Document ReferenceBu 15/27
TitleLetter from 2nd Baron Bloomfield [J. Bloomfield], Vienna, Austria, to Sir A. Buchanan; 3 June 1863.
Date3 June 1863
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionInforms him that he is seeing Rechberg the following day; will add anything of interest, especially relating to Mensdorff, who is described as a 'quiet sensible man'; there has been trouble in Vienna caused by the King of Prussia's attempts to keep Karolyi from St Petersburg; Rechberg has failed to find anyone willing to accept the mission to St Petersburg; Werther has asked if he can meet the King of Prussia at the frontier, but the King wishes him [Werther] to stay at Karlsbad; can get little information about Schleswig-Holstein from Rechberg; Austria seems to take advantage of Prussian reticence; Lady Bloomfield is upset by events in Poland.
Termcivil disorder, Polish Rebellion 1863
military campaigns, Second Schleswig-Holstein War 1863-4

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA6556Pouilly; Alexander von Mensdorff- (1813-1871); Count; Austrian Foreign Minister1813-1871
NA6540Rechberg; Johann B. (1806-1899); Count; Austrian Prime Minister and Foreign Minister1806-1899
NA6289Karolyi; Mihaly (1793-1875); Count; Austrian Envoy Berlin1793-1875
NA6500Werther; Karl A.P. (1809-1894); Herr; diplomat1809-1894
NA6057Bloomfield; John A.D. (1802-1879); 2nd Baron Bloomfield; diplomat1802-1879
NA136Buchanan; Andrew (1807-1882); 1st Baronet; diplomat1807-1882
PL2306/Carlsbad/Bohemia/Central Europe
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