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Bill : an act to authorize Her Majesty's subjects to plead and reason for themselves or others in all Her Majesty's courts in Canada, and to abolish the title or distinction of Queen's counsel

Quebec : J. Lovell, [1852]; 4 pages

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Title Canada. Legislature. Legislative Assembly.
Bill : an act to authorize Her Majesty's subjects to plead and reason for themselves or others in all Her Majesty's courts in Canada, and to abolish the title or distinction of Queen's counsel.
Act to authorize Her Majesty's subjects to plead and reason for themselves or others in all Her Majesty's courts in Canada, and to abolish the title or distinction of Queen's counsel
Bill : an act to authorise Her Majesty's subjects to plead and reason for themselves or others in all Her Majesty's courts in Canada, and to abolish the title or distinction of Queen's counsel
Published Quebec : J. Lovell, [1852]
Identifier 9_05270
Subject Bills, Legislative -- Canada.
Projets de loi -- Canada.
Document source Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by the Library and Archives Canada.
Notes Title from title screen.
Cover title.
At head of title: No. 18. 1st Session, 4th Parliament, 16 Victoria, 1852.
Caption title: Bill : an act to authorise Her Majesty's subjects to plead and reason for themselves or others in all Her Majesty's courts in Canada, and to abolish the title or distinction of Queen's counsel.
"Mr. Mackenzie."
"Received and Read a first time, Tuesday, 31st August, 1852. Second Reading, Wednesday, 8th September, 1852."
2 p. ; 33 cm.
Collection Government Publications
Language eng
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