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A Portuguese measure of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 1.4 liters. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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As well as being painted in the same colours as the Mallard to replace the old British Rail green, the Dominion of Canada is getting a Canadian bell and chime whistle and a replica cabside crest.
And also, the said Indian rights, titles and privileges whatsoever to all other lands wherever situated in Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, the District of Keewatin, or in any other portion of the Dominion of Canada. It should be emphasized that no mention was made of "land covered by water" in the official text of Treaty No.
(10) Dominion of Canada, Council of the North-West Territories.
Darlington College HND engineering apprentice Jason Brown with the LNER Class A4 4489 Dominion of Canada at the Locomotion Railway Museum, Shildon
Schedule 2 of the Canadian act, being the text of the British act, states: "And whereas, following upon the communication to His Dominions of His Majesty's said declaration and desire, the Dominion of Canada pursuant to the provisions of section four of the Statute of Westminster, 1931 has requested and consented to the enactment of this Act, ...
colonies into a single Dominion of Canada and set up a system of local
Instead of this dangerous process, the 1937 Doncaster-built express locos - Dominion of Canada and Dwight D Eisenhower - destined for the National Railway Museum, in York, were put on trailers and simply driven on and off the ship into the port area.
[bar] 1868: The Dominion of Canada was established by the British North American Act.
This work for coin and token collectors offers a price guide and reference covering provincial and colonial Canadian issues and coinage of the Dominion of Canada, from the 1500s to the present.
He continued on as auditor of the Dominion of Canada and as chair of the Board of Audit after Confederation.
TODAY NATIONAL OF CANADA 1868: The Dominion of Canada was established by the British North American Act.
Modern Canada was born on July 1, 1867, when the British North American Act united the provinces of Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia as the Dominion of Canada. Britain officially recognized Canada's independence in 1931.

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