[Toronto? : s.n., 1833?] (York, Upper Canada [Toronto] : R. Stanton); 47 pages
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Robinson, John Beverley, 1791-1863.
Upper Canada. An Act to Reduce the Number of Cases in which Capital Punishment may by Inflicted; to Provide other Punishment for Offences which shall no Longer be Capital after the Passing of this Act; to Abolish the Privilege called Benefit of Clergy; and to Make other Alterations in Certain Criminal Proceedings before and after Conviction.
Statute 3d. Wm. IV, Chap. 4. relating to capital offences : with an exposition of its provisions, in a charge of Chief Justice Robinson, to the Grand Jury of the Home District, April, 1833.
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 21396
|Published||[Toronto? : s.n., 1833?] (York, Upper Canada [Toronto] : R. Stanton)|
FC 02 0203 no. 21396
Capital punishment -- Law and legislation -- Ontario.
Peine de mort -- Droit -- Législation -- Ontario.
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1 microfiche (24 fr.).
At head of title: Upper Canada.
39 p. ; 22 cm.