Supplementary Appendices Vol. 2

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♦ Supplementary Appendices Associated with Specific Letters

SupAp 272.1: Wilhelm Schlegel’s review of S. S. Roland, Söder (Göttingen 1797)
SupAp 272.2: F. M. von Brabeck’s enlistment of local craftsman in outfitting Söder Chateau
SupAp 272.3: The character of the “uncle” in Goethe’s novel Wilhelm Meister
SupAp 272.4: Layout and organization of the gallery in Söder Chateau
SupAp 272.5: The cabinet piece attributed to Raphael in the Söder Gallery
SupAp 272.6: The cabinet piece attributed to Correggio in the Söder gallery
SupAp 272.7: The painting St. Catherine seated and reading in Söder Chateau Salon F
SupAp 276.1: Oskar Walzel’s introduction to Caroline’s letter to Goethe on 26 November 1800
SupAp 276.2: Goethe’s ballad Johanna Sebus
SupAp 277a.1: The Popular French Folk Song Marlbrough s’en va-t-en guerre
SupAp 277a.2: Goethe’s Roman Elegies and the French Folk Song Marlbrough s’en va-t-en guerre
SupAp 279.1: Henrik Steffens: New Year’s Eve 1800 in Weimar with Goethe, Schiller, and Schelling
SupAp 279.2: K. A. G. von Seckendorff, “Night Watchman’s Song: Conclusion of the 18th Century”
SupAp 279.3: Wilhelm Schlegel’s Schrovetide Play of 1 January 1801
SupAp 279.4: Anonymous Dedicatory Poem to Schelling
SupAp 280.1: Reviews of J. B. Vermehren’s and Schleiermacher’s books on F. Schlegel’s Lucinde
SupAp 280.2: The Contested Translations of Cervantes: D. W. Soltau, Wilhelm Schlegel, Ludwig Tieck
SupAp 284.1: Goethe, “Love as a Landscape Painter”
SupAp 285.1: Rudolf Haym on the Personal Strife among the Jena Romantics
SupAp 286.1: Boccaccio’s “Guiscardo and Ghismonda” and G. A. Bürger’s “Lenardo und Blandine.”
SupAp 288.1: George Brandes, “Social Endeavors of the Romanticists: Lucinde
SupAp 296.1: Rudolf Haym’s discussion of Chamfort’s influence on Friedrich Schlegel
SupAp 296.2: Schelling’s review of Wilhelm Schlegel’s Ehrenpforte und Triumphbogen 1801
SupAp 296.3: Garlieb Merkel’s remarks on Schelling’s review of the Ehrenpforte und Triumphbogen
SupAp 303.1: Friedrich Schlegel’s public disputation (1801) and lecturing in Jena
SupAp 303.2: Mignon’s obsequies in the Hall of the Past in Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre
SupAp 303a.1: The death of Friedrich von Hardenberg in Weissenfels on 25 March 1801
SupAp 304.1: The military background to the situation of Hannover in the early spring of 1801
SupAp 304.2: Dorothea Veit’s review of F. W. B. von Ramdohr’s Moralische Erzählungen (1799)
SupAp 306.1: The Battle of Copenhagen, April 1801
SupAp 309.1: Wilhelm Schlegel’s quarrel with J. F. Unger and the translation of Shakespeare
SupAp 310.1: The Prussian Occupation of Hannover in 1801
SupAp 312c.1: The Character of Klärchen in Goethe’s Egmont
SupAp 313.1: Ludwig Tieck’s dramaturgical reflections on the play Die Höllenbraut in “Briefe über W. Shakspeare” (1800)
SupAp 313.2: Schiller’s poem “The Diver”
SupAp 314.1: Schiller’s Maria Stuart, act 5, scene 7: Maria Stuart and Melvil
SupAp 314.2: Schiller’s Maria Stuart, act 1, scene 6: Maria Stuart and Mortimer
SupAp 314.3: Schiller’s The Maid of Orleans, act 5, scene 11: Isabel, Johanna, Soldiers
SupAp 314.4: Johann Daniel and Sophie Sander in Weimar
SupAp 317.1: Wilhelm Schlegel’s review of Parny La guerre des dieux anciens et modernes
SupAp 318.1: The witches’ scene in Schiller’s and Shakespeare’s Macbeth, act 1, scene 3
SupAp 319.1: Henrik Steffens’s reception in Bamberg, spring 1801
SupAp 319.2: Wilhelm Schlegel’s amende honorable concerning the translation of Homer by Johann Heinrich Voss (1801)
SupAp 326.1: Wilhelm Schlegel, J. G. Schadow, and F. Tieck: The Berlin Art Exhibition 1802
SupAp 326.2: August von Kotzebue’s Accusation of Forgery against Andreas Röschlaub 1801
SupAp 327d.1: Josef Körner’s Manuscript Discovery in Coppet in August 1929
SupAp 327d.2: Sophie Bernhardi’s Marital Situation ca. 1801
SupAp 328b.1: Wilhelm Schlegel to Fichte on 13 December 1808 concerning the latter’s testimony against Sophie Bernhardi
SupAp 328h.1: Sala Tarone in Berlin ca. 1801
SupAp 329f.1: Goethe and Schiller on Friederike Unzelmann’s Weimar performances 1801
SupAp 329p.1: Negative reaction to Schiller’s Jungfrau von Orleans (1801)
SupAp 330.1: Goethe’s goals for and organization of the Weimar art competitions 1800–1802
SupAp 330.2: Wieland’s, Wilhelm Schlegel’s, and Ludwig Tieck’s assessments of Johann Daniel Falk’s Taschenbuch für Freunde des Scherzes und der Satire 1802
SupAp 334.1: Shakespeare’s Midsummer-Night’s Dream, act iii, scene 2: Hermia and Helena
SupAp 344.1: August von Kotzebue’s play Die deutschen Kleinstädter (1803) and the Romantics
SupAp 348.1: Chapter 3 of Voltaire, Zadig, ou, La destinée, histoire orientale (1747)
