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עמוד 330 - For every gallon of such spirits or strong waters, of any strength not exceeding the strength of proof by Sykes's hydrometer, and so in proportion for any greater strength than the strength of proof, and for any greater or less quantity than a gallon, viz.
עמוד 13 - I have taken the earliest opportunity of informing you that her Majesty's Government have no objection whatever to offer to the establishment of the system known as responsible government, in New Zealand. They have no reason to doubt that it will prove the best adapted for developing the interests as well as satisfying the wishes of the community. Nor have they any desire to propose terms, or to lay down restrictions on your assent to the measures which may be necessary for that object, except that...
עמוד 420 - Providence never intended to make the management of public affairs a mystery, to be comprehended only by a few persons of sublime genius, of which there seldom are three born in an age; but they suppose truth, justice, temperance, and the like to be in every man's power, the practice of which virtues, assisted by experience and a good intention, would qualify any man for the service of his country, except where a course of study is required.
עמוד 2 - These are considerations which make England proud of her youngest colony — and she has reason to be so. Situated in the same relative position in the southern hemisphere ; similar in size to Great Britain; like her, separated from other lands by broad seas ; possessing the same natural advantages and colonized by the same hardy race— New Zealand cannot fail to become the Britain of Australasia. " Free institutions, deeply graven in the hearts of Englishmen, the glory of the British nation, framed,...
עמוד 240 - That it shall not be lawful for any Plaintiff to divide any Cause of Action for the Purpose of bringing Two or more Suits...
עמוד 198 - It is a principle in the English law, that an act of parliament, delivered in clear and intelligible terms, cannot be questioned, or its authority controlled, in any court of justice.
עמוד 198 - States ; though, if there be no constitutional objection to a statute, it is with us as absolute and uncontrollable as laws flowing from the sovereign power, under any other form of government. But in this, and all other countries where there is a written constitution, designating the powers and duties of the legislative, as well as of the other departments of the government, an Act of the Legislature may be void as being against the Constitution.
עמוד 1 - ... which has no reference to the future; that they will arm themselves with a determination to disregard all private interests, and, devoting themselves heart and soul to those of New Zealand, they will declare what ought to be enacted for the welfare of the Colony at large. Such conduct will ensure respect from opponents and the esteem of Englishmen, not only in this Colony but throughout the Empire; not only at the present time but in the future, when party feelings and local interests have been...
עמוד 3 - Chamber, His Excellency was pleased to make a Speech to both Houses of Parliament, of which Mr. Speaker said he had, to prevent mistakes, obtained a copy...
עמוד 43 - I call it municipal law, in compliance with common speech ; for, though strictly that expression denotes the particular customs of one single municipium or free town, yet it may with sufficient propriety be applied to any one state or nation, which is governed by the same laws and customs.

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