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Egorovich Timashev


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Adjutant General, General of cavalry. He graduated from the course in the school guard sub-ensigns and cavalry cadets. In 1856 was appointed chief of staff of the gendarmerie and the Manager of the third Department of His Majesty's Chancellery; after the liberation of the peasants was the temporary Governor-General of Kazan, Perm and Vyatka provinces; in 1867 was appointed Minister of posts and telegraphs, and in 1868 was appointed Minister of internal Affairs in the place of P. A. Valuev and held this post until the end of 1877, When Timasheva was introduced by the city regulations of 1870, the transformation of peasant institutions (1874), greatly improved the mail part, abolished some of the General government, subordinated to the Ministry of the interior province of the Kingdom of Poland, the beginning of the introduction in the Baltic provinces of the Russian language as official and business. In the draft city regulations, made under P. A. Valuyev, Timashev has made changes towards the empowerment of urban management, such as the right to issue binding rulings on the subjects of urban redevelopment. Timasheva about the attitude to public institutions, see A. Schumacher in the "Herald of Europe" (1893, No. 12). In relation to periodicals in Timasheva began to apply the prohibition of retail sale; some questions were excluded from the scope of the discussion of the press; the withdrawal from circulation of works printed without prior censorship, provided, instead of the court, the Committee of Ministers. Timashev was a gifted Amateur sculptor. In 1889 he received the title of academician of sculpture the bust of Emperor Alexander II and figurines of terracotta and marble. Honorary member of I. A. H. in 1869

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