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  The Episcopal Lineage of Pope Pius XI
Aleksander Kazimierz Beresniewicz, Titular Bishop of Maximianopolis and Auxiliary of Zmudz.
Kazimierz Dmochowski, Titular Bishop of Meloë and Auxiliary of Wilno.
Kasper Kazimierz Cieciszowski, Titular Bishop of Theveste and Coadjutor of Kiev.
mysite.verizon.net /res7gdmc/aposccs/id5.html   (1046 words)

  
 Pulaskis of the Slepowron Crest
In the third pair was Tomasz Zielinski the Lomza podkomorzy, uncle of Kazimierz's mother, and Ludwika Maria Poniatowska wife of the Mazowsze voivode.
Their son, Kazimierz Adam was born on 25 December 1784 was a staff officer in the guard (resigned in 1803).
Jozef Kazimierz was born in 1873 in Zawadynce and inherited the Boruszkowiec properties.
www.poles.org /Gorzynski.html   (3972 words)

  
 Sarmatian Review XVII.2: Wasko
Kazimierz Pulaski is a typical 'real life' follower of the Sarmatian model, his voyage to America and his participation in the Bar Confederacy being the two high points of his career.
Czarniecki answers that these 'mistakes' or, as Krasinski put it, 'sins of the fathers,' were actually a kind of felix culpa (St. Augustine's famous interpretation of the original sin), because thanks to them Poland did not follow other European nations on their way to absolutism, atheism, and materialism.
In this context, Kazimierz Puaski is a typical 'real life' follower of the Sarmatian model, his voyage to America and his participation in the Bar Confederacy being the two high points of his career.
www.ruf.rice.edu /~sarmatia/497/wasko.html   (5639 words)

  
 Franciszka Krasinska
She was born sometime between 1972-44 as the second daughter of Stanislaw Krasinski, the dziedzic [land owner] of Maleszowo and Wegrow, he also was the starosta [elder] of Nowomiejsk.
In 1770 she worked [in support of the confederation] and after the departure of Dumouriez and in 1771 joined in the plan put forward by Adam Krasinski of bringing Prince Karol to Poland and making him the commander of the scattered confederation forces.
But she extended a special protection over Kazimierz Pulaski, who was supposed to have been in love with her when he was but a young Starosta of Warka.
www.poles.org /krasinska.html   (1536 words)

  
 POLISH LITERATURE,   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Another poet, Maciej Kazimierz Sarbiewski (1595–1640), wrote Latin lyrics that earned him the name of “the Christian Horace.” Lyrical poems in Polish were produced by Szymon Zimorowic (1609–29), a writer of erotic idylls, and by Jan Andrzej Morsztyn (c.
Miriam (pseudonym of Zenon Przesmycki, 1861–1944), a translator and critic as well as the editor of the periodical Chimera, played a large role in the spreading of ideological and artistic slogans during this period, as did the novelist and playwright Stanisław Przybyszewski (1868–1927), who wrote in German as well as in Polish.
Notable among the poetry of this era were the subtle lyrics of Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer (1865–1940) and the symbolical, pessimistic poems of Jan Kasprowicz (1860–1926).
www.history.com /encyclopedia.do?articleId=219526   (3294 words)

  
 OSSOLIŃSCY - Epitaph and tombs of Ossolinski family
Epitaph of Stanislaw and Jozefa Ossolinski and their daughter Emilia Krasinski was founded by granddaughter Paulina Gorski.
Tomb of Emilia Krasinski nee Ossolinski (1790-1862) the daughter of Stanislaw and Jozefa Ossolinski from Sterdyn.
Epitaph of Jozef Kanty and Teresa Ossolinski nee Stadnicki in: collegiate church at Klimontow, cathedral at Sandomierz, monastery at Kazimierz, church and monastery at Dukla, church at Lesko and the Betlejem chappel at Ossolin.
www.ossolinski.strona.pl /ang/epit.html   (340 words)

  
 Franciszka Krasinska
She was dazzled by the twist of fate and the breadth of possibilities -- which included the Polish crown -- and, with the help of her father and Adam Krasinski she married Karol, already Prince of Kurlandia, in a secret ceremony in Warsaw on March 25, 1760.
The outbreak of the Bar Confederation brought a release of tensions.
The connection between the Confederation and the Saxon court and the role that the Krasinski family played in its founding, gave Franciszka hope for improved fortunes.
www.poles.org /Krasinska.html   (1536 words)

