- Halliburton, Sir Brenton
- (1773-1860)H Chief-justice, of Nova Scotia, presides at trial of Joseph Howe for libel, 24; contest for his office, 168; his son challenges Howe, because of supposed insulting references to the father, 236.Bib.: Hill, Memoir of Sir Brenton Halliburton; Campbell, History of Nova Scotia.
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