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Mikołaj Daniłowicz

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Mikołaj Daniłowicz
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Coat of armsSas
Bornc. 1558
Died30 May 1624
ConsortHelena Uchańska h. Radwan
Piotr Daniłowicz
Jan Daniłowicz
Franciszek Daniłowicz
Zofia Daniłowicz
Stanislaw Daniłowicz
Mikolaj Daniłowicz
Izabela Daniłowicz
Anna Daniłowicz
FatherStanisław Daniłowicz
MotherKatarzyna Tarło

Mikołaj Daniłowicz (c. 1558 – 30 May 1624) was a Polish–Lithuanian nobleman and politician. He was Castellan of Lviv from 1614, Treasurer of the Crown Court from 1610, Grand Treasurer of the Crown from 1617, Speaker of the Sejm in 1593, amongst many other positions as governors of various states.

Educated in 1581 at the University of Dillingen, he went to Sweden during the rule of Sigismund III Vasa. He took part in the Jan Zamoyski expedition and during the Zebrzydowski rebellion took the side of the ruler. In 1607 he was envoy to Turkey.

In 1621 he erected a manor house in Warsaw, destroyed during the Swedish invasion, and was rebuilt as the Zaluski Library ( Bibliotekę Załuskich).[1]

His son, Jan Mikołaj Daniłowicz, also served as Grand Treasurer of the Crown. His brother Jan Daniłowicz was the grandfather of King Jan III Sobieski.



  1. ^ Chrościcki, Juliusz A.; Rottermund, Andrzej (1978). Atlas of Warsaw's architecture. Arkady. Retrieved 4 November 2011.


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