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" If it be said that the governor of a colony is quasi Sovereign, the answer is, that he does not even represent the Sovereign generally, having only the functions delegated to him by the terms of his commission, and being only the officer to execute the... "
The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence - Page 179
1862
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The Canadian Law Times, Volume 12

Law - 1892
...any legal effect." council, says : " If it be said that the Governor of a colony is quasi Sovereign, the answer is that he does not even represent the...generally, having only the functions delegated to him by the terms of his commission, and being only the officer to execute the specific powers with which that...
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The Canadian Law Times, Volume 12

Law - 1892
...the judgment of the council, says : " If it be said that the Governor of a colony is quasi Sovereign, the answer is that he does not even represent the Sovereign generally, having only the functionsdelegated to him by the terms of his commission, and being only the officer to execute the...
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Negligence in Law: General relations

Thomas Beven - Negligence - 1895 - 1779 pages
...answer there. Lord Brougham said : "If it be said that the Governor of a colony is quasiSovereign, the answer is that he does not even represent the...generally, having only the functions delegated to him by the terms of his commission, and being only the officer to execute the specific powers with which that...
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Cases Decided on the British North America Act, 1867, in the Privy ..., Volume 5

John Robison Cartwright - Law reports, digests, etc - 1897
...— " If it be said that the Governor of a colony is quasi Sovereign, the answer is that he does U"t even represent the Sovereign generally, having only the functions delegated to him by tho terms of his commission, and being only the officer to execute the specific powers with which that...
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The Canadian Magazine, Volume 11

J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish - 1898
...not ever represent the Sovereign generally, having only functions delegated to him by the terms of his Commission, and being only the officer to execute the specific powers with which that Commission clothes him." Perhaps the best illustration of the National dependence of Canada and...
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An Anecdotal History of Old Times in Singapore, from the ..., Volume 2

Charles Burton Buckley - Singapore - 1902
...delivered the judgment of the Court, said " If it be said that the Governor of a Colony is quasi Sovereign, the answer is that he does not even represent the...generally, having only the functions delegated to him by the terms of his commission, and being only the offtcer to execute the specific powers with which that...
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An Anecdotal History of Old Times in Singapore, from the ..., Volume 2

Charles Burton Buckley - Singapore - 1902
...delivered the judgment of the Court, said " If it be said that the Governor of a Colony is quasi Sovereign, the answer is that he does not even represent the...generally, having only the functions delegated to him by the terms of his commission, and being only the officer to execute the specific powers with which that...
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Responsible Government in the Dominions, Volume 1

Arthur Berriedale Keith - Constitutional history - 1912 - 1339 pages
...such exemption is thus met : — ' If it be said that the Governor of a Colony is quasi sovereign, the answer is, that he does not even represent the...generally, having only the functions delegated to him by the term of his commission, and being only the officer to execute the specific powers with which that...
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George Higinbotham: Third Chief Justice of Victoria, 1886-1892

John Michael Bennett - Judges - 2006 - 312 pages
...in Hill v. Bigge, had advised that: If it be said that the Governor of a colony is quasi Sovereign, the answer is that he does not even represent the...generally, having only the functions delegated to him by the terms of his commission, and being only the officer to execute the specific powers with which that...
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Colonial Service 1714-1989

Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church (Oldwick, N.J.) - Lutheran Church - 1989 - 12 pages
...private debt), Lord Brougham declared: "If it be said that the Governor of a Colony is quasisovereign, the answer is that he does not even represent the...generally, having only the functions delegated to him by the terms of his Commission, and being only the officer to execute the specific powers, with which...
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