Diplomatic and consular service -- British
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of Charles Eastland de Michele (1810-98), editor of the Morning Post, c.1834 to c.1844, British consul at St. Petersburg, 1849-54, 1856-66.
Extents: 8.36 Linear metres (76 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 18th-20th cent.
Papers of James, Viscount Bryce, and Bryce family papers, 1826-1958. The bulk of the papers cover Bryce's political and literary career, 1857-1922.
Extents: 56.1 linear metres (561 physical shelfmarks)
Archive of John Francis Cradock (later Caradoc), 1st Baron Howden, and of his son, John Hobart Caradoc, 2nd Baron Howden
Official papers of J.F. Cradock, 1st Baron Howden (1762-1839), army commander and Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, mainly 1806-14; and of J.H. Caradoc, 2nd Baron Howden (1799-1873) as minister plenipotentiary in Madrid, 1850-8.
Extents: 4.65 Linear metres (31 Physical shelfmarks)
Correspondence and papers of Sir (D'Arcy) Patrick Reilly (1909-99), diplomat, with correspondence and papers of his father, Sir (Henry) D'Arcy (Cornelius) Reilly (1876-1948), Indian Civil Service.
Extents: 18.15 Linear metres (165 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of Sir Edmund Monson, 1st Baronet (1834-1909), mainly relating to his diplomatic service in Denmark, Greece, Austria-Hungary and France, 1884-1904, with papers relating to other diplomatic postings, and family correspondence, 1841-1908.
Extents: 1.46 Linear metres (165 physical shelfmarks)
Correspondence and papers of Sir Eyre Crowe (1864-1925), Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1920-5.
Extents: 4.4 Linear metres (40 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of Sir James Bland Burges (1752-1824), author, barrister, Member of Parliament and Under-Secretary at the Foreign Office, with papers of the Burges and Head families, 18th-20th cent.
Extents: 12.1 Linear metres (110 shelfmarks)
Dates: 18th-20th cent.
Papers of Sir Percy Loraine, 12th Bart. (1880-1961), diplomat.
Extents: 0.9 Linear metres (6 shelfmarks)
Correspondence and papers of Sir Walford Selby (1881-1965), diplomat, and the Selby family.
Extents: 9.9 Linear metres (91 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1900-1965, 15th-20th cent.
Papers of Sir Robert William Hay, Edward William Auriol Drummond-Hay, Sir John Hay Drummond-Hay, Sir Robert Hay Drummond-Hay, Alice Emily Drummond-Hay and Cicely Eleanor Meade-Waldo.
Extents: 6.82 Linear metres (62 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of Richard Wogan Talbot, 2nd Baron Talbot of Malahide (Irish Peerage), James, 3rd Baron, James, 4th Baron and 1st Baron de Malahide (United Kingdom Peerage), and Richard Wogan, 5th Baron Talbot of Malahide, with family and estate papers, 13th-20th cent.
Extents: 39.6 Linear metres (350 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 13th-20th cent.
Correspondence and papers of Sir Con O'Neill (1912-1988), diplomat, mainly concerning Britain's relations with the European Union (formerly the European Economic Community), 1968-1983.
Extents: 0.77 Linear metres (7 physical shelfmarks)
Personal papers of three generations of the Dodson family; Sir John Dodson, John George Dodson and John William Dodson, 1568-1930 (predominantly 1807-1930).
Extents: 11.5 Linear metres (115 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1568-1932 (predominantly 1807-1930)
Papers of George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon, 1820-70, with papers of related families, 17th-19th century.
Extents: 80.55 Linear metres (537 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1820-70, 17th-19th cent.