Twelve Resolutions


Twelve Resolutions
   Presented by Joseph Howe before the Assembly of Nova Scotia in 1837. They embody those principles of constitutional government for which he so long and strenuously contended.
   Index: H Presented by Howe, 39; his speech, 39-40, 41; passed by the Assembly, 42; resented by Legislative Council, 42; rescinded on motion of Howe, 43-44; embodied in address to the crown, 44; bring about partial concession of responsible government, 45-47; text of resolutions, 293-298.
   Bib.: Campbell, History of Nova Scotia. See also Howe.

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