He became a guest professor of literature at the University of Leipzig in Germany in 2008.
In 1841 he became secretary of embassy at Lisbon, and in 1844 Austrian consul-general at Leipzig.
Dresden we thoroughly explored, and were at Leipzig during the great annual fair.
"Papyrus Ebers," his chief work, which is in the University of Leipzig.
The Leipzig, itself, like the Schwaben, is a hawk's nest or eyrie.
While here in Leipzig there were many who understood it too.
He thinks we should have good audiences at Leipzig, and so on.
But although the two musicians did not meet at Marienbad, they saw each other at Leipzig.
He was so much charmed with it that he sent it to Mendelssohn at Leipzig.
A less splendid but not less truthful or pleasing testimonial had lately reached him from Leipzig.
City in east-central Germany; a manufacturing, commercial, and transportation hub.
Note: Since the Reformation, Leipzig has been a leading cultural center of Germany, home to philosophical, literary, and musical giants, such as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Friedrich von Schiller, Johann Sebastian Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, Robert Schumann, and Richard Wagner.
Note: Leipzig was the capital of Germany's book and music publishing industries until the city was badly damaged in World War II.