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The Charter of the Marchants of Russia , graunted upon the discoverie of the saide Countrey, by King Philipe and Queene Marie. PHILIP and Marie, by the grace of God King and Queene, &c. To all manner of officers, true Jurie men, ministers and subjects, and to all other people as well within this our Realme or elsewhere under ou
arrive, abide, and winter within the Empire and dominions
of the high and mightie Prince our cousin and brother,
Lord John Basilivich Emperour of all Russia
great duke of Moscovie, &c. Who, of his clemencie,
for our love and zeale, did not onely admitte the Captaine,
and marchants our subjects into his pro e named, and to their
successours, as much as in us is, that all the mayne
landes, Isles, portes, havens, creekes, and rivers of the
said mighty Emperour of all Russia
, and great duke of
Mosco, &c. And all and singuler other lands, dominions,
territories, Isles, Portes, havens, creekes, rivers, armes
of the sea, of al and every