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Konstanty Gaszyński (1808–1866)

Gaszyński, Konstanty (gä-shin’ske or gäsh-tsin’ske). A Polish poet and novelist; born in Ieziorno, near Warsaw, March 30, 1808; died at Aix, Provence, Oct. 8, 1866. Among his productions, ‘Songs of a Polish Pilgrim’; ‘Recollections of an Officer’; ‘Poems’; ‘Stories and Scenes from Aristocratic Life,’ and two or three others, are prominent. He wrote in both Polish and French.