After the death of the tsaritsa Natalia, Peter's mother, in 1694, his influence increased still further.
It was at his house, full of all the wondrous, half-forbidden novelties of the west, that Alexius, after the death of his first consort, Martha, met Matvyeev's favourite pupil, the beautiful Natalia Naruishkina, whom he married on the 21st of January 1672.
Having at length received an intimation from London that the queen " could not acknowledge the independence of her own subjects, but that the trade of the emigrant farmers would be placed on the same footing as that of any other British settlement, upon their receiving a military force to exclude the interference 1 Commonly called the Republic of Natalia or Natal.
In 1806 he had married Natalia Khomutova, but they lived apart, and he had no children by her.
GOLOVKIN, GAVRIIL IVANOVICH, COUNT (1660-1734), Russian statesman, was attached (1677), while still a lad, to the court of the tsarevitch Peter, afterwards Peter the Great, with whose mother Natalia he was connected, and vigilantly guarded him during the disquieting period of the regency of Sophia, sister of Peter the Great (1682-1689).
PETER I., called "the Great" (1672-1725), emperor of Russia, son of the tsar Alexius Mikhailovich and Natalia Naruishkina, was born at Moscow on the 30th of May 1672.
The Dutch claimed independence, and on the block-house at Durban hoisted the flag of the " Republic of Natalia."
Physically and mentally deficient, Ivan was the mere tool of the party in Muscovy who would have kept the children of the tsar Alexis, by his second consort Natalia Naruishkina, from the throne.
In 1682 the party of progress, headed by Artamon Matvyeev and the tsaritsa Natalia, passed Ivan over and placed his half-brother, the vigorous and promising little tsarevich Peter, on the throne.
By his second consort, Natalia Naruishkina, he had two children, the tsarevich Peter and the tsarevna Natalia.
Immediately afterwards Peter was proclaimed tsar by the patriarch, and the first ukaz issued in Peter's name summoned Matvyeev to return to the capital and act as chief adviser to the tsaritsa Natalia.
Ingram, Natalia, a Condensed History of the Exploration and Colonization of Natal and Zululand (London, 1897); C. P. Lucas, Historical Geography of the British Colonies, vol.
It was St. Natalia's day and the name day of two of the Rostovs--the mother and the youngest daughter--both named Nataly.
Natalia's Diamonds - The circle of life diamond pendant is a beautiful example of a 16 round diamonds pendant.
Natalia also offers a smaller version of this pendant, with 0.85 carats of sparkling diamonds.
Natalia Diamonds: Natalia's Diamonds sells a collection of diamond engagement rings with unusual mountings such as a criss-cross designs and tri-cluster settings.
Natalia's Diamonds is an Internet jewelry store that sells exclusive wedding bands online.
Bulga means "leather" in Latin, and it was founder Natalia Konovalova's love for the exquisite material that inspired her company's moniker.
Sometimes the insiders get it right, such as the spoiler that was posted three months before the 2007 November Sweeps that alluded to the fact that actress Natalia Livingston would be leaving the show.
The show also starred Jorge Enrique Abello as Armando Mendoza, Luis Mesa as Daniel Valencia, Natalia Ramírez as Marcela Valencia and Lorna Paz as Patricia Fenández de Brickman.
The popular pairing of Natalia (Jessica Leccia) and Olivia (Chappell) on Guiding Light served as the inspiration for the web series storyline.
Wisconsin-based naked yoga instructor Natalia Hacerola created the holiday, producing podcasts instructing people on how to perform naked yoga in their homes.
Based on a method by author and nutritionist Natalia Rose, the Raw Food Diet consists of consuming uncooked produce for ten days.
Natalia Velez: The shores of Colombia bred this sultry model, who is also an actress and TV host.
Natalia - 5'10", 279 lbs. Natalia is a 28 year old makeup artist from Dallas, Texas.
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