12th Parliament of Lower Canada

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The 12th Parliament of Lower Canada was in session from January 8, 1825, to July 5, 1827. Elections to the Legislative Assembly in Lower Canada had been held in July 1824. All sessions were held at Quebec City.

Riding Member
Bedford Jean-Baptiste-René Hertel de Rouville
Buckinghamshire Jean-Baptiste Proulx
Buckinghamshire Louis Bourdages
Cornwallis Joseph Le Vasseur Borgia
Cornwallis Joseph Robitaille
Devon Jean-Baptiste Fortin
Devon Joseph-François Couillard-Després
Dorchester John Davidson
Dorchester Louis Lagueux
Effingham Joseph-Ovide Turgeon
Effingham Casimir-Amable Testard de Montigny
Gaspé Jean-Thomas Taschereau [1]
Hampshire John Cannon [2]
François-Xavier Larue (1826)
Hampshire François Drolet
Hertford François Blanchet
Hertford Nicolas Boissonnault
Huntingdon Jean-Moïse Raymond
Huntingdon Austin Cuvillier
Kent Frédéric-Auguste Quesnel
Kent Denis-Benjamin Viger
Leinster Charles Courteau
Leinster Jean-Marie Rochon
Montreal County Joseph Valois
Montreal County Joseph Perrault
Montreal East Hugues Heney
Montreal East James Leslie
Montreal West Louis-Joseph Papineau
Montreal West Pierre de Rastel de Rocheblave
Northumberland John Fraser
Northumberland Marc-Pascal de Sales Laterrière
Orléans François Quirouet
Quebec County Michel Clouet
Quebec County John Neilson
Quebec (Lower Town) Jean Bélanger
Quebec (Lower Town) Thomas Ainslie Young
Quebec (Upper Town) Andrew Stuart
Quebec (Upper Town) Joseph-Rémi Vallières de Saint-Réal
Richelieu François-Roch de Saint-Ours
Richelieu Jean Dessaulles
Saint-Maurice Charles Caron
Saint-Maurice Pierre Bureau
Surrey Pierre Amiot
Surrey Aignan-Aimé Massue [3]
Louis-Joseph Papineau (1827)
Trois-Rivières Étienne Ranvoyzé [4]
Charles Richard Ogden (1826)
Trois-Rivières Amable Berthelot
Warwick Louis-Marie-Raphaël Barbier
Warwick Jacques Deligny
William-Henry Norman Fitzgerald Uniacke [5]
James Stuart (1825)
York Nicolas-Eustache Lambert Dumont
York John Simpson

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ resigned seat to become a judge in March 1827
  2. ^ election was declared invalid in March 1826; François-Xavier Larue was elected in a by-election held in May 1826.
  3. ^ resigned his seat to allow Louis-Joseph Papineau to be elected
  4. ^ died in 1826; Charles Richard Ogden was elected in a by-election held in September 1826.
  5. ^ appointed judge in February 1825; James Stuart was elected in a by-election held later the same month.
Preceded by
11th Parliament of Lower Canada
Parliaments in Lower Canada
1824-1827
Succeeded by
13th Parliament of Lower Canada

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