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Ladislas Urbanski (1796–1857)

Urbanski, Ladislas (ör-bän’ski). A Polish dramatist and miscellaneous writer; born in Lithuania, 1796; died at Warsaw, 1857. Among his more noteworthy writings are: ‘The Sorcerers,’ a poem (1831); ‘Paradoxes against Liberty’ (1833); ‘Venice Saved,’ a tragedy (1834); ‘Poland, Historical, Poetical, and Literary’ (1836); ‘Sketch of the Manners of Country People’ (1841); ‘Russia from the Point of View of European Civilization’ (1841).