List of diplomats of Great Britain to the Republic of Genoa

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List of diplomats from the Kingdom of England and Great Britain to the Republic of Genoa

Envoys Extraordinary of England (to 1707)[edit]

Envoys Extraordinary of Great Britain (from 1707)[edit]

British Representatives to Genoa since 1797[edit]

France 1797 to 1814[edit]

In 1797, the Republic passed under French control as the Ligurian Republic, and was formally annexed to France in 1805 as the département of Gênes.

Kingdom of Sardinia[edit]

At the 1814 Congress of Vienna, Genoa became part of the Kingdom of Sardinia. Britain continued to appoint Consuls to the city.

Kingdom of Italy[edit]

The Kingdom of Sardinia became the core of the Kingdom of Italy in 1861.

References[edit]

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  2. ^ H. M. Stephens, ‘Chetwynd, William Richard, third Viscount Chetwynd (1685?–1770)’, rev. Philip Carter, (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography), Oxford University Press, 2004 [1], accessed 15 Nov 2008.
  3. ^ a b c http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/default.asp The National Archives catalogue, class SP 79
  4. ^ "Deaths and Preferments". The Scots Magazine. 38: 363. 1786. Retrieved 14 September 2016 – via Google Books. 
  5. ^ "Collet, John (d 1786) Consul at Genoa". The National Archives. 
  6. ^ London Gazette 13545
  7. ^ a b S. T. Bindoff, E. F. Malcolm Smith and C. K. Webster, British Diplomatic Representatives 1789-1852 (Camden 3rd Series, 50, 1934).
  8. ^ "Foreign Office Records, Consul Joseph Brame and Francis Drake". The National Archives. Retrieved 14 September 2016. 
  9. ^ "Deaths and Preferments". The Scots Magazine. 48: 363. July 1786. Retrieved 14 September 2016 – via Google Books. 
  10. ^ The Dispatches and Letters of Vice Admiral Lord Viscount Nelson: 1795 to 1797. 2. Colburn. 1845. 
  11. ^ Sloyan, Victoria. "Accounts of Timothy Yeats-Brown, British Consul at Genoa, 1835-57". Bodleian Library, University of Oxford. Retrieved 1 April 2015. 
  12. ^ "Francis Yeats-Brown". Student Encyclopedia. Retrieved 1 October 2014.