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Preliminary Inventory to the Russia. Legatsiia (Württemberg, Germany) Records, 1828-1904
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Box 1

Communications of the Minister of Foreign Affairs on political questions and instructions to Mr. D'Obreskoff, Minister in Stuttgart

 

1828-1830

 

1831-32

 

Communications of the Minister of Foreign Affairs addressed to Minister Baron Meyendorf and to the Charge d'Affaires Mr. de Stoffregen and Count de Medem, 1833-1840

 

Political reports of Russian Minister in Stuttgart Prince Gortchakoff addressed to the Russian Chancellor Count Nesselrode

 

1840: Nos. 1-28, 2-34

 

1841: Nos. 1-44

 

1842: Nos. 1-8, 1-23

 

1843: Nos. 24-52

Box 2

Political reports of Rusian Minister in Stuttgart Prince Gortchakoff addressed to the Russian Chancellor Count Nesselrode and Count Worontzoff-Dachkoff

 

1844: Nos. 53-80

 

1845: Nos. 81-177

 

1846: Nos. 118-183 (from Stuttgart and Baden, private letters on political questions)

 

1847: Nos. 184-228 (from Stuttgart, private letters)

 

1848:

 

January-June, Nos. 229-314 (private letters)

 

July-December, Nos. 315-392

Box 3

1849: Nos. 393-439

 

1850: Nos. 440-519 (some addressed to Mr. Seniavin)

 

Political reports of Prince Gortchakoff, Minister to the Germanic Confederation, from Frankfurt on the Main

 

1851: Nos. 50-75

 

1852: Nos. 76-107

 

1853: Nos. 108-112

Box 4

Political reports of Prince Gortchakoff, Minister to the Germanic Confederation, from Stuttgart

 

1851: Nos. 520-562 (No. 524 missing)

 

1852: Nos. 563-616 (includes private letters)

 

1853: Nos. 617-652

 

1854: Nos. 653-694

 

Circulars, communications and instructions of the Minister for Foreign Affairs relating to political questions to Prince Gortchakoff and Charge d'Affaires in Stuttgart, 1850-1853

Box 5

Special mission of Prince Gortchakoff in Vienna, 1854, and the Vienna Conference of 1855-56

 

Vienna Conference, 1855-56, correspondence and documents, deposited by Prince Gortchakoff

 

Reports of Mr. de Stoffregen, Charge d'Affaires in Stuttgart, addressed to the Minister for Foreign Affairs during the absence of the Head of the Legation

 

1848-49: Nos. 1-68

 

1849-1850: Nos. 69-123 (No. 105 is missing)

 

1850-55: Nos. 125-201

 

Political reports to St. Petersburg of Mr. de Glinka, Charge d'Affaires to the Germanic Confederation in Frankfurt, 1850-54

 

Correspondence between Prince Gortchakoff, Stuttgart, and Mr. de Glinka, Franfurt on the Main, 1950-52

Box 6

Political reports of Mr. Titoff, Minister Ad Interim in Stuttgart, 1854-55: Nos. 695-730

 

Letters of Mr. Titoff to Count Nesselrode, 1854-55

 

Correspondence and documents of Mr. Titoff, Second Russian Plenipotentiary at the Vienna Conference and Minister Ad Interim at Stuttgart

 

1854-55

 

1856

 

1854-58

 

Reports and private letters of Mr. Titoff and Mr. Stoffregen, 1855-56: Nos. 1-16

 

Reports and private letters of Mr. Stoffregen to St. Petersburg, 1856: Nos. 17-37

 

Reports and private letters of Count Benckendorf, Minister at Stuttgart, and Mr. Stoffregen addressed to Prince Gortchakoff in St. Petersburg, 1856-58: Nos. 1-68

Box 7

Reports and private letter of Mr. Titoff

 

1858-59: Nos. 69-96

 

1860-62: Nos. 97-148

 

1853-65: Nos. 149-169

 

Correspondence of Russian Representatives in Stuttgart with Russian Representatives in other countries

 

Vienna, 1850-56

 

Munich, 1850-58

 

Berlin, 1850-58

 

Frankfurt on the Main, 1850-57

 

Paris, 1856-58

 

Miscellaneous, 1858-1864

Box 8

Communications and instructions by Count Nesselrode to Mr. Titoff, 1854-55

 

Communications and instructions by Count Nesselrode and Prince Gortchakoff to Mr. Titoff and Mr. de Stoffregen, 1856

 

Communications and instrutions of Prince Gortchakoff

 

1857-59

 

1860

 

1861-65

 

Correspondence and notes of Mr. Titoff, 1860-62

Box 9

Confidential letters of Count Nesselrode to Prince Gortchakoff in Vienna, 1855-56

 

Letters of Prince Gortchakoff to Count Chreptovitch, Ambassador in London, 1856

 

Agreement of Navigation on the Danube, correspondence and documents pertaining to, 1857-58

 

Political reports of Russian Representatives in various countries to the Minister in Stuttgart

 

1859

 

January-February

 

February-March

 

March-April

 

April-July

Box 10

1860

 

1861

 

1862

 

January-May

 

May-December

 

1863

 

1864

Box 11

1865

 

Correspondence with the Diplomatic Chancery of His Majesty's Lieutenant-Governor in Warsaw

 

1842-1860

 

1861-68

 

Correspondence pertaining to Polish affairs, 1862-64

 

Memorandum to Alexander II from Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolaevich, Lieutenant-Governor of Poland, September 5/17, 1862

 

Survey on the administration of Poland, 1855-1862

 

Polish Insurrection of 1863, telegrams from Warsaw

 

Tengoborsky, Diplomatic Chancery in Warsaw, reports of, July 1862 to November 1863

Box 12

Tengoborsky, Diplomatic Chancery in Warsaw, reports of, July 1862 to November 1863

 

Benckendorf, Count

 

Correspondence, 1847-1858

 

Manuscript drafts, 1848-1856

 

Notes and manuscript drafts pertaining to military

 

questions

 

Memoirs

Box 13

The History of the Caucasian Campaign of 1845

 

Russian Army

 

Benckendorf, Count

 

Correspondence

 

1848-1856

 

1852, 1854-55 (acquisition of gun powders and munitions)

 

Special mission to Spain, 1856

 

Private correspondence

Box 14

Royal Foreign Office of Wuerttemberg, notes

 

1835-38

 

1839-1846

 

1847-1857

Box 15

1857-1863

 

1864-69

 

Royal Foreign Office of Wuerttemberg, notes of Russian Representatives

 

1835-1841

 

1842-46

 

1847-1850

 

1850-52

Box 16

1853-1856

 

1857-1863

 

1864-69

 

Maria Aleksandrovna, Empress, journey abroad, 1871

 

Vera Konstantinovna, Grand Duchess, project of marriage contract to Duke Wilhelm of Wuerttemberg

 

Alexander II, journeys abroad

 

1873

 

1874

 

Vera Konstantinovna, Grand Duchess, wedding festivities plans to Duke Wilhelm of Wuerttemberg

 

Instructions for the Russian Army Respecting the Laws and Customs of War on Land, sanctioned in July 1904

 

Passports for Russian subjects