2 edition of Speech in the Canadian Senate, March 21, 1878, on The public finances of the Dominion. found in the catalog.
Speech in the Canadian Senate, March 21, 1878, on The public finances of the Dominion.
Fisher copy available in an online version via the UTL Canadian Pamphlets and Broadsides digital collection.
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Speech in the Canadian Senate, Ma on the public finances of the Dominion: the financial transactions of the Mackenzie and Macdonald governments contrasted.
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