His Imperial Majesty, from the chief of the spiritual affairs of foreign confessions, is the most loyal report [on the establish...

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Golitsyn, Alexander Nikolayevich (1773-1844).    
His Imperial Majesty, from the chief of the spiritual affairs of foreign confessions, is the all-pervading report [on the establishment of the Bible Society in St. Petersburg: approved on December 6, 1812]. - [St. Petersburg, 1812]. - [2], 7 sec. ; 2 ° (35). -
At the end of the report and the project signature: Genuine signed: Prince Alexander Golitsyn. The project was made by an agent of the British Bible Society, pastor John Paterson.
Without a cover sheet and cover.
Contains also: on p. 1 - 7: The project on the establishment of the Biblical Society in St. Petersburg. - Consolidated Catalog of the Russian Book of 1801-1825
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I. Paterson, John (pastor, 1776-1855) .1. Alexander I (the emperor of Russia, 1777 - 1825). 2. Russian Biblical Society. 3. Synod in the history of Russian statehood (collection). 4. Power (collection). 5. The people (the collection).
BBK 63.3 (2) 5-37
BBK 86.372
An electronic copy source: RSL
Location of original copy: РГБ
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