Nova Scotia, House of Assembly, Debates and Proceedings of the House of Assembly (9 April 1867)
By: Nova Scotia (House of Assembly)
Citation: Nova Scotia, House of Assembly, Debates and Proceedings of the House of Assembly, 23rd Parl, 4th Sess, 1867 at 116.
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DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY OF NOVA SCOTIA. 1867.
TUESDAY, April 9.
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Hon. Attorney General, as chairman of the committee appointed to confer with a committee of the Council, read the following resolution, which had been adopted:—
“Resolved, That a humble address be presented to her Majesty the Queen requesting that whenever hereafter the members of the Legislative Council shall be reduced to 18, the number shall not be further increased; and that Her Majesty will be graciously pleased to establish the number of the Legislative Council of this Province at 18 members, and to provide that absence for two sessions consecutively shall vacate the seat of a Councillor.
“Resolved, That a conference be requested with the House of Assembly, by committee, on the general state of the Province, and that the committee of this House be requested to communicate to the committee of the Assembly the foregoing resolution.”