General index to statutes of New Brunswick, from 1854 to 1st July, 1867

with supplementary index for 1868. by New Brunswick.

Publisher: Hunter, Rose in Ottawa

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GenreIndexes., Index.
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Digital series = CIHM/ICMH collection numérisée -- no. 9_02073
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL19434614M
ISBN 100659020734
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General index to statutes of New Brunswick, from to 1st July, ; with supplementary index, for Author: New Brunswick. The Revised Statutes of New Brunswick, Volume 1 The Revised Statutes of New Brunswick, William Boyd Kinnear: Authors: New Brunswick, William Boyd Kinnear: Publisher: J.

Simpson, printer to the Queen, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. The Public Statutes of New Brunswick passed in the year together with those unrepealed by the revised statutes The Revised Statutes of New Brunswick New Brunswick alphabetical index of all the acts passed by the General Assembly from the time of the Consolidated statutes [] down to and including the year Consolidated Statutes of New Brunswick.

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Annual Statutes of New-Brunswick. These databases have been put together based on materials available on the New Brunswick Acts and Regulations Web using these databases for the first time, we encourage you to read our details page.

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The public statutes of New Brunswick: passed in the yeartogether with those unrepealed by the revised statutes. New Brunswick History Timeline s - s () Jacques Cartier charted northern coast of New Brunswick (N.B.), found Chaleur Bay () Settlement of Sainte-Croix founded () Commander Joseph Robineau de Villebon constructed first home at Fort Saint-Joseph s () N.B.

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Vol. The revised statutes of New Brunswick --v. The public statutes of New Brunswick, passed in the yeartogether with those unrepealed by the revised statutes --v. The local and private statutes of New Brunswick. Other Titles: Public statutes of New Brunswick, passed in the yeartogether with those unrepealed by the.

Print version: New Brunswick. Consolidated statutes of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Printed under the supervision of the King's printer, (DLC) (OCoLC) Short Description. 1 online resource (2 volumes ( pages)) Purpose and Intended Audience. Useful for students learning an area of law, The consolidated statutes of.

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First Compilation of New Brunswick Statutes New Brunswick. The Revised Statutes of New Brunswick. Printed Under the Authority of an Act of the Legislature. Fredericton: J. Simpson, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, Three volumes.

Complete set. Octavo 9 x 6. Recent cloth, gilt titles to spines, endpapers renewed. Clean tears to first page of Volume I Preface. Ina provincial statute was enacted by the General Assembly of New Brunswick entitled “An Act to Regulate Vessels Arriving from the United Kingdom with Passengers and Emigrants".

It imposed a duty of five shillings for each passenger landed which was to be paid by the ship's master. Major General Charles Hastings Doyle was appointed Lieutenant Governor on the 1st of July,the day when Confederation came in force, and on October 18th following he was succeeded by Colonel Francis Pim Harding, who was in command of the 22nd Regiment then stationed in the Province.

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