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- n. Plural form of general election.
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The period between two general elections is called a legislatura, of which there have been 23, since 8 May, 1848, when the first legislatura was opened.
Also a bill to repeal the second section of an act entitled an act to compensate officers and freeholders for their services for holding of general elections in the county of Emanuel; also to compensate Petit Jurors in said county.
Defeated in the general elections of 1878 and 1882, he abandoned public life and returned to journalism, the products of his pen appearing in the "Journal de Québec", the "Journal de Lévis", the