10th Parliament of Lower Canada

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The 10th Parliament of Lower Canada was in session from April 11, 1820, to April 24, 1820. Elections to the Legislative Assembly in Lower Canada had been held in March 1820. The legislature was dissolved due to the death of King George III. All sessions were held at Quebec City.

Riding Member
Bedford Joseph Franchère
Buckinghamshire François Bellet
Buckinghamshire Louis Bourdages
Cornwallis Jean-Baptiste Taché
Cornwallis Joseph Robitaille
Devon Jean-Baptiste Fortin
Devon François Fournier
Dorchester John Davidson
Dorchester Louis Lagueux
Effingham Jacob Oldham
Effingham François Tassé
Gaspé [1]
Hampshire Charles Langevin
Hampshire François Huot
Hertford François Blanchet
Hertford François-Xavier Paré
Huntingdon Michael O'Sullivan
Huntingdon Austin Cuvillier
Kent Pierre Bruneau [2]
Kent Denis-Benjamin Viger
Leinster Jacques Trullier, dit Lacombe
Leinster Barthélemy Joliette
Montreal County Joseph Valois
Montreal County Joseph Perrault
Montreal East Hugues Heney
Montreal East Thomas Busby
Montreal West Louis-Joseph Papineau
Montreal West George Garden
Northumberland Étienne-Claude Lagueux
Northumberland Philippe Panet
Orléans François Quirouet
Quebec County Louis Gauvreau
Quebec County John Neilson
Quebec (Lower Town) Thomas Lee
Quebec (Lower Town) Peter Burnet
Quebec (Upper Town) Claude Dénéchau
Quebec (Upper Town) Joseph-Rémi Vallières de Saint-Réal
Richelieu François Saint-Onge
Richelieu Jean Dessaulles
Saint-Maurice Louis Picotte
Saint-Maurice Pierre Bureau
Surrey Pierre Amiot
Surrey Étienne Duchesnois
Trois-Rivières Charles Richard Ogden
Trois-Rivières Marie-Joseph Godefroy de Tonnancour
Warwick Alexis Mousseau
Warwick Ross Cuthbert
William-Henry Robert Jones
York Nicolas-Eustache Lambert Dumont
York Augustin Perrault

Notes:

  1. ^ return not received before close of session
  2. ^ died in April 1820
Preceded by
9th Parliament of Lower Canada
Parliaments in Lower Canada
1820
Succeeded by
11th Parliament of Lower Canada

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