Ignacy von Lyskowski

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Ignacy von Lyskowski (born September 12, 1820 , † 1886 ) was a leading politician of the Polish minority in Prussia and the German Empire .


He attended high school in Kulm . He later studied theology in Freiburg im Breisgau and Breslau before completing an agricultural training course. Then he was the owner of the manor in Mileszewo. He also wrote various writings on agricultural and political issues.

Lyskowski was a leading politician from the Polish minority. He was a co-founder of associations, public libraries and a credit bank in Thorn. In 1869 he was one of the founders of the "Society for the Promotion of the Moral Interests of the Polish Population under Prussian Rule." He was also the editor of the newspaper Gospodarz.

In 1848 he was a member of the pre-parliament . In the years 1866/67 and 1870 to 1886 he was a member of the Prussian House of Representatives and at times chairman of the Polish parliamentary group . From 1881 until his death he was a member of the Reichstag as a member of the constituency of Marienwerder 3 (Graudenz) .

Individual evidence

  1. Bernhard Mann (edit.): Biographical manual for the Prussian House of Representatives. 1867-1918 . Collaboration with Martin Doerry , Cornelia Rauh and Thomas Kühne . Düsseldorf: Droste Verlag, 1988, p. 258 (handbooks on the history of parliamentarism and political parties: vol. 3); for the various constituencies and the election results see Thomas Kühne: Handbook of elections to the Prussian House of Representatives 1867–1918. Election results, election alliances and election candidates (= handbooks on the history of parliamentarism and political parties. Volume 6). Droste, Düsseldorf 1994, ISBN 3-7700-5182-3 , p. 893.
  2. ^ Fritz Specht, Paul Schwabe: The Reichstag elections from 1867 to 1903. Statistics of the Reichstag elections together with the programs of the parties and a list of the elected representatives. 2nd Edition. Carl Heymann Verlag, Berlin 1904, p. 18.


  • Minutes of the Prussian State Ministry. Volume 6 / II, p. 674 digitized

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