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the story are introduced some excellent descriptions, not only of Russia's two great cities, St. Petersburg and Moscow, as they appear to any observer, but of Russian society and its peculiar featuresto be burned to the ground, together with the clothing of the peasants. The descriptions of St. Petersburg sights and people are bright and pleasing, and there is much that can be gleaned of the domebility by reading this little volume. Brooklyn Eagle. The Tsar's window is the city of St. Petersburg, whence Peter the Great looked out into Europe over the icy waters of the Baltic. Into the arply drawn as a line engraving. The charm of the book is in its descriptions of the city ( St. Petersburg ) and of court ceremonial, says the New York Tribune. They are charmingly disintereste they lived so easily and pleasantly. The love affairs all end satisfactorily; the visit in St. Petersburg was rich in incident, novelty, color, and amusement; the reader looks in at the Tsar's windo