Person - Navarro Aliguer, Felipe Benicio (1774-1832)

Navarro Aliguer, Felipe Benicio (1774-1832)




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Fechas de existencia:

1774-01-24 - València (España)  1832


Spanish politician and lawyer.

Son of Lorenzo Navarro and Vicenta Aliguer. He was married to Rosa Marau y Cabanes, and they had four children together.

He studied Law, becoming a PhD professor at the University of Valencia. He was entrusted with the Chair of Political Economy, and was admitted to the bar association.

In 1817, he took part in the conspiracy which, under his leadership, along with that of Manuel Beltrán de Lis and Ascensio Nebot, aimed to assassinate General Elío. He fled to Gibraltar and went into exile. He returned to Spain after the proclamation of the Constitution in 1812 during the Trienio Liberal (Liberal Triennium), and was a deputy for Valencia. During Evaristo San Miguel's government in 1822, he was elected Minister of Justice and Interior Affairs. With the invasion of the Hundred Thousand Sons of St. Louis, he had to flee to England and then go to France due to the poor health of his wife.

Liberal Triennium, 1820-1823

Date of the event: 1820 - 1823



Inglaterra (Reino Unido)  Obs.:  Exilio

Francia  Obs.:  Exilio

Lugar de Defunción:

València (España) in 1832


Gil Novales, Alberto. Diccionario biográfico de España (1808-1833) : de los orígenes del liberalismo a la reacción absolutista. Alberto Gil Novales. Madrid: Fundación Mapfre. 3 v. (3406 p.). 978-84-9844-236-6 (Vol. 3).

Related Authorities

Espoz y Mina, Francisco (1781-1836)  ( Colabora con )

Associative relations :

San Miguel, Evaristo (1785-1862)  ( Es miembro del gobierno de )

Secretaría de Estado y del Despacho de Gracia y Justicia (España)  ( Es titular de/ es beneficiario de/ es el presidente de )

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