Journals of the House of Assembly of the Province of New Brunswick

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Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1840
 

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Página 39 - I am commanded by my Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, to acquaint you for the information of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, that my Lords have concluded an agreement with Mr.
Página 100 - Most Excellent Majesty in Council. WHEREAS by an Act passed in the Session of Parliament held in the third and fourth years of the reign of His late Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled " An Act to regulate the Trade of the British Possessions Abroad...
Página 167 - All fines, forfeitures, and penalties imposed or incurred in any court of record or before any justice of the peace...
Página 154 - General has received Her Majesty's commands to administer the Government of these Provinces in accordance with the well understood wishes and interests of the people...
Página 42 - They are intended to apply rather to the heads of departments than to persons serving as clerks or in similar capacities under them ; neither do they extend to officers in the service of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury.
Página 57 - ... countries whenever they may imagine that acts of hostile aggression over the disputed territory are meditated or threatened on the part of the State of Maine. The President can not but hope that when Her Majesty's Government at home shall be apprised of the position assumed in this regard by its colonial agents proper steps will be taken to place the performance of express and solemn agreements upon a more secure basis than colonial discretion, to be exercised on apprehended disregard of such...
Página 56 - ... and protection (whether along the confines of the disputed territory or within that portion of it where, it has been before explained, the authority of Great Britain, according to the existing agreements, was not to be interfered with ) as may seem to them necessary for guarding against or for promptly repelling the further acts of hostile aggression over the whole of the disputed territory which it appears to be the avowed design of the State of Maine sooner or later to attempt. For the undersigned...
Página 57 - Governments to divest a question abounding in causes of deep and growing excitement of as much as possible of the asperity and hostile feeling it is calculated to engender; but unless attended with the most scrupulous observance of the spirit and letter of their provisions, it would prove but one more cause added to the many already prevailing of enmity and discord. Mr. Fox has already been made the channel of conveyance to his Government of the desire and determination of the President that the...
Página 42 - ... terms, they were unwilling to incur the risk and expense of transferring their residence to remote and often to unhealthy climates. But the habit which has obtained of late years of...
Página 101 - Act passed in the first and second years of the reign of her present Majesty, intituled "An Act to i & 2 Viet. abolish Compositions for Tithes in Ireland, and to substitute Rent- c- 109charges in lieu thereof...

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