Patricio Rivas

Patricio Rivas, a wealthy Nicaraguan lawyer, was Acting President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from June 30, 1839 to July 27, 1839 and from September 21, 1840 to March 4, 1841.wikipedia
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Patricio Rivas, a wealthy Nicaraguan lawyer, was Acting President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from June 30, 1839 to July 27, 1839 and from September 21, 1840 to March 4, 1841.

William Walker (filibuster)

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However, he was merely a puppet president; rule was held by William Walker.
Initially, as commander of the army, Walker ruled Nicaragua through provisional President Patricio Rivas.

José María Estrada

This agreement was rejected by the legitimist José María Estrada who was the Acting President.
When Walker took over Granada on October 13, who also appointed Patricio Rivas as the new President of Nicaragua, Estrada abandoned the Nicaraguan presidency on October 23, 1855.

Máximo Jerez

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The candidacies of Rivas, Máximo Jerez and Trinidad Salazar were presented at convened elections to elect a new President. Shortly thereafter, on June 24, a triumvirate took office, composed of Máximo Jerez and Tomás Martínez Guerrero, which ended the turbulent government of Patricio Rivas.
Together with Francisco Castellón Sanabria, he participated in bringing to Nicaragua the filibuster of William Walker and on 31 October 1855 was designated Minister of Foreign Relations in Walker's provisional government, led officially by Patricio Rivas.

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Patricio Rivas, a wealthy Nicaraguan lawyer, was Acting President (then called Supreme Director) of Nicaragua from June 30, 1839 to July 27, 1839 and from September 21, 1840 to March 4, 1841.

Juan Rafael Mora Porras

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Due to the patriotic attitude of the government of the Costa Rican President Juan Rafael Mora Porras against the presence of the filibusters in Nicaragua, the government of Rivas declared war on Costa Rica in early 1856, invading Guanacaste.

Tomás Martínez

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Shortly thereafter, on June 24, a triumvirate took office, composed of Máximo Jerez and Tomás Martínez Guerrero, which ended the turbulent government of Patricio Rivas.

Román Mayorga Rivas

Mayorga Rivas was the son of the politician Cleto Mayorga, and the grandson of the Nicaraguan President Patricio Rivas.

Filibuster War

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Initially, as commander of the army, Walker ruled Nicaragua through puppet President Patricio Rivas.

Francisco Castellón

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He was prime minister (ministro general) under Patricio Rivas, but was removed in 1841 by Pablo Buitrago, and reappointed in 1843 by Manuel Perez.

Latin America

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With only the aid of 56 followers, he was able to take over the city of Granada, declaring himself commander of the army and installing Patricio Rivas as a puppet president.

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Charles Morgan (businessman)

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Patricio Rivas of the Liberal-faction assumed the title of Provisional President of Nicaragua, under the supervision of Walker.

1856 in Nicaragua

*President: Patricio Rivas (de jure), William Walker (de facto)

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José Trinidad Cabañas

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Cabañas traveled to Nicaragua to seek support to regain the Honduran presidency to the Nicaraguan president Patricio Rivas, who didn't give him for alleged influences of adventurer William Walker.