A despatch of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, N. P. Rumyantsev, to the envoy of Russia in Constantinople, A.Ya. Italinsky [Case]: October 16/28, 1812, St. Petersburg. - 1812. - L. 246-247. - (Embassy Fund in Constantinople, Inventory 517). - Written by hand, ink. Text on Russian. . Without a reg. and tit. l. Reports on the release of Russian troops in Moscow. "On the occasion of the return of Moscow and the victory over the enemy, a solemn prayer was held in the Kazan Cathedral in the presence of their imperial majesty and all the highest names." His Imperial Majesty the Most Gracious, while pleased with the words of General Marshal Mikhail Larionovich Golenishchev-Kutuzov's sword , richly decorated with diamonds ... "
1. Power (collection). 2. Patriotic War of 1812 (collection). 3. The Patriotic War - Moscow, the city - 1812 - Documents and materials.
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Source of electronic copy: WUA RI Original location: WUA RI F. Office of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Op. 468. D. 56.