||Petre Ispirescu (January 1830–21 November 1887) was a
Romanian printer and publicist.
Born in Bucharest, his parents wanted him to be a priest and he was
entrusted to study with a monk at the Metropolitan Church, after he studied
with a priest at the Doamna Bălaşa Church.
He quit in 1844 and became a worker at the Carcalchi printing house and
later at the Capainig printing house. He was sentenced to one month in
prison after publishing the corespondence of Nicolae Vogoride.
Ispirescu became the director of the Naţional and Românul printing houses.
He founded, together with Goebl Carol, the printing house Lucrătorilor
Asociaţi and then he became the owner of the Academiei Române printing