During his stay in Berlin in 1764, Boswell lived in the house of Karl David Kircheisen, the president of the Berlin city council.
Charles de GuiffardièreDied 1810
Protestant clergyman. Sometime french reader to Queen Charlotte of England (1744-1818) and instructor in history to the royal princesses. Prebend of Ilfracombe, Salisbury Cathedral (1792-1810), Rector of Great Berkhampstead (1798-1810)1 and sometime Minister of the King's French Chapel. Author of Élémentaire d'Histoire Ancienne (1798). Fanny Burney referred to him as Mr. Turbulent, and described him as "here and there a little eccentric, but, in the main, merely good-humoured and high-spirited".2
Life with Boswell:
Boswell met Guiffardière Utrecht in 1763, and they corresponded occasionally during his stay there.