The fruit of the heart has fallen in love with the truth, or a collection of brief discourses about its essence, written with ar...

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Kovalkov, Alexander Ivanovich (1794-1852).
The fruit of the heart has fallen in love with the truth, or a collection of brief discourses about its essence, written with ardent love for her. : Russian composition. - Moscow: In the University Press, 1811. - [2], 254, [2] p. ; 8 ° (25 cm). -
On the gravel. tit. l. zagl. : Fetus of the heart,: Russian essay.
Cens. : В.О. Kotelnitsky, June 12, 1811
There is also an engraving. tit. l.
Preface. ed. (pp. 3 - 7) for the sub. IL [swelling]. The manuscript preface is cited. aut. and the works of Feoktist (Mochulsky). It is reported that, before engaging in literary activity, the author suffered a serious illness. Apparently, therefore, in a number of sources the book is designated as posthumous (see, for example, Gen. 2, p.404).
On grav. tit. l. portraiture. author with the signature: Young writer. He was born on July 8, 1794
Gravity. dotted line.
Ex. in ed. reg. On with. [1] ed. reg. allegor. yl. (for an explanation of it, see the book on pages 245 - 250), on p. [4] ed. reg. monogram with initials of AK.
The combined catalog of the Russian book 1801-1825
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I. Feoktist (Ivan Mochulsky, archbishop of Kursk and Belgorod, 1729 (1732?) - 1818). II. Lopukhin, Ivan Vladimirovich (1756-1816). III. Kotelnitsky, Vasily Mikhailovich (1770-1844).
Source of the electronic copy: RSL
Publisher в Университетской типографии
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