Perovskii Lev( Statesman.)
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Biography Perovskii Lev
(1792 - 1856)
. After graduating from the course at Moscow University, . kolonnovozhatym served in the retinue of His Majesty, . during the Second World War, was wounded and going to the civil service, . was a member of, . then vice-president of the Department of principalities, . Senator, . Deputy Minister of parts: in 1841 he was appointed Minister of the Interior to the conservation office assistant minister principalities,
. When it established a special office of the Minister, transformed medical advice, published (in 1846) a new provision on public management in St. Petersburg. In 1852 he was appointed Minister of principalities and manager of His Majesty, with the subordinate Academy of Fine Arts, Palace of the Moscow Architectural College and School of Art and Botanical Gardens. In 1855, during the formation of the hunters from the unit peasants Infantry Regiment of the Imperial family P. at the head of the regiment and renamed General of Infantry, and in 1856 complained to the Adjutant General. He owns a number of changes in management and device unit peasants. Quite significant was the activity of P. and commissions on the peasant question, which was the result of his "Note" (see. "Nineteenth Century" Bartenev). Recognizing the abolition of serfdom highly desirable, . He advised to liberate the peasants from the land (but, . not to "impoverish" the landlords), . the rights to raze them to the peasants and the state to act by a gradual change, . tentatively adopting measures to improve local governance and especially the rural police, . to the device and the equation of dues money and in kind, and to ensure national food,
. Zaveduya, since 1850, the Commission for the study of antiquities, P. arranged archaeological excavations at the vast amount. He made extensive collections of Greek antiquities and coins (transferred to the Imperial Hermitage), a rich collection of antique Russian silver (described by P. Saveliev in "Proceedings of the Imperial Russian Archaeological Society, t. I, No.. I) and Russian coins and medals (described in the Journal of the Ministry of National Education ", h. XCIV). V. P-in.