The cheerful voice of thanksgiving of the Moscow Muses to the All-sovereign monarch of the Rosses Alexander the First, solemnly pronounced in April of the 14th day, for the favor shown by His Imperial Majesty, the most gracious favor to them in the highest rescript to the heads of the University of Moscow from April 4, - Moscow: University printing house, 1801. - 19, 7, 10, 9, 11 p. : Fig. - Contains: Ode to His Imperial Majesty Alexander the First, in an expression of the most sincere gratitude from the Moscow University, which received the highest favor, the curator Paul Golenishchev-Kutuzov / Pavel Golenishchev-Kutuzov devotes with reverence to the University. All-Expected Accession to the All-Russian Imperial Throne ... / Khariton Chebotarev, prof. history, moralizing and eloquence. Tune, the muse is admired ... / Alexey Merzlyakov, bachelor. Ode to His Imperial Majesty the Great Sovereign Alexander Pavlovich, the autocrat of the All-Russia, on his glorious entrance to the throne / M. Kheraskov. His Imperial Majesty, Alexander the First, autocrat All-Russian / Nikolai Karamzin. Verses to His Imperial Majesty Alexander the First, autocrat of All Russia, upon accession to the throne / Vladimir Izmailov. Song of the Patriot to Alexander the First. - Each Ode, Poems ... and the Song of the Patriot has its own. tit. l. with the year of ed. 1801.
1. Alexander I (the emperor of Russia, 1777 - 1825) - in fiction Russian. 2. Power (collection). 3. Russian language (collection). 4. NM Karamzin (collection).
BBC 63.3 (2) 521.1-8Alexander I BBK 84 (2Рос = Рус) 1
Electronic copy source: PB Location on the original: ГПИБ