19th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

The 19th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between 1851 and 1855. The assembly was dissolved on April 25, 1855.

The assembly sat at the pleasure of the Governor of Nova Scotia, John Harvey. John Le Marchant became governor in 1852.

William Young was chosen as speaker for the house.

List of members edit

Electoral district Name
Annapolis County J. W. Johnston
County of Cape Breton James McLeod
Colchester County Adams G. Archibald
Gloud W. McLelan
Cumberland County Joseph Howe
Stephen Fulton
Digby County François Bourneuf
Guysborough County John J. Marshall
Stewart Campbell
Halifax County William Annand
John Esson
Hants County Benjamin Smith
Nicholas Mosher
Inverness County William Young
Peter Smyth
Kings County John C. Hall
Daniel Moore
Lunenburg County John Creighton
Benjamin Zwicker
Pictou County John Holmes
Robert Murray
Queens County John Campbell
Snow P. Freeman
Richmond County James B. Uniacke
Shelburne County Thomas Coffin
Sydney County John McKinnon
William A. Henry
Victoria County Hugh Munro
John Munro
Yarmouth County Thomas Killam
Township of Halifax Benjamin Wier
L. O'Connor Doyle
Township of Lunenburg Henry S. Jost
Township of Liverpool Andrew Cowie
Township of Shelburne John Locke
Township of Barrington Josiah Coffin
Township of Yarmouth Jesse Shaw
Township of Argyle John Ryder
Township of Digby John C. Wade
Township of Clare Anselme F. Comeau
Township of Annapolis Alfred Whitman
Township of Granville Stephen S. Thorne
Township of Horton Edward L. Brown
Township of Cornwallis Samuel Chipman
Township of Amherst William W. Bent
Township of Pictou Martin I. Wilkins
Township of Londonderry James Campbell
Town of Truro Samuel Creelman
Township of Windsor James D. Fraser[1]

Lewis Morris Wilkins (1853)

Township of Newport Ichabod Dimock
Township of Falmouth Elkanah Young
Township of Sydney Donald N. McQueen
Township of Arichat Henry Martell


  1. ^ died in 1852; refer to Journal and proceedings of the House of Assembly, Session 1853. 1853. p. 221.

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Preceded by General Assemblies of Nova Scotia
Succeeded by