(May 8-December 30, 1848). – S enate. President: Coller Gaspare; vice – presidents: Brignole-Sale Antonio, Manno Giuseppe, Alfieri of Sostegno Cesare. – Love it. President: Gioberti Vincenzo; vice-presidents: Merlo Felice, De Marchi Gaetano, Durando Giacomo.
(1 February-30 March 1849). – S enate. President: Manno Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Alfieri di Sostegno Cesare, Plezza Giacomo. – Love it. President: Pareto Lorenzo; vice – presidents: Bunico Benedetto, Depretis Agostino.
(July 30-November 20, 1849). – S enate. President: Manno Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Alfieri di Sostegno Cesare, Plezza Giacomo. – Love it. President: Pareto Lorenzo; vice – presidents: Bunico Benedetto, Depretis Agostino.
(December 20, 1849 – November 20, 1853). – S enate. President: Manno Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Alfieri di Sostegno Cesare, Plezza Giacomo. – Love it. President: Pinelli Pier Dionigi (died April 25, 1852), Rattazzi Urbano (appointed Minister Keeper of Seals on October 27, 1853), Bon-Compagni Carlo; vice-presidents: De Marchi Gaetano, Palluel Ferdinando, Benso Gaspare, Rattazzi Urbano, Bon-Compagni Carlo, Dabormida Giuseppe, Lanza Giovanni.
(December 19, 1853 – October 25, 1857). – S fnato. Presidents: Manno Giuseppe, Alfieri of Sostegno Cesare (from 12 November 1855); vice-presidents: Alfieri di Sostegno Cesare, Plezza Giacomo, Des Ambrois de Névache Luigi, Siccardi Giuseppe. – Love it. President: Bon-Compagni Carlo, Cadorna Carlo (from 7 January 1857); vice-presidents: Benso Gaspare, Lanza Giovanni, Cadorna Carlo, Moffa di Lisio Guglielmo, Sappa Giuseppe, Tecchio Sebastiano senior.
(December 14, 1857 – January 21, 1860). – S enate. President: Alfieri di Sostegno Cesare; vice-presidents: Des Ambrois de Névache Luigi, Sclopis di Salerano Federico. – Love it. President: Cadorna Carlo, Rattazzi Urbano (from 10 January 1859); vice-presidents: Depretis Agostino, Quaglia Zenone, Tecchio Sebastiano senior.
(2 April-17 December 1860). – S enate. President: Alfieri di Sostegno Cesare; vice-presidents: Ridolfi Cosimo, Pasolini Giuseppe, Serra Domenico, Casati Gabrio. – Love it. President: Lanza Giovanni; vice-presidents: Andreucci Ferdinando, Minghetti Marco, Tecchio Sebastiano senior, Malmusi Giuseppe.
(February 18, 1861 – September 7, 1865). – S enate. President: Settimo Ruggero, Sclopis Federico (25 May 1863, resigned on 24 October 1864), Manno Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Sclopis F., Vacca Giuseppe, Marzucchi Celso, Pallavicino Trivulzio Giorgio, Pasolini Giuseppe, Ferrigni Giuseppe, Ridolfi Cosimo, Arese Francesco, Cadorna Carlo. – Love it. President: Rattazzi Urbano (appointed president of the Council of Ministers on March 3, 1862), Tecchio Sebastiano sen., Cassinis Giovanni Battista (from March 25, 1863); vice-presidents: Tecchio Sebastiano sen., Fardella di Torrearsa Vincenzo, Poerio Carlo, Andreucci Ferdinando, Minghetti Marco, Restelli Francesco, Miglietti Vincenzo, Cantelli Girolamo, La Farina Giuseppe.
(18 November 1865-13 February 1867). – S enate. President: Casati Gabrio; vice-presidents: Giacomo Durando, Marzucchi Celso, Vacca Giuseppe, Fardella di Torrearsa Vincenzo, Pasini Ludovico. – Love it. President: Mari Adriano; vice-presidents: Francesco Crispi, Depretis Agostino, De Luca Francesco, Restelli Francesco, Mordini Antonio, Pisanelli Giuseppe, Ferraris Luigi.
