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Ambassadors and envoys from Russia to Poland–Lithuania in the years 1763–1794 were among the most important characters in the politics of Poland. Their powers went far beyond those of most diplomats and can be compared to those of viceroys in the colonies of Spanish Empire, or Roman Republic's proconsuls in Roman provinces. During most of that period ambassadors and envoys from the Russian Empire, acting on the instructions from Saint Petersburg, held a de facto position superior to that of the Polish king, Stanisław August Poniatowski. Backed by the presence of the Russian army within the borders of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, and leveraging the immense wealth of the Russian Empire, they were able to influence both the king and the Polish parliament, the Sejm. According to their d

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  • Ambasadorowie i posłowie rosyjscy w Rzeczypospolitej 1763–1794
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  • Ambassadors and envoys from Russia to Poland–Lithuania in the years 1763–1794 were among the most important characters in the politics of Poland. Their powers went far beyond those of most diplomats and can be compared to those of viceroys in the colonies of Spanish Empire, or Roman Republic's proconsuls in Roman provinces. During most of that period ambassadors and envoys from the Russian Empire, acting on the instructions from Saint Petersburg, held a de facto position superior to that of the Polish king, Stanisław August Poniatowski. Backed by the presence of the Russian army within the borders of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, and leveraging the immense wealth of the Russian Empire, they were able to influence both the king and the Polish parliament, the Sejm. According to their d
  • Ambasadorowie i posłowie rosyjscy w Rzeczypospolitej 1763–1794 – charakterystyka dyplomatów rosyjskich z tego okresu. Kompetencje dyplomatów rosyjskich w Rzeczypospolitej w tych latach daleko wykraczały poza właściwe ich funkcji zadania dyplomacji. Zakres ich władzy można porównać z pozycją wicekrólów w koloniach imperium hiszpańskiego, bądź prokonsulów, sprawujących władzę w podbitych prowincjach cesarstwa rzymskiego. Ambasadorowie i posłowie rosyjscy w tych latach (z przerwą 1790–1792) sprawowali rzeczywistą władzę w Polsce i na Litwie, działając na podstawie przysyłanych z Petersburga instrukcji. Mieli przemożny wpływ na króla, który na ich żądanie i za ich aprobatą mianował na urzędy i rozdawał starostwa wskazanym przez nich ludziom, jako wynagrodzenie dla stronników Rosji. W ambasadzi
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