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Stanislaw I Leszczynski (1677 - 1766) was king of Poland and Lorraine.
Born at Lemberg in 1677, was the son of Rafael Leszczynski, governor of Poznan Voivodship, and Anne Catherine Jablonowska.
Leszczynski was a young man of blameless antecedents, respectable talents, and ancient family, but certainly without sufficient force of character or political influence to sustain himself on so unstable a throne.
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 Stanislaus I of Poland : Stanislaw Leszczynski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Stanislaw I Leszczynski (1677 1766) was king of Poland.
Born at Lemberg in 1677, was the son of Rafael Leszczynski, palatine of Poznan, and Anne Catherine Jablonowska.
He was first heard of again at Konigsberg, whence he issued a manifesto to his partisans which resulted in the formation of a confederation on his behalf, and the despatch of a Polish envoy to Paris to urge France to invade Saxony with at least 40,000 men.
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 The Elected Monarchy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Leszczynski was awarded the Duchy of Lorraine and Bar (1737) by Francis I, the Holy Roman Emperor, in exchange for Tuscany and also received a pension from France.
Stanislaw was the brother-in-law of Michal and August Czartoryski and formed part of that powerful group aiming at reform, “the Family”.
On acceding to the throne Stanislaw Augustus attempted to show that he was no puppet by setting up a range of commissions and ministries aimed at improving the process of government, carrying out financial and educational reforms and establishing a military school (the Szkola Rycerska); it was obvious that a Polish revival was under way.
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 Poland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Stanislaw Leszczynski was twice king of Poland, but was removed by his Saxon rivals.
Stanislaw was elected King of Poland in 1704, and he employed the architect Pompeo Ferrari to construct and improve important buildings in the town.
Stanislaw was the last male member of the family, and with his death in 1766, Leszno declined in importance.
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The exiled Stanislaw Leszczynski was recalled from France and hastily re-elected by the General Convention to the position of King of Poland.
Stanislaw Leszczynski had to once again flee the country, as the patriotic front collapsed under pressure from Austria and Russia.
During the political upheaval over Leszczynski's claim to the throne, Poniatowski published the manifesto to the Polish nobility known as "The Open Letter", in which he called for reform of the electorate system and for the election of a king of Polish birth.
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 Courtly Lives - The Royal Leszczynski Family and the French House of Bourbon
Rafal married Anna Radziminska (1586-1635), daughter of Stanislaw Radziminski of the Brodzic coat of arms.
Stanislas Leszczynski was an intellectual and a protector of the arts and science.
(1710-1774) King of France, in 1715, and Navarre married Mary Leszczynska daughter of Stanislaw Leszczynski, and a Princess in Poland.
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 The Order of the White Eagle by Rafal Heydel-Mankoo
Supported by Augustus’ foes, a rival by the name of Stanislaw Leszczynski had recently been crowned King of Poland and it is therefore not implausible that Augustus saw an Order as a tool he could use to obtain support and loyalty from members of the nobility.
Stanislaw Augustus, a former paramour of Russia’s Catherine the Great—and widely regarded as her puppet—invested 550 persons with the Order of the White Eagle.
Following King Stanislaw Augustus’ death in Russia in 1798, the Collar of the Grand Master of the Order passed to the Russian Imperial House and was soon worn by Tsarina Alexandra Teodora at Tsar Nicholas I’s coronation as King of Poland.
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 Stanisław Konarski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The medal with the image of Stanislaw August and the inscription, "Sapere auso".
His reforms became a landmark in the fight for modernization of the Polish education system in the 18th century.
Konarski was early political tied with Stanislaw Leszczynski, later with the Czartoryski "Familia" and King Stanislaw August Poniatowski.
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 STANISLAUS I. (LESZCZYNSKI) - LoveToKnow Article on STANISLAUS I. (LESZCZYNSKI)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
STANISLAUS I. (LESZCZYNSKI) - LoveToKnow Article on STANISLAUS I. (LESZCZYNSKI) (1677-1766), king of Poland, born at Lemberg in 1677, was the son of Rafael Leszczynski, palatine of Posen, and Anne Catherine Jablonowska.
Nevertheless, with the assistance of a bribing fund and an army corps the Swedes succeeded in procuring hi~ election by a scratch assembly of half a dozen castellans and a few score of gentlemen (July 2, 1704).
