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Second Parliament

Term:  1873-03-05 - 1874-01-02

Duration:  303 days (9 months, 29 days)

Government Type:  Majority Government

Government Party:  

  • Liberal Party of Canada
  • Liberal-Conservative

Number of Sessions:  2

Writs Issued:  1872-07-15

Date of the General Election:  1872-10-12

Date of the Return of the Writs:  1872-09-03

Prime Minister:

  • Mackenzie, Alexander (1873-11-07 - 1878-10-08)
  • Macdonald, John Alexander (1867-07-01 - 1873-11-05)

Leader of the Official Opposition:

  • Macdonald, John Alexander (1873-11-06 - 1878-10-16)
  • Mackenzie, Alexander (1873-03-06 - 1873-11-05)

Sessions

Sessions Term: Duration Senate Sittings House of Commons Sittings
2nd 1873-10-23 - 1873-11-07 15 9 11
1st 1873-03-05 - 1873-08-13 161 49 59

Duration of Sittings and Recess of the House of Commons

2nd Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1873-10-23 - 1873-11-07 11
Prorogation 1873-11-07 - 1873-11-07  
Intersession 1873-11-08 - 1874-01-01 55
Dissolution 1874-01-02 - 1874-01-02  

1st Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Days between Parliaments 1872-07-09 - 1873-03-04 239
Start of Session 1873-03-05 - 1873-05-23 58
HoC Sitting 1873-04-11 - 1873-04-11  
Easter Recess 1873-04-12 - 1873-04-14 3
Summer Recess 1873-05-24 - 1873-08-12 81
HoC Sitting 1873-08-13 - 1873-08-13 1
Prorogation 1873-08-13 - 1873-08-13  
Intersession 1873-08-14 - 1873-10-22 70

Speeches from the Throne

(02) 2nd Session (1873-10-23 - 1873-11-07)

View the Speech

Mover of Address: Witton, Henry Buckingham
Seconder of Address: Baby, Louis François Georges

House of Commons Debates: 1873-10-27, p. -
House of Commons Journals: 1873-10-27, vol. 7, p. 125


(01) 1st Session (1873-03-05 - 1873-08-13)

View the Speech

Mover of Address: Tobin, Stephen
Seconder of Address: Palmer, Acalus Lockwood

House of Commons Debates: 1873-03-11, p. -
House of Commons Journals: 1873-03-11, vol. 6, p. 12


Budgets

Date of First Budget: 1873-04-01

Number of Days Between General Election and First Budget: 171 days

Number of Days Between Opening of Parliament and First Budget: 27 days


Date: 1873-04-01

House of Commons Debates: No hansard for this period

Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tilley, Samuel Leonard

Text of budget speeches for 1873-74 can be found in Budget papers (HJ 2054 Al 1865-79).


Senate Nominations

Senate Appointments
Name Province / Territory Date of Appointment
Brown, George Ontario 1873-12-16
Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe Quebec 1873-10-07
Haythorne, Robert Poore Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Alexander, George Ontario 1873-05-30
Haviland, Thomas Heath Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Montgomery, Donald Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Howlan, George William Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Trudel, François-Xavier-Anselme Quebec 1873-10-31
Chinic, Eugène Quebec 1873-04-10

By-Elections

Date of Election Name Constituency Political Affiliation
1873-10-28 Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1873-12-09 Coffin, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-02-15 Robitaille, Théodore Bonaventure (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1873-12-01 Burpee, Isaac City and County of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-01 De Veber, Jeremiah Smith Boies City of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-07-05 Goudge, Monson Henry Hants (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-09-18 Appleby, Stephen Burpee Carleton (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-11-26 Macdonald, Donald Alexander Glengarry (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-03 Cartwright, Richard John Lennox (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-03 Laird, David Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-03-28 Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1873-07-07 McDonald, Hugh Antigonish (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
1873-07-07 Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson Ontario South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
1873-10-13 Riel, Louis Provencher (Manitoba) Independent
1873-04-10 Wood, Edmund Burke Durham West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-20 McIsaac, Angus Antigonish (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-20 Ross, William Victoria (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-18 Moss, Thomas West Toronto (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1872-11-23 Thomson, William Alexander Welland (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-09-29 Macdonald, Augustine Colin King's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal-Conservative
1873-09-29 Davies, Daniel King's County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
1873-09-29 Sinclair, Peter Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-09-29 Laird, David Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-09-29 Pope, James Colledge Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
1873-09-29 Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-11-27 Dorion, Antoine-Aimé Napierville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-11-27 Fournier, Télesphore Bellechasse (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-11-28 Smith, Albert James Westmorland (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-11-25 Mackenzie, Alexander Lambton (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-04 Blake, Edward Bruce South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada

General Election (1872-10-12)

