List of state leaders in the 18th century

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This is a list of state leaders in the 18th century (1701–1800) AD, except for the leaders within the Holy Roman Empire, and the leaders within British south Asia and its predecessor states.

These polities are generally sovereign states, but excludes minor dependent territories, whose leaders can be found listed under territorial governors in the 18th century. For completeness, these lists can include colonies, protectorates, or other dependent territories that have since gained sovereignty.

Africa[edit]

Central[edit]

Angola

Colony, 1575–1951
For details see the Kingdom of Portugal under Southwest Europe

Cameroon

Central African Republic

Chad

  • Sultanate of Bagirmi (complete list) –
    • ‘Abdul Qadir I, Mbangi (1680–1707)
    • Bar, Mbangi (1707–1722)
    • Wanja, Mbangi (1722–1736)
    • Burkomanda II Tad Lele, Mbangi (1736–1741)
    • Loel, Mbangi (1741–1751)
    • Hajji Mohammed al'Amin, Mbangi (1751–1785)
    • ‘Abd ar-Rahman Gawrang, Mbangi (1785–1806)
  • Wadai Empire (complete list) –
    • Muhammad Salih Derret ibn Jawda, Kolak (1795–1803)

Congo, Democratic Republic of the

Congo, Republic of the

Equatorial Guinea

Colony, 1778–1968
For details see Spain in southwest Europe

Gabon

São Tomé and Príncipe

Colony, 1470–1951
For details see the Kingdom of Portugal under Southwest Europe

East[edit]

Great Lakes area

Burundi
Kenya
Rwanda
South Sudan
  • Shilluk Kingdom
    • Tugø, Rädh (c.1690–1710)
    • Nyokwejø, Rädh (c.1780–1820)
Tanzania
Uganda

Horn of Africa area

Djibouti
Eritrea
Ethiopia
Solomonic dynasty
Zemene Mesafint
Somalia (including Somaliland)

Indian Ocean

Comoros
Madagascar
Mauritius
French colony, 1715–1810
For details see France under western Europe
Seychelles

Northcentral[edit]

Libya

Tunisia

Northeast[edit]

Egypt

Sudan

Northwest[edit]

Algeria

Vassal state, 1671–1830

Morocco

South[edit]

Botswana

Eswatini/ Swaziland

Lesotho

Malawi

Mozambique

Colony, 1498–1972
For details see the Kingdom of Portugal under Southwest Europe

Namibia

South Africa

(1700s–1897)
British occupation, 1795–1803
British colony, 1795–1910
For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe

Zambia

Zimbabwe

returns to Rozwi vassalage (1712)
independent of Rozwi (1720)

West[edit]

Benin

Vassal of the Oyo Empire, 1740–1823

Burkina Faso

Cape Verde

Colony, 1462–1951
For details see the Kingdom of Portugal under Southwest Europe

Gambia

Ghana

Guinea

Guinea-Bissau

Colony, 1474–1951
For details see the Kingdom of Portugal under Southwest Europe

Ivory Coast

  • Gyaaman (complete list) –
    • Biri Kofi Panyin, Gyaamanhene (?–1720)
    • Abo Kofi, Gyaamanhene (1720–1746)
    • Kofi Sono, Gyaamanhene (1746–1760)
    • Agyeman, Gyaamanhene (1760–1790)
    • Biri Kofi Kadyo, Gyaamanhene (1790–1810)
  • Kong Empire

Liberia

Mali

Mauritania

Niger

  • Sultanate of Damagaram (complete list) –
    • Mallam, Sultan (1731–1746)
    • Baba dan Mallam, Sultan (1746–1757)
    • Tanimoun Babani, Sultan (1757–1775)
    • Assafa dan Tanimoun, Sultan (1775–1782)
    • Abaza dan Tanimoun, Sultan (1782–1787)
    • Mallam Babou Saba, Sultan (1787–1790)
    • Daouda dan Tanimoun, Sultan (1790–1799)
    • Ahmadou dan Tanimoun, Sultan (1799–1812)
  • Dendi Kingdom: Askiya Dynasty (complete list) –
    • El Hadjj Hanga, Askiya (?–1761)[18]
    • Samsou-Béri, Askiya (1761–1779)
    • Hargani, Askiya (1779–1793)
    • Samsou Keïna, Askiya (1793–1798)
    • Fodi Maÿroumfa, Askiya (1798–1805)
  • Dosso Kingdom (complete list) –
    • Zarmakoy Aboubacar, King (c.1750–?)
    • Zarmakoy Laouzo, King (?)

