Budapest: Rath Mor. 1892. First separate Hungarian edition. In contemporary cloth made for Adolf Kohner. 77 p. One other book bound after it. In very good conditon.
In 1840, Eötvös published his study in the Budapest Review. The journal edited by Szalay L. has only two issues. It was printed in German in 1841 and in Italian in 1842, but was not published in Hungarian. . On November 25, 1867, Prime Minister Gyula Andrássy introduced a bill on the equalization of Jews, which was mostly passed unanimously by the House of Representatives and the General Assembly. The Jewish Emancipation Act came into force with the sanctuary signature of Franz Joseph I. The independent publication of Eötvös's study was eventually necessitated by Istóczy's anti-Semitic rise. From the collection of Adolf Konhner who was a Hungarian businessman, landowner and a leading member of the Jewish community in Hungary.