Name Constituency Political Affiliation
Blanchet, Joseph-Godric Lévis (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Lewis, John Bower Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Currier, Joseph Merrill Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Campbell, Stewart Guysborough (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Ryan, Michael Patrick Montreal Centre (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Hincks, Francis Vancouver (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Young, John Montreal West (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Cutler, Robert Barry Kent (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Savary, Alfred William Digby (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Nathan, Henry Victoria (British Columbia) Liberal Party of Canada
De Cosmos, Amor Victoria (British Columbia) Liberal Party of Canada
Mercier, Honoré Rouville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Brown, James Hastings West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDougall, William Three Rivers (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Casgrain, Philippe Baby L'Islet (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Harwood, Robert William Vaudreuil (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Price, William Evan Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Ross, Lewis Durham East (Ontario) Liberal (Reformer)
Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Connell, Charles Carleton (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Moffat, George Restigouche (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Domville, James King's (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Rochester, John Carleton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tupper, Charles Cumberland (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Baby, Louis François Georges Joliette (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDonald, Hugh Antigonish (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Holton, Luther Hamilton Châteauguay (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Jones, Francis Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Brooks, Edward Towle Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Carter, Edward Brock Brome (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Beaty, James Toronto East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDonald, James Pictou (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Doull, Robert Pictou (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Bergin, Darby Cornwall (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Killam, Frank Yarmouth (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Fortin, Pierre Gaspé (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Street, Thomas Clark Welland (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Richard, Édouard Émery Mégantic (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Taschereau, Henri Thomas Montmagny (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Ross, George William Middlesex West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Gendron, Pierre Samuel Bagot (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Howe, Joseph Hants (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Cunningham, Robert Marquette (Manitoba) Liberal Party of Canada
Dugas, Firmin Montcalm (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Smith, Robert Peel (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Oliver, Thomas Oxford North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Langevin, Hector-Louis Dorchester (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Pâquet, Anselme Homère Berthier (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Higinbotham, Nathaniel Wellington North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Prévost, Wilfrid Two Mountains (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Pelletier, Charles Alphonse Pantaléon Kamouraska (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Snider, George Grey North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Stephenson, Rufus Kent (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Béchard, François Iberville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Lantier, Jacques Philippe Soulanges (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Argenteuil (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Macdonald, Donald Alexander Glengarry (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Schultz, John Christian Lisgar (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cockburn, James Northumberland West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Langlois, Jean Montmorency (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Crawford, John Willoughby West Toronto (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Rymal, Joseph Wentworth South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Cartwright, Richard John Lennox (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McDonnell, Samuel Inverness (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
White, John Hastings East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Baker, George Barnard Missisquoi (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Lacerte, Élie Saint Maurice (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
de Saint-Georges, Joseph Esdras Alfred Portneuf (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McDonald, William Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Mackay, Newton LeGayet Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Charlton, John Norfolk North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Casey, George Elliott Elgin West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson Ontario South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Laflamme, Toussaint Antoine Rodolphe Jacques Cartier (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Pinsonneault, Alfred Laprairie (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Dodge, Anson Greene Phelps York North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Dorion, Antoine-Aimé Napierville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Pearson, Frederick M. Colchester (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Cauchon, Joseph Édouard Quebec-Centre (Quebec) Independent
Robillard, Ulysse Janvier Beauharnois (Quebec) Independent Conservative
Staples, Joseph Victoria North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Landerkin, George Grey South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Smith, Donald Alexander Selkirk (Manitoba) Independent Conservative
Fleming, Gavin Brant North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Anglin, Timothy Warren Gloucester (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Galbraith, Daniel Lanark North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Ross, Walter Prince Edward (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Le Vesconte, Isaac Richmond (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wilkes, Robert Toronto Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Richards, Albert Norton Leeds South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Forbes, James Fraser Queens (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Thompson, David Haldimand (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Chipman, Leverett de Veber Kings (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Thompson, Joshua Spencer Cariboo (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Morrison, Angus Niagara (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Mathieu, Michel Richelieu (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wallace, John Albert (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Blake, Edward Durham West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Benoit, Pierre Basile Chambly (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bowman, Isaac Erb Waterloo North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Robitaille, Théodore Bonaventure (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
O'Reilly, James Renfrew South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Wright, William McKay Pontiac (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Ray, William Hallett Annapolis (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Burpee, Charles Sunbury (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Boyer, Louis Alphonse Maskinongé (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Hagar, Albert Peter Prescott (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Delorme, Louis St. Hyacinthe (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Smith, Albert James Westmorland (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
McAdam, John Charlotte (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Dormer, George Victoria South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Church, Charles Edward Lunenburg (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Jetté, Louis-Amable Montreal East (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Scatcherd, Thomas Middlesex North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Coffin, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Trow, James Perth South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Blain, David York West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Dorion, Pierre Nérée Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Tobin, Stephen Halifax (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Almon, William Johnston Halifax (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Mackenzie, Alexander Lambton (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Carling, John London (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Bourassa, François St. John's (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Burpee, Isaac City and County of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Palmer, Acalus Lockwood City and County of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Gibbs, William Henry Ontario North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Keeler, Joseph Northumberland East (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Ross, James Wellington Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Metcalfe, James York East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Young, James Waterloo South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Shibley, Schuyler Addington (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Blake, Edward Bruce South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Fournier, Télesphore Bellechasse (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Nelson, Hugh New Westminster (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Archibald, Cyril Stormont (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Edgar, James David Monck (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Buell, Jacob Dockstader Brockville (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Pozer, Christian Henry Beauce (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Grover, Peregrine Maitland Peterborough East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Findlay, James Renfrew North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Huntington, Lucius Seth Shefford (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Cockburn, Alexander Peter Muskoka (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Merritt, Thomas Rodman Lincoln (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Grant, James Alexander Russell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ross, John Jones Champlain (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Pickard, John York (New Brunswick) Independent Liberal
Stirton, David Wellington South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe Laval (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bertram, John Peterborough West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Cluxton, William Peterborough West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cook, Herman Henry Simcoe North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Chauveau, Pierre-Joseph-Olivier Quebec County (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Farrow, Thomas Huron North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ross, William Victoria (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Brouse, William Henry Grenville South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Robinson, John Beverley Algoma (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Duguay, Joseph Yamaska (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Webb, William Hoste Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tremblay, Pierre Alexis Charlevoix (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Gillies, John Bruce North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Glass, David Middlesex East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Beaubien, Louis Hochelaga (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Macdonald, John Alexander Kingston (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Mailloux, Élie Témiscouata (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ferris, John Queen's (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Harvey, William Elgin East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
White, John Halton (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Tilley, Samuel Leonard City of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
O'Connor, John Essex (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Little, William Carruthers Simcoe South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Cartier, George-Étienne Provencher (Manitoba) Liberal-Conservative
Gibson, William Dundas (Ontario) Independent Liberal
Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Daly, Thomas Mayne Perth North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Wallace, William Norfolk South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Horton, Horace Huron Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bodwell, Ebenezer Vining Oxford South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Cameron, Malcolm Colin Huron South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Mitchell, Peter Northumberland (New Brunswick) Independent
Dewdney, Edgar Yale (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gaudet, Joseph Nicolet (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Terrebonne (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Archambault, Louis L'Assomption (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Joly de Lotbinière, Henri Gustave Lotbinière (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Cameron, John Hillyard Cardwell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Flesher, William Kingston Grey East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Witton, Henry Buckingham Hamilton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Chisholm, Daniel Black Hamilton (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Tourangeau, Adolphe Guillet dit Quebec East (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)

Party Standings in the Senate

Date Ind. Cons. Lib.-Cons. Lib. Nat. Lib. Cons. Vacant Total
1874-01-02
(Dissolution)
1 8 20 2 46 0 77
1872-10-12
(Election)
1 8 21 2 42 3 77

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1873-12-16 Senator:  Brown, George
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Appointed
1873-10-07 Senator:  Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-12-12 Senator:  Locke, John
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1873-05-10 Senator:  Burnham, Asa Allworth
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1873-12-10 Senator:  Blake, Oliver
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1873-10-30 Senator:  Renaud, Louis
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1873-10-18 Senator:  Haythorne, Robert Poore
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Appointed
1873-05-30 Senator:  Alexander, George
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-10-18 Senator:  Haviland, Thomas Heath
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-10-18 Senator:  Montgomery, Donald
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-12-09 Senator:  Steeves, William Henry
Province / Territory:  New Brunswick
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1874-01-08 Senator:  Chauveau, Pierre-Joseph-Olivier
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1873-10-18 Senator:  Howlan, George William
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Appointed
1873-12-06 Senator:  Leslie, James
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1873-10-31 Senator:  Trudel, François-Xavier-Anselme
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-04-10 Senator:  Chinic, Eugène
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-09-08 Senator:  Olivier, Louis Auguste
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Resignation

Party Standings in the House of Commons

Date Lib. Cons. Vacant Total
1872-10-12
(Election)
97 103 0 200

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1873-12-03 M.P.:  Hooper, Edmund John Glyn
Constituency:  Lennox (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Davies, Daniel
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-09-18 M.P.:  Appleby, Stephen Burpee
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-07-05 M.P.:  Goudge, Monson Henry
Constituency:  Hants (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Cluxton, William
Constituency:  Peterborough West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Not elected candidate but was designated by return, March 5, 1873.
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Pope, James Colledge
Constituency:  Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Pope, James Colledge
Constituency:  Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Witton, Henry Buckingham
Constituency:  Hamilton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Tourangeau, Adolphe Guillet dit
Constituency:  Quebec East (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Mercier, Honoré
Constituency:  Rouville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-02 M.P.:  Young, John
Constituency:  Montreal West (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Pearson, Frederick M.
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Nathan, Henry
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Gendron, Pierre Samuel
Constituency:  Bagot (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  McDonald, James
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  O'Reilly, James
Constituency:  Renfrew South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Dormer, George
Constituency:  Victoria South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Grant, James Alexander
Constituency:  Russell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Beaty, James
Constituency:  Toronto East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Blanchet, Joseph-Godric
Constituency:  Lévis (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resigned at the dissolution of the 2nd parliament to remain in provincial politics.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Webb, William Hoste
Constituency:  Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-12-01 M.P.:  De Veber, Jeremiah Smith Boies
Constituency:  City of St. John (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Chisholm, Daniel Black
Constituency:  Hamilton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Benoit, Pierre Basile
Constituency:  Chambly (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Morrison, Angus
Constituency:  Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  McAdam, John
Constituency:  Charlotte (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1873-11-28 M.P.:  Smith, Albert James
Constituency:  Westmorland
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Political Affiliation Change
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Ross, John Jones
Constituency:  Champlain (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Cockburn, James
Constituency:  Northumberland West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Carter, Edward Brock
Constituency:  Brome (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-10-28 M.P.:  Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric
Constituency:  Laval (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Dorion, Pierre Nérée
Constituency:  Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Duguay, Joseph
Constituency:  Yamaska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Le Vesconte, Isaac
Constituency:  Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Baker, George Barnard
Constituency:  Missisquoi (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Keeler, Joseph
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Mailloux, Élie
Constituency:  Témiscouata (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Price, William Evan
Constituency:  Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Almon, William Johnston
Constituency:  Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Fortin, Pierre
Constituency:  Gaspé (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Mathieu, Michel
Constituency:  Richelieu (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Bergin, Darby
Constituency:  Cornwall (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Lacerte, Élie
Constituency:  Saint Maurice (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Grover, Peregrine Maitland
Constituency:  Peterborough East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Campbell, Stewart
Constituency:  Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Anti-Confederate

