Fourth Parliament

Term:  1879-02-13 - 1882-05-18

Duration:  1190 days (3 years, 3 months, 3 days)

Government Type:  Majority Government

Government Party:  

  • Liberal-Conservative

Number of Sessions:  4

Writs Issued:  1878-08-17

Date of the General Election:  1878-09-17

Date of the Return of the Writs:  1878-11-21

Prime Minister:

  • Macdonald, John Alexander (1878-10-17 - 1891-06-06)

Leader of the Official Opposition:

  • Blake, Edward (1880-05-04 - 1887-06-02)
  • Mackenzie, Alexander (1878-10-17 - 1880-04-27)

Sessions

Sessions Term: Duration Senate Sittings House of Commons Sittings
4th 1882-02-09 - 1882-05-17 97 62 68
1st 1879-02-13 - 1879-05-15 91 58 64
3rd 1880-12-09 - 1881-03-21 102 55 65
2nd 1880-02-12 - 1880-05-07 85 56 57

Duration of Sittings and Recess of the House of Commons

4th Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1882-02-09 - 1882-04-05 39
Easter Recess 1882-04-06 - 1882-04-10 5
HoC Sitting 1882-04-11 - 1882-05-17 29
Intersession 1882-05-17 - 1882-05-18 1
Prorogation 1882-05-17 - 1882-05-17  
Dissolution 1882-05-18 - 1882-05-18  

3rd Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1880-12-09 - 1880-12-23 11
Christmas Recess 1880-12-24 - 1881-01-03 11
HoC Sitting 1881-01-04 - 1881-03-21 54
Prorogation 1881-03-21 - 1881-03-21  
Intersession 1881-03-22 - 1882-02-08 324

2nd Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1880-02-12 - 1880-03-24 29
Easter Recess 1880-03-25 - 1880-03-29 5
HoC Sitting 1880-03-30 - 1880-05-07 28
Prorogation 1880-05-07 - 1880-05-07  
Intersession 1880-05-08 - 1880-12-08 215

1st Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Days between Parliaments 1878-08-17 - 1879-02-12 180
Start of Session 1879-02-13 - 1879-04-10 39
Easter Recess 1879-04-11 - 1879-04-14 4
HoC Sitting 1879-04-15 - 1879-05-15 25
Prorogation 1879-05-15 - 1879-05-15  
Intersession 1879-05-16 - 1880-02-11 272

Speeches from the Throne

(04) 4th Session (1882-02-09 - 1882-05-17)

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Mover of Address: Bergeron, Joseph Gédéon Horace
Seconder of Address: Guillet, George

House of Commons Debates: 1882-02-10, p. 3, 6
House of Commons Journals: 1882-02-10, vol. 16, p. 13


(03) 3rd Session (1880-12-09 - 1881-03-21)

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Mover of Address: Beaty, James
Seconder of Address: Vanasse, Fabien

House of Commons Debates: 1880-12-10, p. 3, 6
House of Commons Journals: 1880-12-10, vol. 15, p. 11


(02) 2nd Session (1880-02-12 - 1880-05-07)

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Mover of Address: Richey, Matthew Henry
Seconder of Address: Houde, Frédéric

House of Commons Debates: 1880-02-13, p. 4, 9
House of Commons Journals: 1880-02-13, vol. 14, p. 17


(01) 1st Session (1879-02-13 - 1879-05-15)

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Mover of Address: Brecken, Frederick de St Croix
Seconder of Address: Tassé, Joseph

House of Commons Debates: 1879-02-17, p. 6, 12
House of Commons Journals: 1879-02-17, vol. 13, p. 10


Budgets

Date of First Budget: 1879-03-14

Number of Days Between General Election and First Budget: 178 days

Number of Days Between Opening of Parliament and First Budget: 29 days


Date: 1882-02-24

House of Commons Debates: pp. 78-88

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tilley, Samuel Leonard


Date: 1881-02-18

House of Commons Debates: pp. 1018-29

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tilley, Samuel Leonard


Date: 1880-03-09

House of Commons Debates: pp. 509-24

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tilley, Samuel Leonard


Date: 1879-03-14

House of Commons Debates: pp. 409-30

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tilley, Samuel Leonard

(budget) (addendum) 1879.03.26 (6 months, 9 days)


Senate Nominations

Senate Appointments
Name Province / Territory Date of Appointment
Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson Ontario 1880-04-03
Almon, William Johnston Nova Scotia 1879-04-15
McKay, Thomas Nova Scotia 1881-12-24
McInnes, Thomas Robert British Columbia 1881-12-24
Boyd, John New Brunswick 1880-02-11
Skead, James Ontario 1881-12-24
Northwood, Joseph Ontario 1880-05-19
Nelson, Hugh British Columbia 1879-12-12
MacInnes, Donald Ontario 1881-12-24
Howlan, George William Prince Edward Island 1881-01-05
Bull, Harcourt Burland Ontario 1879-02-24
Ogilvie, Alexander Walker Quebec 1881-12-24
Carvell, Jedediah Slason Prince Edward Island 1879-12-18

By-Elections

Date of Election Name Constituency Political Affiliation
1881-12-19 Guillet, George Northumberland West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-10-18 Manson, David Ames Brome (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1880-08-28 Beaty, James West Toronto (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-08-28 Wheler, George Ontario North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1880-04-17 Holton, Edward Châteauguay (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
1878-11-21 Langevin, Hector-Louis Three Rivers (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1882-03-09 Homer, Joshua Attwood Reynolds New Westminster (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
1878-11-09 Pope, James Colledge Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-07-07 Vanasse, Fabien Yamaska (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-12-09 McConville, Lewis Arthur Joliette (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-12-09 Sutherland, James Oxford North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1880-12-09 Valin, Pierre Vincent Montmorency (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-02-14 Angers, Auguste Réal Montmorency (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-11-17 Blake, Edward Durham West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1880-11-20 Mousseau, Joseph Alfred Bagot (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-11-20 Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-10-23 McLeod, William Mackenzie Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
1879-03-20 Plumb, Josiah Burr Niagara (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-09-29 Barnard, Francis Jones Yale (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
1881-02-16 Irvine, David Carleton (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
1879-02-25 White, John Hastings East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1882-02-16 Tyrwhitt, Richard Simcoe South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-09-10 Scott, Thomas Selkirk (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-14 Baby, Louis François Georges Joliette (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1881-03-31 Reid, James Cariboo (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
1878-11-06 Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-06 Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Terrebonne (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-30 Ryan, Joseph O'Connell Marquette (Manitoba) Liberal Party of Canada
1878-11-04 Tupper, Charles Cumberland (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-04 McDonald, James Pictou (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-04 O'Connor, John Russell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-04 Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1878-11-04 Tilley, Samuel Leonard City of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
1881-08-17 Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Argenteuil (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1879-08-26 Beauchesne, Pierre-Clovis Bonaventure (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1881-06-18 McDougald, John Pictou (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
1881-06-18 McLelan, Archibald Woodbury Colchester (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
1881-03-25 Crouter, Darius Northumberland East (Ontario) Independent Liberal
1881-03-19 Amyot, Guillaume Bellechasse (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1881-03-19 Cimon, Simon Xavier Charlevoix (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-02-13 Perrault, Joseph Stanislas Charlevoix (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-02-12 Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Argenteuil (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1879-01-09 Bergeron, Joseph Gédéon Horace Beauharnois (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-12-30 Royal, Joseph Provencher (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-01-22 Macdonell, Donald Greenfield Lanark North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1878-11-02 Cartwright, Richard John Huron Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1880-01-27 Bergin, Darby Cornwall (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative

General Election (1878-09-17)

