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413–19 (18 August 1721). Prokopovich published a tract on intermarriage, O brakakh pravovernykh lits s inovernymi (St Petersburg, 1721). 52. N. B. Golikova, Politicheskie protsessy pri Petre I (Moscow, 1957), pp. 131–2. Examples from the late 1690s from the Preobrazhenskii prikaz. 53. E. Shmurlo, Petr Velikii v otsenke sovremennikov i potomstva (St Petersburg, 1912), primechaniia, p. 1. 54. Golikova, Politicheskie protsessy, pp. 160–1. 55. M. Semevskii, Slovo i delo, 1700–1725: Ocherki i rasskazy iz russkoi istorii XVIII veka (St Petersburg, 1884), p.
P. 109. John Perry, The State of Russia (1716) (London, 1967), p. 209. Perry was an ardent admirer of Peter and his efforts to reform the ‘Biggottry and Superstition’ of his people (p. 221). Just Juel, ‘Iz zapisok datskogo poslannika Iusta Iulia’, Russkii arkhiv (1892), p. 133. See D. Tsvetaev, Protestantstvo i protestanty v Rossii do epokhi preobrazovaniia (Moscow, 1890); A. S. Muliukin, Priezd inostrantsev v Moskovskoe Gosudarstvo (St Petersburg, 1909). See Maureen Perrie, Pretenders and Popular Monarchism in Early Modern Russia: The False Tsars of the Time of Troubles (Cambridge, 1995); S.
45 (Gulf Breeze, 1987), pp. 213–15. Quoted in Nikolay Andreyev, ‘Nikon and Avvakum on Icon-Painting’, Revue des Études Slaves, vol. 38 (1961), p. 40. Baron, ‘The Origins’, pp. 12–14, uses the Swede Johannes Rodes’ dispatches for this period (B. Kurts, ‘Sostoianie Rossii v 1650–1655’, Chteniia v imperatorskom obshchestve istorii i drevnostei rossiiskikh (1915), no. 2). The Travels of Olearius, p. 281. Baron, ‘The Origins’, p. 15. See K. V. Bazilevich, ‘Kollektivnye chelobyt′ia kupechestva i bor′ba za russkii rynok v pervoi polovine XVII veka’, Izvestiia Akademii Nauk SSSR: Otdelenie obshchestvennykh nauk, 1932, no.
At the Edge of Empire The Terek Cossacks and the North Caucasus Frontier 1700-1860 by Thomas Barrett