The blossoming state of the all-Russian state, in which it began, was brought and left by inexpressible works by Peter the Great...

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  Kirilov, Ivan Kirilovich  (1691-1737).    
The blossoming state of the all-Russian state, in which it began, was brought and left by the inexpressible works by Peter the Great, father of the fatherland, emperor and autocrat of the All-Russia, and other, and other, and other: collected by the works of the state councilor and the former chief secretary of the city Ivan Kirilov, from the most authentic Senate archives in February, 1727: book. 1-2 . - Moscow: Univ. a type. , 1831
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. - 1831. - [6], 184 p. .
1. Territory of Russia (collection). 2. Russia - History - 1682 - 1725.
ББК 63.3 (2) 512
Electronic copy source: PB
The place where the original was stored: ЦВМБ
Publisher Унив. тип.
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