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1. (Composite of) Carte de Moscovie. Dressee par Guillaume De l'Isle de l'Academie royale des Sciences a Son Excellence Monseigneur Andre Artemonides de Matueof Ministre d'Etat de sa Majeste Csarienne l'Empereur des Russes, son Lieutenant gnal. en la Principaute de Jaroslavie ... Par son tres humble et tres obeisst. Serviteur De l'Isle. A Paris, chez l'Auteur sur le Quai de l'Horologe, avec Privilege, 1706. Grave par Liebaux le fils. (Raster Image) Raster Stanford University Public content

1706. Rumsey, David, 1944-, L'Isle, Guillaume de, 1675-1726, and Liebaux, Henri. This layer is a georeferenced image of a map of Russia (1706). The original map appears in "(Atlas de Geographie)." The historic map layers in the ... Cartography Associates.

2. (Composite of) (Plan stolichnago goroda Sanktpeterburga s izobraheniem znatiieshikh onago prospektov, izdannyi trudami Imperatorskoi Akademii nauk i khudozhestv. Plan de la ville de St. Petersbourg avec ses principales vues dessine & grave sous la direction de l'Academie imperiale des sciences et des arts) (Raster Image) Raster Stanford University Public content

1753. Rumsey, David, 1944-, Akademii͡a nauk SSSR, Valeriani, Joseph., and Makhaev, Mikhail Ivanovich, 1718-1770. This layer is a georeferenced image of a map of St. Petersburg, Russia (1753). The original map includes 1 map on 9 sheets. The historic map layers... Cartography Associates.

4. The European part of the Russian Empire. From the maps published by the Imperial Academy at St. Petersburg with the new provinces on the Black Sea. The Asiatic part of the Russian Empire. From the maps published by the Imperial Academy at St. Petersburg with the new discoveries of Captn. Cook &c. London, Published 12th May, 1794 by Laurie & Whittle, No. 53, Fleet Street (Raster Image) Raster Stanford University Public content

1794. Rumsey, David, 1944- and Kitchin, Thomas. This layer is a georeferenced image of a map of Russia (1746). The original map appears in (A new universal atlas, exhibiting all the empires, king... Cartography Associates.