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1860, New Zealand Statutes (Repr.)
The Statutes of the General Assembly of New Zealand passed during the first and second parliaments; From 16 Victoriae to 18 Victoriae inclusive;
1854-1860: n.a.,xli+541p, Wellington, George Didsbury, Gov. pr., 1871. (From 1841 through 1853 laws in New Zealand, termed “ordinances,” were enacted by
appointive Executive and Legislative Councils. In 1852 an Imperial Act established a new, colony-wide government. The executive was composed of a
Governor and Executive Council. The new legislative arm, which first met on 24 May 1854, was styled a General Assembly. In the years 1841–1852/53 session
laws were entitled Ordinances of New Zealand. Post-1854 they are called Statutes of New Zealand.)
Title:   The statutes of the General Assembly of New Zealand passed during the first and second Parliaments : from 16 Victoriæ to 18 Victoriæ inclusive, 1854 to 1860.
OCLC Number:   739732832
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