Person - Cano Manuel Ramírez de Arellano, Vicente (1764-1838)

Cano Manuel Ramírez de Arellano, Vicente (1764-1838)




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Cano Manuel Ramírez de Arellano, Vicente (1764-1838)Other forms

Fechas de existencia:

Chinchilla de Monte-Aragón (Albacete, España)  1764-04-06 - Madrid (España)  1838-01-09


Spanish politician and judge. Son of Vicente Isidoro Cano-Manuel and Francisca Ramírez de Arellano, he was born in a small noble family, and had an older brother, Antonio Cano-Manuel, politician as well. He studied Philosophy and Law at San Fulgencio of Murcia. He had different positions in his career as a judge, such as judge in the Real Chancilerilla of Granada (1794-1801) or regent of the Audiencia Valencia (1804-1807).

In the Peninsular War, he was appointed government representative in the Cortes (1810). One year later, he joined the Cortes' Court as its president, beginning the processing of the Reglamento del Poder Judicial. When Ferdinand VII came back, Vicente was once again in charge of the Real Audiencia of Valencia and later moved to Granada as regent of the Chancillería. The following years were full of military uprisings that finally culminated with Riego's in Cabezas de San Juan (1820), taking advantage of the troop's concentration in their attempt to achieve America's peacemaking. They succeeded, proclaimed the Constitution of 1812 and, finally, confirmed the liberation of the political prisoners. By that time, Vicente Cano-Manuel took part of the moderate cabinet of Bardají, in the Secretary of Grace and Justice (March 1821). He had to control the attacks coming from both the absolutists and the more extreme liberals. Even though his main purpose was to distance himself from his political career and limit himself to his duties at the Supreme Court, he remained as the head of the Council of Ministers and was in charge of the government during January and February 1822.

After the constitutional period, Vicente was cleansed, and he could not come back to his political career. Nevertheless, he was restored after the dead of Ferdinand VII. He was appointed senator for Albacete in December 1837 and president of the Supreme Court (1834-1838,). He died in 1838.

Liberal Triennium, 1820-1823

Date of the event: 1820 - 1823

Cortes de Cádiz, 1810-1813

Date of the event: 1810 - 1813




Lugar de Nacimiento:

Chinchilla de Monte-Aragón (Albacete, España) in 1764-04-06

Lugar de Defunción:

Madrid (España) in 1838-01-09




Related Authorities

Bardají Azara, Eusebio de (1766-1842)  ( Es aprendiz (de un oficio) de/ es alumno de/ trabaja con )

Associative relations :

Cortes Generales. Congreso de los Diputados (España)  ( Es empleado en/trabaja en )

Real Audiencia de Valencia  ( Es empleado en/trabaja en )

Real Audiencia y Chancillería de Granada (España)  ( Es empleado en/trabaja en )

Tribunal Supremo (España)  ( Es empleado en/trabaja en )

Family relationships :

Cano Manuel Ramírez de Arellano, Antonio (1768-1836)  - Collateral (Es hermano/a de)

Cano Manuel Chacón, Vicente  - Progenitor (Es padre de)

Cano-Manuel Bardaji, Vicente  - Progenitor (Es abuelo/a de)

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