Document ReferenceBu 15/19
TitleLetter from 2nd Baron Bloomfield [J. Bloomfield], Vienna, Austria, to Sir A. Buchanan; 22 Apr 1863.
Date22 April 1863
Extent4 ff
Content DescriptionInforms him that he has received an account of events in Poland from Mr Cosals who has travelled by rail through Poland to Berlin; the war is still going strong; Rechberg has heard that troops are passing through Galicia; is worried about Napoléon's intentions; does not believe that Napoléon really wishes to go to war; Mr Pope-Hennesey is back in Vienna having visited Poland; is glad Paget has done so well in the 'great negotiation'; is amused to hear Prussia say she would follow the lead of Austria; discusses the attitudes of Bavaria, Prussia and Austria to the new order in Greece; Austria was always slow to recognise new dynasties; Rechberg has no account of the despatches sent to Gorchackov in Russia; Austria and France intend to maintain the integrity of the Danish monarchy;

Lady Bloomfield has returned from the countryside.
Termtransport, railways
travel, Poland
royalty, succession, Greek

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA1901Napoléon III (1808-1873); Emperor of the French; president of 2nd French Republic 1850-52 emperor 1852-701808-1873
NA6246Paget; Augustus B. (1823-1896); Sir; diplomat1823-1896
NA6550Hennesey; John Pope- (1834-1891); Sir; M.P.1834-1891
NA141Gorchakov; Alexander M. (1798-1883); Prince; Russian Foreign Minister1798-1883
NA6139Bloomfield; Georgiana (1822-1905); Baroness; wife of 2nd Baron Bloomfield1822-1905
NA6540Rechberg; Johann B. (1806-1899); Count; Austrian Prime Minister and Foreign Minister1806-1899
NA6057Bloomfield; John A.D. (1802-1879); 2nd Baron Bloomfield; diplomat1802-1879
NA136Buchanan; Andrew (1807-1882); 1st Baronet; diplomat1807-1882
PL2703/Galicia/Eastern Europe
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