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Saint-Maurice (Lower Canada electoral district)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Saint-Maurice
Lower Canada electoral district
Defunct pre-Confederation electoral district
LegislatureLegislative Assembly of Lower Canada
District created1792
District abolished1838
First contested1792
Last contested1836

Under the Constitutional Act of 1791, the district of Saint-Maurice was established. Its boundaries, which roughly covered the current Mauricie area except for the city of Trois-Rivières, were reduced when the district of Champlain was created in 1829.[1]

Saint-Maurice was represented simultaneously by two Members at the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada.

Members for Saint-Maurice (1792-1838)

  Name Party Election [2]
  Thomas CoffinTory Party1792
  Thomas CoffinTory Party1796
  Thomas CoffinTory Party1800
  David MonroTory Party1804
  Thomas Coffin[3]Tory Party1808
  Louis GugyTory Party1809
  François CaronParti Canadien1810
  Joseph-Rémi Vallières de Saint-Réal[4]Parti Canadien1814
  Louis Gugy[5]Tory Party1816
  Pierre BureauParti Canadien1819
  Pierre BureauParti CanadienSpring 1820
  Pierre BureauParti CanadienSummer 1820
  Pierre BureauParti Canadien1824
  Pierre BureauParti Canadien1827
  Pierre BureauParti Canadien1830
  Pierre BureauParti Patriote1834
  Alexis Bareil, dit LajoieParti Patriote1836
  NamePartyElection
  Augustin Rivard-DufresneParti Canadien1792
  Nicholas MontourTory Party1796
  Mathew BellTory Party1800
  Michel CaronParti Canadien1804
  Michel CaronParti Canadien1808
  Michel CaronParti Canadien1809
  Michel CaronParti Canadien1810
  Étienne Le BlancParti Canadien1814
  Étienne MayrandTory Party1816
  Louis PicotteParti CanadienSpring 1820
  Louis PicotteParti CanadienSummer 1820
  Charles CaronParti Canadien1824
  Charles Caron[6]Parti Canadien1827
  Valère GuilletParti Canadien1830
  Valère GuilletParti Patriote1834
  François Lesieur DesaulniersParti Patriote1836

Footnotes

  1. ^ History of the electoral map of Québec, Chief Electoral Officer of Québec[permanent dead link].
  2. ^ By-elections are indicated with Italic font.
  3. ^ Coffin dropped from the 1809 election.
  4. ^ Vallières lost the 1816 election.
  5. ^ Gugy resigned in 1818 to become a Legislative Councillor.
  6. ^ Caron lost the 1830 election.

See also


This page was last edited on 29 June 2021, at 08:20
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