Name Constituency Political Affiliation
Blanchet, Joseph-Godric Lévis (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Tassé, Joseph Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Currier, Joseph Merrill Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Ogden, Alfred Guysborough (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ryan, Michael Patrick Montreal Centre (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Bunster, Arthur Vancouver (British Columbia) Liberal Party of Canada
Gault, Matthew Hamilton Montreal West (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Girouard, Gilbert Anselme Kent (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Wade, John Chipman Digby (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
De Cosmos, Amor Victoria (British Columbia) Liberal Party of Canada
Macdonald, John Alexander Victoria (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Gigault, Georges Auguste Rouville (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
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
Mongenais, Jean Baptiste Vaudreuil (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cimon, Marie Honorius Ernest Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Williams, Arthur Trefusis Heneage Durham East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Connell, George Heber Carleton (New Brunswick) Independent
Haddow, George Restigouche (New Brunswick) Independent
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)
McIsaac, Angus Antigonish (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Holton, Luther Hamilton Châteauguay (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Ferguson, Charles Frederick Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Brooks, Edward Towle Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Chandler, Edmund Leavens Brome (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Platt, Samuel Toronto East (Ontario) Independent
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)
Bunting, Christopher William Welland (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Olivier, Louis Ephrem Mégantic (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Landry, Auguste-Charles-Philippe-Robert Montmagny (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ross, George William Middlesex West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Mousseau, Joseph Alfred Bagot (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Allison, William Henry Hants (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Macdonald, John Alexander Marquette (Manitoba) Liberal-Conservative
Dugas, Firmin Montcalm (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Elliott, William Peel (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Oliver, Thomas Oxford North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Rouleau, François Fortunat Dorchester (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Cuthbert, Edward Octavian Berthier (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Drew, George Alexander Wellington North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Daoust, Jean-Baptiste Two Mountains (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Muttart, Ephraim Bell King's County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
Macdonald, Augustine Colin King's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal-Conservative
Dumont, Joseph Kamouraska (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Lane, Samuel Johnathan Grey North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
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)
Christie, Thomas Argenteuil (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McLennan, John Glengarry (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Schultz, John Christian Lisgar (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cockburn, James Northumberland West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Valin, Pierre Vincent Montmorency (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Robinson, John Beverley West Toronto (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Rymal, Joseph Wentworth South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Hooper, Edmund John Glyn Lennox (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Brecken, Frederick de St Croix Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
Pope, James Colledge Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDonnell, Samuel Inverness (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
White, John Hastings East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Hackett, Edward Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal-Conservative
Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Baker, George Barnard Missisquoi (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Desaulniers, Louis-Léon Lesieur Saint Maurice (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Vallée, Roch Pamphile Portneuf (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
McLeod, Hugh Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
McDonald, William 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
Glen, Francis Wayland Ontario South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Girouard, Désiré Jacques Cartier (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Pinsonneault, Alfred Laprairie (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Strange, Frederick William York North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Coupal dit La Reine, Sixte Napierville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McKay, Thomas Colchester (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Malouin, Jacques Quebec-Centre (Quebec) Independent
Cayley, Michael Beauharnois (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cameron, Hector Victoria North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Jackson, George Grey South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
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
McCuaig, James Simeon Prince Edward (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Flynn, Edmund Power Richmond (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Hay, Robert Toronto Centre (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Jones, David Ford Leeds South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bill, Silas Tertius Rand Queens (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Thompson, David Haldimand (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Borden, Frederick William Kings (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Thompson, Joshua Spencer Cariboo (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Hughes, Patrick Niagara (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Massue, Louis Huet Richelieu (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Rogers, Alexander Albert (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Burk, Harvey William Durham West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Benoit, Pierre Basile Chambly (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Kranz, Hugo Waterloo North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Robitaille, Théodore Bonaventure (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bannerman, William Renfrew South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Poupore, John Pontiac (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Longley, Avard Annapolis (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Burpee, Charles Sunbury (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Houde, Frédéric Maskinongé (Quebec) Nationalist
Routhier, Félix Prescott (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tellier, Louis St. Hyacinthe (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Smith, Albert James Westmorland (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Gillmor, Arthur Hill Charlotte (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
McQuade, Arthur Victoria South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Kaulbach, Charles Edwin Lunenburg (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Coursol, Michel Charles Joseph Montreal East (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Coughlin, Timothy Middlesex North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Robertson, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Trow, James Perth South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Wallace, Nathaniel Clarke York West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bourbeau, Désiré Olivier Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Daly, Malachy Bowes Halifax (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Richey, Matthew Henry 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
Weldon, Charles Wesley City and County of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Wheler, George Ontario North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Keeler, Joseph Northumberland East (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Orton, George Turner Wellington Centre (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Boultbee, Alfred York East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Merner, Samuel Waterloo South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
McRory, John Addington (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Shaw, Alexander Bruce South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
LaRue, Achille Bellechasse (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McInnes, Thomas Robert New Westminster (British Columbia) Independent
Fulton, Oscar Stormont (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
McCallum, Lachlin Monck (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Fitzsimmons, William Brockville (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bolduc, Joseph Beauce (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Burnham, John Peterborough East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
White, Peter Renfrew North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Huntington, Lucius Seth Shefford (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Cockburn, Alexander Peter Muskoka (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Rykert, John Charles Lincoln (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
O'Connor, John Russell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Montplaisir, Hippolyte Champlain (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Pickard, John York (New Brunswick) Independent Liberal
Guthrie, Donald Wellington South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Hilliard, George Peterborough West (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
McCarthy, D'Alton Simcoe North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Farrow, Thomas Huron North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDonald, Duncan Victoria (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Wiser, John Philip Grenville South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Dawson, Simon James Algoma (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gill, Charles-Ignace Yamaska (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ives, William Bullock Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tremblay, Pierre Alexis Charlevoix (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Gillies, John Bruce North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Macmillan, Duncan Middlesex East (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Desjardins, Alphonse Hochelaga (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Gunn, Alexander Kingston (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Grandbois, Paul Étienne Témiscouata (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
King, George Gerald Queen's (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Arkell, Thomas Elgin East (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
McDougall, William Halton (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Tilley, Samuel Leonard City of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Patterson, James Colebrooke Essex (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Little, William Carruthers Simcoe South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Dubuc, Joseph Provencher (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ross, John Sylvester Dundas (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Hesson, Samuel Rollin Perth North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wallace, William Norfolk South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Horton, Horace Huron Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Skinner, James Atchison Oxford South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Cameron, Malcolm Colin Huron South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Snowball, Jabez Bunting Northumberland (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Dewdney, Edgar Yale (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Méthot, François Xavier Ovide Nicolet (Quebec) Independent Conservative
Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Terrebonne (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Hurteau, Hilaire L'Assomption (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Rinfret, Côme Isaïe Lotbinière (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
White, Thomas Cardwell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Sproule, Thomas Simpson Grey East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Kilvert, Francis Edwin Hamilton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Robertson, Thomas Hamilton (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Laurier, Wilfrid Quebec East (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada

Party Standings in the Senate

Date Cons. Nat. Ref. Nat. Lib. Ind. Cons. Lib. Lib.-Cons. Ind. Vacant Total
1882-05-18
(Dissolution)
33 2 0 1 1 24 13 1 3 78
1878-09-17
(Election)
36 2 1 1 1 29 7 0 1 78

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1880-05-09 Senator:  Brown, George
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1880-04-03 Senator:  Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1879-04-15 Senator:  Almon, William Johnston
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1882-05-21 Senator:  O'Donohoe, John
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1880-12-15 Senator:  Christie, David
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1881-12-24 Senator:  McKay, Thomas
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1881-12-24 Senator:  McInnes, Thomas Robert
Province / Territory:  British Columbia
Political Affiliation:  Independent

Appointed
1880-02-11 Senator:  Boyd, John
Province / Territory:  New Brunswick
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1881-01-20 Senator:  Skead, James
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1881-12-24 Senator:  Skead, James
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1879-07 Senator:  Haviland, Thomas Heath
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1880-05-19 Senator:  Northwood, Joseph
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1879-12-12 Senator:  Nelson, Hugh
Province / Territory:  British Columbia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1881-12-24 Senator:  MacInnes, Donald
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1879-09-19 Senator:  Carrall, Robert William Weir
Province / Territory:  British Columbia
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1881-01-05 Senator:  Howlan, George William
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Appointed
1880-12-27 Senator:  Howlan, George William
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Resignation
1882-05-30 Senator:  Aikins, James Cox
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation
1880-02-10 Senator:  Wilmot, Robert Duncan
Province / Territory:  New Brunswick
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1881-07 Senator:  Cornwall, Clement Francis
Province / Territory:  British Columbia
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1879-02-24 Senator:  Bull, Harcourt Burland
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1881-08-12 Senator:  Bull, Harcourt Burland
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1881-10-11 Senator:  Penny, Edward Goff
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1881-12-24 Senator:  Ogilvie, Alexander Walker
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1879-04-10 Senator:  Northup, Jeremiah
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1881-08-23 Senator:  Brouse, William Henry
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Reformer

Death
1881-05-20 Senator:  McLelan, Archibald Woodbury
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation
1879-12-18 Senator:  Carvell, Jedediah Slason
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1880-03-23 Senator:  Seymour, Benjamin
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death

