25th New Brunswick Legislature

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The 25th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly represented New Brunswick between February 22, 1883 and April 2, 1886.

Robert Duncan Wilmot served as Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick until November 1885, when he was replaced by Samuel Leonard Tilley.

James E. Lynott was chosen as speaker.

In March 1883, the Conservatives led by Daniel L. Hanington lost a confidence motion and the Liberal Party led by Andrew G. Blair formed the new government.

List of Members[edit]

Electoral District Name
Saint John County David McLellan
William Elder[1]
Alfred Augustus Stockton
Robert J. Ritchie
William A. Quinton
York George J. Colter
Edward L. Wetmore
A.G. Blair
Frederick P. Thompson[2]
William Wilson (1885)
Westmorland P.A. Landry
Charles A. Black
D.L. Hanington
John A. Humphrey
Kings Finnemore E. Morton
J. H. Crawford[3]
Gabriel H. Flewelling (1882)
E.A. Vail [4]
William Pugsley (1885)
Queens Thomas Hetherington
Albert Palmer
Charlotte John McAdam
James E. Lynott
James Mitchell
George F. Hibbard
Northumberland Michael Adams
William A. Park
Thomas F. Gillespie
John P. Burchill
Sunbury William E. Perley
George A. Sterling[1]
Arthur Glasier (1883)
Kent William Wheton
Olivier J. Leblanc
Gloucester Francis J. McManus
Patrick G. Ryan
Carleton George W. White
John S. Leighton
Restigouche J.C. Barberie [2]
William Murray (1885)
Charles H. LaBillois
Albert W.J. Lewis
Gains S. Turner
Victoria Richard W.L. Tibbits[5]
George Thomas Baird (1884)
Madawaska P. Lynott [5]
Mathias Nadeau (1882)
Saint John City John V. Ellis
Ezekiel McLeod

Notes:

  1. ^ a b died in 1883
  2. ^ a b named to Legislative Council
  3. ^ died in 1882
  4. ^ died in 1885
  5. ^ a b resigned
Preceded by
24th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly
Legislative Assemblies of New Brunswick
1883-1886
Succeeded by
26th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly

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