Gyuyssen Henry( German baron, JD)
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Biography Gyuyssen Henry
In 1702, through Patkul, the Russian government had invited him to the service to promote their views in the foreign press. To win public opinion in Europe in favor of Russia, . Gyuyssen translating government decrees, . polemic with the hostile views, . material delivered by German journalists, . raw and processed (in the "Europaische Fama" Rabenera, . and "Weltund Staats-Spiegel") and T,
. n. With the participation of Gyuyssena, incidentally, are two pamphlets: "Der Staat von Moscau" (1704) and "Relation von dem gegenwartigen Zustande des Moscowitischen Reichs" (1706). Last in the common form has formed a book: "Des grossen Herrens Czaars und Gross-Furstens von Moscau Petri Alexiewitz etc. Leben und Thaten "(1710). Pamphlet Neygebauera, disgrace the dignity of the Russian government and the Peter the Great in particular, has caused a printed resistance Gyuyssena: "Ausfurliche Beantwortung des freventlichen und lugenhaften Pasquils" and others (1705). In 1708 - 1709 he. Gyuyssen was a lot of diplomatic papers, among other things, the case of insulting Count Matveeva in London in 1713, Mr.. - Number of projects concerning the internal management of Russia (on the sneaks, colleges, post offices, schools, primogeniture, etc.). From 1703, Mr.. tutor of Tsarevich Alexei Petrovich Gyuyssen with him gone in 1710, Mr.. Germany fuss about his marriage with Princess Wolfenbiittel Leibniz and invited to a meeting with Tsar Peter in Torgau. The death of Peter the Great stayed out of work. He died in 1740, Mr.. in old age. Gyuyssenu also owns the Journal Tsar Peter I from 1695 to 1710 ", published in Tumansky in the" Assembly of different notes and writings "(Part III, VIII). It can be seen from the first edition of the Journal, or daily notes, Emperor Peter the Great ". Evaluation of this work Gyuyssena cm. in Shmurlo "Peter the Great in Russian literature" (St. Petersburg, 1889). Further details about the journalistic activity Gyuyssena collected from Pekarsky, "Science and Literature in Russia under Peter the Great" (Volume I; also in "Notes of the Fatherland" 1860, N 3). Wed. Golikov, "Acts of Peter the Great" (edition 2-e, III, 97 - 106). E. Shmurlo.