Annual Register, Band 86

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Edmund Burke
1845

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Seite 119 - That an humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that she will be graciously pleased to direct...
Seite 16 - That the head of the Executive Government of the province, being, within the limits of his government, the representative of the Sovereign, is responsible to the Imperial authority alone ; but that, nevertheless, the management of our local affairs can only be conducted by him, by and with the assistance, counsel, and information of subordinate officers in the province.
Seite 451 - An Act to dissolve the Marriage of James M'Gauley with Elizabeth Rowlands, his now Wife, and to enable him to marry again, and for other Purposes therein mentioned.
Seite 443 - An Act to amend and consolidate the Laws relating to Merchant Seamen and for keeping a Register of Seamen...
Seite 450 - Monies arising therefrom in the Purchase of other Estates, to be settled to the same Uses.
Seite 446 - The British Society for extending the Fisheries and improving the Sea Coasts of the Kingdom...
Seite 29 - Nothing has occurred since your last session to induce a doubt that the dispositions of Texas remain unaltered. No intimation of an altered determination on the part of her Government and people has been furnished to the Executive. She still desires to throw herself under the protection of our laws and to partake of the blessings of our federative system, while every American interest would seem to require it. The...
Seite 240 - On the third reading the opponents of the Bill again assailed it, Mr. Colquhoun moving, and Sir R. Inglis seconding, an amendment that the Bill be read a third time that day six months. — Lord Eliot declared himself a convert to the propriety of the measure. — Sir Thos. Wilde also announced his adhesion to it. Although at first he had been inclined to object to it, he had, after diligent consideration, arrived at the conviction that it was a Bill to prevent confiscation, and to protect the in/.
Seite 339 - Majesty's subjects, and to excite such subjects to hatred and contempt of the government and constitution of the realm as by law established, and to unlawful and seditious opposition to the said government and constitution.

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