The Commerce of St. Petersburg; With a Brief Description of the Trade of the Russian Empire

The Commerce of St. Petersburg; With a Brief Description of the Trade of the Russian Empire

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1819 edition. Excerpt: ...a large bear. The second is Uglitshininows, marked with a little bear. The third, Grebanows, marked with a ship. In Kostroma: --Peter Ugletshaninow; Alexei Durigin; Wasily Ashastin; Dmitry Saladownikow; Boris Strigalef; Timofei Pipjping; Alexei Krasilnikow, and others. These are for the greatest part marked with the name of the owners, with a ship, &c. InWasmikow: --Ivan Wodowosow; Grigori Krapivnikow; Stepan Ustinow; Alexei Woronkow, and others. In Schuisky: --Ivan Shilow; Peter Kamilow; Grigory Nossow, and others. In Pereslawl: --Alexei Stroganaw; Count Tolstoy.. In Mstreky: --Koslow; Shirajev; Senkow; Skutsbilow; Demidow; Tatarin; Popow, and others. In Kashin: --Wershtshagin. In Kurom: --Holskin; Susdalzow; Seretkin; Emiljanow. SAILCLOTH. In Koluga: --Gantsharew, with blue marks. In Koselsk: --Dmitry Brusgin; Fedor Brusgin; Konoplef; with blue marks. In Koluga, and the circumjacent countries: --Peter Lhlebnikow TIX; Temeresin; Belibin; Brusow; Masalow. In Gshatsk: --Tsheshihin, and others. COMMON SAILCLOTH. In Serpuchoff: --Dmitry Serikow; Nicolay Plotnikow; Semen Plotnikow; Fedor Seri. kow, and others. CORN AND SEEDS Are principally exported from Riga, Revel, Pernau, and other ports in Russia, where they form the chief branch of commerce; although the quantity shipped from St. Petersburg is not inconsiderable, and therefore de-, serving to be briefly noticed. Wheat is principally sent to England, Spain, and Portugal. The exportation depending totally upon the harvest of other foreign countries, it is impossible to estimate the quantity, even at a medium; for instance, in the year 1814 only d,290 tshetwert were exported, and in 1817 the quantity was nearly fifteen times as much. Linseed. Of this a considerable quantity is annually disposed of
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  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123662405X
  • 9781236624055