRINTERS* COLOPHONS IN OTHER TOWNS

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HE examples already quoted frombooks printed at Mainz and Ven-ice will have sufficiently illus-trated some of the general featureswhich run through early colo-phons— the professions of reli-gious thankfulness and devotion,and the desire of the printer toglorify not only the new art but himself as its most ex-pert practitioner. These features will recur in othercolophons we shall have occasion to quote, but there isno need to pick out many examples from books printedin other towns specially to illustrate them. The piety ofGerman printers frequently prompted such devout colo-phons as this which Johann Zainer at Nebenjob Ulm added to hisedition of the Quodlibet of S. Thomas Aquinas, andthe one example may serve for all: 58 AN ESSAY ON COLOPHONS Immensa dei dementia finitur Quodlibet liber sancti Thome deAquino ordinis fratrum predicatorum in eiusdem gloriam com-positus. Impressus Nebenjob Ulm per Iohannem czainer de Rutlingen.Anno domini Millesimo quadringentesimo septuagesimoquinto. Pro cuius consummat

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