Lars Von Engestrom
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Lars Von Engestrom
Count Lars von Engeström
Hrabia Lars von Engeström (1751 - 1826).png
Prime Minister for Foreign Affairs

1809-1824
Office created
Gustaf af Wetterstedt
Personal details
Born(1751-12-24)24 December 1751
Stockholm, Sweden
Died19 August 1826(1826-08-19) (aged 74)
Jankowice
NationalitySwedish
Spouse(s)Rozalia Drya-Ch?apowska

Count Lars von Engeström[1] (24 December 1751 - 19 August 1826) was a Swedish statesman and diplomat. He served as the first Prime Minister for Foreign Affairs from 1809 to 1824, and as the Chancellor of Lund University from 1810 to 1824.

1782-87 envoy in Vienna, 1788-92 envoy in Warsaw, 1793-95 envoy in London, 1795 ambassador in Vienna.

He was elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 1810.

References and notes

  1. ^ The official English translation of the Treaty of Orebro 18 July 1812 translates his name from French as Lawrence Baron d'Engeström (British and Foreign State Papers, Volume 1 Part 1 (1812-1814), published by the Great Britain Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 1841. p. 15)

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Political offices
Preceded by
Office created
Prime Minister for Foreign Affairs
1809–1826
Succeeded by
Gustaf af Wetterstedt
Cultural offices
Preceded by
Swedish Academy,
Seat No.342

1810–1826
Succeeded by

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