The latest narrative description of all four parts of the world ,. Part 2. About the description of the world and Europe in gene...

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The latest narrative description of all four parts of the world: With the addition of the ancient and the doctrine of the sphere, as well as the doctrine of land description, which was primary for young children. : The Russian Empire is described statistically, as never before. : It is compiled and gleaned from the most accurate outcasts, the newest best writers, by the scientists of the Russians. / Dependent on the bookseller Ivan Glazunov. - In St. Petersburg: Under the Imperial Academy of Sciences, 1795. - 8. -
Soon after the release in Moscow bookshops, 349 copies were confiscated.
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Translation of part 1 and part 5 - ND Zhulkovsky. The title of the original: "Herrn Friedrich Osterwalds ... Historische Erdbeschreibung zum Nutzen deutscher Jugend vorzuglich eingerichtet ... Strassburg, 1763".
On shmutstit. "The narrative description of the part ..." and the headings of parts.
The main role in the preparation of the book belongs to M. I. Antonovsky: he made a selection from the books for articles describing Russia, guided by the work of E. Toze ("Einleitung "List, or Dictionary, in alphabetical order, to all the noblest possessions, cities, mountains, seas, rivers, islands and so on ... (With 1-67). - SK XVIII.
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I. Toze, Eobald (1715-1789). II. Osterwald, Samuel Frederick (1713-1795). III. Glazunov, Ivan Petrovich (1762 - 1831). IV. Antonovsky, Mikhail Ivanovich (1759-1816). V. Zhulkovsky, Nikolai Dmitrievich (about 1770-1832) .1. The people (the collection). 2. Territory (collection). 3. Russia and the countries of the world (collection). 4. Geography. 5. Countries of the world - Geography. 6. Russia - Geography.
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Part 2: On the description of the world and Europe in general, such is the statistical description of the Russian Empire, at the end, the image of the provincial uniforms. - 1795. - 306 p., 1 l. yl. .
1. The people (the collection). 2. Territory (collection). 3. Geography. 4. Russia - Geography. 5. Russia - History. 6. Russia - Life and customs. 7. Europe - Geography.
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