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Tessin, Carl Gustaf, 1695-1770

LC control no.n 82249272
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPT9711.T5
Personal name headingTessin, Carl Gustaf, 1695-1770
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Variant(s)Géant borgne, 1695-1770
Tessin, comte de, 1695-1770
Tessin, Karl Gustaf, 1695-1770
Associated countryFrance
Birth date16950905
Death date17700107
Place of birthStockholm (Sweden)
Place of deathSödermanlands län (Sweden)
Field of activitySweden--Politics and government
AffiliationKungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademien
Profession or occupationAmbassadors Diplomats Politicians Authors
Found inScheffer, C. Lettres particulières à Carl Gustaf Tessin, 1744-1752, 1982: t.p. (Carl Gustaf Tessin) p. 5 (le comte Carl Gustaf Tessin, 1695-1770)
Tessin, Carl Gustaf. Faunillane, ou L'infante jaune, 1741, via Gallica, Oct. 1, 2014: preliminary page 8 (dedication signed: Le geant borgne) manuscript note in BnF copy (by the comte de Tessin, Swedish ambassador in France)
Barbier, A.A. Ouvrages anonymes: v. 2, col. 437 (Faunillaune, ou L'infante jaune is by the comte de Tessin, Swedish ambassador extraordinary to France)
Nordisk familjebok, 1919, via Project Runeberg, Oct. 1, 2014 (Karl Gustaf Tessin, greve, statesman and art patron, born 5 September 1695 in Stockholm, died 7 Januari 1770 at Åkerö)
Swedish Wikipedia, Oct. 1, 2014 (Carl Gustaf Tessin, born 5 september 1695, died 7 januari 1770; Swedish count (greve); member of the orders of the Seraphim, the Sword and the North Star; diplomat, politician; ambassador in Paris, 1739-1742; chancellery president (head of the Swedish government), 1746-1752; art collector; son of the architect Nicodemus Tessin the Younger; author of works in French and Swedish, including Faunillane, and of published speeches in Swedish)
Wikipedia, Oct. 1, 2014 (Carl Gustaf Tessin (5 September 1695-7 January 1770), Swedish politician and son of architect Nicodemus Tessin the Younger; prominent representative of French culture in Sweden; orator; born in Stockholm; elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 1741; died at his estate at Åkerö Manor, Södermanland, Sweden)
Associated languageswe fre