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PRICE, David Edward, Canadian senator, born in Quebec in 1826" died there, 22 August, 1883. He was the son of William Price, a native of England, and a merchant of the city of Quebec. He received a classical education, and became senior member of a firm of lumber merchants in Quebec. He was a candidate for Chicoutimi and Tadousac in 1854, but withdrew in favor of the commissioner of crown hind, and represented those constituencies in the Canada assembly from 1855 till 1857. From the latter date he represented Chicoutimi and Saguenay until he was elected to the legislative council in 1864 for the Iaurentides division, and held his seat till he was called to the senate in May, 1867. He is colonel of the 2d battalion of Chicoutimi militia, and vice-consul at Saguenay for Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and the Argentine, Chilian, and Peruvian republics, and consular agent for the United States.
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