Cabinet of Casimir Périer

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Cabinet of Casimir Périer
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Date formed 13 March 1831
Date dissolved 16 May 1832
People and organizations
Head of government Casimir Pierre Périer
Head of state Louis Philippe I
History
Previous Cabinet of Jacques Laffitte
Successor First cabinet of
Nicolas Jean-de-Dieu Soult

The Cabinet of Casimir Périer was announced on 13 March 1831 by King Louis Philippe I. It replaced the Cabinet of Jacques Laffitte. Perier died of cholera on 16 May 1832. Louis-Philippe acted as president of the council until 11 October 1832, when the cabinet was replaced by the first cabinet of Nicolas Jean-de-Dieu Soult.[1]

Ministers[edit]

The ministers in Périer's cabinet and under Louis-Philippe after Périer died were:[2]

Ministry From To Minister
President of the ministry 13 March 1831 16 May 1832 Casimir Pierre Périer
President of the ministry 16 May 1832 11 October 1832 Louis Philippe I
Interior 13 March 1831 27 April 1832 Casimir Pierre Périer
Interior 27 April 1832 11 October 1832 Camille de Montalivet
Justice 13 March 1831 111 October 1832 Félix Barthe
Foreign Affairs 13 March 1831 11 October 1832 Horace Sébastiani
War 13 March 1831 11 October 1832 Nicolas Soult
Finance 13 March 1831 11 October 1832 Joseph-Dominique Louis
Navy and Colonies 13 March 1831 11 October 1832 Henri de Rigny
Education and Religious Affairs 13 March 1831 30 April 1832 Camille de Montalivet
Education and Religious Affairs 30 April 1832 11 October 1832 Amédée Girod de l'Ain
Commerce and Public Works 13 March 1831 11 October 1832 Antoine Maurice Apollinaire d'Argout

References[edit]

Citations

  1. ^ Muel 1891, pp. 184.
  2. ^ Muel 1891, pp. 183.

Sources