Pezarovius Pavel Pavlovich( Philanthropy)
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Biography Pezarovius Pavel Pavlovich
(1776 - 1847), was born in Wolmar, graduated from the course at the University of Jena, he served in the committee drafting the laws and the Justice College. World War II in 1812 brought in Pezaroviuse desire to help victims of war, the sick and wounded who returned to St. Petersburg. For this purpose, without any means and a plan, P. planned to publish the newspaper "Russian Invalid", so that all income from the publication, after expenses, to use on SUPPORT disabled soldiers' widows and orphans ". The first issue, the publication of which took over Plouchard, released February 1, 1813. Filled newspapers P. almost exclusively own articles. By the end of the first month to the editor received 2,160 rubles. Proceedings from the theater of military action that SP, through its employee-censors, placed in their own earlier than they appeared in other newspapers, gave the "Russian Invalid" great interest in the eyes of readers subscribed greatly increased. Large donations were flooding into the hands of AP, prompted him in 1813 to form the inviolable invalids capital, amounting to one year 395 000 rubles. This capital P. passed in 1814 in the Committee established by Alexander I of the wounded, of which he was appointed. During the editing of the newspaper, which lasted until 1821, P. conveyed to the committee ruble 1032424. In 1833 Pezarovius was appointed president of the St. Petersburg Evangelical Consistory. Since 1830, the editorship of "Russian Invalid", has made a very hollow, re-turned to AP, who carried these duties until his death. In addition to articles in the "disabled", P. published: "Christiche Katechismusubung, nach Grundlage des kleinen Katechismus Dr. Martin Luther "(St. Petersburg, 1820)," Ein Wort der Wahrheit uber die Schmahschrift: Meine Verfolgung in Russland, von Karl Limmer "(Leipzig, 1823). Wed. S.N. Shubinsky "Forgotten Philanthropist" (St. Petersburg, 1896). V. B.