27th General Assembly of Nova Scotia


27th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

The 27th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between 1882 and 1886.

Angus McGillivray was chosen as speaker for the house.

The assembly was dissolved on May 20 1886.

List of Members

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