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NEMÉNYI (NEUMANN), AMBROSIUS:

Hungarian deputy; born at Peczel 1852; died in Budapest Dec. 13, 1904; studied law at Vienna and Paris (LL.D., Budapest). Till 1871 he was known by the name of Neumann. He was on the staff of the "Pester Lloyd" until 1887. In 1884 he was returned by the district of Szilagy-Csehi to the Hungarian Parliament, and did important work on the committees on economics, communication, and finance. He was secretary of the budget committee.

Neményi has written the following works: Rabelais és Kora" (Rabelais and His Time), Budapest, 1877; "Parlamenti Fegyelem" (Parliamentary Discipline), ib. 1879; "Journale und Journalisten der Französischen Revolution," Berlin, 1880; "Kortörteneti Rajzok" (Pictures of the Time), 2 vols., Budapest, 1880; "Hungaricæ Res," ib. 1882; "Das Moderne Ungarn," Berlin, 1883; "Az Állam és Hat?árai" (The State and Its Boundaries), ib. 1889; "Die Verstaatlichung der Eisenbahnen," Leipsic, 1890; "Bureaukracia Magyarországon," Budapest, 1902.

Neményi was chief editor of the "Pesti Napló" from 1896 to 1901.

Bibliography:
  • Sturm, Almanach, 1901;
  • Szinnyei, Magyar Irók;
  • Pallas, Magyar Könyvészet, 1897.
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