Click here to view the original document (PDF). No. 99. 4th Session, 8th Parliament, 29th Victoria, 1865. BILL. An Act to incorporate the Canada Bark Company. [No. 175 of 1865—1st Session.] Mr. DUNKIN. QUEBEC: PRINTED BY HUNTER, ROSE & CO., ST. URSULE STREET. No. 99.–First Ses. No. 175.] BILL. [1865. BILL. An Act to incorporate the Canada Bark Company. WHEREAS James Miller and John Miller have by their petition represented that they have discovered a process for extracting the tanning principle from hemlock and other barks, and that they are… Read more An Act to incorporate the Canada Bank Company →
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