4 edition of The History of the session of the provincial parliament of Lower Canada for 1828-29 found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Wilcocke, Samuel Hull, 1766?-1833., Quebec (Province). Legislature.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 microfiches (124 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||124|
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Creation of the Parliament. The Province of Canada was created by an Act of the British Parliament, the Union Act ofwhich was proclaimed in force by the Governor General of the Canadas, Lord Sydenham, effective Febru The Act united the two provinces of Lower Canada and Upper Canada into a single province, with a single parliament.
The parliaments of Lower Canada and Houses: Legislative Council, Legislative Assembly. The 1st Parliament of Ontario was in session from September 3,until Februjust prior to the general election. This was the first session of the Legislature after Confederation succeeding the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada (last session was the 8th Parliament of the Province of Canada).Lieutenant Governor: Elizabeth Dowdeswell.
During the last five years of his life, he reported on the debates in the House of Assembly at Quebec for the province’s newspapers and, from his shorthand notes, he compiled The history of the session of the provincial parliament of Lower Canada for –29, which William Stewart Wallace* was to recognize as “the first approach in Canada to Hansard.”.
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These officials appointed legislative and executive [ ]. The First Parliament of the Province of Canada was summoned infollowing the union of Upper Canada and Lower Canada as the Province of Canada on Febru The Parliament continued until dissolution in late The Parliament of the Province had two chambers: the elected lower house, the Legislative Assembly, and the appointed upper house, the Legislative Council.
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The author adapted some material taken from an earlier edition prepared by Joseph Schull and published under the same title in The book was initially commissioned by the Department of the Secretary of State of Canada, which also published the second edition.
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Overseen by Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe, the elected Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada meets for the first time at Newark (now Niagara-on-the-Lake) on Septem Published privately, the book was a basic reference for judges and lawyers for years, making it unnecessary for them to store numerous volumes of acts.
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