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Description Екатеринославские епархиальные ведомости : офиц. издание Екатеринославской епархии, Издание Братства св. Владимира при духовной семинарии / Ред. А. Н. Невоструев [1872—1877], ректор архим. Далмат (Долгополов) [1872—1876], А. А. Ржевский [1877—1878], Я. С. Степанов [1877—1880], М. И. Никольский [1879—1881], И. В. Ушацкий [1880—1886], ректор прот. Михаил (Разногорский) [1885—1892], М. Я. Монастырёв [1885—1900], А. М. Ванчаков [1892—1895], С. В. Малиновский [1898—1905], П. П. Львов [1905,1910], А. И. Орлов [1906—1910], Г. Ф. Березницкий [1910—1916], П. И. Зорин [1916—1917], ректор прот. Вячеслав (Мстиславский) [1900—1917], Я. А. Павловский [1895—1896], М. С. Брунбендер [1899—1907]. — Екатеринослав [Днепр, Днепропетровск]: Печ. Въ Тип. Я. М. Чауескаго, 1872—1917. — полные годовые подшивки, 24/36 номеров в год; 23 см., пагин. годичн., офиц. отд. 490—810 с., неофиц. отд. 570—1344 с.
Date between 1872 and 1917
date QS:P,+1500-00-00T00:00:00Z/6,P1319,+1872-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1326,+1917-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Source Журнал «Екатеринославскiя епархiальныя вѣдомости» (1872—1917) / Екатеринославские епархиальные ведомости [Ekaterinoslavskie eparkhialnyye vedomosti (Ekaterinoslav diocesan gazette)]; Российская национальная библиотека (РНБ); Таня Бор Ал
Author Александр Николаевич Невоструев (ум. 1882), Димитрий Иванович Долгополов (епископ Далмат; 1831—1883), Алексей Андреев Ржевский (ок. 1840 — 1880/1882), Михаил Иванович Никольский (ум. 1881), Михаил Иванович Разногорский (ум. 1892), Матвей Яковлевич Монастырёв (1849 — ок. 1917), Афанасий Михайлович Ванчаков (ум. ок. 1918), Степан Васильевич Малиновский (ок. 1868 — нач. XX в.), Орлов Адам Иванович (1882—1946), Георгий Фёдорович Березницкий (ум. ок. 1916), Пётр Иванович Зорин (ок. 1876 — нач. XX в.), Вячеслав Парфентьевич Мстиславский (1862 — ок. 1917), Михаил Семёнович Брунбендер (ок. 1866 — нач. XX в.), Пётр Петрович Львов (ок. 1880 — ок. 1919)

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