- Ode and various speeches and poems to the Holy Government of the All-Russian Synod, as well as other patrons and lovers of sciences, who were pleased to attend the Moscow Academy during public theological contests, from this academy in attest to the deepest respect and sincere zeal brought by the day of July 1775. [Moscow]: printed at the Imperial Moscow University, .Gorchakov, Mikhail Ivanovich (1838-1910). Analysis of the work of S. G. Runkevich: The history of the Russian church under the leadership of the Holy Synod T. 1. The establishment and initial arrangement of the Holy Government Synod. [(1721-1725 gg.). SPb., 1900, p. 425 + II]. St. Petersburg: Printing house of the Imperial Academy of Sciences, 1902.
- Report of the bishop of Nizhny Novgorod and Arzamas Moses from August 4, 1815 on receipt of the decree of St. Pr. Synod, about the meeting of the Nizhny Novgorod militia with the clergy and the installation of regimental banners over the coffin of Kozma Minin in the Nizhny Novgorod Cathedral of the Transfiguration of the Savior Cathedral.
1815.The Alexander Nevsky Lavra of the Synod.
Attitude of the Chief Procurator of St. Pr. Synod of Prince. AN Golitsyn June 2, 1814 Metropolitan of Novgorod and St. Petersburg Ambrose with a request to meet the clergy of the St. Petersburg militia at the St. Isaac's Cathedral and bring a thanksgiving prayer.
- Koni Anatoly Fedorovich, a lawyer, a writer, a member of the Academy of Sciences, chairman of the St. Petersburg District Court, a member of the State Council.
Letter from Sergius, archbishop of Finland and Vyborg, conducted. book. Konstantin Konstantinovich on the decisions of the Synod about the drama "The King of the Jews".
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