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PHJ No 3 (35) 2022 – T. V. Andreeva. Return: M. M. Speransky in 1821–1824 (according to the diary of a reformer)

The article is devoted to the diary of M. M. Speransky, which refers to the period of the reformer’s arrival from Siberia to St. Petersburg and is a valuable source of information not only about the complex process of his return to big politics, but also about the most important domestic and foreign policy problems of the last period of the reign of Alexander I. Diary of the greatest statesman of the 19th century allows you to expand and, possibly, to some extent change the ideas that have developed in historiography, both about the role and place of M. M. Speransky in public life in the early 1820s, and about the activities of the administrative apparatus of that time.

PHJ No 3 (35) 2022 – Yu. Gracheva. The Dorpat School District in the correspondence of Emperor Alexander I and Professor G. F. Parrot

The article is devoted to the initial period of the implementation of educational reforms in the Dorpat School District, in which the first rector of the University, professor Georg Friedrich Parrott, was directly involved. The correspondence of Emperor Alexander I and Professor G. F. Parrot, introduced into scientific circulation, allows us to highlight the range of issues that aroused the greatest attention of the Dorpat professor and which required the personal intervention of the emperor.