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" ... 1. That the powers and privileges and territorial rights of the several existing colonies shall remain intact, except in respect to such surrenders as may be agreed upon as necessary and incidental to the power and authority of the National Federal... "
Official Report of the National Australasian Convention Debates: Sydney, 2 ... - Page 50
1891 - 964 pages
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The Nineteenth Century, Volume 30

Nineteenth century - 1891
...of a federal government, the principles embodied in the resolutions following be agreed to : — (1) That the powers and privileges and territorial rights...and authority of the National Federal Government. (-) Tbat the trade and intercourse between the federated colonies, whether by means of land carriage...
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Parliamentary Debates

New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives - 1891
...resolution, then, is as follows : — • "That the powers, and privileges, and territorial rights of tho several existing colonies shall remain intact except...and authority of the National Federal Government." That resolution guided the Convention throughout. The idea set forth in this resolution — that tho...
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Review of Reviews and World's Work, Volume 3

1891
...be established : "1. The powers, privileges, and territorial rights of the several existing Colouies shall remain intact, except in respect to such surrenders...and authority of the National Federal Government. " 3. Trade and intercourse between the federated coloThe preamble to the second part of Sir Cons<;((/on....
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Official Record of the Debates ...

1891
...of a federal government, the principles embodied iu the resolutions following be agreed to :— (1.) That the powers and privileges and territorial rights of the several existing colonies fiii.ill remain intact, except in respect to sncii surrenders as may be agreed upon as necessary and...
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Fifty Years in the Making of Australian History, Volume 2

Sir Henry Parkes - Australia - 1892
...the principles embodied in the resolutions following be agreed to: (1) That the powers and privDeges and territorial rights of the several existing colonies...and authority of the National Federal Government. (2) That the trade and intercourse between the federated colonies, whether by means of land carriage...
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Fifty Years in the Making of Australian History, Volume 1

Sir Henry Parkes - Australia - 1892 - 679 pages
...of a Federal Government, the principles embodied in the resolutions following be agreed to:— (1) That the powers and privileges and territorial rights...respect to such surrenders as may be agreed upon as 1 Since this was written a Bill has been brought in by Sir Samuel Griffith to divide Queensland into...
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Australian Commonwealth: (New South Wales, Tasmania, Victoria, Western ...

Greville Philipps Tregarthen - Australasia - 1894 - 444 pages
...a Federal Government, the principles embodied in the Resolutions following be agreed to : — " (i) That the powers and privileges and territorial rights...and authority of the National Federal Government. "(2) No State shall be formed by separation from another State, nor shall any State be formed by the...
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The Review of Reviews, Volume 3

William Thomas Stead - Europe - 1891
...embodying the principles on which the Federation of Australasia must be established : — 1. The powers, privileges, and territorial rights of the several...and authority of the National Federal Government. 2. Trade and intercourse between the federated colonies, whether by means of land carriage or coastal...
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The Legislative Powers of the Commonwealth and the States of Australia: With ...

Sir John Quick, Sir Robert Garran - Constitutional history - 1901 - 994 pages
...a federal government, the principles embodied in the resolutions following be agreed to : — " 1. That the powers and privileges and territorial rights...and authority of the National Federal Government. " 2. That the trade and intercourse between the federated colonies, whether by means of land carriage...
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The Annotated Constitution of the Australian Commonwealth

Sir John Quick, Sir Robert Garran - Australia - 1901 - 1008 pages
...a federal government, the principles embodied in the resolutions following be agreed to : — " 1. That the powers and privileges and territorial rights...and authority of the National Federal Government. " 2. That the trade and intercourse between the federated colonies, whether by means of land carriage...
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