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The Improvisatore, or Life in Italy. The Life of Hans Christian Andersen.

Translated by Mary Howitt: The Improvisatore; or, Life in Italy I-II. Richard Bentley, London 1845. 2 vol, 316 + 331 p. Harper & Brothers, New York. 124 p.
Howitt, Mary "The Life of Hans Christian Andersen": I, pp. 1-37. - Baseret på Marmiers biografi, cf. nr. 10969 ndf.).
- Anm.: The Literary Gazette, 1.3.1845 (first, second, third, and fourth notice). The Athenæum, 15.3.1845. The Spectator, 15.3.1845. The Quarterly Review, December 1844, pp. 497-519. Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, April 1845, p 252-57. The Eclectic Review, Aug 1845.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p 428-33)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH XX-E-2, 1954/477, am.: 1954/478, XX-E-13)

'Only a Fiddler' by Hans Christian Andersen.

Translated from the Danish. H.G. Clarke & Co. London. 1845. 208 + 180 p.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/484)

'O.T.' by Hans Christian Andersen.

Translated by Mary Howitt. Harper & Brothers, New York, 1845. 88 p. '

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/485)

Rambles in Italy. The Flower Festival at Gengano[!].

Extracts of "The Improvisatore". The London Journal, 10 May 1845, pp. 173-74.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Notices of New Works.

Benjamin Blake Minor: Southern Literary Messenger, May 1845: p. 328. By Harper & Brothers, New York ... Life in Italy. The Improvisatore. Translated from the Danish of Hans Christian Andersen, by Mary Howitt.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

'Only a Fiddler' and 'O.T.' or, Life in Denmark.

Translated by Mary Howitt. 3 Vol. Richard Bentley. London. 1845. 302, 311, and 312 p. - Anm.: The Literary Gazette, 23. and 30.8.1845. The Spectator, 30.8.1845; The Examiner, 30.8.1845 pp 547-548.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff, p. 76-78, 435-38)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/483, XX-E-7-, XX-E-8, XX-E-9, 1971/634 a-c, 1950/4)

Sketch of the Life of Hans Christian Andersen

Bentley s Miscellany, 20, 1846, pp. 311-14, 1 pl.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p 451)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Wonderful Stories for Children by Hans Christian Andersen.

Tr. Mary Howitt. Wiley and Putnam, New York, 1846. 142 s.
Ek4, Ek5, Ek6, Ek11, Ek12, Ek14, Ek15, Ek16, Ek17, Ek19.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/51)

A Poet's Bazaar.

From the Danish of Hans Christian Andersen, by Charles Beckwith Esq. Richard Bentley, London, 1846. Special print of Andersen's portrait, with signature, E.M. Bærentsen. - Anm.: The Athenæum Nov. 7, and Nov. 14, 1846, Dogulas Jerrold's Weeekly Newspaper, 28.11.1846. The Examiner, 28.11.1846; The Spectator, 10.10.1846.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p. 449-50)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/489, 1950/26 a-c, 1971/638 a-c)

The Mermaid.

From the Danish of H.C. Andersen. By Lady Duff Gordon. With an illustration by J. Leech. Bentley's Miscellany, 1846, pp. 377-90.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

A Danish Story-Book. The Daisy.

Translated by Mr. Charles Boner, the Danish stories of Andersen will, we have no doubt, soon become as familiar to young people in England ... The following is presented as a specimen of these sweetly-written fictions: - "The Daisy". Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.1846, pp. 239-43.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

The Flying Trunk.

The London Journal, and Weekly Record of Literature, Science, and Art. No 83, 1846, pp. 38-39.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

The Ugly Duckling. A Moral Tale.

From the German of Andersen. In a work entitled Danish Fairy Legends, published by Picckering. The London Journal, 1846. pp. 309-11.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

A Danish Story-Book.

Tr. by Charles Boner. With numerous illustrations by the Count Pocci. Joseph Cundall, London, 1846. New York 1848. Reprinted 1857 and 1865.
Ek10, Ek26, Ek27, Ek28, Ek31, Ek34. - Anm.: The Athenæum, 25.7.1846. Champers's Edinburgh Journal, 10.10.1846.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p. 440, 445)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1980/177)

Wonderful Stories for Children. By Hans Christian Anderson, Author of 'The Improvisatore' etc.

