Province of Canada, Legislative Assembly, 8th Parl, 3rd Sess (10 February 1865)
By: Province of Canada (Parliament), Morning Chronicle
Citation: “Provincial Parliament. Legislative Assembly.”[Quebec] Morning Chronicle (11 February 1865).
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Note: All endnotes come from our recent publication, Charles Dumais & Michael Scott (ed.), The Confederation Debates in the Province of Canada (CCF, 2022).
John A. Macdonald [Kingston, Attorney-General West] moved
That the adjourned debate on his motion for an Address to Her Majesty on the subject of the Confederation of the British North American Provinces be continued from day to day, until disposed of, and be the first order of the day, after half-past 7 p.m., of each day.
Luther Holton [Chateauguay]—Does that apply to Government days?
John A. Macdonald [Kingston, Attorney-General West]—As well. The Government can go on with Government business in the afternoon, and enter upon the discussion of the Confederation scheme in the evening session.
The motion was then carried.
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