Moltke II Cabinet

The Cabinet of Moltke II was the government of Denmark from 16 November 1848 to 13 July 1851. It was also referred to as the November Cabinet.

Moltke II

2nd Cabinet of Denmark
Date formed 15 November 1848 (1848-11-15)
Date dissolved 13 July 1851 (1851-07-13)
People and organisations
Head of state Frederick VII
Head of government Adam Wilhelm Moltke
No. of ministers 10
Total no. of members 13
Member party Independents
National Liberal Party
History
Election(s) 1849
Predecessor Moltke I
Successor Moltke III

It was replaced by the Cabinet of Moltke III on 13 July 1851.

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Some of the terms in the table end after 15 November 1848 because the minister was in the Cabinet of Moltke II as well.

Portfolio Minister Tookoffice Leftoffice Party
Prime Minister Adam Wilhelm Moltke 22 March 1848 28 January 1852   Nonpartisan
Minister of Foreign Affairs Adam Wilhelm Moltke 16 November 1848 6 August 1850   Nonpartisan
Holger Reedtz 6 August 1850 18 October 1851   Nonpartisan
Minister for Finance Wilhelm Sponneck 16 November 1848 12 December 1854   Nonpartisan
Minister of the Interior Peter Georg Bang 16 November 1848 21 September 1848   Nonpartisan
Mathias Hans Rosenørn 21 September 1848 13 July 1851   Nonpartisan
Minister of Justice Carl Emil Bardenfleth 22 March 1848 13 July 1851   Nonpartisan
Kultus Minister Johan Nicolai Madvig 16 November 1848 7 December 1851   National Liberal
Minister of War Christian Frederik von Hansen 16 November 1848 13 July 1851   Nonpartisan
Minister of the Navy Christian Christopher Zarthmann 6 April 1848 10 August 1850   Nonpartisan
Carl Ludvig Christian Irminger 10 August 1850 25 November 1850   Nonpartisan
Carl Edvard van Dockum 25 November 1850 28 January 1852   Nonpartisan
Minister for Schleswig Frederik Ferdinand Tillisch 5 March 1851 13 July 1851   Nonpartisan
Minister without portfolio Henrik Nicolai Clausen 16 November 1848 13 July 1851   National Liberal

Preceded by

Cabinet of Denmark
16 November 1848 13 July 1851
Succeeded by

Moltke III

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