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Løvenskiold/Vogt Government

8. mars 1844–17. juni 1856

The change between the Second Wedel Government and the Løvenskiold/Vogt Government took place at the accession to the throne of King Oscar I on 8 March 1844, following the death of King Carl XIV Johan. The Løvenskiold/Vogt Government was named after Governor-General Severin Løvenskiold and Minister Jørgen Herman Vogt.

The change between the Løvenskiold/Vogt Government and the Vogt Government took place at Severin Løvenskiold’s resignation as Governor-General on 17 June 1856. The Vogt Government was named after First Minister Jørgen Herman Vogt.

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About the Government

Prime Minister:
Frederik Due

Politicians