Toronto : J. Lovell, 1856.; 149 pages
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Canada. Legislature. Legislative Assembly. Select Committee Appointed to Inquire Into Certain Charges Against George Brown.
Proceedings and minutes of evidence, had before the Select committee, appointed to inquire into certain charges made against George Brown, esquire, a member of the House .
|Published||Toronto : J. Lovell, 1856.|
Prisons -- Ontario -- Kingston.
Pénitencier de Kingston.
|Document source||Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by the Library of Parliament.|
Title from title screen.
Proceedings of a committee of seven, James Moir Ferres, Chairman, recording its investigation into charges preferred by John A. Macdonald on Feb. 26, 1856, against Brown. The latter was accused of having made false records and influenced witnesses while he was acting as a member and secretary of the commission appointed to inquire into the condition of the provincial penitentiary in 1848.
"Committee Appointed by Motion of Mr. Brown, on 27th February, 1856."
"Printed by order of the Legislative Assembly."
TPL no. 3644
148 p. ; 25 cm.
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