Vincent E. Hammond's State Service in Sixteenth Century Novgorod: The First PDF

By Vincent E. Hammond

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Country carrier in 16th Century Novgorod is ready the 1st century of the criminal improvement of the pomestie proven via Ivan III after the conquest of Novgorod.

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111. On the old census see Shapiro, I, pp. 11–14. 112. For Ivan III’s charter to Erema and Mitia Trusov Vorobin of 27 July 1482, see D. Ya. Samokvasov, Arkhivnyi material: Novootkrytye dokumenty pomestno-votchinnykh uchrezhdenii moskovskago gosudarstva XV-XVII stoletii, I (Moscow, 1905), otd. 2, no. 63a, p. 3. 113. The returns for Shelonskaia province from the “new census” are in NPK, IV, 1–232, and NPK, V, 1–315, 407–427. 114. The returns from the “new census” for Vodskaia province are printed in (1) NPK, III (St.

The returns for the petty landowners and monasteries come after the pomesties. The published fragments of the cadaster of Ivan Beleutov and Alexis Zherebtsov with the returns for the obrok-paying crown lands are in NPK, V, 315–32. 122. See NPK, V, 427–571, for the Muraviev cadaster. 123. The surviving returns from the Bezobrazov cadaster, which consists of 357 sheets countersigned by Ivan Andreev Trifonov and Sulmen Bulgakov, are in NPK, V, 571–696. The census-takers placed the original sheets in a folder filed in the Pomestie Chancery.

Shishkin’s are in NPK, V, 573. 125. Gregory Tsypletev’s returns are in NPK, V, 584; Vasily Pleshcheev’s in NPK, V, 612; Yury Tyrtov’s in NPK, V, 646; and Andrew Vypovsk’s in NPK, V, 687. 126 On the tax unit (obzha), see Pushkarev, Dictionary, p. 73. Since the Novgorod tax unit usually equalled 10 chetverts (cheti) in each of the three fields, the tax unit represented fifteen desiatins. 127. ” The Tatianins were an old parish family. Ivan Andreev syn and Dmitry Tatianin were old Pazherevitsy pomeshchiks in 1539.

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