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37. From the 1842 journal of the second meeting of the commission, as quoted by Zhurba, Ky'ivs 'ka arkheohrafichna komisiia, 144. 38. See Romanovich-Slavatinskii, Zhizn'і deiatel'nost'N. D. Ivanisheva, especially 91-123. See the summary of Bibikov's proposal in Sbornik materialov 2:86-91. Parts of Ivanishev's report and Bibikov's plan are quoted extensively by Levitskii, "Istoriia uchrezhdeniia," ChlONLXl (1903), sec. 2,pt. 1, pp. 22-35. 39. Many of Bibikov's arguments, together with more details about the failure of the earlier 1833 and 1842 commissions and the persistence of the problems of falsification of documents, were presented in an 1852 report prepared by the Ministry of Justice, printed in Sbornik materialov 2:190201.
Lapteva, "Professor Universiteta Sv. Vladimira N. D. s. 1(1992): 47-58. See also the tributary volume published afer his death: A. V. Romanovich-Slavatinskii, Zhizn' і deiatel'nost' N. D. Ivanisheva, rektora Universiteta sv. Vladimira і vitse-predsedatelia Kievskoi arkheograficheskoi komissii (St. Petersburg: Tip. V. Gratsianskogo, 1876), originally published serially in Drevniaia i novaia Rossiia, 1876, nos. 1-3,6-7. See also the biographic sketch of Ivanishev in Ikonnikov, Biografwheskii slovar', 207-24.
Occasionally they were given extra foodstuffs, or still more rarely, linen products. 20 Although this is only a thumbnail sketch, one can see that the economic activities of these three groups of village music makers were in some ways similar, in other ways different. The minstrels, the instrumental music specialists, and the women music specialists derived a supplemental income from their activities as village musicians, that is, income supplemental to the agricultural labor of the musicians' household.