Of tihe majorily elected after a poll. M. Hnit, Thrce Ri- real estatls of the value of ?1000 and upwards. They havc vo
vers, unsuccessful CAndidate. Population 21,066. pay. The average disbursements, occasioned by attending durin,
Borough of TH ILEE 1IVERS. one Parliament, for members residieg at a distance, is from ?1lC0
P. B. Dctroulit, Advocate, anl extensive Proprietor; niative to ?200. It Will be observed, that of the fifty member: tilirty-
of Lower-Canada, District of Tbree Rlivers, resident at 'l`hree thrcee are nativesa; or residle-in the districts of Quebec aid 'Ilhrte
Rivers. Necv ilember. Riivers, aid GaCp?,containiig onilv albout n third of thc populatioi.
C. R. Ogden, Solicitor-General; native of Lower. Canada, Qtie- iFrquaiet attempts have been made, oai the part of the Aitliri.is-
bec, resideit Mlontreal. Served three Parliaments. tratioa, to excite ic the lousie local jealotisies; but tllcy lha'e
Electel after a poll, in which A Berthelot, member of the always failed both with the membets and the Conatry.
majority, of the late Assembly, was the unsuiccessful Candi-
date. M. Ogden was of the minority, and elected in opposi- 1ECAPTlIULAlTION.
tin to I. Dumanoulin itt 1826, instead of Ml. Renvoyz?, de- St Counties, 3 of wtich sxid onlv i hiembvr each 39
ceased. Population 2452.
Ctotntynof HAMPSHIRE. 2 Citiex, 4 Members ecch.
Coiinty of HATIII-'SHIRE. ~~~~~~~ Boroug;h:;.........................;.... .............
F. X. LarLe, Natary and Landholder; native of Lover-cCanada,
of the County, resident at Pt. aux Trembles. Served two
Parliaments. PC c n t.
PLACE oF BIRT'II.
Joahn Cannon, a wealthy proprietor, tative of Newfoundland,rc- Natives of Loer- Caitla. 6
sident Quebec. New Meinber. f rat ritai
Of G;reat Britain ............ 2
1MI. Lorae was of the majority. Elected after n poll, in Other British D ottcious . o
rhich M. Dr,olrt, the former Membier, also of the majority, and
M. Dorion, of St. Anne, v.ere the unsuccessful Candidates.
Ciunty of QUEBEC. rY lice p ra
In the places they rlo'teseAt ......... .%5
J. NTeilson, I'tonrittor, (forineriy printer aitd bookseller, Quc. Not revidant, Ltut Nalives of do. .. -4
bec); nativc of Scotlind, residetit at St. For, in lte Cotinty. Non-Residecl;s & ???conitected by birth 7
Served faur Parliiments.
Slichel Clouet, narlhantd acii Pproprietor; native of Lowcr-Ca--
nada, Beauport, in the Couity, resident at Quebec. Served? is e SUrO.
two Parliaments. hEPS0:SPOT
~twac~ Parl~iamet~ncctis. ~Landholders anid P'roprietors living on
Boih of the majority. Elected after a Poll, in whieh G. II. their mc
Rylntid, of the Executivc Couiucil Office, son of the Hoat. H. Cultivting Prolrietors .7-19
W. Rtyland, was the unsuccessful Candidate. Population, in- Mlerchants and Coamissioet Fverctants .5
ctud?nr city, 28,62:5. l)~Dilto in the ititernal trade. 9-1
City of QUEiEC.-UPPER TOwer. Practising Advocates ................
J . Vallieres de St. Real, Advocate and Proprietor; native Notarie .........
of Laower-Cadnad a, Quebec, and resident. Served four Physicians . ,.. 5-l
Parliaments. I ..................................
Andrewt Stuart, Advocate and Landholder; native of Upper- Pui Empymet
Canada, resident Upper Town. Served four Parliaments.
f1. Vallieres was of tle minority on some of the Itesolutions
on the Finance Question, but vottd to adhere to the Act of C s.
