William Henry Brouse

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The Hon.
William Henry Brouse
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Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Grenville South
In office
1872–1878
Preceded by Walter Shanly
Succeeded by John Philip Wiser
Senator for Prescott, Ontario
In office
August 9, 1878 – August 23, 1881
Appointed by Alexander Mackenzie
Personal details
Born (1824-06-15)June 15, 1824
Matilda Township, Dundas County, Upper Canada
Died August 23, 1881(1881-08-23) (aged 57)
Ottawa, Ontario
Political party Liberal

William Henry Brouse (June 15, 1824 – August 23, 1881) was a Canadian physician and politician.

Born in Matilda Township, Dundas County, Upper Canada of German ancestry, he attended Upper Canada Academy in Cobourg, Canada West in 1839, Victoria College until 1845, and received his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1847 from McGill College.

He was first elected to the Canadian House of Commons representing the Ontario riding of Grenville South in the 1872 federal election. A Liberal, he was re-elected in 1874. He was summoned to the Canadian Senate in 1878 representing the senatorial division of Prescott, Ontario and sat as a Reformer until his death in 1881.

He was the nephew of George Brouse, an Upper Canada MP.

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