It was a sleepless night in Chechnya for two lawyers from the Russian town of Orenburg, Sergei Babinets and Dmitriy Dimitriyev.
After a sojourn of three days, he started in a tarantass for Orenburg.
At length, after a journey of four hundred versts, Orenburg was reached.
So the adventurous guardsman started by railway for Orenburg, the great centre and depôt of Central Asiatic traffic.
The advance of the Russian frontier from Orenburg to Samarkand is about 800 miles.
Their third and last insurrection was in 1735, at the time of the foundation of Orenburg, and it lasted for six years.
These also are hand-woven, and come from the province of Orenburg, just beyond the Urals.
(b) From Bokhara an uninterrupted correspondence--particularly active in summer--is kept up with Orenburg.
The fur of these animals is very valuable, and the Kirghiz hunters carry thousands every year to the great market of Orenburg.
Khivan merchants habitually attend the Orenburg and Nizhniy-Novgorod fairs.