Boutin P. Apollinaris( diplomat, member of the Council of State)
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Biography Boutin P. Apollinaris
Born in 1787, died in 1866, Mr.. His father, a poor landlord Kaluga province, he could not give him an education; Boutin received a superficial education at home in the family of a wealthy neighbor, landlord Ath. Nick. Goncharova. In 1802. He moved to St. Petersburg, and lived there, in anticipation of their careers, in the house of Field Marshal Prince NI. Saltykov. In 1804, Mr.. he joined the board of Foreign Affairs, is "in the translation office" in order Polenova; shortly after he became Secretary to the Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs of the graph AN. Saltykov, and in 1810, at the request of the latter, was moved to a ministerial office. In 1812, at the request of the same Saltykov, Apollinaris Petrovich was broken in the diplomatic office of chief of Prince Bagration, which was before the Battle of Borodino. Gradually moving forward on a diplomatic career, in 1830, Mr. Boutin. was appointed Ambassador and Minister Plenipotentiary at Constantinople, . where he successfully acted against the French diplomacy during the Polish uprising in 1831 and in 1832 led Porto to turn to Russia for help in the war with Turkey Megemetom Ali pashoyu Egyptian, . and in 1833, Mr.,
. signed in Hunkyar-Skelessi (Unkiar-Skelessi) famous treatise, that the Dardanelles were closed for the passage of foreign ships. In Constantinople Boutin stayed until 1842, and since 1843. was ambassador in Rome, where, despite strained relations in St. Petersburg to the Roman court, was able to inspire the confidence of the two popes, Gregory XVI and Pius IX, and conclude in 1847, together with Count Bludov, concordat. During the Roman Revolution, butenes remains permanently in Pii IX in Gaeta, even in the most critical moments of revolutionary excitement. After the Crimean campaign Boutin was again appointed ambassador to Constantinople, where he had a difficult task to restore good relations between Russia and Turkey, but in 1858. He returned to Russia. Frustrated health Buteneva forced to turn to foreign doctors. Boutin died in Paris in the summer of 1866. Lamartine, in his "Impressions de vojage en Orient", gives a tip about him: "Homme charmant et moral, philosophe et homme d'Etat". - His "Memoirs" published in "Russian Archive" 1881. A. E.