Carl Johan Thyselius
Carl Johan Thyselius (8 June 1811 – 11 January 1891) was a politician, state official (Swedish: ämbetsman), Justice Councillor (Swedish: justitieråd) 1856-60, "Minister for Ecclesiastical Affairs" (comparable to Minister of Education, Swedish: ecklesiastikminister) 1860-63, Minister for Civil Affairs (responsible for trade, industry and ship transport; Swedish: civilminister) 1875-80, and served as Prime Minister from 1883 to 84.
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