The Acts of the General Assembly of Prince Edward Island
This official record of the acts and proceedings of the General Assembly of Prince Edward Island provides a unique window into the legal and political history of this Canadian province. Covering a wide range of issues and debates, from taxation to the regulation of public health, this book sheds light on the complex workings of colonial governance in the nineteenth century.
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