SupAp 363.1: The Italian improvisatore Pietro Scotes in Weimar and Gotha
SupAp 366.1: The theater in Lauchstädt
SupAp 367.1: Concerning Schelling’s honorary doctorate from Landshut in 1802
SupAp 373.1: The scandal involving the Weimar art exhibition during the autumn of 1802
SupAp 377c.1: H. E. G. Paulus concerning problems at the university in Jena and dissatisfaction among faculty members in 1803
SupAp 379.1: Hannover in the resumption of war between England and France in the summer of 1803
SupAp 380.1: The Mineral Springs of Cannstatt near Stuttgart
SupAp 380.2: “Madame Unzelmann in Stuttgart,” Der Freimüthige, 4 July 1803
SupAp 380a.1: The Saturday Literary Circle in Stuttgart 1802
SupAp 380a.2: Schelling and Hölderlin’s meeting in Murrhardt in June 1803
SupAp 381d.1: Therese Huber to Schelling’s parents concerning her relationship with Caroline
SupAp 381g.1: Friedrich Wilhelm von Hoven on his and Henriette von Hoven’s initial period in Würzburg
SupAp 383f.1: Adalbert Friedrich Marcus (anonymous), “News from Würzburg” (1804)
SupAp 386.1: The Theater in Würzburg ca. 1804
SupAp 388a.1: The Rumford Coffee Maker
SupAp 390.1: Grimm Brothers, “The Devil With the Three Golden Hairs”
SupAp 391.1: Therese Huber: “Huber’s Final Days,” Zeitung für die elegante Welt (January 1805)
SupAp 391.2: Review of Cotta’s new playing cards, Zeitung für die elegante Welt (January 1805)
SupAp 392.1: Anonymous, “Leonhard Friedrich Huber,” Der Freimüthige (February 1805)
SupAp 392b.1: “Schinderhannes (John the Scorcher).”
SupAp 393b.1: Horst Fuhrmans’s discussion of factors prompting Schelling’s “To the Public” (May 1805)
SupAp 395.1: Duke Emil Leopold August of Saxony-Gotha’s Kyllenion oder ein Jahr in Arkadien (1805)
SupAp 396.1: Missives from the Hamburg Staats- und gelehrte Zeitung: Maximilian flees from Munich to Würzburg August–September 1805
SupAp 399.1: The Sack of Magdeburg in May 1631
SupAp 400a.1: Events surrounding the marriage of Eugène de Beauharnais to Princess Augusta of Bavaria, December–January 1805–6
SupAp 400h.1: The Capuchin’s discourse in Schiller’s Wallenstein’s Camp
SupAp 403.1: Review of F. F. and C. J. Riepenhausen’s Leben und Tod der heiligen Genoveva (1806)
SupAp 405.1: Review of Fichte’s The Nature of the Scholar (1806) in the Jenaische Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung
SupAp 405.2: Review of Richard Chenevix, Kritische Bemerkungen, Gegenstände der Naturlehre betreffend (1805) in the Jenaische Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung
SupAp 406.1: Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi’s half-sisters, Helene and Charlotte Jacobi
SupAp 407.1: The Royal Gardens in Würzburg
SupAp 407.2: Bonaventura Andres’s Prologue at the joyful arrival of His Royal Highness, Archduke Ferdinand, Prince Elector of Würzburg (May 1806)
SupAp 407.3: Ferdinand III’s processional through Würzburg (4 May 1806)
SupAp 408.1: The transfer of the Düsseldorf art gallery to Munich in January 1806
SupAp 417g.1: Weimar, Charlotte Schiller and Goethe following the battle of Jena, October 1806
SupAp 417j.1: Henrik Steffens on the French siege of Halle, 17 October 1806, and the closing of the university
SupAp 419.1: The “Museum” reading society in Munich
SupAp 420.1: Caroline’s remarks on St. John the Baptist in the Wilderness and The Ascension of Mary; related: the Sistine Madonna (1807)
SupAp 425.1: The official uniforms of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities 1807
SupAp 427.1: Henrik Steffens and Karl Friedrich von Rumohr in Krempelsdorf (winter 1807–8)
SupAp 428.1: Germaine de Staël, “Of the [German] Women” (1813)
SupAp 431.1: Friedrich Jacobs’s uneasiness and homesickness in Munich (November 1807)
SupAp 432a.1: Henry Wood, “Goethe’s [dramatic fragment] ‘Elpenor'”
SupAp 433.1: André-Jacques Garnerin’s Balloon Flight over Munich (June 1808)
SupAp 433.2: Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont’s “Prince Tity” (1756)
SupAp 435.1: The Kingdom (Circle) of Bohemia
SupAp 435.2: The council of the Greeks before Troy, from The Iliad of Homer, book 10
SupAp 435.3: Georg Heinrich Karl Wiebeking and the Elbe-Weser Canal (1808)
SupAp 435a.1: Johann Diederich Gries’s journey to Switzerland and Italy during the summer of 1808
SupAp 436.1: Napoleon in Erfurt 1808: the experiences of Johanna Schopenhauer and Goethe
SupAp 436.2: Synopsis of Torquato Tasso’s Aminta
SupAp 440.1: Goethe’s novella “The Witless Wanderer” (1809)
SupAp 440.2: Madame de Staël (1813) on Zacharias Werner, Attila (1808)
SupAp 440.3: Sophie Bernhardi’s account of her husband’s police action in Munich to gain custody of her children
SupAp 442.2: Gottfried August Bürger’s “Song of the Brave Man”
SupAp 443.1: Johann Heinrich Sternberg, Andreas Emmerich, and the Marburg insurrection (June 1809)

