Stuart de Rothesay, Charles Stuart, Baron, 1779-1845

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Scottish nobleman and English ambassador to France (1815-1830), and Russia (1841-1845).

From the description of Papers, 1785-1855. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 62684765

Charles Stuart, Baron de Rothesay was a Scottish nobleman who attended Eton. Early in his career he acted as a secret agent in Spain and Portugal. His first ambassadorial post was in the Netherlands in 1815. The following fifteen years he served as ambassador in France when Paris was the most important diplomatic post in the world. He was friends with the Napoleonic family and was devoted to the cause of the Bourbons during the entire period of their restoration. His final post was in St. Petersburg from 1841 to1845.

From the guide to the Charles Stuart, Baron de Rothesay papers, 1785-1855, (University of Minnesota Libraries. Literary Manuscripts Collections, Manuscripts Division [mss])

British diplomat.

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Charles Stuart, Baron Stuart de Rothesay was born on Jan. 2, 1779; he entered the British diplomatic service, and became joint chargé d'affaires at Madrid in 1808; sent as envoy to Portugal in 1810, where he was created Count of Machico and Marquis of Angra, and Knight grand cross of the Tower and Sword; made G.C.B. and a privy councillor in 1812; was minister at the Hague, 1815-16, ambassador to Paris, 1815-30, and ambassador to St. Petersburg, 1841-45; was created Baron Stuart de Rothesay of the Isle of Bute in 1828; he died on Nov. 6, 1845.

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Stuart, Charles, Baron de Rothesay (1779-1845), diplomat, was born on January 2, 1779, the elder son of Sir Charles Stuart (1753-1801) and his wife Anne Louisa (1757-1841). Stuart was educated at Eton College (1753-1801), Christ Church, Oxford (1797-8), and the University of Glasgow (1798-9). After a brief stint in the bar, he entered the diplomatic service in 1801. Appointments as secretary of legation at Vienna (1801-4) and secretary of embassy at Petersburg (1804-8) were followed by a liaison and intelligence gathering assignment with the provincial juntas in French occupied Spain (1808-10). As minister in Lisbon (1810-14) he made himself indispensable to Wellington, and he was made a member of the Portuguese regency council. During the "hundred days" (1815), he was the ambassador at the courts of both the King of Netherlands and Louis XVIII of France, who was in exile in Ghent. His greatest diplomatic achievement was the treaty by which Brazil became independent of Portugal, negotiated on a joint Anglo-Portuguese special mission in 1825. He was reappointed as ambassador to France in 1828, and was created Baron Stuart de Rothesay of the Isle of Bute on January 22 that year. His subsequent assignments took him to Russia (under Sir Robert Peel's government). But by this time he was a sick man and a stroke left him unable to conduct business. Although he tried to conceal his condition, his resignation was forced in March 1844. He died at Highcliffe on November 6, 1845 and was buried there. He was survived by his wife, Lady Elizabeth Margaret (1769-1867) and his two daughters, Charlotte (1817-1861), later lady Canning and Louisa Anne (1818-1891), later Lady Waterford. With no male heir, his title became extinct.

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Charles Stuart, Baron Stuart de Rothesay was born on January 2, 1779; he entered the British diplomatic service, and became joint chargé d'affaires at Madrid in 1808; sent as envoy to Portugal in 1810, where he was created Count of Machico and Marquis of Angra, and Knight grand cross of the Tower and Sword; made G.C.B. and a privy councillor in 1812; was minister at the Hague, 1815-16, ambassador to Paris, 1815-30, and ambassador to St. Petersburg, 1841-45; was created Baron Stuart de Rothesay of the Isle of Bute in 1828; he died on November 6, 1845.

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referencedIn ABERDEEN PAPERS. Vol. CVI (ff. 484). Correspondence relating to Russia; 1841-1854. Arranged as follows:-(i) Correspondence with (a) Charles Stuart, Baron Stuart de Rothesay, Ambassador to Russia (I84I-I844), and (b) the Hon. John Arthur Douglas Bloo..., 1841-1854 British Library
referencedIn HEYTESBURY PAPERS. Vol. XXIII (ff. 227). Correspondence of A'Court with Sir Charles Stuart, [G.C.B., Baron Stuart de Rothesay 1828], as Ambassador to Paris, consisting mainly of extracts from Stuart's despatches to Lord Castlereagh, accompanied by co... British Library
referencedIn ROSE PAPERS. Vol. XXIII (ff. 186). (1) Correspondence with Sir Charles Stuart, G.C.B. (Baron Stuart de Rothesay 1828), Ambassador to France; 1816-1822. ff. 1-16b. (2) Letters from:-(a) Richard Le Poer Trench, 2nd Earl of Clancarty, both as Plenipoten..., 1814-1822 British Library
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Falmouth, Cornwall
Seville, Andalusia
Dominica, the W. Indies
Subject
Manuscripts--English
Spain--Foreign relations--18th century--Sources
Netherlands--Foreign relations--18th century--Sources
Ambassadors--Correspondence
France--Foreign relations--18th century--Sources
Diplomats--Archival resources
Occupation
Diplomats--Great Britain
Diplomats--Great Britain--Archival resources
Activity

Person

Birth 1779

Death 1845

Bretons

English,

French

Information

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