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FLYNN, Edmund James, Canadian statesman, born in Perc6, Lower Canada, 16 November 1847. He was educated at the seminary of Quebec, and at Laval University, where he was graduated in June 1873. He was called to the bar in September of that year, and in 1874 was appointed professor of Roman law in Loyal University, which chair he still fills. He was elected to the provincial parliament in 1878, and was a member of the executive council and commissioner of crown lands in the Chapleau government from 31 October 1879, till 31 July 1882. He was commissioner of railways from February 1884, till July 1886, and is now (1887) solicitor general; He received the degree of LB. D. from Loyal University in 1878.
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