Cabinet of General Cavaignac

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Cabinet of General Cavaignac
 France
of France
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Date formed 28 June 1848
Date dissolved 20 December 1848
People and organizations
Head of government Louis-Eugène Cavaignac
Head of state Louis-Eugène Cavaignac
History
Previous Executive Commission of 1848
Successor First cabinet of Odilon Barrot

The cabinet of General Cavaignac was the government of France from 28 June 1848 to 20 December 1848. It replaced the Executive Commission of 1848 after the June Days Uprising of 23 June to 26 June 1848. General Louis-Eugène Cavaignac (1802-1857) was given executive power by the National Assembly and headed the government as President of the Council of Ministers.[1] The government was replaced by the first cabinet of Odilon Barrot on 20 December 1848 after Louis Napoleon had been elected as President.[2]

Ministers[edit]

The ministers were:[3]

Ministry Start End Minister
President of the Council 28 June 1848 20 December 1848 General Louis-Eugène Cavaignac
War 28 June 1848 20 December 1848 General Christophe Léon Louis Juchault de Lamoricière
Finance 28 June 1848 25 October 1848 Michel Goudchaux
Finance 25 October 1848 20 December 1848 Ariste Jacques Trouvé-Chauvel
Justice 28 June 1848 17 July 1848 Eugène Bethmont
Justice 17 July 1848 20 December 1848 Pierre Marie de Saint-Georges
Interior 28 June 1848 13 October 1848 Antoine Sénard
Interior 13 October 1848 20 December 1848 Jules Armand Dufaure
Agriculture and Commerce 28 June 1848 20 December 1848 Charles Gilbert Tourret
Public Works 28 June 1848 13 October 1848 Adrien Recurt
Public Works 13 October 1848 20 December 1848 Alexandre-François Vivien
Foreign Affairs 28 June 1848 29 June 1848 Jules Bastide
Foreign Affairs 29 June 1848 17 July 1848 Marie Alphonse Bedeau
Foreign Affairs 17 July 1848 20 December 1848 Jules Bastide
Navy and Colonies 29 June 1848 17 July 1848 Jules Bastide
Navy and Colonies 17 July 1848 20 December 1848 Raymond-Jean-Baptiste de Verninac Saint-Maur
Public Education and Religion 28 June 1848 5 July 1848 Hippolyte Carnot (dismissed)[1]
Public Education and Religion 5 July 1848 13 October 1848 Achille Tenaille de Vaulabelle[4]
Public Education and Religion 13 October 1848 1 December 1848 Alexandre Pierre Freslon
Public Education and Religion 1 December 20 December 1848 Pierre Marie de Saint-Georges (acting)

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