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Memoir of Sir Brenton Halliburton, Late Chief Justice of the Province of Nova Scotia

By Rev. G. W. Hill, M. A.
Format
Book
Published
Haifax, Printed by J. Bowes & Sons, 1864.
Edition
Private ed.
Language
English
Description
2 p. l., 207, 47 p. 21 cm.
Notes
  • Contains Sir Brenton Halliburton's "Observations on the importance of the North American colonies to Great Britain": p. 121-143.
  • "Critical state of the Bull family": p. 143-157.
  • Private edition includes three additional writings of Sir Brenton: "One is a humorous article written previous to the Canadian rebellion, with serious notes appended; another contains a few touching thoughts on the death of a Grandchild; and the third is a Poem on "Passing Events," written by him when over eighty years of age"--P. [1], 2nd group.
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