Austin, Mrs. J. (17931867)

Austin, Mrs. J., (née Sarah Taylor), wife of the preceding, executed translations from the German, “Falk's Characteristics of Goethe” for one; was, like her husband, of the utilitarian school; was introduced to Carlyle when he first went up to London; he wrote to his wife of her, “If I 'swear eternal friendship' with any woman here, it will be with her” (17931867)

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Austin, John * Austin Friars
Au`rungzebe
Auscultation
Auscultator
Ausonia
Ausonius, Decimus Magnus
Austen, Jane
Aus`terlitz
Austin
Austin, Alfred
Austin, John
Austin, Mrs. J.
Austin Friars
Australasia
Australia
Austrasia
Austria
Austrian lip
Auteuil
Authorised Version of the Bible
Autochthons
Auto-da-fé