18th New Brunswick Legislature

The 18th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly represented New Brunswick between June 24, 1857, and May 14, 1861.

The assembly sat at the pleasure of the Governor of New Brunswick John Henry Thomas Manners-Sutton.

James A. Harding was chosen as speaker for the house. In 1859, John M. Johnson was chosen as speaker after Harding resigned his seat.

List of membersEdit

Electoral District Name
Saint John County Richard Wright
John W. Cudlip
Robert D. Wilmot
John H. Gray
York Charles Macpherson
John McIntosh
John C. Allen
Charles Fisher
Westmorland Albert J. Smith
James Steadman
Robert K. Gilbert
Bliss Botsford
Kings Edwin A. Vail
Walter B. Scovil
Matthew McLeod
Queens Samuel H. Gilbert
John Ferris
Charlotte Arthur Hill Gillmor
John McAdam
James Brown
James Watson Chandler
Northumberland Richard Sutton
George Kerr
Peter Mitchell
John M. Johnson
Sunbury William E. Perley
David Tapley
Kent Francis McPhelim
Lestock P. W. DesBrisay
Gloucester Joseph Read
William End
Carleton Charles Connell
Charles Perley
Restigouche John McMillan
John Montgomery
Albert Abner R. McClelan
John Lewis
Victoria James Tibbits
Charles Watters
Saint John City Samuel Leonard Tilley
James A. Harding

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ReferencesEdit

Preceded by Legislative Assemblies of New Brunswick
1857–1861
Succeeded by