7th Canadian Parliament

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7th Parliament of Canada
Majority parliament
25 April 1891 – 24 April 1896
Parliament leaders
Prime
Minister
Rt. Hon. Sir John A. Macdonald
(4th Canadian Ministry)
17 October 1878 - 6 June 1891
The Hon. Sir John Joseph Caldwell Abbott
(5th Canadian Ministry)
16 June 1891 - 24 November 1892
Rt. Hon. John Sparrow David Thompson
(6th Canadian Ministry)
5 December 1892 - 12 December 1894
The Hon. Sir Mackenzie Bowell
(7th Canadian Ministry)
21 December 1894 - 27 April 1896
Leader of the
Opposition
Sir Wilfrid Laurier
23 June 1887 - 10 June 1896
Party standings in the House
Government Conservative Party
Opposition Liberal Party
Third Party Liberal-Conservative
Fourth Party Independent Conservative
Fifth Party Independent
Sixth Party Nationalist
House of Commons
Chambre des Communes 1891.png
Seating arrangements of the House of Commons
Speaker of the
Commons
Joseph-Aldric Ouimet
13 July 1887 - 28 July 1891
Peter White
29 July 1891 - 18 August 1896
Members 215 MP seats
List of members
Senate
Speaker of the
Senate
The Hon. Sir Alexandre Lacoste
27 April 1891 - 13 September 1891
The Hon. John Jones Ross
14 September 1891 - 12 July 1896
Government
Senate Leader
John Joseph Caldwell Abbott
16 June 1891 - 30 October 1893
Sir Mackenzie Bowell
31 October 1893 - 12 December 1894
Sir Mackenzie Bowell
21 December 1894 - 27 April 1896
Opposition
Senate Leader
Sir Richard William Scott
8 October 1878 - 27 April 1896
Senators 81 senator seats
List of senators
Sessions
1st Session
29 April 1891 – 30 September 1891
2nd Session
25 February 1892 – 9 July 1892
3rd Session
26 January 1893 – 1 April 1893
4th Session
15 March 1894 – 23 July 1894
5th Session
18 April 1895 – 22 July 1895
6th Session
2 January 1896 – 23 April 1896
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The 7th Canadian Parliament was in session from April 29, 1891 until April 24, 1896. The membership was set by the 1891 federal election on March 5, 1891. It was dissolved prior to the 1896 election.

It was controlled by a Conservative/Liberal-Conservative majority first under Prime Minister Sir John A. Macdonald and the 3rd Canadian Ministry, and then by Sir John Abbott and the 4th Canadian Ministry, Sir John Thompson and the 5th Canadian Ministry, Sir Mackenzie Bowell and the 6th Canadian Ministry, and finally Sir Charles Tupper and the 7th Canadian Ministry. The Official Opposition was the Liberal Party, led by Wilfrid Laurier.

The Speaker was Peter White. See also List of Canadian electoral districts 1887-1892 for a list of the ridings in this parliament.

It was the second longest parliament in Canadian history.

Having five different people serve as prime minister during one parliament is easily a record for Canada; no other parliament has had more than two.

There were six sessions of the 7th Parliament:

Session Start End
1st April 29, 1891 September 30, 1891
2nd February 25, 1892 July 9, 1892
3rd January 26, 1893 April 1, 1893
4th March 15, 1894 July 23, 1894
5th April 18, 1895 July 22, 1895
6th January 2, 1896 April 23, 1896

List of members[edit]

Following is a full list of members of the seventh Parliament listed first by province, then by electoral district.

Electoral districts denoted by an asterisk (*) indicates that district was represented by two members.

