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Francisco Da Veiga Beirão
Francisco António da Veiga Beirão (Lisbon, 24 July 1841 – Paço de Arcos, 11 November 1916), commonly known as Francisco da Veiga Beirão (Portuguese pronunciation: [fɾɐ̃ˈsiʃku dɐ ˈvɐjɡɐ bɐjˈɾɐ̃w̃]), or Veiga Beirão, was a Portuguese politician of the late period of the Constitutional Monarchy. He served as President of the Ministry (Prime Minister), being the second last before the October 5 republican coup d'état that established the Portuguese First Republic. He was a professor at the Industrial Institute and president of Lawyers Association of Lisbon. He was also a member of the Royal Academy of Sciences and of the Institut de Droit International and the Real Academía de Jurisprudencia y Legislación de Madrid. He had a law degree, from the University of Coimbra. He started his political life in the Reformist Party and was a deputy in the Cortes from 1880 to 1904. However he maintained a certain distance from party-politics
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List Of Prime Ministers Of Portugal
The Prime Minister of the Portuguese Republic (Portuguese: Primeiro-Ministro da República Portuguesa) is the head of the country's Government. He/she coordinates the actions of all ministers, represents the Government
Government
as a whole, reports his actions and is accountable to the Assembly of the Republic, and keeps the President of the Republic informed. There is no limit to the number of mandates as Prime Minister. He/she is appointed by the President of the Republic, after the legislative elections and after an audience with every leader of a party represented at the Assembly
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Fontes Pereira De Melo
António Maria de Fontes Pereira de Melo GCTE KGF (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈfõtɨʃ pɨˈɾɐjɾɐ dɨ ˈmɛlu]; Lisbon, 8 September 1819 – 22 January 1887) was a Portuguese statesman, politician, and engineer. Historically, he was a very important political figure, deputy, and in several occasions minister, six times Minister of Finance. Pereira de Melo is mostly remembered for conducting dynamic industrial and public infrastructure policy which become known as Fontismo (after his name)
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José Bernardino De Portugal E Castro
José Bernardino de Portugal e Castro (20 May 1780 - 26 February 1840) was a Portuguese marquis and the President of the Council of Ministers from 4 to 5 November 1836. He was the 5th Marquis of Valença.[1] Origin[edit] He was distant relative of reigning family, being male line descendant of 1st Duke of Braganza. His father was Dom Afonso Miguel de Portugal e Castro (1748–1802), 4th Marques de Valença, 11th Conde de Vimioso, governor of Bahia and descendant of Francisco de Portugal e Castro (1480–1549), 1st Conde de Vimisio. His mother was Maria Teles da Silva (1758–1804), daughter of Manuel Teles da Silva (1727–1789), 6th Conde de Vilar Maior, and his 2nd wife Eugénia de Menezes da Silva (1731–1788), 2nd Marquesa de Penalva & 6th Condessa de Tarouca. References[edit]^ de Oliveira Marques, A.H. (March 1986). História de Portugal Volume III (in Portuguese). Lisbon: Palas Editores
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Bernardo De Sá Nogueira De Figueiredo, 1st Marquess Of Sá Da Bandeira
Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo, 1st Marquess de Sá da Bandeira (Santarém; 26 September 1795 – Lisbon; 6 January 1876) was a Portuguese nobleman and politician. He served as Prime Minister of Portugal
Portugal
for five times. He was the most prominent Portuguese defender of the abolition of slavery in Portugal
Portugal
and its domains. Life[edit]Bust of Sá da Bandeira in Mindelo, Cape VerdeSá Nogueira de Figueiredo was born in Santarém in 1795 to Faustino José Lopes Nogueira de Figueiredo e Silva (1767-1830) and Francisca Xavier de Sá Mendonça Cabral da Cunha Godolphin (1772-1829). Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo supported the liberal party during the Liberal Wars
