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RAMSAY, Thomas Kennedy, Canadian jurist, born in Ayr, Scotland, 2 September, 1826; died in St. Hugues, Quebec, 23 December, 1886. He was educated at St. Andrews, came to Canada early in life, studied law, and was admitted to the bar in 1852. He received the degree of M. A. from Lennoxville university in 1855, was secretary of the commission for codifying the laws in 1859, and was appointed queen's counsel in 1867. He became assistant judge of the supreme court of Quebec in 1870, and puisne judge of the court of queen's bench in 1873. He was an unsuccessful candidate for the Dominion parliament in 1867. Judge Ramsay founded the " Lower Canada Jurist," and earn in his career was editor of the "Journal de jurisprudence" of Montreal. He is also the author of various law-books.
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