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WICKEN, Bill. Acadiensis : Journal Of The History Of The Atlantic Region, Vol. 23, No.1. PATTERSON, Stephen E SNELL, James G. Listings

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1 WICKEN, Bill. Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol. 23, No.1. PATTERSON, Stephen E SNELL, James G. 26 August 1726 : A Case Study of Mi'kmaq-New England Relations in the Early18th Century. An article in Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atl antic Region, Vol. 23, No. 1, Autumn/Automne 1993
1993, 
WICKEN, Bill. “26 August 1726 : A Case Study of Mi'kmaq-New England Relations in the Early 18th Century.” An article in Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol. XXIII, No. 1, Autumn/Automne 1993, pp 5-22. Also : Articles : "Indian-White Relations in Nova Scotia, 1749-61: A Study in Political Interaction" by Stephen E. Patterson (pp 23-59); "Electrification and Underdevelopment in New Brunswick: The Grand Falls Project, 1896-1930" by Christopher S. Beach (pp 60-85); "The Newfoundland Old Age Pension Programme, 1911-1949" by James G. Snell (pp 86-109); Documents : "The Règlements of 1739: A Note on Micmac Law and Literacy" by David L. Schmidt, B.A. Balcom (pp 110-127); Research Notes : "The Lyon and Bordeaux Connections of Emmanuel Le Borgne (c. 1605-1681)" by J. F. Bosher (pp 128-145); reviews. Very good. 10.00

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2 SNELL, James G. In the Shadow of the Law: Divorce in Canada 1900-1939. cloth
University of Toronto Press, 1991, ISBN:0802058892 
SNELL, James G. In the Shadow of the Law : Divorce in Canada 1900-1939. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, (1991). Pp 322. 8vo, orange cloth. Volume 45 in the Social History of Canada Series. Vg-fine. 40.00

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3 SNELL, James G. and Frederick VAUGHAN VAUGHAN, Frederick Supreme Court of Canada : History of the Institution
Osgoode Society, Toronto, 1985, ISBN:0802034179 
SNELL, James G. and Frederick VAUGHAN. The Supreme Court of Canada : History of the Institution . [Foreword by Brendan O'Brien and Peter N. Oliver]. (Toronto): The Osgoode Society, (1985). Pp. (8),[ix]-xv,(1),[1]-319,(1), + 8p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, maroon cloth with gilt let tering to front and spine. "Unknown and uncelebrated by the public, overshadowed and frequently overruled by the Privy Council, the Supreme Court of Canada before 1949 occupied a rather humble place in Canadian jurisprudence as an intermediate court of appeal. Today its name more accurately reflectsits function: it is the court of ultimate appeal and the arbiter of Canada 's constitutional questions. Appointment to its bench is the highest achievement to which a member of the legal profession can aspire. This history traces the development of the Supreme Court of Canada from its establishmentin the early days following Confederation, through its attainment of indep endence from the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in 1949, to the adoption of the Constitution Act, 1982. The authors describe the politics of judicial appointments and document the internal struggles and tensions between the justices. Central to the story is the attitude of successive federal governments to the ened for a strong and intellectually vibrant court. Not all prime ministers and ministers of justice took an interest in the Court, and some of their appointments were of less than outstanding quality. Only in recent times have appointments been of consistently high calibre." - from the introductory blurb. Very good. No dj (as issued). 30.00

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