British Columbia[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
Cariboo Frank Stillman Barnard Conservative
New Westminster Gordon Edward Corbould Conservative
Vancouver David William Gordon Liberal-Conservative
Andrew Haslam (by-election of 1893-05-02) Conservative
Victoria* Thomas Earle Conservative
Edward Gawler Prior (until 17 December 1895 appointment as Controller of Inland Revenue) Conservative
Edward Gawler Prior (by-election of 1896-01-06) Conservative
Yale John Andrew Mara Conservative

Manitoba[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
Lisgar Arthur Wellington Ross Liberal-Conservative
Marquette Robert Watson (until resignation) Liberal
Nathaniel Boyd (by-election of 1892-07-15) Conservative
Provencher Alphonse Alfred Clément Larivière Conservative
Selkirk Thomas Mayne Daly (until ministerial appointment) Liberal-Conservative
Thomas Mayne Daly (by-election of 1892-11-02) Liberal-Conservative
Winnipeg Hugh John Macdonald (until resignation) Liberal-Conservative
Joseph Martin (by-election of 1893-11-22) Liberal

New Brunswick[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
Albert Richard Chapman Weldon Conservative
Carleton Newton Ramsay Colter (until election voided) Liberal
Newton Ramsay Colter (by-election of 1892-04-06) Liberal
Charlotte Arthur Hill Gillmor Liberal
City and County of St. John* John Douglas Hazen Conservative
Charles Nelson Skinner (until resignation) Liberal
John A. Chesley (by-election of 1892-11-22, replacing Charles Skinner) Conservative
City of St. John Ezekiel McLeod Conservative
Gloucester Kennedy Francis Burns (until 21 March 1893 appointment to Senate) Conservative
Théotime Blanchard (by-election of 1894-05-05) Conservative
Kent Édouard H. Léger Conservative
George Valentine McInerney (by-election of 1892-12-06) Liberal-Conservative
King's George Eulas Foster Conservative
Northumberland Michael Adams Conservative
James Robinson (by-election of 1896-02-06) Conservative
Queen's George Gerald King (until election declared invalid) Liberal
George Frederick Baird (declared elected 1892-02-25 by court decision) Conservative
Restigouche John McAlister Liberal-Conservative
Sunbury Robert Duncan Wilmot Conservative
Victoria John Costigan Liberal-Conservative
Westmorland Josiah Wood (until Senate appointment) Conservative
Henry Absalom Powell (by-election of 1895-08-24) Liberal-Conservative
York Thomas Temple Conservative

Northwest Territories[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
Alberta (Provisional District) Donald Watson Davis Conservative
Assiniboia East Edgar Dewdney (until 26 October 1892 resignation) Conservative
William Walter McDonald (by-election of 1892-11-21) Conservative
Assiniboia West Nicholas Flood Davin Conservative
Saskatchewan (Provisional District) Day Hort MacDowall Conservative

Nova Scotia[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
Annapolis John Burpee Mills Conservative
Antigonish John Thompson (died 12 December 1894) Liberal-Conservative
Colin Francis McIsaac (by-election of 1895-04-17) Liberal
Cape Breton* David MacKeen (resigned to allow seat for Charles Tupper) Conservative
Hector Francis McDougall Liberal-Conservative
Charles Tupper (by-election of 1896-02-04) Conservative
Colchester William Albert Patterson Conservative
Cumberland Arthur Rupert Dickey (until unseated 22 December 1891) Conservative
Arthur Rupert Dickey (by-election of 1892-01-30, until Secretary of State appointment 21 December 1894) Conservative
Arthur Rupert Dickey (by-election of 1895-01-15) Conservative
Digby Edward Charles Bowers Liberal
Edward Charles Bowers (by-election of 1892-02-13) Liberal
Guysborough Duncan Cameron Fraser Liberal
Halifax Thomas Edward Kenny (until election voided) Conservative
John Fitz William Stairs (until election voided) Conservative
Thomas Edward Kenny (by-election of 1892-02-11) Conservative
John Fitz William Stairs (by-election of 1892-02-11) Conservative
Hants Alfred Putnam Conservative
Inverness Hugh Cameron Conservative
Kings Frederick William Borden (until unseated by petition 28 November 1891) Liberal
Frederick William Borden (by-election of 1892-02-13) Liberal
Lunenburg Charles Edwin Kaulbach Conservative
Pictou* John McDougald Liberal-Conservative
Charles Hibbert Tupper Conservative
Queens Francis Gordon Forbes Liberal
Francis Gordon Forbes (by-election of 1892-02-09) Liberal
Richmond Joseph Alexander Gillies (until unseated) Conservative
Joseph Alexander Gillies (by-election of 1892-01-21) Conservative
Shelburne Nathaniel Whitworth White Liberal-Conservative
Victoria John Archibald McDonald (until election voided) Conservative
John Archibald McDonald (by-election of 1892-01-26) Conservative
Yarmouth Thomas Barnard Flint Liberal

