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" Kazan, Astrakhan, and Siberia, remained in the eyes of the nation as imperishable monuments of his glory. The Russians, who saw in him the illustrious author of their power and civilization, rejected or forgot the surname of tyrant given him by his contemporaries.... "
Handbook for Northern Europe: Finland and Russia - Page 425
by John Murray (Firm) - 1849
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The empire of the czar; or, Observations on the social, political ..., Volume 2

1843
...his bad qualities. The groans had ceased, the victims were reduced to dust; new events caused ancient traditions to be forgotten ; and the memory of this...were buried in the public archives ; whilst Kazan, Astrachan, and Siberia remained in the eyes of the nation as imperishable monuments of his glory. The...
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An illustrated description of the Russian empire

Robert Sears - Soviet Union - 1855 - 686 pages
...to be forgotten ; and the memory of this prince reminded people only of the conquest of three Mongol kingdoms. The proofs of his atrocious actions were buried in the public archives ; while Kazan, Astrakhan, and Siberia, remained in the eyes of the nation as imperishable monuments...
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an illustrated description of the russian empire

robert sears - 1855
...to be forgotten; and the memory of this prince reminded people only of the conquest of three Mongol kingdoms. The proofs of his atrocious actions were buried in the public archives ; while Kazan, Astrakhan, and Siberia, remained in the eyes of the nation as imperishable monuments...
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The Conquest of Turkey, Or, The Decline and Fall of the Ottoman Empire, 1877 ...

Linus Pierpont Brockett, Porter Cornelius Bliss - Eastern question (Balkan) - 1878 - 768 pages
...bad qualities. The groans had ceased, the victims were reduced to dust ; new events caused ancient traditions to be forgotten, and the memory of this...were buried in the public archives, whilst Kazan, Astrakhan, and Siberia remained in the eyes of the nation as imperishable monuments of his glory. The...
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Handbook for Travellers in Russia, Poland, and Finland: Including the Crimea ...

John Murray (Firm) - Asia, Central - 1888 - 571 pages
...traditions to be forgotten, and the memory of this prince reminded the people only of the conquest of three kingdoms. The proofs of his atrocious actions* were buried in the public archives, whilst Kazan, Astrakhan, and Siberia remained in the eyes of the nation imperishable monuments of his glory." His...
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The American Magazine, Volume 3

1877
...to be forgotten ; and the memory of the prince reminded people only of the conquest of three Mongol kingdoms. The proofs of his atrocious actions were buried in the public archives ; while Kazan, Astrakhan, i 1 and Siberia remained in the eyes of the nation as imperishable monuments...
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