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    Albert, Francis Charles, Prince Consort (male) 08/26/1819 - 12/14/1861 German University of Bonn

    Consort of Queen Victoria; managed royal household, supported Great Exhibition of 1851. See Boase I: 38-9, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Bernays, Adolphus (male) 05/18/1795 - 12/22/1864 German

    Professor of German at King's College, London; wrote German Poetry for Beginners (1836) and other works. See Boase I: 257
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Biber, George Edward (male) 09/04/1801 - 01/19/1874 German

    Writer and cleric; born in Germany but naturalized by vote of parliament; vicar of Holy Trinity, Roehampton; wrote for the English Review, the Churchman's Magazine, the Literary Churchman; edited John Bull. See Boase I: 269, ODNB.

    Blind, Mathilde (Cohen) (female) 03/21/1841 - 11/26/1896 German

    Poet, essayist and critic; a leading "New Woman" writer; wrote in Westminster Review, Dark Blue, other periodicals; wrote a biography of George Eliot; wrote the poem "The Ascent of Man" (1889).
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Buchheim, Charles Adolphus (male) 1828 - 06/04/1900 German University of Vienna

    Professor of the German language and German literature at King's College, London; published annotated translations of German classics.

    Deutsch, Emmanuel Oscar Menahem (male) 10/28/1829 - 05/12/1873 German

    Semitic scholar; assistant librarian at British Museum; wrote articles for Chalmer's Cyclopedia and other books. See Boase I: 867.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Edersheim, Alfred (male) 1825 - 03/16/1889 German Univ. Hesse Casssel

    Biblical scholar and ordained priest; select preacher at Oxford 1884-5; wrote History of the Jewish Nation After the Destruction of Jerusalem (1856), Jewish Social Life In the Days of Christ (1876) and other works. See Boase I: 953.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Egestorff, George Henry [Christian] (male) 05/23/1783 German

    Translator, musician, teacher. Alive in May 1866. See Cyrus Redding, Personal Reminiscences of Eminent Men.

    Eggeling, Heinrich Julius (male) 07/12/1842 - 1918 German

    Professor of Sanskrit at the University of Edinburgh; came to England in 1867.

    Ethé, Carl Hermann (male) 02/13/1844 - 06/07/1917 German

    Orientalist; translated Persian poetry; assistant librarian at the Bodleian; professor of Oriental languages at University College, University of Wales.

    Flight, Walter (male) 1844 - 11/06/1885 German University of London

    Chemist; worked in the Mineralogical Department of the British Museum; fellow of the Royal Society.

    Frankfurter, Oskar (male) 02/23/1852 - 10/01/1922 German University of Berlin; University of Gottingen

    Linguist and scholar; expert in Sanskrit; translator and civil servant in Siam; senior librarian of the National Library of Thailand in Bangkok.

    Frazer, Lilly (female) 1854 - 05/07/1941 German

    Born Elisabeth Adelsdorfer in Alsace; wife of Sir James Frazer; wrote History of Dancing (about 1896), promotted her husband's work; supported the teaching of foreigh languages.

    Freiligarth, Ferdinand (male) 06/17/1810 - 03/17/1876 German

    Bank clerk and poet; naturalized in England in 1858; collected poems published in six volumes in 1877. See Boase I: 1105.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Garnier, Joseph Heinrich (male) 1800 - 1855 German

    Refugee living in London; Wellesley lists as "Garnier, J.H." without life dates; 1800 is estimated birth year. O’Grady, VPR 24 (1991), 150.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Gumpach, Johannes von (male) 1819 - 1875 German

    Living in 1865; deceased by 1876; naturalized in 1857. EMC, VPR 34 (2001), 354-355.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Haas, James D. (male) German

    Teacher in Glasgow; translated works by Pichler, Zschokke, Kohlrausch, others; active 1820s – 1850s. See BL: James D. Haas.

    Hueffer, Francis (male) 05/22/1845 - 01/19/1889 German University of Gottingen

    Writer and journalist on music; from 1878 music critic for the Times; translated the correspondence of Richard Wagner and Franz Liszt to English; editor of the Musical World.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Julius, Nikolaus Heinrich (male) 10/03/1773 - 08/20/1862 German University of Heidelberg

    Physician and prison reformer; reformed the prison system in Prussia and worked as a writer. See

    Michelsen, Dr. Edward (male) 1795 - 06/24/1870 German

    Originally named Michalowitz; see RLF # 888; born in Dresden; lived in USA and England; wrote The Ottoman Empire and its Resources (1853), England Since the Accession of Queen Victoria (1854) and other works of history. See Boase VI: 203-4.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

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