10th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

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The 10th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between 1811 and 1818.

The assembly sat at the pleasure of the Governor of Nova Scotia, John Coape Sherbrooke. George Ramsay became governor in 1816.

Lewis Morris Wilkins was chosen as speaker for the house; Wilkins resigned his seat in 1817 and was replaced by Simon Bradstreet Robie.

List of members[edit]

Electoral District Name
County of Halifax Edward Mortimer
Samuel George William Archibald
Simon Bradstreet Robie
William Lawson
County of Annapolis Thomas Ritchie
Peleg Wiswall[1]

Cereno Upham Jones (1816)

County of Lunenburg Lewis Morris Wilkins[2]

Edward James (1817)

Francis Joseph Rudolf
County of Cumberland Thomas Roach
Henry Purdy
County of King's Jonathan Crane
John Wells
County of Queen's Snow Parker
George Collins[3]

John Barss (1813)

County of Hants William Hersey Otis Haliburton
Shubael Dimock
County of Shelburne Jacob Van Buskirk
James Lent
County of Sydney James Ballaine[4]

Samuel Hood George (1812)[3]
John Cunningham (1814)

John George Marshall
Town of Halifax John George Pyke
John Pryor
Town of Truro James Kent
Town of Onslow Nathaniel Marsters
Town of Londonderry James Fleming
Town of Annapolis John Harris
Town of Granville Isaiah Shaw
Town of Digby John Warwick
Town of Lunenburg John Creighton
Town of Amherst Edward Baker
Town of Horton Samuel Bishop
Town of Cornwallis William Allen Chipman
Town of Liverpool Joseph Freeman
Town of Windsor Loran DeWolf
Town of Falmouth John Maning
Town of Newport John Allison
Town of Shelburne Colin Campbell
Town of Barrington John Sargent
Town of Yarmouth Samuel Marshall[3]

Samuel Sheldon Poole (1814)

Notes:

  1. ^ named judge
  2. ^ named to Supreme Court
  3. ^ a b c died in 1813
  4. ^ died in 1812
Preceded by
9th General Assembly of Nova Scotia
General Assemblies of Nova Scotia
1811-1818
Succeeded by
11th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

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