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DEUTSCH, JOEL – Hebraist and teacher of deaf-mutes; born in Nikolsburg, Moravia, March 20, 1813; died in Vienna May 1, 1899. Deutsch is remembered as a close student of rabbinical literature, and was an energetic collector of Hebrew books. He...
HÖNIGSMANN, OSWALD – Austrian deputy; born in Rzeszow, Austrian Galicia, Dec. 2, 1824; died Oct. 24, 1880. He was educated at Lemberg, where he graduated as doctor of law. His democratic tendencies delayed his admission to the bar in Lemberg for...
JACQUES, HEINRICH – Austrian deputy; born in Vienna Feb. 24, 1831; shot himself Jan. 25, 1894. He studied philosophy and history at Heidelberg, and afterward jurisprudence at Vienna (Dr. Juris, 1856). After having been for five years manager of the...
KAREIS, JOSEF – Austrian electrician and deputy; born at Semic, Bohemia, Feb. 14, 1837; studied at the technical institute in Prague. From 1858 till 1896 he was in the service of the state, first in the department for triangular survey in Tyrol...
KLAPP, MICHAEL – Austrian journalist and author; born in Prague 1834; died Feb. 25, 1888. He removed in 1855 to Vienna, where he devoted himself to journalism. In 1859-60 he was editor of the literary section of Kuranda's "Ostdeutsche Post," and...
KOHN, JAKOB – Austrian jurist; born Dec. 24, 1847, in Papa, Hungary; died at Vienna Jan. 20, 1902. He studied jurisprudence at the University of Vienna, and entered the service of the government in 1872. On Sept. 7, 1894, Kohn was appointed...
KURANDA, IGNAZ – Establishes "Die Grenzboten." Austrian deputy and political writer; born in Prague May 1, 1812; died in Vienna April 3, 1884. His grandfather and father were dealers in second-hand books. In 1834 he went to Vienna, where he...