- Karamzin Nikolai Mikhailovich (1766-1826), writer, historian.
Letters from Alexander Dmitrievich Balashev, Governor-General of Ryazan, to NM Karamzin on March 17, 1816 and May 27, 1825, with a request to comment on the construction of the monument to Dmitry Donskoi and with the forwarding of the bestowed N.M. To the Karamzin of the Order.
- Karamzin Nikolai Mikhailovich (1766-1826), writer, historian. Film Karamzin, Nikolay Mikhailovich (1766-1826). Letter of NM Karamzin to Alexander I on October 17, 1819, in connection with the latter's intention to restore Poland's independence; the draft manifesto of Nicholas I on his accession to the throne, compiled by NM Karamzin, and the manifesto (a copy of the hand of N. M. Karamzin).Karamzin Nikolai Mikhailovich (1766-1826), writer, historian.
Letter from N. M. Karamzin to Emperor Nicholas I with gratitude for his family's pension.
Ref.: On the award of a pension: Rescript of Nicholas I to the Minister of Finance on the award of a pension to Nikolay Karamzin. Certified copy. May 13, 1826. 1 page. Russian State Historical Archives. F. 951 Op. 1 D. 4 https://www.prlib.ru/item/335919BENKENDORFI. ALOPEUSES. Shuvalov. Benckendorff Alexander Konstantinovich, count, ambassador in Denmark, England. 18 ?? - 1916. Benckendorff Konstantin, father of AK Benkendorf, military agent in Berlin, envoy at the Württemberg court. 1817-1858. Benckendorff Konstantin Khristoforovich, grandfather AK Benckendorff, Adjutant-General, participant in the Patriotic War of 1812, the Russian-Persian war of 1826-1828, the Russian-Turkish war of 1828-1829. 1785-1828. Alopeus Maxim Maximovich, a relative of Benckendorff, an envoy in Berlin. 1748-1822. Shuvalov Petr Pavlovich, justice of the...
Title on the folder: Letter from Karamzin (illegible) S. P. Benkendorf