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László Szalay (1813–1864)

Szalay, László (säl’ī). A Hungarian historian; born at Buda, April 18, 1813; died at Salzburg, July 17, 1864. He succeeded Kossuth as editor-in-chief of the Pesti Hirlap, in 1844. Among his works are ‘History of Hungary’ (6 vols., 1850–63); ‘Michael Eszterházy’ (2 vols., 1862–66); and ‘The Book of Statesmen,’ a collection of political biographies.