Nova Scotia, House of Assembly, Debates and Proceedings: Union of the Colonies (22 March 1865)
By: Nova Scotia (House of Assembly)
Citation: Nova Scotia, House of Assembly, Debates and Proceedings, 23rd Parl, 2nd Sess, 1865 at 115-119.
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DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY OF NOVA SCOTIA. 1865.
WEDNESDAY, March 22nd.
UNION OF THE COLONIES.
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Hon. Pro. Sec. laid on the table a report on the deep sea and coast fisheries of Ireland.
Also the following resolution which would be moved at a future day:—
“Whereas under existing circumstances an immediate Union of the British American Colonies has become impracticable, and whereas a legislative Union of the Maritime Provinces is desirable whether the larger Union be accomplished or not:
“Therefore Resolved, That in the opinion of the House the negotiations for the Union of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and P.E. Island should be renewed in accordance with the resolution introduced at the last Session of the Legislature.”