Translated from the Danish by Mary Howitt. London, Chapman and Hall. 1846. 127 s. - Anm.: The Literary Gazette, 21 Feb. 1846, and The Athenæum 21.2.1846. Fraser's Magazine, Jan. 1847.
Olé Luckoié (Shut-Eye),
The Daisy
The Naughty Boy
Tommelise
The Rose-Elf,
The Garden of Paradise,
A Night in the Kitchen (fra den flyvende Kuffert)
Little Ida's Flowers,
The Constant Tin Soldier
The Storks.
Ek4, Ek5, Ek6, Ek11, Ek12, Ek14, Ek15, Ek16, Ek17, Ek19.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p. 439, 440, 446)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH XVIII-E-49, 1971/616, 1971/620)

The Little Tin Soldier. The Ugly Duck.

[fuld gengivelse af begge eventyr]. The Dublin University Magazine vol 27, april 1846, pp. 454-56.

Danish Fairy Legends and Tales.

[Tr. by Caroline Peachey.] William Pickering, London. 1846. 197 s. [Heri s. 168-70 "The Real Princess", hvor den ene ært i Peachey's oversættelse bliver til "three little peas on the bedstead".]
Ek3, Ek4, Ek8, Ek9, Ek11, Ek13, Ek15, Ek17, Ek19, Ek20, Ek21, Ek23, Ek24, Ek25.
- Anm.: The Athenæum. 6.6.1846. The Examiner, 4.7.1846: [...] he introduces one of his stories with a remark, that ought to become proverbial: "In China, the Emperor is Chinese"; Littell's Living Age.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p 440, 443)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/50, 1968/58, 1971/629, )

The Nightingale and other Tales by Hans Christian Andersen.

Translated by Charles Boner. With numerous illustrations by the Count Pocci. London, Joseph Cundall, 1846. 174 s. - Anm.: The Athenæum, 25.7.1846.
The Nightingale,
The Buckwheat,
The Fellow-Travller,
The Resolute Leaden Soldier,
The Flying Trunk,
The Garden of Paradise,
The Wild Swans,
The Emperor's New Clothes,
Ole Lucköie
Ek7, Ek9, Ek12, Ek13, Ek15, Ek16, Ek19, Ek21, Ek23.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff s. 440)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH A-1001, 1971/621)

The Ugly Duckling. A Moral Tale.

The Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, &c. 13 June 1846.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Ellise (from the Danish of Andersen.)

[Thumbelina] Sharpe's London Magazine, July 4, 1846, p. 157-59, 184-86.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Herr Andersen.

[In the third volume of his Bazaar the author makes frequent mention of our countryman Mr. W. Francis Ainsworth (then returning from his arduous travels in Toorkistan), as his most intimate companion in the voyage from Constantinople to Vienna; and it occured to us that our friend might remember som interesting particulars of the popular Danish poet, and be kind enough to favour us with them. The annexed is his obliging answer to our application to that effect. Ed. L.G.] Article by Ainsworth. The Literary Gazette, 10.10.1846.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Udgivet 10. oktober 1846
Bibliografi-ID: 15494 – læs mere

The Bronze Hog; a Story.

[Metalsvinet] The Spectator, 10 October 1846. [trykt sammen med anmeldelsen af "A Poet's Bazaar": 15497 ]

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Udgivet 10. oktober 1846
Bibliografi-ID: 16733 – læs mere

Tales from Denmark.

By Hans Christian Andersen. Tr. by Charles Boner. With fifty illustrations by the Count Pocci. London, 1847. [issued dec. 1846].
Ek1, Ek3, Ek4, Ek5, Ek7, Ek8, Ek9, Ek11, Ek12, Ek13, Ek14, Ek15, Ek16, Ek17, Ek19, Ek20, Ek21, Ek22, Ek23, Ek24, Ek25
- Anm.: Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper, 26.12.1846.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p 445)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1971/627)

The Shoes of Fortune and Other Tales.

With four drawings by Otto Specter and other illustrations. [Tr. by Charles Boner.] Chapman and Hall, London, 1847. [issued Dec. 1846] 168 s.
Ek10, Ek26, Ek27, Ek28, Ek29, Ek30, Ek31, Ek32, Ek33, Ek34
- Anm.: Fædrelandet gengiver 23.3.1847 The Athenæums anmeldelse af bogen - fra 9.1.1847. The Examiner, 9.1.1847. The Spectator, 2.1.1847. Fraser's Magazine, Jan. 1847. The English Review, June 1848.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p. 441, 444, 445, 446)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH A-779, A-1002, 1971/628)

The Shoes of Fortune, and other Tales.

