4th Parliament of Upper Canada

The 4th Parliament of Upper Canada was opened 1 February 1805. Elections in Upper Canada had been held in May 1804. All sessions were held at Parliament Buildings of Upper Canada in York, Upper Canada. This parliament was dissolved 21 May 1808.

This House of Assembly of the 4th Parliament of Upper Canada had four sessions 1 February 1805 to 16 March 1808:

Sessions Start End
1st 1 February 1805 2 March 1805
2nd 4 February 1806 3 March 1806
3rd 2 February 1807 10 March 1807
4th 20 January 1808 16 March 1808
Riding Member
Dundas John Crysler
Dundas, Simcoe & 1st York Angus Macdonell
William Weekes
Robert Thorpe (January 1807)
Essex Matthew Elliott
Essex David Cowan
Frontenac Allan McLean
Glengarry & Prescott Alexander Macdonell - Speaker 1804-1808
Glengarry & Prescott Walter Butler Wilkinson
Grenville Samuel Sherwood
Hastings & Northumberland David McGregor Rogers
Kent John McGregor
Leeds Peter Howard
Lennox & Addington Thomas Dorland
2nd, 3rd, 4th Lincoln Ralfe Clench
2nd, 3rd, 4th Lincoln Isaac Swayze
2nd Lincoln Samuel Street
Norfolk, Oxford & Middlesex Benajah Mallory
Prince Edward Ebenezer Washburn
Stormont & Russell Robert Isaac Dey Gray
D’Arcy Boulton (February 1806)
West York, 1st Lincoln & Haldimand Robert Nelles
West York, 1st Lincoln & Haldimand Solomon Hill
Joseph Willcocks (January 1808)

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