8th Parliament of Lower Canada
The 8th Parliament of Lower Canada was in session from January 21, 1815 to February 29, 1816. Elections to the Legislative Assembly in Lower Canada had been held in March 1814. Colonial administrator Gordon Drummond dissolved the assembly in 1816 after it attempted to reintroduce charges against judges Jonathan Sewell and James Monk who had already been cleared of the same charges by the British Privy Council. All sessions were held at Quebec City.
- was elected in both Montreal County and Buckinghamshire; he chose to sit in the former and Louis Bourdages was elected in the latter in a by-election held in March 1815.
- election was declared invalid; Michel Prévost was elected in a by-election held in June 1815.
- named to the Legislative Council in January 1815; George Vanfelson was elected in a by-election held in February 1815.
- the 1814 election was declared invalid; a by-election was held in March 1815
- died in November 1814; Jean-Baptiste Ferré was elected in a by-election held in March 1815.
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