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" He was to act generally upon the advice of his Executive Council, and to receive as Members of that body those persons who might be pointed out to him as entitled to be so by their possessing the confidence of the Assembly. "
Colonial Chronology: A Chronology of the Principal Events Connected with the ... - Page 215
by Henry James Robinson - 1892 - 304 pages
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The Colonial Policy of Lord John Russell's Administration, Volume 1

Earl Henry George Grey Grey - 1853 - 955 pages
...support on one party into which Lord Metcalfe had, by unfortunate circumstances, been brought. He was to act generally upon the advice of his Executive...by their possessing the confidence of the Assembly. But he was carefully to avoid identifying himself with the party from the ranks of which the actual...
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The Colonial Policy of Lord John Russell's Administration, Volume 1

Earl Henry George Grey Grey - 1853 - 955 pages
...which Lord Metcalfa had, by unfortunate circumstances, been brought. 'He was to act generallyjigpn the advice of his Executive Council, and to receive as Members of that body those persons whojnight be pointed out to him as entitled to be so by their possessing the confidence of the Assembly....
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Rose-Belford's Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volume 4; Volume 17

Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart - 1880
...appointed GovernorGeneral of Canada, he received instructions to act generally upon the advice of the Executive Council, and to receive as members of that...persons who might be pointed out to him as entitled to become so by their possessing the confidence of the Assembly. From that day to this, the representatives...
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Proceedings, Volume 11

Royal Colonial Institute (Great Britain) - 1880
...first to receive instructions to act generally upon the advice of the Executive Council, anl " to take as members of that body those persons who might be pointed out to him as entitled to do so by their possessing the confidence of the Assembly." From that day to this, the representatives...
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Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute, Volume 11

Royal Colonial Institute (Great Britain), Royal Empire Society (Great Britain) - 1880
...first to receive instructions to act generally upon the advice of the Executive Council, and " to take as members of that body those persons who might be pointed out to him as entitled to do so by their possessing the confidence of the Assembly." From that day to this, the representatives...
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Parliamentary Procedure and Practice: With an Introductory Account of the ...

Sir John George Bourinot - 1884 - 785 pages
...worked out.- In ISi1?, Lord Elgin was appointed governor-general, and received positive instructions "to act generally upon the advice of his executive...persons who might be pointed out to him as entitled to do so by their possessing the confidence of the Assembly."3 No act of Parliament wras necessary to...
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A Manual of the Constitutional History of Canada from the Earliest Period to ...

John George Bourinot - 1888 - 238 pages
...was appointed governor-general, and received positive instructions " to act generally upon tho advico of his executive council, and to receive as members of that body those persons who might bo pointed out to him as entitled to do so by their possessing tho confidence of tho Assembly." 3 No...
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The Constitution of Canada

Joseph Edwin Crawford Munro - 1889 - 356 pages
...effect. At length Lord Elgin in 1847 was expressly instructed "to act generally on the advice of the Executive Council and to receive as members of that...persons who might be pointed out to him as entitled to do so by their possessing the confidence of the Assembly." Changes The Constitution of 1840 remained...
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The Story of Canada

John George Bourinot - 1896 - 463 pages
...Elgin—the son-in-law of Lord Durham—was appointed governor-general, and received positive instructions " to act generally upon the advice of his executive...persons who might be pointed out to him as entitled to do so by their possessing the confidence of the assembly." No act of parliament was necessary to effect...
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The Coming Commonwealth: An Australian Handbook of Federal Government ...

Sir Robert Garran - 1897 - 192 pages
...with the wellunderstood interests and wishes of the people.' In 1847 Lord Elgin, Governor-General, was instructed ' to act generally upon the advice...persons who might be pointed out to him as entitled to do so by their possessing the confidence of the Assembly.' In this way Imperial influence was gradually...
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