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The Jacobites and Russia : 1715-1750, Rebecca Wills

Label
The Jacobites and Russia : 1715-1750
Title
The Jacobites and Russia
Title remainder
1715-1750
Statement of responsibility
Rebecca Wills
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Wills, Rebecca
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
DA813
LC item number
.W55 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Jacobites
  • Russia
  • Great Britain
  • Russia
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
Label
The Jacobites and Russia : 1715-1750, Rebecca Wills
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [233]-246) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface: Russia Through Foreign Eyes in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century -- pt. 1. The Reign of Peter I, 1715-1725 -- 1. Jacobite Recruitment and Peter I, 1715-1725 -- Who were the Exiles? -- Russia's Reputation and Reality: 'Nothing at heart but the welfare of his subjects ...?' -- Career Opportunities for Naval Jacobites -- The Jacobites: A Select Elite -- Pay and Exploitation -- 2. The Growth of the Jacobite Community in Russia and the Breakdown of Anglo-Russian Relations, 1715-1719 -- The Jacobite Tradition in Russia -- Jacobitism and Political Expediency -- Anglo-Russian Relations, 1715-1717 -- Dr. Robert Erskine and Russo-Jacobite Diplomacy, 1716-1717 -- Dr. Robert Erskine, Peter I and Jacobite Recruitment -- The Jacobites and the Anglo-Russian Diplomatic Rupture of 1719 -- 3. The Climax of Jacobite Diplomacy, 1720-1725 -- 1720, A Year of Change -- The Tables Turn: Russia and the Atterbury Plot, 1721-1722 -- Daniel O'Brien: The First Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from King James III to Emperor Peter I, 1722-1724 -- Daniel O'Brien's Mission, 1723-1724 -- Aftermath: Kurakin and the Jacobites in France, 1724 -- The Death of Peter I -- pt. 2. The Reign of Catherine I, 1725-1727 -- 4. Agents and Intrigue -- Threats from North and South -- The Return of William Hay -- Britain's Need for a Spy -- John Deane's Mission to St. Petersburg -- The Aftermath of Deane's Mission: Spies and Jacobite Letters -- Ministerial Panic and Political Dissimulation -- 'The Pretender and his Tools' -- British Confidence Undermined, 1726 -- Quelling the Jacobite Threat? -- Jacobitism and International Hostility -- The Flame in the North -- The Flame Extinguished -- pt. 3. The Reign of Peter II, 1727-1730 -- 5. The Embassy of the Duke of Liria, 1727-1730 -- Bleak Prospects and Divided Loyalties -- Liria's Mission -- Jacobite Secrets -- Taking Risks -- The Treaty of Seville -- Liria and Britain -- Personal Loyalty: Conflict or Compromise? -- Liria's Recall and the Second Treaty of Vienna -- pt. 4. The Reign of Anna Ivanovna, 1730-1740 -- 6. Jacobites and Politics, 1730-1740 -- The Collapse of the Anglo-French Alliance -- The War of the Polish Succession, 1733-1735 -- Jacobite 'Ill Management' -- The War with Turkey, 1736-1739 -- James Keith: Jacobite Exile or Russian General? -- James Keith's Visit to Britain -- 7. The Jacobite as Foreign Mercenary -- The Myth of Foreign Favouritism -- A Haven for Foreign Mercenaries? -- The Russian Military in Crisis -- Foreigners and Military Legislation -- Legislation versus Practice -- Recruitment from the Royal Navy -- Jacobites and the Land Forces -- Selectivity and Success -- 8. Jacobites in Battle, 1730-1740 -- Poland -- The Rhine Campaign -- The Crimea -- pt. 5. The Regencies and the Reign of Elisabeth, 1740-1750 -- 9. The End of An Era -- Spark and Fire: Jacobite Attempts and the 1745 Rising -- Russian Domestic Turmoil, 1740-1741 -- Jacobite Pawns and Politicians -- Elisabeth in Power -- Career Difficulties -- James Keith in Sweden -- Lord Hyndford's Offensive -- James Keith's Departure from Russia -- A Transfer of Allegiance
Control code
4724639
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
253 p.