By Hans Christian Andersen. With four drawings by Otto Speckter, and other Illustrations, pp. 168. Chapman and Hall. - Anm.: "The Swedish Poet Andersen", The Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences &c. 16 January 1847!

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

From this very interesting Danish author we have received a gratifying letter,

in which he mentions that he is in better health, and occuped in writing a new novel. Anticipating a visit to London next year .. The Literary Gazette, 26.12.1846.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Udgivet 26. december 1846
Bibliografi-ID: 15495 – læs mere

The Ugly Duck and Other Tales.

Tr. by Charles Boner. With numerous ill. by the Count Pocci. Grant and Griffith, London [1847]. 192 s.
Ek1, Ek3, Ek4, Ek5, Ek8, Ek11, Ek14, Ek17, Ek20, Ek22, Ek24, Ek25.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1971/617)

Wonderful Stories for Children.

Wonderful Stories for Children. By Hans Christian Andersen. Author of "The Shoes of Fortune" &c. Translated from the Danish by Mary Howitt. With colored Illustrations. London: Chapman and Hall, 186 Strand. Vizetelly Brothers and Co. Printers and Engravers, Peterborough Court, 135 Fleet Street. New York, 1847. 127 s.
Ek4, Ek5, Ek6, Ek11, Ek12, Ek14, Ek15, Ek16, Ek17, Ek19

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH eng: 1954/56)

Howitt's Journal of Literature and Popular Progress. 1847.

P. 8: The Boots [Chapter XIII of part II of "A Poet's Bazaar"]
P. 88: Two Scenes of the Danube,
P. 162: Pegasus and the Post Horses, A Dialogue [Extract of "A Poet's Bazaar"]
p. 170: A Brief Memoir of Jenny Lind (with quotation from letter Brev).
p. 171-73: The Red Shoes.
P. 200: A Scene on the Danube. The Swineherds
p. 220: Lille Viggo (poem)
P 259: The Soldier (poem)
P 352-56: [autobiography] Memoir of Hans Christian Andersen.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/499)

The True Story of My Life. A Sketch by Hans Christian Andersen.

Translated by Mary Howitt. Brown Green & Longmans, London, 1847. James Munro & Co. Boston, 1847. 298 p. - Anm.: The Literary Gazette, (3 whole pages) 17.7.1847. The Examiner, 24. July 1847; The Spectator, 17.7.1847; The Eclectic Review, pp. 342-54; The United States Democratic Review,Volume 21, Issue 114, December 1847, pp. 525-37.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff 451)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH eng: 1980/925, I-11,am: 1954/494, 1950/6)

The Improvisatore, or Life in Italy.

From the Danish of Hans Christian Andersen. Translated by Mary Howitt. Richard Bentley, London, 1847. 340 p.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1980/1146)

Only a Fiddler, and O.T. or Life in Denmark.

By Hans Christian Andersen. Translated by Mary Howitt. Vol. I-III. Richard Bentley, London, 1847.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1980/935 a-c)

The True Story of My Life. A Sketch by Hans Christian Andersen.

Frontispice by Dalziel: Early Life. Translated by Mary Howitt. George Routledge & Co. London. [Oct.] 1847. 298 p. - Anm.: The Spectator, 17 July 1847, pp. 689-90

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1980/924)

The Little Match Girl. A Christmas Story.

by Hans Christian Andersen. Translated by Charles Beckwith. Bentley's Miscellany, 1847, pp.. 105-06.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

The Neighbouring Families.

by Hans Christian Andersen. Translated from the Danish by C. Beckwith. Bentley's Miscellany, 1847, pp. 293-98.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

A Sketch by Hans Christian Andersen.

"I passed over Lüneburg Heath," said the moon. ( = 15th evening of Picture-Book Without Pictures). General Advertiser and Monthly Miscellany, April 1847.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

A Picture-Book without Pictures.

From the German translation of De la Motte Fouque, by Meta Taylor. Williams & Norgate, David Bogue, London, 1847. 88 p.
- Anm.: The Athenæum 13.2.1847 p. 171-72, and 12.6.1847. The Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences &c, 8 May, 1847.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p. 441, 453-54!)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH XVIII-E-22, 1954/52, 1971/624)

It is stated that the Danish poet Andersen - who has been amongst us for some weeks past, and is now on a visit to Scotland - has received an invitation for Osborne House -

now transferred, in consequence of the movements of both parties, to the royal residence in the Highlands. ... The Athenaeum, no 1034, p. 889, August 21, 1847.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Udgivet 21. august 1847
Bibliografi-ID: 15491 – læs mere

Works of Hans Christian Andersen.