Ontario[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
Addington George Walker Wesley Dawson Liberal
Algoma George Hugh Macdonell Conservative
Bothwell David Mills Liberal
Brant North James Somerville Liberal
Brant South William Paterson Liberal
Brockville John Fisher Wood (until controller nomination) Liberal-Conservative
John Fisher Wood (by-election of 1892-12-21) Liberal-Conservative
Bruce East Reuben Eldridge Truax (until unseated) Liberal
Henry Cargill (by-election of 1892-02-11) Conservative
Bruce North Alexander McNeill Liberal-Conservative
Bruce West James Rowand Liberal
Cardwell Robert Smeaton White (until resignation) Conservative
William Stubbs (by-election of 1895-12-24) Independent Conservative
Carleton William Thomas Hodgins Conservative
Cornwall and Stormont Darby Bergin Liberal-Conservative
Dundas Hugo Homer Ross Conservative
Durham East Thomas Dixon Craig Independent Conservative
Durham West Robert Beith Liberal
Elgin East Andrew B. Ingram (until election voided) Liberal-Conservative
Andrew B. Ingram (by-election of 1892-02-12) Liberal-Conservative
Elgin West George Elliott Casey Liberal
Essex North William McGregor Liberal
Essex South Henry William Allan Liberal
Frontenac George Airey Kirkpatrick (until 1 June 1892 appointment as Ontario Lieutenant-Governor) Conservative
Hiram Augustus Calvin (by-election of 1892-06-10) Independent Conservative
Glengarry Roderick R. McLennan (until unseated) Conservative
Roderick R. McLennan (by-election of 1892-01-14) Conservative
Grenville South John Dowsley Reid Conservative
Grey East Thomas Simpson Sproule Conservative
Grey North James Masson Conservative
Grey South George Landerkin Liberal
Haldimand Walter Humphries Montague (until 26 March 1895 appointment as Secretary of State) Conservative
Walter Humphries Montague (by-election of 1895-04-17) Conservative
Halton David Henderson Conservative
David Henderson (by-election of 1892-01-28) Conservative
Hamilton* Alexander McKay Conservative
Samuel Shobal Ryckman Conservative
Hastings East Samuel Barton Burdett (died 20 January 1892) Liberal
William Barton Northrup (by-election of 1892-02-20) Conservative
Hastings North Mackenzie Bowell (until 5 December 1892 appointment to Senate) Conservative
Alexander Augustus Williamson Carscallen (by-election of 1892-12-20) Conservative
Hastings West Henry Corby (resigned 22 June 1894) Conservative
Henry Corby (by-election of 1894-07-04) Conservative
Huron East Peter Macdonald Liberal
Huron South John McMillan Liberal
Huron West Malcolm Colin Cameron (until unseated 26 December 1891) Liberal
James Colebrooke Patterson (by-election of 1892-02-22, until appointed Manitoba Lieutenant-Governor 2 September 1895) Conservative
Malcolm Colin Cameron (by-election of 1896-01-14) Liberal
Kent Archibald Campbell Liberal
Kingston John A. Macdonald (died 6 June 1891) Liberal-Conservative
James Henry Metcalfe (by-election of 1892-01-28) Conservative
Lambton East George Moncrieff Conservative
Lambton West James Frederick Lister Liberal
Lanark North Joseph Jamieson (until 8 December 1891 judicial appointment) Conservative
Bennett Rosamond (by-election of 1891-12-31) Conservative
Lanark South John Graham Haggart Conservative
Leeds North and Grenville North Charles Frederick Ferguson Liberal-Conservative
Leeds South George Taylor Conservative
Lennox David Wright Allison (until election voided) Liberal
Uriah Wilson (by-election of 1892-02-04) Conservative
Lincoln and Niagara William Gibson (until election voided 16 November 1891) Liberal
William Gibson (by-election of 1892-01-28) Liberal
