Ivanovo Andrey( writer, editor of the anthology 'Album northern muses'.)
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Biography Ivanovo Andrey
(1791, Smolensk - 22.V.1848, Belgium)
Of the nobility. He studied at the Smolensk school. In 1803, Mr.. recorded in the Smolensk clerks of the Exchequer, in 1808 g.sluzhil in the office of civil governor of Smolensk. The formation of literary taste and. influenced Glinok communication with family, neighbors of the estate, together with F.N. Glinka he experienced infatuation J.-M. Rousseau. In the journal "Russian Gazette" appeared the first printed statement and. (1814). Inspired by Peter the Great's era, and. recorded preserved in Smolensk bring pardon Peter I musketeer "rebels" helped N.A. Murzakevichu in collecting historical materials on the Smolensk. In "Russian Gazette" (1815. -? 12, 1816. -? 11, 1817. -? 1 / 2, 23/24, 1818. -? 5 / 6) appeared Landscape poems, messages and. In 1822, Mr.. moved to St. Petersburg, he served in the Commissariat Department of the Ministry Voennogno. In St. Petersburg, he established good relations with the AO. Kornilovich, A.P. Draft (in monasticism Anthony), AA. Bestuzhev-Marly, PhD. Ryleev, A.S. Griboyedov F.N. Bulgarin. In 1825, Mr.. II, while the court counselor, was appointed Secretary of the Commission of Inquiry on the case of the Decembrists. He was present at the interrogations dekabrisov, led protocols (preserved drawings, made during interrogation, apparently belonging to it). For works in the commission (for some time. was head of its Office) granted a lifetime pension. At the same time, I., a passionate lover of literature, reverent admirer of writers who sought to help the arrested A.S. Griboyedov, corresponded with the exiled F.N. Glinka and AO. Kornilovich, which has consistently supported, arranging his literary and financial affairs. At the end of the investigation (1826) and. stole from the affairs of autographs of works and letters Bestuzhev and Ryleeva, gave them to read a Friend. In 1828, Mr.. I. issued an "Album of the northern muses," one of the best anthologies 1820-ies. In 1826-27 he. served as an investigator for secret affairs, from 1828 - Secretary Benkendorf; Benckendorff instructed AND. explain A.S. Pushkin's reason for refusing the request to follow the Caucasus as part of the army. At the same time and. wrote a memoir about the meeting - with equal reverence for the Pushkin and Tsar. In 1829, Mr.. I. resigned from the army, marries the daughter of the governor of Smolensk and moved to his estate. In 1840-ies. I. - Honorary district school superintendent in Novorzheve (1840-45 gg.) While an official of the Ministry of Finance in Pskov.
Lit.: N.A. Murzakevich, historian of the city of Smolensk (sourcebook). - SPb., 1877. -P.68; Vatsuro VE, Gillelson MI. Through the "mental dams". - 2 ed. -M., 1986.