♦ Medicine

SupAp Quinine
SupAp The Understanding of Elephantiasis, ca. 1800
SupAp The Understanding of Gout, ca. 1800
SupAp Inflammation of the Throat, ca. 1807
SupAp William Buchan, “Of the Bleeding,” ca. 1808
SupAp The Understanding of Rötheln, ca. 1810

♦ Supplementary Appendices Associated with Publications

Wilhelm Schlegel’s satire Ehrenpforte und Triumphbogen für den Theater-Präsidenten von Kotzebue (1801)
August von Kotzebue’s caricature “The Most Recent Aesthetics” (July 1803)
Heinrich Beck’s dramatic satire Das Kamäleon and the Romantics (1800, 1803)
Wilhelm Schlegel’s romanze “Fortunat” (1802)
Wilhelm Schlegel’s 1802 tale of the eternally wandering Jew: “Die Warnung. Romanze” (1802)
Fichte’s satire The Life and Singular Opinions of Friedrich Nicolai (1801)
The anonymous satire Gigantomachia (1801) and the Romantics
Rudolf Haym’s account of the Romantics and the Erlanger Litteratur-Zeitung
Caroline’s and Schelling’s translations from Petrarch
Rudolf Haym’s introduction to Wilhelm Schlegel’s Berlin Lectures 1801–4
Reactions to Wilhelm Schlegel’s Ion (1802)
Reactions to Friedrich Schlegel’s Alarcos (1802)
Franz Berg’s Encomium for the Most Recent Philosophy (1802)
Review of Encomium for the Most Recent Philosophy in the Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung (1802)
K. A. Böttiger and Caroline’s fictitious remarks in the Kritisches Journal der Philosophie (1803)

♦ Schelling

SupAp 296.2: Schelling’s review of Wilhelm Schlegel’s Ehrenpforte und Triumphbogen 1801
Schelling and the Bamberg Theses 1802
Schelling’s “The Comportment of Obscurantism contra the Philosophy of Nature” (1802)
Caroline and Schelling’s residence in Würzburg 1803–6
Kuno Fischer on Catholic opposition to Schelling in Bavaria 1803–6
Caroline and Schelling’s interest in Francesco Campetti (1807–8)
Schelling at the Lectern and in Society
Caroline and Schelling’s Munich Residence at Karlsthor 7
See also note 12 in letter 435 concerning Caroline and Schelling’s final residence in Munich

♦ Munich Art Gallery

The Munich art gallery at the Royal Gardens arcade

♦ Supplementary Appendices Associated with the Dramatis Personae

Rudolf Köpfke’s discussion of the relationship between F. H. Bothe and Ludwig Tieck
Wilhelm Schlegel’s residences in Berlin 1801–4
Franz Xaver von Wegele: “A Ladies’ War at the University of Würzburg” (1885)
Ludwig Tieck’s talent for reading aloud
Clemens Brentano and Auguste Busmann

♦ Military and Geopolitical Developments

The Principal Conclusion of the Extraordinary Imperial Delegation (1803)
Third Coalition, Treaty of Pressburg, August-December 1805
The Battles of Jena and Auerstedt, 14 October 1806
Hesse-Cassel after the battles of Jena and Auerstedt
The Flight of Generals Blücher and Hohenlohe, autumn 1806
Johanna Frommann’s experiences in Jena, October 1806
Friedrich Müller’s odyssey on behalf of Duke Karl August, autumn 1806
The War of 1809

♦ Maulbronn

Caroline’s gravesite in Maulbronn
The commemorative program in Maulbronn (2009)