London Charles Smith Hyman (until election voided) Liberal
John Carling (by-election of 1892-02-26) Liberal-Conservative
Middlesex East Joseph Henry Marshall (until election voided 21 January 1892) Conservative
Joseph Henry Marshall (by-election of 1892-02-11) Conservative
Middlesex North William Henry Hutchins Conservative
Middlesex South James Armstrong (died 26 January 1893) Liberal
Robert Boston (by-election of 1893-03-22) Liberal
Middlesex West William Frederick Roome Conservative
Monck John Brown (until unseated) Liberal
Arthur Boyle (by-election of 1892-03-12) Conservative
Muskoka and Parry Sound William Edward O'Brien Conservative
Norfolk North John Charlton Liberal
Norfolk South David Tisdale Conservative
Northumberland East Edward Cochrane Conservative
Northumberland West John Hargraft (until election voided) Liberal
George Guillet (by-election of 1892-03-15) Conservative
Ontario North Frank Madill (died in office) Conservative
John Alexander McGillivray (by-election of 1895-12-12) Liberal-Conservative
Ontario South James Ironside Davidson (until election voided) Liberal
William Smith (by-election of 1892-02-20) Conservative
Ontario West James David Edgar Liberal
Ottawa (City of)* Charles Herbert Mackintosh (until resignation) Conservative
Honoré Robillard Liberal-Conservative
James Alexander Grant (by-election of 1893-12-07, replaces Mackintosh) Conservative
Oxford North James Sutherland Liberal
Oxford South Richard John Cartwright Liberal
Peel Joseph Featherston (until election voided) Liberal
Joseph Featherston (by-election of 1892-02-11) Liberal
Perth North James Nicol Grieve (until election voided) Liberal
James Nicol Grieve (by-election of 1892-05-19) Liberal
Perth South James Trow (until election voided) Liberal
William Pridham (by-election of 1892-03-10) Conservative
Peterborough East John Burnham Conservative
Peterborough West James Stevenson Conservative
Prescott Isidore Proulx (until unseated) Liberal
Isidore Proulx (by-election of 1892-03-30) Liberal
Prince Edward Archibald Campbell Miller (until election voided) Conservative
Archibald Campbell Miller (by-election of 1892-02-04) Conservative
Renfrew North Peter White Conservative
Renfrew South John Ferguson Independent Conservative
Russell William Cameron Edwards Liberal
Simcoe East Philip Howard Spohn (until election voided) Liberal
William Humphrey Bennett (by-election of 1892-02-25) Conservative
Simcoe North Dalton McCarthy Independent
Simcoe South Richard Tyrwhitt Conservative
Toronto Centre George Ralph Richardson Cockburn Conservative
Toronto East Emerson Coatsworth Conservative
Victoria North John Augustus Barron (until unseated) Liberal
Samuel Hughes (by-election of 1892-02-11) Liberal-Conservative
Victoria South Charles Fairbairn (until election voided) Liberal-Conservative
Charles Fairbairn (by-election of 1892-02-11) Liberal-Conservative
Waterloo North Isaac Erb Bowman Liberal
Waterloo South James Livingston Liberal
Welland William Manly German (until unseated) Liberal
James A. Lowell (by-election of 1892-04-29) Liberal
Wellington Centre Andrew Semple Liberal
Wellington North James McMullen Liberal
Wellington South James Innes Liberal
Wentworth North Thomas Bain Liberal
Wentworth South Franklin Metcalfe Carpenter Conservative
West Toronto Frederick Charles Denison Conservative
York East Alexander Mackenzie (died 17 April 1892) Liberal
William Findlay Maclean (by-election of 1892-05-11) Conservative
York North William Mulock Liberal
York West Nathaniel Clarke Wallace Conservative
Nathaniel Clarke Wallace (by-election of 1892-12-21) Conservative

