|Grand Master of the Order of Saint John|
16 December 1736 – 15 January 1741
|Monarch||King Charles V|
|Preceded by||António Manoel de Vilhena|
|Succeeded by||Manuel Pinto da Fonseca|
Majorca, Aragon (modern Spain)
15 January 1741|
|Resting place||St. John's Co-Cathedral|
|Allegiance||Order of Saint John|
Fra' Ramon Despuig (Catalan pronunciation: [rəˈmon dəsˈputʃ]) (Majorca, 1670 – Malta, 1741) was the 67th Prince and Grand Master of the Order of Malta. He was elected to the position in 1736 and served for 5 years until his death. He was succeeded by Manuel Pinto da Fonseca. During his reign, the legislation of the small state was renewed and the Cathedral of St. John in Valletta was reformed. Several vessels of the Algerian Navy were also captured by the Order's galleys during his reign.
Despuig Bastion, which is part of the fortifications of Mdina, was built between 1739 and 1746 and was named after the Grand Master.
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António Manoel de Vilhena
|Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller
| Succeeded by|
Manuel Pinto da Fonseca