Prince Edward Island, House of Assembly, Debates and Proceedings: Confederation Question (16 April 1866)
By: Prince Edward Island (House of Assembly)
Citation: Prince Edward Island, House of Assembly, The Parliamentary Reporter; or, Debates and Proceedings of the House of Assembly of Prince Edward Island, For the Year 1866, 22nd Parl, 4th Sess, 1865 at 15.
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THE PARLIAMENTARY REPORTER,
MONDAY, April 16, 1866.
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Hon. Leader of the Government announced a Message from His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, transmitting copies of Despatches and Correspondence relating to different subjects; among them a Despatch informing the House that the Address, which was passed by both branches of the Legislature of this Colony last session, on the subject of Colonial Confederation, had been laid before Her Majesty; also a Correspondence between the Secretary of State for the Colonies and the Governor General of Canada, on the affairs of British North America, expressing the strong and deliberate opinion of Her Majesty’s Government to the effect that all the British North American Colonies should agree to unite in one Government.