Ivan IV. acknowledged as tzar, 204.
asserts claim to the throne, 213.
coronation of, 214.
marriage of, 216.
change in the character of, 221.
his address to the people, 223.
defeat of, by the Tartars, 226.
capture of Kezan by, 235.
enthusiastic reception of, 237.
serious illness of, 240.
rebuke of, to Sweden, 252.
attaches Livonia, to Russia, 253.
death of the wife of, 255.
matrimonial projects with Poland, 255.
abdication of, 256.
petitioned to resume the throne, 257.
good will of England to, 259.
flight of, 261.
strives to be umpire in Poland, 263.
defiant demands of Poland on, 264.
unpopularity of, 266.
death of his son, depression at, 267.
death of, 268.
his sons, 270.
Ivan V. succeeds to the throne, 368.
deposed by Elizabeth. 368.
imprisonment and sufferings of, 370.
assassination of, 371.
Ivan (brother of Peter I.) seclusion and death of, 310.
Ivanovitch (Jean, of Moscow) reign and death of, 146.
Jacob (General) deserts the Russians and defends Azov,
captured and hung, 315.
Jean, base flattery of, to Machmet, 162.
Jean Danielovitch, see Danielovitch.
Jena, battle of, 482.
Jews, attempt of Andre to convert the, 96.
Joseph II. (of Germany) eccentricity of, 437.
visit to St. Petersburg, 438.
Kavgadi, taken possession of by Michel, 137.
Kezan, captured by Ivan III., 170.
siege of, 229.
capture of, 235.
insurrection in, 240.
Khan see Genghis.
Khozars, the, conquered by Sviatoslaf, 46.
Kief, beauty of the city of, 28.
the Norman adventurers Ascolod and Dir remain there, 29.
taken by Oleg, 31.
the capital of Russia transferred from, to Bulgaria, 48.
captured by Vladimir, 52.
decoration of, by Yaroslaf, 61.
punishment of, by Ysiaslaf, 63.
destruction of the citizens of, 66.
government offered to Monomaque, 70.
festival in honor of the new reign, 71.
the inhabitants of, invite Vladimirovitch to ascend the throne of, 76.
triumphal entrance of Georges into, 80.
Roman appointed prince of, 92.
plundered by the Tartars, 124.
Kolomna, emigration from Moscow to, 163.
Kostroma, burned by Constantine, 104.
Kothian (prince of Polovtsi) retreats to Hungary, 123.
Koulikof, battle of, 149.
Kouria (chief of the Petchenegues) defeats Sviatoslaf
and makes a
drinking cup of his skull, 49.
Ladislaus elected emperor, 286.
his election declared void, 287.
Laharpe, efforts of, for the education of Alexander, 473.