Carlo Bon Compagni di Mombello

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The Honourable
Carlo Bon Compagni
Count of Mombello
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President of the Chamber of Deputies
In office
16 November 1853 – 16 June 1856
Monarch Victor Emmanuel II
Preceded by Urbano Rattazzi
Succeeded by Carlo Cadorna
In office
14 December 1857 – 14 July 1858
Preceded by Carlo Cadorna
Succeeded by Urbano Rattazzi
Governor of the Royal Provinces of Emilia
In office
8 December 1859 – 22 March 1860
Monarch Victor Emmanuel II
Preceded by Office created
Succeeded by Office abolished
Personal details
Born (1804-07-25)25 July 1804
Turin, Kingdom of Sardinia
Died 14 December 1880(1880-12-14) (aged 76)
Turin, Kingdom of Italy
Nationality Italian
Political party Historical Right
Alma mater University of Turin
Profession Judge
Religion Roman Catholicism

Carlo Bon Compagni, Count of Mombello (Turin, 25 July 1804 – Turin, 14 December 1880) was an Italian judge, educator and politician.

Bon Compagni served in early constitutional governments of the Kingdom of Sardinia. He was Minister of Public Education in the Balbo and Casati cabinets, and Minister of Grace and Justice in the second D'Azeglio cabinet and the first Cavour cabinet. A three-time President of the Chamber of Deputies, he became a senator in the unified Kingdom of Italy on 15 November 1874.