Book/Printed Material The present state of Russia ... Being an account of the government of that country, both civil and ecclesiastical

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The present state of Russia ... Being an account of the government of that country, both civil and ecclesiastical; of the Czar's forces by sea and land, the regulation of his finances, the several methods he made use of to civilize his people and improve the country, his transactions with several eastern princes, and what happened most remarkable at his court, particularly in relation to the late czarewitz, from the year 1714, to 1720 ... Translated from the High-Dutch ...
Contributor Names
Weber, Friedrich Christian.
Lange, Lorenz.
Müller, Johann Bernhard.
Bruyn, Cornelis de, 1652-1727.
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
London, W. Taylor [etc.] 1723.
Contents
I. An account of the government of that country, both civil and ecclesiastical ... The whole being the journal of a foreign minister who resided in Russia at that time. A description of Petersbourg and Cronslot.--II. Laurence Lange's journey from Petersbourg to Peking in China. John Bernard Muller's description of the Ostiacks, a nation in Siberia. The criminal proceedings against the late czarewitz, as published by authority. Justification of th Swedish war against Russia, and the answer to it drawn up by a Russian minister of state. A project offered to His Czarish Majesty by some doctors of the Sorbone at Paris, for an union between the churches of Rome and Russia. M. Le Brun's observations on his journey through Russia to Persia.
Subject Headings
-  Russia--Description and travel--Early works to 1800
-  Russia--Politics and government--1689-1801
-  Peter--I,--Emperor of Russia,--1672-1725
-  Alexis,--Czarevitch, son of Peter I, Emperor of Russia,--1690-1718
-  Khanty--Early works to 1800
Notes
-  Vol. 2 imprint date is 1722.
-  LC copy imperfect: v. 1 t.p. wanting, replaced by photocopy.
-  ESTC T105295
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Medium
2 v. fold. map, fold. plan. 20 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
DK22 .W42
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http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/mtfrb.32510b
Library of Congress Control Number
43032510
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Weber, Friedrich Christian, Lorenz Lange, Johann Bernhard Müller, Cornelis De Bruyn, and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection. The present state of Russia ... Being an account of the government of that country, both civil and ecclesiastical; of the Czar's forces by sea and land, the regulation of his finances, the several methods he made use of to civilize his people and improve the country, his transactions with several eastern princes, and what happened most remarkable at his court, particularly in relation to the late czarewitz, from the year , to 1720 ... Translated from the High-Dutch. [London, W. Taylor et, 1723] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/43032510/.

APA citation style:

Weber, F. C., Lange, L., Müller, J. B., Bruyn, C. D. & Pre-1801 Imprint Collection. (1723) The present state of Russia ... Being an account of the government of that country, both civil and ecclesiastical; of the Czar's forces by sea and land, the regulation of his finances, the several methods he made use of to civilize his people and improve the country, his transactions with several eastern princes, and what happened most remarkable at his court, particularly in relation to the late czarewitz, from the year , to 1720 ... Translated from the High-Dutch. [London, W. Taylor et] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/43032510/.

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Weber, Friedrich Christian, et al. The present state of Russia ... Being an account of the government of that country, both civil and ecclesiastical; of the Czar's forces by sea and land, the regulation of his finances, the several methods he made use of to civilize his people and improve the country, his transactions with several eastern princes, and what happened most remarkable at his court, particularly in relation to the late czarewitz, from the year , to 1720 ... Translated from the High-Dutch. [London, W. Taylor et, 1723] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/43032510/>.

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