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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) Pavlo Mikhnovych (Ukrainian: Павлюк Павло Михнович; Polish: Paweł Michnowicz; also known as Pavel Pavluk; died 1638) was a colonel in Registered Cossacks (реєстрові козаки) аnd self-appointed hetman, as well as a leader of a peasant rebellion (the Pawluk Uprising) in Left-bank Ukraine and Zaporizhia. The rebellion against the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was sparked by several Cossacks expelled from the Cossack Registry. Mikhnovych ordered the captured commanders of the Registered Cossacks to be executed and issued a declaration, in which he proclaimed a fight against the masters. Defeated by the forces of Mikołaj Potocki in the Battle of Kumejki in 1637, he was brought to Warsaw, tried and executed. The remnants of his forces capitulated near Borowica soon afterwards. He was succeeded in his command of Registered Cossacks by colonel Ilyash Karaimovich. This Ukrainian biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e