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Paraguay
 
[Spanish War Ensign
                                    (1785-1931)]
                   to 14 May 1811 
 
[Paraguay tricolor 1811]
    6 Jun 1811 - 17 Jun 1811 (provisional)
 
[Paraguay 2nd tricolor
                                    1811-1812]
   17 Jun 1811 - 15 Aug 1812 (provisional)
 
[Paraguay tricolor 1812-26]  
              15 Aug 1812 - 27 Nov 1842
 
[Paraguayan co-national flag of
                                    1826-1842]
         1826 - 27 Nov 1842  Co-Flag
 
[Paraguayan national flag
                                    1842-1990]
                27 Nov 1842 - 1990 
 
[Paraguayan
                                  flag (reverse) 1842-1990]
        27 Nov 1842 - 1990 Reverse
[Paraguay national flag
                                    1990-2013]
                    1990 - 15 Jul 2013
[Paraguay flag (reverse)
                                    1990-2013]
                1990 - 15 Jul 2013 Reverse

[Paraguay
                                  national flag]
                   Adopted 15 Jul 2013


[Paraguayan
                                  flag (reverse)]
                From 15 Jul 2013 Reverse



Map of Paraguay Hear National Anthem
"Paraguayos, Républica
o Muerte!"
(Paraguayans, The
Republic or Death!)
Adopted 1846,
(lyrics from May 1934)
Former  National Anthem
"Tetã Purahéi" or
"Himno de la
Independencia"
(1831-1846)
Constitution
 (20 Jun 1992)
Capital: Asunción
(Piribebuy  1 Jan 1869 -
12 Aug 1869)
Currency: Guarani (PYG)  National Holiday: 14 May (1811)
Independence Day
Population: 6,623,252 (2013)
GDP: $45.9 billion (2013) 
Exports: $14.7 billion (2013)
Imports: $12.3 billion (2013)
Ethnic groups: mestizo (mixed white and
Amerindian) 85.6%, white 9.3% (of which German 4.4%,
Latin American 3.4%), Amerindian 1.8%, black 1%,
other 2.3% (2000)
Total Active Armed Forces: 10,650 (2010)
Merchant marine: 19 ships (2010)
Religions: Roman Catholic 89.6%, Protestant 6.2%, other
Christian 1.1%, other or unspecified 1.9%, none 1.1% (2002)
International Organizations/Treaties: APM, BTWC, CAN (associate), CCM (signatory), CELAC, CTBT, CWC, ESCR, FAO, G-11, G-77, IADB, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICCt, ICRM, ICSID, IDA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, IMO, Interpol, IOC, IOM, IPU, ISA, ISO (correspondent), ITSO, ITU, ITUC, KP, LAES, LAIA, LAP, LU, Mercosur, MIGA, NAM (observer), NPT, NTBT (signatory), OAS, OPANAL, OPCW, PCA, SEGIB, UN, UNASUR, UNCLOS, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNFCC, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNWTO, UPU, WCO, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WTO
Paraguay
Index
Chronology

1516                       Discovered by Spanish explorer Juan Díaz de Solís.
1524                       Explored by Spanish explorer Aleja Garcia.
1535                       Paraguay (Guairá) part of Spanish colony of Peru.
15 Aug 1537                Asunción founded.
1617                       Province of Paraguay; subordinated to Audiencia
                             of Charcas [Upper Peru] see Bolivia;
                             (1661-1667 subordinated to Buneos Aires).
1731                       Revolución de los Comuneros uprising in Asunción.
1756 - 1757                Guarani Indian rebellion.
 8 Aug 1776                Part of Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata
                             (see Argentina).
28 Jan 1782                Intendecy of Paraguay (within Río de la Plata).
14 May 1811                Independence declared (Paraguay).
12 Oct 1813                Republic of Paraguay.
 1 Jan 1869 - 22 Jun 1876  Occupied by Argentina and Brazil.

