• Chapter
    4 George IV – Chapter 28
  • Year
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  • Jurisdictional Relevance
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  • Description
    The continuation of an act first passed in 1778 and amended in 1798, which prevented the sale of cord wood for any price over fifteen shillings per cord. The amendment loosens the restrictions around the sale of cordwood in the town of Halifax.
  • Source
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