(March 22, 1867 – November 2, 1870). – S enate. President: Casati Gabrio; vice-presidents: Marzucchi Celso, Cadorna Carlo, Vigliani Paolo Onorato, Pasini Lodovico, D’Afflitto Rodolfo, Castelli Edoardo, Cibrario Luigi. – Love it. President: Mari Adriano (appointed Minister Keeper of Seals on 27 October 1867), Lanza Giovanni (resigned on 8 August 1868), Mari Adriano (reel., Until 14 August 1869), Lanza Giovanni (18 November-14 December 1869), Biancheri Joseph; vice-presidents: Giuseppe Pisanelli, Francesco Restelli, Cavalli Ferdinando, Coppino Michele, Mordini Antonio, Berti Domenico, Broglio Emilio, Cairoli Benedetto, De Sanctis Francesco.
(December 5, 1870 – September 20, 1874). – S enate. President: Fardella di Torrearsa Vincenzo; vice-presidents: Vigliani Paolo Onorato, Marzucchi Celso, D’Afflitto Rodolfo, Mamiani della Rovere Terenzio, Scialoja Antonio senior, Cambray-Digny Guglielmo, Cantelli Girolamo, Serra Francesco Maria, Pallavicini Francesco, Mirabelli Giuseppe, Sauli Francesco, Arese Francesco. – Love it. President: Giuseppe Biancheri; vice-presidents: Mordini Antonio, Pisanelli Giuseppe, Chiaves Desiderato, Restelli Francesco, Ferracciù Nicolò, Piroli Giuseppe.
(November 23, 1874 – October 3, 1876). – S enate. President: Des Ambrois de Névache Luigi (died December 3, 1874), Pasolini Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Serra Francesco Maria, Scialoja Antonio senior, Mamiani della Rovere Terenzio, Arese Francesco, Eula Lorenzo, De Filippo Gennaro, Tabarrini Marco, Pallavicini Francesco. – Love it. President: Giuseppe Biancheri; vice-presidents: Piroli Giuseppe, Barracco Giovanni, Restelli Francesco, Maurogònato Pesaro Isacco, Correnti Cesare, Peruzzi Ubaldino, Mancini Gerolamo, Coppino Michele, Rasponi Gioacchino, Abignente Filippo.
(November 20, 1876 – May 2, 1880). – S enate. President: Tecchio Sebastiano senior ; vice-presidents: Conforti Raffaele, Durando Giacomo, Borgatti Francesco, Poggi Enrico, Saracco Giuseppe, Amari Michele, Caccia Gregorio, Alfieri di Sostegno Carlo. – Love it. President: Crispi Francesco (appointed Minister of the Interior on 26 December 1877), Cairoli Benedetto (appointed President of the Council of Ministers on 24 March 1878), Farini Domenico (who resigned on 19 March 1880), Coppino Michele; vice presidents ; De Sanctis Francesco, Spantigati Federico, Puccioni Piero, Maurogònato Pesaro Isaac, Farini Doomenico, Villa Tommaso, Pianciani Luigi, Tajani Diego.
(May 26, 1880 – October 2, 1882). – S enate. President: Tecchio Sebastiano senior ; vice-presidents: Conforti Raffaele, Bolgatti Francesco, Caccìa Gregorio, Alfieri di Sostegno Carlo. – Love it. President: Farini Domenico; vice-presidents: Abignente Filippo, Varè Giovanni Battista, Maurogònato Pesaro Isacco, Spantigati Federico.
(November 22, 1882 – April 27, 1886). – S enate. President: Tecchio Sebastiano senior (resigned 27 November 1884), Durando Giacomo; vice presidents ; Borgatti Francesco, Caccìa Gregorio, Alfieri di Sostegno Carlo, Caracciolo di Bella Camillo. – Love it. President: Farini Domenico (who resigned on 12 March 1884), Coppino Michele (appointed Minister of Public Education on 3 April 1884), Biancheri Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Spantigati Federico, Varè Giovanni Battista, Tajani Diego, Di Rudinì Antonio, Pianciani Luigi, Berti Domenico, SolidatiTiburzi Luigi.
(10 June 1886-22 October 1890). – S enate. President: Giacomo Durando, Domenico Farini (from November 16, 1887); vice-presidents: Giuseppe Saracco, Marco Tabarrini, Cannizzaro Stanislao, Giannuzzi-Savelli Bernardino, Pessina Enrico, Ghiglieri Francesco. – C amera: President: Giuseppe Biancheri; vice-presidents: Maurogònato Pesaro Isacco, Mordini Antonio, Buonomo Giuseppe, Villa Tommaso, Di Rudinì Antonio, Miceli Luigi, Baccelli Guido.