  
 OSSOLIŃSCY - Foundations of Ossolinski family in Podlasie and Mazovia region
Parish church at Radziejowice was founded by Anna Krasinski nee Ossolinski and her husband Kazimierz Krasinski.
Mansion of the Ossolinski family at Tarchomin (at present one of Warsaw's districts) was built by Franciszek Maksymilian Ossolinski in the first part of the 18th century.
Parish church at Niwiski was founded by Kazimierz Ossolinski-chamberlain of Mielnik.
www.ossolinski.strona.pl /ang/foto2.html   (340 words)

  
 History
On 6 October 1881 Mianowski Fund members created a committee to administer the Fund, and elected as the organization's president, Dr. Tytus Chałubiński, a former professor of the Medical and Surgical Academy and the Main School, considered one of the most prominent Polish physicians.
During the years 1921-1932, Kazimierz Twardowski, creator of the Lwów-Warsaw philosophical school, held the post.
The publication of scholarly works remained the main activity of the Mianowski Fund, but its scope was increased and somewhat changed in character.
www.mianowski.waw.pl /history.htm   (8666 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
In 1657 the invaders robbed the town, disordering its economic situation.
The Treasurer Jan Kazimierz Krasiński became the next owner of Węgrów, to whom Bogusław Radziwiłł sold the town in 1664.
The rules of the Krasiński family were very reasonable with regard to the field of economy and religious tolerance.
www.wegrow.com.pl /english/history.html   (709 words)

  
 Poland as you like! - Warsaw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Walk around the Old Town (UNESCO) and the New Town: the Krasinski Palace, the Palace of Justice and the Monument of Warsaw Uprising, the Grand Theatre and Opera House, the Jablonowski Palace, the Tomb of Unknown Soldier and the Saski Park.
Walk around the Old Town (UNESCO) and the New Town: the Krasinski Palace, the Palace of Justice and the Monument of Warsaw Uprising, transfer to the Lazienki Royal Park, walk around the park with the Palace on the Water and the Island Theatre.
From the old tower, the ruins of the castle and the "Hill of the Three Crosses", you could enjoy a panoramic view of the town and Vistula River and have a chance to explore a mysterious Roots Gorge.
poland.as /en/849,,4,1,0,0/849,1798,4,1,0,0-one_day_excursion_torun.html   (716 words)

  
 pc2popiel
Portrait of Pawel Popiel - by Kazimierz Pochwalski.
Popiel (Chosciak Popiel) Pawel (1807-1892), a squire, a columnist and a conservative politician, a pioneer of historic monument preservation.
Two died in early years: Kazimierz (1845-1873), a priest and Waclaw (dec. 1968).
members.tripod.com /kingpopiel/english/pc2popiel.htm   (3433 words)

  
 Polski Theatre
The first theatre's production - Iridiona by Zygmunta Krasinski became a very significant event in cultural and artistic life of the Polish capital.
From the beginning of 1981 Kazimierz Dejmek becomes the theatre's main art director.
In 1993 Kazimierz Dejmek becomes a head of Polish Ministry of Culture and Arts and Jerzy Jasienski takes his seat of main theatre's director.
www.warsaw-hotels.net /eng/guide/theatres/polskitheatre.html   (435 words)

  
 Samizdat Magazine
However, while the nationalist component became only one among many other ingredients of Western European romanticism, in Poland it came to define and dominate literary experimentation and innovation.
The triumph of national romanticism is responsible for shaping the concept of the Polish poet as national destiny’s supreme interpreter (Mickiewicz), its inspired visionary (Slowacki), or its shrewd dialectician (Krasinski).
In various forms, Polish lyricism has repeatedly fallen victim — although not without a fight to the stern demand for historical, not personal, narratives (the diaries of Andrzej Kijowski and Kazimierz Brandys, are a testimony of these struggles).
www.samizdateditions.com /issue1/polishpoetry1.html   (2096 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Polish literature : The Twentieth Century (Russian And Eastern European Literature) - Encyclopedia
The Skamander group of urban poets, including Julian Tuwim and Kazimierz Wierzynski, called for an end to nationalist preoccupation and for experimental freedom; other significant figures included the novelists Marja Dabrowska and Zofia Nalkowska (1885–1954) and the dramatists Karol Hubert Rostworoski (1877–1938) and Jerzy Szaniawski.
The period's greatest writing, which gained recognition only after World War II, was the prose and drama of Stanislaw Witkiewisz, Witold Gombrowicz, and Bruno Schulz.
Communist writers include the poet Constantine Galcyzynski (1906–53) and the novelists Aleksander scibor-Rylski and Kazimierz Brandys.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/P/Polishli-the-twentieth-century.html   (482 words)

