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. - , 254,  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.  ed. reg. allegor. yl. (for an explanation of it, see the book on pages 245 - 250), on p.  ed. reg. monogram with initials of AK. The combined catalog of the Russian book 1801-1825
I. Feoktist (Ivan Mochulsky, archbishop of Kursk and Belgorod, 1729 (1732?) - 1818). II. Lopukhin, Ivan Vladimirovich (1756-1816). III. Kotelnitsky, Vasily Mikhailovich (1770-1844).