CodeNA3604
Place Entry/Russian Empire
CountryRussian Empire
NotesState that existed from 1721 until the Russian Revolution of 1917. It was the successor to the Tsardom of Russia (1547-1721), and the predecessor of the Soviet Union (1922-1991). It was the second largest contiguous empire of the world, surpassed only by the Mongol Empire. At one point in 1866, it stretched from eastern Europe, across Asia, and into North America.
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MS 4841Orthodox churches in the Russian EmpireMSS/4840-4856/4841
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Tait 266 ff. 234-43Correspondence on the distribution of bibles in RUSSIA1880Tait/161-296/266/234-43
Davidson 13, ff.177-80, 187-91Political situation in RUSSIA.Davidson/1-26/13/177-80, 187-91
Tait 419 f. 292RUSSIA1860Tait/409-442/409-424/419/292
Tait 224 ff. 105-10Correspondence on the distribution of bibles in RUSSIA1876Tait/161-296/224/105-10
Davidson 475Russia1911-1927Davidson/218-516/475
F. Temple 32, ff. 316-21 passimRUSSIA1901F.Temple/32/316-21 passim
F. Temple 59, ff. 6-7, 186-7 passimRUSSIA1902F.Temple/59/6-7, 186-7 passim
Benson 133 ff.163-8, 177-9, 216-18 passimRUSSIA.1891-1892Benson/133/163-8, 177-9, 216-18 passim
Davidson 81, ff.180-1War between RUSSIA and JAPAN in KOREA.1904Davidson/27-217/81/180-1
Davidson 97, ff.323-51War between RUSSIA and JAPAN1904Davidson/27-217/97/323-51
MS 2829PALMER PAPERS20 July [1851]-4 October [1851]MSS/2800-2857/2829
Davidson 5/41War between RUSSIA and JAPANDavidson/1-26/5/41
Davidson 469Russia1903-1920Davidson/218-516/469
Davidson 84, ff.5-17 passimWar between RUSSIA and JAPAN1903Davidson/27-217/84/5-17 passim
Davidson 29, f.116Persecution of JEWS in RUSSIA.Davidson/27-217/29/116
Davidson 176, ff.263-4Visit by British churchmen to RUSSIA.1912Davidson/27-217/176/263-4
Davidson 120, ff.140-211Persecution of JEWS in RUSSIA.1906Davidson/27-217/120/140-211
Tait 281 ff. 232-59Letters on the persecution of JEWS in RUSSIA1882Tait/161-296/281/232-59
Davidson 120, ff.98-122Political situation in RUSSIA.1906Davidson/27-217/120/98-122
Davidson 176, ff.199-235Persecution of JEWS in RUSSIA.1912Davidson/27-217/176/199-235
MS 4840/24Everyday life in RussiaMSS/4840-4856/4840/24
Davidson 467Russia1905-1924Davidson/218-516/467
Benson 103 ff.226-62Letters on the persecution of JEWS1891Benson/103/226-62
Davidson 469, ff.41-58Commemoration of John HUS, Bohemian reformer (d.1415), in RUSSIA.1915Davidson/218-516/469/41-58
Benson 148 ff.112-97RUSSIA.1896Benson/148/112-97
Tait 244 ff. 59-60, 75-8, 96-101Letters on the burial laws in RUSSIA1875Tait/161-296/244/59-60, 75-8, 96-101
Benson 100 ff.96-7EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE1891Benson/100/96-7
FP Howley 4, pp. 1007-34MOSCOW, Russia.1825FP/Howley/1-4/4/1007-34
MS 1898Copies by the Rev. William Palmer of documents in relation to the liturgy of the Russian Orthodox ChurchMSS/1861-1906/1898
FP Howley 31, ff. 193-6RIGA, Russia.FP/Howley/24-46/31/193-6
MS 1895, ff. 81-2RUSSIA; SCOTLAND - Petition of Scottish episcopalian clergy to the synod Russian Orthodox Church respecting union (draft)[1851]MSS/1861-1906/1895/81-2
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FP Howley 4, pp. 1035-42RIGA, Russia.FP/Howley/1-4/4/1035-42
FP Howley 4, pp. 1003-6ARCHANGEL, Russia - Letter on the Anglican chaplain.1818FP/Howley/1-4/4/1003-6
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Benson 86 ff.295-302Letters and papers on ROSENTHAL (Michael), Curate of St. Paul, Haggerston, Middx.; Warden of Jewish Mission House, Stepney, Middx.1890Benson/86/295-302
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MS 1897Copies by the Rev. William Palmer of documents relation to the history and liturgy of the Russian Orthodox ChurchMSS/1861-1906/1897
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Davidson 155, ff.148-66RUSSIA. 1909Davidson/27-217/155/148-66
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Davidson 181, ff.252-9 passimVisit by British churchmen to RUSSIA.1911Davidson/27-217/181/252-9 passim
FP Jackson 52Anglican churches and chapels in Europe: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland1866-1884FP/Jackson/F/52
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Benson 126 ff.17-30Letters from BRABAZON (Reginald), l2th Earl of Meath, on the persecution of Lutherans in RUSSIA1893Benson/126/17-30
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MS 4847Translation of St Euphrosyne's relics.1910MSS/4840-4856/4847
MS 4744General Secretary's Papers1915-1916MSS/4735-4767/4741-4764/4744
MS 3399Riley Papers1888-1889MSS/3398-3401/3399
MS 1894Correspondence between the Rev. William Palmer, Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, and his father the Rev. William Jocelyn Palmer, Rector of Mixbury[1824]-1853MSS/1861-1906/1894
MS 1896Copies of documents relating to the history of the Russian Orthodox Church, partly in the hand of Emma Palmer and partly in that of the Rev. William PalmerMSS/1861-1906/1896
MS 1899-1900Notebooks of the Rev. William Palmer describing the liturgy of the Russian Orthodox Church1841MSS/1861-1906/1899-1900
MS 1901A volume of the Rev. William Palmer's journal of his visit to Russia3 Feb-2 May 1841MSS/1861-1906/1901
MS 250MISCELLANY, INCLUDING ENGLISH VOYAGES 15th century - early 17th centuryMSS/250
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BM 5/225Agenda24th & 25th October 1911BM/5/225
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BirkbeckPapers of William John Birkbeck1853-1929Birkbeck
MS 4767Photographs from pre-revolutionary Russia, probably associated with Henry Joy Fynes-Clinton. MSS/4735-4767/4767
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