The charter of the upbringing of two hundred noble maidens founded by Her Majesty the Empress Empress Catherine the Second autocrat All-Russian matter of the fatherland and protchaya, and protchaya, and protchaya: [Confirmed May 5, 1764 in Sarskoe village]. - In St. Petersburg: Under the Imperial Academy of Sciences, 1768. - 68, , , 54, ,  p., 1 l. yl. : ill. ; 4. - Printed by the order of Acad. arts with a circulation of 1,200 copies. - Frontispiece is engraved by G. F. Srebrenitsky in Fig. GI Kozlova. - Sat. works of I. I. Betsky. - The collection was printed in parts from October. 1768 to March 1769 - SK XVIII. - In addition to the "Charter", the collection includes individual titles. l. and pagination: "The establishment of a special school at the Resurrection Novodevichy Monastery for the education of young girls." When the Imp. Acad. Sciences, 1769.  p .; "Brief instruction selected from the best authors with some physical notes on the upbringing of children from their birth to youth." SPb .: Under the Imp. Acad. Sciences, 1768. 54,  p. ; At the end of Sat. on pp. [1-4]: "A brief explanation of iconological images ...", in which explanations are given to ill. book. 1 and 2.
1. Smolny Institute (St. Petersburg, city) - Statutes. 2. The people (the collection). 3. Power (collection). 4. Women's education - History - Russia - Documents and materials. 5. Education - History - Russia - Documents and materials.
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