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Savary, Alfred William
Constituency:  Digby (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Anti-Confederate

 
1873-06-28 M.P.:  Connell, Charles
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Died in office.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Staples, Joseph
Constituency:  Victoria North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-11-04 M.P.:  McDonald, Hugh
Constituency:  Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Anti-Confederate

Resignation. Appointed President of the Privy Council, June 14, 1873.
1873-07-07 M.P.:  McDonald, Hugh
Constituency:  Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Political Affiliation Change
1873-07-07 M.P.:  Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson
Constituency:  Ontario South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson
Constituency:  Ontario South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation. Appointed Secretary of State for the Provinces.
1873-06-13 M.P.:  Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson
Constituency:  Ontario South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation. Appointed Secretary of State for the Provinces.
1873-04-30 M.P.:  Howe, Joseph
Constituency:  Hants (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Anti-Confederate

Resignation. Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia, May 7, 1873.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Tobin, Stephen
Constituency:  Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1873-11-04 M.P.:  Tilley, Samuel Leonard
Constituency:  City of St. John (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation. Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick, November 15, 1873.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Cutler, Robert Barry
Constituency:  Kent (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Chipman, Leverett de Veber
Constituency:  Kings (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Findlay, James
Constituency:  Renfrew North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Jones, Francis
Constituency:  Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Doull, Robert
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Richards, Albert Norton
Constituency:  Leeds South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Yeo, James
Constituency:  Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Joly de Lotbinière, Henri Gustave
Constituency:  Lotbinière (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1873-11-04 M.P.:  Crawford, John Willoughby
Constituency:  West Toronto (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario.
1873-12-18 M.P.:  Moss, Thomas
Constituency:  West Toronto (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Dodge, Anson Greene Phelps
Constituency:  York North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  O'Connor, John
Constituency:  Essex (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Nelson, Hugh
Constituency:  New Westminster (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1873-03-28 M.P.:  Caron, Adolphe-Philippe
Constituency:  Quebec County (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-12-20 M.P.:  McIsaac, Angus
Constituency:  Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Hincks, Francis
Constituency:  Vancouver (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Macdonald, Augustine Colin
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Macdonald, Augustine Colin
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-12-04 M.P.:  Blake, Edward
Constituency:  Durham West
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Political Affiliation Change
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Beaubien, Louis
Constituency:  Hochelaga (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Ross, James
Constituency:  Wellington Centre (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Langevin, Hector-Louis
Constituency:  Dorchester (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-12-09 M.P.:  Coffin, Thomas
Constituency:  Shelburne
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Political Affiliation Change
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Daly, Thomas Mayne
Constituency:  Perth North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1873-05-20 M.P.:  Cartier, George-Étienne
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Died in office.
1873-04-10 M.P.:  Wood, Edmund Burke
Constituency:  Durham West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Merritt, Thomas Rodman
Constituency:  Lincoln (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Glass, David
Constituency:  Middlesex East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Laird, David
Constituency:  Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  White, John
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1873-10-06 M.P.:  Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe
Constituency:  Laval (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Called to the Senate.
1873-10-13 M.P.:  Riel, Louis
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Sinclair, Peter
Constituency:  Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Robinson, John Beverley
Constituency:  Algoma (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Archambault, Louis
Constituency:  L'Assomption (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Edgar, James David
Constituency:  Monck (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Gibbs, William Henry
Constituency:  Ontario North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  McGregor, William
Constituency:  Essex (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-11-25 M.P.:  Mackenzie, Alexander
Constituency:  York East
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Political Affiliation Change
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Carling, John
Constituency:  London (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 

Senators at Time of Dissolution

Senators
Political Affiliation Name Province / Territory Date of Appointment
Liberal-Conservative Aikins, James Cox Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Alexander, George Ontario 1873-05-30
Conservative (1867-1942) Allan, George William Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Archibald, Thomas Dickson Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Armand, Joseph François Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe Quebec 1873-10-07
Liberal-Conservative Benson, James Rea Ontario 1868-03-14
Conservative (1867-1942) Botsford, Amos Edwin New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Bourinot, John Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Brown, George Ontario 1873-12-16
Liberal Party of Canada Bureau, Jacques-Olivier Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Campbell, Alexander Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Carrall, Robert William Weir British Columbia 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Chaffers, William Henry Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Chapais, Jean-Charles Quebec 1868-01-30
Conservative (1867-1942) Chauveau, Pierre-Joseph-Olivier Quebec 1873-02-20
Conservative (1867-1942) Chinic, Eugène Quebec 1873-04-10
Liberal Party of Canada Christie, David Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Churchill, Ezra Nova Scotia 1871-02-03
Conservative (1867-1942) Cochrane, Matthew Henry Quebec 1872-10-17
Nationalist Liberal Cormier, Charles Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Cornwall, Clement Francis British Columbia 1871-12-13
Conservative (1867-1942) De Léry, Alexandre-René Chaussegros Quebec 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Dever, James New Brunswick 1868-03-14
Conservative (1867-1942) Dickey, Robert Barry Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Dickson, Walter Hamilton Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Dumouchel, Léandre Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Ferguson, Lieut. Col. John New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Ferrier, James Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Flint, Billa Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Foster, Asa Belknap Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Girard, Marc-Amable Manitoba 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Glasier, John New Brunswick 1868-03-14
Conservative (1867-1942) Guévremont, Jean-Baptiste Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Hamilton, John (1802-1882) Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Hamilton, John (1827-1888) Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Haviland, Thomas Heath Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Liberal Party of Canada Haythorne, Robert Poore Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Conservative (1867-1942) Hazen, Robert Leonard New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Holmes, John Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Howlan, George William Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Conservative (1867-1942) Kaulback, Henry Adolphus Newman Nova Scotia 1872-03-27
Conservative (1867-1942) Kenny, Edward Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Lacoste, Louis Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Leonard, Elijah Ontario 1867-10-23
Nationalist Liberal Letellier de Saint-Just, Luc Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Macdonald, William John British Columbia 1871-12-13
Conservative (1867-1942) Macfarlane, Alexander Nova Scotia 1870-10-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Macpherson, David Lewis Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Malhiot, Charles-Christophe Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada McClelan, Abner Reid New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada McDonald, Donald Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative McLelan, Archibald Woodbury Nova Scotia 1869-06-21
Liberal Party of Canada McMaster, William Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Miller, William Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Mills, Samuel Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Montgomery, Donald Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Liberal Party of Canada Muirhead, William New Brunswick 1873-01-04
Liberal Party of Canada Northup, Jeremiah Nova Scotia 1870-10-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Odell, William Hunter New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Panet, Louis Quebec 1871-02-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Perry, Ebenezer Ontario 1871-02-02
Conservative (1867-1942) Price, David Edward Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Read, Robert Ontario 1871-02-24
Liberal Party of Canada Reesor, David Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Robertson, John New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Ryan, Thomas Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Seymour, Benjamin Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Shaw, James Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Simpson, John Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Skead, James Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Smith, Frank Ontario 1871-02-02
Independent Conservative Sutherland, John Manitoba 1871-12-13
Conservative (1867-1942) Trudel, François-Xavier-Anselme Quebec 1873-10-31
Conservative (1867-1942) Vidal, Alexander Ontario 1873-01-15
Liberal Party of Canada Wark, David New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Wilmot, Robert Duncan New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Wilson, Charles Quebec 1867-10-23

