9th Parliament of Upper Canada

The 9th Parliament of Upper Canada was opened 11 January 1825. Elections in Upper Canada had been held in July 1824. All sessions were held at York, Upper Canada. This parliament was dissolved 24 June 1828.

The House of Assembly of the 9th Parliament of Upper Canada had four sessions 13 January 1825 to 25 March 1828:[1]

Both the House of Assembly and the Parliament sat at York General Hospital.

Sessions[1] Start End
1st 13 January 1825 13 April 1825
2nd 7 November 1825 30 January 1826
3rd 5 December 1826 17 February 1827
4th 15 January 1828 25 March 1828
Riding Member
Carleton George Thew Burke
Dundas John Crysler
Durham George Strange Boulton[2]
Charles Fothergill (Nov 1825)
Essex John Alexander Wilkinson
Essex François Baby
Frontenac Hugh Christopher Thomson
Frontenac James Atkinson
Glengarry Alexander Macdonell of Greenfield
Glengarry Duncan Cameron
Grenville Jonas Jones
Grenville Hamilton Walker
Halton Richard Beasley
Halton William Scollick
Hastings Rueben White
Kent James Gordon
Kingston John Cumming
Lanark William Morris
Leeds Charles Jones
Leeds David Jones
Lennox & Addington Marshall Spring Bidwell
Lennox & Addington Peter Perry
1st Lincoln County John Clarke
2nd & 3rd Lincoln Bartholomew Crannell Beardsley
2nd & 3rd Lincoln John Johnston Lefferty
4th Lincoln Robert Randal
Middlesex John Rolph
Middlesex John Matthews
Niagara (town) Edward William McBride
Norfolk Francis Leigh Walsh
Norfolk Duncan McCall
Northumberland Zacheus Burnham
Northumberland James Lyons[3]
Benjamin Ewing
Oxford Thomas Hornor
Oxford Charles Fortescue Ingersoll
Prescott & Russell Donald Macdonell
Prince Edward James Wilson
Prince Edward Paul Peterson
Stormont Archibald McLean
Stormont Philip VanKoughnet
Wentworth George Hamilton
Wentworth John Willson - Speaker 1825-1828
York (town) Sir John Robinson, 1st Baronet, of Toronto
York & Simcoe William Thompson
York & Simcoe Ely Playter[4]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b Archives of Ontario "The Statutes of Upper Canada and the Province of Canada 1792 to 1866 On Self-Service Microfilm". Archived from the original on 11 June 2011. Retrieved 2009-12-07.
  2. ^ unseated in March 1825 and Charles Fothergill took his place in November 1825.
  3. ^ election was voided in February 1825; Benjamin Ewing was declared elected. Lyons protested and was reseated in March 1825.
  4. ^ left the province in February 1827 but his seat was declared not vacated.
Preceded by
8th Parliament of Upper Canada
Parliaments in Upper Canada
Succeeded by
10th Parliament of Upper Canada


  • Handbook of Upper Canadian Chronology, Frederick H. Armstrong, Toronto : Dundurn Press, 1985. ISBN 0-919670-92-X