Another edition and translation of the political writings of the German romantics is that of Hans Reiss, The Political Thought of the German Romantics (Oxford: Blackwell, 1955). In a very short compass Reiss collects writings from all phases of Romanticism, including selections from Fichte, Novalis, Savigny and Mueller.
There is a good translation of all of Schlegel's early published fragments by Peter Firchow: Philosophical Fragments (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1991). The unpublished notebooks have been translated and edited by Hans Eichner, Literary Notebooks, 1797–1801 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1957).
There is an old but complete translation of Schleiermacher's Monologen: Soliloquies, edited and translated by H. L. Friess (Chicago: Open Court, 1926). There is also a new excellent translation of Schleiermacher's Ueber die Religion: On Religion. Speeches to its Cultured Despisers, edited and translated by Richard Crouter (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988).