Cabinet of Alphonse Henri d'Hautpoul

The cabinet of Alphonse Henri d'Hautpoul was formed by President Louis Napoleon Bonaparte after he had dismissed the second cabinet of Odilon Barrot on 31 October 1849. The Hautpoul cabinet was made up of friends of the president rather than members of the assembly, and was led by Alphonse Henri d'Hautpoul.

Cabinet of Alphonse Henri d'Hautpoul
 France
cabinet of France
Date formed31 October 1849
Date dissolved24 January 1851
People and organisations
Head of stateLouis Napoleon
Head of governmentAlphonse Henri d'Hautpoul
History
PredecessorSecond cabinet of Odilon Barrot
SuccessorPetit ministère of 1851

On 24 January 1851, the cabinet was replaced by the Petit ministère of 1851.

Ministers

The ministers were:[1][2]

Portfolio Holder Party
Head of the Ministry Alphonse Henri d'Hautpoul Party of Order
Minister of Foreign Affairs Alphonse de Rayneval Independent
Minister of the Interior Ferdinand Barrot Party of Order
Minister of Justice Eugène Rouher Party of Order
Minister of Finance Achille Fould Party of Order
Minister of Public Works Jean-Martial Bineau Party of Order
Minister of Trade and Agricolture Jean-Baptiste Dumas Independent
Minister of Education Félix Esquirou de Parieu Party of Order
Minister of War Alphonse Henri d'Hautpoul Party of Order
Minister of the Navy and Colonies Joseph Romain-Desfossés Party of Order
Changes

Upon 9 January 1851, the ministry was totally reshuffled with those who were aligned with President Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte. The ministers were:[3]

Portfolio Holder Party
Head of the Ministry Left vacant
Minister of Foreign Affairs Édouard Drouyn de Lhuys Bonapartist
Minister of the Interior Pierre Jules Baroche Bonapartist
Minister of Justice Eugène Rouher Bonapartist
Minister of Finance Achille Fould Bonapartist
Minister of Public Works Pierre Magne Bonapartist
Minister of Trade and Agricolture Louis Bernard Bonjean Bonapartist
Minister of Education Félix Esquirou de Parieu Bonapartist
Minister of War Auguste Regnaud de Saint-Jean d'Angély Military
Minister of the Navy and Colonies Théodore Ducos Bonapartist

References

Sources

  • "Ministére du 31 octobre 1849". Table analytique par ordre alphabétique de matières et de noms de personnes du Compte rendu des séances de l'Assemblée nationale législative et des documents imprimés par son ordre: 28 mai 1849 - 2 déc. 1851. H. et C. Noblet. 1852. Retrieved 2014-02-20.
  • Ténot, Eugène (1870). Paris in December, 1851: Or, The Coup D't́at of Napoleon III. Hurd and Houghton. Retrieved 2014-02-20.
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