Russia Volume 4 by Johann Gottlieb GeorgiRussia Volume 4 by Johann Gottlieb Georgi

Russia Volume 4

byJohann Gottlieb Georgi, Johann Gottlieb Georgi

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1783 edition. Excerpt: of' tt&A He had frequent quarrels /with his sons,; the sirst; rife.of which was. occasioned, as is said, by the old khan's desiring certain favour? pfis daughtin-law ".. His eldest son Tschak-Durdshop, there-, fpre, rebelled against hi$ father; and, being much beloved by the people, who all ""sol; lowed himj he forced Ayuka to retire to the little town of the Kosacs of the Jaik. Gund Gundshep, the fourth son of Ayuka, sent a murderer to the hut of Tschak-Durdshop, who sired upon him in the night, and wounded him with two balls, but without killing him. The assassin was seized, and Gundshep fled with his hord to Saratof. The old khan and his son were reconciled by the mediation of prince Golitzin. But, just as Tschak-Durdssiop was about to bring back the hord over the Jaik into the deserts about the Volga, Sandship, the third son of Ayuka, marched with sifteen thousand tents to Soongaria; foolishly imagining that he could put himself in pofleflion of the hord of the Soongars. But the Soongarian sovereign, Zagan Areptan, seized Sandship by a stratagem, and detained all the people he brought with him. I He afterwards sent back this Sandship, attended by only seven men, to his father.--Three of the sons of Ayuka died about this time, and Sandship also without heirs..t In the year 1711, the governor of Kasan, count Apraxin, had a remarkable conference with Ayuka khan. By the transactions dri this occasion, it appears that Ayuka received a thousand rubles, and two thousand sacks of meal, with a certain quantity of powder and ball. He promised to serve the emperor faithfully to his death. f In the year 1713, Ayuka declared his son successor; gave him up his seal which he had received from the Dalai Lama, himself using thenceforward...
Title:Russia Volume 4Format:PaperbackDimensions:108 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.22 inPublished:May 20, 2014Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217562728

ISBN - 13:9780217562720