Nova Scotia, House of Assembly, Debates and Proceedings (30 March 1865)
By: Nova Scotia (House of Assembly)
Citation: Nova Scotia, House of Assembly, Debates and Proceedings, 23rd Parl, 2nd Sess, 1865 at 168-181.
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DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY OF NOVA SCOTIA. 1865.
THURSDAY, March 30th.
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Mr. McKay presented a petition from the county of Pictou in relation to the union of the Colonies. He showed that petitioners wished for time in order that the subject might be thoroughly discussed; and he was glad to find that the government did not intend to take any immediate action upon the subject.
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[…] Mr. Dunkin presented a petition from James Emery and others of Amherst, in reference to the Union of the Colonies; also one from Charles Porter and others against the school bill.
Mr. Ross presented two petitions from Baddeck on the subject of Confederation. […]