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Consular Post Beirut

Consolato generale e Cancelleria della Legazione di S. M. Sarda in Costantinopoli

  • Consular Post

In 1825 the consular district of Constantinople extends throughout the entire Turkish territory in Asia, starting from Cape Baba, and including the islands of Tenedos and Lemnos, and throughout the entire Turkish territory in Europe up to Kavala, including the island of Thasos. It has as its dependents the vice-consulates of the Dardanelles and Edirne.
In 1835 the consular Division of Constantinople included the districts of Smyrna and Larnaca.
In 1842 the vice-consulate of Bayrouth and the Consulate of Jerusalem became part of the Division of the Consulate General of Constantinople as did the island of Crete.

During the long terms the office was entrusted to:

  • Gaetano Truqui, Consul (1825-1833)
  • Luigi Filippi, Chargé d'affairs (1834)
  • Federico Montiglio di Montiglio, Chargé d'affairs (1835-1837)
  • Domenico Pareto, Chargé d'affairs (1838-1846)
  • Romauldo Tecco, Chargé d'affairs (1846- 1856)

Since 1856 the office was entrusted to a ruling vice-consul

Consolato generale then Agenzia e Consolato generale di S. M. il Re di Sardegna in Alessandria d'Egitto

  • Consular Post

The Consulate of the Kingdom of Sardinia in Alexandria of Egypt is established in 1825. In October 1825 the first ruling consul was installed. The district includes all the territory subjected to the Viceroy of Egypt, the Island of Crete and the adjacent islands. Dependent vice-consulates are established in Heraklion and Cairo. From 1833 to 1842 the consulate of Beirut, which became a vice-consulate, was dependent on Alexandria of Egypt. The dependance of Island of Crete ceases in 1842.

During the long term the consuls are:
·Domenico Pedemonte, ruling consul then consul (1825-1835)
·Gerolamo Ermirio, consul (1836-1837)
·Paolo Cerruti, consul (1837-1854)
·Luigi Gobbi, consul (1854-1860).

Ruling consuls: Giuseppe Bondesio (1831-1833); ·Daniel Dumreicher, consul of Demmark (1835); ·Antonio Baratta (1835-1836); ·Andrea Folco (1849); ·Luigi Leardi (1853; 1854)