Ministry of Jean-Baptiste de Martignac

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Ministry of Jean-Baptiste de Martignac
cabinet of France
Jean Baptiste Gay, vicomte de Martignac.jpg
Date formed 4 January 1828
Date dissolved 8 August 1829
People and organisations
Head of state Charles X of France
Head of government Jean Baptiste Gay de Martignac
History
Predecessor Ministry of Joseph de Villèle
Successor Ministry of Jules de Polignac

The Ministry of Jean-Baptiste de Martignac was formed on 4 January 1828 after the dismissal of the Ministry of Joseph de Villèle by King Charles X of France.[1] The ministry was replaced on 8 August 1829 by the Ministry of Jules de Polignac.[2]

Ministers[edit]

The ministers were:[3]

Portfolio Holder Party
President of the Council of Ministers The Viscount of Martignac
(Informal, head of the ministry)
Conservative
Ministers
Minister of the Interior The Viscount of Martignac Conservative
Minister of Foreign Affairs Marshal Count of La Ferronays None
Minister of Finance Antoine Roy Constitutional
Minister of Justice The Count Portalis Conservative
Minister of War Lt. General Viscount of Blacquetot Constitutional
Minister of the Navy and Colonies The Count of Chambrol Conservative
Minister of Public Education Antoine Lefebvre de Vatimesnil Ultras
Minister of Worship Bishop Count of Frayssinous Ultras
Minister of Commerce and Industry Pierre de Saint-Cricq Constitutional

Changes[edit]

On 3 March 1828:

Portfolio Holder Party
Minister of the Navy and Colonies The Baron Hyde de Neuville Constitutional
Minister of Worship Bishop François-Jean-Hyacinthe Feutrier Ultras

On 14 May 1829:

Portfolio Holder Party
Minister of Justice Pierre-Alpinien Bourdeau Ultras

References[edit]

  1. ^ Muel 1891, p. 140.
  2. ^ Muel 1891, pp. 141.
  3. ^ Muel 1891, pp. 140-141.

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