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Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Fourth LegislativeAssembly of Manitoba (1879-1883)

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The Assembly was elected on 16 December 1879.

Session

Opening

Prorogation

Dissolution

1

22 January 1880

14 February 1880

 

2

16 December 1880

23 December 1880

 

3

3 March 1881

25 May 1881

 

4

27 April 1882

30 May 1882

13 November 1882

 

John Norquay
John Norquay

(Premier)

John Wright Sifton
John Wright Sifton

(Speaker)

Thomas Spence
Thomas Spence

(Clerk)

John McDougall
John McDougall

(Sergeant-at-Arms)


James Somerset Aikins
John Somerset Aikins

(Rockwood)

James Peterkin Alexander
James Peterkin Alexander

(Turtle Mountain)

Patrice Breland
Patrice Breland

(St. Francois Xavier)

Corydon Partlow Brown
Corydon Partlow Brown

(Gladstone)

Thomas Carney
Thomas Carney

(Emerson, byelection in August 1880)

Stephen Clement
Stephen Clement

(Birtle)

James Cowan
James Cowan

(Portage la Prairie)

Thomas Crerar
John Crerar

(Minnedosa)

John Andrew Davidson
John Andrew Davidson

(Dauphin)

John Aldham Kyte Drummond
John Aldham Kyte Drummond

(High Bluff)

Charles B. Edie
Charles B. Edie

(Springfield, byelection in August 1882)

Marc Amable Girard
Marc Amable Girard

(Baie St. Paul)

Maxime Goulet
Maxime Goulet

(LaVerendrye)

Thomas Greenway
Thomas Greenway

(Mountain)

Edward Henry George Gunson Hay
Edward Henry George Gunson Hay

(St. Clements)

Alexander Kittson
Alexander Kittson

(St. Agathe)

Alphonse Alfred Clement LaRiviere
Alphonse Alfred Clement LaRiviere

(St. Boniface)

Andrew Laughlin
Andrew Laughlin

(Dufferin North)

Edward Phillip Leacock
Edward Phillip Leacock

(Birtle, byelection in August 1882)

F. Wesley Lipsett
Francis Wesley Lipsett

(Woodlands)

Gilbert McMicken
Gilbert McMicken

(Cartier)

Daniel Hunter McMillan
Daniel Hunter McMillan

(Winnipeg)

Alexander Murray
Alexander Murray

(Assiniboia)

William Hill Nash
William Hill Nash

(Emerson)

John Norquay
John Norquay

(St. Andrews)

Louis Arthur Prudhomme
Louis Arthur Prudhomme

(LaVerendrye, byelection in July 1882)

Arthur Wellington Ross
Arthur Wellington Ross

(Springfield)

Thomas Scott
Thomas Scott

(Winnipeg)

John Wright Sifton
John Wright Sifton

(Brandon)

John Smith
John Smith

(Burnside)

Alexander MacBeth Sutherland
Alexander MacBeth Sutherland

(Kildonan & St. Paul)

Joseph Noel Taillefer
Joseph Noel Taillefer

(Morris)

David Marr Walker
David Marr Walker

(Westbourne)

William Winram
William Winram

(Dufferin South)

 

 

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 30 April 2014

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