Party Standings in the House of Commons

Date Lib. Cons. Vacant Total
1878-09-17
(Election)
69 137 0 206

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1881-03-19 M.P.:  Amyot, Guillaume
Constituency:  Bellechasse (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-02-16 M.P.:  Tyrwhitt, Richard
Constituency:  Simcoe South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-08-28 M.P.:  Beaty, James
Constituency:  West Toronto (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-02-14 M.P.:  Angers, Auguste Réal
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-11-12 M.P.:  Angers, Auguste Réal
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Puisne Judge of the Superior Court of Quebec.
1881-08-17 M.P.:  Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell
Constituency:  Argenteuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-02-12 M.P.:  Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell
Constituency:  Argenteuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1881-07-13 M.P.:  Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell
Constituency:  Argenteuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Election declared void 1881.07.13.
1879-10-23 M.P.:  McLeod, William Mackenzie
Constituency:  Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McLeod, William Mackenzie
Constituency:  Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a by-election following the death of his brother.
1879-09-29 M.P.:  Barnard, Francis Jones
Constituency:  Yale (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Routhier, Félix
Constituency:  Prescott (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Skinner, James Atchison
Constituency:  Oxford South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Stephenson, Rufus
Constituency:  Kent (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1881-06-18 M.P.:  McLelan, Archibald Woodbury
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1881-03-19 M.P.:  Cimon, Simon Xavier
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Hooper, Edmund John Glyn
Constituency:  Lennox (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Arkell, Thomas
Constituency:  Elgin East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Ogden, Alfred
Constituency:  Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Farrow, Thomas
Constituency:  Huron North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Anglin, Timothy Warren
Constituency:  Gloucester (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Jackson, George
Constituency:  Grey South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Cameron, Malcolm Colin
Constituency:  Huron South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Schultz, John Christian
Constituency:  Lisgar (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1880-12-09 M.P.:  McConville, Lewis Arthur
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McConville, Lewis Arthur
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Lane, Samuel Johnathan
Constituency:  Grey North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Drew, George Alexander
Constituency:  Wellington North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1881-03-25 M.P.:  Crouter, Darius
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Crouter, Darius
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Boultbee, Alfred
Constituency:  York East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Patterson, James Colebrooke
Constituency:  Essex (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Fulton, Oscar
Constituency:  Stormont (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Rochester, John
Constituency:  Carleton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Wade, John Chipman
Constituency:  Digby (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Borden, Frederick William
Constituency:  Kings (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Kaulbach, Charles Edwin
Constituency:  Lunenburg (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McDougall, William
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McCuaig, James Simeon
Constituency:  Prince Edward (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Merner, Samuel
Constituency:  Waterloo South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1880-09-10 M.P.:  Scott, Thomas
Constituency:  Selkirk (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Scott, Thomas
Constituency:  Selkirk (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1879-06-09 M.P.:  Dewdney, Edgar
Constituency:  Yale (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Becomes Indian Commissioner of Manitoba and North West Territories.
1879-10-18 M.P.:  Burk, Harvey William
Constituency:  Durham West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Resignation. To allow Edward Blake to run for office.
1882-03-09 M.P.:  Homer, Joshua Attwood Reynolds
Constituency:  New Westminster (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Poupore, John
Constituency:  Pontiac (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Ross, John Sylvester
Constituency:  Dundas (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Tellier, Louis
Constituency:  St. Hyacinthe (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1879-05-19 M.P.:  Gill, Charles-Ignace
Constituency:  Yamaska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Puisne Judge of the Superior Court of Quebec.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Elliott, William
Constituency:  Peel (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  De Cosmos, Amor
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1879-07-25 M.P.:  Robitaille, Théodore
Constituency:  Bonaventure (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation 1879/07/25. Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Cimon, Marie Honorius Ernest
Constituency:  Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Jones, David Ford
Constituency:  Leeds South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1881-11-14 M.P.:  Cockburn, James
Constituency:  Northumberland West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Chairman of the Commission for the codification of the Dominion Statutory Law.
1879-07-07 M.P.:  Vanasse, Fabien
Constituency:  Yamaska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-11-07 M.P.:  Mousseau, Joseph Alfred
Constituency:  Bagot (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed President of the Privy Council.
1880-11-20 M.P.:  Mousseau, Joseph Alfred
Constituency:  Bagot (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Ryan, Joseph O'Connell
Constituency:  Marquette (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Strange, Frederick William
Constituency:  York North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1881-06-18 M.P.:  McDougald, John
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1881-12-19 M.P.:  Guillet, George
Constituency:  Northumberland West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Currier, Joseph Merrill
Constituency:  Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1881-02-16 M.P.:  Irvine, David
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-01-09 M.P.:  Christie, Thomas
Constituency:  Argenteuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Election declared void.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Brown, James
Constituency:  Hastings West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Bunster, Arthur
Constituency:  Vancouver (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1881-05-23 M.P.:  McKay, Thomas
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation.
1881-01-21 M.P.:  Keeler, Joseph
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Died in office.
1880-01-22 M.P.:  Macdonell, Donald Greenfield
Constituency:  Lanark North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Macdonell, Donald Greenfield
Constituency:  Lanark North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McQuade, Arthur
Constituency:  Victoria South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Olivier, Louis Ephrem
Constituency:  Mégantic (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1880-01-27 M.P.:  Bergin, Darby
Constituency:  Cornwall (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Bergin, Darby
Constituency:  Cornwall (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Election declared void.
1879-12-24 M.P.:  Bergin, Darby
Constituency:  Cornwall (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Election declared void.
1879-11-17 M.P.:  Blake, Edward
Constituency:  Durham West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Dumont, Joseph
Constituency:  Kamouraska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Malouin, Jacques
Constituency:  Quebec-Centre (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Brecken, Frederick de St Croix
Constituency:  Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Bannerman, William
Constituency:  Renfrew South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1880-03-14 M.P.:  Holton, Luther Hamilton
Constituency:  Châteauguay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Wiser, John Philip
Constituency:  Grenville South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Vallée, Roch Pamphile
Constituency:  Portneuf (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1880-06-30 M.P.:  Robinson, John Beverley
Constituency:  West Toronto (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Haddow, George
Constituency:  Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Rogers, Alexander
Constituency:  Albert (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1879-08-05 M.P.:  McLeod, Hugh
Constituency:  Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Shaw, Alexander
Constituency:  Bruce South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Rykert, John Charles
Constituency:  Lincoln (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1880-11-20 M.P.:  Caron, Adolphe-Philippe
Constituency:  Quebec County (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-11-07 M.P.:  Caron, Adolphe-Philippe
Constituency:  Quebec County (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Minister of Militia and Defence.
1880-11-08 M.P.:  Oliver, Thomas
Constituency:  Oxford North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Rymal, Joseph
Constituency:  Wentworth South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1880-12-09 M.P.:  Valin, Pierre Vincent
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-01-09 M.P.:  Valin, Pierre Vincent
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Election declared void.
1880-06-21 M.P.:  Smith, Donald Alexander
Constituency:  Selkirk (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Conservative

Election declared void 1880.05.13.
1881-02-11 M.P.:  LaRue, Achille
Constituency:  Bellechasse (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Election declared void.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Bunting, Christopher William
Constituency:  Welland (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McDonald, Duncan
Constituency:  Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Doull, Robert
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1879-03-20 M.P.:  Plumb, Josiah Burr
Constituency:  Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Plumb, Josiah Burr
Constituency:  Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Election declared void.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Cockburn, Alexander Peter
Constituency:  Muskoka (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1880-12-09 M.P.:  Sutherland, James
Constituency:  Oxford North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Macdonald, Augustine Colin
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1881-12-23 M.P.:  McInnes, Thomas Robert
Constituency:  New Westminster (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

Resignation. Called to the Senate.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Mongenais, Jean Baptiste
Constituency:  Vaudreuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Brooks, Edward Towle
Constituency:  Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1879-11-12 M.P.:  Dubuc, Joseph
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Puisne Judge of the Court of Queen's Bench for Manitoba.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Coupal dit La Reine, Sixte
Constituency:  Napierville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1879-12-17 M.P.:  Galbraith, Daniel
Constituency:  Lanark North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Pope, James Colledge
Constituency:  Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Minister of Marine and Fisheries.
1880-12-20 M.P.:  Thompson, Joshua Spencer
Constituency:  Cariboo (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Bill, Silas Tertius Rand
Constituency:  Queens (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Gillies, John
Constituency:  Bruce North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Fleming, Gavin
Constituency:  Brant North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1879-08-26 M.P.:  Beauchesne, Pierre-Clovis
Constituency:  Bonaventure (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Beauchesne, Pierre-Clovis
Constituency:  Bonaventure (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue
Constituency:  Terrebonne (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Minister of Militia and Defence, October 19, 1878.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Wallace, William
Constituency:  Norfolk South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1881-05-19 M.P.:  McDonald, James
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Minister of Justice and Attorney General, October 17, 1878.
1879-02-13 M.P.:  Perrault, Joseph Stanislas
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1881-02-11 M.P.:  Perrault, Joseph Stanislas
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Election declared void.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  O'Connor, John
Constituency:  Russell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed President of the Privy Council.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Rouleau, François Fortunat
Constituency:  Dorchester (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1879-03-20 M.P.:  Hughes, Patrick
Constituency:  Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Election declared void.
1880-10-18 M.P.:  Manson, David Ames
Constituency:  Brome (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Manson, David Ames
Constituency:  Brome (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1880-08-21 M.P.:  Chandler, Edmund Leavens
Constituency:  Brome (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Platt, Samuel
Constituency:  Toronto East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Macdonald, John Alexander
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation. Becomes Prime Minister, October 17, 1878. Elected for Victoria and Marquette. Chose to sit for Victoria.
1880-10-28 M.P.:  Baby, Louis François Georges
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Minister of Inland Revenue, October 26, 1878.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McDonnell, Samuel
Constituency:  Inverness (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Mackenzie, Alexander
Constituency:  Lambton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McLennan, John
Constituency:  Glengarry (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Killam, Frank
Constituency:  Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Snowball, Jabez Bunting
Constituency:  Northumberland (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1881-03-31 M.P.:  Reid, James
Constituency:  Cariboo (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Ryan, Michael Patrick
Constituency:  Montreal Centre (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Muttart, Ephraim Bell
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1881-02-15 M.P.:  Connell, George Heber
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Domville, James
Constituency:  King's (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1879-02-25 M.P.:  White, John
Constituency:  Hastings East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald
Constituency:  Rimouski (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1879-12-30 M.P.:  Royal, Joseph
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Huntington, Lucius Seth
Constituency:  Shefford (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Mills, David
Constituency:  Bothwell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1880-06-10 M.P.:  Wheler, George
Constituency:  Ontario North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Election declared void.
1880-08-28 M.P.:  Wheler, George
Constituency:  Ontario North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Wheler, George
Constituency:  Ontario North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Election declared void.
1881-12-31 M.P.:  Little, William Carruthers
Constituency:  Simcoe South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Smith, Albert James
Constituency:  Westmorland (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Longley, Avard
Constituency:  Annapolis (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1880-04-17 M.P.:  Holton, Edward
Constituency:  Châteauguay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Cartwright, Richard John
Constituency:  Huron Centre (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Flynn, Edmund Power
Constituency:  Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Guthrie, Donald
Constituency:  Wellington South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 

