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SANIiBORN, John Sewell, Canadian judge, born in Gilmanton, New Hampshire, 1 January, 1819; died in Sher-brooke. Ontario, 1S July, 1877. He was graduated at Dartmouth in 1845, removed to Canada, and in 1847 was admitted to the bar in Montreal. He was elected to parliament for Sherbrooke county in 1850, re-elected in 1852 and 1854, and was subsequently elected for Compton county, remaining a member till 1857. In 1863 he was elected for Wellington county to the legislative council, and he served until the union of the provinces in 1867, when he became a member of the Dominion senate. He resigned this place in 1873, when he was appointed judge of the superior court at Sher-brooke by Sir John A. Macdonald, to whom he was politically opposed. In 1874 he became a judge of the court of queen's bench.
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