Third cabinet of Napoleon III

The Third cabinet of Napoleon III was formed by the Emperor Napoleon III on 2 December 1852, replacing the Second cabinet of Louis Napoleon at the start of the Second French Empire. It remained in place (with various ministerial changes) until 17 July 1869, when it was replaced by the Fourth cabinet of Napoleon III. The ministers were each accountable to Napoleon III, who was thus both head of state and head of government.

Third cabinet of Napoleon III
 France
cabinet of France
Date formed2 December 1852
Date dissolved17 July 1869
People and organisations
Head of stateNapoleon III
Head of governmentNapoleon III
History
PredecessorSecond cabinet of Louis Napoleon
SuccessorFourth cabinet of Napoleon III

Ministerial appointments were:

MinistryFromToMinister
State2 December 185223 November 1860Achille Fould
23 November 186023 June 1863Alexandre Colonna-Walewski
23 June 186318 October 1863Adolphe Billault
18 October 186317 July 1869Achille Fould
Justice2 December 185216 November 1857Jacques Pierre Abbatucci
16 November 18575 May 1859Ernest de Royer
5 May 185923 June 1863Adolphe Billault
18 October 186317 July 1869Claude Alphonse Delangle
Foreign Affairs2 December 18528 May 1855Édouard Drouyn de Lhuys
8 May 18554 January 1860Alexandre Colonna-Walewski
4 January 186024 January 1860Jules Baroche (interim)
24 January 186015 October 1862Édouard Thouvenel
15 October 18621 September 1866Édouard Drouyn de Lhuys
1 September 18662 October 1866Charles de La Valette (interim)
2 October 186617 December 1868Lionel de Moustier
17 December 186817 July 1869Charles de La Valette
Interior2 December 185213 June 1854Victor de Persigny
13 June 18547 February 1858Adolphe Billault
7 February 185814 June 1858Charles-Marie-Esprit Espinasse
14 June 18585 May 1859Claude Alphonse Delangle
5 May 18591 November 1859Louis Arrighi de Casanova
1 November 18595 December 1860Adolphe Billault
5 December 186023 June 1863Victor de Persigny
23 June 186328 March 1865Paul Boudet
28 March 186513 November 1867Charles de La Valette
13 November 186717 December 1868Pierre Magne
7 December 186817 July 1869Adolphe de Forcade Laroquette
Beaux-Arts2 December 185214 February 1853Victor de Persigny
14 February 185323 November 1860Achille Fould
23 November 186023 June 1863Alexandre Colonna-Walewski
23 June 186317 July 1869Jean-Baptiste Philibert Vaillant
Police2 December 185210 June 1853Charlemagne de Maupas (ministry suppressed)
Finance2 December 18523 February 1855Jean-Martial Bineau
3 February 185526 November 1860Pierre Magne
26 November 186014 November 1861Adolphe de Forcade Laroquette
14 November 186120 January 1867Achille Fould
20 January 186713 November 1867Eugène Rouher
13 November 186717 July 1869Pierre Magne
War2 December 185211 March 1854Jacques Leroy de Saint-Arnaud
11 March 18545 May 1859Jean-Baptiste Philibert Vaillant
5 May 185920 January 1867Jacques Louis Randon
20 January 186717 July 1869Adolphe Niel
Navy and Colonies2 December 185227 March 1855Théodore Ducos
27 March 185519 April 1855Jacques Pierre Abbatucci (acting)
19 April 185524 June 1858Ferdinand-Alphonse Hamelin
Navy24 June 185826 November 1860Ferdinand-Alphonse Hamelin
Algeria and the Colonies24 June 18587 March 1859Prince Napoléon Bonaparte
7 March 185924 March 1859Eugène Rouher (interim)
24 March 185924 November 1860Prosper de Chasseloup-Laubat (interim)
Navy and Colonies26 November 186020 January 1867Prosper de Chasseloup-Laubat
20 January 186717 July 1869Charles Rigault de Genouilly
Education and Religious affairs2 December 18527 June 1856Hippolyte Fortoul
7 June 185613 August 1856Jean-Baptiste Philibert Vaillant (interim)
13 August 185623 June 1863Gustave Rouland
23 June 186317 July 1869Victor Duruy
Public Works2 December 18522 February 1855Pierre Magne
2 February 185523 June 1863Eugène Rouher
23 June 186320 January 1867Louis Henri Armand Behic
20 January 186717 December 1868Adolphe de Forcade Laroquette
17 December 186817 July 1869Edmond Gressier
Agriculture and Commerce2 December 185223 June 1853Victor de Persigny
23 June 18532 February 1855Pierre Magne
2 February 185523 June 1863Eugène Rouher
23 June 186320 January 1867Louis Henri Armand Behic
20 January 186717 December 1868Adolphe de Forcade Laroquette
17 December 186817 July 1869Edmond Gressier
Emperor's Household14 December 185223 November 1860Achille Fould
4 December 186017 July 1869Jean-Baptiste Philibert Vaillant
Minister President of the Council of State30 December 185223 June 1863Jules Baroche
23 June 186318 October 1863Eugène Rouher
18 October 186328 September 1864Gustave Rouland
28 September 186417 July 1869Adolphe Vuitry
Without Portfolio26 November 186030 March 1863Pierre Magne
3 December 186023 June 1863Jules Baroche
5 December 186013 October 1863Adolphe Billault

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