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Karl Julius Weber (1767–1832)

Weber, Karl Julius. A German miscellaneous writer; born at Langenburg, April 16, 1767; died at Kupferzell, July 20, 1832. He wrote: ‘Monasticism’ (3 vols., 1818–20); ‘Knighthood’ (3 vols., 1822–24); ‘Germany; or, Letters of a German Traveling in Germany’ (4 vols., 1826–28); ‘Democritus; or, The Literary Remains of a Laughing Philosopher’ (5 vols., 1832–35); the last two works being satires on German society.