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 Almon, William Johnston Nova Scotia 1879-04-15
Liberal-Conservative Archibald, Thomas Dickson Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Armand, Joseph François Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Baillargeon, Pierre Quebec 1874-03-27
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
Conservative (1867-1942) Boucher de Boucherville, Charles Eugène Quebec 1879-02-12
Liberal-Conservative Bourinot, John Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Boyd, John New Brunswick 1880-02-11
Liberal Party of Canada Bureau, Jacques-Olivier Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Campbell, Alexander Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Carvell, Jedediah Slason Prince Edward Island 1879-12-18
Liberal Party of Canada Chaffers, William Henry Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Chapais, Jean-Charles Quebec 1868-01-30
Conservative (1867-1942) Chinic, Eugène Quebec 1873-04-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Cochrane, Matthew Henry Quebec 1872-10-17
Nationalist Liberal Cormier, Charles Quebec 1867-10-23
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
Nationalist Fabre, Hector Quebec 1875-02-05
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
Liberal-Conservative Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson Ontario 1880-04-03
Conservative (1867-1942) Girard, Marc-Amable Manitoba 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Glasier, John New Brunswick 1868-03-14
Liberal Party of Canada Grant, Robert Patterson Nova Scotia 1877-02-02
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
Liberal Party of Canada Haythorne, Robert Poore Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Liberal Party of Canada Hope, Adam Ontario 1877-01-03
Liberal Party of Canada Howlan, George William Prince Edward Island 1881-01-05
Conservative (1867-1942) Kaulback, Henry Adolphus Newman Nova Scotia 1872-03-27
Liberal Party of Canada Leonard, Elijah Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Lewin, James Davies New Brunswick 1876-11-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Macdonald, William John British Columbia 1871-12-13
Conservative (1867-1942) Macfarlane, Alexander Nova Scotia 1870-10-10
Liberal-Conservative MacInnes, Donald Ontario 1881-12-24
Conservative (1867-1942) Macpherson, David Lewis Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada McClelan, Abner Reid New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Independent McInnes, Thomas Robert British Columbia 1881-12-24
Liberal-Conservative McKay, Thomas Nova Scotia 1881-12-24
Liberal Party of Canada McMaster, William Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Miller, William Nova Scotia 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-Conservative Nelson, Hugh British Columbia 1879-12-12
Liberal-Conservative Northwood, Joseph Ontario 1880-05-19
Conservative (1867-1942) Odell, William Hunter New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Ogilvie, Alexander Walker Quebec 1881-12-24
Liberal Party of Canada Pâquet, Anselme Homère Quebec 1874-12-09
Liberal Party of Canada Pelletier, Charles Alphonse Pantaléon Quebec 1877-02-02
Liberal Party of Canada Power, Lawrence Geoffrey Nova Scotia 1877-02-02
Nationalist Pozer, Christian Henry Quebec 1876-09-20
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-Conservative Ryan, Thomas Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Scott, Richard William Ontario 1874-03-13
Liberal Party of Canada Simpson, John Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Skead, James Ontario 1881-12-24
Conservative (1867-1942) Smith, Frank Ontario 1871-02-02
Liberal Party of Canada Stevens, Gardner Green Quebec 1876-02-12
Independent Conservative Sutherland, John Manitoba 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Thibaudeau, Joseph-Rosaire Quebec 1878-01-04
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

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)
Conservative (1867-1942) Allison, William Henry Hants (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Amyot, Guillaume Bellechasse (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Anglin, Timothy Warren Gloucester (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Arkell, Thomas Elgin East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Baker, George Barnard Missisquoi (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bannerman, William Renfrew South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Barnard, Francis Jones Yale (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Beaty, James West Toronto (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Beauchesne, Pierre-Clovis Bonaventure (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Béchard, François Iberville (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Benoit, Pierre Basile Chambly (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bergeron, Joseph Gédéon Horace Beauharnois (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Bergin, Darby Cornwall (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Bill, Silas Tertius Rand Queens (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Blake, Edward Durham West (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Blanchet, Joseph-Godric Lévis (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bolduc, Joseph Beauce (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Borden, Frederick William Kings (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Boultbee, Alfred York East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bourassa, François St. John's (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bourbeau, Désiré Olivier Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brecken, Frederick de St Croix Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brooks, Edward Towle Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brown, James Hastings West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bunster, Arthur Vancouver (British Columbia)
Liberal-Conservative Bunting, Christopher William Welland (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Burnham, John Peterborough East (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, Hector Victoria North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Cameron, Malcolm Colin Huron South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Carling, John London (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Cartwright, Richard John Huron Centre (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casey, George Elliott Elgin West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casgrain, Philippe Baby L'Islet (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Charlton, John Norfolk North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cimon, Marie Honorius Ernest Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cimon, Simon Xavier Charlevoix (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Cockburn, Alexander Peter Muskoka (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Coughlin, Timothy Middlesex North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Coupal dit La Reine, Sixte Napierville (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Coursol, Michel Charles Joseph Montreal East (Quebec)
Independent Liberal Crouter, Darius Northumberland East (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Currier, Joseph Merrill Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cuthbert, Edward Octavian Berthier (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Daly, Malachy Bowes Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Daoust, Jean-Baptiste Two Mountains (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dawson, Simon James Algoma (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada De Cosmos, Amor Victoria (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Desaulniers, Louis-Léon Lesieur Saint Maurice (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Desjardins, Alphonse Hochelaga (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Domville, James King's (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Doull, Robert Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Drew, George Alexander Wellington North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dugas, Firmin Montcalm (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Dumont, Joseph Kamouraska (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Elliott, William Peel (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Farrow, Thomas Huron North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ferguson, Charles Frederick Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Fitzsimmons, William Brockville (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Fleming, Gavin Brant North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Flynn, Edmund Power Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Fortin, Pierre Gaspé (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Fulton, Oscar Stormont (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gault, Matthew Hamilton Montreal West (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gigault, Georges Auguste Rouville (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Gillies, John Bruce North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Gillmor, Arthur Hill Charlotte (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Girouard, Désiré Jacques Cartier (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Girouard, Gilbert Anselme Kent (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Glen, Francis Wayland Ontario South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Grandbois, Paul Étienne Témiscouata (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Guillet, George Northumberland West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Gunn, Alexander Kingston (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Guthrie, Donald Wellington South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Hackett, Edward Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Independent Haddow, George Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Hay, Robert Toronto Centre (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Hesson, Samuel Rollin Perth North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Hilliard, George Peterborough West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Holton, Edward Châteauguay (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Homer, Joshua Attwood Reynolds New Westminster (British Columbia)
Liberal-Conservative Hooper, Edmund John Glyn Lennox (Ontario)
Nationalist Houde, Frédéric Maskinongé (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Huntington, Lucius Seth Shefford (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Hurteau, Hilaire L'Assomption (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Irvine, David Carleton (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ives, William Bullock Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Jackson, George Grey South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Jones, David Ford Leeds South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kaulbach, Charles Edwin Lunenburg (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Killam, Frank Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kilvert, Francis Edwin Hamilton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada King, George Gerald Queen's (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kranz, Hugo Waterloo North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Landry, Auguste-Charles-Philippe-Robert Montmagny (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Lane, Samuel Johnathan Grey North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Langevin, Hector-Louis Three Rivers (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Lantier, Jacques Philippe Soulanges (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Laurier, Wilfrid Quebec East (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Longley, Avard Annapolis (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Macdonald, Augustine Colin King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal-Conservative Macdonald, John Alexander Victoria (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Macdonell, Donald Greenfield Lanark North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Mackenzie, Alexander Lambton (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Macmillan, Duncan Middlesex East (Ontario)
Independent Malouin, Jacques Quebec-Centre (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Manson, David Ames Brome (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Terrebonne (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Massue, Louis Huet Richelieu (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative McCallum, Lachlin Monck (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) McCarthy, D'Alton Simcoe North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) McConville, Lewis Arthur Joliette (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) McCuaig, James Simeon Prince Edward (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada McDonald, Duncan Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McDonald, William Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada McDonnell, Samuel Inverness (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McDougald, John Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McDougall, William Halton (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada McIsaac, Angus Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McLelan, Archibald Woodbury Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McLennan, John Glengarry (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative McLeod, William Mackenzie Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McQuade, Arthur Victoria South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) McRory, John Addington (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Merner, Samuel Waterloo South (Ontario)
Independent Conservative Méthot, François Xavier Ovide Nicolet (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mongenais, Jean Baptiste Vaudreuil (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Montplaisir, Hippolyte Champlain (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mousseau, Joseph Alfred Bagot (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Muttart, Ephraim Bell King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Conservative (1867-1942) O'Connor, John Russell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ogden, Alfred Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Olivier, Louis Ephrem Mégantic (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Orton, George Turner Wellington Centre (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Patterson, James Colebrooke Essex (Ontario)
Independent Liberal Pickard, John York (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Pinsonneault, Alfred Laprairie (Quebec)
Independent Platt, Samuel Toronto East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Plumb, Josiah Burr Niagara (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Pope, James Colledge Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal-Conservative Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Poupore, John Pontiac (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Reid, James Cariboo (British Columbia)
Liberal-Conservative Richey, Matthew Henry Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Rinfret, Côme Isaïe Lotbinière (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Robertson, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Robertson, Thomas Hamilton (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Rochester, John Carleton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Rogers, Alexander Albert (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Ross, George William Middlesex West (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ross, John Sylvester Dundas (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Rouleau, François Fortunat Dorchester (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Routhier, Félix Prescott (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Royal, Joseph Provencher (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Ryan, Joseph O'Connell Marquette (Manitoba)
Liberal-Conservative Ryan, Michael Patrick Montreal Centre (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Rykert, John Charles Lincoln (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Rymal, Joseph Wentworth South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Schultz, John Christian Lisgar (Manitoba)
Conservative (1867-1942) Scott, Thomas Selkirk (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Shaw, Alexander Bruce South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Skinner, James Atchison Oxford South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Smith, Albert James Westmorland (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Snowball, Jabez Bunting Northumberland (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Sproule, Thomas Simpson Grey East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Stephenson, Rufus Kent (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Strange, Frederick William York North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Sutherland, James Oxford North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tassé, Joseph Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tellier, Louis St. Hyacinthe (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Thompson, David Haldimand (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Tilley, Samuel Leonard City of St. John (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Trow, James Perth South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tupper, Charles Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tyrwhitt, Richard Simcoe South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Valin, Pierre Vincent Montmorency (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Vallée, Roch Pamphile Portneuf (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Vanasse, Fabien Yamaska (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wade, John Chipman Digby (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wallace, Nathaniel Clarke York West (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wallace, William Norfolk South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Weldon, Charles Wesley City and County of St. John (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Wheler, George Ontario North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, John Hastings East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, Peter Renfrew North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, Thomas Cardwell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Williams, Arthur Trefusis Heneage Durham East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Wiser, John Philip Grenville South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island)

