Baranov, Nikolai Mikhailovich( administrative leader, Lieutenant-General, Senator)
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Biography Baranov, Nikolai Mikhailovich
(1837 - 1901). Educated in the sea cadet corps in 1854 - 58 years, served in the Navy. In 1858 - 61 years was in the service in the Russian society, shipping and trade. Then B. returned to the fleet, and the Russian-Turkish war of 1877 - 78 years, commanding a small steamer Vesta, "he said, he reports, after 6-hour battle June 11, 1877 forced to retire on damage to the Turkish battleship Vechta Bulen". In December of that year, B., commanding the steamer 'Russia', seized about Penderaklii Turkish steamer "Mersin" with troops. In these cases B. was awarded the Order of St.. George 4-th degree, the rank of captain I rank and rank of adjutant. However, later appeared in print instructions (Article captain-lieutenant, later a famous admiral Z.P. Christmas), that in its communique B. greatly exaggerated the results of the battle a little "West" with the Turkish battleship. B. was forced to leave in 1879, by order of naval vessels, naval service. At the request of Count Loris-Melikov B. was named a colonel and sent abroad in 1880 to oversee the organization of Russian revolutionaries. In early 1881 B. appointed by the Governor Kovensk. After March 1, 1881 he was entrusted with the responsible post of governor of St. Petersburg. B. actively engaged in the search for revolutionaries, . introduced examinations of passengers on the railways and some other similar events; among other, . to attract the protection of individuals from the population, . he established with the governor's special election, board of twenty-five (in the audience became known as "lamb of Parliament"), . not gave any results, and soon dissolved,
. B. very short time to remain in office and the governor of St. Petersburg in 1882 was moved by the Governor in Arkhangelsk, and in 1883 - in Nizhny Novgorod, where he remained until his appointment as a Senator in 1897. In Nizhny Novgorod B. forced to talk about myself very "decisive", but only less regular, actions, particularly in lean times and cholera in 1891 - 92 years.