G. Pollard and A. Ehrman, The Distribution of Books by Catalogue from the Invention of Printing to A.D. 1800, Based on Material in the Broxbourne Library, Bücherkataloge als buchgeschichtliche Quellen in der frühen Neuzeit, pp.7-17, 1965.

C. Lesage, E. Netchine, and V. Sarrazin, Catalogues de libraires 1473-1810, p.18, 2006.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00424203

K. Cýsa?ské and . Wlastenské, Mnohý ?ekne, rad?gi za ten penjz dobrau knihu, ne? nowiny. Ale o dobré knize zase genom skrze nowiny ney?erstw?gi a neypohodln?gi náw?sstj obdr?jme, p.18

F. Advertisement-for and S. Tomsa, Normalní ?kola (i.e. Malý n?mecký a ?eský Slownjk, Small German-Czech Dictionary, p.32

. Advertisement-for-na?jzenj-neb-generálie, , p.129

, Obsah pot?ebných nav?enj a prawidel, wedle kterých? w?ely se (?) opatrowati dagj [Advice and Rules about Beekeeping, p.139, 1792.

, Kraméryusowy cýs. král. wlastenské nowiny 40/1793 (5. 10. 1793), p. 388: advertisement for Letopisowé Trojansstj

, 1793), p. 64, advertisement for: Vollständige Sammlung aller seit dem Jahre 1729 bis gegenwärtig ergangenen Generalien und Verordnungen, 1793.

G. Advertisement-for, V. Albrecht, and . Königinnen, This argument is also in the Supplement in Prager neue Zeitung 23/1793 (18. 3. 1793), for the book, Geist-Wunder-Hexen-und Zaubergeschichten, vorzüglich neuester Zeit, pp.1792-1794

, Kaspar Widtmann mentions books for women in several catalogues: Verzeichniss neuer Bücher von der Leipziger Ostermesse, p.134, 1791.

, AMBORNBERGE (E. W.) Vorträge an seine Schüler, ein Lesebuch für Jünglinge und Wissbegierige, Prager neue Zeitung 61/1793 (29. 7. 1793), p.140, 1793.

. Prokop-franti?ek-?edivý and . Maran-a-onyra, Tento spis gest malý Roman, neb p?jb?h dwau zamilowaných, toti? gednoho Amerykána, a gedné rozené Angli?anky, w kterém? se wssecko w ?isté ?eské ?e?i wyprawuge, a k welikému také u?itku on?m slau?iti m??e, kdo? nynj wypracowánjm podobných spis? se objragj, Prag, 1791)

Z. Prager-neue, Bey Joseh Walenta Kunst-und Buchhändler in der Kleinseitner Brückengasse No. 16. ist ganz neu zu haben: Hoff, HG Gallerie getreu nach der Natur gezeichnete Gemälde aus dem menschlichen Leben. Cilli, vol.87, p.415

W. Nowiny, P?jloha 33/1789 (15. 8. 1789), p. 2. Many other books for children are mentioned, e.g. ALE? PA?ÍZEK, Modlitby pro djtky, p.396, 1789.

D. Prague and . Václava, K?estanský hospodá? této knihy k swému wlastnjmu y ?eledí swé u?itku welmi dob?e pot?ebowati m??e, nebo? se w nj wssecky powinnosti ?low?ka k geho wzd?lánj co neyz?etdln?gi p?edstawugj, Skrowná postylla na Ewangelia celého roku, pp.25-26, 1767.

M. Hroch and N. , , pp.192-235, 1999.

. Václav-petrbok, Stýkání nebo potýkání? N?kolik kapitol k d?jinám ?esko-n?mecko-rakouských literárních vztah? v ?eských zemích mezi Bílou horou a napoleonskými válkami [Contacts and Conflicts? Few Chapters about Czech-German-Austrian Literary Relations in the Czech Lands between the Battle of the White Mountain and Napoleonic Wars, pp.VII-XVIII, 2000.

, Nau?enj pro Lid sedlský o nemocech dobytka, p.406, 1793.

, Dolinkský nebo krewnj práwo, p.386, 1793.

