Tomás Cipriano de Mosquera

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Tomás Cipriano de Mosquera
Portrait of Tomás Cipriano de Mosquera.jpg
4th President of the United States of Colombia
In office
May 22, 1866 – November 1, 1867
Asíwájú José María Rojas Garrido
Arọ́pò Joaquín Riascos
1st President of the United States of Colombia
Lórí àga
May 14, 1863 – April 8, 1864
Asíwájú Office created[1]
Arọ́pò Manuel Murillo Toro
3rd President of the Granadine Confederation
Lórí àga
July 18, 1861 – February 4, 1863
Asíwájú Bartolomé Calvo
Arọ́pò Office abolished[2]
8th President of the Republic of New Granada
Lórí àga
April 1, 1845 – April 1, 1849
Vice President Rufino Cuervo
Asíwájú Pedro Alcántara Herrán Zaldúa
Arọ́pò José Hilario López
5th President of the Sovereign State of Cauca
Lórí àga
August 15, 1871 – August 1, 1873
Asíwájú Andrés Cerón Serrano
Arọ́pò Julián Trujillo Largacha
1st President of the Sovereign State of Cauca
Lórí àga
January 1858 – August 15, 1863
Arọ́pò Eliseo Payán
Personal details
Ọjọ́ìbí Tomás Cipriano de Mosquera y Arboleda
(1798-09-26)Oṣù Kẹ̀sán 26, 1798
Popayán , New Granada
Aláìsí

Oṣù Kẹ̀wá 7, 1878 (ọmọ ọdún 80)


Oṣù Kẹ̀wá 7, 1878(1878-10-07) (ọmọ ọdún 80)
Puracé, Cauca, United States of Colombia
Nationality Colombian
Ẹgbẹ́ olóṣèlu Liberal
Spouse(s) Mariana Arboleda y Arroyo (1820–1867)
María Ignacia Arboleda Arboleda (1872–1878)
Relations Joaquín de Mosquera (Brother)
Occupation Soldier (General), writer, politician
Military service
Nickname(s) Mascachochas
Allegiance Àdàkọ:Country data Granadine Confederation
Kòlómbìà United States of Colombia
Rank General
Battles/wars War of Independence
War of the Supremes
Ecuadorian-Colombian War

Tomás Cipriano de Mosquera jẹ́ Ààrẹ ilẹ̀ Colombia tẹ́lẹ̀. O jẹ́ ààrẹ àkọ́kọ́ fún Republic of New Granada lati ọdún 1845 sí 1849. Nígbà ogun abẹ́lé Colombia ti ọdún 1860 sí 1862 ó ṣíwájú ogun.

Àwọn ìtọ́kasí[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. See Eustorgio Salgar, head of the preceding Plural Executive.
  2. Powers ceded to the President of Congress, Francisco Javier Zaldúa.