Brunnow, Philip, Count von, diplomatist, was born in 1797 at Dresden. Entering the Russian service in 1818, he in 1839 was sent to London on special business, becoming the accredited Russian ambassador. Leaving London at the commencement of the war in 1854, he jointly with Count Orloff represented Russia in 1856 at the conference of Paris. At the London conferences of 1864 and 1871 he was again Russia's representative. He died in 1875 at Darmstadt.