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" After 1886, as time went on, the manner in which the law was interpreted and was worked, or was proposed to be worked, gave rise to complaints on the part of the British Government, and as it seemed impossible to come to an agreement by means of correspondence,... "
Ein Jahrhundert voller Unrecht: ein Rückblick auf die südafrikanische ... - Page 44
1900 - 96 pages
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Correspondentie van de Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek met betrekking tot eenige ...

South Africa, Union of: Transvaal (South African Republic) - History - 1898 - 5 pages
...Commissaris te Kaapstad. dit beginsel in deze /elfde questie voorstaat, waar hij zegt: «After 1880. «as time went on, the manner in which this Law was...British Govern«ment and as it seemed impossible to cometo an agreement by means of correspondence, «the Marquis of Ripon took, what is the approved course...
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THE STORY OF THE BOERS

C.W.VAN DER HOOGT - 1900
...principle in the same question, where he says: ' After 1886, as time went on, the manner in which the law was interpreted and was worked, or was proposed...of Ripon took what is the approved course in such cases, of proposing to the South African Republic that the dispute should be referred to arbitration....
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John Bull's crime: or, Assaults on republics

Webster William Davis - South African War, 1899-1902 - 1901 - 225 pages
...Town, in which he says: " After 1886 as time went on the manner in which this law was interpreted and worked gave rise to complaints on the part of the...agreement by means of correspondence, the Marquis of Ri]K>n took what is the approved course in such a case—of proposing to the South African Republic...
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The Politician's Handbook

H.. Whates - Great Britain - 1899
...question, where he says :—'After 1886, as time wen*on, the manner in which this law was interpreted and worked, or was proposed to, be worked, gave rise to complaints on ihe part of the British Government, and as it seemed impossible to come to an agreement by means of...
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain - 1902
...where he says : — " After 1886, as time went on, the manner in which this Law was interpreted and waa worked, or was proposed to be worked, gave rise to...complaints on the part of the British Government, and as it teemed impossible to come to an agreement by means of correspondence, the Marquess of Ttipon took what...
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