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Nicolás Bravo

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Nicolás Bravo
11th President of Mexico
In office
10 – 19 July 1839
Preceded byAntonio López de Santa Anna
Succeeded byAnastasio Bustamante
In office
26 October 1842 – 14 May 1843
Preceded byAntonio López de Santa Anna
Succeeded byAntonio López de Santa Anna
In office
28 July – 4 August 1846
Vice PresidentHimself
Preceded byMariano Paredes
Succeeded byJosé Mariano Salas
Vocal of the
Regence of the Mexican Empire
In office
11 April – 18 May 1822
1st Vice President of United Mexican States
In office
10 October 1824 – 23 December 1827
PresidentGuadalupe Victoria
Succeeded byAnastasio Bustamante
4th Vice President of Mexican Republic
In office
12 June – 6 August 1846
PresidentMariano Paredes
Preceded byAntonio Lopez de Santa Anna
Succeeded byValentín Gómez Farías
Personal details
Born(1786-09-10)10 September 1786
Chichihualco, New Spain
Died22 April 1854(1854-04-22) (aged 67)
Chilpancingo, Guerrero, Mexico
Political partyCentralist

Nicolás Bravo (10 September 1786 – 22 April 1854) was a Mexican soldier and politician who served as interim President of Mexico three times, in 1839, 1842, and 1846. Previously, he fought in the Mexican War of Independence, and served as Mexico's first Vice President under President Guadalupe Victoria from 1824 until 1827, when he attempted to overthrow Victoria. He was also the fourth vice president under President Mariano Paredes in 1846, and served in the Mexican–American War.