Sessions

Sessions Term: Duration Senate Sittings House of Commons Sittings
4th 1882-02-09 - 1882-05-17 97 62 68
1st 1879-02-13 - 1879-05-15 91 58 64
3rd 1880-12-09 - 1881-03-21 102 55 65
2nd 1880-02-12 - 1880-05-07 85 56 57

Duration of Sittings and Recess of the House of Commons

4th Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1882-02-09 - 1882-04-05 39
Easter Recess 1882-04-06 - 1882-04-10 5
HoC Sitting 1882-04-11 - 1882-05-17 29
Intersession 1882-05-17 - 1882-05-18 1
Prorogation 1882-05-17 - 1882-05-17  
Dissolution 1882-05-18 - 1882-05-18  

3rd Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1880-12-09 - 1880-12-23 11
Christmas Recess 1880-12-24 - 1881-01-03 11
HoC Sitting 1881-01-04 - 1881-03-21 54
Prorogation 1881-03-21 - 1881-03-21  
Intersession 1881-03-22 - 1882-02-08 324

2nd Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1880-02-12 - 1880-03-24 29
Easter Recess 1880-03-25 - 1880-03-29 5
HoC Sitting 1880-03-30 - 1880-05-07 28
Prorogation 1880-05-07 - 1880-05-07  
Intersession 1880-05-08 - 1880-12-08 215

1st Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Days between Parliaments 1878-08-17 - 1879-02-12 180
Start of Session 1879-02-13 - 1879-04-10 39
Easter Recess 1879-04-11 - 1879-04-14 4
HoC Sitting 1879-04-15 - 1879-05-15 25
Prorogation 1879-05-15 - 1879-05-15  
Intersession 1879-05-16 - 1880-02-11 272

Speeches from the Throne

(04) 4th Session (1882-02-09 - 1882-05-17)

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Mover of Address: Bergeron, Joseph Gédéon Horace
Seconder of Address: Guillet, George

House of Commons Debates: 1882-02-10, p. 3, 6
House of Commons Journals: 1882-02-10, vol. 16, p. 13


(03) 3rd Session (1880-12-09 - 1881-03-21)

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Mover of Address: Beaty, James
Seconder of Address: Vanasse, Fabien

House of Commons Debates: 1880-12-10, p. 3, 6
House of Commons Journals: 1880-12-10, vol. 15, p. 11


(02) 2nd Session (1880-02-12 - 1880-05-07)

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Mover of Address: Richey, Matthew Henry
Seconder of Address: Houde, Frédéric

House of Commons Debates: 1880-02-13, p. 4, 9
House of Commons Journals: 1880-02-13, vol. 14, p. 17


(01) 1st Session (1879-02-13 - 1879-05-15)

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Mover of Address: Brecken, Frederick de St Croix
Seconder of Address: Tassé, Joseph

House of Commons Debates: 1879-02-17, p. 6, 12
House of Commons Journals: 1879-02-17, vol. 13, p. 10


Budgets

Date of First Budget: 1879-03-14

Number of Days Between General Election and First Budget: 178 days

Number of Days Between Opening of Parliament and First Budget: 29 days


Date: 1882-02-24

House of Commons Debates: pp. 78-88

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tilley, Samuel Leonard


Date: 1881-02-18

House of Commons Debates: pp. 1018-29

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tilley, Samuel Leonard


Date: 1880-03-09

House of Commons Debates: pp. 509-24

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tilley, Samuel Leonard


Date: 1879-03-14

House of Commons Debates: pp. 409-30

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tilley, Samuel Leonard

(budget) (addendum) 1879.03.26 (6 months, 9 days)


Senate Nominations

Senate Appointments
Name Province / Territory Date of Appointment
Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson Ontario 1880-04-03
Almon, William Johnston Nova Scotia 1879-04-15
McKay, Thomas Nova Scotia 1881-12-24
McInnes, Thomas Robert British Columbia 1881-12-24
Boyd, John New Brunswick 1880-02-11
Skead, James Ontario 1881-12-24
Northwood, Joseph Ontario 1880-05-19
Nelson, Hugh British Columbia 1879-12-12
MacInnes, Donald Ontario 1881-12-24
Howlan, George William Prince Edward Island 1881-01-05
Bull, Harcourt Burland Ontario 1879-02-24
Ogilvie, Alexander Walker Quebec 1881-12-24
Carvell, Jedediah Slason Prince Edward Island 1879-12-18

By-Elections

Date of Election Name Constituency Political Affiliation
1881-12-19 Guillet, George Northumberland West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-10-18 Manson, David Ames Brome (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1880-08-28 Beaty, James West Toronto (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-08-28 Wheler, George Ontario North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1880-04-17 Holton, Edward Châteauguay (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
1878-11-21 Langevin, Hector-Louis Three Rivers (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1882-03-09 Homer, Joshua Attwood Reynolds New Westminster (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
1878-11-09 Pope, James Colledge Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-07-07 Vanasse, Fabien Yamaska (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-12-09 McConville, Lewis Arthur Joliette (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-12-09 Sutherland, James Oxford North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1880-12-09 Valin, Pierre Vincent Montmorency (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-02-14 Angers, Auguste Réal Montmorency (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-11-17 Blake, Edward Durham West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1880-11-20 Mousseau, Joseph Alfred Bagot (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-11-20 Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-10-23 McLeod, William Mackenzie Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
1879-03-20 Plumb, Josiah Burr Niagara (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-09-29 Barnard, Francis Jones Yale (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
1881-02-16 Irvine, David Carleton (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
1879-02-25 White, John Hastings East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1882-02-16 Tyrwhitt, Richard Simcoe South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-09-10 Scott, Thomas Selkirk (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-14 Baby, Louis François Georges Joliette (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1881-03-31 Reid, James Cariboo (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
1878-11-06 Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-06 Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Terrebonne (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-30 Ryan, Joseph O'Connell Marquette (Manitoba) Liberal Party of Canada
1878-11-04 Tupper, Charles Cumberland (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-04 McDonald, James Pictou (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-04 O'Connor, John Russell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1878-11-04 Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1878-11-04 Tilley, Samuel Leonard City of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
1881-08-17 Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Argenteuil (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1879-08-26 Beauchesne, Pierre-Clovis Bonaventure (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1881-06-18 McDougald, John Pictou (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
1881-06-18 McLelan, Archibald Woodbury Colchester (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
1881-03-25 Crouter, Darius Northumberland East (Ontario) Independent Liberal
1881-03-19 Amyot, Guillaume Bellechasse (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1881-03-19 Cimon, Simon Xavier Charlevoix (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-02-13 Perrault, Joseph Stanislas Charlevoix (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-02-12 Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Argenteuil (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1879-01-09 Bergeron, Joseph Gédéon Horace Beauharnois (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
1879-12-30 Royal, Joseph Provencher (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
1880-01-22 Macdonell, Donald Greenfield Lanark North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1878-11-02 Cartwright, Richard John Huron Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
1880-01-27 Bergin, Darby Cornwall (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative

General Election (1878-09-17)

