Russia — China
Russia — China
- Irkutsk Governor-General Reports of Irkutsk Governor-General BB Lezzano from March 1 and May 11, 1799 to the Procurator-General of the Government Senate, Prince Dmitry Lopukhin, about the death of the Chinese goddess Kiyan Lun and the peaceful attitude of the Chinese to the Russian population.
1799.Russia. State Chancellery. On the invitation, under the highest order, Governor-General of East Siberia Count Muraviev-Amursky to the General Assembly of the State Council, when considering the presentation of the Minister of Finance on trade with China, and on allowing the importation of Cantonese tea into the Empire and the Kingdom of Poland. 1861.Gorchakov, Alexander Mikhailovich (1798-1883). The most outstanding report of Chancellor AM Gorchakov to Emperor Alexander II on awarding gold medals decorated with precious stones to the Chinese Goddess, Russian consul in Kuldzha Pavlinov for help and care of the Chinese emigrants and frontier commissioner Pfaffius for their help in fighting the fire in Maymachan. 1868.General Office of the Minister of Finance.
The most outstanding report of the Minister of Finance S. Yu. Witte on the establishment of the Russian-Chinese Bank in China and sending him there as an official agent of the Ministry of Finance and a clerk of the clerical bank of the General Office of the Minister of Finance, D. D. Pokotilov.
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