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Luigi Federico Menabrea
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Prime Minister of Italy
In office
27 October 1867 14 December 1869
Political offices
Preceded by Prime Minister of Italy
Succeeded by
Preceded by Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs
Succeeded by
Preceded by Italian Minister of Public Works
Succeeded by