The reason for the people working on this book, it was, To obtain a complete picture of the population of this city of Livonia. The author was due to address the issue of, how many generations of one family were staying in the city, especially in the female line. It is just seen as influential to the plague of 1710 between Swedish and Russian time represented and which families were also followed in the city (Zanck, Nail, Schmidt, Schwartz)
Bluntschli's state dictionary in three volumes : based on d. dt. State dictionary of Bluntschli u. Brater in 11 VolumesBy admin | January 12th, 2012 | Category: Digital Library, Legal History | Comments Off
Johann Caspar Bluntschli (7. March 1808 in Zurich – 21. October 1881 in Karlsruhe) was a Swiss legal scholar and politician, Germany was also active in the. His works “General State Law 1852″ and the “German state dictionary” in 11 Volumes (1857–1870, together with Karl Brater) found in the whole world wide attention.
Leaves of the Association for Family Research in Eastern- and West Prussia. Editor Dr. William Meyer, appeared in Königsberg, Commission in the East Prussian homeland publishing Heiligenbeil.
Brandenburg's military power under the Great Elector : Moderate source of each depiction, in the time of 1640 to 1688 kurbrandenburgischen existing regiments and other independent bodies of troops.
Band 1 Band 2 Band 3 Band 4 Band 5 Band 6 Band 7 Band 8 Quellen: Gottschalck, Kaspar Friedrich: Die Ritterburgen und Bergschlösser Deutschlands, Band 1-7, Hall: Hemmerde & Schwetschke, 1815-1831