- Russia. Caucasian Committee. According to the Highly Endorsed Representation of Adjutant General Neidgart about the permission of the Pyatigorsk 1st Guild merchant Ulukhanov to open a parish school in the Armenian aul, for the Kuban, against the strengthening of Prochno-Okopsky, for teaching the children of the aul to Russian and Armenian languages. Immediately, information about the construction of the church and the establishment of fairs in the aul. 1844-1846.Russia. Caucasian Committee. On the release of money from the State Treasury to pay teachers of the Georgian language and teachers of the Armenian and Tatar faiths to Caucasian and Transcaucasian natives who are brought up in various educational institutions of St. Petersburg and Moscow, as well as textbooks, books, etc. 1887-1849. < / td>Russia. Caucasian Committee. About the arrival and expenditure of the sums that are issued from the Main Treasury for the maintenance of students of the St. Petersburg University from the Caucasian pupils, as well as for the salaries of the teachers of the Georgian, Armenian and Tatar languages, designated for training Caucasian pupils in local languages and teachers of the Armenian-Gregorian and Moslem faith . 1849.Russia. Caucasian Committee. On the definition for all educational institutions in St. Petersburg, where the Caucasian pupils are located, by the teachers of the languages: Georgian - Chubinov, Armenian - Beroev and Tatar - Budagov and the scribe of the Armenian-Gregorian confession of Archimandrite Syvarov, as well as the appointment of time for teaching in educational institutions. 1849-1858.Russia. Caucasian Committee. On the leave from the Uyezd Treasury for the maintenance of an official of the Chancellery of the Caucasian Committee, who is in Moscow to supervise the Caucasian pupils studying there, and to pay the teachers of the local languages and the teachers of the Armenian-Gregorian and Muslim faiths there for 1850.1849.
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- Russia. Council of Ministers. According to the views of the MNE: Dumas on providing pupils with 4 private secondary educational institutions, held by noble societies of the Baltic provinces, the right to take certain final examinations in German; on the telegram of the priest Okhotsk about the permission of teaching of arithmetic in educational institutions of the Warsaw educational district in the Polish and Lithuanian languages. 1908.Russia. Council of Ministers. On the establishment of the teaching of the Russian and Church Slavonic languages for the educational institutions of the Warsaw Academic District, the introduction of teaching history and geography in the Russian language and limiting the admission of teachers of Polish descent to educational institutions. 1908.Russia. Council of Ministers. Notes, reports, codes of legalization, drafts and other materials to the cases in Finland, which were considered in 1882-1893, transferred to the Chancellery of the Council of Ministers by Rear Admiral Heiden, son b. the Finnish governor-general, on: the general direction of Russian state policy in Finland; on the use of Finnish and Swedish; on the management of the provinces of Finland; The codification of the basic laws of Finland. 1909.Russia. Council of Ministers. On the exemption from competitive examinations in the Russian language for admission to higher technical educational institutions of persons who have graduated from private Polish secondary schools, and Austrian, Hungarian and German subjects of Slavic origin who graduated from secondary schools in Germany and Austria-Hungary. 1916.
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