Pavlishchev Nikolai Ivanovich( Historian)
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Biography Pavlishchev Nikolai Ivanovich
(1801 - 79). Of the nobility Ekaterinoslav province, the son of a famous battle, Colonel Ivan P., a graduate of the Lyceum of Tsarskoe Selo. P. began service in the Ministry of Education: in 1820, Prince P.H. Wittgenstein took him to Tulchin, . where a few service classes allow him to do a translation of the treatise Folandzheri "The acts are not punishable" and some chapters from the "Philosophical Dictionary of Voltaire, . and from there dispatched him to two years to study in the archives, . public and fsa, . for retrieving documents on the history of Russian-Turkish wars,
. On leaving in 1825 to resign, P. friends with Alexander Pushkin, whose sister (cm. Pavlishchev) married, Baratynsky, Delwig, Pletnev, etc.. and took an active part in the "Literary Gazette" (translation). In 1831, entered into an interim government in the Kingdom of Poland and served there for 40 years, occupying a rather large post. He also was in charge of the periodical press and the editorial board of Russian and Polish "Warsaw Diary" to 1871 (Russian Warsaw Diary "to them was founded in 1864) was a member of the Board of Education in the Polish kingdom and the teacher (1838 - 51) Russian History, . Statistics and Geography,
. Of the works of P. best known: "Poland's history as a textbook" (Warsaw, . 1843, . a prize), . "Historical Atlas of Russia" (in 2 parts), . "The trip to Chervonnaya Rus" ( "Northern Bee", . 1847), . This article is valuable archaeological discovery - the remains of an ancient Cherven in der,
. The Red, Lublin province; "Warsaw letter to F. Buе-haryn "(ib., 1847 and 1849)," Daniel, King of Russian. Historical Sketch "(Chelm Greek Uniate mesyatseslov" in 1869, . 1870 and 1871), . "The Vienna trip Sobieski in 1683" (Saint-Petersburg, . 1876), . "Polish anarchy when Casimir and Yana war for Ukraine" (Saint-Petersburg, . 1878, . 3 hours), . "Week of the Polish revolt in 1861 - 64 years" (St. Petersburg, . 1887, . 2 hours), . "Armorial noble families of Polish Kingdom" (1853, . 2 hours) and "On the characterization of the Count of Berg" ( "Historical Journal", . 1887, . ? 5),
. Wed. L. Pavlishchev "From a family chronicle" ( "Historical Journal", 1896,? 9) and the preface to part I of the works of "Polish anarchy when Casimir and Yana war for Ukraine."