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.].