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FREUND, WILHELM ALEXANDER – German gynecologist; born at Krappitz, Silesia, Aug. 26, 1833. He studied medicine at the University of Breslau, where he received his degree in 1855, engaging in practise as gynecologist in that city in the same year. In 1857...
FRIEDBERG, HEINRICH VON – German statesman; born at Mürkisch-Friedland, West Prussia, Jan. 27, 1813; died at Berlin June 2, 1895. Friedberg studied law at the University of Berlin, taking his degree in 1836. He was attached to the Kammergericht at...
FRIEDBERG, HERMANN – German physician, born at Rosenberg, Silesia, July 5, 1817; died at Breslau March 2, 1884. He studied at the universities of Berlin, Vienna, Prague, Paris, and Breslau, receiving from the last-named the degree of doctor of...
FROHBERG, REGINA – German writer; born at Berlin Oct. 4, 1783; date of death not known. She was the daughter of a very wealthy merchant by the name of "Salomo" (Kayserling gives it as "Saaling"). When only eighteen years of age (1801) she married...
FUBINI, SIMONE – Italian physiologist; born May 26, 1841, in Casale Monferrato, Piedmont; died Sept. 6, 1898, at Turin. After finishing his course at the college he entered the University of Turin as student of medicine, receiving his doctorate...
FULD, LUDWIG – German lawyer and juridical author; born at Mayence Dec. 23, 1859. He received his education at the gymnasium of his native town and at the universities of Heidelberg, Berlin, and Giessen (LL.D., 1881). He was admitted to the...
FULDA, LUDWIG – German author; born at Frankfort-on-the-Main July 15, 1862. He studied German philology and philosophy at the universities of Berlin, Leipsic, and Heidelberg (Ph.D. 1883). After a short stay in Frankfort, he went in 1884 to...
FÜRST, LIVIUS – German physician; born at Leipsic, May 27, 1840; son of the Orientalist Julius Fürst. Livius Fürst studied at the universities of Jena and Leipsic, graduating as doctor of medicine in 1864. After a postgraduate course at the...
FURTADO, ABRAHAM – French politician; born at London 1756; died at Bordeaux Jan. 29, 1816. His parents were members of a Portuguese Marano family, and resided first in Lisbon. During the earthquake which destroyed that city in 1755 his father was...
FURTADOHEINE, CÉCILE CHARLOTTE – French philanthropist; born at Paris 1821; died at Rocquencourt (Seine-et-Oise) 1896. Her ancestors on both sides were prominent in French politics. She married Charles Heine, the cousin of the poet, and at her husband's death...
GÄRTNER, GUSTAV – Austrian physician; born at Pardubitz, Bohemia, Sept. 28, 1855. He received his education at the gymnasium at Königgrätz and the University of Vienna, obtaining the degree of doctor of medicine in 1879. In the same year he...
GERSON, KARL – German physician; born at Hamm, Westphalia, July 19, 1866; educated at the universities of Munich, Rostock, Leipsic, and Bonn; graduated as doctor of medicine at Bonn in 1890. The following three years he was surgeon in the...
GINZBERG, LOUIS – Hebrew scholar; born at Kovno, Russia, Nov. 28, 1873. He received his early training in the Talmudical school at Telsh, Russia, under Rabbis S. Abel and M. Atlas, and later studied at Kovno under E. Blaser. In 1889 he removed to...
GLASER, JULIUS ANTON (JOSHUA GLASER) – Austrian jurist and statesman; born at Pöstelberg, Bohemia, March 19, 1831; died at Vienna Dec. 26, 1886. After taking the degree of Ph. D. at Zurich (1849) and that of LL.D. at Vienna (1854), he became privat-docent of...
GLUGE, GOTTLIEB (THÉOPHILE) – Physician; born at Brakel in Westphalia June 18, 1812; died Dec. 22, 1898, at Nizza. He studied medicine at the Berlin University (M.D. in 1835). Two years before his graduation he wrote "Die Influenza oder Grippe, nach den...
GODOWSKY, LEOPOLD – Russian pianist and composer; born at Wilna Feb. 13, 1870. At a very early age he showed remarkable talent for music, and when nine years old was taken upon the road as a child wonder, traveling in Russia and Germany. In 1882 he...
GOLDBERG, ALBERT – German opera-singer; born at Brunswick June 8, 1847. Educated at the Conservatorium of Leipsic (1865-69), he made his début at the court theater at Munich, and played, between 1869 and 1883, successively in Mayence, Bremen,...
GOLDMANN, EDWIN ELLEN – German physician; born at Burghersdorp, Cape Colony, Nov. 12, 1862; studied medicine at the universities of Breslau, Freiburg, and London, graduating (M.D.) in 1888. After having been for half a year assistant at Weigert's...
GOLDSCHMIDT, JULIUS – German physician; born at Mayence Feb. 12, 1843. He studied at the universities of Würzburg and Giessen, receiving from the latter his degree as doctor of medicine in 1866. Accompanying in the same year a patient to Madeira, he...
GOMPERZ, BENJAMIN – Austrian physician; born at Vienna Oct. 6, 1861. He was educated at the Leopoldstädter communal gymnasium and the University of Vienna, and received the degree of doctor of medicine in 1885. He was appointed assistant at the...
GOTTSTEIN, ADOLF – German physician; born at Breslau Nov. 2, 1857. He was educated at the gymnasium of his native town, and at the universities of Breslau, Strasburg, and Leipsic, obtaining from the last-named the degree of doctor of medicine in...
GOTTSTEIN, JACOB – German physician; born at Lissa, Austria, Nov. 7, 1832; died at Breslau, Prussian Silesia, Jan. 10, 1895; graduated (M.D.) from the University of Breslau in 1856. Gottstein devoted himself especially to diseases of the throat...
GRÄTZER, JONAS – German physician; born at Tost, Upper Silesia, Oct. 19, 1806; died at Breslau Nov. 25, 1889. He graduated (M.D.) from the University of Breslau in 1832. The following year he settled as a physician in Breslau, where he practised...
GROSS, JENNY – Austrian actress; born at Szanto, Hungary. Educated for the stage by Cesarina Kupfer, she made her début in 1878 at the Carl-theater at Vienna; in 1880 she appeared at the Stadttheater, and in 1885 at the Berlin court theater,...
GROSSER, JULIUS – German physician; born at Freistadt, Prussian Silesia, Oct. 25, 1835; died at Prenzlau, Prussia, Oct. 25, 1901. He studied at the University of Berlin, where he graduated in 1859 as doctor of medicine. In 1861 he established a...