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Francisco Javier de Istúriz

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Francisco Javier de Istúriz
Portrait by Antonio Gisbert, 1872
Prime Minister of Spain
In office
15 May 1836[1] – 14 August 1836[2]
MonarchIsabella II
Preceded byJuan Álvarez Mendizábal
Succeeded byJosé María Calatrava
In office
5 April 1846[3] – 28 January 1847[3]
MonarchIsabella II
Preceded byRamón María Narváez
Succeeded byDuke of Sotomayor
In office
14 January 1858[4] – 30 June 1858[4]
MonarchIsabella II
Preceded byFrancisco Armero
Succeeded byThe Count of Lucena
Personal details
Born31 October 1785
Cádiz, Spain
Died2 April 1871 (aged 80)
Political partyRealista Moderado

Francisco Javier de Istúriz y Montero (31 October 1785 in Cádiz[5] – 2 April 1871 in Madrid[6]) was a Spanish politician and diplomat who served as the Prime Minister of Spain.[7] He also served as the President of the Senate and President of the Congress of Deputies several times.


  1. ^ Ozcariz, Enrique de Tapia (1961). Luz y taquígrafos: un siglo de parlamento en España (in Spanish). Aguilar. p. 89. Retrieved 7 February 2024.
  2. ^ Caballero, Fermín (1837). El Gobierno y las Cortes del Estatuto: materiales para su historia (in Spanish). Yenes. Retrieved 7 February 2024.
  3. ^ a b Herrero, Teodoro Gomez (1902). Diccionario-guía legislativo español: comprende todas las disposiciones legales que se han publicado durante el presente siglo xix (in Spanish). Madird: Don Victoriano Saurez Bookstore. p. 741. Retrieved 7 February 2024.
  4. ^ a b Los ministros en España desde 1800 á 1869: historia contemporánea por uno que siendo español no cobra del presupuesto (in Spanish). Administración, Calle de Oriente. 1869. p. 908. Retrieved 7 February 2024.
  5. ^ Historia general del País Vasco (in Spanish). Editorial La Gran Enciclopedia Vasca. 1980. p. 308. ISBN 978-84-7407-086-6. Retrieved 7 February 2024.
  6. ^ Delgado Idarreta, José Miguel (1976). D. Francisco Javier de Istúriz y Montero : un político liberal de Isabel II (Thesis). Universidad de Zaragoza. Retrieved 7 February 2024.
  7. ^ "Francisco Javier de Istúriz y Montero". Retrieved 7 February 2024.
Political offices Preceded byJuan Álvarez Mendizábal Prime Minister of Spain 15 May 1836 – 14 August 1836 Succeeded byJosé María Calatrava Preceded byThe Count of Almodóvar Minister of State 15 May 1836 – 14 August 1836 Preceded byRamón María Narváez Prime Minister of Spain 5 April 1846 – 28 January 1847 Succeeded byThe Duke of Sotomayor Minister of State 5 April 1846 – 28 January 1847 Preceded byFrancisco Armero Prime Minister of Spain 14 January 1858 – 30 June 1858 Succeeded byThe Count of Lucena Preceded byFrancisco de Paula Martínez de la Rosa Minister of State 14 January 1858 – 30 June 1858

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