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Author: ROUSSEV IVAN

Consuls of France: Louis Parant (1802–1806), Pierre-Bernard Lamarre (1806–1809), Philippe Daret (appointed on April 22, 1808 as a temporary secretary of the Vice Consulate in Varna), Thomas Ruffin (1810–1814), François Gustave Olive (1843–1848), Adolphe Salvator Tedeschi (1849–1879), Emile Boysset (1879 г.), Henri Mutté (1879–March 7, 1882 г.), Joseph Arène (1882–1884), E. de Closelle (1884–1885), De Lacretel (1885), Pelegrini (1887–1892), Vallier (1893–1895), Séon (1896–1900), Perru (1900), Aleksandre Marsinet (1908–1912), Douchez (1915)[1].

Consuls of Austria (Austro-Hungary): Adolphe Salvator Tedeschi (consular agent from the early 1840s., vice consul from 1845 to 1867, Austro-Hungarian vice consul from 1867 to 1882), Emil Filch (1882), baron Adolf de Pereira Arnstein (1883–1892), Pez (1892), Kiszh Zam (1893), baron Rodig, Adalbert Merle (1897), Stoenski (1899), De Fittle (1903), Chevalier de Hempel (1904–1907), Stankovich (1908), Ranzi (1909), dr. Rausi (1910), count Kilmansen (appointed on November 5, 1912).

Consuls of Greece: Dimitrios Mavrokordatos (1845–1849), André Papadopulo-Vretos (1849–1850), Vuchin and Hirilaos (1850–1854), André Papadopulo-Vretos (1854–1855), Kodja, А. Drakopulos (1868), Ioani Hristidis (1875), Hr. Nomikus, Andrey Delaporta (1880), А. Pongis, Siliniadi (1905), Anargiris, Beleniadis, Nikolau Bundos, etc.

Consuls of Italy (Sardinia): Louis Navoni (1845), Joe M. Farina (1851), Konstantin Shakaluga, Tori, Pero (1856), Stepano Caiasade (1856), Brunetti (1863), Pero (1864), Sivor Assaretto (after 1878), Giovanni Batista Assaretto (1914).

Consuls of Russia: Luka Svilarich (1848–1857), А. Shemiot (1857), Emil Reiser (1858), Aleksander V. Rachinski (1859–1862), Aleksander Al. Olhin (1862–1866), Vasilii Iv. Niagin (1866–1871), Nikolay Daskalov (consular agent from 1871 to 1878), Teodosii K. Lisevich (1878–1866), Konstantin Cherkavski (1897–1906), Sergey Al. Protopopov (1906–1908), К. Djankeli (1908–1911), von Vizin (1911–1912), K. Rogozin (1912), Georgi Udintsev (until September 22, 1915).

Consuls of Belgium: Horatio Markopoulo (1848–1857), Emmanuel Marius Tedeschi (1857–1898), Edmond Tedeschi (1898–1930), Nestor Sokerov (1930–1941).

Consuls of United Kingdom: lieutenant-colonel Ed. St. Neil (1847), Enrico Bennett and William Doriah, Horatio Sutter (1858–1864), Alexander Bower Saint-Clair (1864), Simon Myers (1877), A. J. Broffy (1881–1903), lieutenant-colonel Percy Hewitt Hammond Massy (1903–1908), Henry Cavendish Venable (1908–1911), Julliath Smith (1911).

Consuls of Germany (Prussia): Emil Reiser (1856–1873), Duroni, August Baron von Bruck (1887–1890), Hans Albert von Wicheren (1891–1892), Reinhard Baron von Wangenheil (1893–1896), Karl Wilhelm Mulling (1896–1899), Georg Gabriel (1899–1906), Rudolf Eiswald (1906–1912), Hans Feitag (1912), Josef Frant (1917) et al.

Consuls of Iran: Peter Suhora (1880), Agop M. Mavian (1890), Edmond Tedeschi (1908–1911).

