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The statutes of the province of Nova-Scotia

John Whidden

The statutes of the province of Nova-Scotia

volume the fourth from A.D. 1827, 8 George IV to A.D. 1835, 5 William IV : both inclusive, with tables of the acts expired, repealed and executed during that period : and a copious index

by John Whidden

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Published by J. Howe in Halifax, N.S .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Legislation -- Nova Scotia.,
  • Nova Scotia -- Politics and government -- 1784-1867.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe statutes at large passed in the several general assemblies held in His Majesty"s province of Nova-Scotia
    Statementby John Widden and James F. Gray.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Digital series = CIHM/ICMH collection numérisée -- no. 9_01133
    ContributionsGray, James F., Nova Scotia.
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19399160M
    ISBN 100659011336
    OCLC/WorldCa163276611

    The Loyalist influx also pushed Nova Scotia's Mi'kmaq People to the margins as Loyalist land grants encroached on ill-defined native lands. But in Cromwell sent out a fleet to capture the Dutch colony at Manhattan, and a portion of his fleet sailed into Annapolis Basin, and Port-Royal surrendered to them. The seat of government, was transferred from Annapolis to the new town, and Cornwallis selected a council to assist him in the administration of the colony. Iron, copper, and gypsum are also mined.

    Each year, Nova Scotia produces about 1. Thompson, Alexa. The Technical University provides bachelor's and master's degrees in engineering and architecture and a doctorate degree in engineering. War again broke out and in a force was sent from Massachusetts under Colonel William Pepperell.

    New York: H. Why, when there must have been so much to do, did he feel this to be necessary at such an early stage in the building of this far-flung outpost? He also had 'full power and authority with the advice and consent of our said Council to erect, constitute and establish such and so many Court of Judicature and publick Justice within our said Province and Dominion as you and they shall think fit and necessary for the hearing and determining of all cases as well criminal and civil according to law and equity. In began the famous Seven Years' War; two years later the final capture of Louisburg, under General Amherst, took place. The Court sits in 52 locations across the province, including 17 Family Court locations, and consists of over federally appointed judges. Nova Scotia's economy boomed during the Civil War.


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The statutes of the province of Nova-Scotia book

Greenhouse operations cover over 3 million square feetsquare metersand primarily produce vegetables, flowers, and ornamental shrubs. War again broke out and in a force was sent from Massachusetts under Colonel William Pepperell. There werehouseholds living in single-detached houses, 13, households living in apartments in buildings with five or more stories, 13, households living in mobile homes, and 86, households living in other dwellings, including row houses and apartments in buildings with fewer than five stories.

At Halifax there are two reformatories conducted under Catholic auspices, namely, St. To strengthen the position of the English in Nova Scotia it was determined to establish a permanent settlement on the shores of Chebucto Harbour.

Then arose a strong agitation under the brilliant leadership of Joseph Howe. Farming, mining, fishing, lumbering, and manufacturing yield an ample return to the industry of the inhabitants.

After the solemnization of the marriage the clergyman solemnizing the same shall make out a certificate containing the date of the marriage, the place thereof, the date of the publication of the banns, the church in which and the clergyman by whom the banns were published, the names of the witnesses and his own name, and the religious denomination to which he belongs.

InSt. Most, if not all, of the current public statutes are listed below, whether or not proclaimed in force. Iron, copper, and gypsum are also mined. To recapture Louisburg the French in the year following sent out a powerful fleet under d'Anville.

Two of them, having been convicted of piracy, were put to death on George's Island. Under the provisions of the Act relating to prisons and reformatories R. The resources of Nova Scotia are diversified. The Court of Appeal of Newfoundland and Labrador is at the top of the hierarchy of courts for the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Psychiatric facilities are available in Dartmouth and Sydney. No person shall officiate at the solemnization of any marriage unless publication has been made of the banns of the marriage or a licence has been obtained for the solemnization of the marriage.

In the province to which they removed they received free grants of land and they formed a valuable accession to the scant population. Among the powers assigned to the Dominion are the postal service, census and statistics, military and naval service and defence, navigation, banking, copyrights, marriage and divorce, and the regulations in regard to the Indians.

In cases of divorce the wife and husband are not competent to testify, but in proceedings by the wife, on account of adultery coupled with cruelty, the husband and wife are competent and compellable to give evidence of or relating to such cruelty.

Facts about Canada, Its Provinces and Territories. The fleet encountered bad weather and after the remnants of it arrived at Chebucto Halifax Harbour, the commander and many of the men died; those who survived returned to France.

From —, he was the sixth Chief Justice of Nova Scotia. By the end of the war Nova Scotia had outfitted a number of privateers to attack American shipping. Nova Scotia leads the provinces in total volume and value of commercial landings.

Exports of food products are largely in the form of fish, bakery, and dairy products, fruits and fruit preparations, fish meal, and feed.Dec 18,  · Note: The electronic versions of the statutes and regulations are provided for your convenience and personal use only.

Please note the following disclaimers: Office of the Legislative Counsel Disclaimer. ORIGIN OF PROVINCE NAME: The area was first called "Acadia" by French settlers and later "New Caledonia" (meaning "New Scotland" from the Latin name for northern Britain).

The anglicized "Nova Scotia" name dates fromwhen Sir William Alexander, a Scot, was given a. The Court of Appeal for Nova Scotia (Nova Scotia Court of Appeal or NSCA) is the highest appeal court in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada.

There are currently 8 judicial seats including one assigned to the Chief Justice of Nova Scotia. At any given time there may be one or more additional justice. The provinces and territories of Canada are sub-national governments within the geographical areas of Canada under the authority of the Canadian atlasbowling.com the Canadian Confederation, three provinces of British North America—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Province of Canada (which upon Confederation was divided into Ontario and Quebec)—were united to form a federated colony Category: Federated state.

The following is an alphabetical list of the statutes of Prince Edward Island, with the regulations made under each statute listed below it. Click on the title to see the consolidated text of the statute or regulation as an Acrobat file.

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