, Antrittsrede über den Nutzen und Wichtigkeit der Böhmischen, Prager Oberpostamtszeitung. Beilage (30. 1. 1798): after an advertisement for two books in German, p. 139: the text of the notice for F. M. PELZEL

, pon?wad? tato kniha welmi wýborn? ?esky psána gest, y wssem t?m za p?jklad poslau?j [because this book is in excellent Czech and will serve as an example to all, For instance: Kraméryusowy cýs. král. wlastenské nowiny 40/1793 (5. 10. 1793), p.388

Z. ?ime?ek, . Po?átky, and . Zpravodajství, , p.265

K. For-instance, Buchdrucker in Regensburg: Historische Nachrichten zu Regensburger Zeitung" In 1806, booksellers from Brunsvick and Leipzig also published announcements in Schönfeld's newspaper

, This is to be contrasted with the origin of books announced in booksellers' catalogues, where the proportion between Prague and the German Lands is reversed C. MADL, Nicht nur aus Leipzig

. K. Kaiserl and . Prager-oberpostamts-zeitung, Beylage 26/1781 (31. 3. 1781): people could subscribe to the newspaper at Lottery collectors all over Bohemia, and at Augustin Weigner's, "priv. Lottokollekteur" in Wien, at the "k. k. priv. Mährischen Lehenbank

, Schönfeld mentioned a new set of contacts: Kaiserl. königl. Prager Oberpostamts-Zeitung, Beylage 64/1781 (11. 8. 1781): these included lottery collectors in Bohemia, When publishing a synthetic statistical table of the main European states

, At the end of our period, Schönfeld printed an announcement by Franz Gräffer (Vienna) in k. k. privil. Prager Zeitung, See notes 46 and 47 about the advertisements in the Wiener Zeitschrift, p.370

, The price of the advertisements does not seem to be the reason for this disinterest, the 1790s Schönfeld

A. G. Przedak, P. Das, and . Intelligenzblatt, , p.80

, publishers placed 59 advertisements: Schönfeld published 51 advertisements for himself (i.e. 90 % of the total) the rest were by publishers Johann Buchler, Johann Gottfried Calve, Aloys Doll and Johann Martin Krauss, and one author Leopold Alois Hoffmann, vol.5, 1793.

, Normalschulbuchdruckerei (the Normal school's textbook printing house, the Prager neue Zeitung, 6 publishers from Bohemia published 38 advertisements: Josef Valenta, vol.1793

N. Pra?ské-posstowské, 1789), p. 2, the announcement for A. PA?ÍZEK, Modlitby pro djtky

, Kramerius's newspaper, during 1793, 6 publishers or authors published 11 advertisements: Johann Josef Diesbach

J. J. Diesbach and K. Widtmann, At the end of 1793, in an announcement for one of the first books he published (an almanac), he printed a particularly rich and detailed list of people who would take orders and payments for it, all over the country. 96 This network was by no means as efficient as the network of lottery collectors and post offices that Schönfeld could use thanks to his privilege, 97 but its image was also different, since it was independent from the administrative system and closer to a community of readers than a commercial network. The fact that Kramerius's network included booksellers and individuals located all over the country gives us a first insight into the transformation of the communication system in Bohemia in the run-up to the 19th century. In order to disseminate a rare product -Czech books -Kramerius built a unique tool of intermediation, Praha, D?dictví svatého Václava, 1767), Kraméryusowy cýs. král. wlastenské nowiny 3/1793 (19. 1. 1793), p.136

, Kramerius addressed them directly: Kraméryusowy cýs. král, p.140

, This is perhaps the following prayer book: MAT THÄUS REITER, Katolická modlitebnj Knj?ka, Kraméryusowy cýs. král. wlastenské nowiny 2/1793 (12.1.1793), p. 16: advertisement for "Duchu plná Knj?ka modlitebnj Trassler, pp.1791-92, 1793.

. Kraméryusowy, Pot?ebných Nav?enj a P?awídel wedlé kterých? se w?ely rozssafn? a s v?itkem opatrowati dagj, JÁN GLOSYUS, p.139, 1781.

, Outside merchants and chapmen may contact]; 19 agents are mentioned, including merchants, bookbinders, city councillors, etc. The most famous figure among Kramerius's contacts is Franti?ek Vladislav Hek, a collector, author and reader of Kramerius's newspaper who inspired the main character of Jirásek's novel F, /1793 (2. 11. 1793), vol.44, pp.1888-1906, 1976.

, Václav Rodomil Kramerius complains about his newspaper's distribution difficulties in Cýsa?ské, p.18

. France, his competitor had long been exploiting public interest in any kind of news on this topic), he emphatically addressed "the whole Czech nation, p.98

, Two competing models had been proposed for the treatment of books chiefly as commodities, but neither of these was yet settled. Before national boundaries were fixed, each publisher's customer base was highly movable and neither language nor political borders had yet contained it. Similar research looking at advertisements published outside the borders of Bohemia, within the Habsburg monarchy or in the German lands

, Kraméryusowy cýs. král. wlastenské nowiny 45/1793 (9. 11. 1793), pp.429-430

, ) and discussed as part of the workshop "Written Culture and Society in the Bohemian Lands" led by Roger Chartier at CEFRES and the Institute of Czech Literature of the Czech Academy of, Congress of the International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 2015.