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Count Nikolay Rumyantsev funded Russia's first naval circumnavigation under the joint command of Adam Johann von Krusenstern and Nikolai Rezanov in 1803 – 1806, and was instrumental in the outfitting of the voyage of the Riurik's circumnavigation of 1814 – 1816, which provided substantial scientific information on Alaska's and California's flora and fauna, and important ethnographic information on Alaskan and Californian ( among others ) natives.
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In August 1858 Bakunin received a visit from his second cousin, General Count Nikolay Muravyov-Amursky, who had been governor of Eastern Siberia for ten years.
Under the patronage of Tsar Alexander I, Count Nikolay Petrovich Rumyantsev and the Russian-American Company, Krusenstern led the first Russian circumnavigation of the world.
In 1815, Chamisso was appointed botanist to the Russian ship Rurik, fitted out at the expense of Count Nikolay Rumyantsev, which Otto von Kotzebue ( son of August von Kotzebue ) commanded on a scientific voyage round the world.
On promotion to lieutenant, Kotzebue was placed in command of an expedition, fitted out at the expense of the imperial chancellor, Count Nikolay Rumyantsev, in the brig Rurik.
On August 14, Count Nikolay Kamensky decided to use this numerical superiority to launch a new offensive.
Count Nikolay Pavlovich Ignatyev ( historical spelling Nicolai Ignatieff ; ; 17 January Old Style ( 29 January on Western calendar ) 1832 – 20 June Old Style ( 3 July on Western calendar ) 1908 ) was a Russian statesman and diplomat.
The edict itself was advocated by Count Nikolay Pavlovich Ignatyev not only on the grounds that " the inhabitants of the countryside may know the government is protecting them from the Jews ", but also because " governmental power is unable to defend Jews against pogroms which might occur in scattered villages.
Count Nikolay Nikolayevich Novosiltsev () ( 1761 – 1836 ) was a Russian statesman and a close aide to Alexander I of Russia.
Through the intervention of Count Nikolay Zubov, the delegation obtained from the empress the exemption from the " Jewish " taxes, some land grants, and other privileges which had not been asked for.
Count Nikolay Muravyov-Amursky | Nikolay N. MuravyovThe area was ceded by China to Russia as a result of the Treaty of Aigun of 1858 and the Treaty of Peking of 1860.
It comprised the closest associates of the tsar ( the so called " young friends "), including Count Pavel Stroganov, Prince Adam Jerzy Czartoryski, Counts Viktor Kochubey and Nikolay Novosiltsev.
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During the Great Russo-Turkish War, it was taken by the army under Count Rumyantsev and finally ceded to Russia under the terms of Treaty of Kuchuk-Kainarji ( 1774 ).
" Here at 10 – 21 July 1774 was signed the Treaty of Küçük Kaynarca between the representative of Catherine the Great, Count Peter Rumyantsev and the representative of Sultan Abdul Hamid I, the Grand Vizier Musul Zade Mehmed Pasha.
* 1775 — Zadunaisky (" Transdanubian ") for Count Pyotr Rumyantsev for his crossing the Danube during the Russo-Turkish War, 1768-1774 ;
After a failed attempt in 1811, Kuskov sailed the brig Chirikov back to Bodega Bay in March of 1812, naming it the Gulf of Rumyantsev or Rumyantsev Bay (, Zaliv Rumyantseva ) in honor of the Russian Minister of Commerce Count Nikolai Petrovich Rumyantzev.
Count Rumyantsev funded Russia's first naval circumnavigation under the joint command of Adam Johann von Krusenstern and Nikolai Rezanov in 1803-1806, and later funded and directed the voyage of the Riurik's circumnavigation of 1814 – 16, which provided substantial scientific information on Alaska's and California's flora and fauna, and important ethnographic information on Alaskan and Californian ( among others ) natives.
He entered the public service as a clerk in the office of Count P. A. Rumyantsev, then governor-general of Ukraine, whom he accompanied to the Turkish War in 1768.
Count Nikolai Petrovich Rumyantsev (; 3 April 1754 – 3 January 1826 ) was Russia's Foreign Minister and Imperial Chancellor in the run-up to Napoleon's invasion of Russia ( 1808-12 ).
The collegiate consisted of four Russian appointees and four Cossack representatives headed by a president, Count Peter Rumyantsev, who proceeded to cautiously but firmly eliminate the vestiges of local autonomy.
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The Count Dmitry Tolstoy visited Russia's second most sacred religious site, Solovetsky Monastery ( near the White Sea ), in 1869 where he found the prison conditions to be repulsive.
Prince Alexander was a nephew of Russia's Tsar Alexander II, who had married a sister of Prince Alexander of Hesse ; his mother, a daughter of Count Moritz von Hauke, had been lady-in-waiting to the Tsaritsa.
