Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Sagasta, Praxedo Mateo (b. 1827), Spanish statesmen, born at Torrecilla, entered the Constituent Assembly or Cortes at Madrid in 1854. His strenuous opposition to Queen Isabella obliged him to leave Spain twice, but on her flight he became a minister. He is leader of the Liberal party, and formed a Government in November, 1885. Resigning in 1890, he became Premier again in December, 1892, and once more from 1897-9.

“If you would have light and heat, why then are you not more in the sunshine? If you would have more of that grace which flows from Christ, why are you not more with Christ for it?”
–Isaac Ambrose, Looking Unto Jesus