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us: Godoy, Manuel de, príncipe de la Paz, 1767-1851



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    • us: Alvarez de Faria Ríos Sánchez y Zarzosa, Manuel de Godoy, príncipe de la Paz, 1767-1851
    • us: De Faria Ríos Sánchez y Zarzosa, Manuel de Godoy Alvarez, príncipe de la Paz, 1767-1851
    • us: De Godoy, Manuel, príncipe de la Paz, 1767-1851
    • us: Faria Ríos Sánchez y Zarzosa, Manuel de Godoy Alvarez de, príncipe de la Paz, 1767-1851
    • us: Generalissimo of the Army of Land and Sea of Spain, 1767-1851
    • us: Godoy Alvarez de Faria Ríos Sánchez y Zarzosa, Manuel de, príncipe de la Paz, 1767-1851
    • us: Prince Generalissimo of the Marine, 1767-1851
    • us: Prince of the Peace, 1767-1851
    • us: Ríos Sánchez y Zarzosa, Manuel de Godoy Alvarez de Faria, príncipe de la Paz, 1767-1851
    • us: Sánchez y Zarzosa, Manuel de Godoy Alvarez de Faria Ríos, príncipe de la Paz, 1767-1851
    • us: Zarzosa, Manuel de Godoy Alvarez de Faria Ríos Sánchez y, príncipe de la Paz, 1767-1851
  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Godoy Alvarez de Faria Ríos Sánchez y Zarzosa, Manuel de, príncipe de la Paz, 1767-1851
  • Sources

    • found: United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson). Message from the President of the United States, containing his communication to both houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the tenth Congress, 1807: p. 15 (Prince Generalissimo of the Marine)
    • found: Wikipedia, May 19, 2011 (Manuel de Godoy, Prince of the Peace, 1767-1851; prime minister of Spain, 1792-97 and 1801-8; held many titles but widely known as Prince of the Peace; elevated to the dignity of Generalissimo of the Army of Land and Sea of Spain, 1804)
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