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Sketch of the acquisition of Russia since the accession of Peter 1st. to the throne [cartographic material] John Arrowsmith
Bib ID 4933079
Format MapMap
Author
Arrowsmith, John, 1790-1873
 
Description London : John Murray, 50 Abermarle Street, 1836 
1 map : col. ; 59.3 x 48.0 cm. 
Notes

Map of Russia showing accessions to the country by Tsar Peter 1st. Relief shown by hachures.

Plate 51 from: The London atlas of universal geography. London : J. Arrowsmith, 1838.

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Phillips, 764

Other authors/contributors Arrowsmith, John, 1790-1873. London atlas of universal geography

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