Russia – Moldova: to the history of relationship

Russia – Moldova: to the history of relationship

The presented statistical materials, researches, essays, archival documents and newsreel fragments of the early 19th - mid 20th century reveal the geography, military history, administrative-territorial structure, legal system and ethnography of Moldavia – Bessarabia in the period when it was a part of the same state as Russia.

Lists of populated areas of the Russian Empire, compiled and published by the Central Statistical Committee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. 3. The Bessarabian region

        Lists of populated areas of the Russian Empire, compiled and published by the Central Statistical Committee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Bessarabian region.
St.Petersburg: at the printing house of Karl Wulf, 1861-1885.1861.

First General Census of the Russian Empire in 1897 3. Bessarabia Province

        First General Census of the Russian Empire in 1897. Bessarabian Province. [St. Petersburg]: edition of the Central Statistical Committee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, 1899-1905.1905.

A brief statistical description of the Transdniestrian region, annexed to Russia on a peaceful treatise concluded with Porto Ottoman in Bucharest in 1812.

  Kunitsky, Petr Semenovich (1779-1837).     A brief statistical description of the Transdniestrian region annexed to Russia on a peaceful treatise concluded with Porto of Ottoman in Bucharest in 1812 ..
In St.Petersburg: Printed at I. Glazunov's printing house, 1813.

Judicial and statistical information and considerations on the introduction of judicial statutes on November 20, 1864. Part 3. Provinces: Smolensk, Tavricheskaya, Tambovskaya, Kharkov, Kherson, Chernigov, Bessarabskaya Oblast. The conclusion of the commis

Judicial and statistical information and considerations on the introduction of judicial statutes on November 20, 1864. St. Petersburg: in the printing house under the Governing Senate, 1866.
Part 3: Provinces: Smolensk, Tavricheskaya, Tambov, Kharkiv, Kherson, Chernigov, Bessarabskaya Oblast; The conclusion of the commission with the annex tables and a map of the proposed placement of judicial districts. 1866.

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