Document ReferenceBu 25/13
TitleLetter from 4th Earl of Clarendon [G. Villiers], Foreign Office, London, to Sir A. Buchanan, St Petersburg, Russia; 8 June 1870.
Date8 June 1870
Extent3 ff
Content DescriptionStates that Brunnow had not wanted to move to Paris and that he was sorry to lose him; comments on the problems in Greece and speculates on possible differences with Russia on this question; requests that he find out as much as possible about Russian policy; reports that there is a great deal of speculation about the visit of the King of Prussia and Prince Bismarck to the Tsar, as the Tsar had only just returned from Berlin; was glad that relations between America and Russia were stabilizing following the sale of Alaska; was not sure if he would go to Wiesbaden that summer.
Termappointments, diplomatic, Russian

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA6192Alexander II (1818-1881); Emperor of all the Russias; (succeeded 1855)1818-1881
NA140Bismarck; Otto E.L. von (1815-1898); Prince; German statesman and Prussian minister-president1815-1898
NA6231Wilhelm I (1797-1888); German Emperor; ( King of Prussia from 1861 German Emperor from 1871)1797-1888
NA6093Villiers; George W.F. (1800-1870); 4th Earl of Clarendon1800-1870
NA136Buchanan; Andrew (1807-1882); 1st Baronet; diplomat1807-1882
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