Jesuit Paraguay
Province

(1607-1767)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Governors
1534 - 1537                Pedro de Mendoza                   (b. 1487? - d. 1537)

1537 - 1539                Juan de Ayolas (interim)           (b. 1493? - d. 1539?)
1539 - 1542                Domingo Martínez de Irala          (b. 1509 - d. 1556)
                             (1st time)
1542 - 1544                Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca         (b. 1507 - d. 1559)
1544 - 1556                Domingo Martínez de Irala          (s.a.)
                             (2nd time)
1556 - 1557                Gonzalo de Mendoza
1557 - 1567                Francisco Ortiz de Vergara
1567 - 1572                Felipe de Cáceres
                             (acting to 1569)

1572 - 1575                Martín Suárez de Toledo (acting)
1575 - 1576                Juan Ortiz de Zárate
1576                       Ortiz de Zárate Mendieta
1576 - 1583                Juan de Garay                      (b. 1528 - d. 1583)
1583 - 1587                Juan de Torres Navarrete
1587 - 1592                Juan Torres de Vera y Aragón       (b. 1535 - d. 1610)
1592 - 1599                Hernando Arias o Hernandarias      (b. 1561 - d. 1634)
                             de Saavedra (1st time)
1599 - 1602                Diego Valdez de la Banda
1602 - 1609                Hernando Arias o Hernandarias      (s.a.)
                             de Saavedra (2nd time)
1609 - 1615                Diego Marín de Negrón
1615 - 1617                Hernando Arias o Hernandarias      (s.a.)
                             de Saavedra (3rd time)
1618 - 1621                Pedro Hurtado de Mendoza (acting)
1621 - 1627                Manuel de Frías                    (d. 1627) 
1630 - 1633                Luis de Céspedes Xaría
1633 - 1636               
Martín de Ledesma Valderrama  
1636 - 1641                Pedro de Lugo y Navarra 
1641                       Juan de Velasco Villasanti
27 Jun 1641 - 1647         Gregorio de Hinestrosa
1647 - 26 Feb 1649         Diego de Enobre Osorio             (d. 1649)
1649                       Bernardino de Cárdenas (acting)    (b. 1562 - d. 1668)
1649 - 1650                Sebástian de León y Zárate
 1 Oct 1650 - 1653         Antonio de León Garabito e         (b. 1600 - d. 1675)
                             Illescas

26 Jul 1653 - 1656         Cristóbal de Garay y Saavedra
21 Sep 1656 - 1659         Juan Antonio Blásquez de           (b. 1603 - d. c.1666)
                             Valverde

24 Sep 1659 - 1662         Alonso Sarmiento de Sotomayor      (d. 1687)
                             y Figueroa
1662 - 1671                Juan Díaz de Andino (1st time)
1671 - 1676                Felipe Rege Corvalán
1676 - 1681                Diego Ibáñez de Faria
1681 - 1684                Juan Díaz de Andino (2nd time)
18 Oct 1684 - 30 Oct 1684  Antonio de Vera Mújica
30 Oct 1684 - 1685         Alonso Fernández Marcial
30 Oct 1685 - 1692         Francisco de Monforte
22 Oct 1692 - 1696         Sebastián Félix de Mendiola        (d. 1706) 
                             (1st time)
 4 Dec 1696 - 1702         Juan Rodrígez Cota
27 Jun 1702 - 1705         Antonio de Escobar y Guitérrez
26 Sep 1705 -  9 Feb 1706  Sebastián Félix de Mendiola        (s.a.) 
                             (2nd time)
 9 Feb 1706 - 1707         Baltazar García Ros
10 Oct 1707 - 1713         Manuel de Robles Lorenzana
 5 Jun 1713 - 23 Jan 1717  Juan Gregorio Bazán de             (d. 1717)
                             Pedrazza
1717                       Andrés Ortiz de Ocampo
 5 Feb 1717 - 14 Sep 1721  Diego de los Reyes y Balmaceda
                             (1st time)
15 Dec 1721 -  6 Jun 1722  José de Antequera y Castro         (b. 1689 - d. 1731)
                             (1st time)(acting)
1722                       Diego de los Reyes y Balmaceda
                             (2nd time)
1722 - 1725                José de Antequera y Castro         (s.a.)
                             (2nd time)
1725                       Bruno Mauricio de Závala           (b. 1682 - d. 1736)
                             (1st time)

1725                       Ignácio Soroeta
                             (prevented from taking office)

 4 May 1725 - 1731         Martín de Barúa                    (d. 1739)

Jan 1731 - 1731            Commune (comuneros)        
                           + Matías de Zaldívar
                           + Francisco de Roa
                           + José Luis Barreiro
                           + Pedro Bogarín
                           (in rebellion)
1731                       Alonso Reyes (in rebellion)
Presidents of the Governing Junta (later General Junta)
1731                       José Luis Barreiro 
1731 - 1732                Miguel de Garay
1732 - 1733                Antonio Ruíz de Arellano
Governors 
27 Jul 1733 - 15 Sep 1733  Manuel Augstín de Ruiloba y        (d. 1733)
                             Calderón
15 Sep 1733 -  9 Dec 1733  Juan de Arregui Závala y           (b. 1656 - d. 1736) 
                             Gutiérrez
 9 Dec 1733 - 1735         Cristóbal Domínguez de Ovelar
1735                       Bruno Mauricio de Závala           (s.a.)
                             (2nd time)
1735 - 1741                Martín José de Chauregui 