Members of the House of Commons at Time of Dissolution

Members of Parliament
Political Affiliation Name Constituency
Liberal-Conservative Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Argenteuil (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Almon, William Johnston Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Anglin, Timothy Warren Gloucester (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Appleby, Stephen Burpee Carleton (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Archambault, Louis L'Assomption (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Archibald, Cyril Stormont (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Baby, Louis François Georges Joliette (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Baker, George Barnard Missisquoi (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Beaty, James Toronto East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Beaubien, Louis Hochelaga (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Béchard, François Iberville (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Benoit, Pierre Basile Chambly (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Bergin, Darby Cornwall (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Blain, David York West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Blake, Edward Bruce South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Blanchet, Joseph-Godric Lévis (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Bodwell, Ebenezer Vining Oxford South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bourassa, François St. John's (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bowman, Isaac Erb Waterloo North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Boyer, Louis Alphonse Maskinongé (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brooks, Edward Towle Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Brouse, William Henry Grenville South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brown, James Hastings West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Buell, Jacob Dockstader Brockville (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Burpee, Charles Sunbury (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Burpee, Isaac City and County of St. John (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cameron, John Hillyard Cardwell (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Cameron, Malcolm Colin Huron South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Campbell, Stewart Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Carling, John London (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Carter, Edward Brock Brome (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Cartwright, Richard John Lennox (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casey, George Elliott Elgin West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casgrain, Philippe Baby L'Islet (Quebec)
Independent Cauchon, Joseph Édouard Quebec-Centre (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Charlton, John Norfolk North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Chipman, Leverett de Veber Kings (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Chisholm, Daniel Black Hamilton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Church, Charles Edward Lunenburg (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cluxton, William Peterborough West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Cockburn, Alexander Peter Muskoka (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cockburn, James Northumberland West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Coffin, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Cook, Herman Henry Simcoe North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Cunningham, Robert Marquette (Manitoba)
Liberal-Conservative Currier, Joseph Merrill Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Cutler, Robert Barry Kent (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Daly, Thomas Mayne Perth North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Davies, Daniel King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada De Cosmos, Amor Victoria (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada de Saint-Georges, Joseph Esdras Alfred Portneuf (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada De Veber, Jeremiah Smith Boies City of St. John (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Delorme, Louis St. Hyacinthe (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dewdney, Edgar Yale (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dodge, Anson Greene Phelps York North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Domville, James King's (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Dorion, Antoine-Aimé Napierville (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Dorion, Pierre Nérée Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dormer, George Victoria South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Doull, Robert Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dugas, Firmin Montcalm (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Duguay, Joseph Yamaska (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Edgar, James David Monck (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Farrow, Thomas Huron North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Ferris, John Queen's (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Findlay, James Renfrew North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Fleming, Gavin Brant North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Flesher, William Kingston Grey East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Forbes, James Fraser Queens (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Fortin, Pierre Gaspé (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Fournier, Télesphore Bellechasse (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Galbraith, Daniel Lanark North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gaudet, Joseph Nicolet (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gendron, Pierre Samuel Bagot (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson Ontario South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gibbs, William Henry Ontario North (Ontario)
Independent Liberal Gibson, William Dundas (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Gillies, John Bruce North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Glass, David Middlesex East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Goudge, Monson Henry Hants (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Grant, James Alexander Russell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Grover, Peregrine Maitland Peterborough East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Hagar, Albert Peter Prescott (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Harvey, William Elgin East (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Harwood, Robert William Vaudreuil (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Higinbotham, Nathaniel Wellington North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Hincks, Francis Vancouver (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Holton, Luther Hamilton Châteauguay (Quebec)
Hooper, Edmund John Glyn Lennox (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Horton, Horace Huron Centre (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Huntington, Lucius Seth Shefford (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Jetté, Louis-Amable Montreal East (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Joly de Lotbinière, Henri Gustave Lotbinière (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Jones, Francis Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Keeler, Joseph Northumberland East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Killam, Frank Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Lacerte, Élie Saint Maurice (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Laflamme, Toussaint Antoine Rodolphe Jacques Cartier (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Laird, David Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada Landerkin, George Grey South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Langevin, Hector-Louis Dorchester (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Langlois, Jean Montmorency (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Lantier, Jacques Philippe Soulanges (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Le Vesconte, Isaac Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Lewis, John Bower Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Little, William Carruthers Simcoe South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Macdonald, Augustine Colin King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada Macdonald, Donald Alexander Glengarry (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Macdonald, John Alexander Kingston (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Mackay, Newton LeGayet Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Mackenzie, Alexander Lambton (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mailloux, Élie Témiscouata (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Terrebonne (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mathieu, Michel Richelieu (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative McAdam, John Charlotte (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) McDonald, James Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McDonald, William Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McDonnell, Samuel Inverness (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McDougall, William Three Rivers (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada McIsaac, Angus Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Mercier, Honoré Rouville (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Merritt, Thomas Rodman Lincoln (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Metcalfe, James York East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario)
Independent Mitchell, Peter Northumberland (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Moffat, George Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Morrison, Angus Niagara (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Moss, Thomas West Toronto (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Nathan, Henry Victoria (British Columbia)
Liberal-Conservative Nelson, Hugh New Westminster (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) O'Connor, John Essex (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative O'Reilly, James Renfrew South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Oliver, Thomas Oxford North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Palmer, Acalus Lockwood City and County of St. John (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Pâquet, Anselme Homère Berthier (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Pearson, Frederick M. Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Pelletier, Charles Alphonse Pantaléon Kamouraska (Quebec)
Independent Liberal Pickard, John York (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Pinsonneault, Alfred Laprairie (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Pope, James Colledge Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal-Conservative Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Pozer, Christian Henry Beauce (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Prévost, Wilfrid Two Mountains (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Price, William Evan Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Ray, William Hallett Annapolis (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Richard, Édouard Émery Mégantic (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Richards, Albert Norton Leeds South (Ontario)
Independent Riel, Louis Provencher (Manitoba)
Independent Conservative Robillard, Ulysse Janvier Beauharnois (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Robinson, John Beverley Algoma (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Robitaille, Théodore Bonaventure (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Rochester, John Carleton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Ross, George William Middlesex West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Ross, James Wellington Centre (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ross, John Jones Champlain (Quebec)
Liberal (Reformer) Ross, Lewis Durham East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Ross, Walter Prince Edward (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Ross, William Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Ryan, Michael Patrick Montreal Centre (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Rymal, Joseph Wentworth South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Savary, Alfred William Digby (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Scatcherd, Thomas Middlesex North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Schultz, John Christian Lisgar (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Shibley, Schuyler Addington (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Sinclair, Peter Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada Smith, Albert James Westmorland (New Brunswick)
Independent Conservative Smith, Donald Alexander Selkirk (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Smith, Robert Peel (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Snider, George Grey North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Staples, Joseph Victoria North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Stephenson, Rufus Kent (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Stirton, David Wellington South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Taschereau, Henri Thomas Montmagny (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Thompson, David Haldimand (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Thompson, Joshua Spencer Cariboo (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Thomson, William Alexander Welland (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Tobin, Stephen Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tourangeau, Adolphe Guillet dit Quebec East (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Tremblay, Pierre Alexis Charlevoix (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Trow, James Perth South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tupper, Charles Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Wallace, John Albert (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wallace, William Norfolk South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Webb, William Hoste Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, John Hastings East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada White, John Halton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Wilkes, Robert Toronto Centre (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Witton, Henry Buckingham Hamilton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Wood, Edmund Burke Durham West (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Wright, William McKay Pontiac (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada Young, James Waterloo South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Young, John Montreal West (Quebec)

