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    • Austrian Constitution of 1867: Fundamental Law Concerning the General Rights of Citizens 

      Unknown author (The University of Chicago Press, 1909)
    • Description of the Empress Maria Theresa, 1749 

      Gottsched, Luise (Rittenhouse Press, 1908)
    • The Division of Poland, 1772, 1793, 1795 

      Frederick II of Prussia; Maria Theresa of Austria; Catherine II of Russia (Rodolphe Decker, Ginn and Co., Yale University Press, 1906)
      Selections from the writings of Frederick II of Prussia, Maria Theresa of Austria and Catherine II of Russia regarding the partitions of Poland
    • Four Weeks in the Trenches, 1915 

      Kreisler, Fritz (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1915)
      Memoir of Austrian violinist Fritz Kreisler covering the four weeks he spent as an Austrian soldier fighting the Russians on the Eastern front during WWI.
    • A Glance at Warsaw, 1859 

      Taylor, Bayard (G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1859)
      Taylor relates scenes from his travels to Cracow and Warsaw in the mid 19th century.
    • International Remedy for Depreciated Currencies, 1921 

      Rasin, Alois (1921)
      Czech statesman Rasin discusses the means by which to create a viable Czechoslovak economy in the wake of the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.
    • Metternich on Opposition in the Pressburg Diet 

      Metternich, Prince Richard (Charles Scribner's Sons, 1880)
      Prince Metternich reports on his correspondence with Hungarian Count Szechenyi regarding opposition to imperial policy in the Hungarian Diet.
    • Of the Necessity of a Censorship of the Press, 1808 

      Metternich, Prince Richard (Charles Scribner's Sons, 1880)
      Metternich argues to Count Stadion that, in order to effectively thwart revolutionary activity, the government must censor the press (1808).
    • On the Vienna Congress, 1815 

      Metternich, Prince Richard (Howard Fertig, 1970)
      Events of the Congress of Vienna, 1815. Includes: 192. Memoir by Frederick von Gentz, February 12, 1815. 193. Metternich to Hardenberg, Vienna, December 10, 1814. 194. Talleyrand to Metternich, Vienna, December 12, 1814.
    • Prince Metternich on the Death of Emperor Francis, 1835 

      Metternich, Prince Richard (Charles Scribner's Sons, 1880)
      In a correspondence with the Russian imperial court in St. Petersburg, Prince Metternich reports the death of Austrian Emperor Francis (1935). There is also a short reply from Czar Nicholas.
    • Proclamation of Ferdinand to Jellachich and the Croats, June 1848 

      Ferdinand I, Emperor of Austria (Phinney & Co., 1852)
      Austrian (Habsburg) Emperor Ferdinand I's reprimand of Croatian Ban Jelacic (Jellachich) and his supporters for attempting separation from the Hungarian crown
    • The Renewal of the Carlsbad Decrees, 1824 

      Metternich, Prince Richard (Charles Scribner's Sons, 1880)
      Prince Metternich's 1824 correspondence with various individuals regarding the renewal of the Carlsbad Decrees originally implemented in the German states in 1819 to thwart revolutionary activity.
    • "Retrospect and Prospect," Speech given in Utica, NY, 1852 

      Kossuth, Lajos (C. S. Francis, 1854)
      Hungary's former revolutionary leader, Lajos Kossuth, bemoans the fate of Hungary's crushed revolution of 1848-1849 and expresses bitterness that the US did not come to Hungary's aid then.
    • Speech at the Pittsburgh Banquet, 1852 

      Kossuth, Lajos (Common Council of the City of New York, 1852)
      Lajos Kossuth was the leader of the 1848 revolution in Hungary, which was defeated with the help of imperial Russia in 1849. His speech outlines the goals of the Hungarian nationalist cause to an American audience in 1852, ...
    • Stirring Times in Austria, 1898 

      Twain, Mark; Clemens, Samuel (1898)
      Mark Twain spent two years (1897-1899) traveling in Central Europe, staying mostly in Vienna. While there, he reported on the famous sittings of the Austrian House in 1897 during which the conservative government sought ...
    • A Voyage Down the Danube, 1836 

      Quin, Michael J. (Richard Bentley/ Twayne, 1836)