Joaquín María de Ferrer y Cafranga

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Joaquín María de Ferrer, by Goya

Joaquín María de Ferrer y Cafranga (Pasajes de San Pedro, Spain, 8 December 1777 – Santa Águeda, Spain, 1861) was a Spanish politician and military who served as Prime Minister of Spain in 1841, and held other important offices such as Minister of State, Mayor of Madrid and President of the Senate.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Vicente Sancho
Minister of State
16 September 1840 – 20 May 1841
Succeeded by
Antonio González
Preceded by
The Count of Luchana
Prime Minister of Spain
10 May 1841 – 20 May 1841