An Economic History of Russia - Vol. 1

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INDEX
L'ABBAYE, Beardé de, 313
Abhastsi, 577, 578
Academy of Science, St. Petersburg, 224 n.
Accounts, public, 142
Adēga, 577.
Aderbyeēdjansky Tatars, 586
Adjartsi, 578
Adlerberg, Count, 381
Administration in the time of Peter the Great, 140
Admiralty, 481, 482
Afghanistan, Russian, 585
Agrarian disturbances in eighteenth century, 301
Agrarian reform thrown open to public discussion, 384 -- question in the "higher spheres," 311
Agreements of bondage, 85, 89
Agricultural capital, need of, 82 -- peasants ascribed to industrial works, 436
Agriculture, 4, 12, 18, 22; demoralization of, through factory industry, 490
Akema, Philemon, 434
Akhtuba silk gardens, 484
Akmolinsky oblast, 585
Aksakov, I. S., 361, 384 -- E., 560n.
Åland Islands, 574
Alani, 575
Alapaevsk, works at, 439
Alatyrsky province, 197, 203, 482
Alaya, 585
Aldermen, 217, 219
Alexander I, 317
-- II, 185, 372, 375, 376, 381; tour of, on emancipation, 401; speech of, 28th January 1861, 416
Alexis, Tsar, 72, 88, 96, 136, 233
Allotments, 51, 113; under Emancipation Act, 403
Allowances to divorovie lyudU+0113, 203
Altai, 567
Altaic group of races, 583, 584
Altai-Orel, 46
Altyn (3 kopeks), 135
Amber, trade in, II
Amsterdam, 118, 128
Amu-darē, river, 586
Anarchy of 1598-1613, 66, 67
Ancient Russia, society of, 245
Angles, 15
Angryena, 585
Anna, Empress, 166, 167, 174, 182, 251, 257, 481, 489, 505
Annals, russian, 5, 6, 10, 15-17
Annenkov, P., 563n.
Annensky works, 439
Anomalies of russian life, 77
Anthropology of russia, 572
Antinomies of Russian life, 81
Anuchin, Count D., 488n.
-- A., 572
Appanage system, 3, 23, 24; distinction between feudalism and, 26, 188, 250
Apraksin, Admiral, 106, 165
-- V. V., 402
Apraksins, 144
Arabia, 12
Arabian goegraphers, 9
Arabs, 576
Arakcheēv, 317
Arapetov, E. P., 398, 402
Arctic Ocean, 567
Arkhangel, 190, 363
Arkhangelskaya gub., 143, 250, 269, 271, 277, 278, 284, 581
Armenians, 576
Arming of the cities in early Russia, 14
Army collegium, 146, 171
-- expenditure under Peter the Great, 139
-- industrial effect of creation of standing, 504
-- Peter the Great and the, 158

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