Fundamental principles of the laws of Canada, as they existed under the natives, as they were changed under the French kings, and as they were modified and altered under the domination of England. The general principles of the Custom of Paris, as laid down by the most eminent authors, with the text, and a literal translation of the text. The imperial and other statutes, changing the jurisprudence in either of the provinces of Canada at large. Prefaced by an historical sketch of the origin and rise of religious and political institutions, among the principal nations of the world ... of the origin, rise, and successive changes of the constitutional laws of France; of the common, canon, and statute laws of England, so far as they operate on the jurisprudence of Canada, and of the general government, religious, military, civil and criminal, laws of the natives, particularly of the Huron and Iroquois Indians, at the time the interior of the country was discovered by Cartier
|Main Author:||Doucet, Nicolas Benjamin|
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