German Women in the Nineteenth Century: A Social History

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NOTES
1
These letters are available in three collections: Friedrich Schleier-- machers Briefwechsel mit seiner Braut, ed. by Heinrich Meisner ( 2nd ed.; Gotha, 1920). Aus Schleiermachers Leben, in Briefen, ed. by Ludwig Jonas and Wilhelm Dilthey ( 4 vols.; 2nd ed.; Berlin, 1860). Portions of this last collection have been translated into English: The Life of Schleiermacher, as Unfolded in His Autobiog-- raphy and Letters, trans. by Frederick Rowan 2 vols. ( London, 1860). The author expresses appreciation to Dorothy Jeanne Martin for her excellent and patient assistance in the preparation of this essay.
2
Ernst to Henriette, 17 May 1813, Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 272-73, and Rowan, 2, pp. 230-32. Henriette to Ernst, 29 July 1824, Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 389-90, and Rowan, 2, pp. 290-91.
3
Henriette to Ernst, October 1805, Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 40-41, and Rowan, 2, pp. 39-40.
4
Henriette to Ernst, May 1806, Jonas and Dilthey, 2, p. 59, and Rowan, 2, p. 53.
5
Ernst to Henriette, June 1813, Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 298-99, and Rowan, 2, p. 246.
6
Ehrenfried von Willich, Aus Schleiermachers House ( Berlin, 1909), pp. 2-3.
7
Henriette to Ernst, 7 September 1804, Rowan, 1, pp. 385-86.
8
It is difficult to find an extended letter from Ernst in which he does not speak of at least one of these matters. Particularly interesting is a letter written during their engagement. Ernst to Henriette, 26 January 1809, Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 210-11, and Rowan, 2, pp. 173-74.
9
Ernst to Henriette and Ehrenfried von Willich (her first husband), 17 October 1804, Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 6-8, and Rowan, 2, pp. 5-7.
10
Ernst to Henriette, 19 October 1808, Meisner, pp. 169-71.
11
Henriette to Ernst, 25 November 1804, Meisner, pp. 24-25; Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 12-14; and Rowan, 2, pp. 11-13.
12
See, for example, Henriette to Ernst, 28 April 1807, Meisner, pp. 79-81; Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 93-95; and Rowan, 2, pp. 85-87.
13
Henriette to Ernst, October 1805, Meisner, pp. 53-55; Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 40-41; and Rowan, 2, pp. 39-40. Henriette to Ernst, 21 January 1806, Meisner, pp. 58-60; Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 51-52; and Rowan, 2, pp. 45-- 46. Henriette to Ernst, 28 April 1807, see note 12. Henriette to Ernst, 12 October 1807, Meisner, pp. 86-90; Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 99-100; and Rowan, 2, pp. 91-92. Henriette to Ernst, 15 November 1808, Meisner, pp. 203-4; Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 163-64; and Rowan, 2, pp. 150-52.
14
Henriette to Ernst, 25 November 1804, see note 11.
15
Henriette to Ernst, 1 November 1808, Jonas and Dilthey, 2, p. 156, and Rowan, 2, pp. 144-45.
16
Henriette to Ernst, 17 November 1808, Rowan, 2, pp. 152-54.
17
Ernst to Henriette, 30 August 1817, Jonas and Dilthey, 2, pp. 330-32, and Rowan, 2, pp. 266-68.

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