13th Parliament of Upper Canada
Both the House and Parliament sat at the third Parliament Buildings of Upper Canada.
|1st||8 November 1836||4 March 1837|
|2nd||19 June 1837||11 July 1837|
|3rd||28 December 1837||6 March 1838|
|4th||27 February 1839||11 May 1839|
|5th||3 December 1839||10 February 1840|
In the election campaign of June 1836, the Lieutenant Governor Sir Francis Bond Head appealed to the United Empire Loyalists of the colony, proclaiming that the reformers were advocating American republicanism. The Conservative party, led by the wealthy landowners known as the "Family Compact", won the election resulting in a conservative majority in the legislative assembly and triggering dissent in the province. This was the last parliament for Upper Canada. This parliament was dissolved 10 February 1840. The Act of Union 1840 abolished the legislative assemblies for Upper and Lower Canada and created a new Province of Canada with a common Legislative Assembly. This came as a result of the Rebellions of 1837.
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- Lieutenant Governors of Upper Canada, 1791-1841
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- resigned in October 1838 and went to the United States; he was replaced by Milo McCorger in a by-election.
- refused to take his seat in the legislature, protesting the actions of the lieutenant governor in the elections; he was expelled in 1838 and replaced by Henry Burritt.
- appointed registrar for Dundas County; he was replaced by James Morris in a by-election.
- was expelled from the assembly in January 1838, accused of conspiring with the rebels; he was replaced by William Salmon.
- left the country following the Upper Canada Rebellion; Roger Rollo Hunter took his place in the legislature.
- This name appears in the two references cited below; however, in other sources, the name James Wickens appears instead.
- appointed to the Court of King's Bench in March 1837 and replaced by Alexander McLean.
- left the country; John William Gamble took his seat in a by-election.
- left Canada; James Edward Small replaced him in the assembly.
12th Parliament of Upper Canada
|Parliaments in Upper Canada
1st Parliament of the Province of Canada
- Handbook of Upper Canadian Chronology, Frederick H. Armstrong, Toronto : Dundurn Press, 1985. ISBN 0-919670-92-X
- Journal of the House of Assembly of Upper Canada, from the eighth day of November, 1836, to the fourth day of March, 1837 (1837)