The Ambassador of the Kingdom of England to the Holy Roman Emperor was the principal diplomatic representative of the historic Kingdom of England to the Holy Roman Emperors, before the creation of the Kingdom of Great Britain in 1707.
|Ambassador of the Kingdom of England to the Holy Roman Emperor|
The position was not a continuous one.
English Ambassadors and Ministers to the EmperorEdit
Ambassadors to the Holy Roman EmperorEdit
- 1619-1620: James Hay, 1st Viscount Doncaster
- 1620-1621: Sir Henry Wotton
- 1621: John Digby, Baron Digby
- 1621-1622: Simon Digby
- 1635-1639: John Taylor Agent
- 1636: Thomas Howard, 21st Earl of Arundel
- 1641-1642: Sir Thomas Roe, supported by Sir William Curtius.: 63 
- 1664 - 1677: Sir William Curtius Resident Ambassador: 146 : 274
Envoys to the Holy Roman EmperorEdit
- 1665-1667: Theobald Taaffe, 1st Earl of Carlingford
- 1672-1673: Sir Bernard Gascoigne
- 1673: Henry Mordaunt, 2nd Earl of Peterborough Ambassador Extraordinary
- 1675-1681: Bevil Skelton
- 1680-1681: Charles Middleton, 2nd Earl of Middleton
- 1688-1689: Nicholas Taafe, 2nd Earl of Carlingford
- 1689-1692: William Paget, 7th Baron Paget Envoy Extraordinary
- 1694-1697: Robert Sutton, 2nd Baron Lexinton Envoy Extraordinary
- 1697-1700: Robert Sutton Secretary then Resident
- 1701-1705: George Stepney Envoy Extraordinary
- 1705: Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of Sunderland
- 1706: Thomas Wentworth, Baron Raby
After the Union of England and ScotlandEdit
- Gary M. Bell, A handlist of British diplomatic representatives 1509-1688 (Royal Historical Society, Guides and handbooks, 16, 1990).
- Bell, Gary M. (1995), Handlist of British Diplomatic Representatives, 1509–1688, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 146, 274
- Brown, Michael J. (2015). Itinerant Ambassador: The Life of Sir Thomas Roe. University Press of Kentucky. p. 264.
- D. B. Horn, British Diplomatic Representatives 1689-1789 (Camden 3rd Ser. 46, 1932)
- The National Archives catalogue, Class SP 80