Sessions

Sessions Term: Duration Senate Sittings House of Commons Sittings
2nd 1873-10-23 - 1873-11-07 15 9 11
1st 1873-03-05 - 1873-08-13 161 49 59

Duration of Sittings and Recess of the House of Commons

2nd Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1873-10-23 - 1873-11-07 11
Prorogation 1873-11-07 - 1873-11-07  
Intersession 1873-11-08 - 1874-01-01 55
Dissolution 1874-01-02 - 1874-01-02  

1st Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Days between Parliaments 1872-07-09 - 1873-03-04 239
Start of Session 1873-03-05 - 1873-05-23 58
HoC Sitting 1873-04-11 - 1873-04-11  
Easter Recess 1873-04-12 - 1873-04-14 3
Summer Recess 1873-05-24 - 1873-08-12 81
HoC Sitting 1873-08-13 - 1873-08-13 1
Prorogation 1873-08-13 - 1873-08-13  
Intersession 1873-08-14 - 1873-10-22 70

Speeches from the Throne

(02) 2nd Session (1873-10-23 - 1873-11-07)

View the Speech

Mover of Address: Witton, Henry Buckingham
Seconder of Address: Baby, Louis François Georges

House of Commons Debates: 1873-10-27, p. -
House of Commons Journals: 1873-10-27, vol. 7, p. 125


(01) 1st Session (1873-03-05 - 1873-08-13)

View the Speech

Mover of Address: Tobin, Stephen
Seconder of Address: Palmer, Acalus Lockwood

House of Commons Debates: 1873-03-11, p. -
House of Commons Journals: 1873-03-11, vol. 6, p. 12


Budgets

Date of First Budget: 1873-04-01

Number of Days Between General Election and First Budget: 171 days

Number of Days Between Opening of Parliament and First Budget: 27 days


Date: 1873-04-01

House of Commons Debates: No hansard for this period

Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tilley, Samuel Leonard

Text of budget speeches for 1873-74 can be found in Budget papers (HJ 2054 Al 1865-79).


Senate Nominations

Senate Appointments
Name Province / Territory Date of Appointment
Brown, George Ontario 1873-12-16
Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe Quebec 1873-10-07
Haythorne, Robert Poore Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Alexander, George Ontario 1873-05-30
Haviland, Thomas Heath Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Montgomery, Donald Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Howlan, George William Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Trudel, François-Xavier-Anselme Quebec 1873-10-31
Chinic, Eugène Quebec 1873-04-10

By-Elections

Date of Election Name Constituency Political Affiliation
1873-10-28 Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1873-12-09 Coffin, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-02-15 Robitaille, Théodore Bonaventure (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1873-12-01 Burpee, Isaac City and County of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-01 De Veber, Jeremiah Smith Boies City of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-07-05 Goudge, Monson Henry Hants (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-09-18 Appleby, Stephen Burpee Carleton (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-11-26 Macdonald, Donald Alexander Glengarry (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-03 Cartwright, Richard John Lennox (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-03 Laird, David Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-03-28 Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1873-07-07 McDonald, Hugh Antigonish (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
1873-07-07 Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson Ontario South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
1873-10-13 Riel, Louis Provencher (Manitoba) Independent
1873-04-10 Wood, Edmund Burke Durham West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-20 McIsaac, Angus Antigonish (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-20 Ross, William Victoria (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-18 Moss, Thomas West Toronto (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1872-11-23 Thomson, William Alexander Welland (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-09-29 Macdonald, Augustine Colin King's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal-Conservative
1873-09-29 Davies, Daniel King's County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
1873-09-29 Sinclair, Peter Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-09-29 Laird, David Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-09-29 Pope, James Colledge Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
1873-09-29 Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-11-27 Dorion, Antoine-Aimé Napierville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-11-27 Fournier, Télesphore Bellechasse (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-11-28 Smith, Albert James Westmorland (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-11-25 Mackenzie, Alexander Lambton (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1873-12-04 Blake, Edward Bruce South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada

General Election (1872-10-12)

