A Study in Austrian Intellectual History: From Late Baroque to Romanticism

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I. Emperor Leopold I42
II. Johann Bernhard Fischer yon Erlach43
Engraved by A. Delsenbach
III. Abraham a Sancta Clara74
IV. Domestic Servant, Schoolmaster75
Engraved by Christoph Weigel for the works of Abraham a Sancta Clara
V. Christian Soldier, Jannissar138
Engraved by Christoph Weigel for the works of Abraham a Sancta Clarah
VI. Emperor Charles VI139
Engraved by Jakob Schmutzer, after a portrait by M. van Meytens
VII. Empress Maria Theresa170
Engraved by Jakob Schmutzer,
after a portrait by J. Ducreux
VIII. Joseph yon Sonnenfels171
Engraved after a portrait by J. B. von Lampi
IX. Gerhard van Swieten202
X. Wenzel Anton, Prince Kaunitz-Rietberg203
Engraved by Jakob Schmutzer
XI. Christoph, Cardinal Archbishop Count Migazzi234
XII. Emperor Joseph II235
Engraved by J. P. Pichler and Devrient,
after a portrait by H. Füger
XIII. Emperor Francis I (II)266
Engraved by J. P. Pichler and Devrient
XIV. Clemens Lothar, Prince Metternich-Winneburg267
Engraved by Lieder
XV. Friedrich von Gentz298
Engraved by Lieder
XVI. Adam Heinrich Müller299
Engraved after a portrait by G. von Kügelgen

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