Church of Rome ..... ~~~,~~~~~~ 42
Supply of 1825. M. Stuart was of the minority. They uere cc Rame......................... 2
Sappix~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~---- Englan d ................
elected after a poil, in which M. Vanfelson, Advocate Gen. --- Scotiand .
snd M. Bertelilot, who representerl Three Rivers in the [last Ucei * - -
Parliament, ac?d voted with the najority, were thc unsuccessful _ . ............
Candidates. Yoprulation, 10,188.
City of QUEBEC.-Lowii TOWN. eLta CtLa 50
Jean Belannger, Notary and IProprietor; native of Lower-Canada, Caatr cigt ec.
Qutebec resitient. Served one Parliament. Country (or clique according to the admi-
T. ,l. Young, Aditaor or Public Accounts, and Proprietor; na- nistration writers) ............. . 46
tive of Lower.Canada, Quebec, resident. Served one Parlia- Every measure of every administralion men 2
ment. Occasional ditto ...........--4-50
M. Belangcer sas ofthe majority, M. Young of the Mino- (The real number of itudivlduals elected is only 49, one is
ritv. Elected after a poll, in which T. Lce, formelly member therefore classed on supposition.)
for Northumberland, was the unsuccessful Candidate. Popu-
lation 10,198. for both towns 20,536. IINORITY OF TE LATE OUSE OF ASSEMBL.
Couttty of NORTHUMBERLAND. Messrs. J. Stuart. Attorney General, (for Sorel rejected.)
M.P. De Sales Lateriere, Physician and Seigneur; native of Ogden,SolicitorGeneral (farThreeirerr-eeeed.)
Ogden,~~~~?v Soicitr~ Genral(o heiers re-elected.)
Lower-Canada, Quebec, resident Eboulements, in the Colanty. Taschereau, Police Magistrate (for Gasp? replaced Lty
Served one Parliament. Mr. Christie.)
E. C. Lague2tx, Marchand and Proprietor; native of the Young, AuditorofProvin.Accounts (fo L.T. ehe-eiCied
County, resident Quebec. Member of several Parliamnen ts tor Simpson, Collector at Coteau (for CountyYork rejected.)
the same County. Davidson, Warden of Forests(CountyDorchester rejected)
M. De Sales l.aterriere was of the majoritr. Mr. Fraser. Dumont, Seigneur St. Eustache (CountyYork rejected.)
also of the majority, declirned. Elected alter a poll, T. Lee. Despres, Proprietor, Devon, (rejected.)
a former Member for the County, being the unsuccessful Can- A. Stuart, Adnocate, Upper Tcn, (re-elected.)
didate. Population 11,2i0. The Electors, excepting in towns atnd borouaghs, are all lire-
County of ORIEANS. tolders; the Population is about v600,000oo, eleven twelfths agre.i-
Fean?ois Qtiroiiet, Merchant and Proprietor; native of Lower- cultural, andi one-twelfth professions and Trades and publi era-
Canada, Quebec, resident. Served in three Parliaments. Po- plovments. Natives of Lowevr-Canada about eiglith-niuthsa; Ca-
pulation 4.02-2. tholics, nine-tenths; Church of England and Scotland, about
(In nearly all the Counties, Candidates in o?losition to the ha!f of this tenth. The agriculturists have about fourteen mern-
Members of the Majority, were announced, btit tley didl Iot bers less than their share; natives two less; professions and
appiear, or declined a coll.) trades six over; Catholics tao less than tlieir share; Chnrch of
* These Advocates either do net practice, or only on particu- England double its share; Scotland its siare; ot.her protestanta
lar occasions. none. Distitnctions oai these headsihavc bcei attempteid btii did
>. All the rembers, exceptiite tno or Lhree, possess ret prevail durierg ihe atie electioi.