Historical Records of Australia: Governors' despatches to and from England. Series I, Volume 9

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Library Committee of the Commonwealth Parliament., 1917
 

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Page 559 - And you are to observe and follow such Orders and Directions from Time to Time, as you shall receive from this or a future Congress...
Page 107 - Justice wheresoever the said Court shall then be, there to answer to us, as well touching a contempt which he it is alleged hath committed against us, as also such other matters as shall be then and there laid to his charge...
Page 310 - ... as far as his previous researches had extended, the accuracy and fidelity of his narration was fully -exemplified. " It would perhaps appear presuming in me to hazard an opinion upon the merits of persons engaged in a pursuit of which I have little knowledge. The extensive and valuable collection of plants formed by Mr.
Page 307 - This originally unlocked for and truly singular termination of a river, which we had anxiously hoped and reasonably expected would have led to a far different conclusion, filled us with the most painful sensations. We were full...
Page 146 - Kingdom shall on or before the first day of February and the first day of August in every year...
Page 548 - Warning having been given or left as aforesaid, such Justice or Justices shall proceed to hear and determine the said Complaint, and award such Sum to be paid by the Person or Persons respectively liable to the Payment of any such Note or Security to such...
Page 548 - WHEREAS the forgery of promissory-notes in writing for the payment of small sums of money hath of late time been so much practised, to the subversion of common truth and justice, the prejudice of trade and credit, and to the manifest injury of industrious individuals, that it is necessary, for the more effectual preventing of such an offence, to adopt certain regulations in regard to the making of such promissory-notes...
Page 549 - Justices shall, by Warrant under his or their Hand and Seal or Hands and Seals, cause the same to be levied by Distress and Sale of the Goods of the Party so neglecting or refusing as aforesaid, together with all Costs and Charges attending...
Page 309 - Bathurst j but to the west of those lofty ranges, the country was broken into low grassy hills, and fine valleys watered by rivulets rising on the west side of the mountains, which on their eastern side pour their waters directly into the Macquarie.
Page 474 - For no" subject of England can be constrained to pay any aids or taxes, even for the defence of the realm or the support of government, but such as are imposed by his own consent, or that of his representatives in parliament.

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