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine , 62, 1847, pp 387-407 (ie no. 384, Oct. 1847). "Works of Hans Christian Andersen". Reprint in: Littell's Living Age, January 1848, pp. 1-16.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Skjerk)

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p 454-58)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/500, 1980/2660, Littell's: 1954/501)

Tales for the Young.

A new translation. James Burns, London, 1847. 230 s.
Ek5, Ek13, Ek15, Ek16, Ek18, Ek20, Ek21, Ek22, Ek23, Ek24, Ek25, Ek26, Ek28, Ek30, Ek32, Ek37.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH A-162, 1971/622)

The Old House

A Christmas Greeting to my English Friends

A Christmas Greeting to my English Friends, Richard Bentley, London, december 1847. 100 s. Oversat af Charles Beckwith Lohmeyer.
Indeholdt eventyrene "The Old House" ("Det gamle Huus"), "The Drop of Water" ("Vanddraaben"), "The Happy Family" ("Den lykkelige Familie"), "The Story of a Mother" ("Historien om en Moder"), "The False Collar" ("Flipperne"), "The Shadow" ("Skyggen") og "The Old Street Lamp" ("Den gamle Gadeløgte").
Ek40, Ek43, Ek44, Ek45, Ek46, Ek47, Ek48
De fem førstnævnte af disse 7 eventyr var førsteudgivelser, kun "The Shadow" og "The Old Street Lamp" var tidligere udgivet på dansk. De fem førsteudgivelser udkom for første gang på dansk 4. marts 1848 i Nye Eventyr. Andet Bind. Anden Samling. - Anm.: The Athenæum, 8.1.1848; The Literary Gazette and Journal of the Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, &c, 8 January 1848.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p 442)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/53, 1971/623, 1972/22)

The Drop of Water

The Happy Family

The Story of a Mother

The False Collar

The Dream of Little Tuk and Other Tales.

Tr. by Charles Boner. With four illustrations drawn by Count Pocci, of Munich. Grant and Griffith, London, 1848. [issued Dec. 1847] — Another edition, Boston & Cambridge, 1848. 115 s.
Ek6, Ek36, Ek37, Ek40, Ek41, Ek42, Ek43
- Anm.: The Athenæum, 11.12.1847. The Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences &c, 11 December 1847.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p 441-2)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH A-334, 1971/631)

Rambles in the Hartz Mountains

Rambles in the Romantic Regions of the Hartz Mountains, Saxon Switzerland, &c. by H. C. Andersen. From the Danish, with the author's sanction, by Charles Beckwith [Lohmeyer]. Richard Bentley, London 1848. 312 p. - Anm.: The Spectator, 19.1.1848, pp. 182-83; The Examiner, 19.2.1848; The Athenæum, no. 1063, pp. 265-66, 1848.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1971/637, XX-E-1, 1954/490)

The Ugly Duck, and other tales.

Tr. by Charles Boner. With numerous ill. by the Count Pocci. London 1848.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

A Danish Story-Book.

Tr. by Charles Boner. With numerous illustrations by the Count Pocci. C.S. Francis & Co, New York and Boston, 1848. 187 s.
Ek10, Ek26, Ek27, Ek28, Ek31, Ek34.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/55)

Stories for Children. Ole Lukoie, The Daisy, and The Naughty Boy.

Tr. from the Danish by Mary Howitt. London [1848].

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

The Moon's Histories.

With an illustration by John Absolon. London, 1848. [Chapter IV and X are translated from "Billedbog uden Billeder".]

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

A Picture-Book without Pictures, and Other Stories. From the Danish of Hans Christian Andersen.

Tr. by Mary Howitt. With a memoir of the author. C.S. Francis & Co, New York and Boston, 1848. — 175 s.
Biografi, Bub,30 Aftener, Ek3, Ek9, Ek20, En Digters Bazar.
My Boots (=kap XIII i afsnit 2 af En Digters Bazar)
Scenes on the Danube To-day is Sunday (= kap. VII i afsnittet Donaufart i En Digters Bazar)
At Drencova (= slutningen af kap VIII - do- )
The Swineherds ( = kap XI af -do-)
Pegasus and the Post-Horses (= kap XVIII -do-

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/54, XVIII-E-55, 1950/5)

Tales from Denmark.