  
 Czartoryski
It becomes the greatest center of Polish Life both Political, Cultural, and Social outside Poland.
Some of its famous patrons are Chopin, Krasinski, Lamartine, Sand, Balzac, Berlioz, Lizt.
Chopin composes "La Polonaise" for the Polish ball held yearly.
www.czartoryski.org /adamjerry.htm   (351 words)

  
 Polish Collections: Overviews of the Collections (European Reading Room, Library of Congress)
The first U.S. president's papers date mostly to the 1748-99 period and concern his relations with the Continental Congress, the command of the Continental Army, and his presidency.
Among the documents are 22 letters from Washington to Kazimierz Pulaski, whom he promoted to the rank of brigadier general of cavalry, and six to Tadeusz Kosciuszko, perhaps Poland's most revered patriot and a key figure in the American Revolution.
Kazimierz Pulaski and his father were leaders of the movement.
www.loc.gov /rr/european/coll/poli.html   (4685 words)

  
 Polish culture Poland about the people   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Some of them have been laboriously restored (the Royal Castle in Cracow), or completely reconstructed having been totally ruined in the last war (the Old Town and Royal Castle in Warsaw, the Old Town in Gdansk and Wroclaw).
Kazimierz on the Vistula is an example of a well-preserved Medieval town.
Poets like Adam Mickiewicz, Juliusz Slowacki and Zygmunt Krasinski became spiritual leaders of a nation deprived of its sovereignty, prophesying its revival.
www.masterpage.com.pl /culture   (1426 words)

  
 KH 3/2004 streszczenia
The moment it became known that work on biographies of Poles connected with Turkey was being parallely conducted by Jerzy S. Łątka, we decided to join efforts and try to establish the history of the mysterious Stankiewicz.
Ensuing research enabled us to identify the envoy to Istanbul as Marcin Stankiewicz, born in the county of Orsza, in 1743–1746 a cadet at Lunéville and the companion of Kazimierz Krasiński, and then the companion of Józef Ossoliński on his tour across Europe.
The dates of the military promotions granted to Stankiewicz were discovered and his links with certain families in the Commonwealth were reconstructed; in other words, sufficient information had been amassed for reconstructing his biography.
semper.rubikon.pl /kh/3_04str.htm   (2564 words)

  
 Polish culture: Kazimierz Dejmek
Born on April 17, 1924, in the town of Kowlo.
At this time Dejmek outright ignored contemporary drama, both that hailing from the West and that written in Poland.
In 1988 Kazimierz Dejmek was elected chairman of the Union of Polish Stage Artists.
www.culture.pl /en/culture/artykuly/os_dejmek_kazimierz   (2380 words)

  
 Kultura
Other poets and dramatists of the period were Juliusz Slowacki, Zygmunt Krasinski, and Cyprian Norwid.
At the end of the 19th century writers emerged such as Aleksander Glowacki, a supporter of realism who wrote under the name Boleslaw Prus, and Henryk Sienkiewicz, whose novel 'Quo Vadis?' (1896) became internationally famous.
The most notable were the poets Julian Tuwim and Kazimierz Wierzynski and the novelists Maria Dabrowska, Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz, and Jan Parandowski.
republika.pl /zszmce/ang/culture.htm   (389 words)

  
 Genealogy.com: The Mikolajczak & Pawelek Family of Chicago, Illinois
Kazimierz (sometimes found as Casimir) came to the United States in 1905.
Josephine and Kazimierz had four children; Theresa, Frank, Sally, and Bill.
The family search continues for more information on Anna (Blazej Gawel and Aniela Pachorek) and Peter's parents (Simon Pawelek and Anna Zurek) and for Josephine (Andrew Tylczynski and Magdalene Krasinski) and Kazimierz's parents (Maleusz Mikolajczak and Mary Anna Mazurek).
www.genealogy.com /genealogy/users/k/o/s/Rose-marie-Kosakowski/index.html   (239 words)

  
 Some ancestry of Mathilde d'Udekem d'Acoz (b. 1973)
Michal Maria Kazimierz Kamil Sobanski, comes romanus, b.
Kazimierz Ludwyk Lukas Guido Ignacy hr Potulicki, b.
Adam Kazimierz Joachim Ambrozy Marek ks Czartoryski, b.
members.aol.com /reitwiesne/overflow/udekem.html   (1410 words)

