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Maurycy Gosławski (1802–1802)

Gosławski, Maurycy (gôs-läv’skē). A Polish poet; born in Podolia in 1802; died in Stanislavof, Aug. 17, c. He was a soldier by profession; but published a volume of poetry in 1828. He took part in the war for Polish independence in 1830, at which time he produced his most famous stanzas, ‘The Poems of a Polish Uhlan.’