List of diplomats of Great Britain to the Republic of Genoa

List of diplomats from the Kingdom of England and Great Britain to the Republic of Genoa

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Envoys Extraordinary of England (to 1707)

Envoys Extraordinary of Great Britain (from 1707)

British Representatives to Genoa since 1797

France 1797 to 1814

In 1797, the Republic passed under French control as the Ligurian Republic, and was formally annexed to France in 1805 as the département of Gênes.

Kingdom of Sardinia

At the 1814 Congress of Vienna, Genoa became part of the Kingdom of Sardinia. Britain continued to appoint Consuls to the city.

Kingdom of Italy

The Kingdom of Sardinia became the core of the Kingdom of Italy in 1861.


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