William McDougall (Quebec politician)
William McDougall, QC (1831 – March 3, 1886) was a lawyer, judge and political figure in Quebec, Canada. He represented Three Rivers in the House of Commons of Canada from 1868 to 1878 as a Conservative member.
He was born in Scotland in 1831, the son of John McDougall, and came to Lower Canada with his family while still young. He studied law and was called to the bar in 1851. McDougall was elected to the federal parliament by acclamation in an 1868 by-election after the sitting member resigned. In 1873, he became a Queen's Counsel. He was a director of the Phillipsburgh, Farnham and Yamaska Railway. He resigned his seat in 1878 to allow Hector-Louis Langevin to have a seat in the House of Commons.
His daughter Alice married James Klock who also later served in the House of Commons.
- William McDougall – Parliament of Canada biography
- The Canadian parliamentary companion and annual register, 1877, CH Mackintosh
- Les juges de la province de Québec, PG Roy (1933)
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Louis-Charles Boucher de Niverville (Conservative)
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Hector Langevin (Conservative)