An account of Muscovy, as it was in the year 1689 [electronic resource] : In which the troubles that happen'd in that empire from the present czar Peter's election to the throne, to his being firmly settled in it, are particularly related. With a character of him, and his people. By Monsieur de La Neuville, then residing at Moscow.

Author
Foy de la Neuville [Browse]
Uniform title
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : printed for Edward Castle, next Scotland-Yard-Gate, by Whitehall, 1699.
Description
[8], 119, [1] p.

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Summary note
eebo-0113
Notes
  • Sometimes attributed, apparently erroneously, to Adrien Baillet.
  • A translation of: Relation curieuse et nouvelle de Moscovie.
  • Running title reads: Monsieur de la Neuville's account of Muscovy.
  • Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
References
Wing (2nd ed.) F2046A.
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