Life and military exploits of the general-field marshal, the most brilliant prince Mikhail Ilarionovich Golenishchev-Kutuzov-Smolensk. : With a description of the pedigree of his name, a portrait and a plan of the battle of Borodino. : With the addition of a spoken word, Archimandrite Filaret at the burial of his lordship's body in the presence of their imperial highnesses. - Sankt-Petersburg: In the printing house of the Military Ministry, 1813. - , 376 pp.,  f. yl. ; 8 ° (20 cm). - There are two var. set with. 63 - 64. The discrepancies begin with the latter. string with. 63. Var. 1: Having brought with them prisoners: 1 sub-; var. 2: Having brought with him a captivity. The text is identical. - A set of this ed. Used also for the preparation of book. : Historical notes on the life and military exploits of the general-field marshal of the lightest prince ML. Golenishchev-Kutuzov (St. Petersburg, 1813). In one of the copies. RSL have both tit. l. - Gravity. cutter AM. Shelkovnikov. - Il. - The position plan for the village of Borodino near the city of Mozhaisk, August 26, 1812. - Cens .: I.О. Timkovsky, 5, June 6, 1813 - The last column is wrong: 396. - There are a footnote. note. - On with. 5 - 6: Notification from publishers. - Consolidated catalog of the Russian book 1801-1825. - On with. 339 - 376: The word spoken in the presence of their imperial highnesses of the princes of the Grand Dukes Nikolai Pavlovich and Mikhail Pavlovich at the coffin of the general-field marshal, the lightest prince Mikhail Larionovich Golenishchev-Kutuzov-Smolensk. / [Filaret (Drozdova)].
1. Kutuzov, Mikhail Illarionovich (1745 - 1813). 2. Power (collection).
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