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Barclayde Tolly

Barclay de Tolly, Michael, born in Livonia of Scottish family, in 1759, entered the Russian army, and in the campaigns of 1806-7 rose to be field-marshal. He held the chief command of the Russians at the battle of Leipsic, and at the entrance of the Allies into France in 1815. He was subsequently minister of war at St. Petersburg, and received the title of Prince. He died in 1818.