Place Published: London
Publisher: George Eyre etc. and Colonial Office, HMSO
Date Published: 1807 to 1851
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: No binding
#1) 1807. An act for allowing the Exportation annually of a limited Quantity of Worsted Yarn to Canada. [19th February 1807.]. 4pp -78 with 2 pp blank.
#2) 1809. An act for allowing until the Twenty-fifth Day of March One thousand eight hundred and ten, the Importation of certain Fish from Parts of the Coast of His Majesty's North American Colonies; and for granting a Bounty thereon. 2pp.,
#3) 1818. An Act to allow for Three Years, and until Six Weeks after the Commencement of the then next Session of Parliament, the Importation into Ports specially appointed by His Majesty, within the Provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, of the Articles therein enumerated, and the Re-exportation thereof from such Ports. This Act allows importation into ports specially appointed by His Majesty, within the provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, of the articles therein enumerated, and the re-exportation. 11-1/2 x 6-3/8 inches. 3 pages -191. Disbound. Very good+ condition.
#4) 1820. An Act to allow a Drawback on Goods, Wares and Merchandise imported into any British Colony or Plantation in America, on the exportation thereof to any foreign Country to which they may be legally exported. This act imposes duties on several goods and continues a former act relating to the same.
A Duty Drawback provides exporters with a refund of customs duty paid on unused imported goods, or goods that will be treated, processed or incorporated into other goods for export. 11-1/2 x 6-7/8 inches. 2 pages -42. Disbound. Very good+ condition.
#5) 1839. An Act to Amend an Act of the last Session of Parliament for making temporary Provision for the Government of Lower Canada. Re-enabled the ability for the government to impose taxes limited to public works. Increased the minimum number of members of the "Special Council" to 20. Protected the clergy from any laws made by the "Special Council". 12" by 8" - From 577 to 580 pp
#6) 1842. An act for guaranteeing the Payment of the Interest on a Loan of One million five hundred thousand pounds to be raised by the Province of Canada. 11-1/4 x 6-3/4 inches. 3pp. from  to 1371.
Small corner 1/4 inch of paper missing on the bottom left otherwise, very good condition.
#7) 1843. An act for reducing the Duty on Wheat and Wheat Flour, the Produce of the Province of Canada, imported thence into the United Kingdom. 12" by 8" - 2pp., From  to 330 pp
#8) 1843. An act for giving effect to a treaty between her majesty and the United States of America for the apprehension of certain Offenders. An act for giving effect to a treaty between her majesty and the United States of America for the apprehension of certain Offenders. (22nd August 1843). 12" by 7" - 4pp., -788pp
#9) 1848. Navigation Laws (New Brunswick) Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons. Colonial Office, HMSO. 13-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches. 6pp. age-toned, small open edge tears, and edges chipping with pages separated, otherwise good condition. "copies or extracts of any correspondence, petitions or memorials relative to the repeal of the navigation laws, which may have been sent home by the governor of New Brunswick." "(Lord George Bentinck.)" Self-government was granted to the colony by Britain in 1848. On July 1, 1867, New Brunswick became one of the four original provinces of the Dominion of Canada. 21 July 1848
#10) 1851. An act for the Settlement of the boundaries between the provinces of Canada and New Brunswick. 7th Aug 1851. 12" by 8", pages 613 - 615
Very Good. Item #8966
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