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Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz (1758–1841)

Niemcewicz, Julian Ursin (nyem-sē’vitch). A Polish poet, historian, and publicist; born in Lithuania, 1758; died at Paris, 1841. He accompanied Kosciuszko to this country, and married Mrs. Livingston Kean of New York. His principal works are: ‘Historical Songs of Poland’; ‘History of the Reign of Sigismund III.’; ‘Contributions to the Ancient History of Poland’; and a romance called ‘John of Tenczyn.’