Sturdza, Dimitrie A.

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Sturdza, Dimitrie A.:

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, 1833–1914, Romanian statesman, of a prominent Moldavian family. With Ion Bratianu and Constantin Rosetti he helped bring about the abdication of Prince Alexander John Cuza in 1886
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Among these, we mention: the memoir called "aristo-democratic republican ruling", elaborated by Chancellor Dimitrie Sturdza, and addressed to Napoleon Bonaparte in 1807 (Georgescu, 1972: 108), the texts of Iordache Rosetti-Rosnovanu from 1818 in Moldova (Carp, Stanomir and Vlad, 2002: 17), and those of Barbu Vacarescu from Wallachia, from the 18th of February/1st of March, 1819.
Initially attributed by Emil VArtosu to the Moldavian Chancellor Dimitrie Sturdza and dated in 1802 (Ilin-Grozoiu, 2009: 36-39), the document seems to have an earlier history.
They had come to negotiate their leasing contracts with local official, Gheorghe Constantinescu, who administered the land of Mochi Fischer, one of the tenant agents (arendasi) and intermediaries of the Romanian landowner Prince Mihalache Dimitrie Sturdza, a relative of the later prime minister Sturdza.