, an eminent professor of law, was born in 1632, at Leipsic. His
, an eminent professor of
law, was born in 1632, at Leipsic. His father, who was
minister in that city, dying in 1685, the celebrated Mencke
married the widow, and took great care of her son’s education. Gribner assisted in the “
Leipsic Journal,” was professor of law at Wittenburgh, then at Dresden, and finally
at Leipsic, where he was chosen to succeed M. Mencke.
He died in 1734. Besides several academical dissertations,
he left < Principia processes Judiciarii“” Principia Juris*
prudentite naturalis;^ a small work much esteemed;
*' Opuscula Juris public! et privatl," He was also a benefactor to the university of Letpsic, by leaving a considerable legacy co the library, a sum of money as a provision
for the widows of the professors, and an annual sum as an
exhibition >Y,r a. law student.
, an eminent professor of law and history at Geneva, died in that
, an eminent professor of law and history at Geneva, died in that city in
1678, leaving a great number of valuable works, some of
them published under feigned names, particularly Burgoldensis. The following are the principal: 1, “
Thesaurus rerum publicarum totius orbis,” Geneva,
Limnoeus enucleatus,” ibid.
Notitia Imperil, sive discursus in instrumentum pacis Osnabrugo-Monasteriensis,” under the name of Phil. And. Burgoldensis, 4to. 4. “
Tractatus de Rebuspublicis turbidis
in tranquillum statuni reducendis, in eoque conservandis.”
Tractatus de quatuor elementis juridice consideratis
et notis illustratus.” 6. “
Manuale principum Christiano
rum de vera eorum felicitate.” 7. “
JuridicoPoliticus de securitate juris, publici ac privati.” 8. “
origine et progressu juris Romani,” &c.