Nigeria

The following were the independent rulers of Okoloama.[20]

Senegal

  • Kingdom of Jolof (complete list) –
  • Cayor (complete list) –
    • Lat Sukabe, Damel (1697–1719)
    • Isa-Tende, Damel (1719–1748)
    • Isa Bige, Damel (1748–1749)
    • Ma-Bathio Samb, Damel (1749–1757)
    • Birima Kodu, Damel (1757–1758)
    • Isa Bige, Damel (1758–1759)
    • Birima Yamb, Damel (1759–1760)
    • Isa Bige Nagone, Damel (1760–1763)
    • Jor Yasin Isa, Damel (1763–1766)
    • Kodu Kumba, Damel (1766–1777)
    • Birima Fatim-Penda, Damel (1777–1790)
    • Amari Ngone Ndèla Kumba Fal, Damel (1790–1809)
  • Imamate of Futa Toro (complete list) –
  • Waalo (complete list) –
    • Naatago Aram Bakar, King (1674–1708)
    • Njak Aram Bakar Teedyek, King (1708–1733)
    • Yerim Nadate Bubu, King (1733–1734)
    • Meu Mbody Kumba Khedy, King (1734–1735)
    • Yerim Khode Fara Mboj, King (1735–1736)
    • Njak Xuri Yop, King (1736–1780)
    • Fara Penda Teg Rel, King (1780–c.1795)
    • Njak Kumba Xuri Yay Mboj, King (1795–1805)[29]

Sierra Leone

Togo

Americas[edit]

Caribbean[edit]

Antigua

British colony, 1632–1981
For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe

The Bahamas

British colony, 1648–1973
For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe

Barbados

British colony, 1625–1966
For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe

Cuba

Spanish Colony, 1607–1898
For details see Spain in southwest Europe

Dominica

French Colony, 1715–1763
For details see France in western Europe
British Colony, 1763–1978
For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

British Colony, 1763–1979
For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe

Haiti

French Colony, 1625–1804
For details see France in western Europe

Netherlands

Dutch colony 1634–1828, 1845–1954
For details see the Netherlands under western Europe

Saint Lucia

French colony, 1762–1802
For details see France in western Europe

Trinidad and Tobago

British colony, 1797–1962
For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe

Central[edit]

Belize

British colony, 1749–1862
For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe

Guatemala

Spanish Colony, 1609–1821
For details see Spain in southwest Europe

Nicaragua

North[edit]

Canada

French colony, 1535–1763
For details see France under western Europe
British colony, 1610–1907
British colony, 1763–1791
British colony, 1791–1841
British colony, 1791–1841
For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe

Mexico

Spanish Colony, 1521–1821
For details see Spain in southwest Europe

United States

South[edit]

Argentina

Spanish Colony, 1776–1814
For details see Spain in southwest Europe

Brazil

Portuguese colony, 1500/1534–1808
For details see the Kingdom of Portugal under Southwest Europe

Chile

Spanish Colony, 1541–1818
For details see Spain in southwest Europe

Colombia

Spanish Colony, 1717–1723, 1739–1810, 1815–1821
For details see Spain in southwest Europe

Peru

Spanish Colony, 1542–1824
For details see Spain in southwest Europe

Suriname

English/ British colony, 1650–1667
For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe
Dutch colony 1667–1954
For details see the Netherlands under western Europe

Asia[edit]

Central[edit]

Kazakhstan

Tajikistan

Tibet

Manchu overlordship, 1720–1912
For details see the Qing dynasty under Eastern Asia