Tr. by Charles Boner. Illustrations by the Count Pocci. Grant and Griffith, London, 1848. 2 hefter i eet bd.
Ek1, Ek3, Ek4, Ek5, Ek7, Ek8, Ek9, Ek11, Ek12, Ek13, Ek14, Ek15, Ek16, Ek17, Ek19, Ek20, Ek21, Ek22, Ek23, Ek24, Ek25

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH A-1003)

Christmas Roses and New Year's Gift.

A Present for Young People. Indeholder 4 HCA-eventyr: "Ole Lukøie", "Engelen", "Lille Idas Blomster" og "Nattergalen". 180 s. Phillip, Sampson & Co., Boston 1848.
Oversætter ikke angivet, men identificeret som Charles Boner.
Ek4, Ek19, Ek22, Ek23

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/60)

The Shoes of Fortune and Other Tales.

With four drawings by Otto Speckter and other illustrations. [Tr. by Charles Boner.] John Wiley, New York, 1848. 206 s. - Anm.: The Literary World, p. 269, New York, 6.5.1848.
Ek10, Ek26, Ek27, Ek28, Ek29, Ek30, Ek31, Ek32, Ek33, Ek34.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/57, 1971/619, anm.: 1954/504)

The Moon's History.

Illustreret af John Absolon. Kapitlerne 4 og 10 er anonyme oversættelser fra "Billedbog uden Billeder". Joseph Cundall, London, 1848. 217 s.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/59)

The Moon's Stories.

The Moon's Peep into Rome, p. 22, The Moons Peep into the Throne Room of the Tuileries, p. 76. Joseph Cundall. London. 1848.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH A-796)

The Dane, and his King

A Patriotic Song for Denmark .... from the Danish of Andersen. [bfn 67, Alt reiser Vintr'en sit hvide Telt]. Bentley's Miscellany, 24, 1848, p. 581.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

The Childhood and Youth of Hans Christian Andersen

from "The True Story of my Life". Sharpe's London Magazine, Jan. 1848.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

The Childhood and Youth of Hans Christian Andersen.

Eclectic Magazine, vol. 13, 1848, March, pp. 410-15.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/503)

The Ugly Duckling.

If our information be correct, we know nothing in this country of Danish literature [...] But the translation we now offer to our readers [...] is a curiosity in itself; being the production of a young Danish lady, Zona Groos [...] Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, June 10, 1848.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

The two Baronesses

Romanen De to Baronesser udkom først på engelsk hos Richard Bentley i London, oversat af Charles Beckwith Lohmeyer, under titlen "The two Baronesses". Det var en betingelse fra udenlandske forlæggere, at den (og andre værker) ikke blev udgivet på dansk først, fordi det i så fald ville stå enhver frit for at oversætte og udgive den. - Anm.: The Spectator,The Literary Gazette,, The Athenæum 7.10.1848. The Weekly Dispatch, 8.10.1848. Douglas Jerrold's Weekly Newspaper, 14.10.1848; The Britannia, 14.10; W. Harrison Ainsworth, The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist Nov. 1848. The Sunday Times, 12.11.1848. The Times, 26.12.1848.
Blätter für literarische Unterhaltung, No. 341, Mittwoch, 6. dec. 1848.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p 460-67)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/487, 1971/635)

Udgivet 28. september 1848
Bibliografi-ID: 5697 – læs mere

The Two Baronesses. A Romance by Hans Christian Andersen.

Richard Bentley, London, 1848. 291 + 310 p. - Anm.: The Britannia, October 14, 1848.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1980/1149)

Quaint Stories for Children.

gives a comparison of a book of German childrens' stories with those of H.C. Andersen, and suggesting that possibly Andersen might be the author of them. The Literary World, p. 747, New York, Oct. 21st, 1848.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/504)

Udgivet 21. oktober 1848
Bibliografi-ID: 16337 – læs mere

Hans Andersen's Story-Book.

