Last cabinet of the French Second Republic

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Last cabinet of the
French Second Republic
 France
of France
Date formed 27 October 1851
Date dissolved 2 December 1851
People and organizations
Head of state Louis Napoleon
History
Previous Cabinet of Léon Faucher
Successor First cabinet of Louis Napoleon

The Last cabinet of the French Second Republic was formed on 27 October 1851 by President Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte after the dismissal of the Cabinet of Léon Faucher.[1] It remained in place until the coup of 2 December 1851, when it was replaced by the First cabinet of Louis Napoleon.[2]

Cabinet members[edit]

Ministry Start End Minister
War 26 October 1851 2 December 1851 General Jacques Leroy de Saint Arnaud[3]
Justice 26 October 1851 1 November 1851 Eugène Corbin[1]
Police 26 October 1851 2 December 1851 Charlemagne de Maupas[3]
Foreign Affairs 26 October 1851 2 December 1851 Louis Félix Étienne, marquis de Turgot[1]
Interior 26 October 1851 2 December 1851 René de Thorigny[1]
Finance 26 October 1851 23 November 1851 Antoine Blondel[1]
Navy and Colonies 26 October 1851 2 December 1851 Hippolyte Fortoul[4]
Public Works 26 October 1851 2 December 1851 Théobald de Lacrosse[5]
Agriculture and Commerce 26 October 1851 26 November 1851 François-Xavier Joseph de Casabianca[6]
Education and Religious Affairs 26 October 1851 2 December 1851 Charles Giraud[1]
Justice 1 November 1851 2 December 1851 Alfred Daviel
Finance 23 November 1851 2 December 1851 François-Xavier Joseph de Casabianca[6]
Agriculture and Commerce 26 November 1851 2 December 1851 Noël Lefebvre-Duruflé[7]
Interior 2 December 1851 2 December 1851 Charles de Morny, Duke of Morny

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