Gregory Freeze. From Supplication to Revolution: A Documentary Social History of Imperial Russia.

Biblioteca / 1980-1989

Gregory Freeze. From Supplication to Revolution: A Documentary Social History of Imperial Russia.

Oxford University Press, 1988.

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

Part One

The Catherinean Era

A – NOBILITY

1 – Instruction from the Nobility of Moscow [1767]

2 – Instruction from the Nobility of Mikhailov District (Riazan Province) [1767]

3 – Instruction from the Nobility of Kozel’sk District (Kaluga Province) [1767]

B – BUREAUCRACY AND ARMY

4 – Instruction from Civil Servants in Veneva (Moscow Province) [1767]

5 – Instruction from the Cossacks of Novorossiia [1767]

6 – Instruction from Retired Soldiers in Krasnoufimsk (Perm Province) [10 March 1767]

C – THE ORTHODOX CLERGY

7 – Instruction from the Holy Synod [1767]

8 – Instruction from Parish Clergy in Vereia (Moscow Province) [1767]

9 – Petition from Parish Clergy in Saratov 29 October 1773

D – PROFESSIONS AND EDUCATED ELITES

10 – Petition from Moscow University Students to Faculty Board 15 December 1767

11 – Instruction from the Academy of Sciences 24 August 1767

12 – Instruction from the Medical College 31 May 1767

E – URBAN SOCIETY: MANUFACTURERS, MERCHANTS, TOWNSMEN

13 – Instruction from the Residents of Moscow [1767]

14 – Instruction from the Residents of Kostroma 10 April 1767

F – PEASANTRY

15 – Instruction from State Peasants of Vondokurskii Township (Vologda Province) [2 March 1767]

16 – Instruction from State Peasants of Shaskaia Township (Vologda Province) 23 February 1767

17 – Instruction from State Peasants of Kobyl’ Township (Vologda Province) 24 March 1767

18 – Instruction from State Peasants in Upper Tolshemskii District (Viatka Province) 24 March 1767

19 – Instruction from Single Homesteaders in Simbirsk District [1767]

20 – Instruction from State Peasants of Zubets District (Tver Province) [1767]

21 – Petition from Serfs in Kungurskii District (Perm Province) to Peter III (Pugachev) [1774]

22 – Petition from Serfs in Alatyr’ District (Simbirsk Province) to Peter III (Pugachev) 20 June

G – INDUSTRIAL WORKERS

23 – Instruction from Attached Peasants in Kazan District June 1767

24 – Instruction from Workers at a Copper Plant in Perm Province March 1767

H – MINORITIES AND WOMEN

25 – Instruction from Old Believer Community (Chernigov Province) [1767]

26 – Instruction from Tatar Nobles in Kazan Province [1767]

27 – Complaint by Brusilov Kahal (Kiev Province) 10 June 1768

28 – Petition from Belorussian Jews [1784]

29 – Petition from Russian Noblewoman August 1768

Part Two

The Era of Great Reforms: Society in the 1860s

A – NOBILITY

30 – Address of the Tver Noble Assembly February 1862

31 – Address of the Moscow Noble Assembly January 1862

32 – Moscow Noble Assembly: Rural Labor Reform December 1861

33 – Address to the Tsar from the Tula Noble Assembly 22 December 1861

34 – Resolutions of the Smolensk Noble Assembly 5 December 1861

B – BUREAUCRACY AND ARMY

35 – A Bureaucrat’s Memorandum on Civil Service Reform 22 March 1863

36 – Private Petition for Civil Service Pension [1864]

37 – Address of Civil Servants to the Governor-General of Novorossiia [August 1861]

38 – Letter from Civil Servants to Kolokol [Before 1 May 1862]

39 – Military Officer: The Army and Its Needs 8-10 August 1862

40 – Letter to a Don Cossack Paper 6 September 1860

C – THE ORTHODOX CLERGY

41 – Bishop of Vladimir Diocese: Reflections on Ecclesiastical Reform 31 October 1863

42 – Questionnaire from Parish Clergy in Skomorokhovo (Vladimir Province) April 1863