With a memoir by Mary Howitt, and illustrations. C.S. Francis & Co, New York and Boston, 1849. — Another edition, 1857. 3 dele. Hans Andersen´s Story Book: with A Memoir by Mary Howitt, and Illustrations. New York: C.S.Francis & Co., 252 Broadway. Boston: J.H.Francis, 128 Washington Street. 1849.
Oversætter ikke angivet, men BuB, EdB er oversat af Mary Howitt.
Caroline Peachey har oversat ek3, ek9, ek20.
Charles Boner: ek6, ek10, ek26, ek27, ek28, ek30, ek31, ek34, ek36, ek37, ek41, ek42
Charles Beckwith: ek40, ek43, ek44, ek45, ek46, ek47, ek48
"A Picture-Book without Pictures" indeholder kun 30 aftener. 11. 32. Og 33. aften mangler.
Afsnit fra "En digters Bazar":
"My Boots" = Afsnit.XIII, "Italien"
"Scenes on the Danube": "Today is Sunday" = Afsnit VII, "Donau-fart"
"At Drencova" = Slutningen af afsnit VIII, "Donau-fart"
"The Swineherds" = Afsnit XI, "Donau-fart"
"Pegasus and the Post-Horses" = Afsnit XVIII, "Italien"
- Anm. The Literary World,p. 873, New York, December 2, 1848.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH XVIII-E-16, anm.: 1954/504)

Tales from Denmark.

By Hans Christian Andersen. Tr. by Charles Boner. With fifty illustrations by the Count Pocci. Second edition [illustrated]. London: Grant and Griffith, Successors to Newberry and Harris, corner of St.Paul´s Churchyard. MDCCCXLIX. Printed by S. & J. Bentley, Wilson, and Fley, Bangor House, Shoe Lane, 1849. 174 s.
Ek1, Ek3, Ek4, Ek5, Ek7, Ek8, Ek9, Ek11, Ek12, Ek13, Ek14, Ek15, Ek16, Ek17, Ek19, 20, Ek21, Ek22, Ek23, Ek24, Ek25

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff 1954/62, 1971/630)

Wonderful Stories for Children by Hans Christian Anderson [!].

Author of "The Improvisatore," etc. Illustr: S. Smith. Translated from the Danish by Mary Howitt. New York: John Wiley, 161 Broadway, And 13 Paternoster Row, London. 1849. 142 p.
Ek4, Ek5, Ek6, Ek11, Ek12, Ek14, Ek15, Ek16, Ek17, Ek19.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/61)

The Swedes in Funen in The Summer of 1848.

By Hans Christian Andersen. Bentley's Miscellany, 25, 1849, pp. 190-91.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Albert Thorvaldsen; A Biographical Sketch,

by H.C. Andersen. Translated, at the author's request by C. Beckwith. Bentley's Miscellany, 22, 1849 pp. 417-48 and 574-79. [på dansk: bfn 447

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

A Railway Ride.

A Railway Ride. Eliza Cook's Journal. No. 19, 1849. [From A Poet's Bazaar].

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

A Christmas Greeting.

Thirteen new stories from the Danish of Hans Christian Andersen. New York, 1850. — Another edition, 1858.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

The Story Teller.

Tales from the Danish of Hans Christian Andersen. With illustrations. C.S. Francis & Co, New York Boston, 1850. 160s.
Oversætter ikke angivet, men eventyrene er oversat af C.Boner, og "Little Viggo" (bfn 197) af Mary Howitt.
Ek7, Ek13, Ek16, Ek19, Ek21, Ek22, Ek29, Bfn197

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/63)

Little Ellie and Other Tales.

With illustrations. C.S. Francis & Co. New York, Boston, 1850. 156 s.
Ek1, Ek4, Ek5, Ek11, Ek12, Ek15, Ek18, Ek32, Ek37.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH eng: 1958/94)

A New Book of Stories for the Young

Tr. by Mary Howitt. (ni historier, een af H.C. Andersen: De røde Sko). T.K. Collins Jr., Philadelphia. 1850. 150 s.
ek30

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/65)

Wonderful Tales from Denmark by Hans Christian Andersen.

A New Translation. With Illustrations. New York: C.S. Francis & Co., 252 Broadway. Boston: J.H.Francis, 128 Washington Street. 1850. Printed by Munroe & Francis, Boston. 476 s
Oversætter ikke angivet, men eventyrene er oversat af Charles Boner. "The Dying Child" (bfn13) og "Little Viggo" (bfn197) er oversat af Mary Howitt.
Ek1, Ek4, Ek5, Ek7, Ek8, Ek11, Ek12, Ek13, Ek14, Ek15, Ek16, Ek17, Ek18, Ek19, Ek21, Ek22, Ek23, Ek24, Ek25, Ek29, Ek32, Ek33, Ek37, Bfn13, Bfn197

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/64)

Wonderful Tales From Denmark. By Hans Christian Andersen.