Consuls of Spain: Ange-Marie Duroni (1867–1894), Jean Duroni (1894–1931), Paul Jean Duroni (1931–1939).

Consuls of Sweden: Emil Reiser (1854–1873), Ange Duroni (1874–1875).

Consuls of Norway: Emil Reiser (1854–1873), Ange Duroni (1874–1875), Fridolin Zwicky (1906–1933), Rudolf Zwicky (1933–1940).

Consuls of Portugal: Giovanni Batista Assaretto was an honorary vice-consul of Portugal in Varna from 1907 to 1915.

Consuls of Rumania: Dimitrie Karamfilescu(1869), dr. Kalorifescu (1871), Fleming (1891).

Consuls of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey): Preko Akestoridi (official Ottoman commercial agent in Varna in 1881), Mahmud bey (1892, 1900, 1912), Tahin bey (1910), Arif bey (1916).

Consuls of Holland: Stefano (Istefako) Vasilopoulos (1868–1910), Albert B. Samuel (1911–1914), B. Rotmanski (1914–1917), Ivan Ekimov (1917–1922)[2].

 


[1] Roussev, I., “La politique menée par la France de Napoléon dans la région de la mer Noire. Le premier Consulat français en Bulgarie”, Etudes balkaniques, 2004, № 3, p. 79–107; Roussev, I. Les premiers pas de la pénétration consulaire française en Bulgarie : le consulat de Varna. – in : Enjeux politiques, économiques et militaires en mer Noire (XIVe – XXIe siècles). Edudes à la mémoire de Mihail Guboglu. Sous la direction de Faruk Bilici, Ionel Cândea, Anca Popescu, Braïla (Roumanie), 2007, p. 677–702 ; Русев, И. Луи Паран – първият френски консул на Варна и неговата дипломатическа мисия на Балканите в края на XVIII и началото на XIX в. – В Юбилеен сборник в чест на проф. Дойно Дойнов „75 години наука, мъдрост и достойнство, събрани в един живот”, С., 2004, с. 75–92.

[2] Русев, И. Варна през 40-те години на XIX в. Консулското присъствие, интересни събития и проекти в града, отразени в докладите и кореспонденцията на френския вицеконсул Франсоа-Гюстав Олив. – Известия на народния музей – Варна, Т. XLII (LVII), Варна, 2006, с. 96–136; Дряновски, Б. Консулски представителства във Варна (1352–2006). Варна, 2007; Русев, И. Варна през Късното Средновековие и Възраждането (края на XІV в. – 1878 г.). – В: Русев, И., В. Плетньов. История на Варна. Т. ІІ (VII в. – 1878 г.). Изд. „Славена” – Варна, 2012, с. 548–561.


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Дряновски, Б. Консулски представителства във Варна (1352–2006). Варна, 2007.

Roussev, I., “La politique menée par la France de Napoléon dans la région de la mer Noire. Le premier Consulat français en Bulgarie”, Etudes balkaniques, 2004, № 3, p. 79–107

Roussev, I. « Les premiers pas de la pénétration consulaire française en Bulgarie : le consulat de Varna » – in : Enjeux politiques, économiques et militaires en mer Noire (XIVe – XXIe siècles). Edudes à la mémoire de Mihail Guboglu. Sous la direction de Faruk Bilici, Ionel Cândea, Anca Popescu, Braïla (Roumanie), 2007, p. 677–702 ; Русев, И. Луи Паран – първият френски консул на Варна и неговата дипломатическа мисия на Балканите в края на XVIII и началото на XIX в. – В Юбилеен сборник в чест на проф. Дойно Дойнов „75 години наука, мъдрост и достойнство, събрани в един живот”, С., 2004, с. 75–92.

Русев, И. Варна през 40-те години на XIX в. Консулското присъствие, интересни събития и проекти в града, отразени в докладите и кореспонденцията на френския вицеконсул Франсоа-Гюстав Олив. – Известия на народния музей – Варна, Т. XLII (LVII), Варна, 2006, с. 96–136;


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