Ministry of Jules de Polignac

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Ministry of Jules de Polignac
cabinet of France
Jules Armand de Polignac 1780–1847.JPG
Date formed 8 August 1829
Date dissolved 29 July 1830
People and organisations
Head of state Charles X of France
Head of government Jules de Polignac
History
Predecessor Ministry of Jean-Baptiste de Martignac
Successor Ministry of Casimir de Rochechouart de Mortemart

The Ministry of Jules de Polignac was formed on 8 August 1829 in the last year of the reign of King Charles X of France. It was dissolved on 29 July 1830 during the July Revolution and replaced by the Ministry of Casimir de Rochechouart de Mortemart.

Ministers[edit]

Jules de Polignac countersigned the ordinance of 8 August 1829 that named the ministers, but was not formally made president of the council of ministers until 17 November 1829. The ministers were:[1]

Portfolio Holder Party
President of the Council of Ministers The Prince of Polignac Ultras
Ministers
Minister of Foreign Affairs The Prince of Polignac Ultras
Minister of Finance The Count of Chambrol Conservative
Minister of the Interior François-Régis de La Bourdonnaye Conservative
Minister of Justice Jean de Courvoisier Conservative
Minister of War Marshal Count of Bourmont Ultras
Minister of the Navy and Colonies Admiral Count of Rigny None
Minister of Public Education and Worship The Count of Montbel Ultras
Minister of Public Works The Baron Capelle Ultras

Changes[edit]

On 18 November 1829:

Portfolio Holder Party
Minister of the Interior The Count of Montbel Ultras
Minister of Public Education and Worship Martial de Guernon-Ranville Ultras

On 23 August 1829:

Portfolio Holder Party
Minister of the Navy and Colonies Charles Lemercier de Longpré Ultras

On 19 May 1830:

Portfolio Holder Party
Minister of Finance The Count of Montbel Ultras
Minister of the Interior The Count of Peyronnet Ultras
Minister of Justice Jean de Chantelauze Conservative

References[edit]

Citations

  1. ^ Muel 1891, p. 142.

Sources