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Adskaya Pochta came out in the form of correspondence between two demons, who exposed the swindles of various government officials, landowners' inhumane treatment of their serfs, and vices of the clergy. The magazine's harsh polemics with the Vsyakaya vsyachina magazine (headed by Empress Catherine II) led to its closing. Only 6 issues of the magazine saw the light of day.
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