Galitzin

Galitzin

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Galitsin:

see GallitzinGallitzin
, Rus. Golytsin , Russian princely family. Among many alternate spellings are Galitzin, Galytzin, and Galitsin. Vasily Vasilyevich Gallitzin, d. 1619, helped to enthrone the first false Dmitri but later joined the Shuiski conspiracy against him.
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Here was the famous Prince Galitzin, the old German Robostiski, and several other persons of note, and some ladies.
Peterburg I became acquainted with the Secretary to the French Embassy, whose name I have forgotten, who informed me that he was entrusted with the sale of the collection of the Princess Galitzin, a relative of his by marriage.
Of Beethoven's last quartets, Prince Galitzin, a wealthy amateur and patron of music, wrote to Beethoven, "Your genius is centuries in advance, and at the present time there is scarcely a hearer who would be sufficiently enlightened to enjoy the full beauty of this music, but posterity will pay homage to you and bless your memory more than contemporaries are able to do.
1503) is largely derived from Perugino's Galitzin Triptych of 1488.
Prince Galitzin of Russia commissioned the composer to write three quartets in 1822.
Geoff Wragg, who saddles Asian Heights, won this race with Pentire in 1995, while Clive Brittain, trainer of Herodotus, has won it twice, with Hailsham in 1991 and Galitzin in 1988.
Varvana Nikolevna Galitzin was born in St Petersburg in 1766, married Count Golovin and became a prominent figure in the city's social circles, but was forced by gossip about her private life to move to Moscow.
It will be the dance of the elephants," says Leon Galitzin, president of G-5 Global Connect, a retail consultancy based in Baltimore, Md.
This shift of power has been going on for a while, Galitzin notes.
Galitzin maintains that the notion of partnering within the industry has changed in recent years.
lSteve Cauthen enjoys a 75-1 four-timer at Haydock on Galitzin, Joytotheworld, Flight of Destiny and Per Quod.
Chua presents detailed analyses of the three string quartets commissioned by Prince Nikolai Galitzin of St.