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Author: James Waldegrave Earl Waldegrave,Rex A. Barrell
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Title: The French Correspondence of James, 1st Earl Waldegrave (1684-1741) (Studies in British History) (English and French Edition)
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Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (March 1, 1996)
Pages: 161

The French Correspondence of James, 1st Earl Waldegrave (1684-1741) (Studies in British History) (English and French Edition) by James Waldegrave Earl Waldegrave,Rex A. Barrell



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James Waldegrave, 1st Earl Waldegrave, KG, PC (1684 – 11 April 1741) was a British diplomat who served as ambassador to Austria and France. Waldegrave was the son of the 1st Baron Waldegrave and Henrietta FitzJames, the illegitimate daughter of James II and Arabella Churchill.

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Waldegrave inherited his father's title in 1690 and on 20 May 1714, he married Mary Webb (who died in childbirth in 1719), a daughter of Sir John Webb, 3rd Baronet and they had three surviving children: Hon. James Waldegrave (1715–1763). In 1729, he had been created Earl Waldegrave and on his death in 1741, was succeeded by his eldest son, James. italiano: James Waldegrave, I conte Waldegrave. polski: James Waldegrave. Rockefeller Plaza, San Francisco, . Terms & Policies.

James Waldegrave, 1st Earl Waldegrave. Sir James Waldegrave, 1st Earl Waldegrave KG PC (1684 – 11 April 1741) was a British ambassador. Lady Henrietta Waldegrave (1717–1753), married firstly, Lord Edward Herbert, a son of the 2nd Marquess of Powis and had issue; married secondly, John Beard (a singer at Covent Garden). He was briefly a Lord of the Bedchamber in 1723 and then from 1730–41 and Ambassador to Austria from 1727–30 and to France from 1730–40. Coat of arms of James Waldegrave, 1st Earl Waldegrave, KG, PC. James Waldegrave, 1st Earl Waldegrave, KG, PC (1684 – 11 April 1741) was a British diplomat who served as ambassador to Austria and France.

James Waldegrave, 1st Earl Waldegrave KG, PC (1684–11 April 1741) was a British ambassador. Waldegrave inherited his father's title in 1690 and on 20 May 1714, he married Mary Webbe, a daughter of Sir John Webb, 3rd Baronet and they had three surviving children: Hon. James Waldegrave (1714–1763) Hon.

This edition contains over 100 previously unpublished letters written in French to or by James, 1st Earl Waldegrave, who held the post of British Ambassador to France from 1730 to 1740. It provides insight into a transition period in France, a time of intellectual, social and political ferment marked by unstable relations between the major powers. The text may form the basis for a full study of Waldegrave's contribution to Anglo-French relations in the first half of the 18th century. Letters are printed in French, annotations accompany them in English.