The 23rd New Brunswick Legislative Assembly represented New Brunswick between February 18, 1875, and May 14, 1878.
William Wedderburn was chosen as speaker.
In 1876, an informal accommodation was reached with Roman Catholics in the province with respect to religious instruction in schools. Where the arrangement was agreeable to the local school board, religious instruction could be carried out in buildings owned by the Church and rented to the province for use as public schools.
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