43 – St. Petersburg Priests: Memorandum on Church Reform September 1863

D – PROFESSIONS AND EDUCATED ELITES

44 – Charter of St. Petersburg Society of Psychiatrists 7 December 1861

45 – Proposal to Establish an Engineers’ Society 10 April 1863

46 – Medical Paper Editorial: Proposal for Doctors’ Pension Fund January 1861

47 – Letter to Teachers’ Paper: On the Rights of Teachers March 1863

48 – Address to the Emperor from Moscow University Students December 1861

E – URBAN SOCIETY: MANUFACTURERS, MERCHANTS, TOWNSMEN

49 – Urban Reform: Opinion of Townsmen in Gorokhovets (Vladimir Province) October 1862

50 – Voronezh: An Artisan’s View on Urban Reform December 1862

51 – Textile Manufacturers: Opinions on the Tariff 9 June 1862

52 – Charter of the Society to Promote National Economic Prosperity January 1862

53 – A Merchant’s Proposal for a Mutual-Aid Society 12 January 1862

54 – Manufacturers’ Opinion on Child Labor Legislation [1861]

55 – An Artisan’s Critique of Guilds December 1862

56 – An Artisan Paper’s Comment on Factory Conditions May 1863

F – PEASANTRY

57 – Petition from Peasants in Balashov District (Saratov Province) to Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolaevich 25 January 1862

58 – Petition from Peasants in Podosinovka (Voronezh Province) to Alexander II May 1863

59 – Petition from Peasants in Rozhdestvino (Vladimir Province) to the Minister of Interior August 1862

60 – Petition from Peasants in Berezino (Vladimir Province) to the Minister of Interior 31 October 1862

G – INDUSTRIAL WORKERS

61 – Petition from Petersburg Machine-Plant Workers January 1860

62 – Petition from Worker Deputies in Penza to the Provincial Governor 20 March 1861

63 – Petition from Former Workers (Vologda Province) to the Main Committee for Peasant Emancipation 28 January 1863

64 – Petition from Workers (Ufa Province) to Alexander II 9 April 1864

H – MINORITIES AND WOMEN

65 – Petition from Old Believers (Bessarabia) to Alexander II January 1862

66 – Address of Jewish Community in Bobruisk April 1863

67 – Jewish Newspaper Response to Judaeophobic Attacks in the Press May 1862

68 – Program for a Woman’s Journal September 1866

Part Three

Society in Revolution, 1905-1906

A – NOBILITY

69 – Resolutions of Moscow Congress of Noble Marshals January 1906

70 – Address of Ekaterinoslav Nobility to Nicholas II 8 March 1906

71 – Resolutions of the “Congress of Noble Circles” 22-25 April 1906

B – BUREAUCRACY AND ARMY

72 – Declaration of Nizhnii-Novgorod Postal Workers 12 November 1905

73 – Resolution of Perm Postal Employees 16 November 1905

74 – Council of Ministers: Directive on Civil Service Loyalty 14 January 1906

75 – Directive to Survey Office Employees 7 January 1906

76 – Declaration of Postal Union [Early 1906]

77 – Proclamation of Moscow Post-Telegraph Employees June 1906

78 – Bureau of State Employees: Open Letter to the State Duma April 1906

79 – Kherson Official: Letter to the State Duma 2 May 1906

80 – Moscow Prison Guards: Letter to State Duma Deputy June 1906

81 – Declaration of Army Officers in Chita (Siberia) January 1906

82 – Charter of the Union of Russian Army Officers [June 1906]

83 – Appeal of Soldiers in the Bobruisk Regiment November 1905

84 – Public Statement by the Urupskii Cossack Regiment January 1906

C – THE ORTHODOX CLERGY

85 – Bishop of Saratov: Opinion on Church Reform January 1906

86 – Resolutions of Clerical Assembly in Yalta District 21 November 1905

87 – Program of the Union of Church Renewal January 1906

88 – Telegram from Parish Clergy in Viatka Diocese to the State Duma 27 June 1906 237

D – PROFESSIONS AND EDUCATED ELITES

89 – Demands of Students at Railway Technical Institute in Eletsk (Orel Province) 8 November 1905

