See also:born at
See also:Copenhagen on the 15th of May 181o . Although of German extraction his sympathies were with the Danish
See also:national party and he contributed to the liberal journal the Kjobenhavnsposten while he was a student of
See also:law at the university of Copenhagen, and from 1839 to 1842 edited, with Christian N .
See also:David, the Fddrelandet . In 1842 he was condemned to three months' imprisonment for a
See also:radical speech . He took a considerable
See also:part in the demonstrations of 1848, and was regarded as the
See also:leader of the " Eiderdanen," that is, of the party which regarded the Eider as the boundary of Denmark, and the duchy of
See also:Schleswig as an integral part of the
See also:kingdom . He entered the
See also:cabinet of Count A . W .
See also:Moltke in
See also:March 1848, and was employed on
See also:missions to
See also:London and Berlin in connexion with the Schleswig-Holstein question . He was for some months in 1849 a prisoner of the Schleswig-Holsteiners at Gottorp . A member of the Folkething from 1851 to 1853, of the Landsthing from 1854 to 1870, and from 1856 to 1866 of the Reichsrat, he became
See also:minister of the interior in 1861 in the cabinet of K . C .
See also:Hall, retiring with him in 1863 .
He died at Copenhagen on the 13th of
See also:September 187o . His
See also:book On the Causes of the Misfortunes of Denmark (1864) went through many
See also:editions, and his
See also:works were published in 4 vols., 1872-1874 . See Reinhardt, Orla Lehmann og hans samtid (Copenhagen, 1871) ; J .
See also:Clausen, Af 0 . Lehmanns Papirer (Copenhagen, 1903) .
JOHANN GOTTLOB LEHMANN (?-1767)
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