François Allain-Targé

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François Allain-Targé (May 17, 1832 – July 16, 1902) was a French politician of the French Third Republic. He served as minister of finance under Léon Gambetta and minister of the interior under Henri Brisson.[1][2][3]

Preceded by
Pierre Magnin
Minister of Finance of France
November 4, 1881 – January 30, 1882
Succeeded by
Léon Say
Preceded by
Pierre Waldeck-Rousseau
Minister of the Interior of France
April 6, 1885 – January 7, 1886
Succeeded by
Ferdinand Sarrien


  1. ^ (Port 1965, p. 10)
  2. ^ (Port 1965, p. 11)
  3. ^ Daniel Ligou, Dictionnaire de la Franc-Maçonnerie, Presses universitaires de France, 3rd éd., 1991, p. 29.


  • Port, Célestin (1965), H. Siraudeau et Cie (ed.), Dictionnaire historique, géographique et biographique de Maine-et-Loire et de l'ancienne province d'Anjou, 1 (A-C) (2nd ed.), Angers, BNF 331411051, archived from the original on 2012-12-18
  • "François Allain-Targé", in Adolphe Robert and Gaston Cougny, Dictionnaire des parlementaires français (1789-1891), Bourloton, Paris, 1889 Edition details Wikisource
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