Isbn
9781862321427
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill., map, ports.
Label
The Jacobites and Russia : 1715-1750, Rebecca Wills
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [233]-246) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface: Russia Through Foreign Eyes in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century -- pt. 1. The Reign of Peter I, 1715-1725 -- 1. Jacobite Recruitment and Peter I, 1715-1725 -- Who were the Exiles? -- Russia's Reputation and Reality: 'Nothing at heart but the welfare of his subjects ...?' -- Career Opportunities for Naval Jacobites -- The Jacobites: A Select Elite -- Pay and Exploitation -- 2. The Growth of the Jacobite Community in Russia and the Breakdown of Anglo-Russian Relations, 1715-1719 -- The Jacobite Tradition in Russia -- Jacobitism and Political Expediency -- Anglo-Russian Relations, 1715-1717 -- Dr. Robert Erskine and Russo-Jacobite Diplomacy, 1716-1717 -- Dr. Robert Erskine, Peter I and Jacobite Recruitment -- The Jacobites and the Anglo-Russian Diplomatic Rupture of 1719 -- 3. The Climax of Jacobite Diplomacy, 1720-1725 -- 1720, A Year of Change -- The Tables Turn: Russia and the Atterbury Plot, 1721-1722 -- Daniel O'Brien: The First Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from King James III to Emperor Peter I, 1722-1724 -- Daniel O'Brien's Mission, 1723-1724 -- Aftermath: Kurakin and the Jacobites in France, 1724 -- The Death of Peter I -- pt. 2. The Reign of Catherine I, 1725-1727 -- 4. Agents and Intrigue -- Threats from North and South -- The Return of William Hay -- Britain's Need for a Spy -- John Deane's Mission to St. Petersburg -- The Aftermath of Deane's Mission: Spies and Jacobite Letters -- Ministerial Panic and Political Dissimulation -- 'The Pretender and his Tools' -- British Confidence Undermined, 1726 -- Quelling the Jacobite Threat? -- Jacobitism and International Hostility -- The Flame in the North -- The Flame Extinguished -- pt. 3. The Reign of Peter II, 1727-1730 -- 5. The Embassy of the Duke of Liria, 1727-1730 -- Bleak Prospects and Divided Loyalties -- Liria's Mission -- Jacobite Secrets -- Taking Risks -- The Treaty of Seville -- Liria and Britain -- Personal Loyalty: Conflict or Compromise? -- Liria's Recall and the Second Treaty of Vienna -- pt. 4. The Reign of Anna Ivanovna, 1730-1740 -- 6. Jacobites and Politics, 1730-1740 -- The Collapse of the Anglo-French Alliance -- The War of the Polish Succession, 1733-1735 -- Jacobite 'Ill Management' -- The War with Turkey, 1736-1739 -- James Keith: Jacobite Exile or Russian General? -- James Keith's Visit to Britain -- 7. The Jacobite as Foreign Mercenary -- The Myth of Foreign Favouritism -- A Haven for Foreign Mercenaries? -- The Russian Military in Crisis -- Foreigners and Military Legislation -- Legislation versus Practice -- Recruitment from the Royal Navy -- Jacobites and the Land Forces -- Selectivity and Success -- 8. Jacobites in Battle, 1730-1740 -- Poland -- The Rhine Campaign -- The Crimea -- pt. 5. The Regencies and the Reign of Elisabeth, 1740-1750 -- 9. The End of An Era -- Spark and Fire: Jacobite Attempts and the 1745 Rising -- Russian Domestic Turmoil, 1740-1741 -- Jacobite Pawns and Politicians -- Elisabeth in Power -- Career Difficulties -- James Keith in Sweden -- Lord Hyndford's Offensive -- James Keith's Departure from Russia -- A Transfer of Allegiance
Control code
4724639
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
253 p.
Isbn
9781862321427
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill., map, ports.

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