4th Canadian Ministry


4th Canadian Ministry

The Fourth Canadian Ministry was the cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Sir John Abbott. It governed Canada from 16 June 1891 to 24 November 1892, including only a year and a half in the middle of the 7th Canadian Parliament. The government was formed by the old Conservative Party of Canada.

Ministries

*Prime Minister
**16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: Sir John Abbott

*Minister of Agriculture
**16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: John Carling

*Minister of Customs
**16 June 1891 - 24 January 1892: Mackenzie Bowell
**25 January 1892 - 24 November 1892: Joseph Adolphe Chapleau

*Minister of Finance
**16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: George Eulas Foster

*Receiver General of Canada
**16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: The Minister of Finance (Ex officio)
***16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: George Eulas Foster

*Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs
**16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: The Minister of the Interior (Ex officio)
***16 June 1891 - 16 October 1892: Edgar Dewdney
***17 October 1892 - 24 November 1892: Thomas Mayne Daly

*Minister of Inland Revenue
**16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: John Costigan

*Minister of the Interior
**16 June 1891 - 16 October 1892: Edgar Dewdney
**17 October 1892 - 24 November 1892: Thomas Mayne Daly

*Minister of Justice
**16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: John Sparrow David Thompson

*Attorney General of Canada
**16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: The Minister of Justice (Ex officio)
***16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: John Sparrow David Thompson

*Minister of Marine and Fisheries
**16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: Charles Hibbert Tupper

*Minister of Militia and Defence
**16 June 1891 - 24 January 1892: Joseph Philippe René Adolphe Caron
**25 January 1892 - 24 November 1892: Mackenzie Bowell

*Postmaster General
**16 June 1891 - 10 January 1892: John Graham Haggart
**11 January 1892 - 24 January 1892: Vacant
**25 January 1892 - 24 November 1892: Joseph Philippe René Adolphe Caron

*President of the Privy Council
**16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892: John Abbott

*Minister of Public Works
**16 June 1891 - 11 August 1891 Hector Louis Langevin
**12 August 1891 - 13 August 1891: Vacant
**14 August 1891 - 10 January 1892: Frank Smith
**11 January 1892 - 24 November 1892 Joseph Aldéric Ouimet

*Minister of Railways and Canals
**16 June 1891: Vacant
**17 June 1891 - 10 January 1892: Mackenzie Bowell (Acting)
**11 January 1892 - 24 November 1892: John Graham Haggart

*Secretary of State of Canada
**16 June 1891 - 24 January 1892: Joseph Adolphe Chapleau
**25 January 1892 - 24 November 1892: James Colebrooke Patterson

*Minister without Portfolio
**16 June 1891 - 13 August 1891: Frank Smith
**11 January 1892 - 24 November 1892: Frank Smith

References

*Cite web|author=Government of Canada|publisher=Privy Council Office |title=Fifth Ministry |work=Guide to Canadian Ministries since Confederation |url=http://www.pco-bcp.gc.ca/default.asp?Language=E&Page=Publications&doc=min/min_05_e.htm|accessdate=2006-11-09

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