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These visitors included Count Theodore Orlov, who interested the students in Helvetius, his brother, Count Aleksei Orlov, who originally suggested sending the students to Leipzig, Fonvizin's brother, members of Catherine's Society for the Translation of Foreign Books, members of the Legislative Commission and diplomats passing through Leipzig, giving the students news. But Radishchev's ardor "greatly moderated" after his return. 4 He 1 Sb. I. R. I. , x, 123. They arrived November 20. Russkii Al'khiv (1870), 946 .
2 Ts. G. A. D. , f. 17, d. 62,1. 174. Letter of 25 January, 1771. Cited in Startesev. op. , 81-82. 3 Ibid. 1. 145 Olsuf'ev's letter to Bokum, 21 December, 1770; and 1. 163, Olsuf'ev's letter to Belosel'skii, 25 January, 1771. 4 Extracts from this report, taken from the Ts. G. A. D. , f. 17, d. 62, 11. 461-477 are given in Barskov's "A. N. Radishchev. Zhizn' i lichnost,' " M aterialy k izucheniiu .. Puteshestvija" . , 1935), 76-7. See also Startsev, op. , 86-8. LEIPZIG UNIVERSITY I 29 all that he saw of the students' living conditions, including "their rooms, beds, linen, clothes, shoes, food ...
Goethe had been sent by his father and chose his own quarters in the Fiery Ball Tavern, attended only those lectures that pleased him, and found time when he wished for society, concerts, theatre, feasts, flirtations and promenades. The Russian 1 J. W. Goethe, Aus Meinem Leben. Dichtung und Wah,heit, Seehstes Bueh, (Zurich, 1949), 270-271. LEIPZIG UNIVERSITY II 31 students were assigned by the imperial court, lived in wretched quarters and under Bokum's rigid, cruel and petty supervision. Bokum was to see that there were daily readings by the monk mornings and evenings and that on Sundays and holy days they went to the Orthodox Church in Leipzig; that the students behaved with decorum in lectures and did not waste time at home in idleness.