2nd Parliament of Lower Canada

The 2nd Parliament of Lower Canada was in session from January 24, 1797, to June 4, 1800. Elections to the Legislative Assembly in Lower Canada had been held in June 1796. All sessions were held at Quebec City.

Riding Member
Bedford Nathaniel Coffin
Buckinghamshire John Craigie
Buckinghamshire George Waters Allsopp
Cornwallis Paschal Sirois-Duplessis[1]
Pascal Taché (1798)
Cornwallis Alexandre Menut
Devon Nicolas Dorion
Devon François Bernier
Dorchester Charles Bégin
Dorchester Alexandre Dumas
Effingham Jacob Jordan
Effingham Charles-Jean-Baptiste Bouc[2]
Gaspé Edward O'Hara
Hampshire François Huot
Hampshire Joseph-Bernard Planté
Hertford Louis-François Dunière
Hertford Félix Têtu
Huntingdon Joseph-François Perrault
Huntingdon Joseph Périnault
Kent Jacques Viger[3]
Michel-Amable Berthelot Dartigny (1798)
Kent Antoine Ménard, dit Lafontaine
Leinster Joseph Viger
Leinster Bonaventure Panet
Montreal County Jean-Marie Ducharme
Montreal County Étienne Guy
Montreal East Joseph Papineau
Montreal East Denis Viger
Montreal West Alexander Auldjo
Montreal West Louis-Charles Foucher
Northumberland Pierre-Stanislas Bédard
Northumberland James Fisher
Orléans Jérôme Martineau
Quebec County John Black
Quebec County Louis Paquet
Quebec (Lower Town) Augustin-Jérôme Raby
Quebec (Lower Town) John Young
Quebec (Upper Town) Jean-Antoine Panet
Quebec (Upper Town) William Grant
Richelieu Charles Hus, dit Millet
Richelieu Benjamin-Hyacinthe-Martin Cherrier
Saint-Maurice Thomas Coffin
Saint-Maurice Nicholas Montour
Surrey Olivier Durocher
Surrey Philippe-François de Rastel de Rocheblave
Trois-Rivières John Lees
Trois-Rivières Pierre-Amable de Bonne
Warwick Charles-Gaspard Tarieu de Lanaudière
Warwick James Cuthbert
William-Henry Jonathan Sewell
York Joseph-Hubert Lacroix
York Joseph Éthier


  1. ^ died in November 1797; Pascal Taché was elected in a by-election held in March 1798.
  2. ^ expelled from the assembly in April 1800 after conviction for fraud
  3. ^ died in January 1798; Michel-Amable Berthelot Dartigny was elected in a by-election held in March 1798

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