2 edition of embassy of Sir William White at Constantinople, 1886-1891. found in the catalog.
embassy of Sir William White at Constantinople, 1886-1891.
Colin L. Smith
Bibliography: p. -180.
|Series||Oxford historical series. British series|
|LC Classifications||DA47.9.T8 S5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 183 p.|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||58000713|
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Embassy of Sir William White at Constantinople, [London] Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: William White, Sir; William White, Sir: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Colin L Smith.
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Smith, Colin Leonard. The embassy of Sir William White at Constantinople, Oxford University Press London. Wikipedia Citation. Sir William Arthur White GCB GCMG PC (13 February – 28 December embassy of Sir William White at Constantinople was a British diplomat.
White entered the diplomatic service in at the age of 33, and between and had postings in Warsaw, Danzig, Belgrade, and he was given the ambassadorship in Constantinople, which he held for five years until his death on 28 December at the age of Born: 13 FebruaryPuławy, Kingdom of Poland.
Ambassadors from England. The first ambassador from England to the Ottoman Empire or Porte was appointed in under the reign of Elizabeth I. William Harborne, merchant Sir Edward Barton Henry Lello Sir Thomas Glover Sir Paul Pindar Sir Thomas Roe Sir Peter Wyche Sir Sackville Crowe.
The Embassy of Sir William White at Constantinople, By COLIN L. SMITH. Oxford University Press, PP. xi+ 25s. This short book, perhaps because it originated in a doctoral thesis, is not entirely satisfactory in conception or focus. The period it covers saw several developments.
The Embassy of Sir William White at Constantinople, By Colin L. Smith. Oxford University Press,pages. There are few better ways of deepening our understanding of British foreign policy than by analysing the work of an important ambassador. Yet we only possess two such studies of real value for the later 19th and.
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Full text of "The Review of Reviews, Vol July - December " See other formats.Of the seven accounts included, those of William Hawkins and William Finch relate to the Company’s embassy to the Great Mogul that led to the setting up of the Company’s first factory at Surat (), and Edward Terry was a chaplain with Roe’s embassy ([-]19).DÜBNER, JOHANN FRIEDRICH (), German classical scholar (naturalized a Frenchman), was born in Hör selgau, near Gotha, on the 20th of December After studying at the university of Göttingen he returned to Gotha, where from he held a post (inspector coenobii) in connexion with the this period he made his name known by editions of Justin and Persius.