List of State Leaders in 1738 - Europe

Europe

  • Denmark–Norway
    • Monarch – Christian VI, King of Denmark (1730–1746)
    • Prime Minister – Johan Ludvig, Minister of State of Denmark (1735–1751)
  • France – Louis XV, King of France (1715–1774)
  • Great Britain
    • Monarch – George II, King of Great Britain (1727–1760)
    • Prime Minister – Robert Walpole, Prime Minister of Great Britain (1721–1742)
  • Holy Roman Empire – Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor (1711–1740)
  • Electors
    • Bavaria – Charles VII, Holy Roman Emperor, Elector of Bavaria (1726–1745)
    • Bohemia –
    • Brandenburg – Frederick William I of Prussia, (as Frederick William II, Elector of Brandenburg), (1713–1740)
    • Cologne – Clemens August of Bavaria, Archbishop-Elector of Cologne (1723–1761)
    • Hanover – Georg II, Elector of Hanover, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1727–1760)
    • Mainz –
    • Saxony – Friedrich August II, Elector of Saxony (1733–1763)
    • Trier – Franz Georg von Schönborn, Archbishop-Elector of Trier (1729–1756)
  • Princes
    • Anhalt-Bernburg – Viktor Friedrich, Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg (1721–1765)
    • Anhalt-Dessau – Leopold I, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau (1693–1747)
    • Anhalt-Köthen – August Ludwig, Prince of Anhalt-Köthen (1728–1755)
    • Anhalt-Zerbst –
    • Arenberg – Leopold, Duke of Arenberg (1691–1754
    • Auersperg – Heinrich Joseph Johann, Prince of Auersperg (1713–1783)
    • Augsburg –
    • Austria –
    • Baden-Baden – Ludwig Georg Simpert, Margrave of Baden-Baden (1707–1761)
    • Baden-Durlach – Karl IV Friedrich, Margrave of Baden-Durlach (1738–1771, ruled all of Baden 1771–1811)
    • Bamberg –
    • Berchtesgaden – Cajetan Anton von Notthaft, Prince-Provost of Berchtesgaden (1732–1752)
    • Brandenburg-Ansbach – Karl Wilhelm Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (1723–1757)
    • Brandenburg-Bayreuth – Friedrich IX, Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth (1735–1763)
    • Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel – Karl I, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1735–1780)
    • Constance –
    • Corvey – Kaspar II von Böselager-Hohneburg, Prince-Abbot of Corvey (1737–1758)
    • Eichstätt – Johann Anton II von Friberg-Hoperferau, Prince-Bishop of Eichstätt (1736–1757)
    • Ellwangen – Franz Georg von Schönborn-Buchheim, Prince-Provost of Ellwangen (1732–1756)
    • Freising – Johann Theodor of Bavaria, Prince-Bishop of Freising (1727–1763)
    • Fulda – Amandus von Buseck, Prince-Abbot of Fulda (1737–1752, Bishop of Fulda 1752–1756)
    • Fürstenberg – Joseph Wilhelm Ernst, Prince of Fürstenberg (1716–1762, Count 1704–1716)
    • Heitersheim – Philipp Wilhelm von Nesselrode, Prince and General Prior of the Order of St. John at Heitersheim (1728–1754)
    • Hesse-Darmstadt –
    • Hesse-Kassel (or Hesse-Cassel) – Frederick I, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel, also King of Sweden (1730–1751)
    • Hildesheim – Clemens August of Bavaria, Prince-Bishop of Hildesheim (1724–1761, also Archbishop-Elector of Cologne)
    • Hohenzollern-Hechingen – Friedrich Ludwig, Prince of Hohenzollern-Hechingen (1735–1750)
    • Holstein-Glückstadt –
    • Holstein-Gottorp –
    • Kempten – Anselm Reichlin von Meldegg, Prince-Abbot of Kempten (1728–1747)
    • Lübeck – Adolf Friedrich, Prince-Bishop of Lübeck (1727–1750)
    • Mecklenburg-Schwerin – Karl Leopold, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1713–1747)
    • Mecklenburg-Strelitz – Adolf Friedrich III, Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (1708–1752)
    • Mergentheim – Clemens August of Bavaria, Prince and Grand Master of the Teutonic Order (1732–1761)
    • Münster – Clemens August of Bavaria, Prince-Bishop of Münster (1723–1761, also Archbishop-Elector of Cologne)
    • Nassau-Orange – Wilhelm IV, Prince of Nassau-Orange (1711–1751)
