26th General Assembly of Prince Edward Island

26th General Assembly of Prince Edward Island

The 26th General Assembly of Prince Edward Island was in session from March 4 1874 to July 1 1876. It was the first assembly after Prince Edward Island became a Canadian province. The majority party was the Conservative Party led by James Colledge Pope. After Pope resigned to run for a federal seat, Lemuel Owen became party leader.

There were three sessions of the 26th General Assembly:

Cornelius Howatt was elected speaker.

Members

Notes:

External links

* [http://www.electionspei.ca/provincial/historical/results/results.php?sortorder=district&elections%5b%5d=1873-04-01 Election results for the Prince Edward Island Legislative Assembly, 1873-04-01]
* [http://www.ourroots.ca/e/toc.aspx?id=1441 "Prince Edward Island, garden province of Canada", WH Crosskill (1904)]


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