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Serafín María de Sotto, 3rd Count of Clonard

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The Count of Clonard
Prime Minister of Spain
In office
19 October 1849 – 20 October 1849
MonarchIsabella II
Preceded byRamon Maria Narvaez
Succeeded byJuan Bravo Murillo
Personal details
Born
Serafín María de Sotto y Abbach
NationalitySpanish

Don Serafín María de Sotto y Abbach, 3rd Count of Clonard and 5th Marquis of la Granada (12 October 1793, in Barcelona, Spain – 23 February 1862, in Madrid, Spain) was a Spanish noble, politician, writer and statesman who served as Prime Minister of Spain for one day in October 1849. Elder son of Raimundo de Sotto, 2nd Count of Clonard and Ramona Abbach, 4th Marquise of la Granada, he was of Irish patrilineal descent, a descendant of John Sutton, 1st Baron Dudley. In Spain, the family name had been Hispanicized as Sotto.

Works

  • Memoria para la Historia de las tropas de la Casa Real de España (1824).
  • Memoria histórica de las academias militares de España (1847).
  • Historia orgánica de las armas de Infantería y Caballería españolas (1851–1859).
  • Álbum de la Infantería española (1861).
  • Álbum de la Caballería española (1861).

References

Political offices Preceded byThe Duke of Valencia Prime Minister of Spain 19 October 1849 – 20 October 1849 Succeeded byThe Duke of Valencia Spanish nobility Preceded byRaimundo de Sotto Count of Clonard 27 March 1823 – 23 February 1862 Succeeded byRaimundo de Sotto Italian nobility Preceded byRamona Abbach Marquis of la Granada 11 May 1831 – 23 February 1862 Succeeded byRaimundo de Sotto


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