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Albert Pálffy (1820–1897)

Pálffy, Albert (päl’fē). A Hungarian novelist and publicist; born at Gyula, 1820; died on Dec. 23, 1897. In the year of revolutions, 1848, he started a daily journal, The Fifteenth of March, which had a powerful influence in inciting the Hungarian people to insurrection. He was incarcerated for several months after the suppression of the rebellion, and then resumed his labors as a novelist. His principal stories are: ‘The Hungarian Millionaire’ (1845); ‘The Black Book’ (1846); ‘Stories Left Behind by a Refugee’ (1850); ‘Mother and Countess’ (1886); ‘Last Years of Old Hungary’ (1890).