Gomel, Causes fanancieres, vol.
The government is divided into eleven districts, of which the chief towns with their populations in 18p7 were: Mogilev-onDnieper, or Mogilev Gubernskiy (47591 in 1900), Chausy (555 o), Cherikov (5250), Homel or Gomel (45,081 in 1900), Gorki (6730), Klimovichi (4706), Mstislavl (10,382 in 1900), Orsha (13,161), Rogachev (9103), Staryi Bykhov (6354), and Syenno (4061).
Gomel, Les Causes financieres de la Revolution (Paris, 1893) R.
HOMEL, or Gomel, a town of Russia, in the government of Mogilev, and 132 m.
The financial history of the Revolution has been traced by C. Gomel, Histoire financiere de l'Assemblee Constituante (2 vols., Paris, 1897), and R.
Gomel, Les Causes financieres de la revolution francaise (Paris, 1892); and for contemporary tracts and pamphlets M.