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An abstract of the Loix de police; or, Public regulations for the establishment of peace and good order, that were of force in the province of Quebec, in the time of the French government / drawn up by a select committee of Canadian gentlemen, well skilled in the laws of France, and of that province, by the desire of the Honourable Guy Carleton, Esquire, governour in chief of the said province.

London : Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan ... , 1772.

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Creator Nouvelle-France. Lois, etc.
Title An abstract of the Loix de police; or, Public regulations for the establishment of peace and good order, that were of force in the province of Quebec, in the time of the French government
Loix de police
Public regulations for the establishment of peace and good order, that were of force in the province of Quebec, in the time of the French government
Pages 35
Published London : Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan ... , 1772.
Identifier 38447
Subject Ordre publique -- Québec (Province)
Public policy (Law) -- Quebec (Province)
Notes Titre français (p. [1]): Loix de police, relevé des édits, déclarations, arrêts, &c. des rois de France, réglemens du Conseil supérieur, et des intendants de Canada, qui ont eu force de loix dans toute la province de Québec.
Titre de l'écran-titre.
TPL, no. 441
3 prelim. leaves, p. 3-31 ; 32 cm.
Texte en français.
Language English
French
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