Nils von Rosenstein

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Nils von Rosenstein, painting by Per Krafft the elder.

Nils von Rosenstein (Uppsala 1 December 1752—Klara parish, Stockholm, 7 August 1824) was a Swedish civil servant and propagator for enlightenment thinking. He served as tutor to the future King Gustav IV Adolf for eleven years (1784-1795) and as permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy since 1786. He was a son of the physician Professor Nils Rosén von Rosenstein.[1]

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  1. ^ Stålmarck, Torkel, "von Rosenstein, Nils", Svenskt biografiskt lexikon, 30, pp. 439-443
Cultural offices
Preceded by
First holder
Swedish Academy
Seat No.11

1786-1824
Succeeded by
Lars Magnus Enberg