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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons.
Canada. Legislature. Legislative Assembly. Select Committee on the Prohibitory Liquor Law.
Minutes of proceedings in the House of Commons of the Imperial Parliament, in the session of 1834, relative to an inquiry into the extent, causes and consequences of the prevailing vice of intoxication : extracted by Rowland Burr, from the report of the committee of the said House.
Extracts by Rowland Burr, from the report of the Select Committee of the Legislative Assembly of Canada, on the prohibitory liquor law
|Published||Toronto : A. Dredge's Book and Job Office, 1860.|
Drinking of alcoholic beverages -- Great Britain.
Drinking of alcoholic beverages -- Canada.
Consommation d'alcool -- Grande-Bretagne.
Consommation d'alcool -- Canada.
|Document source||Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by the National Library of Canada.|
Cover title: Extracts by Rowland Burr, from the report of the select committee of the Legislative assembly of Canada, on the prohibitory liquor law.
Title from title screen.
"Printed by Order of the Legislative Assembly."--Cover.
Originally printed by John Lovell in 1859.
Appended to the Minutes are addresses and temperance anecdotes by Burr, also extracts from the report of the select committee of the Assembly on the prohibitory liquor law in 1859, p. 9-28.
TPL, no. 3958
28 p. ; 18 cm.
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