Louis François Georges Baby
|Louis François Georges Baby|
|Member of the Canadian Parliament
1872 – 1880
|Preceded by||François Benjamin Godin|
|Succeeded by||Lewis Arthur McConville|
August 26, 1834|
Montreal, Lower Canada
|Died||May 13, 1906(aged 71)|
|Political party||Conservative Party|
Born in Montreal, Lower Canada, he first ran for public office in the 1867 federal election in the Quebec riding of Joliette but lost to François Benjamin Godin. A Conservative, he was acclaimed in the 1872 elections. However he was unseated on petition on June 11, 1874. He was re-elected in the resulting 1874 by-election and re-elected in 1878. From 1878 to 1880, he was the Minister of Inland Revenue. From 1881 to 1896, he was the judge of the Quebec Court of Appeal.
- "Louis François Georges Baby". Dictionary of Canadian Biography (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 1979–2005.
- Louis François Georges Baby – Parliament of Canada biography
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