T. 1 (Parts 1 and 2). - 1861. - XVIII, 283,  c.,  l. portraiture. - Korff MA Life of Count Speransky. St. Petersburg, 1861. T. 1. Speransky Mikhail Mikhailovich (1772-1839) - Earl, Russian statesman and political thinker. Stas-secretary of Alexander I (since 1807); State Secretary (since 1810); from 1819 - Governor-General of Siberia; from 1838 - Chairman of the Department of Laws of the State Council. Since 1826, under the leadership of Speransky, codification of laws was carried out, resulting in a multi-volume Complete Collection of Laws of the Russian Empire (1830). In his activity Speransky was guided by the ideas of the European Enlightenment. The upper strata of Russian society perceived Speransky's projects as too radical, and, ultimately, the reforms proposed by him were not implemented. Modest Andreevich Korf (1800-1876) - Earl, statesman, historian, honorary member of the Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1852). Here is presented only the first volume in two parts, describing the life and activities of Gr. M.M. Speransky to opals, which came in 1812. The second volume set out the events, beginning with the disgrace of Speransky before his service under Nicholas I and death in 1839. One of the most authoritative and complete pre-revolutionary biographies of Speransky
1. Speransky, Mikhail Mikhailovich (1772 - 1839) - Biographies. 2. Power (collection). 3. Russia in the faces (collection).
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