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TRAVELS TO AND FROM THAT CAPITAL;

THROUGH FLANDERS,

THE RHENISH PROVINCES, PRUSSIA, RUSSIA,

POLAND, SILESIA, SAXONY,

THE FEDERATED STATES OF GERMANY, AND FRANCE.

BY A. B. GRANVILLE, M. D.

F.R.S. ; F.L.S.; M.R.I.; F.G.S.; &. M.R.A.S.

Physician in Ordinary to H. R. H. the Duke of Clarence; Physician Accoucheur to the Westmin-
ter General Dispensary, and to the Benevole at Lying-in Institution ; Principal Physician to the
Horal Metropolitan Infirmary for Sick Children ; Hion. Member of the Royal Academy of Medicine
of Nadrid; Corresp. Member of the Imperial Academy of Sciences of St. Petersburgh, and Hon.
Verber of the Imperial Medico-( hirurgical Academy of the same town; Foreign Associate of
the Royal Academy of Sciences at Naples - Member of the Physico-Mathematical Class of the Royal
Academy of Sciences of Turin; of the Royal Academy of Sciences and Belles Lettres of Brus.
sets ; Corresp. Member of the Medico-Chirurgical Society of Berlin; and Ordinary Member of
the Natural History Society of Halle; Corresp. Member of the Prussian Physical Society of Bonn;
of the Philomathic and Philotechnic Societies, and the Societé Medicale d'Emulation of Paris; of
the Philosophical and Literary Society of Manchester; of the Georgofili of Florence; of the
Medical and Scientific Societies of Marseilles, Florence, Pistoja, Val d'Arno, Padua, Venice, &c.;
and Member of the Royal College of Physicians in London.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. II.

SECOND EDITION

CAREFULLY REVISED, AND WITH CONSIDERABLE ADDITIONS.

LONDON:
HENRY COLBURN, NEW BURLINGTON STREET.

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CHAPTER VI.

Buildings and Institutions connected with the Administration of Govern-

ment.— The Senate House.-Code in the handwriting of Catherine II.—The

Admiralty.–Buildings, plan, and internal arrangement.-Its Cabinets of Na-

tural History and National Curiosities.—The Model Rooms.-General Bentham

and the Carriage-ship.-Launch of the Alexander, of 110 guns, and two other

ships of the line. — Their conveyance to Cronstadt. — Russian Navy.—The

Etat- Major.–Departments of Geography, Hydrography, and Land-Surveying.

-The Lithographic Department.--Depôt of Maps, and sale of them. Great

Map of the Russian Empire.-Secret Geographical Cabinet.—Travelling Maps

of Alexander.-Autograph Schemes of Alexander, for Reviews and Sham-

Fights.—Topography of the different Governments.-Manufactories of Mathe-

matical Instruments. The Printing-press Department.—The Chancellerie.-

The Library.—Autograph Letters of Peter the Great.—The War-game.The

Incombustible Hall.—Military Archives from the time of Peter the Great.-

Domestic Establishment of the People resident in the Palace of the Etat-Major.

- General Observations.—The Chateau St. Michel.—The Corps du Genie.-

The Arsenals.— The Foundery.—The Colleges.—The Post-Office. The pre-

sent System.—Distribution of Letters.—Private Post-office for corresponding

with the Emperor.- Revenue of the Post-Office. The Citadel.-The Mint.-

General Enumeration of other Public Buildings connected with the Ad-

ministration of the Civil and Military Government at St. Petersburgh.

Page 52-98.

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