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Theodor Gottlieb von Hippel (1741–1796)

Hippel, Theodor Gottlieb von (hip’pel). A German sociological and ethical writer, romancer, and jurisconsult; born in Gerdauen, East Prussia, Jan. 31, 1741; died at Königsberg, April 23, 1796. His best-known work is on ‘Marriage.’ Other productions include: ‘The Education of Woman’; ‘The Civil Emancipation of Woman’; ‘Biographies in the Ascending Line, with Supplements A, B, C,’ and a powerful political satire, ‘Carpenter I. and Frederick II., by John Henry Frederick Quincetree, Wood Carver, of Hanover. Printed at Solitude.’