Legend of the sea battle that took place between the Russians and the Turks in the Battles of Natalia June 24. 25 and 26. 1770. selected from the most reliable notes. : To this are attached the letters written in the consequence of the four paintings of this battle, presented to her Imperial Majesty by the sovereign of All-Russia. / Translated from Anglinsky in the Naval Gentry Cadet Corps. - In St. Petersburg: In the printing house of the Morskay gentry Cadet Corps, . -26 seconds. ; 12 ° (17 cm). - to: Monson I. The sea book showing true sea navigation on the Baltic Sea, that is, courses, positions of places and coasts, fairway, stone and sandy shallows. In adj. (P.15-26), with the separation. shmutstit .: "Letters written as a consequence of four pictures of the Battle of Chesmensk, brought by the eu.v., the sovereign of the All-Russia." Two of them belong to R. Peton, the third one is written by A.S. Musin-Pushkin. SK XVIII.
I. Musin-Pushkin, Alexei Semenovich (1730-1817). II. Peaton, Richard (1717-1791).