The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook. Province of Canada Government.
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook
The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook

The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada content from 1854-57 Committee Logbook

Place Published: Quebec
Publisher: Province of Canada Government
Date Published: 1854-57
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: Hard Cover

PRE-CONFEDERATION PROVINCE OF CANADA (QUEBEC) LAWS LOG BOOK

Small 4to. Legislature Council 1st Session 5th Parliament. Rebound with new spine. Many log entry summaries from the 5th Parliament (1854-55) laws passed. Railway Bills, Banks, Church Relief, Mining, Telegraph, Masonic, College, and more! 190 pages are listed and indexed however some pages are missing (taken out long ago). Full Index. Very nice Canadian historical item.

The 5th Parliament of the Province of Canada was in session from 1854 to November 1857. Elections were held in the Province of Canada in July 1854. Sessions were held in Quebec City until 1856 and then in Toronto. In 1854-55, measures were introduced to abolish seigneurial tenure in Canada East and the clergy reserves in Canada West. The Canadian-American Reciprocity Treaty was negotiated in 1854. In 1855, a bill was passed to make the Legislative Council an elected body, effective the following year. The Audit Act of 1855 established an auditor of public accounts and the Audit Board, a new government department, which reviewed the public accounts.
Good. Item #2735

$650.00 USD
$864.97 CAD

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