Francisco Martínez de la Rosa

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Francisco Martínez de la Rosa
In office
1834–1835
Monarch Isabella II
Secretary of State
Prime Minister of Spain
In office
1834–1835
Succeeded by José María Queipo de Llano Ruiz de Saravia, Count of Toreno
Personal details
Born March 10, 1787
Granada, Spain
Died February 7, 1862 (aged 74)
Political party Realista Moderado
Religion Catholic
Tombstone of Martínez de la Rosa and other five Spanish Liberal politicians of the 19th century at the Panteón de Hombres Ilustres, Atocha, Madrid, Spain

Francisco de Paula Martinez de la Rosa (March 10, 1787 – February 7, 1862), was a Spanish statesman and dramatist, was born in Granada, and educated at the university there.