Russian archive: a historical and literary collection published at the Chertkovsky library. - Moscow: University Printing House (Katkov and K °), 1863-1917. - The publication was discontinued in 1917 on number 2/3. Another title is also: The Russian Archives, published by Peter Bartenev. The Russian Archives is a historical and literary collection, published in Moscow from 1863 to 1917 yy., at the Chertkovsky library. Founded by Peter Ivanovich Bartenev - historian and literary critic, director of the Chertkovsky library. The collection was published by numbers (notebooks), 12 issues per year. The numbers were combined into books, the number of numbers in the book in different years was different: 2, 3, 4. The annual issue books were sometimes reprinted. Archival documents and materials reflecting the history of Russia of the 18th-19th centuries, literary works, memoirs were published on the pages of the Russian Archive.
I. Bartenev, Peter Ivanovich (1829-1912). Ii. Chertkov Library (Moscow) .1. Domestic serials and continuing publications (collection). 2. Russia - History - Compilations.
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[G. 15] 1877, [Vol. 3], No. 10. - Lebedev Printing House, 1877. -  p. - Contains: Letters of Princess Ekaterina Nikolaevna Orlova (1776) / reported to N. P. Baryshnikov. Diary of Count Alexei Grigorievich Bobrinsky, kept in the Cadet Corps and during his travels in Russia and abroad (1779-1786). Anecdotes of the last century. Moscow old days. Gogol and Kukolnik at the Nezhin Gymnasium of Higher Sciences: an article by L. Macievich (p. 191-194 [scans 81-84]), [and others]. - Bibliography in footnotes and in the text.
1. N.V. Gogol (collection). 2. Russia in the faces (collection).
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