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in convenient form, the necessary information, forms and directions collected from various sources, together with the Act itself accompanied by such observations as would tend to elucidate the same, would be a work of practical utility. And in the small work now respectfully offered, the author trusts he has in same useful measure accomplished the object in view.
The law of the United States, and forms in use there, have been added, chiefly for the benefit of persons in Canada who may contemplate becoming citizens of that country the government of which is in accord with that of Great Britain upon the leading principles of the Act as will be seen by reference to the treaty and convention in the Appendix.
The author acknowledges his obligations to the various eminent authorities cited in the following pages.
A. H. TORONTO, July, 1884.
Royal Commission, Lord Chief Justice Cockburn's
Convention between same powers, of 23rd February,
Wallace v. Adamson, 5
v. Hewitt, 5 Webster, C. C., In re 63, 64, 99
Le Noir v. Ritchie, 28 Lord Lovat's Case, 21
6. 42. 76. 77. 78. 84.
note (h) for
" vote. "8'
“9." note • in Appendix "
“p. 94.” “p. 111."
p. 111." the pronouns “its” and “it" as relating to the word "oaths" in the first line of the section occur in the original statute ; But see C. S. C. c. 5, sec. 6, by which words importing the singular number are to include
more things of the same kind than one. line 19, for 1878" read “ 1870.”