(10 December 1890-10 October 1892). – S enate. President: Farini Domenico; vice-presidents: Tabarrini Marco, Cannizzaro Stanislao, Pessina Enrico, Ghiglieri Francesco. – Love it. President: Giuseppe Biancheri; vice-presidents: Baccelli Guido, Villa Tommaso, Di Rudinì Antonio, Tenani Giovan Battista, Ferracciù Nicolò, Cavalletto Alberto.
(November 23, 1892 – May 8, 1895). – S enate. President and vice-presidents as in the previous legislature. – Love it. President: Zanardelli Giuseppe (resigned on February 20, 1894), Biancheri Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Villa Tommaso, Baccelli Guido, Giuseppe Mussi, Caetani Onorato, Damiani Abele, Mordini Antonio.
(10 June 1895 – 3 March 1897). – S enate. President and vice-presidents as in legislature 18. – C amera. President: Villa Tommaso; vice-presidents: Chinaglia Luigi, Finocchiaro-Aprile Camillo, Chimirri Bruno, Bonacci Teodorico.
(April 5, 1897 – May 18, 1900). – S enate. President: Farini Domenico, Saracco Giuseppe (since November 16, 1898); vice-presidents: Cremona Luigi, Guarneri Andrea, Canon Tancredi, Villari Pasquale, Cannizzaro Stanislao, Finali Gaspare, Ghiglieri Francesco, Pessina Enrico. – Love it. President: Zanardelli Giuseppe (appointed Minister Keeper of Seals on 14 December 1897), Biancheri Giuseppe, Zanardelli G. (16 November 1898-resigned 25. May 1899), Chinaglia Luigi, Colombo Giuseppe (14 November 1899); vice-presidents: Chinaglia Luigi, Cappelli Raffaele, Palberti Romualdo, Mussi Giuseppe, De Riseis Giuseppe, Colombo Giuseppe, Gianturco Emanuele, Gallo Niccolò.
(June 16, 1900 – October 18, 1904). – S enate. President: Saracco Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Cannizzaro Stanislao, Finali Gaspare, Di Sambuy Ernesto, Santamaria-Nicolini Francesco, Canon Tancredi, Mezzacapo Carlo. – Love it. President: Gallo Niccolò; Villa Tommaso (resigned on February 22, 1902), Bianchieri Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Palberti Romualdo, De Riseis Giuseppe, Guicciardini Francesco, Marcora Giuseppe, Torrigiani Filippo.
(November 30, 1904 – February 8, 1909). – S enate. President: Canon Tancredi (resigned March 20, 1908), Manfredi Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Blaserna Pietro, Codronchi-Argeli Giovanni, Paternò di Sessa Emanuele, Villari Pasquale, Manfredi G., Rattazzi Urbano. – Love it. President: Marcora Giuseppe (resigned on 8 March 1906), Biancheri Giuseppe (resigned on 30 January 1907), Marcora Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Fortis Alessandro, De Riseis Giuseppe, Gorio Carlo, Torrigiani Filippo, Lacava Pietro, Finocchiaro-Aprile Camillo.
(March 24, 1909 – September 29, 1913). – S enate. President: Manfredi Giuseppe; vice presidents: Blaserna Pietro, Paternò di Sessa Emanuele, Rattazzi Urbano, Villari Pasquale, Casana Severino. – Love it. President: Marcora Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Cappelli Raffaele, Finocchiaro-Aprile Camillo, Guicciardini Francesco, Costa Andrea, Fani Cesare, Sacchi Ettore, Girardi Francesco, Carmine Pietro, Grippo Pasquale.
(November 27, 1913 – September 29, 1919). – S enate. President: Manfredi Giuseppe (died November 6, 1918), Bonasi Adeodato; vice-presidents: Blaserna Pietro, Paternò di Sessa Emanuele, Cefaly Antonio, Cavasola Giannetto, Bonasi Adeodato, Colonna Fabrizio, Di Prampero Antonino. – Love it. President: Marcora Giuseppe; vice-presidents: Carcano Paolo, Grippo Pasquale, Cappelli R., Alessio Giulio, Rava Luigi, Finocchiaro-Aprile C., Arlotta Enrico, Morelli-Gualtierotti Gismondo.