Name Constituency Political Affiliation
Blanchet, Joseph-Godric Lévis (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Lewis, John Bower Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Currier, Joseph Merrill Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Campbell, Stewart Guysborough (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Ryan, Michael Patrick Montreal Centre (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Hincks, Francis Vancouver (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Young, John Montreal West (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Cutler, Robert Barry Kent (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Savary, Alfred William Digby (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Nathan, Henry Victoria (British Columbia) Liberal Party of Canada
De Cosmos, Amor Victoria (British Columbia) Liberal Party of Canada
Mercier, Honoré Rouville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Brown, James Hastings West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDougall, William Three Rivers (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Casgrain, Philippe Baby L'Islet (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Harwood, Robert William Vaudreuil (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Price, William Evan Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Ross, Lewis Durham East (Ontario) Liberal (Reformer)
Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Connell, Charles Carleton (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Moffat, George Restigouche (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Domville, James King's (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Rochester, John Carleton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tupper, Charles Cumberland (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Baby, Louis François Georges Joliette (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDonald, Hugh Antigonish (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Holton, Luther Hamilton Châteauguay (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Jones, Francis Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Brooks, Edward Towle Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Carter, Edward Brock Brome (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Beaty, James Toronto East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDonald, James Pictou (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Doull, Robert Pictou (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Bergin, Darby Cornwall (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Killam, Frank Yarmouth (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Fortin, Pierre Gaspé (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Street, Thomas Clark Welland (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Richard, Édouard Émery Mégantic (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Taschereau, Henri Thomas Montmagny (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Ross, George William Middlesex West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Gendron, Pierre Samuel Bagot (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Howe, Joseph Hants (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Cunningham, Robert Marquette (Manitoba) Liberal Party of Canada
Dugas, Firmin Montcalm (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Smith, Robert Peel (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Oliver, Thomas Oxford North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Langevin, Hector-Louis Dorchester (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Pâquet, Anselme Homère Berthier (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Higinbotham, Nathaniel Wellington North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Prévost, Wilfrid Two Mountains (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Pelletier, Charles Alphonse Pantaléon Kamouraska (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Snider, George Grey North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Stephenson, Rufus Kent (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Béchard, François Iberville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Lantier, Jacques Philippe Soulanges (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Argenteuil (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Macdonald, Donald Alexander Glengarry (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Schultz, John Christian Lisgar (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cockburn, James Northumberland West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Langlois, Jean Montmorency (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Crawford, John Willoughby West Toronto (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Rymal, Joseph Wentworth South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Cartwright, Richard John Lennox (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McDonnell, Samuel Inverness (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
White, John Hastings East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Baker, George Barnard Missisquoi (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Lacerte, Élie Saint Maurice (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
de Saint-Georges, Joseph Esdras Alfred Portneuf (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McDonald, William Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Mackay, Newton LeGayet Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Charlton, John Norfolk North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Casey, George Elliott Elgin West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson Ontario South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Laflamme, Toussaint Antoine Rodolphe Jacques Cartier (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Pinsonneault, Alfred Laprairie (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Dodge, Anson Greene Phelps York North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Dorion, Antoine-Aimé Napierville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Pearson, Frederick M. Colchester (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Cauchon, Joseph Édouard Quebec-Centre (Quebec) Independent
Robillard, Ulysse Janvier Beauharnois (Quebec) Independent Conservative
Staples, Joseph Victoria North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Landerkin, George Grey South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Smith, Donald Alexander Selkirk (Manitoba) Independent Conservative
Fleming, Gavin Brant North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Anglin, Timothy Warren Gloucester (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Galbraith, Daniel Lanark North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Ross, Walter Prince Edward (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Le Vesconte, Isaac Richmond (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wilkes, Robert Toronto Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Richards, Albert Norton Leeds South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Forbes, James Fraser Queens (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Thompson, David Haldimand (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Chipman, Leverett de Veber Kings (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Thompson, Joshua Spencer Cariboo (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Morrison, Angus Niagara (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Mathieu, Michel Richelieu (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wallace, John Albert (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Blake, Edward Durham West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Benoit, Pierre Basile Chambly (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bowman, Isaac Erb Waterloo North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Robitaille, Théodore Bonaventure (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
O'Reilly, James Renfrew South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Wright, William McKay Pontiac (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Ray, William Hallett Annapolis (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Burpee, Charles Sunbury (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Boyer, Louis Alphonse Maskinongé (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Hagar, Albert Peter Prescott (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Delorme, Louis St. Hyacinthe (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Smith, Albert James Westmorland (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
McAdam, John Charlotte (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Dormer, George Victoria South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Church, Charles Edward Lunenburg (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Jetté, Louis-Amable Montreal East (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Scatcherd, Thomas Middlesex North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Coffin, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Trow, James Perth South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Blain, David York West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Dorion, Pierre Nérée Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Tobin, Stephen Halifax (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Almon, William Johnston Halifax (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Mackenzie, Alexander Lambton (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Carling, John London (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Bourassa, François St. John's (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Burpee, Isaac City and County of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Palmer, Acalus Lockwood City and County of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Gibbs, William Henry Ontario North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Keeler, Joseph Northumberland East (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Ross, James Wellington Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Metcalfe, James York East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Young, James Waterloo South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Shibley, Schuyler Addington (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Blake, Edward Bruce South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Fournier, Télesphore Bellechasse (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Nelson, Hugh New Westminster (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Archibald, Cyril Stormont (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Edgar, James David Monck (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Buell, Jacob Dockstader Brockville (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Pozer, Christian Henry Beauce (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Grover, Peregrine Maitland Peterborough East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Findlay, James Renfrew North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Huntington, Lucius Seth Shefford (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Cockburn, Alexander Peter Muskoka (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Merritt, Thomas Rodman Lincoln (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Grant, James Alexander Russell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ross, John Jones Champlain (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Pickard, John York (New Brunswick) Independent Liberal
Stirton, David Wellington South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe Laval (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bertram, John Peterborough West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Cluxton, William Peterborough West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cook, Herman Henry Simcoe North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Chauveau, Pierre-Joseph-Olivier Quebec County (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Farrow, Thomas Huron North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ross, William Victoria (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Brouse, William Henry Grenville South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Robinson, John Beverley Algoma (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Duguay, Joseph Yamaska (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Webb, William Hoste Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tremblay, Pierre Alexis Charlevoix (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Gillies, John Bruce North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Glass, David Middlesex East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Beaubien, Louis Hochelaga (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Macdonald, John Alexander Kingston (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Mailloux, Élie Témiscouata (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ferris, John Queen's (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Harvey, William Elgin East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
White, John Halton (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Tilley, Samuel Leonard City of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
O'Connor, John Essex (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Little, William Carruthers Simcoe South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Cartier, George-Étienne Provencher (Manitoba) Liberal-Conservative
Gibson, William Dundas (Ontario) Independent Liberal
Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Daly, Thomas Mayne Perth North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Wallace, William Norfolk South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Horton, Horace Huron Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bodwell, Ebenezer Vining Oxford South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Cameron, Malcolm Colin Huron South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Mitchell, Peter Northumberland (New Brunswick) Independent
Dewdney, Edgar Yale (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gaudet, Joseph Nicolet (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Terrebonne (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Archambault, Louis L'Assomption (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Joly de Lotbinière, Henri Gustave Lotbinière (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Cameron, John Hillyard Cardwell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Flesher, William Kingston Grey East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Witton, Henry Buckingham Hamilton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Chisholm, Daniel Black Hamilton (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Tourangeau, Adolphe Guillet dit Quebec East (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)

Party Standings in the Senate

Date Ind. Cons. Lib.-Cons. Lib. Nat. Lib. Cons. Vacant Total
1874-01-02
(Dissolution)
1 8 20 2 46 0 77
1872-10-12
(Election)
1 8 21 2 42 3 77

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1873-12-16 Senator:  Brown, George
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Appointed
1873-10-07 Senator:  Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-12-12 Senator:  Locke, John
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1873-05-10 Senator:  Burnham, Asa Allworth
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1873-12-10 Senator:  Blake, Oliver
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1873-10-30 Senator:  Renaud, Louis
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1873-10-18 Senator:  Haythorne, Robert Poore
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Appointed
1873-05-30 Senator:  Alexander, George
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-10-18 Senator:  Haviland, Thomas Heath
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-10-18 Senator:  Montgomery, Donald
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-12-09 Senator:  Steeves, William Henry
Province / Territory:  New Brunswick
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1874-01-08 Senator:  Chauveau, Pierre-Joseph-Olivier
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1873-10-18 Senator:  Howlan, George William
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Appointed
1873-12-06 Senator:  Leslie, James
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1873-10-31 Senator:  Trudel, François-Xavier-Anselme
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-04-10 Senator:  Chinic, Eugène
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1873-09-08 Senator:  Olivier, Louis Auguste
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Resignation

Party Standings in the House of Commons

Date Lib. Cons. Vacant Total
1872-10-12
(Election)
97 103 0 200

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1873-12-03 M.P.:  Hooper, Edmund John Glyn
Constituency:  Lennox (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Davies, Daniel
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-09-18 M.P.:  Appleby, Stephen Burpee
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-07-05 M.P.:  Goudge, Monson Henry
Constituency:  Hants (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Cluxton, William
Constituency:  Peterborough West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Not elected candidate but was designated by return, March 5, 1873.
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Pope, James Colledge
Constituency:  Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Pope, James Colledge
Constituency:  Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Witton, Henry Buckingham
Constituency:  Hamilton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Tourangeau, Adolphe Guillet dit
Constituency:  Quebec East (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Mercier, Honoré
Constituency:  Rouville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-02 M.P.:  Young, John
Constituency:  Montreal West (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Pearson, Frederick M.
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Nathan, Henry
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Gendron, Pierre Samuel
Constituency:  Bagot (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  McDonald, James
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  O'Reilly, James
Constituency:  Renfrew South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Dormer, George
Constituency:  Victoria South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Grant, James Alexander
Constituency:  Russell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Beaty, James
Constituency:  Toronto East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Blanchet, Joseph-Godric
Constituency:  Lévis (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resigned at the dissolution of the 2nd parliament to remain in provincial politics.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Webb, William Hoste
Constituency:  Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-12-01 M.P.:  De Veber, Jeremiah Smith Boies
Constituency:  City of St. John (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Chisholm, Daniel Black
Constituency:  Hamilton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Benoit, Pierre Basile
Constituency:  Chambly (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Morrison, Angus
Constituency:  Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  McAdam, John
Constituency:  Charlotte (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1873-11-28 M.P.:  Smith, Albert James
Constituency:  Westmorland
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Political Affiliation Change
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Ross, John Jones
Constituency:  Champlain (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Cockburn, James
Constituency:  Northumberland West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Carter, Edward Brock
Constituency:  Brome (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-10-28 M.P.:  Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric
Constituency:  Laval (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Dorion, Pierre Nérée
Constituency:  Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Duguay, Joseph
Constituency:  Yamaska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Le Vesconte, Isaac
Constituency:  Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Baker, George Barnard
Constituency:  Missisquoi (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Keeler, Joseph
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Mailloux, Élie
Constituency:  Témiscouata (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Price, William Evan
Constituency:  Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Almon, William Johnston
Constituency:  Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Fortin, Pierre
Constituency:  Gaspé (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Mathieu, Michel
Constituency:  Richelieu (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Bergin, Darby
Constituency:  Cornwall (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Lacerte, Élie
Constituency:  Saint Maurice (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Grover, Peregrine Maitland
Constituency:  Peterborough East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Campbell, Stewart
Constituency:  Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Anti-Confederate