Name Constituency Political Affiliation
Blanchet, Joseph-Godric Lévis (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Tassé, Joseph Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Currier, Joseph Merrill Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Ogden, Alfred Guysborough (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ryan, Michael Patrick Montreal Centre (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Bunster, Arthur Vancouver (British Columbia) Liberal Party of Canada
Gault, Matthew Hamilton Montreal West (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Girouard, Gilbert Anselme Kent (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Wade, John Chipman Digby (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
De Cosmos, Amor Victoria (British Columbia) Liberal Party of Canada
Macdonald, John Alexander Victoria (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Gigault, Georges Auguste Rouville (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
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
Mongenais, Jean Baptiste Vaudreuil (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cimon, Marie Honorius Ernest Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Williams, Arthur Trefusis Heneage Durham East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Connell, George Heber Carleton (New Brunswick) Independent
Haddow, George Restigouche (New Brunswick) Independent
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)
McIsaac, Angus Antigonish (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Holton, Luther Hamilton Châteauguay (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Ferguson, Charles Frederick Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Brooks, Edward Towle Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Chandler, Edmund Leavens Brome (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Platt, Samuel Toronto East (Ontario) Independent
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)
Bunting, Christopher William Welland (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Olivier, Louis Ephrem Mégantic (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Landry, Auguste-Charles-Philippe-Robert Montmagny (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ross, George William Middlesex West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Mousseau, Joseph Alfred Bagot (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Allison, William Henry Hants (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Macdonald, John Alexander Marquette (Manitoba) Liberal-Conservative
Dugas, Firmin Montcalm (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Elliott, William Peel (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Oliver, Thomas Oxford North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Rouleau, François Fortunat Dorchester (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Cuthbert, Edward Octavian Berthier (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Drew, George Alexander Wellington North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Daoust, Jean-Baptiste Two Mountains (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Muttart, Ephraim Bell King's County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
Macdonald, Augustine Colin King's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal-Conservative
Dumont, Joseph Kamouraska (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Lane, Samuel Johnathan Grey North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
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)
Christie, Thomas Argenteuil (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McLennan, John Glengarry (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Schultz, John Christian Lisgar (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cockburn, James Northumberland West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Valin, Pierre Vincent Montmorency (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Robinson, John Beverley West Toronto (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Rymal, Joseph Wentworth South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Hooper, Edmund John Glyn Lennox (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Brecken, Frederick de St Croix Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
Pope, James Colledge Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDonnell, Samuel Inverness (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
White, John Hastings East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Hackett, Edward Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal-Conservative
Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Baker, George Barnard Missisquoi (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Desaulniers, Louis-Léon Lesieur Saint Maurice (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Vallée, Roch Pamphile Portneuf (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
McLeod, Hugh Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
McDonald, William 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
Glen, Francis Wayland Ontario South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Girouard, Désiré Jacques Cartier (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Pinsonneault, Alfred Laprairie (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Strange, Frederick William York North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Coupal dit La Reine, Sixte Napierville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McKay, Thomas Colchester (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Malouin, Jacques Quebec-Centre (Quebec) Independent
Cayley, Michael Beauharnois (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cameron, Hector Victoria North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Jackson, George Grey South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
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
McCuaig, James Simeon Prince Edward (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Flynn, Edmund Power Richmond (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Hay, Robert Toronto Centre (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Jones, David Ford Leeds South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bill, Silas Tertius Rand Queens (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Thompson, David Haldimand (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Borden, Frederick William Kings (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Thompson, Joshua Spencer Cariboo (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Hughes, Patrick Niagara (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Massue, Louis Huet Richelieu (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Rogers, Alexander Albert (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Burk, Harvey William Durham West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Benoit, Pierre Basile Chambly (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Kranz, Hugo Waterloo North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Robitaille, Théodore Bonaventure (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bannerman, William Renfrew South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Poupore, John Pontiac (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Longley, Avard Annapolis (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Burpee, Charles Sunbury (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Houde, Frédéric Maskinongé (Quebec) Nationalist
Routhier, Félix Prescott (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tellier, Louis St. Hyacinthe (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Smith, Albert James Westmorland (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Gillmor, Arthur Hill Charlotte (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
McQuade, Arthur Victoria South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Kaulbach, Charles Edwin Lunenburg (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Coursol, Michel Charles Joseph Montreal East (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Coughlin, Timothy Middlesex North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Robertson, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Trow, James Perth South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Wallace, Nathaniel Clarke York West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bourbeau, Désiré Olivier Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Daly, Malachy Bowes Halifax (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Richey, Matthew Henry 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
Weldon, Charles Wesley City and County of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Wheler, George Ontario North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Keeler, Joseph Northumberland East (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Orton, George Turner Wellington Centre (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Boultbee, Alfred York East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Merner, Samuel Waterloo South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
McRory, John Addington (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Shaw, Alexander Bruce South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
LaRue, Achille Bellechasse (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McInnes, Thomas Robert New Westminster (British Columbia) Independent
Fulton, Oscar Stormont (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
McCallum, Lachlin Monck (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Fitzsimmons, William Brockville (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bolduc, Joseph Beauce (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Burnham, John Peterborough East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
White, Peter Renfrew North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Huntington, Lucius Seth Shefford (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Cockburn, Alexander Peter Muskoka (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Rykert, John Charles Lincoln (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
O'Connor, John Russell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Montplaisir, Hippolyte Champlain (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Pickard, John York (New Brunswick) Independent Liberal
Guthrie, Donald Wellington South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Hilliard, George Peterborough West (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
McCarthy, D'Alton Simcoe North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Farrow, Thomas Huron North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDonald, Duncan Victoria (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Wiser, John Philip Grenville South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Dawson, Simon James Algoma (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gill, Charles-Ignace Yamaska (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ives, William Bullock Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tremblay, Pierre Alexis Charlevoix (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Gillies, John Bruce North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Macmillan, Duncan Middlesex East (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Desjardins, Alphonse Hochelaga (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Gunn, Alexander Kingston (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Grandbois, Paul Étienne Témiscouata (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
King, George Gerald Queen's (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Arkell, Thomas Elgin East (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
McDougall, William Halton (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Tilley, Samuel Leonard City of St. John (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Patterson, James Colebrooke Essex (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Little, William Carruthers Simcoe South (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Dubuc, Joseph Provencher (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ross, John Sylvester Dundas (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Hesson, Samuel Rollin Perth North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wallace, William Norfolk South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Horton, Horace Huron Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Skinner, James Atchison Oxford South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Cameron, Malcolm Colin Huron South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Snowball, Jabez Bunting Northumberland (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Dewdney, Edgar Yale (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Méthot, François Xavier Ovide Nicolet (Quebec) Independent Conservative
Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Terrebonne (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Hurteau, Hilaire L'Assomption (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Rinfret, Côme Isaïe Lotbinière (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
White, Thomas Cardwell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Sproule, Thomas Simpson Grey East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Kilvert, Francis Edwin Hamilton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Robertson, Thomas Hamilton (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Laurier, Wilfrid Quebec East (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada

Party Standings in the Senate

Date Cons. Nat. Ref. Nat. Lib. Ind. Cons. Lib. Lib.-Cons. Ind. Vacant Total
1882-05-18
(Dissolution)
33 2 0 1 1 24 13 1 3 78
1878-09-17
(Election)
36 2 1 1 1 29 7 0 1 78

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1880-05-09 Senator:  Brown, George
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1880-04-03 Senator:  Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1879-04-15 Senator:  Almon, William Johnston
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1882-05-21 Senator:  O'Donohoe, John
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1880-12-15 Senator:  Christie, David
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1881-12-24 Senator:  McKay, Thomas
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1881-12-24 Senator:  McInnes, Thomas Robert
Province / Territory:  British Columbia
Political Affiliation:  Independent

Appointed
1880-02-11 Senator:  Boyd, John
Province / Territory:  New Brunswick
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1881-01-20 Senator:  Skead, James
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1881-12-24 Senator:  Skead, James
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1879-07 Senator:  Haviland, Thomas Heath
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1880-05-19 Senator:  Northwood, Joseph
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1879-12-12 Senator:  Nelson, Hugh
Province / Territory:  British Columbia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1881-12-24 Senator:  MacInnes, Donald
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1879-09-19 Senator:  Carrall, Robert William Weir
Province / Territory:  British Columbia
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1881-01-05 Senator:  Howlan, George William
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Appointed
1880-12-27 Senator:  Howlan, George William
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Resignation
1882-05-30 Senator:  Aikins, James Cox
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation
1880-02-10 Senator:  Wilmot, Robert Duncan
Province / Territory:  New Brunswick
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1881-07 Senator:  Cornwall, Clement Francis
Province / Territory:  British Columbia
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1879-02-24 Senator:  Bull, Harcourt Burland
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1881-08-12 Senator:  Bull, Harcourt Burland
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1881-10-11 Senator:  Penny, Edward Goff
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1881-12-24 Senator:  Ogilvie, Alexander Walker
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1879-04-10 Senator:  Northup, Jeremiah
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1881-08-23 Senator:  Brouse, William Henry
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Reformer

Death
1881-05-20 Senator:  McLelan, Archibald Woodbury
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation
1879-12-18 Senator:  Carvell, Jedediah Slason
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1880-03-23 Senator:  Seymour, Benjamin
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death

