25th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

The 25th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between 1871 and 1874.

Jared C. Troop was chosen as speaker for the house.

The assembly was dissolved on November 23, 1874.

List of MembersEdit

Electoral District Name Party
Annapolis County Jared C. Troop Liberal
David C. Landers Liberal
Antigonish County Daniel MacDonald Liberal
Joseph MacDonald Liberal
County of Cape Breton Alonza J. White Liberal
John Fergusson Liberal
Colchester County Thomas Fletcher Morrison Liberal
Samuel Rettie Conservative
Cumberland County Henry Gesner Pineo, Jr. Conservative
Edward Vickery Conservative
Digby County William Berrian Vail Liberal
Urbine Doucett Liberal
Guysborough County John Angus Kirk[1]

Charles M. Franchville (1874)

William H. Wylde Liberal
Halifax County William Garvie[2]

John Taylor (1873)

John Flinn Liberal
Donald Archibald Liberal
Hants County William Henry Allison[3]

Thomas B. Smith (1874)



William McDougall[4]

Henry Yeomans (1874)

Inverness County Hiram Blanchard Conservative
Samuel McDonnell[1]

Duncan J. Campbell (1872)

Kings County Daniel Moore Conservative
Douglas B. Woodworth Conservative
Lunenburg County Mather Byles DesBrisay Liberal
James Eisenhauer Liberal
Pictou County James McDonald[1]

Alexander MacKay (1872)

Simon H. Holmes Conservative
Hugh J. Cameron Conservative
Queens County Samuel Freeman Liberal
William H. Smith Liberal
Richmond County Edmund Flynn[1]

Charles Boudroit (1874)

Murdoch McRae Conservative
Shelburne County Thomas Johnston Liberal
Robert Robertson Liberal
Victoria County Charles J. Campbell[5]

David McCurdy (1873)

John Ross Liberal
Yarmouth County Albert Gayton Conservative
William H. Townsend[4]

John K. Ryerson (1872)



  1. ^ a b c d elected to federal seat
  2. ^ died in 1872
  3. ^ resigned to run for federal seat
  4. ^ a b resigned seat
  5. ^ named to Legislative Council


  • Government of Nova Scotia. "Election Summary From 1867 - 2006" (PDF). Elections Statistics. Elections Nova Scotia. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-09-12. Retrieved 2008-07-20.
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