Adams George Archibald

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1867 Canadian federal election: Colchester
Riley Robert Archibald
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4th Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia
In office
July 4, 1873 July 4, 1883
Anti-Confederation Archibald McLelan 1,649
Liberal–Conservative Adams George Archibald 1,289
By-election on 9 September 1869

On Mr. McLellan being called to the Senate, August 1869

Liberal–Conservative Adams George Archibald1,585
Liberal Frederick M. Pearson 1,230

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