Decisions of the Speakers of the Legislative Assembly of the province of Quebec, 1867-1901
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Published in Quebec .
Written in English

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  • Parliamentary practice

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English and French.

Statementby L.G. Desjardins, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly
ContributionsDesjardins, L. G. (Louis Georges), 1849-1928
The Physical Object
Pagination1255 p.
Number of Pages1255
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26546083M

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