Uzbekistan

  • Khanate of Bukhara
    • Subhan Quli, Khan (1680–1702)[44][45][46]
    • Ubaidullah, Khan (1702–1711)
    • Abu'l-Faiz, Khan (1711–1747)
    • Muhammad Abd al-Mumin, Khan (1747–1748)
    • Muhammad Ubaidullah II, Khan (1748–1753, nominal)
    • Muhammad Rahim (usurper), atalik (1753–1756), Khan (1756–1758)
    • Shir Ghazi, Khan (1758-?)
    • Abu'l Ghazi, Khan (1758–1785)
  • Emirate of Bukhara
  • Khanate of Kokand
  • Khanate of Khiva (complete list) –
    • Ishaq Agha Shah Niyaz, Khan (1698–1701)
    • Awrang II, Khan (1701–1702)
    • rShakhbakht Khan, Khan (1702–03)
    • Sayyid Ali Khan, Khan (1703)
    • Musa, Khan (1702–1712)
    • Yadigar I, Khan (1712–1713)
    • Awrang III, Khan (c.1713–c.1714)
    • Haji Muhammad II, Khan (c.1714)
    • Shir Ghazi, Khan (1714–1727)
    • Sarigh Ayghir, Khan (1727)
    • Bahadur, Khan (1727–1728)
    • Ilbars II, Khan (1728–1740)
    • Tahir, Khan (1740–1742)
    • Nurali I, Khan (1742)
    • Abu Muhammad, Khan (1742)
    • Abu al-Ghazi II Muhammad, Khan (1742–1747)
    • Ghaib, Khan (Kaip Khan), Khan (1747–1758)
    • Abdullah Qara Beg, Khan (1758)
    • Timur Ghazi, Khan (1758–1764)
    • Tawke, Khan (1764–1766)
    • Shah Ghazi, Khan (1766–1768)
    • Abu al-Ghazi III, Khan (1768–1769)
    • Nurali II, Khan (1769)
    • Jahangir, Khan (1769–1770)
    • Bölekey, Khan (1770)
    • Aqim, Khan (1770–1771, c.1772–c.1773)
    • Abd al-Aziz, Khan (c.1771)
    • Artuq Ghazi, Khan (c.1772)
    • Abdullah, Khan (c.1772)
    • Aqim, Khan (1770–1771, c.1772–c.1773)
    • Yadigar II, Khan (c.1773–1775, 1779–1781, 1783–1790)
    • Abu'l Fayz, Khan (1775–1779)
    • Yadigar II, Khan (c.1773–1775, 1779–1781, 1783–1790)
    • Pulad Ghazi, Khan (1781–1783)
    • Yadigar II, Khan (c.1773–1775, 1779–1781, 1783–1790)
    • Abu al-Ghazi IV, Khan (1790–1802)
  • Kalmyk Khanate (complete list) –
    • Ayuka, Khan (1672–1723)
    • Tseren Donduk, Khan (1723–1735)
    • Donduk Ombo, Khan (1735–1741)
    • Donduk Dashi, Khan (1741–1761)
    • Ubashi, Khan (1761–1771)
    • Dodbi, Khan (1771–1781)
    • As Saray, Khan (1781)

East[edit]

China: Qing dynasty

Japan

Vassal state of Satsuma Domain, 1609–1872

Korea

Southeast[edit]

