An Account of the Endowments for Education in Lower Canada, and of the Legislative and Other Public Acts for the Advancement Thereof, from the Cession of the Country in 1763 to the Present Time

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Title
An Account of the Endowments for Education in Lower Canada, and of the Legislative and Other Public Acts for the Advancement Thereof, from the Cession of the Country in 1763 to the Present Time
Abstract
Attributed to both William Badgley (1801-1888) and to Andrew Stuart (1785-1840), this book contains reprints of official government documents and letters relating to education in Lower Canada. William Badgley was a lawyer and a founder and, in 1837, secretary, of the Constitutional Association of Montreal which brought together opponents, principally merchants in the city, of the Patriotes. Andrew Stuart was Solicitor General for Lower Canada from 1837 to 1840.
Place
London, England
Publisher
Norman and Skeen
Date
1838
Language
en
Citation
An Account of the Endowments for Education in Lower Canada, and of the Legislative and Other Public Acts for the Advancement Thereof, from the Cession of the Country in 1763 to the Present Time. London, England: Norman and Skeen, 1838.
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