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Savary, Alfred William
Constituency:  Digby (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Anti-Confederate

 
1873-06-28 M.P.:  Connell, Charles
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Died in office.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Staples, Joseph
Constituency:  Victoria North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-11-04 M.P.:  McDonald, Hugh
Constituency:  Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Anti-Confederate

Resignation. Appointed President of the Privy Council, June 14, 1873.
1873-07-07 M.P.:  McDonald, Hugh
Constituency:  Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Political Affiliation Change
1873-07-07 M.P.:  Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson
Constituency:  Ontario South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson
Constituency:  Ontario South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation. Appointed Secretary of State for the Provinces.
1873-06-13 M.P.:  Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson
Constituency:  Ontario South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation. Appointed Secretary of State for the Provinces.
1873-04-30 M.P.:  Howe, Joseph
Constituency:  Hants (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Anti-Confederate

Resignation. Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia, May 7, 1873.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Tobin, Stephen
Constituency:  Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1873-11-04 M.P.:  Tilley, Samuel Leonard
Constituency:  City of St. John (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation. Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick, November 15, 1873.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Cutler, Robert Barry
Constituency:  Kent (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Chipman, Leverett de Veber
Constituency:  Kings (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Findlay, James
Constituency:  Renfrew North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Jones, Francis
Constituency:  Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Doull, Robert
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Richards, Albert Norton
Constituency:  Leeds South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Yeo, James
Constituency:  Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Joly de Lotbinière, Henri Gustave
Constituency:  Lotbinière (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1873-11-04 M.P.:  Crawford, John Willoughby
Constituency:  West Toronto (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario.
1873-12-18 M.P.:  Moss, Thomas
Constituency:  West Toronto (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Dodge, Anson Greene Phelps
Constituency:  York North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  O'Connor, John
Constituency:  Essex (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Nelson, Hugh
Constituency:  New Westminster (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1873-03-28 M.P.:  Caron, Adolphe-Philippe
Constituency:  Quebec County (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-12-20 M.P.:  McIsaac, Angus
Constituency:  Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Hincks, Francis
Constituency:  Vancouver (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Macdonald, Augustine Colin
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Macdonald, Augustine Colin
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-12-04 M.P.:  Blake, Edward
Constituency:  Durham West
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Political Affiliation Change
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Beaubien, Louis
Constituency:  Hochelaga (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Ross, James
Constituency:  Wellington Centre (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Langevin, Hector-Louis
Constituency:  Dorchester (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-12-09 M.P.:  Coffin, Thomas
Constituency:  Shelburne
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Political Affiliation Change
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Daly, Thomas Mayne
Constituency:  Perth North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1873-05-20 M.P.:  Cartier, George-Étienne
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Died in office.
1873-04-10 M.P.:  Wood, Edmund Burke
Constituency:  Durham West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Merritt, Thomas Rodman
Constituency:  Lincoln (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Glass, David
Constituency:  Middlesex East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Laird, David
Constituency:  Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  White, John
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1873-10-06 M.P.:  Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe
Constituency:  Laval (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Called to the Senate.
1873-10-13 M.P.:  Riel, Louis
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-09-29 M.P.:  Sinclair, Peter
Constituency:  Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Robinson, John Beverley
Constituency:  Algoma (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Archambault, Louis
Constituency:  L'Assomption (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Edgar, James David
Constituency:  Monck (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Gibbs, William Henry
Constituency:  Ontario North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1874-01-21 M.P.:  McGregor, William
Constituency:  Essex (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1873-11-25 M.P.:  Mackenzie, Alexander
Constituency:  York East
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Political Affiliation Change
1874-01-21 M.P.:  Carling, John
Constituency:  London (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 

Senators at Time of Dissolution

Senators
Political Affiliation Name Province / Territory Date of Appointment
Liberal-Conservative Aikins, James Cox Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Alexander, George Ontario 1873-05-30
Conservative (1867-1942) Allan, George William Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Archibald, Thomas Dickson Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Armand, Joseph François Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe Quebec 1873-10-07
Liberal-Conservative Benson, James Rea Ontario 1868-03-14
Conservative (1867-1942) Botsford, Amos Edwin New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Bourinot, John Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Brown, George Ontario 1873-12-16
Liberal Party of Canada Bureau, Jacques-Olivier Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Campbell, Alexander Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Carrall, Robert William Weir British Columbia 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Chaffers, William Henry Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Chapais, Jean-Charles Quebec 1868-01-30
Conservative (1867-1942) Chauveau, Pierre-Joseph-Olivier Quebec 1873-02-20
Conservative (1867-1942) Chinic, Eugène Quebec 1873-04-10
Liberal Party of Canada Christie, David Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Churchill, Ezra Nova Scotia 1871-02-03
Conservative (1867-1942) Cochrane, Matthew Henry Quebec 1872-10-17
Nationalist Liberal Cormier, Charles Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Cornwall, Clement Francis British Columbia 1871-12-13
Conservative (1867-1942) De Léry, Alexandre-René Chaussegros Quebec 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Dever, James New Brunswick 1868-03-14
Conservative (1867-1942) Dickey, Robert Barry Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Dickson, Walter Hamilton Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Dumouchel, Léandre Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Ferguson, Lieut. Col. John New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Ferrier, James Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Flint, Billa Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Foster, Asa Belknap Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Girard, Marc-Amable Manitoba 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Glasier, John New Brunswick 1868-03-14
Conservative (1867-1942) Guévremont, Jean-Baptiste Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Hamilton, John (1802-1882) Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Hamilton, John (1827-1888) Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Haviland, Thomas Heath Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Liberal Party of Canada Haythorne, Robert Poore Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Conservative (1867-1942) Hazen, Robert Leonard New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Holmes, John Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Howlan, George William Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Conservative (1867-1942) Kaulback, Henry Adolphus Newman Nova Scotia 1872-03-27
Conservative (1867-1942) Kenny, Edward Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Lacoste, Louis Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Leonard, Elijah Ontario 1867-10-23
Nationalist Liberal Letellier de Saint-Just, Luc Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Macdonald, William John British Columbia 1871-12-13
Conservative (1867-1942) Macfarlane, Alexander Nova Scotia 1870-10-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Macpherson, David Lewis Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Malhiot, Charles-Christophe Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada McClelan, Abner Reid New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada McDonald, Donald Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative McLelan, Archibald Woodbury Nova Scotia 1869-06-21
Liberal Party of Canada McMaster, William Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Miller, William Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Mills, Samuel Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Montgomery, Donald Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Liberal Party of Canada Muirhead, William New Brunswick 1873-01-04
Liberal Party of Canada Northup, Jeremiah Nova Scotia 1870-10-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Odell, William Hunter New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Panet, Louis Quebec 1871-02-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Perry, Ebenezer Ontario 1871-02-02
Conservative (1867-1942) Price, David Edward Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Read, Robert Ontario 1871-02-24
Liberal Party of Canada Reesor, David Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Robertson, John New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Ryan, Thomas Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Seymour, Benjamin Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Shaw, James Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Simpson, John Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Skead, James Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Smith, Frank Ontario 1871-02-02
Independent Conservative Sutherland, John Manitoba 1871-12-13
Conservative (1867-1942) Trudel, François-Xavier-Anselme Quebec 1873-10-31
Conservative (1867-1942) Vidal, Alexander Ontario 1873-01-15
Liberal Party of Canada Wark, David New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Wilmot, Robert Duncan New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Wilson, Charles Quebec 1867-10-23