(1 December 1919-7 April 1921). – S enate. President: Tittoni Tommaso; vice-presidents: Di Prampero Antonino, Cefaly Antonio, Colonna Fabrizio, Melodia Niccolò, Hortis Attilio, Torrigiani Filippo. – Love it. President: Orlando Vittorio Emaunele (resigned on 25 June 1920), De Nicola Enrico; vice-presidents: Giuseppe De Nava, Filippo Meda, Ciuffelli Augusto, Berenini Agostino, Rossi Luigi, Rodinò Giulio, Squitti Baldassarre, German Francesco.
(11 June 1921-25 January 1924). – S enate. President: Tittoni Tommaso; vice presidents: Melodia Niccolò, Colonna Fabrizio, Torrigiani Filippo, Cefaly Antonio, Perla Raffaele. – Love it. President: De Nicola Enrico; vice-presidents: Riccio Vincenzo, Gasparotto Luigi, Casalini Giulio, Mauri Angelo, Pietravalle Michele, Tovini Livio, Federzoni Luigi.
(May 24, 1924 – January 21, 1929). – S enate. President: Tittoni Tommaso; vice-presidents: Melodia Niccolò, Vittorio Zupelli, Perla Raffaele, Mariotti Giovanni. – Love it. President: Rocco Alfredo (appointed Minister of Justice on 5 January 1925), Casertano Antonio; vice-presidents: Grandi Dino, Giunta Francesco, Gasparotto Luigi, Rodinò Giulio, Paolucci Raffaele, Acerbo Giacomo, Guglielmi Giorgio.
(April 20, 1929 – January 19, 1934). – S enate. President: Federzoni Luigi; vice-presidents: Bonin Longare Lelio, Tanari Giuseppe, D’Amelio Mariano, Zupelli Vittorio. – Love it. President: Giuriati Giovanni; vice-presidents: Acerbo Giacomo, Buttafochi Carlo, Paolucci Raffaele, Bodrero Emilio.
(from April 28, 1934). – S enate. President: Federzoni Luigi; vice-presidents: Lanza di Scalea Pietro, Giuseppe De Capitani d’Arzago, Ferrari Giuseppe Francesco, Guglielmi Giorgio. – Love it. President: Ciano Costanzo; vice-presidents: Buttafochi Carlo, Paolucci Raffaele, Caradonna Giuseppe.
List of ministries of the kingdom of Sardinia and of the kingdom of Italy from the proclamation of the statute.
The office of “Prime Minister” was suppressed on December 24, 1925; in his place was established that of “Head of Government, Prime Minister and Secretary of State”.
The first ministries instituted were those: 1. of the interior; 2. of esters; 3. of grace, justice and worship; 4. finance; 5. of the war; 6. public education; 7. of public works.
They still have the same denomination today, with the exception of the Ministry of Public Education, which from 12 September 1929 took on that of “Ministry of National Education”. The Ministry of Grace, Justice and Cults, which on November 16, 1919 assumed the name of the Ministry of Justice and Religious Affairs, resumed that of “Grace and Justice” on July 20, 1932, and the attributions relating to affairs of worship passed to Ministry of Interior.
Subsequently the following ministries were established: 8. of agriculture, industry and commerce. Established on August 22, 1848, suppressed on February 26, 1852, reconstituted on July 12, 1860, again suppressed on December 26, 1877, reconstituted on June 30, 1878, divided into the two ministries “of agriculture” and “of industry, commerce and work” June 22, 1916 (the latter “Ministry of Industry and Commerce”, from June 3, 1920). On 5 July 1923 the two aforementioned ministries were suppressed and the “Ministry of the National Economy” was established, which from 12 September 1929 took on the name of “Ministry of Agriculture and Forests”; 9. of the navy, established on January 21, 1860. Until then the navy had remained under the Ministry of War, except from 11 October 1850 to 29 May 1852, during which time it was annexed to the Ministry of Agriculture, and then to that of Finance; 10. of the treasury, established on December 26, 1877. From March 24, 1878 to December 29, 1888 the ministers of finance were in charge of the regency of the treasury. From 31 December 1922 the Ministry of the Treasury merged with that of Finance; 11. of the post offices and telegraphs, established on March 10, 1889, suppressed on April 30, 1924 and replaced by the “Ministry of Communications”, to which the services of the Commissariat of the merchant marine and state railways were added; 12. of the colonies, established on 6 July 1912; from 8 August 1937 it took the name of ” established on 2 July 1926; 21. of the press and propaganda, established on June 24, 1935. Its name was changed to that of “Ministry of Popular Culture” on May 27, 1937.