Herald of Europe. G. 19 1884, v. 3, [bk. 5/6, May / June]

Herald of Europe. - G. 1 1866 (March 9) - G. 53 1918. - St. Petersburg, 1866-1918. -
In the subhead: 1866-1867 - Journal of Historical and Political Sciences; 1868-1909 - Journal of History, Politics, Literature; 1910-1917 - Journal of Science, Politics, and Literature, founded by MM Stasyulevich in 1866
Place of publication: 1866-1914 St. Petersburg; 1914-1918 Petrograd.
Editor-publisher (until 1908) M. M. Stasyulevich, from 1909 to 1916 - Professor M. M. Kovalevsky; In 1914, the journal was led by three co-editors - KK Arseniev, Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky and the scientist-economist AS Posnikov, from 1916 to 1918 - D. D. Grimm and DN Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky, with the participation of K K. Arsen'eva and A. S. Posnikova.
From 1866 to 1868 there were 4 volumes per year, from 1869 - monthly.
Until 1909 the signature of the publication also indicated serial numbers, years and volumes, continuing the account of the years and volumes of the previous journal published by NM Karamzin in 1802-1830.
It is published since March 9, 1866.
"The Bulletin of Europe" - the domestic literary and political and historical He continued the tradition of the eponymous magazine founded in 1802 by N. M. Karamzin. In the magazine, priority was given to history and politics. Well-known scientists and publicists were published: KA Timiryazev, IM Sechenov, V. Yu. Skalon, II Mechnikov, SM Soloviev, KD Kavelin, AF Koni, E. K. Rapp, AN Veselovsky, AN Pypin, DN Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky, FF Zelinsky, FF Martens, KK Arseniev, AS Khakhanov and others. In the literary department - IS Turgenev, IA Goncharov, AN Ostrovsky, PD Boborykin, VS Soloviev, ME Saltykov-Shchedrin, as well as articles on financial and economic issues and the journalism of GB Iollos, AF Zhokhov, AV Zhirkevich, P. H. Schwanebach .
I. Stasyulevich, Mikhail Matveyevich (1826-1911). II. Kovalevsky, Maxim Maksimovich (1851-1916). III. Arseniev, Constantine Konstantinovich (1837-1919). IV. Ovsyaniko-Kulikovsky, Dmitry Nikolayevich (1853-1920) .1. Domestic serials and continuing editions (collection). 2. Russian language (collection). 3. General history - Periodicals. 4. Russia - History - until 1917 - Periodicals. 5. Historical journals - Russia - 19-20 centuries.
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G. 19 1884, v. 3, [bk. 5/6, May / June]. - 1884. - 876 p. -
On the avantigue, the gross numbering: G. 48 - Volume 281. - 1/13 May 1884.
On the title page also: one hundred and seventh volume.
Contents: The history of one volost: essays from the life of the Volga provincial backwater : I-III, IV-V / VI Nazariev. Field mail during the war of 1877-78. : from memories: IX-XIV / VD Krenke. Russian science and the national question in the XVIIIth century: I, II / AN Pypin. The Chronicle. Peasant elections in the vowels of district zemstvo meetings / AD Gradovsky. Internal review. Newspaper rumors about a new mail order for Russian periodicals. Present position of the school of literacy. Its relation to a normal zemstvo school, [and others]. Circular letter of IS Turgenev, with the "Draft Program of the Society for the Spread of Literacy and Initial Learning". From the public chronicle. The importance of classicism in Western Europe and in our country. "Rus" about city self-government, [and others]. The Chronicle. State land-owning credit / F.F. Voroponov. Foreign Review. Remarks in the speech of Prince. Bismarck about Russian society and the excess of students in Russia. Relations between the German Chancellor and the Socialists and the Workers, [and others]. - The MOGNB copy is defective. There are no pages 273-326, 641-650, 695-740. - MOGNB copy without cover.
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