Trois-Rivières (Lower Canada)
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|Lower Canada electoral district|
|Defunct pre-Confederation electoral district|
|Legislature||Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada|
Trois-Rivières was represented simultaneously by two Members at the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada.
Members for Trois-Rivières (1792-1838)
- History of the electoral map of Québec, Chief Electoral Officer of Québec.
- By-elections are indicated with Italic font.
- Lees was Member of the Executive Council from 1794 until his death in 1804.
- Hart was prevented from fulfilling his duties because of his Jewish faith.
- Hart was again prevented from taking his seat because of his Jewish background.
- In 1816, Ogden was convicted of defamation and sent to prison by political opponent and Judge Pierre-Stanislas Bédard.
- Ogden lost the 1824 election.
- Ranvoyzé died in office in 1826.
- Ogden resigned in 1833 to become a Cabinet Member.
- de Bonne was Member of the Executive Council from 1794 until his death in 1816.
- Foucher lost the 1808 election.
- Badeaux lost the 1810 election.
- In 1827, Berthelot was defeated in the district of Uptown Quebec.
- Dumoulin resigned in 1832.
- History of Canada
- History of Quebec
- Politics of Canada
- Politics of Quebec
- Trois-Rivières Electoral District (Province of Canada - 1841-1867)
- Trois-Rivières Federal Electoral District (since 1867)
- Trois-Rivières Provincial Electoral District (since 1867)