- Title Pages
- Introduction: More new diplomatic history
Part IThe structure of a service
2Entrance, training and promotion
3Family, sex and marriage
Part IIOf cabbages and kings
4Etiquette and ‘face’
5Favourites and flunkeys
6Gossips, networks and news
Part IIIBeyond the call of duty
7The Grand Tour
8From ancients to moderns
9War, ethnography and religion
- Conclusion: Diplomacy transformed?
- Appendix A Male diplomats, 1750–1830
Appendix BFemale diplomats, 1750–1830
- Select primary source bibliography
- The Culture of Diplomacy
- Manchester University Press
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