Russia, Mongolia, China. Being some Record of the Relations between them from the Beginning of the XVIIth Century to the Death of the Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich A. D. 1602-1677 Click to zoom

Baddeley (F. F.)

Russia, Mongolia, China. Being some Record of the Relations between them from the Beginning of the XVIIth Century to the Death of the Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich A. D. 1602-1677

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Rendered Mainly in the Form of Narratives Dictated or Written by the Envoys sent by the Russian Tsars, or their Voevodas in Siberia to the Kalmuk and Mongol Khans & Princes; and to the Emperors of China With Introductions, Historical and Geographical. Also a Series of Maps showing the progress of Geographical Knowledge in regard to Northern Asia during the XVIth, XVIIth, & Early XVIIIth Centuries. The Texts taken more especially from Manuscripts in the Moscow Foreign Office Archives

N. Y., Burt Franklin, s. d. (ca 1970).

2 vol. in-folio, toile éd., green cloth with gilt titles, 14, 1 feuillet non chiffré, 366 p. et 1 feuillet non chiffré d’errata + XII-446 p., illustrated frontispieces in each volume. Illustrated with facsimiles, numerous folding or double-page maps, including 6 loose in rear endpaper pocket of volume one; 6 double-page genealogical tables also loose in endpaper pocket. [A nice copy. Previous’s name on free endpaper. Reprint of the 1919’ed.].

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Country:Chine (114)Mongolie (2)Russie (2)
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