Party Standings in the House of Commons

Date Lib. Cons. Vacant Total
1878-09-17
(Election)
69 137 0 206

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1881-03-19 M.P.:  Amyot, Guillaume
Constituency:  Bellechasse (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-02-16 M.P.:  Tyrwhitt, Richard
Constituency:  Simcoe South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-08-28 M.P.:  Beaty, James
Constituency:  West Toronto (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-02-14 M.P.:  Angers, Auguste Réal
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-11-12 M.P.:  Angers, Auguste Réal
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Puisne Judge of the Superior Court of Quebec.
1881-08-17 M.P.:  Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell
Constituency:  Argenteuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-02-12 M.P.:  Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell
Constituency:  Argenteuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1881-07-13 M.P.:  Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell
Constituency:  Argenteuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Election declared void 1881.07.13.
1879-10-23 M.P.:  McLeod, William Mackenzie
Constituency:  Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McLeod, William Mackenzie
Constituency:  Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a by-election following the death of his brother.
1879-09-29 M.P.:  Barnard, Francis Jones
Constituency:  Yale (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Routhier, Félix
Constituency:  Prescott (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Skinner, James Atchison
Constituency:  Oxford South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Stephenson, Rufus
Constituency:  Kent (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1881-06-18 M.P.:  McLelan, Archibald Woodbury
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1881-03-19 M.P.:  Cimon, Simon Xavier
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Hooper, Edmund John Glyn
Constituency:  Lennox (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Arkell, Thomas
Constituency:  Elgin East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Ogden, Alfred
Constituency:  Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Farrow, Thomas
Constituency:  Huron North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Anglin, Timothy Warren
Constituency:  Gloucester (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Jackson, George
Constituency:  Grey South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Cameron, Malcolm Colin
Constituency:  Huron South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Schultz, John Christian
Constituency:  Lisgar (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1880-12-09 M.P.:  McConville, Lewis Arthur
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McConville, Lewis Arthur
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Lane, Samuel Johnathan
Constituency:  Grey North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Drew, George Alexander
Constituency:  Wellington North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1881-03-25 M.P.:  Crouter, Darius
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Crouter, Darius
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Boultbee, Alfred
Constituency:  York East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Patterson, James Colebrooke
Constituency:  Essex (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Fulton, Oscar
Constituency:  Stormont (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Rochester, John
Constituency:  Carleton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Wade, John Chipman
Constituency:  Digby (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Borden, Frederick William
Constituency:  Kings (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Kaulbach, Charles Edwin
Constituency:  Lunenburg (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McDougall, William
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McCuaig, James Simeon
Constituency:  Prince Edward (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Merner, Samuel
Constituency:  Waterloo South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1880-09-10 M.P.:  Scott, Thomas
Constituency:  Selkirk (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Scott, Thomas
Constituency:  Selkirk (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1879-06-09 M.P.:  Dewdney, Edgar
Constituency:  Yale (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Becomes Indian Commissioner of Manitoba and North West Territories.
1879-10-18 M.P.:  Burk, Harvey William
Constituency:  Durham West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Resignation. To allow Edward Blake to run for office.
1882-03-09 M.P.:  Homer, Joshua Attwood Reynolds
Constituency:  New Westminster (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Poupore, John
Constituency:  Pontiac (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Ross, John Sylvester
Constituency:  Dundas (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Tellier, Louis
Constituency:  St. Hyacinthe (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1879-05-19 M.P.:  Gill, Charles-Ignace
Constituency:  Yamaska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Puisne Judge of the Superior Court of Quebec.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Elliott, William
Constituency:  Peel (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  De Cosmos, Amor
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1879-07-25 M.P.:  Robitaille, Théodore
Constituency:  Bonaventure (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation 1879/07/25. Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Cimon, Marie Honorius Ernest
Constituency:  Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Jones, David Ford
Constituency:  Leeds South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1881-11-14 M.P.:  Cockburn, James
Constituency:  Northumberland West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Chairman of the Commission for the codification of the Dominion Statutory Law.
1879-07-07 M.P.:  Vanasse, Fabien
Constituency:  Yamaska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-11-07 M.P.:  Mousseau, Joseph Alfred
Constituency:  Bagot (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed President of the Privy Council.
1880-11-20 M.P.:  Mousseau, Joseph Alfred
Constituency:  Bagot (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Ryan, Joseph O'Connell
Constituency:  Marquette (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Strange, Frederick William
Constituency:  York North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1881-06-18 M.P.:  McDougald, John
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1881-12-19 M.P.:  Guillet, George
Constituency:  Northumberland West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Currier, Joseph Merrill
Constituency:  Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1881-02-16 M.P.:  Irvine, David
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-01-09 M.P.:  Christie, Thomas
Constituency:  Argenteuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Election declared void.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Brown, James
Constituency:  Hastings West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Bunster, Arthur
Constituency:  Vancouver (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1881-05-23 M.P.:  McKay, Thomas
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation.
1881-01-21 M.P.:  Keeler, Joseph
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Died in office.
1880-01-22 M.P.:  Macdonell, Donald Greenfield
Constituency:  Lanark North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Macdonell, Donald Greenfield
Constituency:  Lanark North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McQuade, Arthur
Constituency:  Victoria South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Olivier, Louis Ephrem
Constituency:  Mégantic (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1880-01-27 M.P.:  Bergin, Darby
Constituency:  Cornwall (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Bergin, Darby
Constituency:  Cornwall (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Election declared void.
1879-12-24 M.P.:  Bergin, Darby
Constituency:  Cornwall (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Election declared void.
1879-11-17 M.P.:  Blake, Edward
Constituency:  Durham West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Dumont, Joseph
Constituency:  Kamouraska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Malouin, Jacques
Constituency:  Quebec-Centre (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Brecken, Frederick de St Croix
Constituency:  Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Bannerman, William
Constituency:  Renfrew South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1880-03-14 M.P.:  Holton, Luther Hamilton
Constituency:  Châteauguay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Wiser, John Philip
Constituency:  Grenville South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Vallée, Roch Pamphile
Constituency:  Portneuf (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1880-06-30 M.P.:  Robinson, John Beverley
Constituency:  West Toronto (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Haddow, George
Constituency:  Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Rogers, Alexander
Constituency:  Albert (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1879-08-05 M.P.:  McLeod, Hugh
Constituency:  Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Shaw, Alexander
Constituency:  Bruce South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Rykert, John Charles
Constituency:  Lincoln (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1880-11-20 M.P.:  Caron, Adolphe-Philippe
Constituency:  Quebec County (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-11-07 M.P.:  Caron, Adolphe-Philippe
Constituency:  Quebec County (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Minister of Militia and Defence.
1880-11-08 M.P.:  Oliver, Thomas
Constituency:  Oxford North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Rymal, Joseph
Constituency:  Wentworth South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1880-12-09 M.P.:  Valin, Pierre Vincent
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1880-01-09 M.P.:  Valin, Pierre Vincent
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Election declared void.
1880-06-21 M.P.:  Smith, Donald Alexander
Constituency:  Selkirk (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Conservative

Election declared void 1880.05.13.
1881-02-11 M.P.:  LaRue, Achille
Constituency:  Bellechasse (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Election declared void.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Bunting, Christopher William
Constituency:  Welland (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McDonald, Duncan
Constituency:  Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Doull, Robert
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1879-03-20 M.P.:  Plumb, Josiah Burr
Constituency:  Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Plumb, Josiah Burr
Constituency:  Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Election declared void.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Cockburn, Alexander Peter
Constituency:  Muskoka (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1880-12-09 M.P.:  Sutherland, James
Constituency:  Oxford North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Macdonald, Augustine Colin
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1881-12-23 M.P.:  McInnes, Thomas Robert
Constituency:  New Westminster (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

Resignation. Called to the Senate.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Mongenais, Jean Baptiste
Constituency:  Vaudreuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Brooks, Edward Towle
Constituency:  Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1879-11-12 M.P.:  Dubuc, Joseph
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Puisne Judge of the Court of Queen's Bench for Manitoba.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Coupal dit La Reine, Sixte
Constituency:  Napierville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1879-12-17 M.P.:  Galbraith, Daniel
Constituency:  Lanark North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Pope, James Colledge
Constituency:  Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Minister of Marine and Fisheries.
1880-12-20 M.P.:  Thompson, Joshua Spencer
Constituency:  Cariboo (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Bill, Silas Tertius Rand
Constituency:  Queens (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Gillies, John
Constituency:  Bruce North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Fleming, Gavin
Constituency:  Brant North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1879-08-26 M.P.:  Beauchesne, Pierre-Clovis
Constituency:  Bonaventure (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Beauchesne, Pierre-Clovis
Constituency:  Bonaventure (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue
Constituency:  Terrebonne (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Minister of Militia and Defence, October 19, 1878.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Wallace, William
Constituency:  Norfolk South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1881-05-19 M.P.:  McDonald, James
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Minister of Justice and Attorney General, October 17, 1878.
1879-02-13 M.P.:  Perrault, Joseph Stanislas
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1881-02-11 M.P.:  Perrault, Joseph Stanislas
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Election declared void.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  O'Connor, John
Constituency:  Russell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed President of the Privy Council.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Rouleau, François Fortunat
Constituency:  Dorchester (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1879-03-20 M.P.:  Hughes, Patrick
Constituency:  Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Election declared void.
1880-10-18 M.P.:  Manson, David Ames
Constituency:  Brome (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Manson, David Ames
Constituency:  Brome (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1880-08-21 M.P.:  Chandler, Edmund Leavens
Constituency:  Brome (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Platt, Samuel
Constituency:  Toronto East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Macdonald, John Alexander
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation. Becomes Prime Minister, October 17, 1878. Elected for Victoria and Marquette. Chose to sit for Victoria.
1880-10-28 M.P.:  Baby, Louis François Georges
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation. Appointed Minister of Inland Revenue, October 26, 1878.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McDonnell, Samuel
Constituency:  Inverness (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Mackenzie, Alexander
Constituency:  Lambton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  McLennan, John
Constituency:  Glengarry (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Killam, Frank
Constituency:  Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Snowball, Jabez Bunting
Constituency:  Northumberland (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1881-03-31 M.P.:  Reid, James
Constituency:  Cariboo (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Ryan, Michael Patrick
Constituency:  Montreal Centre (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Muttart, Ephraim Bell
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1881-02-15 M.P.:  Connell, George Heber
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Domville, James
Constituency:  King's (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1879-02-25 M.P.:  White, John
Constituency:  Hastings East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald
Constituency:  Rimouski (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1879-12-30 M.P.:  Royal, Joseph
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Huntington, Lucius Seth
Constituency:  Shefford (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Mills, David
Constituency:  Bothwell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1880-06-10 M.P.:  Wheler, George
Constituency:  Ontario North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Election declared void.
1880-08-28 M.P.:  Wheler, George
Constituency:  Ontario North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Wheler, George
Constituency:  Ontario North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Election declared void.
1881-12-31 M.P.:  Little, William Carruthers
Constituency:  Simcoe South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Died in office.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Smith, Albert James
Constituency:  Westmorland (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Longley, Avard
Constituency:  Annapolis (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1880-04-17 M.P.:  Holton, Edward
Constituency:  Châteauguay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Cartwright, Richard John
Constituency:  Huron Centre (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Flynn, Edmund Power
Constituency:  Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1882-06-19 M.P.:  Guthrie, Donald
Constituency:  Wellington South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 

