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  • Collier's New Encyclopedia Dresden, Battle of 686031Collier's New Encyclopedia — Dresden, Battle of DRESDEN, BATTLE OF, a battle fought in 1813 between
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  • Collier's New Encyclopedia Dresden China 686032Collier's New Encyclopedia — Dresden China DRESDEN CHINA, a delicate, semi-transparent, highly-finished
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica Dresden 13591311922 Encyclopædia Britannica — Dresden DRESDEN, Saxony (see 8.574). — The pop. of Dresden, according to the census
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  • New Student's Reference Work (1914) Dresden 85405The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Dresden Dresden (drĕz' den), one of the largest cities
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  • Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 5 Dresden by Joseph Lins 98846Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 5 DresdenJoseph Lins The capital of the Kingdom
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  • Commentary on the Maya Manuscript in the Royal Public Library of Dresden  (1906)  by Ernst Förstemann, translated by Miss Selma Wesselhoeft & Miss A.
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  • supplement Vandam, Albert Dresden by Lewis Melville 1563519Dictionary of National Biography, 1912 supplement Vandam, Albert DresdenLewis Melville1912
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  • Collier's New Encyclopedia Dresden 686026Collier's New Encyclopedia — Dresden DRESDEN (drez'den), the capital of Saxony, formerly a kingdom, but
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 Dresden 8172671911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 — Dresden DRESDEN, a city of Germany, capital of the kingdom
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  • Ernst Julius, a German sculptor, born in Dresden, March 9, 1811. He studied architecture under Rietschel in Dresden, and under Schwanthaler in Munich, and
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  • musical composer, was born at Leipsic, May 22, 1813.  He was educated at Dresden and Leipsic, and in 1836 was made conductor of the opera at Magdeburg.
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  • Saxony, 4 Nov. 1753; d. Dresden, 3 June 1813. Graduating from the University of Leipzig, he was appointed professor at the Dresden Ritterakademie in 1782
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  • composition under Julius Otto, and the organ under Johann Schneider at Dresden, where he became organist of the Catholic church in 1854 and to the court
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  • then painter of miniatures to the court of the duke. Having been sent to Dresden to perfect himself under the care of Alexander Thiele, he had the good
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  • University library, and in 1814 was appointed secretary to the Royal library of Dresden. The same year he published F. Taubmanns Leben und Verdienste, and in 1819
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  • Jan. 29, 1784 [App. p.692 "Correct date of birth to Jan. 27, 1783."] at Dresden, son of a well-known portrait and landscape painter, first studied music
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  • born at Pulsnitz in Saxony. At an early age he became an art student at Dresden, and subsequently a pupil of Rauch in Berlin. He there gained an art studentship
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  • Geheimnißvolle) was written in 1821 and first published by Hilscher in Dresden in 1822. It was serialized in the journal Merkur between 3 January (Number
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  • ” and his “Dresden by Moonlight;” also the “Haven of Copenhagen,” and the “Schloss of Friedrichsburg,” under the same condition. At Dresden may be seen
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  • A Dresden Lady in Dixie by Kate Chopin 117008A Dresden Lady in DixieKate Chopin MADAME Valtour had been in the sitting- room some time before she
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