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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 Colonial Service

Anton Bertram - Great Britain - 1930 - 291 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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