Gross, Christian Friedrich( Academy of the Department moralistic philosophy)
Comments for Gross, Christian Friedrich
Biography Gross, Christian Friedrich
a native of Wurtemberg, a student at Tubingen University, arrived in St. Petersburg together with Vilfingerom in 1725, Mr.. and the following year was appointed professor. In 1728, Mr.. Academy of Sciences have been published "St. Petersburg Vedomosti, which, according to Mueller, Gross was in the first six months of their publication. In 1731, Mr.. Gross left the academy since he was appointed Secretary of the Embassy of Brunswick-Wolfenbц╪ttel blankenburgskogo-yard in St. Petersburg. Using the power of attorney, Count Osterman, he sometimes, on his behalf, wrote to various business papers. Ascending the throne, Elizabeth, . with the Count Osterman has been brought to justice and Gross, . as found was writing it handy paper - Extracts from the report of the intrigues of the Marquis de la Shetardi, . Osterman, which would provide the regent Anna Leopoldovna,
. Even before the case shot himself Gross (1742). Gross manuscripts are stored in the academic library. Wed. Pekarsky, "Historical Imperial Academy of Sciences" (t. I, St. Petersburg, 1870); his own, "Marquise de la Shetardi in Russia 1740 - 42" (St. Petersburg, 1862). Gross's brother, Henry, served in the Russian embassy at Antioch Cantemir. Died in 1765. Russian at the rank of Minister Plenipotentiary in London. His biography in Bantysh-Kamensky: "Dictionary of memorable people of the Russian land" (St. Petersburg, 1847).