Liberal Wars
(1828-1834). He was Prime Minister in exile from 1832 to 1833. He fought in the Siege of Porto
Siege of Porto
and was wounded in his right arm, which had to be amputated
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António Dias De Oliveira
António Dias de Oliveira (20 July 1804, Valongo - 1 April 1863) was the President of the Council of Ministers of the Kingdom of Portugal from 2 June to 10 August 1837.[1] References[edit]^ de Oliveira Marques, A.H. (March 1986). História de Portugal Volume III (in Portuguese). Lisbon: Palas Editores
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Rodrigo Pinto Pizarro Pimentel De Almeida Carvalhais
Rodrigo Pinto Pizarro Pimentel de Almeida Carvalhais was a Portuguese baron and the President of the Council of Ministers of the Kingdom of Portugal from 18 April to 26 November 1839. He was the 1st Baron of Ribeira de Sabrosa.[1] References[edit]^ de Oliveira Marques, A.H. (March 1986). História de Portugal Volume III (in Portuguese). Lisbon: Palas Editores
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José Travassos Valdez, 1st Count Of Bonfim
Peninsular WarBattle of Roliça Battle of Vimeiro Battle of Albuera Battle of Salamanca Battle of Orthez Battle of ToulouseLiberal WarsBattle of Ponte Ferreira Siege of PortoFirst Carlist WarJosé Lúcio Travassos Valdez (February 23, 1787 – July 10, 1862), only Baron and first Count of Bonfim (Portuguese pronunciation: [bõˈfĩ]), was a Portuguese soldier and statesman.Contents1 Early life 2 Civil strife 3 Insurrections and political office 4 Later years and progeny 5 Notes 6 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Travassos Valdez was born in Elvas, Portugal, on February 23, 1787, and originally intended for a career in the Catholic Church but, following the invasion of Portugal by Napoleon's armies under General Junot, became active in the resistance to the occupation. When Arthur Wellesley (later the first Duke of Wellington) landed in Portugal to eject the French, Travassos Valdez served Wellesley as a Portuguese aide-de-camp at t
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Joaquim António De Aguiar
Joaquim António de Aguiar (Coimbra, 24 August 1792 – Lisbon, 26 May 1884) was a Portuguese politician. He held several relevant political posts during the Portuguese constitutional monarchy, namely as leader of the Cartists and later of the Partido Regenerador (English: Regenerator Party). He was three times prime minister of Portugal: between 1841 and 1842, in 1860 and finally from 1865 to 1868, when he entered a coalition with the Partido Progressista (English: Progressist Party), in what became known as the Governo de Fusão (English: Fusion Government). He also served as minister of justice during the regency of Peter IV and in that capacity issued the 30 May 1834 law which extinguished "all convents, monasteries, colleges, hospices and any other houses of the regular religious orders". Their vast patrimony was taken over by the Portuguese State and incorporated into the Fazenda Nacional (the National Exchequer)
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António Bernardo Da Costa Cabral, 1st Marquess Of Tomar
António Bernardo da Costa Cabral, 1st Count and 1st Marquis of Tomar (9 May 1803 – 1 September 1889) was a Portuguese 19th century statesman.Contents1 Early life 2 Career 3 See also 4 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Born in Fornos de Algodres he trained as a lawyer in Coimbra and was later appointed as a judge. A liberal, he earned a mixed reputation of fear and admiration. Career[edit] He was appointed Governor of Lisbon in 1836 and was a confidant of Queen Maria II of Portugal. The year he was appointed, he used force to put down radical mobs in Lisbon (the Massacre do Rossio). He restored diplomatic relations with the Vatican and re-introduced a conservative Constitutional Charter. Following an 1842 coup d'état, he was appointed as Minister and Secretary for Royal State Affairs (the equivalent of a today's Interior minister) in 1843. In 1846 famine led to the peasant revolt of Maria da Fonte in the north of Portugal, and he was removed from office