Prince Edward Island[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
King's County* Augustine Colin Macdonald Conservative
John McLean Conservative
Prince County* Stanislaus Francis Perry Liberal
James Yeo Liberal
Queen's County* Louis Henry Davies Liberal
William Welsh Independent Liberal

Quebec[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
Argenteuil Thomas Christie Liberal
Bagot Flavien Dupont Conservative
Beauce Joseph Godbout Liberal
Beauharnois Joseph Gédéon Horace Bergeron Conservative
Bellechasse Guillaume Amyot Nationalist Conservative
Berthier Cléophas Beausoleil Liberal
Bonaventure William LeBoutillier Fauvel Liberal
Brome Eugène Alphonse Dyer (until unseated) Conservative
Eugène Alphonse Dyer (by-election of 1892-03-10) Conservative
Chambly Raymond Préfontaine Liberal
Champlain Onésime Carignan Conservative
Charlevoix Henry Simard (died 6 November 1895) Liberal
Louis Charles Alphonse Angers (by-election of 1896-01-27) Liberal
Chicoutimi—Saguenay Paul Vilmond Savard (until unseated) Liberal
Louis de Gonzague Belley (by-election of 1892-08-16) Conservative
Châteauguay James Pollock Brown Liberal
Compton Rufus Henry Pope Conservative
Dorchester Cyrille Émile Vaillancourt Nationalist
Drummond—Arthabaska Joseph Lavergne Liberal
Gaspé Louis Zéphirin Joncas Conservative
Hochelaga Alphonse Desjardins (until 1 October 1892 Senate appointment) Conservative
Sévérin Lachapelle (by-election of 1892-10-21) Conservative
Huntingdon Julius Scriver Liberal
Iberville François Béchard Liberal
Jacques Cartier Désiré Girouard (until 28 September 1895 judicial appointment) Conservative
Napoléon Charbonneau (by-election of 1895-11-30) Liberal
Joliette Urbain Lippé Conservative
Kamouraska Henry George Carroll Liberal
Laprairie Louis Conrad Pelletier Conservative
L'Assomption Joseph Gauthier (until election voided 6 February 1892) Liberal
Hormidas Jeannotte (by-election of 1892-05-31) Conservative
Laval Joseph-Aldéric Ouimet (until 11 January 1892 ministerial appointment) Liberal-Conservative
Joseph-Aldéric Ouimet (by-election of 1892-01-25) Liberal-Conservative
Lévis Pierre Malcom Guay Liberal
L'Islet Louis-Georges Desjardins (resigned 30 September 1892) Conservative
Joseph Israël Tarte (by-election of 1893-01-05) Independent
Lotbinière Côme Isaïe Rinfret Liberal
Maskinongé Joseph Hormidas Legris Liberal
Mégantic Louis-Israël Côté alias Fréchette Conservative
Missisquoi George Barnard Baker Liberal-Conservative
Montcalm Joseph Louis Euclide Dugas (until election voided 28 January 1892) Conservative
Joseph Louis Euclide Dugas (by-election of 1892-03-05) Conservative
Montmagny Philippe Auguste Choquette Liberal
Montmorency Joseph Israël Tarte (until election voided) Conservative
Arthur Joseph Turcotte (by-election of 1892-03-10) Conservative
Montreal Centre John Joseph Curran (until 5 December 1892 Solicitor General appointment) Conservative
John Joseph Curran (by-election of 1892-12-18, until 18 October 1895 judicial appointment) Conservative
James McShane (by-election of 1895-12-27) Liberal
Montreal East Alphonse Télesphore Lépine Independent Conservative
Montreal West Donald Alexander Smith Independent Conservative
Napierville Dominique Monet Liberal
Nicolet Joseph Hector Leduc Liberal
Ottawa (County of) Charles Ramsay Devlin Liberal
Pontiac Thomas Murray (until election voided 9 May 1892) Liberal
John Bryson (by-election of 1892-06-26) Conservative
Portneuf Arthur Delisle Liberal
Quebec-Centre François Charles Stanislas Langelier Liberal
Quebec County Jules Joseph Taschereau Frémont Liberal
Quebec East Wilfrid Laurier Liberal
Quebec West Thomas McGreevy (expelled 29 September 1891) Liberal-Conservative
John Hearn (by-election of 1892-02-26, died 17 May 1894) Conservative
Thomas McGreevy (by-election of 1895-04-17) Liberal-Conservative
Richelieu Hector-Louis Langevin (until resignation) Conservative
Arthur Aimé Bruneau (by-election of 1892-01-11) Liberal
Richmond—Wolfe Clarence Chester Cleveland Conservative
Rimouski Joseph Philippe René Adolphe Caron Conservative
Rouville Louis Philippe Brodeur Liberal
St. Hyacinthe Michel Esdras Bernier Liberal
St. John's François Bourassa Liberal
Saint Maurice François Sévère Lesieur Desaulniers Conservative
Shefford John Robbins Sanborn Liberal
Sherbrooke (Town of) William Bullock Ives (until 5 December 1892 appointment as Privy Council President) Conservative
William Bullock Ives (by-election of 1892-12-21) Conservative
Soulanges Joseph Octave Mousseau (until election voided) Independent
James William Bain (by-election of 1892-02-03, until election voided) Conservative
James William Bain (by-election of 1892-12-13) Conservative
Stanstead Timothy Byron Rider Liberal
Témiscouata Paul Étienne Grandbois Conservative
Terrebonne Joseph Adolphe Chapleau (until 7 December 1892 appointment as Quebec Lieutenant-Governor) Conservative
Pierre-Julien Leclair (by-election of 1893-01-10) Conservative
Three Rivers Hector-Louis Langevin Conservative
Two Mountains Jean-Baptiste Daoust (died 28 December 1891) Conservative
Joseph Girouard (by-election of 1892-02-27) Conservative
Vaudreuil Henry Stanislas Harwood (unseated 8 January 1892) Liberal
Henry Stanislas Harwood (by-election of 1893-04-12, until election voided) Liberal
Hugh McMillan (by-election of 1892-02-29) Conservative
Verchères Félix Geoffrion (died 7 August 1894) Liberal
Christophe Alphonse Geoffrion (by-election of 1895-04-17) Liberal
Yamaska Roch Moïse Samuel Mignault Liberal

