Dobrovolsky, Ivan Ivanovich( journalist)
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Biography Dobrovolsky, Ivan Ivanovich
Born in 1849. He graduated from the course at the St. Petersburg Medico-Surgical Academy. He served as district doctor in Yaroslavl Province. Attracted in 1874. to the investigation in the case of revolutionary propaganda among the people ( "Case 193") Dobrovolsky after 3 1 / 2 years of pre-trial detention was sentenced to 9 years in prison (for "antigovernment conversations with the peasants"), . but at the same time a special presence of the Senate has sought to replace the reference to the punishment of the Tobolsk province,
. Application that was not honored. Dobrovolsky, released before the confirmation of sentence under strict police surveillance, he fled abroad, where he remained until an amnesty 1905. Published articles in journals and correspondence "Case", "common sense", "Observer", "Russian Thought", "Northern Herald" newspaper "the Order", "Russian Courier", "News" under different pseudonyms. In 1886. "News" and "observer" had to abandon cooperation Dobrovolsky, after the General Directorate of Press has learned that under a pseudonym hiding Denisova convicted political criminal. In 1886. is a regular contributor "Russian Gazette", which published a series of articles under the general headings: "From the Swiss Life," from science, "" From the Chronicles of discoveries and inventions. "