List of ambassadors of the United States to Spain

Julissa Reynoso Pantaleón, she was sworn in by Vice President Kamala Harris on January 7, 2022 and presented her credentials on February 2, 2022.

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Julissa Reynoso Pantaleón

Ambassador Reynoso with Secretary of State Antony Blinken in 2022

Julissa Reynoso Pantaleón (born January 2, 1975) is a Dominican-American attorney and diplomat who is the United States Ambassador to Spain.

July 7

1124 – The city of Tyre falls to the Venetian Crusade after a siege of nineteen weeks.

Alexander I of Scotland

1913 – Edward Burd Grubb Jr., American general and diplomat, United States Ambassador to Spain (born 1841)

November 13

1002 – English king Æthelred II orders the killing of all Danes in England, known today as the St. Brice's Day massacre.

Henry II is crowned as King of Germany.

1841 – Edward Burd Grubb, Jr., American general and diplomat, United States Ambassador to Spain (d. 1913)

Treaty of Tripoli

Signed in 1796.

The as presented to Congress
President Adams' signing statement
Article 11
Miller's Investigation and Notes

Commissioner Plenipotentiary (and Minister to the Kingdom of Spain in Madrid) of the United States, David Humphreys, was given the right to establish a treaty with Tripoli and assigned Joel Barlow and Joseph Donaldson to broker it.

List of United States senators from Georgia

Admitted to the Union on January 2, 1788.

Elected to finish Troup's term. Resigned to become U.S. Minister to Spain.

List of United States senators from South Carolina

South Carolina ratified the United States Constitution on May 23, 1788.

rowspan=2 | Re-elected in 1799. Resigned to become U.S. Minister to Spain.

List of United States senators from Iowa

Admitted to the Union on December 28, 1846, and elects United States senators to Class 2 and Class 3.

rowspan=3 | Re-elected in 1849. Resigned to become U.S. Minister to Spain, having lost re-election.

List of United States senators from Louisiana

Admitted to the Union on April 30, 1812, and elects senators to Class 2 and Class 3.

rowspan=3 | Elected in 1848. Resigned to become U.S. Minister to Spain.

St. Albans School (Washington, D.C.)

Independent college preparatory day and boarding school for boys in grades 4–12, located in Washington, D.C. The school is named after Saint Alban, traditionally regarded as the first British martyr.

St. Albans in 2012
St. Albans
The Lane-Johnston building of St. Albans School in 1910.

John Davis Lodge, Governor of Connecticut and former United States Ambassador to Spain, Argentina, and Switzerland

John C. Breckinridge

American lawyer, politician, and soldier.

Breckinridge in an undated photo
Breckinridge, circa 1850
Former Governor Robert P. Letcher was unable to unseat Breckinridge in 1853.
A campaign poster for Buchanan and Breckinridge
John C. Breckinridge, photograph by Mathew Brady
A marble bust of Breckinridge from the Senate's vice-presidential bust collection
Breckinridge in 1860 by Jules-Émile Saintin
States' electoral votes by candidate; Lincoln states are red, Breckinridge states are green, Bell states are orange, and Douglas states are blue
John C. Breckinridge by Eliphalet Frazer Andrews
Bust of Breckinridge by T.A.R. Kitson, Vicksburg National Military Park
Breckinridge as a Confederate general
Breckinridge's statue formerly located at Cheapside Park in downtown Lexington
Breckinridge's party hijacking a larger boat
Breckinridge in exile in Paris
Breckinridge after the war
Breckinridge's gravestone

Following the December 1854 resignation of Pierre Soulé, the U.S. Minister to Spain, who failed to negotiate a U.S. annexation of Cuba following the controversial Ostend Manifesto, Pierce nominated Breckinridge to the position.