By-elections[edit]

By-election Date Incumbent Party Winner Party Cause Retained
Northumberland February 6, 1896 Michael Adams      Conservative James Robinson      Conservative Called to the Senate. Yes
Cape Breton February 4, 1896 David MacKeen      Conservative Charles Tupper      Conservative Resignation to provide a seat for Tupper. Yes
Charlevoix January 27, 1896 Henry Simard      Liberal Louis Charles Alphonse Angers      Liberal Death Yes
Huron West January 14, 1896 James Colebrooke Patterson      Conservative Malcolm Colin Cameron      Liberal Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba. No
Victoria January 6, 1896 Edward Gawler Prior      Conservative Edward Gawler Prior      Conservative Recontested upon appointment as Minister of Inland Revenue. Yes
Montreal Centre December 27, 1895 John Joseph Curran      Conservative James McShane      Liberal Appointed a judge of the Superior Court of Quebec. No
Cardwell December 24, 1895 Robert Smeaton White      Conservative William Stubbs      Independent Conservative Resignation. No
Ontario North December 12, 1895 Frank Madill      Conservative John Alexander McGillivray      Conservative Death. Yes
Jacques Cartier November 30, 1895 Désiré Girouard      Conservative Napoléon Charbonneau      Liberal Appointed a judge of the Supreme Court of Canada. No
Westmorland August 24, 1895 Josiah Wood      Conservative Henry A. Powell      Liberal-Conservative Called to the Senate. Yes
Verchères April 17, 1895 Félix Geoffrion      Liberal Christophe-Alphonse Geoffrion      Liberal Death. Yes
Quebec West April 17, 1895 John Hearn      Conservative Thomas McGreevy      Liberal-Conservative Death. Yes
Antigonish April 17, 1895 John Sparrow David Thompson      Liberal-Conservative Colin Francis McIsaac      Liberal Death No
Haldimand April 17, 1895 David Thompson      Liberal Charles Wesley Colter      Liberal Death Yes
Cumberland January 15, 1895 Arthur Rupert Dickey      Conservative Arthur Rupert Dickey      Conservative Recontested upon appointment as Secretary of State for Canada. Yes
Hastings West July 4, 1894 Henry Corby, Jr.      Conservative Henry Corby, Jr.      Conservative resignation to recontest due to selling methylated spirits to the government. Yes
Gloucester May 5, 1894 Kennedy Francis Burns      Conservative Théotime Blanchard      Conservative Called to the Senate. Yes
Ottawa (City of) December 7, 1893 Charles H. Mackintosh      Conservative Honoré Robillard      Liberal-Conservative Appointed Lieutenant Governor of the North-West Territories. Yes
Winnipeg November 22, 1893 Hugh John Macdonald      Liberal-Conservative Joseph Martin      Liberal Resignation No
Vancouver May 2, 1893 David William Gordon      Liberal-Conservative Andrew Haslam      Liberal-Conservative Death Yes
Vaudreuil April 12, 1893 Hugh McMillan      Conservative Henry Stanislas Harwood      Liberal Election declared void. No
Middlesex South March 22, 1893 James Armstrong      Liberal Robert Boston      Liberal Death Yes
Terrebonne January 10, 1893 Joseph-Adolphe Chapleau      Conservative Pierre-Julien Leclair      Conservative Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec. Yes
L'Islet January 5, 1893 Louis-Georges Desjardins      Conservative Joseph-Israël Tarte      Independent Appointed Clerk of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec. No
Sherbrooke (Town of) December 21, 1892 William Bullock Ives      Conservative William Bullock Ives      Conservative Recontested upon appointment as President of the Privy Council. Yes
York West December 21, 1892 Nathaniel Clarke Wallace      Conservative Nathaniel Clarke Wallace      Conservative Recontested upon appointment as Controller of Customs. Yes
Brockville December 21, 1892 John Fisher Wood      Liberal-Conservative John Fisher Wood      Liberal-Conservative Recontested upon appointment as Controller of Inland Revenue. Yes
