Divov Paul Gavrilivich( statesman)
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Biography Divov Paul Gavrilivich
(1765 - 1841). He served as a translator for the College of Foreign Affairs. Since 1790, Mr.. was with the faces, correcting various diplomatic missions for the Russian government, mainly in Sweden and Poland. In 1794, Mr.. was imprisoned by the Poles in Warsaw fortress, where he spent more than 9 months after release was involved in the liquidation of the Commonwealth. In 1805, Mr.. Divov was entrusted to the secret archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In the era of the Congress of Vienna and one hundred days in St. Petersburg Divov corrected all the ongoing work of his department. In 1819, Mr.. appointed Senator. In 1820 - 1831 he. almost every year and in 1838, Mr.. Divov as a senior member of the Council Minister of Foreign Affairs, during his absences manage the affairs of the Ministry of. In 1826, Mr.. as a senator was a member of the Supreme Criminal Court of the Decembrists. In March of that year Divov involved in an attempt senators I III Branch of the Department enter into direct relations with the sovereign, . bypassing the Procurator-General, . - Complaining of the illegality of the actions and disrespectful of the last reviews of senators (the so-called "incident with the package),
. Big conservative, an enemy of reform of Alexander I, and even weak innovation Nicholas Divov everywhere saw the destructive machinations of liberals and Poles. Hazardous he seemed Kochubei and Novosiltsev; sympathy for the slain Pushkin Society and even his attention to bulgarinskomu "Vyzhigin" he interpreted as evidence neblagonamerennosti. Sam Benckendorf it sometimes seems not particularly reliable. Hostility it belonged to the press and to the school. His paper "The narrative of the reign of Emperor Alexander I, for him alone to write" ( "Russian Antiquities", 1799, N 10) contains sharp opinions about the emperor and his reign. Has it been submitted to him, is unknown, written, apparently, shortly after Tilsit. Part of the Diary Divov, in French, published in "Russian Antiquities" (1897 - 1901 and 1903 years), it is - an important source for the time of Alexander and Nicholas. Especially his court coverage and service relationships and mood. Divov wrote a "Brief Guide to the conservation and replenishment of forests in Rossiyskom state" P. Divov (St. Petersburg, 1809). - Wed. "Russian Antiquities", 1897, N 3 (preface to the Diary Divov) and "History of the Senate, Volume III.