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Colonial Chronology: A Chronology of the Principal Events Connected with the ... - Page 156
by Henry James Robinson - 1892 - 304 pages
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1862
...this House, while it fully recognises the claim of all portions of the British Empire on Imperial aid against perils arising from the consequences of Imperial...providing for their own internal order and security. " MB. BUXTON said, he rose to second the Motion. He was glad that the hon. Member for Taunton had repudiated...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1870
...confirmed by a Resolution of the House of Commons in 1862. That Resolution was to the effect — " That Colonies exercising the rights of selfgovernment...responsibility of providing for their own internal order tod security, and ought to assist in their own external defence." On that principle successive Colonial...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1862
...Answer of Sir R. Peel ... ... ... ... 1027 Colonial Government — Resolution of Mr. Arthur Mills, " That Colonies exercising the rights of Self-Government...providing for their own internal order and security" — Motion agreed to ... 1032 Register of Voters Bill — Order for Second Reading read — House counted...
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Annual Register

1863
...Empire to Imperial aid in their protection against perils arising from the consequences of Impejial policy) is of opinion that Colonies exercising the...providing for their own internal order and security." He indicated the area to which the inquiries of the Committee had been limited, and said hU object...
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The life and times of viscount Palmerston, Volume 2; Volume 87

James Ewing Ritchie - 1866
...against perils arising from the consequences of imperial policy, the colonies, which have the right fair white-winged peacemaker fly To happy haven such colonies ought to assist in their own external defence. In April, Mr. R. Sheridan, by a majority...
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Parliamentary Debates

New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives - 1869
...have been passed with great unanimity on the part of the House. The resolution was as follows : — " That this House, while fully recognizing the claims...providing for their own internal order and security, and ought to assist in their own external defence." I will next refer the House to another demonstration...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1870
...confirmed by a Resolution of the House of Commons in 1862. That Resolution was to the effect — " That Colonies exercising the rights of selfgovernment...undertake the main responsibility of providing for their ewn internal order and security, and ought to assist in their own external defence." On that principle...
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Elgin Speeches

Sir Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff - 1871 - 279 pages
...without a division, in favour of requiring the colonies which exercise the rights of self-government "to undertake the main responsibility of providing for their own internal order and security, and of assisting in their own external defence." This was an important step, and the speeches by which...
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Speeches of Edward lord Lytton now first collected, with some of ..., Volume 2

Edward George E.L. Bulwer- Lytton (1st baron.) - 1874
...this House, while it fully recognises the claim of all portions of the British Empire on Imperial aid against perils arising from the consequences of Imperial...providing for their own internal order and security." Seconded by the Member for Maidstone, Mr Charles Buxton, this resolution upon the suggestion of the...
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Parliamentary Government in the British Colonies

Alpheus Todd - 1880 - 607 pages
...March 4. 1862, the e "oio- upon motion of Mr. Arthur Mills, resolved, without a " R ' s - division, " that this house (while fully recognizing the claims...providing for their own internal order and security, and ought to assist in their own external defence." Thenceforward, the principle embodied in the foregoing...
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