Hastings North December 20, 1892 Mackenzie Bowell      Conservative Alexander Augustus Williamson Carscallen      Conservative Called to the Senate. Yes
Montreal Centre December 18, 1892 John Joseph Curran      Conservative John Joseph Curran      Conservative Recontested upon appointment as Solicitor General. Yes
Soulanges December 13, 1892 James William Bain      Conservative James William Bain      Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Kent December 6, 1892 Édouard H. Léger      Conservative George McInerney      Conservative Death Yes
City and County of St. John November 22, 1892 Charles Nelson Skinner      Liberal John Alexander Chesley      Conservative Appointed a judge. No
Assiniboia East November 21, 1892 Edgar Dewdney      Conservative William Walter McDonald      Conservative Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia. Yes
Selkirk November 2, 1892 Thomas Mayne Daly      Liberal-Conservative Thomas Mayne Daly      Liberal-Conservative Recontested upon appointment as Minister of the Interior and Superintendent General of Indian Affairs. Yes
Hochelaga October 21, 1892 Alphonse Desjardins      Conservative Séverin Lachapelle      Conservative Called to the Senate. Yes
Chicoutimi—Saguenay August 16, 1892 Paul Vilmond Savard      Liberal Louis-de-Gonzague Belley      Conservative Election declared void. No
Marquette July 15, 1892 Robert Watson      Liberal Nathaniel Boyd      Conservative Resignation to enter provincial politics in Manitoba. No
Pontiac June 26, 1892 Thomas Murray      Liberal John Bryson      Conservative Election declared void. No
Frontenac June 10, 1892 George Airey Kirkpatrick      Conservative Hiram Augustus Calvin      Independent Conservative Appointed Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. No
L'Assomption May 31, 1892 Joseph Gauthier      Liberal Hormidas Jeannotte      Conservative Election declared void. No
Perth North May 19, 1892 James Nicol Grieve      Liberal James Nicol Grieve      Liberal Election declared void. Yes
York East May 11, 1892 Alexander Mackenzie      Liberal William Findlay Maclean      Independent Conservative Death No
Welland April 29, 1892 William Manley German      Liberal James A. Lowell      Liberal Election declared void. Yes
Carleton April 6, 1892 Newton Ramsay Colter      Liberal Newton Ramsay Colter      Liberal Election declared void. Yes
Prescott March 30, 1892 Isidore Proulx      Liberal Isidore Proulx      Liberal Election declared void. Yes
Northumberland West March 15, 1892 John Hargraft      Liberal George Guillet      Conservative Election declared void. No
Monck March 12, 1892 John Brown      Liberal Arthur Boyle      Conservative Election declared void. No
Brome March 10, 1892 Eugène Alphonse Dyer      Conservative Eugène Alphonse Dyer      Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Perth South March 10, 1892 James Trow      Liberal William Pridham      Conservative Election declared void. No
Montmorency March 10, 1892 Joseph Israël Tarte      Conservative Arthur-Joseph Turcotte      Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Montcalm March 5, 1892 Joseph Louis Euclide Dugas      Conservative Joseph Louis Euclide Dugas      Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Vaudreuil February 29, 1892 Henry Stanislas Harwood      Liberal Hugh McMillan      Conservative Election declared void. No
Two Mountains February 27, 1892 Jean-Baptiste Daoust      Conservative Joseph Girouard      Conservative Death Yes
Quebec West February 26, 1892 Thomas McGreevy      Liberal-Conservative John Hearn      Conservative Expelled from the House of Commons for corruption. Yes
London February 26, 1892 C.S. Hyman      Liberal John Carling      Liberal-Conservative Election declared void. No
Queen's February 25, 1892 George Gerald King      Liberal George Frederick Baird      Conservative King being declared not duly elected, 25 February 1892, George Frederick Baird was declared elected by a court decision. No
