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71) In 1727, ascribed peasants in Kataiskii District complained about the low values set for labor: the treasury paid 15 kopecks for each sazhen 'of firewood and 1 ruble, 70 kopecks for "depositing, covering with peat, piling, burning, and breaking" of heaps of firewood in making charcoal.
19) When peasants refused to work on the roads their names were entered in the punishment registers and they were given the rather stiff fine of twenty-five kopeiks per sazhen (2.
In 1754 the land survey instructions ruled that the highway should be sixty sazhens (128 m) wide.