Famiglia Grifeo – Nobili Napoletani, Conte Luigi Grifeo, De Principi Di Partanna Documento Originale Di Servizio Diplomatico in Toscano

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Seller: jupitersrecessroberto (1.172) 100%, Location: Hamilton, Virginia, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 263846985254 Famiglia Grifeo – Nobili Napoletani Count Luigi Grifeo Son of Benedetto Grifeo and lucia miggliaccio Noi Conte Luigi Grifeo Dei Principi Di Partanna (We Count Luigi Grifeo Dei Principi Di Partanna) Caval’re Del Real Ordine Costantinino di San Giorgio, dell Ordine Militare de L.L. Maurizio e Lavaro, della Medaglia del Costante Attaccamento; Magoiordono di Lettimana con Esercizio, (Knight of the Royal Constantinian Order of St. George, of the Military Order of L.L. Maurizio and Lavaro, of the Medal of Constant Attachment; Magimony of Lettimana with Exercise,) ed Incaricato d’Affari, (and Chargé d'Affaires,) si S. Maesta il Re del Regno delle Due Sicilie pres. S.A. J e R, il Granduca di Toscana, e Presso le TT.e.RR. Corti Ducati di Parma Modena e Lucca. (si S. Maesta the King of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies pres. S.A. J and R, the Grand Duke of Tuscany, and At the TT.e.RR. Corti Ducati of Parma Modena and Lucca.) Partendo da questa Capitale per Napoli il Signore Principe Don Antonio Pignatelli Ruffo, nativo di Napoli lameriere Paolo Tosi native di Brescia (Starting from this Capital for Naples the Lord Prince Don Antonio Pignatelli Ruffo, native of Naples Lameriere Paolo Tosi native of Brescia) Incarichiamo tutti i Ministri ed Ufficiali di Guistizia, e Guerra, di Sua Maesta, come tutti e suoi Suddite, ed a quelli che non lo sono, instantemente richiediano, che non gli diano, ne permettano dare il minimo impedimento in questo su Viaggio, ma all’ opposto che procurino somministrargli tutto l’ajuto, e l’asistenza di cui potesse aver bisogno per effettuarlo. (We appoint all the Ministers and Officers of War, and War, of His Majesty, like all of his Subdivisions, and to those who are not, instantaneously requesting, that they do not give him, they allow him the least impediment in this on Travel, but on the contrary that they should give him all the help, and the assistance he might need to make it.) Firenze li 20 Aprile 1831 C’re Luigi Grifeo (Florence there 20 April 1831 Knight Luigi Grifeo) No. 124 Castellini Scrisse - Gratis [Coat of Arms – Grifeo Di Tartanna] - Sia Valido Handwriting in top left hand corner: Firenze li 22 Aprile 1831. Dal Depito Degli Affari Estero Visto Buoni Napoli Via di Livorno. – Gratis __ellini Com’o Stamped seals and handwriting verso: {R.H. 7161} Visto alla Nurgiatana, __lua buono Civitavechia, Firenze 22 Aprile 1831 (Signature illegible) Stamped Seal: [Nunziature Apostosica Di Firenze] No. 1781 del Reg 4 Ditto nel R. Consolato Gli del regno Delle Due sicilia in Toscana Buono a Napoli, via di Mare Gratis – Livorno 26 Aprile 1831 Console Generale Pietro Dolfi Cavall. Tucar Stamped Seal: [The Great Seal of Two Sicilies] Polizia dell Porto, e (illegible) Napoli 22 Apr. 1831 Stamped Seal: [Polizia del Porto] Notation - Count Luigi Grifeo was likely the nobleman of the same name who rose to the highest grades of diplomacy on behalf of the Bourbon Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. He served as Secretary of Legation in Turin. He was Extraordinary Minister and Minister Plenipotentiary of SM Sicilian at SAI and R. The Grand Duke of Tuscany and at the Ducal courts of Parma, Modena and Lucca. Later he was transferred to Berlin, and then to Madrid, where he died 18 August 1860. The said Don Antonio Pignatelli Ruffo is possibly a certain Don Antonio (1778-1846). The above written information was provided in good faith but I have not formally confirmed it in any way whatsoever. Condition - This original document has been folded and kept in places of safekeeping in at least two continents since the 1930’s. It is intact and in good condition. The paper appears to have been made from cotton. The print is clear and easy to read. The handwriting is clear and readable. The stamps are clear and readable. There is a very small hole in one of the folds. Condition: This original document has been folded and kept in places of safekeeping in at least two continents since the 1930’s. It is intact and in good condition. The corners are present; one with folds. The paper appears to have been made from cotton. The print is clear and easy to read. The handwriting is clear and readable. The stamps are clear and readable. There is a very small hole in one of the folds. Size: 47 CM x 34.5 CM., Bourbon: Borbone, Coat of Arms: Crest, Date of Publication: 1831, Binding: Loose Pages, Region: Europe, Rome: Italy, Roma: Italia, Naples: Two Sicilies, Napoli: Due Sicilia, Partanna: Lucca, Florence: Tuscany, Firenze: Toscano, Subject: History, Original/Facsimile: Original, Language: Italian, Place of Publication: Naples, Special Attributes: Signed

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