French Provisional Ministry of 1830

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French Provisional Ministry of 1830
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cabinet of France
Date formed 1 August 1830
Date dissolved 11 August 1830
People and organisations
Head of state Louis-Philippe d'Orléans
History
Predecessor Paris Municipal Commission Ministry of 1830
Successor First ministry of Louis-Philippe

The French Provisional Ministry of 1830 was announced on 1 August 1830 by Louis-Philippe d'Orléans in his capacity as Lieutenant General of the kingdom. It replaced the Paris Municipal Commission Ministry announced the day before after the revolution in which the Bourbon Restoration monarchy was deposed. On 11 August 1830 it was replaced by the First ministry of Louis-Philippe.

Ministers[edit]

On 1 August 1830 Louis-Philippe first announced that the ministers named by the Paris Municipal Commission should retain their positions. Later that day he announced various changes.[1] The ministers were:[2]

Portfolio Holder Party
President of the Council of Ministers
Lieutenant-General of the Realm
The Duke of Orléans None
Ministers
Minister of the Interior François Guizot Orléanist
Minister of Justice Jacques-Charles Dupont Orléanist
Minister of Foreign Affairs General The Count Jourdan Indifferent/Constitutional
Minister of War Marshal Count Gérard Orléanist
Minister of the Navy Admiral Count of Rigny None
Minister of Finance The Baron Louis Orléanist
Minister of Public Education The Baron Bignon Indifferent/Constitutional

References[edit]

  1. ^ France 1831, pp. 15ff.
  2. ^ Muel 1891, p. 168.

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