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" The importance of maintaining the utmost possible harmony between the policy of the legislature and of the executive government admits of no question, and it will of course be your anxious... "
Colonial Chronology: A Chronology of the Principal Events Connected with the ... - Page 215
by Henry James Robinson - 1892 - 304 pages
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Parliamentary Procedure and Practice: With an Introductory Account of the ...

John George Bourinot - 1884 - 785 pages
...Russell,2 in which the governor-general was instructed, in order "to maintain the utmost possible harmony," to call to his counsels and to employ in the public...confidence and esteem of the inhabitants of the province." He wished it to be generally made known by the governor-general that thereafter certain heads of departments...
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A Manual of the Constitutional History of Canada from the Earliest Period to ...

Sir John George Bourinot - 1888 - 238 pages
...1839 to 1841 ; the nor-general was instructed, in order " to maintain the utmost possible harmony," to call to his counsels and to employ in the public...confidence and esteem of the inhabitants of the province." He wished it to bo generally made known by the governor-general that thereafter certain heads of departments...
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The Constitution of Canada

Joseph Edwin Crawford Munro - 1889 - 356 pages
...dated the 5th Feb. 1841 Lord John Russell instructed the Governor-General to call to his Councils " those persons who by their position and character...confidence and esteem of the inhabitants of the province," and "only to oppose the wishes of the Assembly when the honour of the Crown or the interest of the...
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Documents Illustrative of the Canadian Constitution

William Houston - 1891 - 338 pages
...Government, admits of no question ; and it will of course be your anxious endeavour to call to your Counsels and to employ in the public service those...confidence and esteem of the inhabitants of the Province. i The text of these despatches is reprinted from a return to an address from the Legislative Assembly...
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The Story of Canada

John George Bourinot - 1896 - 463 pages
...well-understood wishes and interests of the people," and to employ in the pub361 lie service only " those persons who, by their position and character,...confidence and esteem of the inhabitants of the province.'' During the first session of the Canadian legislature the assembly passed certain resolutions which...
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The British Empire in the Nineteenth Century: Its Progress and ..., Volume 5

Edgar Sanderson - 1898 - 30 pages
...united Parliament of Canada, on June 1 3th, 1841, at Kingston, on the north-east shore of Lake Ontario. He informed the Legislature that, in order "to maintain...confidence and esteem of the inhabitants of the province ". CHAPTER II. HISTORY OF CANADA (1841 TO THE PRESENT TIME). Administrations of Lords Sydenham and...
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A Manual of the Constitutional History of Canada from the Earliest Period to ...

John George Bourinot - 1901 - 246 pages
...Russell,1 in which the governor-general was instructed, in order "to maintain the utmost possible harmony," to call to his counsels and to employ in the public...confidence and esteem of the inhabitants of the province." He wished it to be generally made known by the governor-general that thereafter certain heads of departments...
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British Rule and Jurisdiction Beyond the Seas

Sir Henry Jenkyns - 1902 - 300 pages
...are to be made. In 1841 Lord John Russell " instructed the Governor-General to call to his councils ' those persons who by their position and character...confidence and esteem of the inhabitants of the province/ and it was not till 1847 that Lord Elgin was expressly instructed 'to act generally on the advice of...
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The Decennial Publications of the University of Chicago

University of Chicago - 1903
...admits of no question; and it will of conrse be your anxious endeavor to call to your councils and employ in the public service those persons who, by...general confidence and esteem of the inhabitants of the province.3' And another dispateh setting forth his views he concluded by saying: The governor must...
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Lord Elgin

John George Bourinot - 1905 - 276 pages
...governor-general was instructed, in order "to maintain the utmost possible harmony," to call to his councils and to employ in the public service "those persons...confidence and esteem of the inhabitants of the province." He wished it to be generally made known by the governor-general that thereafter certain heads of departments...
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