Simcoe East February 25, 1892 Philip Howard Spohn      Liberal William Humphrey Bennett      Conservative Election declared void. No
Huron West February 22, 1892 Malcolm Colin Cameron      Liberal James Colebrooke Patterson      Conservative Election declared void. No
Ontario South February 20, 1892 James Ironside Davidson      Liberal William Smith      Conservative Election declared void. No
Hastings East February 20, 1892 Samuel Barton Burdett      Liberal William Barton Northrup      Conservative Death No
King's February 13, 1892 Frederick William Borden      Liberal Frederick William Borden      Liberal Election declared void. Yes
Digby February 13, 1892 Edward Charles Bowers      Liberal Edward Charles Bowers      Liberal Election declared void. Yes
Elgin East February 12, 1892 Andrew B. Ingram      Liberal-Conservative Andrew B. Ingram      Liberal-Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Bruce East February 11, 1892 Reuben Eldridge Truax      Liberal Henry Cargill      Conservative Election declared void. No
Victoria South February 11, 1892 Charles Fairbairn      Liberal-Conservative Charles Fairbairn      Liberal-Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Peel February 11, 1892 Joseph Featherston      Liberal Joseph Featherston      Liberal Election declared void. Yes
Victoria North February 11, 1892 John Augustus Barron      Liberal Samuel Hughes      Liberal-Conservative Election declared void. No
Halifax February 11, 1892 Thomas Edward Kenny and John Fitzwilliam Stairs      Conservative Thomas Edward Kenny and John Fitzwilliam Stairs      Conservative Election declared void. (Double member constituency) Yes
Middlesex East February 11, 1892 Joseph Henry Marshall      Conservative Joseph Henry Marshall      Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Queens February 9, 1892 Francis Gordon Forbes      Liberal Francis Gordon Forbes      Liberal Election declared void. Yes
Prince Edward February 4, 1892 Archibald Campbell Miller      Conservative Archibald Campbell Miller      Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Lennox February 4, 1892 David Wright Allison      Liberal Uriah Wilson      Conservative Election declared void. No
Soulanges February 3, 1892 Joseph Octave Mousseau      Independent James William Bain      Conservative Election declared void. No
Cumberland January 30, 1892 Arthur Rupert Dickey      Conservative Arthur Rupert Dickey      Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Lincoln and Niagara January 28, 1892 William Gibson      Liberal William Gibson      Liberal Election declared void. Yes
Halton January 28, 1892 David Henderson      Conservative David Henderson      Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Kingston January 28, 1892 John A. Macdonald      Conservative James Henry Metcalfe      Conservative Death Yes
Victoria January 26, 1892 John Archibald McDonald      Conservative John Archibald McDonald      Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Laval January 25, 1892 Joseph-Aldric Ouimet      Liberal-Conservative Joseph-Aldric Ouimet      Liberal-Conservative Recontested upon appointment as Minister of Public Works. Yes
Richmond January 21, 1892 Joseph Alexander Gillies      Conservative Joseph Alexander Gillies      Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Glengarry January 14, 1892 Roderick R. McLennan      Conservative Roderick R. McLennan      Conservative Election declared void. Yes
Richelieu January 11, 1892 Hector-Louis Langevin      Conservative Arthur-Aimé Bruneau      Liberal Chose to sit for Trois-Rivières. No
Lanark North December 31, 1891 Joseph Jamieson      Conservative Bennett Rosamond      Conservative Appointed a county court judge. Yes


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