The Shoes of Fortune and Other Tales.

by Hans Christian Andersen. With four Drawings by Otto Speckter, and other Illustrations. John Wiley, New York, 1850. 206 s.
Ek10, Ek26, Ek27, Ek28, Ek29, Ek30, Ek31, Ek32, Ek33, Ek34.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/66)

Pictures of Sweden.

Translated by Charles Beckwith Lohmeyer. Richard Bentley, London, 1851. 324 p. - Anm.: The Literary Gazette, 10.5.1851; The Spectator 17 May 1851; The Parlour Magazine of the Literature of all Nations, 1851, pp. 344-51, Extracts of Andersen's biography and chapters from "In Sweden": Kinnakulla, Vadstene, Stockholm, Sala, Grandmother. - Anm.: The Athenæum May 31, 1851.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p 468)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH XX-E-3, 1954/491, 1971/639)

Lines [= Aftendaemring]. From the Swedish [sic] of Hans Christian Andersen.

Poetry of all nations, p. 419. Parlour Magazine of the Literature of all Nations, 1851.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

A Midsummer's Festival in Sweden.

[Extract from "In Sweden"] The London Journal, vol. XIII, No. 331. London, 1851, p. 260.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

The Ugly Duck of H.C. Andersen, versified by G.N.

Illustrated by Charles Harvey Weigall; W N Wright; William Nicol; Wright, London 1851. 50 S.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

The Story of The Ugly Little Duck

illustrated with six drawings by Harrison Weir. Cundall &​ Addey, London, 1851. 24 s.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

Hans Christian Andersen.

William Hurton, Eclectic Magazine, Vol 22, no 3, March 1851, pp. 358-63. Also in Hogg's Instructor vol VI. Edinburgh, 1858. Reprint in Littell's Living Age no 61, Boston 1859.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/505)

Monument and Garden of Linnaeus at Uppsala.

[Extract of "In Sweden"]. The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine,London, October 1851. Pp. 988-89.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

A Voyage from Leith to Lapland; or, Pictures of Scandinavia in 1850.

Hurton, William, A Voyage from Leith to Lapland; or, Pictures of Scandinavia in 1850. 2nd revised ed. Richard Bentley, London 1852. Pp. 89-101 ("Hans Christian Andersen"). - Bogen, hvis 1. udg. udkom i to bind i 1851, har trykt dedikation til HCA. Se også kapitlet "Danish Literature and Literary Men", spec. pp. 45-46.

Hans Andersen's Story-Book.

With a memoir by Mary Howitt, and illustrations. New York, 1852. — Other editions, 1853 and 1857.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

Danish Fairy Legends and Tales.

Danish Fairy Legends and Tales. Second edition, enlarged. With a memoir of the author [by the translator, signed: C. P., i. e. Caroline Peachey.] London, 1852. - Anm.: The Athenæum, 17.1.1842, The Literary Gazette, 7.2.1852.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p 469)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1971/625)

Tales and Fairy Stories.

Tr. by Madame de Chatelain. Illustrated by Henry Warren. G. Routledge & Sons, London, 1852. — 401 s. Another edition, London, 1852. 401 s.
Ek1, Ek2, Ek3, Ek4, Ek5, Ek6, Ek7, Ek8, Ek9, Ek10, Ek11, Ek12, Ek13, Ek14, Ek15, Ek16, Ek17, Ek19, Ek20, Ek21, Ek22, Ek23, Ek24, Ek25, Ek26, Ek27, Ek28, Ek29, Ek30, Ek31, Ek32, Ek33, Ek34, Ek36, Ek37, Ek40, Ek41, Ek42, Ek43, Ek44, Ek45, Ek46, Ek47, Ek48, Ek49.
- Anm.: Dublin University Magazine, jan. 1854.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p 472)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH A-335)

Fairy Tales and Stories.

By Hans Christian Andersen. With a Memoir of the Author. Tr. by Caroline Peachey. London: Richard Butterworth & Co, Devonshire. 327 s
Biografi, Ek1, Ek2, Ek3, Ek4, Ek5, Ek6, Ek7, Ek8, Ek9, Ek10, Ek11, Ek 12, Ek13, Ek14, Ek15, Ek16, Ek17, Ek19, Ek20, Ek22, Ek23, Ek24, Ek25, Ek26, ek27, ek28, ek29, ek30, ek31, ek32, ek33, ek34, ek36, ek37, ek40, ek41, ek42, ek43, ek44, ek45, ek46, ek48, ek49.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1980/656)

The Story of my Life and In Sweden by Hans Christian Andersen.

