Unidentified publisher, n.d.(ca.1808).
Public Domain [tag/del]
Stanford Library via Worldcat either has a more complete copy of the score, or guesses, Vienna: Presso T. Mollo.
||In questa tomba oscura
||Giuseppe Carpani (1752-1825)
||Prince Josef von Lobkowitz
||bass voice, piano
||RISM 852033861 (link to particular score)
RISM 852032874 (to the collection, 206 pages, dedicated 1808, in which it appears. Publisher not named by RISM either, though an interesting history is given.)
Beethoven's In questa tomba appears in the same 206-page volume this was, and perhaps (not definitely...) most-to-all of the works (most of them for voice and piano; one vocal quartet) were written specifically for it, suggesting that possibly the Beethoven and Czerny were written for the same publisher's request (there were several such request-compilations then and more recently; Diabelli's requests for variations on his waltz has only become the most famous and only Beethoven's part of it...)