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EARLY 19th CENTURY RUSSIAN READERSHIP & CULTURE:

TRAVEL ACCOUNTS: French & German Authors Pending


  1. Campenhausen, Pierce Balthasar, Freiherr von, 1746-1808.
    Travels through Several Provinces of the Russian Empire; with an historical account of the Zaporog Cossacks, and of Bessarabia, Moldavia, Wallachia, and the Crimea. (London: R. Phillips, 1808).

  2. Demidov, Anatolii, principe di San Donato, 1812-1870.
    Travels in Southern Russia and the Crimea; through Hungary, Wallachia, & Moldavia, during the year 1837 (London: J. Mitchell, 1853). 2 v.

  3. Gagern, Friedrich Balduin, Freiherr von, 1794-1848.
    "Dnevnik puteshestviia po Rossii v 1839 g." Russkaia Starina, 51: 23-54.
    This work is reprinted with new annotations in Rossia pervoi poloviny XIX v. glazami inostrantsev (Leningrad, 1991), pp. [661-696].

  4. Haxthausen, August, Freiherr von, 1792-1866.
    The Russian Empire: its People, Institutions and Resources (London: Chapman & Hall, 1856). 2 v.

  5. Hommaire de Hell, Xavier, 1812-1848.
    Travels in the Steppes of the Caspian Sea, the Crimea, the Caucasus, &c (London: Chapman & Hall, 1847).

  6. Reinbeck, Georg, 1766-1849.
    Travels from St. Petersburgh through Moscow, Grodno, Warsaw, Breslaw, &c. to Germany; in the year 1805: in a series of letters. By G. Reinbeck. Tr. from German (London: R. Phillips, 1807).

  7. Rochechouart, Louis Victor Leon, comte de, 1788-1858.
    Memoirs of the Count de Rochechouart in France, in southern Russia, the Napoleonic wars, 1812-15 and as commandant of Paris 1788-1816. Authorised translation by Frances Jackson (New York: E.P. Dutton & company, c1920).

  8. Segur, Philippe-Paul, comte de, 1780-1873.
    History of the Expedition to Russia, undertaken by the Emperor Napoleon in the year 1812. By General Count Philip de Segur ... (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1854). 2 v.

  9. Stael, Madame de (Anne Louise Germaine), 1766-1817.
    "1812 god." Russkii arkhiv (1912), kn. 2, No. 8.

  10. Tietz, Friedrich, 1803-1879.
    St. Petersbourg, Constantinople, and Napoli di Romania in 1833 and 1834: a Characteristic Picture, drawn during a residence there (New York: T. Foster, 1836).
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