    • Oldenburg –
    • Osnabrück – Clemens August of Bavaria, Prince-Bishop of Osnabrück (1728–1761, also Archbishop-Elector of Cologne)
    • Paderborn – Clemens August of Bavaria, Prince-Bishop of Paderborn (1719–1761, also Archbishop-Elector of Cologne)
    • Electorate of the Palatinate –
    • Palatinate-Birkenfeld-Zweibrücken – Christian IV, Duke of Zweibrücken (1735–1775)
    • Palatinate-Sulzbach – Karl Theodor, Count Palatine and Duke of Palatinate-Sulzbach (1733–1799)
    • Passau – Joseph Dominicus Franz Kilian von Lamberg, Prince-Bishop of Passau (1723–1761)
    • Regensburg – Johann Theodor Cardinal of Bavaria, Bishop of Regensburg (1719–1763)
    • Salm-Kyrburg –
    • Salm-Salm – Nicholas Leopold, Prince of Salm-Salm (1738–1770)
    • Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld – Franz Josias, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (1735–1764)
    • Saxe-Gotha – Friedrich III, Duke of Saxe-Gotha (1732–1772)
    • Saxe-Hildburghausen –
    • Saxe-Meiningen – Anton Ulrich, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen (1706–1763)
    • Saxe-Weimar – Ernst August I, Duke of Saxe-Weimar (1728–1748)
    • Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt –
    • Schwarzburg-Sondershausen –
    • Speyer –
    • Strassburg – Guillaume Gaston I Cardinal de Rohan-Soubise, Prince-Bishop of Strassburg (1704–1749)
    • Worms – Franz Georg von Schönborn, Prince-Bishop of Worms (1732–1756, also Archbishop-Elector of Trier)
    • Württemberg – Karl Eugen, Duke of Württemberg (1737–1793)
    • Würzburg –
  • Counts and Prelates
    • Anhalt-Bernburg-Schaumburg-Hoym – Viktor I, Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg-Schaumburg-Hoym (1727–1772)
    • Bentheim – Friedrich Karl Philipp, Count of Bentheim (1731–1753)
    • Bentheim-Steinfurt – Karl Paul Ernst, Count of Bentheim-Steinfurt (1733–1780)
    • Essen – Francisca Christina von Pfalz-Sulzbach, Princess-Abbess of Essen (1726–1776)
    • Gandersheim – Elisabeth Christine of Saxe-Meiningen, Princess-Abbess of Gandersheim (1713–1766)
    • Gutenzell – Bernardina von Donnerberg, Princess-Abbess of Gutenzell (1718–1747)
    • Herford – Johanna Charlotte of Anhalt-Dessau, Princess-Abbess of Herford (1729–1750)
    • Hesse-Homburg –
    • Hohenlohe-Bartenstein – Karl Philipp Franz, Count of Hohenlohe-Bartenstein 1729–1744)
    • Hohenlohe-Langenburg – Ludwig, Count of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1715–1764, Prince 1764–1765)
    • Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen –
    • Hohenlohe-Öhringen – Johann Friedrich II, Count of Hohenlohe-Öhringen (1702–1764, Prince 1764–1765)
    • Hohenlohe-Weikersheim – Carl Ludwig, Count of Hohenlohe-Weikersheim (1702–1756)
    • Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst – Philipp Ernst I, Count of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst 1697–1744)
    • Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen – Joseph Friedrich, Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1715–1769)
    • Hoogstraten –
    • Isenburg – Ernst Kasimir, Count of Isenburg (1708–1749)
    • Isenburg-Birstein – Wolfgang Ernst I, Prince of Isenburg-Birstein 1711–1744. (1744–1754)
    • Isenburg-Meerholz – Karl Friedrich, Count of Isenburg-Meerholz (1724–1774)
    • Isenburg-Wächtersbach – Ferdinand Maximilian II, Count of Isenburg-Wächtersbach (1703–1755)
    • Kaisersheim – Cölestin I Meermols, Prince-Abbot of Kaisersheim
    • Käppel – Sophie Charlotte Kessel von Bottlenberg, Princess-Abbess of Käppel (1718–1748)
    • Leiningen-Dachsburg-Falkenburg-Billigheim – Johann Franz, Count of Leiningen-Dachsburg-Falkenburg-Billigheim (1699–1750)
    • Leiningen-Dachsburg-Falkenburg-Heidesheim – Christian Karl Reinhard, Count of Leiningen-Dachsburg-Falkenburg-Heidesheim (1698–1766)
    • Leiningen-Dachsburg-Hartenburg – Friedrich Magnus, Count of Leiningen-Dachsburg-Hartenburg (1722–1756)
