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WÜRZBURGER, JULIUS:

American journalist; born in Bayreuth, Germany, 1819; died in New York city Sept. 14, 1876; studied at the University of Erlangen. In 1848, the year of the revolution, he was editor of the "Bayreuth Tageblatt." Removing to Munich, his liberal views and writings attracted the attention of the government; and in 1849 he was banished from Bavaria. He went to Italy and France, where he acted as correspondent, and finally emigrated to America, where he became connected with the "New-Yorker Staats-Zeitung" (1856-75), editing its Sunday supplement with marked ability and success.

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