Emil Stang's First Government

13 July 1889 - 6 March 1891

Conservative Party

Number of government members:

13.07.1889 10
06.03.1891 10

 

Prime Ministers
Stang, Emil, barrister. Prime Minister and Chief of the Ministry of Auditing.

Gram, Gregers Winther Wulfsberg, supreme court judge. Norwegian Prime Minister in Stockholm.


Councillors of State
Arneberg, Ulrik Frederik Christian, county governor. Councillor of State, Member of the Council of State Division in Stockholm. Chief of the Ministry of Justice and the Police July 1890.

Rygh, Evald, mayor. Councillor of State, Chief of the Ministry of Finance.

Furu, Ole Andreas, lawyer. Councillor of State, Member of the Council of State Division in Stockholm. Chief of the Ministry of the Interior 7 July 1890.

Bonnevie, Jacob Aall, school director. Councillor of State, Chief of the Ministry of Church and Education.

Birch-Reichenwald, Peter, director general. Councillor of State, Chief of the Ministry of Labour.

Hoff, Edvard Hans, director general. Councillor of State, Chief of the Ministry of Defence.

Roll, Ferdinand Nicolai, supreme court judge. Councillor of State, Chief of the Ministry of Justice and the Police. Member of the Council of State Division in Stockholm July 1890.

Thorne, Johan Henrik Paasche, squire. Councillor of State, Chief of the Ministry of the Interior. Member of the Council of State Division in Stockholm 7 July 1890.

Change of ministers in Emil Stang's First Government 1889-1891:

Date Ministry Out of ministry Into ministry
1890      
xx.07.1890 Stockholm Ulrik Chr. Arneberg Ferdinand N. Roll
xx.07.1890 Justice Ferdinand N. Roll Ulrik Chr. Arneberg
07.07.1890 Stockholm Ole A. Furu Johan P. Thorne
07.07.1890 Interior Johan P. Thorne Ole A. Furu

State Secretary
Lehmann, Halfdan, State Secretary.

Director General in Stockholm
Schlytter, Hans
, Director General.

Secretary to the President of the Norwegian Government
Ingstad, Carl Ludvig Christopher, former Secretary. Secretary 5 August 1889.

On 23 March 1891 Mr. Stang’s (first) Government handed in its resignation. The King’s permission was granted in a session of the Council of State on 6 March. At the same time Mr. Johannes Steen’s (first) Government was appointed.