Alexander I (1777–1825)
Alexander I (1777–1825)
- Zotov, Raphael Mikhailovich (1795-1871). Alexandria, or the Collection of Noteworthy Sayings of Emperor Alexander I, during his stay in Paris. With a brief description of the military operations of the Russian army and its allies, until the restoration of Ludovig XVIII on the throne of France, and the news of the last moments of the life of General Moreau. St. Petersburg: in the printing house of the Imperial Theater, 1818.
- Life, the famous deeds and memorable sayings of the Emperor Alexander I, depicting the high firmness of the spirit, generosity, mercy, piety, military valor and the virtues that set him on the throne of the great Monarchs. Moscow: in the printing house of P. Kuznetsov, 1826-1827.
Part 2: Part 2. 1827.Life, the famous deeds and memorable sayings of Emperor Alexander I, depicting the high hardness of the spirit, generosity, mercy, piety, military valor and other virtues, placing it on the chron of the great monarchs. Moscow: Typography of P. Kuznetsov, 1826-1827.
Part 3: Includes the Anecdotes and the landmark sayings of the late Emperor. 1827.
- Evgraf (Muzalevsky-Platonov, Euthymius, c.1768-1809). A word on the high-crowning day of the coronation and holy chrismation of His Majesty, the pious Emperor Alexander Pavlovich, the autocrat of the All-Russian and his wife, the pious Empress Elizabeth Alekseevna, speaking to the ordained priest and preaching the word of God, and rectifying the post of rector of the Alexander Nevsky Academy, Moscow diocese , Volokolamsky Joseph Monastery Archimandrite, Trinity Sergius Lavra Seminary Rector Evgraf, in St. Petersburg the Kazan Cathedral, 1808 year. In St. Petersburg: Under the Holy...
- Hieronymus (Ponyatsky, -1802). Speech to His Imperial Majesty, the pious, autocratic, great sovereign Emperor Alexander Pavlovich with the most merciful His Imperial Majesty with the highest imperial surname visiting the stauropegic Voskresensky Monastery, New Jerusalem named monastery, spoken of by the same monastery Archimandrite Jerome, 1801 October 6 day. Moscow: in the Provincial Printing Office of A. Reshetnikov, 1801.Morozov, Ivan Grigorievich Image of His Imperial Highness Sovereign Grand Duke Nicholas Pavlovich on the occasion of the march of his Kiev province and through the town of Smelyoe in the Novorossiysk region on June 4, 1816; Message to His Majesty the King of Prussia Friedrich Wilhelm III at the dedication of the monument of faith, written on the occasion of the stay of the Emperor Alexander the First in Kiev; Monument to the triumph of faith in the city of Kiev.
Moscow: In the typography of S. Selivansky, 1826.
- Documents relating to the last months of life and the death in the Bose of the reposed sovereign of Emperor Alexander Pavlovich, left after the death of the wagon master General of the General Staff Afanasy Danilovich Solomko, who was attached to the person of the sovereign without interruption for 11 years - from 1814 to 1825, and several letters relating to funeral in the Bose resting Empress Elizabeth Alexeevna.
St. Petersburg: Printing house of the Naval Ministry, 1910.Filaret (Drozdov, Vasily Mikhailovich, Metropolitan of Moscow and Kolomna, 1782-1867). The word on the occasion of the transfer through Moscow of the body in the bosom of the deceased sovereign emperor Alexander Pavlovich of all Russia, spoken in the Cathedral Archangel Cathedral by the synodal member Filaret, Archbishop of Moscow, February 4 days, 1826. Moscow: In the Synodal Printing House, 1826.
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