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32 pages. Scarce early publication on governing voting practice in Nova Scotia, with instructions involving polling divisions, list of electors, prevention of corrupt practices, Sheriff's court, candidate's agent, duties of Sheriff on demand of a poll, proceedings at polling place, qualification of voters - objections and challenges, return day - recount - declaration, offences and penalties, miscellaneous provisions, &c. Binding was originally side-sewn with wraps pasted to edge. The thread remains and holds some leaves together but consider as disbound. Lacks rear cover, otherwise complete. Small plate of Ewart G. Morse to first and final leaf and, as usual, his initials to head of pp. 7, 17, 27.
Title: Manual of Instructions for Sheriffs, Presiding Officers, ETC.
Publisher: Halifax, Commissioner of Public Works and Mines, Queen's Printer: 1890
Book Condition: Fair
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: Books006280
Keywords: nova scotia history legal law political voting legislation