In 1789, Bailiff Count Giulio Renato de Litta, while on an official visit from the Knights of Malta, assisted with the reorganization of Russia's Baltic Fleet, and later served as a commander with the Russian Imperial Navy in the war against Sweden.
Count Alexander Petrovich Izvolsky or Iswolsky ( Russian: Алекса ́ ндр Петро ́ вич Изво ́ льский,, Moscow – 16 August 1919, Paris ) was a Russian diplomat remembered as a major architect of Russia's alliance with the British Empire during the years leading to the outbreak of the First World War.
At the same time, although he attended the Paris conference of 1856, he purposely abstained from affixing his signature to the treaty of peace after that of Count Orlov, Russia's chief representative.
The Slavic Orthodox Churches did not support the Council's decisions ; Russia's Most Holy Synod and the Russian government, while claiming neutrality, were actively assisting the Bulgarians ' cause with Count Nikolai Ignatiev, then the Russian Ambassador in Constantinople, having been instrumental in securing the 1870 firman.
It was signed on 14 September 1829 in Adrianople by Russia's Count Alexey Fyodorovich Orlov and by Turkey's Abdul Kadyr-bey.
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Count Jules-Albert de Dion was first into Rouen after 6 hours and 48 minutes at an average speed of 19 km / h.
* 1806 – Santiago de Liniers, 1st Count of Buenos Aires re-takes the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina after the first British invasion.
Afonso's first wife was Matilda II, Countess of Boulogne, daughter of Renaud, Count of Dammartin, and Ida, Countess of Boulogne.
The earliest known member of the house, Esiko, Count of Ballenstedt, first appears in a document of 1036, and is assumed to have been a grandson ( through his mother ) of Odo I, Margrave of the Saxon Ostmark.
The first significant reference to the influence of Aelian in the 16th century is a letter to Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange from his cousin William Louis, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg on December 8, 1594.
On 10 June, the Duke met for the first time the President of the Imperial War Council, Prince Eugene – accompanied by Count Wratislaw – at the village of Mundelsheim, half-way between the Danube and the Rhine.
* Infante Carlos of Spain, Count of Molina ( 1788 – 1855 ), first Carlist pretender to the throne of Spain ( as Charles V )
The British Parliament first guaranteed diplomatic immunity to foreign ambassadors in 1709, after Count Andrey Matveyev, a Russian resident in London, had been subjected to verbal and physical abuse by British bailiffs.
File: Geoffrey of Anjou Monument. jpg | The tomb of Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou ( died 1151 ) is the first recorded example of hereditary armory in Europe.
The Grail is first featured in Perceval, le Conte du Graal ( The Story of the Grail ) by Chrétien de Troyes, who claims he was working from a source book given to him by his patron, Count Philip of Flanders.
Ice-T toured with Body Count on the first annual Lollapalooza concert tour in 1991, gaining him appeal among middle-class teenagers and fans of alternative music genres.
The congregation of refugees, small enough at first to be accommodated in an apartment of the Count d ' Espense's residence, grew gradually from increased emigration to Brandenburg, caused by the revocation of the edict of Nantes in 1685.
Count István Széchenyi was the first adequately to appreciate his capacity, when in 1845 the young man first began his public career as president of the society for the regulation of the waters of the Upper Tisza river.
Voight was raised as a Catholic, and attended Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, New York, where he first took an interest in acting, playing the comedic role of Count Pepi Le Loup in the school's annual musical, The Song of Norway.
Miles was assassinated in October, 1174, and Count Raymond III of Tripoli, Amalric's first cousin, became regent.
The first psychedelic single to reach the US top 10 was " Psychotic Reaction " by San Jose garage band Count Five in July 1966.
The first Monte de Piedad organization in Spain was founded in Madrid, and from there the idea was transferred to New Spain by Pedro Romero de Terreros, the Count of Santa Maria de Regla and Knight of Calatrava.
The Count is seen as the father of modern savate and was 11-time Champion of France and its colonies, his first ring combat and title prior to World War I. Savate de Defense, Defense Savate, Savate de Rue (" de rue " means " of the street ") is the name given to those methods of fighting excluded from savate competition.
After the death of the last Saxon of the Ottonian Dynasty in 1024, first the elected German King and then three years later the elected position of Holy Roman Emperor both passed to the first monarch of the Salian dynasty in the person of Conrad II, the only son of Count Henry of Speyer and Adelheid of Alsace ( both territories in the Franconia of the day ).
This would not be forgotten or forgiven ; the first battle which broke out at Uwereka in September 1905 under the Governorship of Count Gustav Adolf von Götzen turned instantly into an all-out war with indiscriminate murders and massacres perpetrated by all sides against farmers, settlers, missionaries, planters, villages, indigenous people and peasants.