    • Leiningen-Emichsburg – Carl Ludwig, Count of Leniningen-Emichsburg (1722–1747)
    • Lindau –
    • Lippe-Alverdissen – Friedrich Ernst, Count of Lippe-Alverdissen (1723–1749)
    • Lippe-Biesterfeld – Friedrich Carl August, Count of Lippe-Biesterfeld *(1736–1781)
    • Lippe-Detmold – Simon August, Count of Lippe-Detmold (1734–1749)
    • Lippe-Weissenfeld – Ferdinand Johann, Count of Lippe-Weissenfeld (1736–1781)
    • Nassau-Saarbrücken – Wilhelm Heinrich, Count of Nassau-Saarbrücken (1735–1768)
    • Nassau-Usingen – Karl, Prince of Nassau-Usingen (1718–1775)
    • Nassau-Weilburg – Karl August, Prince of Nassau-Weilburg (1737–1753)
    • Palatinate-Birkenfeld-Gelnhausen –
    • Quedlinburg – Maria Elisabeth von Holstein-Gottorp, Princess-Abbess of Quedlinburg (1710–1755)
    • Reuss-Ebersdorf – Heinrich XXIX, Count of Reuss-Ebersdorf (1711–1747)
    • Reuss-Gera – Heinrich XXV, Count of Reuss-Gera (1735–1748)
    • Reuss-Lobenstein – Heinrich II, Count of Reuss-Lobenstein (1739–1782)
    • Reuss-Obergreiz – Heinrich XI, Count of Reuss-Obergreiz (1723–1768)
    • Reuss-Schleiz –
    • Reuss-Untergreiz – Heinrich III, Count of Reuss-Untergreiz (1733–1768)
    • Salm-Dhaun –
    • Salm-Dyck – August Eugen Bernhard, Count (Altgraf) of Salm-Dyck (1727–1767)
    • Salm-Grumbach – Karl Walrad Wilhelm, Count of Salm-Grumbach (1727–1763)
    • Salm-Leuze – Philipp Joseph, Prince of Salm-Leuze (1716–1779)
    • Salm-Reifferscheid – Karl Anton Joseph, Count (Altgraf) of Salm-Reifferscheid (1734–1755)
    • Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg –
    • Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohenstein – Karl Friedrich Wilhelm, Count of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hohenstein (1735–1756)
    • Schaumburg-Lippe, Albrecht Wolfgang, Count of Schaumburg-Lippe (1728–1748)
    • Stolberg-Rossla –
    • Stolberg-Stolberg – Christoph Ludwig II, Count of Stolberg-Stolberg (1738–1761)
    • Stolberg-Wernigerode – Christian Ernst, Count of Stolberg-Wernigerode (1710–1771)
    • Waldeck-Pyrmont – Karl August Friedrich, Prince of Waldeck, Count of Pyrmont (1728–1763)
    • Weingarten –
    • Westerburg-Leiningen-Alt-Leiningen – Georg Hermann, Count of Westerburg-Leiningen-Alt-Leiningen (1720–1751)
    • Westerburg-Leiningen-Neu-Leiningen (Bavaria Line) – Georg Ernst Ludwig, Count of Westerburg-Leiningen-Neu-Leiningen (Bavaria Line) (1726–1765)
    • Westerburg-Leiningen-Neu-Leiningen (Nassau Line) – Georg Karl I August Ludwig, Count of Westerburg-Leiningen-Neu-Leiningen (Nassau Line) (1726–1787)
    • Wied – Johann Friedrich Alexander, Count of Wied (1737–1784)
  • Ottoman (Turkish) Empire
    • Sultan – Mahmud I, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire (1730–1754)
    • Grand Vizier – Yegen Mehmed Pasha, Ottoman Grand Vizier (1737–1739)
  • Portugal – John V, King of Portugal (1706–1750)
  • Prussia – Frederick William I, King of Prussia (1713–1740)
  • Russia – Anna Ivanovna, Tsaritsa of Russia (1730–1740)
  • Spain – Philip V, King of Spain (1700–1724, 1724–1746)
  • Sweden – Age of Liberty
    • Monarch – Frederick I, King of Sweden, also Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel (1720–1751)
      1. Prime Minister – Arvid Horn, President of the Privy Council Chancellery (1710–1738)
      2. Majority leader – Carl Gustaf Tessin, Lantmarskalk of the Riksdag of the Estates (1738–1739)
  • Tuscany – Francis Stephen, Grand Duke of Tuscany (1737–1765)
  • United Provinces
    • Estates of Friesland, Groningen, Guelders, Holland, Overijssel, Utrecht, Zeeland (1581–1795)
    • Grand Pensionary of Holland – Anthonie van der Heim (1736–1746)
      • Friesland – Willem IV, Stadtholder of Friesland (1711–1751)
      • Groningen – Willem IV, Stadtholder of Groningen (1729–1751)
      • Guelders – Willem IV, Stadtholder of Guelders (1722–1751)
  • Venice – Alvise Pisani, Doge of Venice (1735–1741)

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