Neygebauer Martin( Educator Tsarevich Alexei, son of Peter I.)
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Biography Neygebauer Martin
The son of Danzig Burger, Neygebauer was educated at the University of Leipzig. Arriving in Russia, he in 1701, Mr.. was attached to the Tsarevich Alexei, to instruct him in moral sciences, "but soon became a hostile attitude towards other mentors prince," Zane, they are inconvenient to be at the Young Prince, who was badly should abstain ". In 1704, Mr.. He was dismissed from his post and retired educator in Germany, . which published an anonymous pamphlet: "Schreiben eines vornehmen deutschen Officiers an einem geheimen Rath eines hoben Potentaten wegen der ublen Handtierung der frem den Officiere so die Moscoviter in ibre Dienste locken",
. This brochure, . risuyuschaya abuse from Russian foreign officers and warned against income in the latest Russian service, . was many times perepechatyvaema (in St. Petersburg Public Library has, . but the publication in 1704, . four editions in 1705, . partly varying content),
. In Prussia and Saxony, in favor of Peter, was forbidden to address this brochure. She raised objections to the German one on behalf of Simon Petersen of Altona (1705), other (in 1706), belonging to Baron Gryuyssenu. Against these objections Neygebauer published two brochures, full of poisonous recriminations recruiters the German military in Russia, the accusations and ridicule against the Russian and Russian despotism. Entered the service of the Swedes, Neygebauer was Swedish ambassador in Constantinople, then Chancellor of Pomerania. The years of his birth and death unknown. - Wed. P. Pekarsky "Science and Literature under Peter the Great" (t. I, St. Petersburg, 1862).