Cabinet of General Cavaignac

 France
cabinet of France

Louis-Eugène Cavaignac

Date formed
28 June 1848

Date dissolved
20 December 1848

People and organisations

Head of government
Louis-Eugène Cavaignac

Head of state
Louis-Eugène Cavaignac

History

Predecessor
Executive Commission of 1848

Successor
First cabinet of Odilon Barrot

The cabinet of General Cavaignac was the government of France from 28 June 1848 to 20 December 1848. It replaced the Executive Commission of 1848 after the June Days Uprising of 23 June to 26 June 1848. General Louis-Eugène Cavaignac (1802-1857) was given executive power by the National Assembly and headed the government as President of the Council of Ministers.[1] The government was replaced by the first cabinet of Odilon Barrot on 20 December 1848 after Louis Napoleon had been elected as President.[2]
Ministers[edit]
The ministers were:[3]

Ministry
Start
End
Minister

President of the Council
28 June 1848
20 December 1848
General Louis-Eugène Cavaignac

War
28 June 1848
20 December 1848
General Christophe Léon Louis Juchault de Lamoricière

Finance
28 June 1848
25 October 1848
Michel Goudchaux

Finance
25 October 1848
20 December 1848
Ariste Jacques Trouvé-Chauvel

Justice
28 June 1848
17 July 1848
Eugène Bethmont

Justice
17 July 1848
20 December 1848
Pierre Marie de Saint-Georges

Interior
28 June 1848
13 October 1848
Antoine Sénard

Interior
13 October 1848
20 December 1848
Jules Armand Dufaure

Agriculture and Commerce
28 June 1848
20 December 1848
Charles Gilbert Tourret

Public Works
28 June 1848
13 October 1848
Adrien Recurt

Public Works
13 October 1848
20 December 1848
Alexandre-François Vivien

Foreign Affairs
28 June 1848
29 June 1848
Jules Bastide

Foreign Affairs
29 June 1848
17 July 1848
Marie Alphonse Bedeau

Foreign Affairs
17 July 1848
20 December 1848
Jules Bastide

Navy and Colonies
29 June 1848
17 July 1848
Jules Bastide

Navy and Colonies
17 July 1848
20 December 1848
Raymond-Jean-Baptiste de Verninac Saint-Maur

Public Education and Religion
28 June 1848
5 July 1848
Hippolyte Carnot (dismissed)[1]

Public Education and Religion
5 July 1848
13 October 1848
Achille Tenaille de Vaulabelle[4]

Public Education and Religion
13 October 1848
1 December 1848
Alexandre Pierre Freslon

Public Education and Religion
1 December
20 December 1848
Pierre Marie de Saint-Georges (acting)

References[edit]

^ a b Fortescue 2005, p. 118ff.
^ Robertson 1952, p