Federico de Roncali, 1st Count of Alcoy

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The Count of Alcoy

Don Federico de Roncali y Ceruti, 1st Count of Alcoy (Cádiz, Spain, 1809 – 3 April 1857) was a Spanish noble, politician and military who served as Prime Minister of Spain between 1852 and 1853. He held other important offices such as Captain General of Cuba and Minister of State.

Alcoy was the second son of Agustín de Roncali y Martínez de Murcia, Knight of Santiago, and his wife María del Carmen Ceruti y Feit. His eldest brother was Joaquín de Roncali, 1st Marquis of Roncali, also a prominent politician in the reign of Isabella II of Spain.

Political offices
Preceded by
Juan Bravo Murillo
Prime Minister of Spain
14 December 1852 – 14 April 1853
Succeeded by
Francisco de Lersundi
Preceded by
Manuel Bertrán de Lis
Minister of State
14 December 1852 – 14 April 1853
Succeeded by
Luis López de la Torre Ayllón