Józef Pawlikowski

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Józef Pawlikowski (born 1767 near Piotrków - 1828 in Warsaw) was a Polish noble (from an impoverished noble family) and political activist. One of the Polish Jacobins; secretary of Tadeusz Kościuszko in 1795 in France. An independence activist in Congress Poland, he was arrested in 1826 and died in prison in 1828.