1st Parliament of Lower Canada

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The 1st Parliament of Lower Canada was in session from December 17, 1792, to May 31, 1796. Elections for the Legislative Assembly in Lower Canada had been held in June 1792. All sessions were held at Quebec City.

Riding Member
Bedford Jean-Baptiste-Melchior Hertel de Rouville
Buckinghamshire Antoine Juchereau Duchesnay
Buckinghamshire Joseph-Marie Godefroy de Tonnancour
Cornwallis Pierre-Louis Panet
Cornwallis Jean Digé
Devon François Dambourgès
Devon James Tod
Dorchester Gabriel-Elzéar Taschereau
Dorchester Ignace-Michel-Louis-Antoine d'Irumberry de Salaberry
Effingham Jacob Jordan[1]
Effingham Joseph-Hubert Lacroix
Gaspé Edward O'Hara
Hampshire Mathew Macnider
Hampshire Jean Boudreau
Hertford Louis Dunière
Hertford Pierre Marcoux
Huntingdon Georges-Hippolyte le Comte Dupré
Huntingdon Claude-Nicolas-Guillaume de Lorimier
Kent René Boileau
Kent Pierre Legras Pierreville
Leinster François-Antoine Larocque[2]
George McBeath (1793)
Leinster Bonaventure Panet
Montreal County Joseph Papineau
Montreal County James Walker
Montreal East Joseph Frobisher
Montreal East John Richardson
Montreal West Jean-Baptiste Durocher
Montreal West James McGill
Northumberland Pierre-Stanislas Bédard
Northumberland Joseph Dufour dit Bona
Orléans Nicolas-Gaspard Boisseau
Quebec County David Lynd
Quebec County Michel-Amable Berthelot Dartigny (1793)[3]
Quebec (Lower Town) Robert Lester
Quebec (Lower Town) John Young
Quebec (Upper Town) Jean-Antoine Panet
Quebec (Upper Town) William Grant
Richelieu Pierre Guerout
Richelieu Benjamin-Hyacinthe-Martin Cherrier
Saint-Maurice Thomas Coffin
Saint-Maurice Augustin-Amable Rivard dit Dufresne
Surrey François Malhiot
Surrey Philippe-François de Rastel de Rocheblave
Trois-Rivières John Lees
Trois-Rivières Nicolas Saint-Martin
Warwick Pierre-Paul Margane de Lavaltrie
Warwick Louis Olivier
William-Henry John Barnes
York Michel-Eustache-Gaspard-Alain Chartier de Lotbinière
York Pierre-Amable de Bonne

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ died in February 1796
  2. ^ died in October 1792; George McBeath was elected in a by-election held in January 1793.
  3. ^ Ignace-Michel-Louis-Antoine d'Irumberry de Salaberry was elected in both Dorchester and Quebec County; he chose to represent Dorchester and Michel-Amable Berthelot Dartigny was elected in Quebec County in a by-election held in February 1793.
Preceded by
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Parliaments in Lower Canada
1792-1796
Succeeded by
2nd Parliament of Lower Canada

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