Brunei

Cambodia

Indonesia

Dutch colony 1800–1811, 1816–1949
For details see the Netherlands under western Europe
Indonesia: Java
  • Banten Sultanate (complete list) –
    • Abdul Mahasin Muhammad Zainulabidin, Sultan (1690–1733)[47]
    • Abdul Fatah Muhammad Syafei, Sultan (1733–1748)
    • Ratu Sarifah Fatima, Regent (1748–1750)
    • Abu’lma’ali Muhammad Wasi al-Halimin, Sultan (1750–1753)
    • Abu Nazar Muhammad Arif Zainal Asyekin, Sultan (1753–1777)
    • Abdul Mofakhir Muhammad Aliuddin I, Sultan (1777–1802)
  • Blambangan Kingdom (complete list) –
    • Pangeran Putr, King (1697–1736)
    • Danuningrat, King (1736–1763)
    • Pangeran Wilis, King (1767–1768)
  • Sultanate of Cirebon: Kraton Kacirebonan (complete list) –
    • Pangeran Arya Cirebon, Kamaruddin, Sultan (1697–1723)
    • Cirebon I Muhammad Akbaruddin, Sultan (1723–1734)
    • Cirebon II Muhammad Salihuddin, Sultan (1734–1758)
    • Cirebon III Muhammad Harruddin, Sultan (1758–1768)[48]
  • Cirebon, Keraton Kasepuhan (complete list) –
    • Sepuh II Jamaluddin, Sultan (1697–1723)[48]
    • Sepuh III Muhammad Zainuddin, Sultan (1723–1753)
    • Sepuh IV Muhammad Zainuddin, Sultan (1753–1773)
    • Sepuh V Sapiuddin, Sultan (1773–1786)
    • Sepuh VI, Sultan (1786–1791)
    • Sepuh VII Joharuddin, Sultan (1791–1816)
  • Cirebon, Kraton Kanoman (complete list) –
    • Anom I Badruddin, Sultan (1662–1703)[48]
    • Anom II, Sultan (1703–1706)
    • Anom III Muhammad Alimuddin, Sultan (1719–1732)
    • Anom IV Khairuddin, Sultan (1744–1797)
    • Anom V Imanuddin, Sultan (1797–1807)
  • Cirebon, Panembahan line (complete list) –
    • Panembahan Cirebon I Muhammad Nasruddin, Sultan (1662–1714)[48]
    • Panembahan Cirebon II Muhammad Muhyiddin, Sultan (1725–1731)
    • Panembahan Cirebon III Muhammad Tair Yarini Sabirin, Sultan (1752–1773)
  • Cirebon, Panembahan line (complete list) –
    • Pangeran Arya Cirebon, Kamaruddin, Sultan (1697–1723)[48]
    • Cirebon I Muhammad Akbaruddin, Sultan (1723–1734)
    • Cirebon II Muhammad Salihuddin, Sultan (1734–1758)
    • Cirebon III Muhammad Harruddin, Sultan (1758–1768)
  • Bangkalan
    • Cakraningrat II, Sultan (1648–1707)[49]
    • Cakraningrat III, Sultan (1707–1718)
    • Cakraningrat IV, Sultan (1718–1745)
    • Cakraningrat V, Sultan (1745–1770)
    • Cakraningrat VI, Sultan (1770–1780)
    • Cakraningrat VII, Sultan (1780–1815)
  • Mataram Sultanate (complete list) –
Split into Surakarta and Yogyakarta
Indonesia: Sumatra
Indonesia: Kalimantan (Borneo)
  • Sultanate of Banjar (complete list) –
    • Tahmidullah I, Sultan (1700–1717)
    • Panembahan Kasuma Dilaga, Sultan (1717–1730)
    • Hamidullah, Sultan (1730–1734)
    • Tamjidullah I, Sultan (1734–1759)
    • Muhammadillah/Muhammad Aliuddin Aminullah, Sultan (1759–1761)
    • Tahmidullah II/Sultan Nata, Sultan (1761–1801)
  • Bulungan
    • Digendung, putra Wira Keranda, Wira (1695–1731)
    • Amir, Putera Wira Digendung Gelar Sultan Amiril Mukminin, Wira (1731–1777)
    • Aji Muhammad, Sultan (1777–1817)
  • Kutai Kartanegara Sultanate
    • Aji Muhammad Idris, Sultan (c.1732–1739)
    • Aji Muhammad Muslihuddin, Sultan (1780s)
  • Lanfang Republic
    • Luo Fangbo, President (1777–1795)
    • Jiang Wubo, President (1795–1799)
    • Yan Sibo, President (1799–1804)
  • Pontianak Sultanate (complete list) –
    • Syarif Abdurrahman Alkadrie, Sultan (1771–1808)
  • Sultanate of Sambas (complete list) –
    • Muhammad Taj ud-din I, Sultan (1685–1708)
    • Umar Aqam ud-din I, Sultan (1708–1732)
    • Abu Bakar Kamal ud-din I, Sultan (1732–1764)
    • Umar Akam ud-din II, Sultan (1764–1786)
    • Achmad Taj ud-din II, Sultan (1786–1793)
    • Abu Bakar Taj ud-din I, Sultan (1793–1815)
  • Sultanate of Sintang
    • Sri Paduka Muhammad Shams ud-din Sa'id ul-Khairiwaddien Sultan Nata, Sultan (1672–1738)
    • Sri Paduka 'Abdu'l Rahman Muhammad Jalal ud-din ibni al-Marhum Muhammad Shams ud-din Sa'id ul-Khairiwaddien Aman, Sultan (1738–1786)
    • Sri Paduka 'Abdu'l Rashid Muhammad Jamal ud-din ibni al-Marhum 'Abdu'l Rahman Muhammad Jalal ud-din Ajib, Sultan (1786–1796)
    • Sri Paduka Muhammad Qamar ud-din ibni al-Marhum Sultan 'Abdu'l Rashid Muhammad Jamal ud-din, Sultan (1796–1851)
