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Title Russia and the Eastern Question
Author(s) Cobden, Richard
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1854
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication Boston
Publisher John P Jewett & Company
Notes Chapter 1, pp.9-46.
Region Europe, Middle East, North America
Names Richard Cobden, Napoleon Bonaparte (pp9, 23), Thomas Attwood (pp36, 39) Lord Dudley Stuart (p37)
Places Russia, England, Poland (pp40-41), Wallachia, Moldavia (pp44-45), Turkey (pp12-18), Constantinople, Istanbul (p18), United States of America, USA (p35)
Topics diplomacy, Russian Empire, Anglo-Russian relations, comparison between Turkish and Russian Governments (pp12, 15), Ottoman, Turks (pp13-15, 18), trade (pp13, 17-18, 26-30, 34, 42), natural history of turkey (p14), religion, religious intolerance, Islam, Mohammedanism (p15), alcohol, opium, coffee, tobacco (p18), population density and taxation or Russia, Prussia, France, England (p20), population Russian cities (p21), potential effects of Russia controlling Turkey (pp24-25, 29), nationalism (p30), industry (pp32-34), cotton (p34), natural resources of the United States (p35), increase in area and population Russian Empire 1689-1825 (p38)