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António Severim De Noronha, 1st Duke Of Terceira
D. António José Severim de Noronha, 1st Duke of Terceira, 1st Marquis of Vila Flor (18 March 1792, Lisbon – 26 April 1860) was a Portuguese military officer, statesman and a leader of the Constitutionalist side in the Liberal Wars, as well as a Prime Minister of Portugal.Contents1 Early life1.1 Peninsular War 1.2 Liberal Wars2 Later life 3 External linksEarly life[edit] António José de Sousa Manuel de Meneses Severim de Noronha was born in Lisbon, on 18 March 1792, first son of António de Sousa Manuel de Meneses Severim de Noronha, 6th Count of Vila Flor, and Maria José de Mendonça, 6th daughter of the Count of Vale de Reis
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Nuno José De Moura Barreto, 1st Duke Of Loulé
Dom. Nuno José Severo de Mendoça Rolim de Moura Barreto, 2nd Marquis of Loulé, 9th Count of Vale de Reis, (6 November 1804 – 22 May 1875), was an important Portuguese politician during the period of Constitutional Monarchy. He became the 1st Duke of Loulé in 1862.Contents1 Family 2 Career 3 Honours 4 External linksFamily[edit] He was a son of the 1st Marquess of Loule, Agostinho Domingos José de Mendoça Rolim de Moura Barreto. In 1827, he married Infanta Ana de Jesus Maria, younger daughter of King John VI of Portugal. With this marriage, Nuno José Severo become brother-in-law of King Miguel I of Portugal and Emperor Pedro I of Brazil, and paternal uncle of Queen Maria II of Portugal and Emperor Pedro II of Brazil
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António José De Ávila, 1st Duke Of Ávila And Bolama
António José de Ávila (Matriz, Horta; 8 March 1807 – 3 May 1881) was a Portuguese politician, minister of the kingdom, mayor of the city of Horta, on the island of Faial, in the Azores, Civil Governor of the same, Peer-of-the-Realm, Minister of State, and later Ambassador to Spain.Contents1 Biography1.1 Career 1.2 Politician 1.3 Later life2 See also 3 References 4 External linksBiography[edit]Portrait of the Duke of Ávila and Bolama; Miguel Ângelo Lupi, 1870.António José was the son of Manuel José de Ávila, a modest merchant and administrator of the local tithes and his wife, D. Prudenciana Joaquina Cândida da Costa, who lived in a humble home on Rua de Santo Elias. Of their ten children, only four survived to adulthood: António José was the oldest, his sister Joaquina Emerenciana (born in 1804), Maria do Carmo (born in 1815) and Manuel José (born in 1817)
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Anselmo José Braamcamp
Anselmo José Braamcamp de Almeida Castelo Branco (23 October 1817 – 13 November 1885) was a Portuguese politician of the Constitutional Monarchy era
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António José Severim De Noronha, 1st Duke Of Terceira
D. António José Severim de Noronha, 1st Duke of Terceira, 1st Marquis of Vila Flor (18 March 1792, Lisbon – 26 April 1860) was a Portuguese military officer, statesman and a leader of the Constitutionalist side in the Liberal Wars, as well as a Prime Minister of Portugal.Contents1 Early life1.1 Peninsular War 1.2 Liberal Wars2 Later life 3 External linksEarly life[edit] António José de Sousa Manuel de Meneses Severim de Noronha was born in Lisbon, on 18 March 1792, first son of António de Sousa Manuel de Meneses Severim de Noronha, 6th Count of Vila Flor, and Maria José de Mendonça, 6th daughter of the Count of Vale de Reis
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António Rodrigues Sampaio
António Rodrigues Sampaio (São Bartolomeu do Mar, Esposende, 25 July 1806 — Sintra, 13 September 1882) was a Portuguese politician and the President of the Council of Ministers from 25 March to 14 November 1881.[1] References[edit]^ de Oliveira Marques, A.H. (March 1986). História de Portugal Volume III (in Portuguese). Lisbon: Palas Editores
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