Indonesia: Sulawesi
  • Sultanate of Gowa
    • Abdul Jalil, Sultan (1677–1709)
    • Ismail, Sultan (1709–1711)
    • Sirajuddin, Sultan (1711–?)
    • Najamuddin, Sultan (18th century)
    • Sirajuddin, Sultan (1735–1735)
    • Abdul Khair, Sultan (1735–1742)
    • Abdul Kudus, Sultan (1742–1753)
    • Amas Madina Batara Gowa, Sultan (1753–1767)
    • I Mallisujawa Daeng Riboko Arungmampu, Sultan (1767–1769)
    • Zainuddin, Sultan (1770–1778)
    • I Manawari Karaeng Bontolangkasa, Sultan (1778–1810)
  • Luwu
    • Settiaraja, Datu (1663–1704)
    • La Onro Topalaguna, Datu (1704–1715)
    • Batari Tungke, Datu (1706–1715)
    • Batari Tojang, Datu (1715–1748)
    • We Tenri Leleang, Datu (1748–1778)
    • Tosibengngareng, Datu (1760–1765)
    • La Tenri Peppang, Datu (1778–1810)
Indonesia: Lesser Sunda Islands
  • Kingdom of Larantuka
    • Domingos Viera, Raja (c.1702)
  • Bima Sultanate (complete list) –
    • Hasanuddin Muhammad Ali Syah, Sultan (1697–1731)
    • Alauddin Muhammad Syah, Sultan (1731–1748)
    • Kamalat Syah, Sultan (1748–1751)
    • Abdul Kadim Muhammad Syah, Sultan (1751–1773)
    • Abdul Hamid Muhammad Syah, Sultan (1773–1817)
Indonesia: West Timor
  • Wehali
    • Jacinto Correia, Liurai (c.1756)
  • Amanatun (complete list) –
    • Don Louis Nai Konof, Raja (pre-1751–1766)
    • Don Joan Benao, Raja (1766–?)
  • Amarasi (complete list) –
    • Dom Affonco, Raja (c.1703)[56]
    • Dom Augusto Fernandes, Raja (c.1703)
    • Nai Soti, Raja (c.1714)
    • Dom Luís Hornay, Raja (pre-1749–1752)
    • Dom Affonco Hornay, Raja (1752–1774)
    • Don Rote Ruatefu, Raja (1774–1802)
  • Amabi (complete list) –
    • Ama Kefi Meu, Raja (1666–1704)
    • Ama Kefi, Raja (1704–1725)
    • Loti, Raja (1725–1732)
    • Nai Balas, Raja (1732–1755)
    • Balthazar Loti, Raja (1755–1790)
    • Osu I, Raja (1791–1795)
    • Slolo, Raja (1795–c.1797)
    • Afu Balthazar, Raja (c.1797–pre-1824)
  • Sonbai Besar (complete list) –
    • Dom Pedro Sonbai/ Tomenu, Emperor (c.1704–1726)[57]
    • Dom Alfonso Salema/ Nai Bau Sonbai, Emperor (pre-1748–1752)
    • Don Bernardo/ Nai Sobe Sonbai I, Emperor (1752–1760)
    • Albertus Johannes Taffy/ Nai Tafin Sonbai, Emperor (1760–1768)
    • Alphonsus Adrianus/ Nai Kau Sonbai, Emperor (1768–1802)
  • Sonbai Kecil (complete list) –
    • Bi Sonbai/ Usi Tetu Utang, Queen (1672–1717)[57]
    • Bernardus Leu, Raja (1717–1726)
    • Corneo Leu, Raja (1728–1748)
    • Daniel Taffy Leu, Raja (1748–1760)
    • Jacobus Albertus Taffy, Raja (1760–1776)
    • Nai Kau Sonbai, Raja (1776–1783)
    • Baki Bena/ Bernardus Nisnoni, Raja (1783–1795)
    • Dirk Hendrik Aulasi, Raja (1795–1798)
    • Nube Bena/ Pieter Nisnoni I, Raja (1798–1820)
  • Amanuban (complete list) –
    • Don Michel, Raja (pre-1749–1751)
    • Don Louis, Raja (1751–1770)
    • Don Jacobus Albertus, Raja (1770–1786)
    • Tobani, Raja (1786–c.1807)
Indonesia: Maluku Islands
Dutch protectorate 1667–1942
    • Alauddin II, Sultan (1660–1706)[58]
    • Musa Malikuddin, Sultan (1706–1715)
    • Kie Nasiruddin, Sultan (1715–1732)
    • Hamza Tarafan Nur, Sultan (1732–1741)
    • Muhammad Sahaddin, Sultan (1741–1780)
    • Skandar Alam, Sultan (1780–1788)
    • Muhammad Badaruddin, Sultan (1788–1797)
    • Kamarullah, Sultan (1797–1826)
  • Sultanate of Jailolo
British occupation 1799–1802
Dutch protectorate 1657–1905
    • Hamza Faharuddin, Sultan (1689–1705)[60]
    • Abdul Falali Mansur, Sultan (1705–1708)
    • Hasanuddin, Sultan (1708–1728)
    • Amir Muiduddin Malikulmanan, Sultan (1728–1757)
    • Amir Muhammad Masud Jamaluddin, Sultan (1757–1779)
    • Gayjira, Sultan (regent 1779–1780)
    • Patra Alam, Sultan (1780–1783)
    • Hairul Alam Kamaluddin, Sultan (1784–1797)
    • Nuku, Muhammad al-Mabus Amiruddin Syah, Sultan (1797–1805)
  • Sultanate of Ternate (complete list) –
Dutch protectorate 1683–1915
    • Said Fathullah, Sultan (1689–1714)
    • Amir Iskandar Zulkarnain Saifuddin, Sultan (1714–1751)
    • Ayan Shah, Sultan (1751–1754)
    • Syah Mardan, Sultan (1755–1763)
    • Jalaluddin, Sultan (1763–1774)
    • Harun Shah, Sultan (1774–1781)
    • Achral, Sultan (1781–1796)
    • Muhammad Yasin, Sultan (1796–1801)

