Blupete's History of Nova Scotia

Key Events in the History of Nova Scotia: 1835.


§Dickens has his work, Sketches by Boz, published.
§The English Municipal Corporations Act was passed in 1835.
§March 2nd: Trial of Joseph Howe.
§April: Melbourne once again comes in as Prime Minister replacing Peel.
§September 23rd, 1835, first instalment of Haliburton's The Clockmaker in The Novascotian under the title "Recollections of Nova Scotia."
§William MacKay is commissioned to produce a large scale map of the province.
§By an act of the legislature Cape Breton County was divided into three counties: Cape Breton, Richmand and Juste au Corps. (In 1837 Juste au Corps changed to Inverness. To complete the picture, in 1851, Cape Breton County was divided into two: Cape Breton and Victoria.)
§By an act of the legislature Halifax County was divided into three counties: Halifax, Colchester and Pictou. William MacKay map Nova Scotia

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