Constantin made the first move by burning the town of Kostroma and carrying off the inhabitants as captives.
He had heard that the Rostovs were at Kostroma but the thought of Natasha seldom occurred to him.
Prince Paul of Kostroma was godfather, and gave the babe the name of Alexis.
Volkov was born at Kostroma, in 1729, the son of a merchant.
Similar unification is nearly finished at Tula and at Kostroma.
He studied at the ecclesiastical seminary of Kostroma and completed his course in 1845.
Thereupon the inhabitants of Moscow deserted the town and took up residence with their prince in Kostroma.
He bought several towns, besides land in the neighborhood of Vladimir, Rostof, and Kostroma.
He opened his eyes and saw his friend Ukleikin, the landscape painter, who had been away all the summer in the Kostroma district.
All the nobility, for fifty versts around, including Prince Paul and the chief families of Kostroma, were invited.