Laos

Vassal to Burma (1765–1768)
    • Ong Boun, King (1767–1778, 1780–1781)
Vassal to Siam (1778–1826)
Vassal to Burma (1765–1779)
    • Suriyawong, King (1771–1779)
    • Anourouth, King (1791–1817)

Malaysia: Peninsular

Champa dynasty
Patani dynasty

Myanmar / Burma

Philippines

Colony, 1565–1901
For details see Spain in southwest Europe

Thailand

Timor

Colony, 1702–1975
For details see the Kingdom of Portugal under Southwest Europe

Vietnam

South[edit]

Afghanistan

Sri Lanka

Colony, 1656–1796
For details see the Dutch Republic under Western Europe

West[edit]

Bahrain

Cyprus

Iran

Iraq

Israel

Jordan

Kuwait

Lebanon

Oman

Qatar

Saudi Arabia

Syria

Turkey

United Arab Emirates

Yemen

  • Upper Aulaqi Sheikhdom (complete list) –
    • Daha, Amir (18th century)
    • Yaslam ibn Daha, Amir (?)
    • `Ali ibn Yaslam, Amir (?)
    • `Amm Dayb ibn `Ali al-Yaslami al-`Awlaqi, Amir (?)
  • Upper Aulaqi Sultanate (complete list) –
    • Munassar, Sultan (18th century)
  • Wahidi Balhaf of Ba´l Haf (complete list) –
    • al-Hadi ibn Salih al-Wahidi, Sultan (c.1670–1706)
    • al-Hasan ibn al-Hadi al-Wahidi, Sultan (1706–1766)
    • al-Husayn ibn al-Hasan al-Wahidi, Sultan (1766–1771)
    • Sa`id ibn al-Hasan al-Wahidi, Sultan (1771–1771)
    • Ahmad ibn al-Hadi al-Wahidi, Sultan (1771–1810)
  • Emirate of Beihan (complete list) –
    • Hasan, Amir (?)
    • Ghalib, Amir (c.1750–1800)
    • Hussein, Amir (c.1800–1820)
  • Kathiri (complete list) –
    • Badr ibn Dscha'far al-Kathir, Sultan (1690–1707)
    • 'Abdllah ibn Badr al-Kathir, Sultan (1707–1725)
    • 'Amr ibn Badr al-Kathir, Sultan (1725–1760)
    • Ahmad ibn 'Amr al-Kathir, Sultan (1760–1800)
    • Muhsin ibn Ahmad al-Kathir, Sultan (1800–1830)
  • Sultanate of Lahej
    • al-Fadl I ibn 'Ali al-Sallami al-'Abdali, Sultan (1728–1742)
    • 'Abd al-Karim I ibn al-Fadl al-'Abdali, Sultan (1742–1753)
    • 'Abd al-Hadi ibn 'Abd al-Karim al-'Abdali, Sultan (1753–1775)
    • al-Fadl II ibn 'Abd al-Karim al-'Abdali, Sultan (1775–1791)
    • Ahmad I ibn 'Abd al-Karim al-'Abdali, Sultan (1791–1827)
  • Mahra Sultanate
    • `Afrar al-Mahri, Sultan (c.1750–1780)
    • Taw`ari ibn `Afrar al-Mahri, Sultan (c.1780–1800)
  • Lower Yafa
    • Qahtan ibn Afif, ruler (1700–1720)
    • Sayf ibn Qahtan al-Afifi, ruler (1720–1740)
    • Ma`awda ibn Sayf al-Afifi, ruler (1740–1760)
    • Ghalib ibn Ma`awda al-Afifi, ruler (1760–1780)
    • Abd al-Karim ibn Ghalib al-Afifi, ruler (1780–1800)
    • Ali I ibn Ghalib al-Afifi, ruler (1800–1841)
  • Upper Yafa
    • `Ali ibn Ahmad ibn Harhara, Sheikh (c.1730–1735)
    • Ahmad ibn `Ali Al Harhara, Sheikh (c.1735–1750)
    • Salih ibn Ahmad Al Harhara, Sheikh (c.1750–1780)
    • `Umar ibn Salih Al Harhara, Sheikh (c.1780–1800)
  • Yemeni Zaidi State (complete list) –

