| The Honourable |
Sir Auguste-Réal Angers
|Senator for De la Vallière, Quebec|
December 16, 1892 –June 10, 1896
|Nominated by||John Sparrow David Thompson|
|Preceded by||Anselme-Homère Pâquet|
|Succeeded by||Alfred Thibaudeau|
|6th Lieutenant Governor of Quebec|
October 29, 1887 –December 4, 1892
|Governor General|| The Marquess of Lansdowne |
The Lord Stanley of Preston
|Premier|| Honoré Mercier |
Charles Boucher de Boucherville
|Preceded by||Louis-Rodrigue Masson|
|Succeeded by||Joseph-Adolphe Chapleau|
|Member of the Canadian Parliament |
February 14, 1880 –November 12, 1880
|Preceded by||Pierre-Vincent Valin|
|Succeeded by||Pierre-Vincent Valin|
|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Montmorency|
February 11, 1874 –February 14, 1880
|Preceded by||Joseph Édouard Cauchon|
|Succeeded by||Charles Langelier|
|Born||4 October 1837|
Quebec City, Lower Canada
|Died|| 14 April 1919 81) (aged|
Westmount, Quebec, Canada
|Political party||Provincial: Conservative |
|Spouse(s)||Julie-Marguerite Chinic(m. 1869)|
Émélie Le Moine(m. 1890)
|Children||1 daughter and 2 sons|
|Alma mater||Université Laval|
Attorney General (1876-1878)
Solicitor General (1874-1876)
Minister of Agriculture (1892-1895)
President of the Privy Council (1896)
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