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James Dill

James Peers Dill (1859–1937) was a politician from old North-West Territories, Canada.

Dill first ran in the 1888 North-West Territories general election but was defeated by Benjamin Parkyn Richardson, with a 6 vote margin. In the 1891 North-West Territories general election Dill would face Benjamin again this time earning a substantial majority. He would serve two terms in total before

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