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Antonio González de Aguilar, 8th Marquis of la Vega de Armijo

Don Antonio González de Aguilar y Correa o Corea, 8th Marquis of la Vega de Armijo, 6th Marquis of Mos, Grandee of Spain, KOGF (Madrid, Spain; 1824–1908) was a Spanish noble and politician who served as Prime Minister of Spain between 1906 and 1907, and was appointed three times Minister of State, in governments headed by Práxedes Mateo Sagasta.

Ancestry

Titles and styles

Titles

  • 8th Marquis of la Vega de Armijo
  • 6th Marquis of Mos, Grandee of Spain
  • 5th Count of Bobadilla
  • 5th Viscount of Pegullal

Styles

  • The Most Illustrious Don Antonio González de Aguilar y Correa (1824–1847)
  • The Most Illustrious The Marquis of la Vega de Armijo (1847–1860)
  • The Most Excellent The Marquis of la Vega de Armijo and Mos (1860–1908)

References

  • The Marquis of la Vega de Armijo, www.xtec.es
  • Antonio Gonzalez de Aguilar, Marquis of la Vega de Armijo. Geneall.net
Political offices
Preceded by
The Marquis of the Pazo de la Merced
Minister of State
8 February 1881 –13 October 1883
Succeeded by
Servando Ruiz-Gómez
Preceded by
Segismundo Moret
Minister of State
14 June 1888 –5 July 1890
Succeeded by
The Duke of Tetuan
Preceded by
The Duke of Tetuan
Minister of State
11 December 1892 –5 April 1893
Succeeded by
Segismundo Moret


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