Item 13-185 - Anno Vicesimo Octavo Et Vicesimo Nono Victoriæ Reginæ. No. VIII. An Act to repeal a Portion of “The First Telegraph Act, 1864.” [16th June, 1865. Whereas by Sections Five and Six of “The First Telegraph Act, 1864,” the Exclusive Right of sending and receiving Messages by Telegraph between any Place within the Colony of Vancouver Island and its Dependencies, …

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Anno Vicesimo Octavo Et Vicesimo Nono Victoriæ Reginæ. No. VIII. An Act to repeal a Portion of “The First Telegraph Act, 1864.” [16th June, 1865. Whereas by Sections Five and Six of “The First Telegraph Act, 1864,” the Exclusive Right of sending and receiving Messages by Telegraph between any Place within the Colony of Vancouver Island and its Dependencies, …

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  • Jun. 16, 1865 (Creation)

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Folio, 28.7cm, pp. [2] on single folded sheet of white paper.

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[Coat of arms A] ANNO VICESIMO OCTAVO ET VICESIMO NONO VICTORIÆ REGINÆ. NO. VIII. AN ACT TO REPEAL A PORTION OF “THE FIRST TELEGRAPH ACT, 1864.” [16TH JUNE, 1865. Victoria, Vancouver Island: Printed by Authority of the Government by Harries and Company. 1865.

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