On the restoration of Augustus, Stanislaus resigned the Polish Crown (though he retained the royal title) in exchange for the little principality of Zweibrucken.
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 poland
Stanislaw I Leszczynski (1677-1766), king of Poland (1704-1709; 1733-1735).
A member of an influential old Polish noble family, Stanislaw became king in 1704 with the support of Charles XII of Sweden, in opposition to Frederick Augustus of Saxony (Augustus II of Poland, 1670-1733), who was backed by Russia.
Stanislaw was given the duchies of Lorraine and Bar, and he maintained a royal court at Lunéville and Nancy until his death.
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 AllEmpires - The Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth (Full)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Stanislaw I was king of Poland but after Charles was defeated by the Russians (Poltava 1709), Augustus reascended the Polish throne.
Leszczynski had been able to reach that country by secretly crossing Germany, but his election, signed by about twelve thousand voters, was undoubtedly legal, and expecting French and Swedish assistance through the Baltic he moved to Danzig.
Stanislaw Leszczynski was given the Duchy of Lorraine as a consolation, and Augustus III ascended the Polish throne.
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 Stanislaw I. Witkiewicz
The personality of Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz (1885-1939), also known as Witkacy, goes beyond the confines of philosophy to embrace a whole series of creative activities that make him a unique figure in Polish and European culture between the two World Wars.
Leszczynski, Jan "Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz's theory of art", Dialectic and Humanism, 2,1985, pp.
Rudzinski, Roman, "The axiology of Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz", Dialectic and Humanism, 2, 1985, pp.
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 pcpopiel
Popiel's mother was Marianna Pieglowska, a daughter of the Oswiecim castellan Jan. He brought as a dowry the village Owczary (county of Wislica) and she was a heiress of Czaple Wielkie in Krakow province (county of Ksiaz).
In such a manner he was quite stabilized in terms of the estates, he married Konstancja Komorowski (1764), who was orphaned in early childhood by her father Piotr and was grown by her uncle, a primate Adam Komorowski.
His relations with the king Stanislaw August were close, but his correspondence, friendly from the king and martinet from himself does not reveal any particular political intimacy.
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Naruszewicz, Adam Stanislaw Naruszewicz, Adam Stanislawä´däm stänēs´läf närooshĕ´vēch, 1733-96, Polish historian.
Early in the Northern War (1700-1721), Charles XII of Sweden overran Poland and expelled King Augustus II.
In 1704, Charles secured the election of Leszczynski, a Polish nobleman.
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 European Dance Caravan
Leszczyñski, Kazimierz Stanislaw, was born on 27th August, 1926 in Liœnik Du¿y.
Simultanuously with the work at MCSU, from 1953 till 1962 Stanislaw Leszczyñski was an inspector of schools and a supervisor of his own lecture at Engineering College of Warsaw.
The stay of the MCSU Dance Group in Egypt in 1995 under the management of St. Leszczyñski was an inspiration to the establishing of the cooperation with the Fayoum region with the Province of Poland.
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 The End of the Ancien Regime
But both of them were even more opposed to the election of Stanislaw Leszczynski, the exiled pretender whose chances were increased through the marriage of his daughter Mary, in 1725, to Louis XV of France.
Leszczynski’s court at Lunéville was to be an important center where the king-in-exile educated young Poles and drafted reform projects not only for the Polish constitution but also for Europe’s international organization.
The empress decided in favor of a nephew of the Czartoryskis, Stanislaw Poniatowski, a son of Leszczynski’s partisan, a man of refined, Western culture, but a weak character and worst of all a former lover of Catherine, to whom he always remained personally attached.
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 The School of History, Queen's University Belfast   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He is happy to supervise research students on diverse aspects of eighteenth-century European intellectual, cultural, religious, political and diplomatic history, and on topics in Polish history from the fourteenth century onwards.
‘Stanislaw August Poniatowski jako latitudynarysta religijny’ [Stanislaw August Poniatowski as a religious latitudinarian], Wiek Oswiecenia [The Age of Enlightenment], XIV (1998).
Stanislaw August Poniatowski, Jean-Jacques Rousseau and politesse in England’, SVEC [Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century’], 2003:07.
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 Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!
original name StanisLaw Leszczynski king of Poland (1704–09, 1733) during a period of great problems and turmoil; he was a victim of foreign attempts to dominate Poland.
