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Lorenzo Arrazola y García


Lorenzo Arrazola y García (Checa, Guadalajara, Spain, 10 August 1797 – Madrid, Spain, 23 February 1873) was a Spanish lawyer, politician and statesman who served as Prime Minister of Spain and as Minister of State in 1864.


Political offices
Preceded by
The Marquis of Miraflores
Prime Minister of Spain
17 January 1864 – 1 March 1864
Succeeded by
Alejandro Mon
Minister of State
17 January 1864 – 1 March 1864
Succeeded by
Joaquín Francisco Pacheco
Preceded by
Antonio de Benavides
Minister of State
Acting
8 June 1865 – 21 June 1865
Succeeded by
Manuel Bermúdez de Castro
Preceded by
Manuel Bermúdez de Castro
Minister of State
Acting
10 July 1866 – 13 July 1866
Succeeded by
Eusebio de Calonge
Preceded by
Alejandro de Castro
Minister of State
27 June 1867 – 23 April 1868
Succeeded by
The Marquis of Roncali


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