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Emerson Coatsworth

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Preceded by  Thomas Urquhart
Political party  Conservative
Education  University of Toronto
Succeeded by  John Ross Robertson
Died  May 11, 1943
Preceded by  John Small
Role  Canadian Politician
Succeeded by  Joseph Oliver
Name  Emerson Coatsworth

Emerson Coatsworth
Born  March 9, 1854 Toronto, Canada West (1854-03-09)
Party  Conservative Party of Canada

Emerson Coatsworth, Jr. (March 9, 1854 – May 11, 1943) was a Canadian lawyer and politician. He was also a member of the Orange Order in Canada.

Born in Toronto, Coatsworth was educated at the public schools, and studied privately for matriculation into the Law Society. Afterwards he attended Osgoode Hall Law School, and graduated in law in University of Toronto in 1886. A practicing lawyer, he was elected to the Canadian House of Commons for the riding of Toronto East in the 1891 federal election. A Conservative, he was defeated in the 1896 election by Independent Conservative John Ross Robertson. In 1904, he was elected an alderman for the Toronto City Council. From 1906 to 1907, he was the 33rd Mayor of Toronto.

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