1741 - 1747                Rafael de la Moneda
1741 - 1750                Marcos José de Larrázabal          (b. 1710 - d. 1790)
1750 - 1761                Jaime Sansust
1756 - 1757                Nicholas Nanguiru "Nicholas I"
                            (in rebellion, chief of the Guarani self-styled 
                             "king of Paraguay, emperor of the Mamelucos") 
1761 - 29 Nov 1764         José Martínez Fontes               (d. 1764)
1765 - 29 Sep 1766         Flugencio de Yegros y Ledesma      (d. 1772)
29 Sep 1766 - 1772         Carlos Morphí
1772 - 1778                Agustín Fernando de Pinedo         (d. 1780)
1778 - 1783                Pedro Melo de Portugal y Vilhena   (b. 1734 - d. 1797)

Governor/Intendants
1783 - 1785                Pedro Melo de Portugal y Vilhena   (s.a.)
1785 - 1796                Joaquín Alós y Brú
1796 - 1806                Lázaro de la Ribera y Espinoza de 
                             los Monteros
1806 - 1807                Bernardo de Velazco y Huidobro     (b. c.1765 - d. c.1822)
                             (1st time) 
1807 - 1809                Manuel Gutiérre Varonaz
1809                       Eustaquio Giannini Bentallol       (b. 1750 - d. 1814)
1809 - 14 May 1811         Bernardo de Velazco y Huidobro     (s.a.)
                             (2nd time) 
Presidents of the Superior Governing Junta

15 May 1811 - 21 Jun 1811  Triumvirate  
                           - José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia (b. 1766 - d. 1840)
                               y Velasco
                           - Juan Valeriano de Zeballos
                           - Bernardo de Velazco y Huidobro   (b. c.1765 - d. c.1822)
21 Jun 1811 - 30 Sep 1813  Governing Junta
                           - 
Fulgencio Yegros y Franco de     (b. 1780 - d. 1821)
                               Torres (president)
                           - 
José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia (s.a.)
                               y Velasco (to ... 1811)
                           - Pedro Juan Caballero Garcia      (b. 1785 - d. 1820)
                           - Fernando de la Mora y Del Cazal  (b. 1785 - d. 1835)
                              (to 12 Oct 1811)
                           - Francisco Javier Bogarín
        (b. 1763 - d. 1830)
                               Villamayor (to 2 Sep 1811)            
Consuls of the Republic in power (2 consuls alternating in power every 4 months)
15 Oct 1813 - 15 Feb 1814  José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia   (s.a.)
                             y Velasco (1st time) 
15 Feb 1814 - 15 Jun 1814  Fulgencio Yegros y Franco de       (s.a.)
                             Torres 
15 Jun 1814 -  4 Oct 1814  José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia   (s.a.)
                             y Velasco (2nd time)
Supreme Dictator
 4 Oct 1814 - 20 Sep 1840  José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia   (s.a.)
                             y Velasco 
                           (from 1 Jun 1816, styled Perpetual Supreme Dictator)
President of the Provisional Government
20 Sep 1840 - 22 Jan 1841  Manuel Antonio Ortíz 
                            (sworn in 25 Sep 1840)
President of the Provisional Junta
22 Jan 1841 -  9 Feb 1841  Juan José Medina

Commandant-General of the Army
 9 Feb 1841 - 14 Mar 1841  Mariano Roque Alonzo Romero        (d. 1853)

Consuls of the Republic
14 Mar 1841 - 13 Mar 1844  Carlos Antonio López Ynsfrán       (b. 1792 - d. 1862)
                           + Mariano Roque Alonzo Romero      (s.a.)
                            (ruling jointly, but occasionally styled 
                             First Consul, Second Consul)
Presidents 
14 Mar 1844 - 10 Sep 1862  Carlos Antonio López               (s.a.)
10 Sep 1862 - 15 Aug 1869  Francisco Solano López Carrillo    (b. 1827 - d. 1870)
                            (acting to 16 Oct 1862; continues
                             after deposition to 1 Mar 1870)
15 Aug 1869 - 31 Aug 1870  Provisional Government (Triumvirate)
                           - Cirilo Antonio Rivarola Acosta   (b. 1836 - d. 1879)

