Materials on judicial reform in Russia in 1864. [T. 27]. Assumptions about the structure and duties of justices of the peace, in...

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Materials on judicial reform in Russia in 1864: [Vol. 1-74]. - St. Petersburg, 1857-1866. - (Projects of the Second Section of His Own Imperial Majesty's Office). -
Reference information is established by the publication: Zarudnyi SI "The Case of the Transformation of the Judicial Section in Russia" // Dzhanshiev GA The basis of the judicial reform (to the 25th anniversary of the new court): historical and legal studies. Moscow, 1891. 364 p. Appendix: p. 1-52 .
I. Russia. Own His Imperial Majesty's Chancery. Branch (2). II. Russia. State Chancellery. Power (collection). 2. Judicial reform - Russia - 1864 - Documents and materials.
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[T. 27]: Assumptions about the structure and duties of the Justices of the Peace, in development of the main provisions, Highest approved on September 29, 1862 / were drafted by the employee in the II Department of His Own Imperial Majesty's Chancellery, S. Schulz. - St. Petersburg: in the Printing House of the II Department of the Own EI V. Chancery, 1863. - [2], II, 164 p. -
A copy from the Main Russian Fund of the NSS RGIA with the title: Materials on the Transformation of the Judicial Section. T. 26. Assumptions about the structure and duties of the Justices of the Peace, in development of the main provisions, Highest approved on September 29, 1862. On the title page handwritten litter pencil: XXVI .
I. Shipov-Shultz, Sergei Antonovich (1837-1910) .1. Power (collection). 2. Judicial reform of 1864 (collection). 3. Judicial reform - Russia - 1864 - Documents and materials. 4. Judicial proceedings - Russia - 19th century. - Documents and materials.
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Location on the paper: RGIA F. 1 B. Op. 1. D. 82414.
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