Johnson, John M.


Johnson, John M.
(1818-1868)
   T Solicitor-general, New Brunswick, 32-33; member of Fisher ministry, postmaster-general, 43; attorney-general, delegate to Quebec Conference, 77; elected for Northumberland as Confederation candidate, 107; goes to England as Confederation delegate, 120; his views on County Courts, 125.
   Bib.: Hannay, History of New Brunswick.

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