Routledge's popular library ; v. 52. Translator of The Story of My Life from the German "Das Märchen meines Lebens": Daniels Spillan, d. 1854. Translator of "In Sweden": Kenneth Robert Henderson Mackenzie, 1833-1886. London : George Routledge and Co., 1852. 296 p.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff p. 472)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1980/922)

'Pictures of Sweden' by Hans Christian Andersen.

Richard Bentley,London, Second Edition 1852. 324 p.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/492)

Sixteen Months in the Danish Isles.

Andrew Hamilton. Richard Bentley, London, 1852. Pp. 173-76, mentioning visit to Hans Christian Andersen, and pp. 216, 230, 280 his work. About Hamilton's visit to Copenhagen, seeing Ole Lukøie at Casino.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

The Literature and Romance of Northern Europe.

William and Mary Howitt: A complete history of the literature of Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Iceland. London 1852. Vol I and II. In vol. II, pp. 231-32: Hans Christian Andersen.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH A-547)

The man from Paradise. A comic tale.

Tr. by Mrs. Bushby. The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist. Vol. 94. London, 1852, pp. 485-87.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Pictures of Sweden.

Sharpe's London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction, vol 15, pp. 160-65, 1852.

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Lines (from the Swedish of Hans Christian Andersen).

Lines [= Aftendaemring]. From the Swedish [sic] of Hans Christian Andersen. (In "The Family Friend". Vol. I. New series. London, 1852.)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1980/2683)

The Angel and the Child.

[Engelen]. The Home Companion, Vol II, 61, December 25, 1852.
Reprint in: The Country Gentleman, January 1853.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Udgivet 25. december 1852
Bibliografi-ID: 19164 – læs mere

Hans Andersen's Story-Book.

With a memoir by Mary Howitt, and illustrations. C.S. Francis & Co, New York and Boston, 1853. — Other edition, 1857. Bd. 1: 175 s., bd. 2: 187 s., bd. 3: 165 s.
Oversætter ikke angivet, men Bub og EdB er oversat af Mary Howitt.
Caroline Peachey har oversat ek3, ek9, ek20
Charles Boner: ek6, ek10, ek26, ek27, ek28, ek30, ek31, ek34, ek36, ek37, ek41, ek42
Charles Beckwith: ek40, ek43, ek44, ek45, ek46, ek47, ek48
"A Picture-Book without Pictures" indeholder kun 30 aftener. 11., 32. og 33. Aften mangler.
Afsnit fra "En Digters Bazar":
"My Boots" = Afsnit XIII, "Italien" Bub, Edb, Memoir, Ek3, Ek6, Ek9, Ek10, Ek20, Ek26, Ek27, Ek28, Ek30, Ek31, Ek34, Ek36, Ek37, Ek40, Ek41, Ek42, Ek43, Ek44, Ek45, Ek46, Ek47, Ek48.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH 1954/69)

The Ladder of Laughter.

With illustrations by Henry Warren. [Tr. by Madame de Chatelain.] George Routledge, London, 1853.
Ek1, Ek4, Ek7, Ek10, Ek13, Ek14, Ek16, Ek23, Ek30, Ek31, Ek32, Ek34, Ek36, Ek37, Ek40, Ek41, Ek42, Ek43, Ek44, Ek45, Ek46, Ek47, Ek48, Ek49

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH A-114)

Wonderful Tales from Denmark by Hans Christian Andersen.

A new translation [Charles Boner] with illustrations. New York, 1853. — Another edition, 1864.
Oversætter ikke angivet, men Charles Boner har oversat alt undtagen "The Dying Child" (bfn13) som er oversat af Mary Howitt.
Ek1, Ek4, Ek5, Ek7, Ek8, Ek11, Ek12, Ek13, Ek14, Ek15, Ek16, Ek17, Ek18, Ek19, Ek21, Ek22, Ek23, Ek24, Ek25, Ek29, Ek32, Ek33, Ek37, Bfn13.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH A-329)

Diamonds Sparks.

Being gems in a simple setting. With illustrations by H. Warren. London, 1853.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

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