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Carlo Bon Compagni di Mombello

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Monarch  Victor Emmanuel II
Succeeded by  Urbano Rattazzi
Education  University of Turin
Preceded by  Carlo Cadorna
Role  Judge

Succeeded by  Carlo Cadorna
Name  Carlo Compagni
Preceded by  Urbano Rattazzi
Monarch  Victor Emmanuel II
Party  Historical Right
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Died  December 14, 1880, Turin, Italy

Carlo Bon Compagni, Count of Mombello (Turin, 25 July 1804 – Turin, 14 December 1880) was an Italian judge, educator and politician.

Bon Compagni served in early constitutional governments of the Kingdom of Sardinia. He was Minister of Public Education in the Balbo and Casati cabinets, and Minister of Grace and Justice in the second D'Azeglio cabinet and the first Cavour cabinet. A three-time President of the Chamber of Deputies, he became a senator in the unified Kingdom of Italy on 15 November 1874.


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