Cabinet of Jacques Laffitte

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Cabinet of Jacques Laffitte
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of France
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Date formed 2 November 1830
Date dissolved 13 March 1831
People and organisations
Head of government Jacques Laffitte
Head of state Louis Philippe I
History
Predecessor First ministry of Louis-Philippe
Successor Cabinet of Casimir Périer

The Cabinet of Jacques Laffitte was announced on 2 November 1830 by King Louis Philippe I. It replaced the First ministry of Louis-Philippe. On 13 March 1831 it was replaced by the Cabinet of Casimir Périer.

Ministers[edit]

The ministers were:[1]

Ministry From To Minister
President of the ministry 2 November 1830 13 March 1831 Jacques Laffitte
Interior 2 November 1830 13 March 1831 Camille de Montalivet
Justice 2 November 1830 27 December 1830 Jacques-Charles Dupont de l'Eure
Justice 27 December 1830 13 March 1831 Joseph Mérilhou
Foreign Affairs 2 November 1830 17 November 1830 Nicolas Joseph Maison
Foreign Affairs 17 November 1830 13 March 1831 Horace Sébastiani
War 2 November 1830 17 November 1830 Étienne Maurice Gérard
War 17 November 1830 13 March 1831 Jean-de-Dieu Soult
Finance 2 November 1830 13 March 1831 Jacques Laffitte
Navy and Colonies 2 November 1830 17 November 1830 Horace Sébastiani
Navy and Colonies 17 November 1830 13 March 1831 Antoine Maurice Apollinaire d'Argout
Public Education and Religious Affairs 2 November 1830 27 December 1830 Joseph Mérilhou
Public Education and Religious Affairs 27 December 1830 13 March 1831 Félix Barthe

Sub-secretaries of State were:

References[edit]

Citations

  1. ^ Muel 1891, pp. 181.

Sources