  
 Some ancestry of Mathilde d'Udekem d'Acoz (b. 1973)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Michal Maria Kazimierz Kamil Sobanski, comes romanus, b.
Kazimierz Ludwyk Lukas Guido Ignacy hr Potulicki, b.
Adam Kazimierz Joachim Ambrozy Marek ks Czartoryski, b.
hometown.aol.com /reitwiesne/overflow/udekem.html   (1375 words)

  
 Magnuski Family Genealogical Society - Paprocki on Abdank
Konarski family evolved from Skarbek family and still they have that Gora in Wielkopolska, the oligarchy, seconds on Pogorze or Sandomierz land.
Kromer talks about one of them, who played dice with polish king or prince Kazimierz Sprawiedliwy (righteous), when king won all his money he slapped the king and went out.
Kazimierz wasn't angry at him, more, when others advised king to kill Konarski, the king said that he was thankful to him, because he reminded him not to play improper games.
www.magnuski.org /abdank-paprocki.html   (3589 words)

  
 MacLaw Template
Other poets and dramatists of the period were Juliusz Slowacki, Zygmunt Krasinski, and Cyprian Norwid.
The most notable were the poets Julian Tuwim and Kazimierz Wierzynski and the novelists Maria Dabrowska, Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz, and Jan Parandowski.
With the establishment of the Communist regime after World War II, political controls were imposed on writers.
www.law.du.edu /elliot/kyupanqui   (2535 words)

  
 R.Crusoe & Son - Rebirth of a Nation: Medieval Poland Meets the 21st Century. 10 Days.
Hear the story of the 1943 Ghetto Uprising in historic Krasinski Square.
See Kazimierz, the Jewish ghetto, for many years a derelict part of town and now contemporary Krakow's hippest neighborhood.
One simply cannot visit Poland without an examination of the Holocaust and its effects on the country.
www.rcrusoe.com /poland   (505 words)

  
 PMRC SITES: MIECZYS£AW KAR£OWICZ
Although he himself did not belong to the initial group, he strongly supported it, and his work expressly reflected their ideals.
His settings of poems by Kazimierz Tetmajer, one of the most eminent poets of Young Poland, are characterized by a melancholy and yearning lyricism which was stylistically typical of the Polish art of this movement.
The programs of his symphonic poems also reflect the ideals of the group, namely: pantheism, expressive sorrowfulness, and Wagnerian symbols of love and death.
www.usc.edu /dept/polish_music/composer/karlowicz.html   (816 words)

  
 Poland Tour 12 days
Warsaw - Kazimierz Dolny - Krakow - Wieliczka - Krakow - Tatra National Park (Zakopane) - Krakow - Tychy - Czestochowa - Belchatow - Lodz - Ciechocinek - Torun - Tricity (Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot) - Malbork - Warsaw
Transfer to Kazimierz Dolny upon Vistula River; walk around a picturesque town beloved by artists and visit to the Three Crosses Hill overlooking the town; optional walk to the Roots Gorge; transfer to Krakow; dinner.
Transfer to Tychy, visit to the Tyskie Brewery (Adults only), a chance to see all stages of production of beer, a brewing museum and to taste this golden liquid; transfer to Czestochowa, the most important Saint Mary sanctuary in Poland that attracts millions of pilgrims every year, visit to the church with Black Madonna; dinner.
www.ilapolanda.com /tour16.php   (333 words)

  
 In the Aftermath of the Partitions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Joachim Lelewel became Poland’s greatest historian, Chopin her greatest composer, and Mickiewicz, Slowacki, Krasinski and Norwid among her greatest poets.
Paris,1861), son of Adam Kazimierz and Izabella, was educated at Edinburgh and London, and strongly influenced by the ideas of the Enlightenment.
Czartoryski fought against the Russians in the Insurrection of 1794 and, sent as a hostage to St. Petersburg, gained the friendship of the Grand-Duke Alexander and the Emperor Paul who made him ambassador to Sardinia.
www.kasprzyk.demon.co.uk /www/Aftermath.html   (6708 words)

  
 Polish culture: Kazimierz Kutz
The story follows the Basista brothers, who join in the revolt as a matter of fact, in just as they would go work their shift in the coalmines" ("Kino Kazimierza Kutza" / "The Cinema of Kazimierz Kutz," ed.
As depicted by Kutz, revolution was a historical event ruled at least in part by coincidence and strong human passions.
In 1989 Kazimierz Kutz directed what would prove one of Television Theatre's best and most controversial productions - Tadeusz Rozewicz's
www.culture.pl /en/culture/artykuly/os_kutz_kazimierz   (4644 words)

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