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  • Dartmouth (Nova Scotia) 15247581911 Encyclopædia Britannica — Dartmouth (Nova Scotia) DARTMOUTH, a town in Halifax county, Nova Scotia, Canada, on
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  • (Nova Scotia) 19413001911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 26 — Sydney (Nova Scotia) SYDNEY, the chief town of Cape Breton county, Nova Scotia, on
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  • New Student's Reference Work (1914) Nova Scotia 40977The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Nova Scotia No′va Sco′tia, the most easterly portion
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  • Benitez Sampayo v. Bank of Nova Scotia by Frank Murphy Syllabus 894456Benitez Sampayo v. Bank of Nova Scotia — SyllabusFrank Murphy Court Documents
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  • Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume II — Annapolis (2.) ANNAPOLIS, a town of Nova Scotia, capital of Annapolis county, and up to 1750 of the -whole peninsula
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  • Reference Work (1914) Annapolis (Nova Scotia) 41226The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Annapolis (Nova Scotia) Annapolis, or Annapolis Royal
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  • Annapolis (Nova Scotia) 1550019The American Cyclopædia — Annapolis (Nova Scotia) ANNAPOLIS. I. A W. county of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada,
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  • 1867)1867 (30 & 31 Victoria, c. 3.) An Act for the Union of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, and the Government thereof; and for Purposes connected
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  • Four Provinces. 6. Provinces of Ontario and Quebec; 7. Provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. 8. Decennial Census. III. Executive Power. 9
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  • Author:Joseph Howe (category Premiers of Nova Scotia)
    480703Q512882Joseph HoweJosephHoweHowe,_Joseph18041873Nova Scotia journalist, politician, and public servant. Works by this author published before
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  • Nova Scotia by Joseph Andrew Chisholm 104591Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 11 Nova ScotiaJoseph Andrew Chisholm I. GEOGRAPHY Nova Scotia
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  • to Nova Scotia in 1761. His grandfather, James Archibald, had been judge of the court of common pleas for the county of Colchester in Nova Scotia. He
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  • HEATHERINGTON, ALEXANDER (d. 1878), mining agent, opened in 1867 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, the ‘International Mining Agency,’ with which was associated the ‘Canadian
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  • Author:Charles Tupper (category Premiers of Nova Scotia)
    shortest term in office for any Prime Minister. Also served as Premier of Nova Scotia from 1864 to 1867. The Canadian Pacific Railway: Annual Statement, 1883[1]
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  • Author:John Sparrow David Thompson (category Members of Nova Scotia House of Assembly)
    jpg18451894Prime Minister of Canada from 1892 to 1894 and Premier of Nova Scotia in 1882. Speech before the House on the Manitoba Schools Question, June
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  • the Iron Mines of Nova Scotia, 1855 (short work) external scan Contributions toward the improvement of agriculture in Nova-Scotia, 1856 external scan
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  • Harris1896 PHILIPS or PHILLIPS, RICHARD (1661–1751), governor of Nova Scotia, was born in England in 1661, and seems to have entered the army as lieutenant
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  • Right Rev. Hibbert, D.D., Bishop of Nova Scotia, son of the Rev. Dr. Binney, rector of Newbury, Berks, born in Nova Scotia, in 1819, came to England, and studied
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  • in transferring the French possessions to Britain were "Nova Scotia or Acadia." See Nova Scotia for the limits included at that date under the term.
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  • (1817–1876), judge, born at Truro, Nova Scotia, in 1817, was sixth son of Samuel George Williams Archibald, LL.D., of Nova Scotia, by Elizabeth, daughter of Charles
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