Europe[edit]

Balkans[edit]

Croatia

part of the Habsburg monarchy, also part of the Lands of the Hungarian Crown
House of Habsburg
House of Habsburg-Lorraine

Greece

Montenegro

British Isles[edit]

Great Britain and Ireland

Central[edit]

Austria

Habsburg monarchs ruled under numerous simultaneous titles
Habsburg-Lorraine monarchs ruled under numerous simultaneous titles

Bohemia

Hungary

Poland

East[edit]

Ukraine

1772–1795, crownland of the Habsburg monarchy
1795–1804, kingdom of the Habsburg monarchy

Nordic[edit]

Denmark–Norway

Sweden

Southcentral[edit]

Italy: Holy Roman Empire

Sister Republic of the French First Republic, 1797–1802
For details see France under western Europe
client republic of France, 1797–1805
For details see France under western Europe
  • Grand Duchy of Tuscany (complete list) –
  • Republic of Venice (complete list) –
  • Italy: Southern

    Malta

    British protectorate, 1800–1813
    For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe

    Southwest[edit]

    Andorra

    Portugal

    Spain

    West[edit]

    France

    French

    Low Countries

    Caucasus[edit]

    Azerbaijan

    Georgia

    direct Persian rule (1676–1703)

    Russia: Dagestan

    • Avar Khanate
      • Umma, Khan (1774–1801)
    • Gazikumukh Khanate (complete list) –
      • Surkhay ibn Muhammad, Khan (1789–1820)
      • Aslan ibn Shakhmardan, Khan (1820–1836)
      • Nutsal-Aga ibn Aslan, Khan (1836–1836)
      • Muhammad-Mirza ibn Aslan, Khan (1836–1838)
      • Ummu Kulsum-Beke, Khan (1838–1841)
      • Abdurrahman ibn Umar, Khan (1841–1847)
      • Aglar ibn Umar, Khan (1847–1859)
      • Jafar ibn Aglar, Khan (1877–1877)

    Oceania[edit]

    Australia[edit]

    Australia

    British colony, 1788–1900
    For details see the United Kingdom under British Isles, Europe

    Pacific[edit]

    Chile

    • Easter Island (complete list) –
      • Te Ravarava (Terava Rara), King (?)
      • Tehitehuke, King (?)
      • Te Rahai or Terahai, King (?)
      • Te Huke, King (?)
      • Tuu, from Mata Nui (Ko Tuu?), King (c.1770)
      • Hotu Iti, King (c.1773)
      • Honga, King (?)
      • Te Kena, King (?)

    French Polynesia

    New Zealand: Niue

    Tonga

    United Kingdom: Pitcairn

    United States: Hawaii

    See also[edit]

    Notes[edit]

    1. ^ a b Delmond offers 1734–1748 for Koro's reign and 1748–1763 for that of Alfa.[15] More recent historians reverse the order of their rule; it is not clear whether the given regnal dates are accurate.[17]

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