The legal bulletin: the edition of the Moscow legal society. - G. 1 1867, book. 1 (July) - G. 24 1892, V. 12. - Moscow, 1867-1892. - Editors: NV Kalachev (1867-1870), since 1872 - VN Leshkov and AM Fal'kovskii, since 1878 - VN Leshkov, MM Kovalevsky and S A. Muromtsev; from 1880 until the end of the main and permanent editor was SA Muromtsev, and as a second editor were different faces, often replaced (VN Leshkov, MM Kovalevsky, VA Goltsev, V. M Przewalski). The magazine without preliminary censorship was published in Moscow in 1867-1892 by the Moscow Law Society and in St. Petersburg (from 1860 to 1864 as an appendix to the Archive of Historical and Practical Information). He left the city from July 1867 to June 1868, after a six-month break in 1869, then ceased and resumed only in April 1871, after which he left regularly until the end of 1892. Back to text 186 / 1868-1877 Legal Gazette issued by the Moscow Law Society; 1877-1892 The legal bulletin. Subd: 1877-1892 The edition of the Moscow legal society. It turns out instead of "the Legal newspaper"
I. Kalachov, Nikolai Vasilyevich (1819-1885). II. Leshkov, Vasily Nikolaevich (1810-1881). III. Muromtsev, Sergey Andreevich (1850-1910). IV. Falkovsky, Adam Mikhailovich (? -1896). V. Kovalevsky, Maxim Maksimovich (1851-1916). VI. Moscow Law Society.
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G. 24 1892, v. 10, book. 3 (March). - 1892. - P. 339-496. - Contents: Phenomena of early depravity and crime in children and adolescents, their immediate causes and social significance / Dmitry Dril. The basic principles of the internal structure of the prosecutor's supervision: [continued] / N. Muraviev. State socialism according to the teachings of Wundt / M. V-ich. Sir Fredrik Pollock on the work of MM Kovalevsky: from reviews of foreign critics on the latest scientific works of the former professor of the Moscow University, M. M. Kovalevsky / N. S. Forced execution and simplified proceedings: (notes to the new laws) / V. Zavadsky. The Samara famine and its causes / I. Krasnoperov. Examination of the intellectual abilities of the accused / Igor Tyutryumov, and other materials. - Bibliography: p. 475-485 and in footnotes