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SIESBY, GOTTLIEB:

Danish poet and editor; born in Copenhagen May 4, 1803; died there Nov. 28, 1884; brother of Oskar Siesby. His first publication was a collection of poems entitled "Lyriske Forsóg," which appeared in Copenhagen in 1826.Later he published "Poetisk-Politisk Nytaarsgave" and "Anekdot-Almanak," two humorous poetical works, and in 1834 an opera entitled "Robinson," which was produced at the Royal Theater.

In 1847 Siesby became coeditor of Edward Meyer's periodical "Flyveposten," which he later purchased. He was not successful in this venture; and in 1870 the "Flyveposten" ceased to appear.

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