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Elgin and Kincardine : the governor general transmits, for the information of the Legislative Assembly, copies of a despatch and enclosures from Her Majesty's secretary of state for the colonies, relative to the projected railroad between Halifax and Quebec or Montreal.
|Related Names:||Howe, Joseph 1804-1873., Elgin, James Bruce Earl of 1811-1863.|
[Toronto? : s.n., 1851?]
Chemins de fer
Chemins de fer /
Chemins de fer / Nouvelle-Écosse /
Railroads > Railroads / Nova Scotia > Railroads / Nova Scotia / Finance.
Grande-Bretagne > Grande-Bretagne / Colonies > Grande-Bretagne / Colonies / Administration.
Great Britain > Great Britain / Colonies > Great Britain / Colonies / Administration.
Includes correspondence between Earl Grey, the secretary of state for the colonies, and Joseph Howe concerning the justification for Great Britain contributing to the financing of a proposed railway from Halifax to Quebec or Montreal.
In double columns.
Dated: Government House, Toronto, 6th June, 1851.
At head of title: 14 Victoriae. Appendix (N.). A. 1851. Appendix (N.), 9th June.
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