Charles Dickens visited the Nova Scotia House of Assembly of the British colony in 1842 and observed:

“It was like looking at Westminster through the wrong end of a telescope. The Governor delivered the Speech from the Throne. The military band outside struck up God Save the Queen with great vigour; the people shouted; the Ins rubbed their hands, the Outs shook their heads; the Government party said there never was such a good speech; the Opposition declared there never was such a bad one; and in short everything went on and promised to go on just as it does at home.”

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  1. Bill Lawvere

    But actually things do not remain the same.


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