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DOMESTIC SCENES IN RUSSIA.
Arrival at Petersburg-Account of voyage- Proceedings of Cus
tom-house officers at Cronstadt and Petersburg-Passport regulations.
St. Petersburg, June 22nd, 1837. I LOSE no time in sending you, according to promise, an account of our safe arrival here, which took place yesterday, after a pleasant and prosperous voyage
of a week.
We sailed from London on Wednesday morning, the 14th, in the Countess of Lonsdale, for Hamburg, which we reached on Friday; and proceeding by land to Traavemunde, the port of the Baltic packets, ten or twelve miles from Lubeck, we sailed in the Naslednik, steamer, for Petersburg at three o'clock on Saturday afternoon. By nine o'clock on Monday night we were in the Gulf of Finland, the following morning we were off Revel;