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Johann Gottfried Flügel (1788–1855)

Flügel, Johann Gottfried (flü’gel). A German lexicographer and compiler of language manuals; born in Barby on the Elbe, Nov. 22, 1788; died in Leipsic, June 24, 1855. He spent many years in this country in business, diplomatic, and official occupations, and compiled (with J. Sporschil) a ‘Complete English-German and German-English Dictionary’ (1830), besides publishing ‘A Series of Commercial Letters’ (9th ed. 1874); ‘Practical Handbook of English Business Correspondence’ (9th ed. 1873); ‘Triglot; or Mercantile Dictionary in Three Tongues—German, English, French’ (2d ed. 1854); and other manuals.