Kirilov, Ivan Kirilovich (1691-1737).
The blossoming state of the all-Russian state, in which it began, was brought and left by inexpressible works by Peter the Great, father of the fatherland, emperor and autocrat of all-Russia, and other, and other, and other. The book is the first in which provinces and provinces are described, in them cities, garrisons, artillery, offices, offices, stewards with subordinates, dioceses, monasteries, churches, the number of souls, regiments and incomes that currently exist, the provinces of St. Petersburg, Moscow, Smolenskaya, Kievskaya, Voronezhskaya, Rizhskaya, Revelskaya. Moscow: Univ. type., 1831. 1831.