Author:Anne Sarah Bushby

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Anne Sarah Bushby
(c. 1798 – 1872)
Historian, poet and translator, born Anne Sarah Stedman

Works[edit]

as author[edit]

  • A survey of Danish literature - Published in The New Monthly Magazine. May 1852.
  • Poems (1876) Google Books
  • "The Pilgrim Rock, Ilfracombe, North Devon" in The New Monthly Magazine 96 p. 228 (1852)
  • "On the Death of the Duke of Wellington" in The New Monthly Magazine 96 p. 263 (1852)
  • "Easter Morning. A Dream" in The New Monthly Magazine 97 p. 467 (1853)
  • "The Orphan of the Wreck" in The New Monthly Magazine 100 p. 360 (1854)
  • "The Ancient Bride's Lament" in The New Monthly Magazine 101 p. 367 (1854)
  • "Sunset Sketches" in The New Monthly Magazine 102 p. 362 (1854)
  • "The Haunted Ship in The New Monthly Magazine 110 p. 214 (1857)
  • "The Improvvisatrice" in The New Monthly Magazine 113 p. 481 (1858)
  • "The Spectre's Visit" in The New Monthly Magazine 115 p. 100 (1859)
  • "Craig Luce Castle" in The New Monthly Magazine 115 (1859
  • "The Middle Home" in The New Monthly Magazine 116 (1859)
  • "The Planter's Daughter" in The New Monthly Magazine 117 (1859)
  • "The Night before the Duel" in The New Monthly Magazine 118 (1860)
  • "The Belles of the Island" in The New Monthly Magazine 118–120 (1860)
  • "The Curse of Wolfheimberg" in The New Monthly Magazine 121 (1861)
  • "Why is She an Old Maid?" in The New Monthly Magazine 122 (1861)
  • "Legends of the Black Forest and its Vicinity" in The New Monthly Magazine 143 (1868)

as translator[edit]

  • (anon.) "The Messenger" by Bernhard in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine 18, 19 p. 653 (1851–2)
  • "Agnete of Holme Vale" by Baggesen in The New Monthly Magazine 92, p. 285 (1851)
  • "Dossileren—The Death Ship" by Ingemann in The New Monthly Magazine 92 p. 491 (1851)
  • "The Man from Paradise" by Andersen (1852) in The New Monthly Magazine 94 p. 485 (1852)
  • "The Ancestress; or, Family Pride" in by Knorring The New Monthly Magazine 96 p. 58 (1852)
  • "Esben" by Blicher in The New Monthly Magazine 96 p. 275 (1852)
  • "Morten Lange. A Christmas Story" by Andersen in The New Monthly Magazine 96 p. 414 (1852)
  • The Jew of Denmark by Goldschmidt (1852) (IA)
  • "The Frankson's Rueing Day: A Jutland Tale" in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine 19 (1852)
  • "The Pastor of Veilby" by Blicher in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine 19 (1852)
  • "A Christmas Vacation in Jutland" in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine 20 (1853)
  • "Black Mads: A Romance of the Last Century" by Blicher in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine 20 (1853)
  • "Lisette's Castles of the Air" by Holst in The New Monthly Magazine 97 p. 71 (1853)
  • "The South American's Farewell to his Native Land" by Guardia in The New Monthly Magazine 97 p. 221 (1853)
  • "The Aged Rabbi" by Ingemann in The New Monthly Magazine 98 (1853)
  • "The Druid Priestess" by Andersen in The New Monthly Magazine 98 (1853)
  • "The Doomed House" by Ingemann in The New Monthly Magazine 99 (1853)
  • "The Elf-King's Bride" by Andersen in The New Monthly Magazine 99 (1853)
  • "The Felon's Reverie" in The New Monthly Magazine 100 p. 44 (1854)
  • "The Fair Prospect" in The New Monthly Magazine 102 p. 73 (1854)
  • "A Waking Dream" in The New Monthly Magazine 103 p 79 (1855)
  • "Telse Wollersein" by Blicher in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine 22 (1855)
  • "Ahasverus, the Ever-Living Jew" by Andersen in The New Monthly Magazine 103 p. 204 (1855)
  • "Anglomania in Denmark" in The New Monthly Magazine 104 p. 46 (1855)
  • "A Tale of Jutland" by Blicher in The New Monthly Magazine 104 p. 300 (1855)
  • "The Pedlar and his Wares" in The New Monthly Magazine 105 p. 489 (1855)
  • "Cousin Carl" by Bernhard in The New Monthly Magazine 106, 107 (1856)
  • "The Confessional" by Winther in The New Monthly Magazine 107 (1856)
  • "A Swedish Voyage Round the World in the Years 1851, 1852, 1853" by Andersson in The New Monthly Magazine 107–112 (1856–8)
  • To Be, or Not to Be? by Andersen (1857) (IA)
  • "The Banks of the Bièvre" by de Balzac in the New Monthly Magazine 112 (1858)
  • "The Bankrupt" by Bernhard in The New Monthly Magazine 113 p. 289 (1858)
  • "Too Old" by Etlar in The New Monthly Magazine 114 (1858)
  • "The Secret Witness" by Ingemann" in Bentley's Miscellany 43 (1858)
  • "Aunt Francisca" by Bernhard in The New Monthly Magazine 115,116 (1859)
  • The Sand-hills of Jutland by Andersen (1860) (IA)
  • "All Soul's Day" by Ingemann in The New Monthly Magazine 118 (1860)
  • "The Shipwrecked Mariner's Treasure" by Etlar in The New Monthly Magazine 121 (1861)
  • "Damon and Pythias" by Bernhard in The New Monthly Magazine 127 (1863)
  • The Ice Maiden by Andersen (1863) (IA)
  • "Twice Sacrificed" by Etlar in The New Monthly Magazine 129 (1863)
  • In Spain by Andersen (1864) (HathiTrust)
  • "Consolation" by Andersen (1864) in Bentley's Miscellany 55 (1864)
  • "Mésalliance" by Heiberg (1864) in Bentley's Miscellany 55 (1864)
  • The Danes Sketched by Themselves (1864) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3)
  • "Enmity even after Death" by Ingemann in The New Monthly Magazine 138 (1866)
  • "Glory and Misfortune" by de Balzac in The New Monthly Magazine 140, 141 (1867)
  • "The Werewolf" by Andersen in The New Monthly Magazine 141 (1867)
  • "The Ice-Guard" by Oehenschlæger in The New Monthly Magazine 142 (1868)
  • "Janette's Revenge" by Winther in The New Monthly Magazine 142 (1868)
  • "The Hunt for a Publisher" by Heiberg in The New Monthly Magazine 143, 144 (1868–9)
  • "The Olden Times and the New" by Andersen in The New Monthly Magazine 144 (1869)
  • "Old Grethé's Family" by Andersen in The New Monthly Magazine 146 (1870)
  • "What the Thistle lived to See" by Andersen in The New Monthly Magazine 147 (1870)
  • "What One can Hit Upon" by Andersen in The New Monthly Magazine 147 (1870)

Works about Bushby[edit]

  • "Mrs. Bushby: In Memoriam" in The New Monthly Magazine 1 (1872)

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.