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    • Archduke Palatine Stephen to the Hungarian Diet, July 8, 1848 

      Archduke Palatine Stephen (Phinney & Co., 1852)
      Archduke Palatine Stephen speaks to the Hungarian Diet about "preserving the integrity of the Hungarian realm" in the face of assaults by "evil-disposed, rebellious agitators" (especially in Croatia). Also speaks of ...
    • Description of the Empress Maria Theresa, 1749 

      Gottsched, Luise (Rittenhouse Press, 1908)
    • 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.
    • Hungarian Declaration of Independence, 1849 

      Unknown author (Phinney & Co., 1852)
    • Interview with Pieter Judson--May 15, 2017 

      Judson, Pieter; Case, Holly (2017-09)
      Interview with Pieter Judson, Professor of 19th and 20th-Century History and Head of the History Department at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. The interview was conducted in Florence on May 15, 2017. ...
    • Letter from an Austrian Officer in Hungary, 1848-1849 

      Baron, W. (E.H. Butler and Company, 1850)
      The letter of an Austrian soldier describing the military frontier and the border soldiers (Grenzer or Granicari) around the Hungarian periphery. Covers the following themes: Military Frontier of Hungary; its Extent and ...
    • Letter on Galician Autonomy, 1868 

      Sapieha, Prince Leon (1877)
      Letter from Prince Leon Sapieha to Count Beust reporting on the passage of a resolution to secure autonomy for Galicia by the The Diet of the kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria and of the Grand Duchy of Cracow.
    • 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
    • "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.
    • The Tears of Poland, 1795 

      Galloway, George (1795)
      Poem of sorrow (nationalist) relating to the second partition of Poland in 1793.