Province of Canada, Legislative Council, 8th Parl, 4th Sess (10 August 1865)
By: Province of Canada (Parliament), The Quebec Daily Mercury
Citation: “Provincial “Parliament. Legislative Council. The Quebec Daily Mercury (11 August 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).
THURSDAY, August 10, 1865
David Christie [Erie, elected 1858] gave notice that on Friday (to-day) he would move to the following effects:—
“That an humble Address be presented to His Excellency the Governor General, praying that his Excellency will please to cause to be laid before this House copies of all correspondence which may have taken place since the beginning of last Session, between the Government of this Province and the British Government with Her Majesty’s Representative at Washington in relation to the Reciprocity Treaty.”
 Source: “Provincial Parliament,” The Quebec Daily Mercury (Aug. 11, 1865).
 The return to the address would be presented to the Legislative Council on Sep. 15, 1865. “Return To an Address of the Honorable the Legislative Assembly, dated 10th August, 1865; for copies of all Correspondences, since the beginning of last Session, relative to the Reciprocity Treaty with the United States” [No. 11] in Sessional Papers (1865). The report, however, is not printed. A note accompanies the report that reads, “In accordance with the recommendation of the Joint Committee on Printing, the above documents are not printed.”
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