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NEWBURGER, JOSEPH E. – American jurist; born in New York city 1853; educated in the public schools and at Columbia College (School of Law), New York (LL.B.); admitted to the bar 1874. In 1891 he was elected judge of the city court of New York, and...
OPPENHEIM, HERMANN – German physician; born at Berlin Jan. 1, 1858. He studied medicine at the universities of Göttingen and Bonn, taking his degree in 1881. Settling in Berlin, he became assistant at the Maison de Santé in the hospital for...
OPPENHEIM, JACQUES – Dutch barrister; born at Gröningen March 3, 1849. Educated at the gymnasium and university of his native town, he was graduated in 1872 as LL.D., and became teacher at the gymnasium there. This position he resigned in 1873, upon...
OPPERT, ERNST JACOB – German merchant and traveler; born at Hamburg Dec. 5, 1832; died Sept. 19, 1903; brother of Jules Oppert. He chose a mercantile career, and went in 1851 to Hongkong; later he founded a business at Shanghai; in 1866 and 1868 he...
OSER, LEOPOLD – Austrian physician; born at Nikolsburg, Moravia, July 27, 1839; studied medicine at Vienna University, graduating and establishing himself as a physician in that city in 1862. In 1872 he became privat-docent at the university,...
OSTERBERG, MAX – American electrical engineer; born at Frankfort-on-the-Main June 12, 1869. He accompanied his parents to America (New York) in 1884, where he entered upon a business career. In 1891 he took up the study of electricity, and...
ÖTTINGER, EDUARD MARIA – German writer; born at Breslau Nov. 19, 1808; died at Blasewitz, near Dresden, June 26, 1872. In 1828 he became a Catholic. He lived as a journalist in Berlin (editing "Eulenspiegel," 1829), Munich ("Das Schwarze Gespenst,"...
OTTOLENGHI, SALVATORE – Italian physician; born at Asti March 20, 1861. He received his education at his native town and at the University of Turin (M.D. 1884). He has been since 1888 assistant professor of medicine and chief of the medico-forensic...
PAGEL, JULIUS LEOPOLD – German physician and medical writer; born at Pollnow, Pomerania, May 29, 1851; educated at the gymnasium at Stolp and at the University of Berlin (M.D. 1875). In 1876 he established himself as a physician in Berlin, receiving...
PALEY, JOHN – American journalist; born Feb. 6, 1871, at Radoszkowice, government of Wilna, Russia. After receiving the usual education, he attended the Talmudical colleges of Minsk, Volosin, and Libau. In 1889 he emigrated to New York,where...
PAOLI, BETTY (BARBARA ELISABETH GLÜCK) – Austrian poetess; born at Vienna Dec. 30, 1814; died at Baden, near Vienna, July 5, 1894. Her father, a physician, died when she was very young; and, the family being left in very poor circumstances, Betty Paoli was compelled to...
PASCHKIS, HEINRICH – Austrian pharmacologist; born at Nikolsburg, Moravia, March 21, 1849; educated at Vienna University (M.D. 1872). He was appointed assistant at the university hospital, and in 1883 became privat-docent in pharmacology.Paschkis is...
PEREIRA, JONATHAN – English physician and medical writer; born in London May 22, 1804; died there Jan. 20, 1853. He was educated at the Aldersgate General Dispensary and at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, graduating as apothecary in 1823, and receiving...
PFEFFERKORN, JOHANN (JOSEPH) – His anti-Jewish Writings. German convert to Christianity; born 1469; died after 1521. According to Grätz, he was a butcher by trade and illiterate, although his writings seem to disprove this, and he was thrown into prison by...
PHILIPPE, ÉDOUARD SYLVAIN – French playwright; born at Paris April 18, 1840. Educated for a commercial career, he was engaged in business for more than twelve years, when, in 1869, he abandoned it for music. In the Franco-Prussian war he saw active service...
PHILIPPI, FRIEDRICH ADOLF – Lutheran theologian; born at Berlin Oct. 15, 1809; died at Rostock Aug. 29, 1882. He was the son of a wealthy Jewish banker, a friend of Mendelssohn. Converted to Christianity in 1829, he studied philosophy and theology at...
PHILIPPSON – German family made distinguished by Ludwig Philippson, the founder of the "Allgemeine Zeitung des Judenthums"; it traces its descent back to Jacob Joshua, author of "Pene Yehoshua'," 1754.Alfred Philippson: German geologist;...
PHILIPSON, DAVID – American rabbi; born at Wabash, Ind., Aug. 9, 1862; educated at the public schools of Columbus, Ohio, the Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati (graduated 1883; D.D. 1886), the University of Cincinnati (B.A. 1883), and Johns...
PICK, ALOIS – Austrian physician, medical author, and dramatist; born at Karolinenthal, near Prague, Bohemia, Oct. 15, 1859. He studied medicine at the universities of Prague and Vienna (M.D., Prague, 1883). The same year he joined the...
PICK, ARNOLD – Austrian psychiatrist; born at Gross-Meseritsch, Moravia, July 20, 1851; educated at Berlin and Vienna (M.D. 1875). He became assistant physician at the lunatic asylum at Wehnen, Oldenburg (1875), and at the state asylum at...
PICK, PHILIPP JOSEPH – Austrian dermatologist; born at Neustadt, Bohemia, Oct. 14, 1834. He studied natural sciences and medicine at Vienna (M.D. 1860) and acted as assistant in several university hospitals. In 1868 he removed to Prague and became...
PINNER, ADOLF – German chemist; born at Wronke, Posen, Germany, Aug. 31, 1842; educated at the Jewish Theological Seminary at Breslau and at the University of Berlin (Doctor of Chemistry, 1867). In 1871 he became privat-docent at the University...
POCOCK, EDWARD – English Christian Orientalist and theologian; born at Oxford Nov. 8, 1604; died there Sept. 12, 1691. He studied Oriental languages at Oxford and elsewhere; was chaplain of the English "Turkey Merchants" in Aleppo from 1630 to...
POLITZER, ADAM – Austrian aurist; born at Alberti-Irsa, Hungary, Oct. 1, 1835; studied medicine at the University of Vienna, receiving his diploma in 1859 and becoming assistant at the university hospital. Politzer established himself as a...
POPPER, SIEGFRIED – Austrian naval constructor; born at Prague 1848. Educated at the polytechnic high schools of Prague and Carlsruhe, he worked for two years in machine-shops and then entered (1869) the Austrian navy as assistant constructor. In...