Joaquin del Solar e Ibanez

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Joaquin del Solar e Ibáñez was the Governor-General of the Philippines from 24 March to 25 April 1865 (acting), and from 27 September to 26 October 1866.[1]


Solar e Ibáñez was a former segundo de cabo prior to his appointment.[2] He assumed the position of acting governor-general on 24 March 1865 after the resignation of Rafael de Echagüe.[3] He left his position on 25 April following the appointment of Juan de Lara e Irigoyen as the new governor-general.[4]

He was eventually appointed as the successor of Governor-General de Lara on 27 September 1866.[5] Before his appointment, José Laureano de Sanz and Juan Antonio Osorio served as acting governors-general.[6] He occupied the position until on 26 October, and was succeeded by José de la Gándara.[7]


  1. Carlos Quirino, Old Manila, ed. María Eloísa G. Parco-de Castro, 2nd ed. (Quezon City: Vibal Foundation, 2016), 297.
  2. Quirino, Old Manila, 297.
  3. Quirino, Old Manila, 297.
  4. Quirino, Old Manila, 297.
  5. Quirino, Old Manila, 297.
  6. Quirino, Old Manila, 297.
  7. Quirino, Old Manila, 297.



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