                             (1st time)(President of Provisional National Government)
                           - Carlos Loizaga Machaín           (b. c.1810 - d. ....)
                           - José Ponciano Díaz de Bedoya     (b. 1831 - d. 1880)
                              (to 7 Jan/11 May 1870)

31 Aug 1870 -  1 Sep 1870  José Facundo Machaín Recalde       (b. 1847 - d. 1877)

                             (provisional)
 1 Sep 1870 - 18 Dec 1871  Cirilo Antonio Rivarola Acosta     (s.a.)
                             (2nd time)(provisional to 25 Nov 1870)
18 Dec 1871 - 25 Nov 1874  Salvador Silvestre del Rosario     (b. 1833 - d. 1874) 
                             Jovellanos Guanes (acting)
25 Nov 1874 - 12 Apr 1877  Juan Bautista Gill y García del    (b. 1840 - d. 1877)
                             Barrio
12 Apr 1877 - 25 Nov 1878  Higinio Uriarte y García del       (b. 1843 - d. 1909)
                             Barrio (acting)
25 Nov 1878 -  4 Sep 1880  Cándido Pastor Bareiro Caballero   (b. 1833 - d. 1880)
 4 Sep 1880  (hours)       Adolfo Saguier Viana (acting)      (b. 1832 - d. 1902)
                             (prevented from taking office)
 4 Sep 1880 - 25 Nov 1886  Bernardino Caballero de Añasco y   (b. 1839 - d. 1912)  PC

