Russian archive. G. 28 1890, [book. 2], No. 6

Russian archive: a historical and literary collection published at the Chertkov Library. - Moscow: University Press (Katkov and Co.), 1863-1917. -
The publication was discontinued in 1917 for No. 2/3.
Another title also: Russian archive published by Peter Bartenev.
"Russian archive" is a historical and literary collection published in Moscow from 1863 to 1917 the Chertkov Library. It was founded by Peter Ivanovich Bartenev - historian and literary critic, director of the Chertkov Library. The collection was published with numbers (notebooks), 12 issues per year. Numbers were combined in books, the number of numbers in the book in different years was different: 2, 3, 4. Annual issue books were sometimes reprinted. The pages of the "Russian Archive" published archival documents and materials reflecting the history of Russia XVIII-XIX centuries, literary works, memoirs .
I. Bartenev, Peter Ivanovich (1829-1912). II. The Chertkov Library (Moscow) .1. Domestic serials and continuing editions (collection). 2. Russia - History - Collections.
ББК 63.3 (2) я4я5
Electronic copy source: PB
Location on the original: ГПИБ
G. 28 1890, [book. 2], No. 6. - University Press, 1890. - [180] p. -
Contains: KF Ryleev: Historical and literary biographical sketch of A. N. Sirotinin. Boyar feeding: a critical investigation by PD Golohvastov (on the articles of DI Ilovaysky and VO Klyuchevsky) (c. 209-247). From memories of my life. The Dargin Campaign 1844 / [op.] Baron AP Nikolai. Letter from Prince P. A. Vyazemsky to the Emperor Nikolai Pavlovich. 1829. New evidence about the reign of Catherine the Great, [and other materials]. - Bibliography in footnotes and in the text.
1. Klyuchevsky, Vasily Osipovich (1841-1911) - Historical views - Collections. 2. Power (collection). 3. VO Klyuchevsky (collection). 4. The people (the collection). 5. Russia - History - Collections.
ББК 63.3 (2) я43
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Original book: РГПУ им. A. I. Herzen
Publisher Университетская типография
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