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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2010) Lieutenant-Colonel Melchior Guy Dickens (bapt. 18 February 1696; died 1775) was a British diplomat, minister to Prussia and Sweden and ambassador to Russia.[1] Melchior Guy Dickens was educated at Westminster School.[2] From 1724 to 1730 he was Secretary at the British embassy to Prussia at Berlin;[3] officially appointed Secretary to the Prussian Court in 1730,[4] he seems to have acted as chargé d'affaires there until 1740.[3] In August 1732 he was briefly at Hanover.[5] In 1740 he was promoted to be minister. He left Prussia in May 1741.[3] In June 1742 he arrived in Stockholm as Minister to the Swedish Court.[6] In 1749 he became ambassador to Russia.[7] References ^ Gale (1932), "Colonel Melchior Guy Dickens", Notes and Queries 162: 75–77  ^ The record of old Westminsters, p. 266 ^ a b c Ragnhild Marie Hatton et al., eds., Royal and republican sovereignty in early modern Europe, p. 505 ^ London Gazette, 6910, 18 August 1730 ^ London Gazette, 7117, 12 August 1732 ^ London Gazette, 8131, 26 June 1742 ^ London Gazette, 8867, 15 July 1749; 8924, 30 January 1749 External links Archival material relating to Dickens, Melchior Guy (fl. 1730-1768) Lieutenant Colonel Diplomat listed at the UK National Register of Archives This British diplomat-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e