John Small (Member of Parliament)
John Small (
October 8, 1831– February 10, 1909) was a Canadian politician.
Born in York Township, Upper Canada, Small was educated in his home district schools and at the
Upper Canada College. From 1855 to 1882, he was a taxing officer of the Court of the Queen's Bench. From 1878 to 1879, he was a member of the Toronto City Council. He was elected to the Canadian House of Commonsfor Toronto Eastin the 1882 federal election. A Conservative, he was re-elected in 1887. He did not run in 1891 and was appointed collector of customs in Toronto.
* [http://www.archive.org/details/recordcountyyork00beeruoft Commemorative biographical record of the county of York, Ontario]
Member of Parliamentfor Toronto East
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