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 Almon, William Johnston Nova Scotia 1879-04-15
Liberal-Conservative Archibald, Thomas Dickson Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Armand, Joseph François Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Baillargeon, Pierre Quebec 1874-03-27
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
Conservative (1867-1942) Boucher de Boucherville, Charles Eugène Quebec 1879-02-12
Liberal-Conservative Bourinot, John Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Boyd, John New Brunswick 1880-02-11
Liberal Party of Canada Bureau, Jacques-Olivier Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Campbell, Alexander Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Carvell, Jedediah Slason Prince Edward Island 1879-12-18
Liberal Party of Canada Chaffers, William Henry Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Chapais, Jean-Charles Quebec 1868-01-30
Conservative (1867-1942) Chinic, Eugène Quebec 1873-04-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Cochrane, Matthew Henry Quebec 1872-10-17
Nationalist Liberal Cormier, Charles Quebec 1867-10-23
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
Nationalist Fabre, Hector Quebec 1875-02-05
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
Liberal-Conservative Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson Ontario 1880-04-03
Conservative (1867-1942) Girard, Marc-Amable Manitoba 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Glasier, John New Brunswick 1868-03-14
Liberal Party of Canada Grant, Robert Patterson Nova Scotia 1877-02-02
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
Liberal Party of Canada Haythorne, Robert Poore Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Liberal Party of Canada Hope, Adam Ontario 1877-01-03
Liberal Party of Canada Howlan, George William Prince Edward Island 1881-01-05
Conservative (1867-1942) Kaulback, Henry Adolphus Newman Nova Scotia 1872-03-27
Liberal Party of Canada Leonard, Elijah Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Lewin, James Davies New Brunswick 1876-11-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Macdonald, William John British Columbia 1871-12-13
Conservative (1867-1942) Macfarlane, Alexander Nova Scotia 1870-10-10
Liberal-Conservative MacInnes, Donald Ontario 1881-12-24
Conservative (1867-1942) Macpherson, David Lewis Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada McClelan, Abner Reid New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Independent McInnes, Thomas Robert British Columbia 1881-12-24
Liberal-Conservative McKay, Thomas Nova Scotia 1881-12-24
Liberal Party of Canada McMaster, William Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Miller, William Nova Scotia 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-Conservative Nelson, Hugh British Columbia 1879-12-12
Liberal-Conservative Northwood, Joseph Ontario 1880-05-19
Conservative (1867-1942) Odell, William Hunter New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Ogilvie, Alexander Walker Quebec 1881-12-24
Liberal Party of Canada Pâquet, Anselme Homère Quebec 1874-12-09
Liberal Party of Canada Pelletier, Charles Alphonse Pantaléon Quebec 1877-02-02
Liberal Party of Canada Power, Lawrence Geoffrey Nova Scotia 1877-02-02
Nationalist Pozer, Christian Henry Quebec 1876-09-20
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-Conservative Ryan, Thomas Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Scott, Richard William Ontario 1874-03-13
Liberal Party of Canada Simpson, John Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Skead, James Ontario 1881-12-24
Conservative (1867-1942) Smith, Frank Ontario 1871-02-02
Liberal Party of Canada Stevens, Gardner Green Quebec 1876-02-12
Independent Conservative Sutherland, John Manitoba 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Thibaudeau, Joseph-Rosaire Quebec 1878-01-04
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

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)
Conservative (1867-1942) Allison, William Henry Hants (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Amyot, Guillaume Bellechasse (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Anglin, Timothy Warren Gloucester (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Arkell, Thomas Elgin East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Baker, George Barnard Missisquoi (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bannerman, William Renfrew South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Barnard, Francis Jones Yale (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Beaty, James West Toronto (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Beauchesne, Pierre-Clovis Bonaventure (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Béchard, François Iberville (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Benoit, Pierre Basile Chambly (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bergeron, Joseph Gédéon Horace Beauharnois (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Bergin, Darby Cornwall (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Bill, Silas Tertius Rand Queens (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Blake, Edward Durham West (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Blanchet, Joseph-Godric Lévis (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bolduc, Joseph Beauce (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Borden, Frederick William Kings (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Boultbee, Alfred York East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bourassa, François St. John's (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bourbeau, Désiré Olivier Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brecken, Frederick de St Croix Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brooks, Edward Towle Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brown, James Hastings West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bunster, Arthur Vancouver (British Columbia)
Liberal-Conservative Bunting, Christopher William Welland (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Burnham, John Peterborough East (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, Hector Victoria North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Cameron, Malcolm Colin Huron South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Carling, John London (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Cartwright, Richard John Huron Centre (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casey, George Elliott Elgin West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casgrain, Philippe Baby L'Islet (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Charlton, John Norfolk North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cimon, Marie Honorius Ernest Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cimon, Simon Xavier Charlevoix (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Cockburn, Alexander Peter Muskoka (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Coughlin, Timothy Middlesex North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Coupal dit La Reine, Sixte Napierville (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Coursol, Michel Charles Joseph Montreal East (Quebec)
Independent Liberal Crouter, Darius Northumberland East (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Currier, Joseph Merrill Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cuthbert, Edward Octavian Berthier (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Daly, Malachy Bowes Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Daoust, Jean-Baptiste Two Mountains (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dawson, Simon James Algoma (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada De Cosmos, Amor Victoria (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Desaulniers, Louis-Léon Lesieur Saint Maurice (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Desjardins, Alphonse Hochelaga (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Domville, James King's (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Doull, Robert Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Drew, George Alexander Wellington North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dugas, Firmin Montcalm (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Dumont, Joseph Kamouraska (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Elliott, William Peel (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Farrow, Thomas Huron North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ferguson, Charles Frederick Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Fitzsimmons, William Brockville (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Fleming, Gavin Brant North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Flynn, Edmund Power Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Fortin, Pierre Gaspé (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Fulton, Oscar Stormont (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gault, Matthew Hamilton Montreal West (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gigault, Georges Auguste Rouville (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Gillies, John Bruce North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Gillmor, Arthur Hill Charlotte (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Girouard, Désiré Jacques Cartier (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Girouard, Gilbert Anselme Kent (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Glen, Francis Wayland Ontario South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Grandbois, Paul Étienne Témiscouata (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Guillet, George Northumberland West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Gunn, Alexander Kingston (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Guthrie, Donald Wellington South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Hackett, Edward Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Independent Haddow, George Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Hay, Robert Toronto Centre (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Hesson, Samuel Rollin Perth North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Hilliard, George Peterborough West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Holton, Edward Châteauguay (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Homer, Joshua Attwood Reynolds New Westminster (British Columbia)
Liberal-Conservative Hooper, Edmund John Glyn Lennox (Ontario)
Nationalist Houde, Frédéric Maskinongé (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Huntington, Lucius Seth Shefford (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Hurteau, Hilaire L'Assomption (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Irvine, David Carleton (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ives, William Bullock Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Jackson, George Grey South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Jones, David Ford Leeds South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kaulbach, Charles Edwin Lunenburg (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Killam, Frank Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kilvert, Francis Edwin Hamilton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada King, George Gerald Queen's (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kranz, Hugo Waterloo North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Landry, Auguste-Charles-Philippe-Robert Montmagny (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Lane, Samuel Johnathan Grey North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Langevin, Hector-Louis Three Rivers (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Lantier, Jacques Philippe Soulanges (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Laurier, Wilfrid Quebec East (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Longley, Avard Annapolis (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Macdonald, Augustine Colin King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal-Conservative Macdonald, John Alexander Victoria (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Macdonell, Donald Greenfield Lanark North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Mackenzie, Alexander Lambton (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Macmillan, Duncan Middlesex East (Ontario)
Independent Malouin, Jacques Quebec-Centre (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Manson, David Ames Brome (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Terrebonne (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Massue, Louis Huet Richelieu (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative McCallum, Lachlin Monck (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) McCarthy, D'Alton Simcoe North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) McConville, Lewis Arthur Joliette (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) McCuaig, James Simeon Prince Edward (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada McDonald, Duncan Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McDonald, William Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada McDonnell, Samuel Inverness (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McDougald, John Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McDougall, William Halton (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada McIsaac, Angus Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McLelan, Archibald Woodbury Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McLennan, John Glengarry (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative McLeod, William Mackenzie Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) McQuade, Arthur Victoria South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) McRory, John Addington (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Merner, Samuel Waterloo South (Ontario)
Independent Conservative Méthot, François Xavier Ovide Nicolet (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mongenais, Jean Baptiste Vaudreuil (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Montplaisir, Hippolyte Champlain (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mousseau, Joseph Alfred Bagot (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Muttart, Ephraim Bell King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Conservative (1867-1942) O'Connor, John Russell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ogden, Alfred Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Olivier, Louis Ephrem Mégantic (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Orton, George Turner Wellington Centre (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Patterson, James Colebrooke Essex (Ontario)
Independent Liberal Pickard, John York (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Pinsonneault, Alfred Laprairie (Quebec)
Independent Platt, Samuel Toronto East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Plumb, Josiah Burr Niagara (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Pope, James Colledge Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal-Conservative Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Poupore, John Pontiac (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Reid, James Cariboo (British Columbia)
Liberal-Conservative Richey, Matthew Henry Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Rinfret, Côme Isaïe Lotbinière (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Robertson, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Robertson, Thomas Hamilton (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Rochester, John Carleton (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Rogers, Alexander Albert (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Ross, George William Middlesex West (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ross, John Sylvester Dundas (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Rouleau, François Fortunat Dorchester (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Routhier, Félix Prescott (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Royal, Joseph Provencher (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Ryan, Joseph O'Connell Marquette (Manitoba)
Liberal-Conservative Ryan, Michael Patrick Montreal Centre (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Rykert, John Charles Lincoln (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Rymal, Joseph Wentworth South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Schultz, John Christian Lisgar (Manitoba)
Conservative (1867-1942) Scott, Thomas Selkirk (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Shaw, Alexander Bruce South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Skinner, James Atchison Oxford South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Smith, Albert James Westmorland (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Snowball, Jabez Bunting Northumberland (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Sproule, Thomas Simpson Grey East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Stephenson, Rufus Kent (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Strange, Frederick William York North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Sutherland, James Oxford North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tassé, Joseph Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tellier, Louis St. Hyacinthe (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Thompson, David Haldimand (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Tilley, Samuel Leonard City of St. John (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Trow, James Perth South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tupper, Charles Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tyrwhitt, Richard Simcoe South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Valin, Pierre Vincent Montmorency (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Vallée, Roch Pamphile Portneuf (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Vanasse, Fabien Yamaska (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wade, John Chipman Digby (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wallace, Nathaniel Clarke York West (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wallace, William Norfolk South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Weldon, Charles Wesley City and County of St. John (New Brunswick)
Liberal Party of Canada Wheler, George Ontario North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, John Hastings East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, Peter Renfrew North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, Thomas Cardwell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Williams, Arthur Trefusis Heneage Durham East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Wiser, John Philip Grenville South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island)