José Manuel da Silva, Baron of Tietê

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José Manuel da Silva
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Born 1793
Santo Amaro, Colonial Brazil
Died 27 March 1877
São Paulo, Empire of Brazil

José Manuel da Silva, Baron of Tietê (1793 – 27 March 1877) was a banker and politician from São Paulo. He was a member of the general council of the province and was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in Rio de Janeiro and the triple list of candidates for a senate seat.[1] José Manuel was vice-president of São Paulo on multiple occasions during his lifetime, serving for the first time in 1839.[2] He acted as interim president of the province of São Paulo in 1852, 1868 and 1871.[3]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Marques 1952, p. 63.
  2. ^ Marques 1952, p. 62.
  3. ^ Egas 1926, p. 817.

References[edit]

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