                             Melgarejo (provisional to 25 Nov 1882)
25 Nov 1886 - 25 Nov 1890  Patricio Escobar Cáceres           (b. 1843 - d. 1912)  PC
25 Nov 1890 -  9 Jun 1894  Juan Gualberto González            (b. 1851 - d. 1912)  PC
 9 Jun 1894 - 25 Nov 1894  Marcos Antonio Morínigo Fleitas    (b. 1848 - d. 1901)  PC
                             (acting) 
25 Nov 1894 - 25 Nov 1898  Juan Bautista Luis Egusquiza Isasi (b. 1845 - d. 1902)  PC
25 Nov 1898 -  9 Jan 1902  Emilio Aceval Marín                (b. 1853 - d. 1931)  PC
 9 Jan 1902 - 25 Nov 1902  Andrés Héctor Carvallo Acosta      (b. 1848 - d. 1901)  PC
                             (acting) 
25 Nov 1902 - 19 Dec 1904  Juan Antonio Escurra               (b. 1859 - d. 1929)  PC
19 Dec 1904 -  9 Dec 1905  Juan Bautista Gaona Figueredo      (b. 1845 - d. 1932)  PL
                             (provisional)
 9 Dec 1905 - 25 Nov 1906  Cecilio Báez González (provisional)(b. 1862 - d. 1941)  PL
25 Nov 1906 -  4 Jul 1908  Benigno Asunción Ferreira          (b. 1846 - d. 1920)  PL
 4 Jul 1908 - 25 Nov 1910  Emiliano González Navero (1st time)(b. 1861 - d. 1934)  PL
                             (acting) 
25 Nov 1910 - 18 Jan 1911  Manuel Gondra Pereira (1st time)   (b. 1871 - d. 1927)  PL
18 Jan 1911 -  5 Jul 1911  Albino Jara Benegas (provisional)  (b. 1877 - d. 1912)  PL
 5 Jul 1911 - 29 Feb 1912  Liberato Marcial Rojas Cabral      (b. 1870 - d. 1922)  PL
                             (provisional)
14 Jan 1912 – 17 Jan 1912  Triumvirate (in dissidence)
                           - José Alfredo Aponte Silvero      (b. 1874 - d. 1924)                            - Mario Usher Genes                (b. 1884 - d. 1931)
                           - Marcos Honorio
Caballero Codas
29 Feb 1912 - 22 Mar 1912  Pedro Pablo Peña Cañete            (b. 1864 - d. 1943)  PL
                             (provisional)
22 Mar 1912 - 15 Aug 1912  Emiliano González Navero (2nd time)(s.a.)               PL
                             (provisional)
15 Aug 1912 - 15 Aug 1916  Eduardo Schaerer Vera y Aragón     (b. 1873 - d. 1941)  PL
15 Aug 1916 -  5 Jun 1919  Manuel Franco                      (b. 1871 - d. 1919)  PL
 6 Jun 1919 - 15 Aug 1920  José Pedro Montero Candia          (b. 1878 - d. 1927)  PL
15 Aug 1920 -  7 Nov 1921  Manuel Gondra Pereira (2nd time)   (s.a.)               PL
 7 Nov 1921 - 11 Apr 1923  Eusebio Ayala (1st time)           (b. 1875 - d. 1942)  PL
                             (provisional)
11 Apr 1923 - 17 Mar 1924  José Eligio Ayala (1st time)       (b. 1879 - d. 1930)  PL
                             (provisional)
17 Mar 1924 - 15 Aug 1924  Luis Alberto Riart Vera y Aragón   (b. 1880 - d. 1953)  PL
                             (provisional)
15 Aug 1924 - 15 Aug 1928  José Eligio Ayala (2nd time)       (s.a.)               PL
15 Aug 1928 - 15 Aug 1932  José Patricio Guggiari Corniglione (b. 1884 - d. 1957)  PL
15 Aug 1932 - 17 Feb 1936  Eusebio Ayala (2nd time)           (s.a.)               PL
17 Feb 1936 - 20 Feb 1936  Federico Wenman Smith Rojas        (b. 1902 - d. 1985)  Mil
                             (Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces)
20 Feb 1936 - 15 Aug 1937  Rafael de la Cruz Franco Ojeda     (b. 1896 - d. 1973)  Mil + UNR
                             (provisional)
16 Aug 1937 - 15 Aug 1939  Félix Paiva                        (b. 1877 - d. 1965)  PL
                             (provisional to 12 Oct 1938)
15 Aug 1939 -  7 Sep 1940  José Félix Estigarribia Insaurralde(b. 1888 - d. 1940)  PL
 7 Sep 1940 -  8 Sep 1940  Alejandro Marín Iglesias (acting)  (b. 1907 - d. 1988)  PL
                             (president of the council of ministers)
 8 Sep 1940 -  3 Jun 1948  Higinio Morínigo Martínez          (b. 1897 - d. 1983)  Mil
                             (provisional to 16 Oct 1940)
 3 Jun 1948 - 15 Aug 1948  Juan Manuel Frutos Escurra         (b. 1879 - d. 1960)  Non-party
                             (provisional)
15 Aug 1948 - 30 Jan 1949  Juan Natalicio González Paredes    (b. 1897 - d. 1966)  ANR-PC
30 Jan 1949 - 26 Feb 1949  Raimundo Rolón Villasanti          (b. 1903 - d. 1981)  Mil/ANR-PC
                             (provisional)
27 Feb 1949 - 11 Sep 1949  Felipe Benigno Molas López         (b. 1901 - d. 1954)  ANR-PC
                             (provisional to 14 May 1949)
11 Sep 1949 -  8 May 1954  Federico Chaves Careaga            (b. 1882 - d. 1978)  ANR-PC
                             (provisional to 15 Aug 1953)
 6 May 1954 - 15 Aug 1954  Tomás Romero Pereira               (b. 1886 - d. 1982)  ANR-PC
                            (President of the Government Junta in 
                             rebellion to 8 May 1954; then provisional)
15 Aug 1954 -  3 Feb 1989  Alfredo Stroessner Matiauda        (b. 1912 - d. 2006)  Mil/ANR-PC
 3 Feb 1989 - 15 Aug 1993  Andrés Rodríguez Pedotti           (b. 1923 - d. 1997)  Mil/ANR-PC
                             (provisional to 15 May 1989)
15 Aug 1993 - 15 Aug 1998  Juan Carlos María Wasmosy Monti    (b. 1938)            ANR-PC

15 Aug 1998 - 28 Mar 1999  Raúl Alberto Cubas Grau            (b. 1943)            ANR-PC
28 Mar 1999 - 15 Aug 2003  Luis Ángel González Macchi         (b. 1947)            ANR-PC
15 Aug 2003 - 15 Aug 2008  Óscar Nicanor Duarte Frutos        (b. 1956)            ANR-PC
15 Aug 2008 - 22 Jun 2012  Fernando Armindo Lugo Méndez       (b. 1951)            PDC/APC
22 Jun 2012 - 15 Aug 2013  Luis Federico Franco Gómez
        (b. 1962)            PRLA
15 Aug 2013 -             
Horacio Manuel Cartes Jara         (b. 1956)            ANR-PC