90 – Appeal of National Teachers’ Union January 1906

91 – Resolution of Pirogov Medical Society 25 February 1906

92 – Resolution of St. Petersburg Lawyers February 1906

93 – Resolution of the Union of Engineers and Technicians 13 May 1906

94 – Tersk Engineering Society: Statement to the State Duma 24 May 1906

95 – Resolution of National Engineers’ Union April 1906

E – URBAN SOCIETY: MANUFACTURERS, MERCHANTS, TOWNSMEN

96 – Memorandum of Moscow Stock Market Committee to S. lu. Witte [Chairman of the Council of Ministers] January 1906

97 – Telegram from Mining Company Congress to S. Iu. Witte (Chairman of the Council of Ministers) 16 February 1906

98 – Petition from Kolomna Factory Managers to the Chairman of the State Duma 7 June 1906

99 – Charter of the Society of Manufacturers June 1906

100 – Declaration of 26 Moscow Companies to the Trade and Industrial Congress 26 January 1906

101 – Resolution of Vologda City Council to the State Duma 28 April 1906

102 – Telegram from Saratov Townsmen to the Synod 15 November 1905

103 – Telegram from Moscow Shopkeepers to Nicholas U April 1906

104 – Telegram from Kishinev City Council to S. Iu. Witte 25 January 1906

105 – Proclamation of Petersburg Shopclerks May 1906

106 – Appeal to Shopclerks in Pskov May 1906

107 – Program of the Artisan Party 8 February 1906

108 – Proclamation of the Union of Plumbers’ Apprentices January 1906

109 – Proclamation of the Bakers’ Union March 1906

110 – Proclamation of the Petersburg Union of Office-Workers January 1906

111 – Proclamation of the Moscow Union of Office-Workers January 1906

112 – Telegram from 51 Moscow Bank and Commercial Employees to Chairman of the State Duma June 1906

113 – Petition from Townsmen in Zhizdra (Kaluga Province) to the State Duma June 1906

114 – Collective Townsmen’s Petition to the State Duma May 1906

F – PEASANTRY

115 – Resolution by Peasants in Byl’tsino (Vladimir Province) 27 February 1906

116 – Letter from Peasants in Ni2hnii Shibriag (Tambov Province) to the State Duma May 1906

117 – Resolution by Peasants in Romashkino (Samara Province) 15 June 1906

118 – Resolution by Peasants in Nogutsk (Stavropol Province) 29 June 1906

119 – Resolution by Peasants in Berezov Township (Poltava Province) 14 May 1906

120 – Resolution by Peasants in Zhel’tsovo (Vladimir Province) 2 June 1906

121 – Resolution by Peasants in Nizhnoe Sharskoe (Viatka Province) 12 June 1906

122 – Resolution by Peasants in Seltinsk Township (Viatka Province) 24 June 1906

123 – Resolution by Peasants in Systroetsk District (St. Petersburg Province) 19 February 1906

G – INDUSTRIAL WORKERS

124 – Resolution of Workers in Miuzskii Park (Moscow) March 1906

125 – Proclamation of Workers in Leather-Processing Shop (St. Petersburg) April 1906

126 – Charter of the Metalworkers’ Union (St. Petersburg) April 1906

127 – Proclamation of Unemployed in St. Petersburg to the City Council 12 April 1906

128 – Telegram from Workers in Undol’ (Vladimir Province) to the State Duma 24 May 1906

129 – Resolution from Reval [Riga] Workers to Labor Deputies in the State Duma 7 June 1906

130 – Instruction from Railway Workers in Eniseisk (Siberia) to State Duma Deputy 4 June 1906

131 – Proclamation by Workers in Dmitrievka (Taganrog) June 1906

132 – Instruction from Ekaterinoslav Metalworkers to State Duma Deputy April 1906

133 – Strike Demands of Moscow Textile Workers 25 May 1906

134 – Strike Demands of Kirillov Textile Workers (Moscow) 22 June 1906

H – MINORITIES AND WOMEN

135 – Address of National Congress of Old Believers to Nicholas II 21 February 1906

136 – Proclamation by Union for Legal Equality for Russian Jews 2 February 1906

137 – Resolutions of the Third Congress of the Union for Jewish Equality February 1906

138 – Petition of Russian Women to the State Duma February 1906

139 – Program of the Women’s Progressive Party 30 January 1906

140 – Proclamation of Women Workers January 1906

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