Andrey Razumovsky Kirillovich( Serene Highness, the diplomat.)
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Biography Andrey Razumovsky Kirillovich
1752 - 1836
Having the same with his brother Alexei education, Razumovsky in 1769. was sent to the Gulag to the admiral Spiridova and participated in the battle Chesme. In 1772. begins his court office, and its influence on the Tsarevich Paul Petrovich, who worried a lot of Catherine II, я-п¦яTпTп¦яTя¬я¦ in 1776. Razumovsky even remove from the court, after 3 years she was appointed ambassador to Naples. Here Razumovskii soon become the location of the all-powerful Queen Maria Carolina, but he obeyed her influence, thus violating the instructions of the Empress. In 1784, Mr.. He was transferred to Copenhagen, two years later - in Stockholm. His actions here, and especially dispatches detailing the then situation of Sweden, Catherine II was very pleased and in 1790, Mr.. was appointed "minister to the King of Bohemia, the Hungarian" Vienna. The first dispatches from Vienna Razumovsky Empress was satisfied; in 1792, Mr.. with his help was renewed agreement between Russia and Austria, many fell to his share of trouble on the second and third partition of Poland. But its further action, as a result of convergence with Thugut, called at the beginning of the Italian expedition Suvorov's appointment as an assistant Rasumovski Kolycheva. After the defeat of Rimsky-Korsakov in Zurich Rasumovski Paul I ordered to leave Vienna and to live in Baturin, then Razumovsky was appointed a senator. Alexander I in 1801, Mr.. again appointed him ambassador to Vienna. During the Napoleonic wars Rasumovski had great difficulty to bring wavering to the opening of hostilities against France, the Austrian Government. After the Peace of Tilsit Razumovsky retired and stayed in Vienna, dealing primarily a device of his famous art gallery and no less famed musical evenings. In 1813, Mr.. He joined the entourage of the Emperor Alexander during the campaign in France, in early 1814, Mr.. was appointed a commissioner for the peace negotiations, for participation in the Congress of Vienna awarded the princely title. From 1815, Mr.. until his death Razumovsky lived mainly in Vienna, in constant need of money, which could not meet and often government subsidies. Influenced by his second wife, Countess Tyurgeym, a few years before his death, he adopted Catholicism. In Vienna, his ironically named "Erzherzog Andreas". Wed. Prince A. Vasilchikov "Family Razumovsky" (Volume III and IV, St. Petersburg., 1882 - 87).