Item #1758 An act to explain an Act for the Settlement of the Boundaries between the Provinces of Canada and New Brunswick. BRITISH GOVERNMENT - Act of Parliament.

An act to explain an Act for the Settlement of the Boundaries between the Provinces of Canada and New Brunswick

Place Published: London
Publisher: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode
Date Published: 1857
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: Disbound

BRITISH LEGAL ACTS RELATING TO CANADA

Anno Vicesimo & Vicesimo Primo Victoriae Reginae [10th August 1857]

First edition. 12 x 9" inches 2 pages [189] - 190. Disbound. Very good condition.

An Act to explain an Act for the Settlement of the Boundaries between the Provinces of Canada and New Brunswick.

"...it is provided that New Brunswick shall be bounded as is mentioned in a certain Award made by Stephen Lushington, Judge of the Admiralty Court, and Travers Twiss, Doctor of Laws, which Award, as recited in the said Act, declares (among other things) that New Brunswick shall be bounded from a meridional Line therein described along the Forty-eighth Parallel of Latitude "to the Mistouche River, and thence down the Centre of that Stream to the Restigouche, the Islands in the said River Mistouche and Restigouche to the Mouth of the latter River at Dalhousie being given to New Brunswick :"
Very Good. Item #1758

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