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Adam Naruszewicz (1733–1796)

Naruszewicz, Adam Stanislas (nä-rös’ė-vich). A Polish historian and poet; born in Lithuania, 1733; died in 1796. He entered the Jesuit order and became a bishop, devoting his leisure to literature. His masterpiece is a ‘History of the Polish People’ (new ed. 10 vols., 1836). His idyls and satires are the best of his poetic pieces. He made a good Polish version of Tacitus.