Ulrik Frederik Christian Arneberg

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Ulrik Frederik Christian Arneberg (15 June 1829 – 30 October 1911) was a Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party.

He served as County Governor of Bratsberg Amt (today named Telemark) from 1881 to 1889.[1]

He then entered national politics, as a member of the Council of State Division in Stockholm from 13 July 1889 to 1 July 1890. On this day, he was appointed Minister of Justice and the Police in the first cabinet Stang. He held this position until the first cabinet Stang fell on 5 March 1891.[2]

After this he was appointed County Governor of Smaalenenes Amt (today named Østfold). He held the position until 1905.[1] In 1892 he was elected to the Norwegian Parliament, oddly enough representing the constituency Brevik,[2] located in Telemark where had formerly been County Governor. He served only one parliamentary term.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Norwegian Counties — World Statesmen.org
  2. ^ a b Ulrik Frederik Christian Arneberg — Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD)
Political offices
Preceded by
Niels Mathias Rye
County Governor of Telemark
1881–1889
Succeeded by
Otto Benjamin Andreas Aubert
Preceded by
Ferdinand Nicolai Roll
Norwegian Minister of Justice and the Police
1890–1891
Succeeded by
Ole Anton Qvam
Preceded by
Johan Lauritz Rasch
County Governor of Østfold
1891–1905
Succeeded by
Hans Christian Albert Hansen