Ministry of Jules de Polignac

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Ministry of Jules de Polignac
Jules Armand de Polignac 1780–1847.JPG
Date formed 8 August 1829
Date dissolved 29 July 1830
People and organizations
Head of government Jules de Polignac
Head of state Charles X of France
History
Previous 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]

Ministry Start End Minister
Foreign Affairs 8 August 1829 29 July 1830 Jules de Polignac
Finance 8 August 1829 19 May 1830 Christophe de Chabrol de Crouzol
19 May 1830 29 July 1830 Guillaume-Isidore Baron de Montbel
Interior 8 August 1829 18 November 1829 François-Régis de La Bourdonnaye
18 November 1829 19 May 1830 Guillaume-Isidore Baron de Montbel
19 May 1830 29 July 1830 Pierre-Denis, Comte de Peyronnet
Justice 8 August 1829 19 May 1830 Jean Joseph Antoine de Courvoisier
19 May 1830 29 July 1830 Jean de Chantelauze
Navy and Colonies 8 August 1829 23 August 1829 Henri de Rigny
23 August 1829 29 July 1830 Charles Lemercier de Longpré, baron d'Haussez
War 8 August 1829 29 July 1830 Louis de Ghaisne, comte de Bourmont
Public Education and
Religious Affairs
8 August 1829 18 November 1829 Guillaume-Isidore Baron de Montbel
18 November 1829 29 July 1830 Martial de Guernon-Ranville
Public Works 19 May 1830 29 July 1830 Guillaume Capelle

References[edit]

Citations

  1. ^ Muel 1891, p. 142.

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