The Kress Library reportedly holds other manuscript tracts and/or rare publications concerning the trade of Riga and St. Petersburg, materials not located for this guide.
F. J. Brunner Print Collection
Includes the following items: Bourse de Saint-Petersbourg, n.p., after 1805, wood engraving, plate cut from unidentified French periodical (AE r3); Moscou. Bourse et Corps des Boutiques, lithographed by Arnout (probably Louis Jules Arnout, b. 1814) after a drawing by Dietz, published after 1805, hand colored, title also in Russian (AE r5 xx); Petersburg. (Die Borse), engraved by Joseph Jung, n.p., after 1805, hand colored, trimmed to plate mark, a view of the St. Petersburg exchange which was begun in 1805 and completed in 1810 (AE r2); Vue de la Bourse, St. Petersburg, signed: AM, n.p., after 1805, lithograph (AE r4 x); and Vue de la Bourse et du Magazin des Marchandizes, en remontant la petite Neva (St. Petersburg), engraved by Pierre Laurent Auvray (b. 1736), after a drawing by Louis Nicolas de Lespinasse (1734–1808), probably a plate from Leclerc's Histoire physique, morale, et politique de la Russie moderne (Versailles and Paris, 1783–85), which Auvray illustrated (Paris? 178-?) (AE rl x).
Jean Francois Magenthies
Prospectus of a company for trade with Russia, Avignon, 1780, 15 pp. Bound at front is a printed circular letter, 2 pp., signed by Magenthies, soliciting subscriptions.
An extract of the principal articles which are allowed to be imported by the tariff of 20 November 1819 [St. Petersburg, printed by Charles Kray, 1820], 28 pp., interleaved and annotated copy of Edward Spalding, a merchant of Bristol, Rhode Island. Also contains rules and regulations concerning the customs.
St. Petersburg government iron foundry
Specimens of iron work from this foundry, n.p., 1826, 13 11., drawn by J. Reed. Consists of plates, including ink and watercolor drawings, of the products of the foundry.