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Three of these chapters had appeared previously in different formats. The introduction is an abridged version of an article published by Svin’in in 1814 in Syn Otechestva (Son of the Fatherland),9 soon after his return to Russia. ” The chapter on General Moreau was an abbreviated version of a pamphlet published in 1814. The last three chapters of the book – Niagara Falls, The Amusements of the Indians, and Fishing on the Banks of Newfoundland – consist of previously unpublished material. As already mentioned, Pavel Svin’in spent about twenty months in the United States as a secretary in the Russian Consulate in Philadelphia.
Frustrated by the perceived lack of cooperation in Philadelphia, Dashkov, by the fall of 1816, broke off ofﬁcial 22 Th e Begin n in gs o f Ru ssian-A merican Diplomatic R elations diplomatic relations with the United States, making it difﬁcult to negotiate a resolution to the conﬂict in St Petersburg. To make matters worse, earlier American ofﬁcials had charged Evstaf’ev with illegally holding seized British property during the war. Clearly, relations were at a breaking point. For weeks, Harris and Russian ofﬁcials in St Petersburg negotiated a way to resolve the dispute.
However, Fedor Karzhavin spent more than a decade in North America, and many historians believe that he had signiﬁcant contacts with such prominent revolutionaries as John Hancock and James Madison. Upon his arrival in the 1770s, he had offered his services as a translator of French, but he was not used immediately. 4 The American Revolution placed great strain on the relations between Russia and Great Britain. As early as 1775, King George iii asked Catherine for help in suppressing the American rebels, but the Russian empress refused to send the 20,000 troops to Canada as the king had requested.
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