Stanislaw was once more deposed, and, under Russian pressure, a small minority in the Diet elected the Saxon elector Frederick Augustus II to the Polish throne as Augustus III.
Stanislaw retreated to the city of Gdansk (Danzig) to wait for French assistance, which did not come.
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 The Rulers of Poland
This Sejm became known as the "Dumb Sejm" and the Republic became little more than a Russian client state; this was the start of the Russian "Protectorate" in which Poland was forced to reduce her standing army.
After the death of Augustus II in 1736, Leszczynski was again elected king of Poland, but Russian and Saxon intervention forced him to abdicate again.
The reign of the magnate Stanislaw August Poniatowski (1764-1795), a favourite of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia, was totally controlled by Russia.
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 AllEmpires.com - AllEmpires - The Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth (Summary)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1704 Sweden won, Augustus was removed and the Voivode of Poznan, Stanislaw Leszczynski, was elected in his place.
On Augustus' death, in 1733, Leszczynski was again elected King but the Russians interfered by sending in an army and rerunning the election; Augustus' son, Frederick Augustus, was elected.
The reign of the magnate, Stanislaw August Poniatowski, 1764 - 1795, a favourite of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia, was totally controlled by Russia.
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 Stanislaw I --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Augustus II regained the Polish throne, and Stanislaw left the country to settle in the French province of Alsace.
In 1725 Stanislaw's daughter Marie married Louis XV of France.
But before he could be crowned, Russia and Austria, fearing Stanislaw would unite Poland in the Swedish-French alliance, invaded the country to annul his election.
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 Charles XII of Sweden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles defeated Polish king Augustus II and his Saxon allies at the Battle of Kliszow in 1702 and captured many important cities of the Commonwealth.
After the deposition of the king of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Charles XII filled the void with his own man, Stanislas Leszczynski.
Peter the Great managed to cripple Swedish forces near the Baltic coast before Charles managed to combine his forces, and Charles' Polish ally, Stanislaw Leszczynski, was facing internal problems of his own.
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 MDK2: Nancy, France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Polish king Stanislaw Leszczynski is one of the persons to whom the present architectural look of the city can be indebted.
The Stanislaw Leszczynski Square, a pearl of the 18-th century's architecture is located in the central part of the city.
Around the Stanislaw Leszczynski Square there are many beautiful churches, including the Franciscan Church from the 15-th century, the Saint Sebastien Church, erected in 1720- 1742, and the Notre Dame de Bon Scours from the 18-th century with the graves of Stanislaw Leszczynski and the queen Catherine Opalinska.
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 PGSA - Town Translation Entries (T)
In early November 1734 the agreement of the Confederation of Tarnogród, designed to keep Stanislaw Leszczynski on the throne against August III, was signed in Dzikow castle.
In the mid-16th century the main landowners were: the Mieleckis (Mikolaj, Podolia voivode, and Hieronim), the Tarnowskis (Stanislaw, Radom castellan as of 1578), and Andrzej Leszczynski (in Baranow).
In 1536, Stanislaw Tarnowski, Sacz castellan, had 18 peasants on irregular fields, an innkeeper paying a rental fee, 2 cottagers paying rental fees of 11 grzywna's, 10 1/2 pennies, 40 vessels of oats, roosters, 60 capons, eggs, cheese and so forth.
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 Magnuski Family Genealogical Society - Magnuscy - Abdank Crest
Jan and Jakub Szymanowicz, Stanislaw, Wojciech and Jana Klemensiewicz, Andrzej Klimo, Wojciech and Krzywaszcz family, inherited portions of Magnuszow in 1552.
Franciszek, chanter of Plock, cannon of Poznan 1687 (Zap.
Franciszek, Tomasz and Kazimierz, from Sieradz region, Jozef Antoni, from Kalisz region and Tomasz from Plock region, the electors of Stanislaw August [1764-1795 ed.].
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 FIFOL - The Groups  -  Poland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The group of Poland was founded in 1953 by Stanislaw Leszczynski, M.A., senior teacher of the Universidade Physical Traning.
It is the older artistic group of the university and to today it is driven by Mr.
On May 13, 1985, in Edinburgh (Scotland), it marked presence in a meeting between members of the Group and General Stanislaw Maczek, the commandant of the first Division of the Polish army in Second World War, that freed Belgium and Holland.
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