Parliamentary Papers, Հատոր 72

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Էջ 126 - For he who freely magnifies what hath been nobly done, and fears not to declare as freely what might be done better, gives ye the best covenant of his fidelity; and that his loyalest affection and his hope waits on your proceedings.
Էջ 5 - Government and not official servants of the Crown. But the Act which added these Members to the Council for a particular purpose made no change in the relations which subsist between the Imperial Government and its own executive officers. That Government must hold in its hands the ultimate power of requiring the Governor General to introduce a measure, and of requiring also all the members of his Government to vote for it.
Էջ 20 - Extract from the Abstract of the Proceedings of the Council of the Governor General of India, assembled for the purpose of making Laws and Regulations under the provisions of the Act of Parliament 24 & 25 Vic., cap.
Էջ 2 - That, in the opinion of this House, the duties now levied upon cotton manufactures imported into India, being protective in their nature, are contrary to sound commercial policy, and ought to be repealed without delay, so soon as the financial condition of India will permit.
Էջ 75 - Council in his absence, to adjourn any meeting for the purpose of making laws and regulations from time to time and from place to place.
Էջ 4 - Neither can I admit that it makes any real difference in the case, if the directions issued by the Imperial Government related to what may be termed legislative as distinguished from executive affairs. It may be quite as essential, in order to carry into effect the views of the Imperial Government as to the well-being of Her Majesty's Indian dominions, that a certain measure should be passed into a law, as that a certain act described in common language as executive should be performed.
Էջ 101 - September, 1931, the Governor General in Council is pleased to make the following rules : — * PART I.
Էջ 103 - Foot moved in the House of Commons, " That in the opinion of this House the power of the Executive has increased, is increasing, and ought to be diminished.
Էջ 2 - On general principle it is liable to objection, as impeding the importation of an article of first necessity, and as tending to operate as a protective duty in favour of a native manufacture.
Էջ 4 - ... them, on the ground that such a course deprived the Legislative Councils of all liberty of action, the Home Government proceeded to assert their rights of control in the most emphatic manner : "It cannot be denied that some theoretical inconveniences are inseparably connected with the working of a such a machinery of government as that through which the Empire of India is ruled from Home. In practice these inconveniences may be, and have actually been, reduced to a minimum by mutual respect on...

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