Called "Baron de Wachter" or the German name: Carl Eberhard Wachter (1746-1825)
Envoy extraordinary of his Danish Majesty to the Courts of Metz and Munich, and the Circles of the Upper Rhine and Swabia, resident at Frankfurt am Main. ([https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C3209232 British High Court of Admiralty. He was of the most influential personalities in the transmission of the Strict Observance and German Freemasonry of the 18th century. Originally a laywer from Stuttgart with a passion for politics. He also worked outside of his homeland in Masonic networks. On the recommendation of Landgreve Karl von Hessen-Kassel Danish he was named Chamberlain and Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Denmark for Southwest Germany. As such, he exercised extensive diplomatic activity. During the French Revolution as a diplomat in Paris, he was persuaded by Queen Marie Antoinette to initiate relief operations for that wavering royal house. (FreimaurerWiki).
1777 - Visited the Comte d'Albanie as a deputy of the united Templar lodges of Germany. Described as in favor of the idea of "Strict Observance" with the masonic lodges and against the new Swedish system. (Paul Kleber Monod: Jacobitism and the English People, 1688-1788, p. 303)
1779 - Knight of the Order of the Dannebrog (Kongelige dansk hof- og statskalender 1804)
1790 - Chaimberlain to the Danish monarch. (Kongelige dansk hof- og statskalender 1804)