 

Brazilian occupation commanders
19 Jan 1869 - 15 Apr 1869  Guilherme Xavier de Sousa          (b. 1818 - d. 1870) 
16 Apr 1869 - Apr 1870     Luís Felipe Maria Fernando Gastão  (b. 1842 - d. 1922)
                             de Orleans, conde d'Eu 
May 1870 - May 1875        José Antonio da Silva Guimarães,   (b. 1819 - d. 1880)
                             barão de Jaguarão
10 May 1875 - 22 Jun 1876  Frederico Augusto de Mesquita,     (b. 1822 - d. 1884) 
                             barão de Cacequi            

Territorial Disputes: Unruly region at convergence of Argentina-Brazil-Paraguay borders is 
locus of money laundering, smuggling, arms and illegal narcotics trafficking, and fundraising for extremist organizations.

Party abbreviations: ANR-PC = Asociación Nacional Republicana-Partido Colorado (Republican National Alliance-Colorado Party, conservative, nationalist, 1947-1962 only legal party, est.1887); APC = Alianza Patriótica por el Cambio (Patriotic Alliance for Change, center-left coalition, est.2008); PDC = Partido Demócrata Cristiano (Christian Democratic Party, est.1960); PLRA = Partido Liberal Radical Auténtico (Authentic Radical Liberal Party, liberal, former PL, est.1978); Mil = Military;
- Former parties: PC = Partido Colorado (Colorado Party, nationalist, conservative, est.1887, renamed ARN-PC); PL = Partido Liberal (Liberal Party, radical liberal, named Centro Democrático to 1890, 1887-1946); UNR = Unión Nacional Revolucionaria (National Revolutionary Union, socialist, 1936-1937)



Jesuit Province of Paraguay

1604/07                    Loyola's Society of Jesus ('Jesuits') granted 
                             territorial privileges for the religious 
                             colonization of eastern Paraguay, area known
                             as Provincia Jesuítica del Paraguay.
1756 - 1757                Guarani Indian rebellion.
27 Feb 1767                Jesuits are expelled; the former province is divided between
                             Spain (Paraguay/
Río de la Plata) and Portugal (Brazil)
                            (effected 23 Aug 1768).

Provincials of Paraguay
(subordinated to the Governors of Paraguay)
1604/07 - 1615             Diego de Torres Bollo              (b. 1550 - d. 1638) 
1615 - 1623                Pedro de Oñate                     (d. 1646) 
1624 - 1629                Nicolás Durán Mastrilli            (b. 1570 - d. 1653) 
1629 - 1633                Francisco Vasquez Trujillo 
1634 - 1641                Diego de Boroa 
1641 - 1645                Francisco Lupercio de Zurbano      (b. 1590 - d. 1667) 
1645 - 1651                Juan Bautista Ferrufino 
1651 - 1654                Juan Pastor 
1655 - 1658                Francisco Vasquez de la Mota 
1658 - 1664                Simón de Ojeda 
1664 - 1666                Francisco Jimenez
1666 - 1669                Andrés de Rada 
1669 - 1672                Agustin de Aragón 
1672 - 1677                Cristobal de Gomez 
1677 - 1681                Diego de Altamirano 
1681 - 1684                Tomás de Baeza 
1684 - 1689                Tomás Dombidas 
1689 - 1692                Gregorio Orozco 
1692 - 1695                Lauro Nuñez (1st time)
1695 - 1698                Simon de Léon 
1698 - 1702                Ignacio Frias 
1702 - 1706                Lauro Nuñez (2nd time)
1706 - 1709                Blas de Silva 
1709 - 1713                Antonio Garriga 
1713 - 1717                Luis de la Roca (1st time)
1717 - 1719                Juan Bautista de Zea 
1719 - 1722                José Aguirre 
1722 - 1726                Luis de la Roca (2nd time)
1726 - 1729                Ignacio de Arteaga 
1729 - 1733                Jeronimo Herran 
1733 - 1739                Diego de Aguilar 
1739 - 1743                Antonio Machoni                    (b. 1671 - d. 1753)
1743 - 1747                Bernardo Nusdorfer                 (b. 1686 - d. 1762) 
1747 - 1751                Manuel Querini 
1751 - 1757                José Barreda 
1751 - 1761                Alonso Fernandez 
1761 - 1766                Pedro Juan Andreu 
1766 - 1767                Manuel Vergara                     (b. 1711 - d. 1770) 







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