The law of 1855 relating to Roman Catholic separate schools in Upper Canada together with extracts from the common school acts, departmental regulations, &c., affecting the Roman Catholic separate schools, arranged with notes and references. by Canada (Province).

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The law of relating to Roman Catholic separate schools in Upper Canada: together with extracts from the common school acts, departmental regulations, &c., affecting the Roman Catholic separate schools: arranged with notes and references.

The law of relating to Roman Catholic separate schools in Upper Canada: together with extracts from the Common School Acts, departmental regulations, &c., affecting the Roman Catholic separate schools: arranged with notes and references by Canada (Province); Ryerson, Egerton, (association); Canada (Province).

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