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Aureliano Coutinho, Viscount of Sepetiba

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Preceded by  Diogo Antonio Feijo
Name  Aureliano Viscount

Religion  Roman Catholic
Occupation  Politician
Role  Politician
Aureliano Coutinho, Viscount of Sepetiba
Succeeded by  Antonio Limpo de Abreu, Viscount of Abaete
Born  21 July 1800 Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Portuguese colony) (1800-07-21)
Political party  1st Liberal Party (1830–1831) Moderate Party (1831–1837) 2nd Liberal Party (Courtier Faction) (1837–c.1847) 2nd Liberal Party (c.1847–1855)
Died  September 25, 1855, Niteroi, Brazil

Aureliano de Sousa e Oliveira Coutinho, Viscount of Sepetiba (21 July 1800 – 25 September 1855) was a Brazilian politician, judge and monarchist during the period of the Empire of Brazil (1822–1889). He was the leader of the "Courtier Faction", a political faction composed of high-ranking palace servants and notable politicians who exercised a strong influence over Emperor Pedro II in his early years.


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