Members of the House of Commons at Time of Dissolution

Members of Parliament
Political Affiliation Name Constituency
Liberal-Conservative Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Argenteuil (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Almon, William Johnston Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Anglin, Timothy Warren Gloucester (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Appleby, Stephen Burpee Carleton (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Archambault, Louis L'Assomption (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Archibald, Cyril Stormont (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Baby, Louis François Georges Joliette (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Baker, George Barnard Missisquoi (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Beaty, James Toronto East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Beaubien, Louis Hochelaga (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Béchard, François Iberville (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Benoit, Pierre Basile Chambly (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Bergin, Darby Cornwall (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Blain, David York West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Blake, Edward Bruce South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Blanchet, Joseph-Godric Lévis (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Bodwell, Ebenezer Vining Oxford South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bourassa, François St. John's (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bowman, Isaac Erb Waterloo North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Boyer, Louis Alphonse Maskinongé (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brooks, Edward Towle Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Brouse, William Henry Grenville South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brown, James Hastings West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Buell, Jacob Dockstader Brockville (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Burpee, Charles Sunbury (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Burpee, Isaac City and County of St. John (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cameron, John Hillyard Cardwell (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Cameron, Malcolm Colin Huron South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Campbell, Stewart Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Carling, John London (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Carter, Edward Brock Brome (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Cartwright, Richard John Lennox (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casey, George Elliott Elgin West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casgrain, Philippe Baby L'Islet (Quebec)
Independent Cauchon, Joseph Édouard Quebec-Centre (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Charlton, John Norfolk North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Chipman, Leverett de Veber Kings (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Chisholm, Daniel Black Hamilton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Church, Charles Edward Lunenburg (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cluxton, William Peterborough West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Cockburn, Alexander Peter Muskoka (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cockburn, James Northumberland West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Coffin, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Cook, Herman Henry Simcoe North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Cunningham, Robert Marquette (Manitoba)
Liberal-Conservative Currier, Joseph Merrill Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Cutler, Robert Barry Kent (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Daly, Thomas Mayne Perth North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Davies, Daniel King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada De Cosmos, Amor Victoria (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada de Saint-Georges, Joseph Esdras Alfred Portneuf (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada De Veber, Jeremiah Smith Boies City of St. John (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Delorme, Louis St. Hyacinthe (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dewdney, Edgar Yale (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dodge, Anson Greene Phelps York North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Domville, James King's (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Dorion, Antoine-Aimé Napierville (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Dorion, Pierre Nérée Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dormer, George Victoria South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Doull, Robert Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dugas, Firmin Montcalm (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Duguay, Joseph Yamaska (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Edgar, James David Monck (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Farrow, Thomas Huron North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Ferris, John Queen's (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Findlay, James Renfrew North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Fleming, Gavin Brant North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Flesher, William Kingston Grey East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Forbes, James Fraser Queens (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Fortin, Pierre Gaspé (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Fournier, Télesphore Bellechasse (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Galbraith, Daniel Lanark North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gaudet, Joseph Nicolet (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gendron, Pierre Samuel Bagot (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson Ontario South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gibbs, William Henry Ontario North (Ontario)
Independent Liberal Gibson, William Dundas (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Gillies, John Bruce North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Glass, David Middlesex East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Goudge, Monson Henry Hants (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Grant, James Alexander Russell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Grover, Peregrine Maitland Peterborough East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Hagar, Albert Peter Prescott (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Harvey, William Elgin East (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Harwood, Robert William Vaudreuil (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Higinbotham, Nathaniel Wellington North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Hincks, Francis Vancouver (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Holton, Luther Hamilton Châteauguay (Quebec)
Hooper, Edmund John Glyn Lennox (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Horton, Horace Huron Centre (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Huntington, Lucius Seth Shefford (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Jetté, Louis-Amable Montreal East (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Joly de Lotbinière, Henri Gustave Lotbinière (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Jones, Francis Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Keeler, Joseph Northumberland East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Killam, Frank Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Lacerte, Élie Saint Maurice (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Laflamme, Toussaint Antoine Rodolphe Jacques Cartier (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Laird, David Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada Landerkin, George Grey South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Langevin, Hector-Louis Dorchester (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Langlois, Jean Montmorency (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Lantier, Jacques Philippe Soulanges (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Le Vesconte, Isaac Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Lewis, John Bower Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Little, William Carruthers Simcoe South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Macdonald, Augustine Colin King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada Macdonald, Donald Alexander Glengarry (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Macdonald, John Alexander Kingston (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Mackay, Newton LeGayet Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Mackenzie, Alexander Lambton (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mailloux, Élie Témiscouata (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Terrebonne (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mathieu, Michel Richelieu (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative McAdam, John Charlotte (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) McDonald, James Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McDonald, William Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McDonnell, Samuel Inverness (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McDougall, William Three Rivers (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada McIsaac, Angus Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Mercier, Honoré Rouville (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Merritt, Thomas Rodman Lincoln (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Metcalfe, James York East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario)
Independent Mitchell, Peter Northumberland (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Moffat, George Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Morrison, Angus Niagara (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Moss, Thomas West Toronto (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Nathan, Henry Victoria (British Columbia)
Liberal-Conservative Nelson, Hugh New Westminster (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) O'Connor, John Essex (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative O'Reilly, James Renfrew South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Oliver, Thomas Oxford North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Palmer, Acalus Lockwood City and County of St. John (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Pâquet, Anselme Homère Berthier (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Pearson, Frederick M. Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Pelletier, Charles Alphonse Pantaléon Kamouraska (Quebec)
Independent Liberal Pickard, John York (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Pinsonneault, Alfred Laprairie (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Pope, James Colledge Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal-Conservative Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Pozer, Christian Henry Beauce (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Prévost, Wilfrid Two Mountains (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Price, William Evan Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Ray, William Hallett Annapolis (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Richard, Édouard Émery Mégantic (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Richards, Albert Norton Leeds South (Ontario)
Independent Riel, Louis Provencher (Manitoba)
Independent Conservative Robillard, Ulysse Janvier Beauharnois (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Robinson, John Beverley Algoma (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Robitaille, Théodore Bonaventure (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Rochester, John Carleton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Ross, George William Middlesex West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Ross, James Wellington Centre (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ross, John Jones Champlain (Quebec)
Liberal (Reformer) Ross, Lewis Durham East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Ross, Walter Prince Edward (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Ross, William Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Ryan, Michael Patrick Montreal Centre (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Rymal, Joseph Wentworth South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Savary, Alfred William Digby (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Scatcherd, Thomas Middlesex North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Schultz, John Christian Lisgar (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Shibley, Schuyler Addington (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Sinclair, Peter Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada Smith, Albert James Westmorland (New Brunswick)
Independent Conservative Smith, Donald Alexander Selkirk (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Smith, Robert Peel (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Snider, George Grey North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Staples, Joseph Victoria North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Stephenson, Rufus Kent (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Stirton, David Wellington South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Taschereau, Henri Thomas Montmagny (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Thompson, David Haldimand (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Thompson, Joshua Spencer Cariboo (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Thomson, William Alexander Welland (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Tobin, Stephen Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tourangeau, Adolphe Guillet dit Quebec East (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Tremblay, Pierre Alexis Charlevoix (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Trow, James Perth South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tupper, Charles Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Wallace, John Albert (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wallace, William Norfolk South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Webb, William Hoste Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, John Hastings East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada White, John Halton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Wilkes, Robert Toronto Centre (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Witton, Henry Buckingham Hamilton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Wood, Edmund Burke Durham West (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Wright, William McKay Pontiac (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada Young, James Waterloo South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Young, John Montreal West (Quebec)