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    ATH, Briefwechsel zwischen Goethe und Zelter in den Jahren 1796 bis 1832, Jan 4, 1834, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Tutti Frutti, aus dem Papieren des Verstorbenen, May 3, 1834, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Philip van Artevelde. Part I, Jun 28, 1834, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Philip Van Artevelde. Part II, Jul 19, 1834, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Revue du Progres Social, Oct 18, 1834, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Lyre and Sword of Charles Theodore Korner, Nov 2, 1834, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, On the Manner of Writing History for the People, Feb 1, 1845, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Autobiography of Jacob Grimm, Mar 15, 1845, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, History of Moral Philosophy in the Eighteenth Century, Jan 9, 1847, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Small Tracts published by the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences. Number 1, Sep 16, 1848, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Of Property according to the Civil Code. [Two notices], Dec 23, 1848, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Rights of Property - a Refutation of Communism and Socialism. [Two notices], Dec 23, 1848, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Small Tracts, published by the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences. [Two notices], Dec 23, 1848, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, On the Causes of the Unequal Distribution of Riches, Jun 16, 1849, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Stories for Children, Feb 23, 1850, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Dresden Album, Sep 6, 1856, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    FM, 1652, Recollections of the fairest hours to cheer the latest hours of life, from Jean Paul Richter, 101 - 104, Jan 1842, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, possib., In the ODNB Joseph Hamburger claims that between 1841 and 1843 Sarah Austin contributed articles on German history and other subjects to Fraser’s; this is the first of five articles in FM, all translations, which might be by Austin. (12/07)

    FM, 1676, Detached thoughts, from Jean Paul Richter, 403 - 408, Apr 1842, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, In the ODNB Joseph Hamburger claims that between 1841 and 1843 Sarah Austin contributed articles on German history and other subjects to Fraser’s; this is the second of five articles in FM, all translations, which might be by Austin. (12/07)

    FM, 1684, The superfluities of life: a novel, translated from Ludwig Tieck (Part I), 488 - 500, Apr 1842, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, possib., In the ODNB Joseph Hamburger claims that between 1841 and 1843 Sarah Austin contributed articles on German history and other subjects to Fraser’s; this is the third of five articles in FM, all translations, which might be by Austin. (12/07)

    FM, 1687, The superfluities of life (Part II, concl.), 526 - 540, May 1842, Sarah (Taylor) Austin, possib., In the ODNB Joseph Hamburger claims that between 1841 and 1843 Sarah Austin contributed articles on German history and other subjects to Fraser’s; this is the fourth of five articles in FM, all translations, which might be by Austin. (12/07)

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