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" I do not feel that it is necessary for me to take up the time of the committee... "
Parliamentary Debates - Page 346
by New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives - 1896
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Proceedings of the National Electric Light ..., Volumes 7-8; Volumes 10-11

National Electric Light Association. Convention - Electric lighting - 1890
...what the position of the underwriters is as regards the matter of electric lighting, and I hardly feel that it is necessary for me to take up the time of the Convention with any extended remarks. I think different Conventions have been sufficiently bored with...
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Parliamentary Debates

New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives - 1891
...the taxation on the land is going in a different direction from what it should go in. I do not think it is necessary for me to take up the time of the Council further. I was rather unwilling to talk about the Bill myself ; but I ask the Government to...
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Débats du Sénat

Canada. Parliament. Senate - Canada - 1896
...reading of Bill (C) "An Act respecting female offenders in the Province of New Brunswick." He said : I do not know that it is necessary for me to take up your time with a speech in moving the second reading of this bill. Those gentlemen in the Senate who...
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Débats du Sénat

Canada. Parliament. Senate - Canada - 1896
...reading of Bill (C) "An Act respecting female offenders in the Province of New Brunswick." He said : I do not know that it is necessary for me to take up your time with a speech in moving the second reading of this bill. Those gentlemen in the Senate who...
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Journals of the House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada, Volume 41, Part 1

Canada. Parliament. House of Commons - Canada - 1907
...and themselves. They are looking at it from a selfish standpoint in that respect. I do not know thnt it is necessary for me to take up the time of the committee in reading all this information. You have listened to a great deal of intelligent information...
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Government Investigation of Railway Disputes: Hearings...on Tentative Bill ...

United States. U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on interstate commerce - 1917 - 329 pages
...the Interstate Commerce Commission, or to any other commission, in that respect. Now, gentlemen, I do not know that it is necessary for me to take up any more of your time, unless at some future time some one comes along, a carrier or somebody, that...
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Proceedings of Conference of Men Engaged in Grain Dust Explosion and Fire ...

United States Grain Corporation - Dust - 1920 - 159 pages
...55,300 San Francisco. . . New York 809,300 2,486,637 1.13 .94 Average Average 16000 40,900 $1.961,500 I do not know that it is necessary for me to take up any more time. I wish to say, however, it has been a pleasure for me to have been associated with you...
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Grades for Spring Wheat: Hearings Before the Committee on Agriculture, House ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture - Wheat - 1921 - 357 pages
...of Agriculture. Mr. ASWELL. That was put in the record yesterday. Mr. BENDIXEN. Now, Mr. Chairman, I do not know that it is necessary for me to take up any more of the time of the committee. The CHAIRMAN. You have some one here that will discuss the bill...
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Alleged Dye Monopoly: Hearings...on S. Res. 77...1922

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - 1922 - 1485 pages
...CHAIRMAN. In due season I wish you would offer it. Mr. GARVAN. I will, in due season. I do not think it is necessary for me to take up the time of the committee with a brief that I have written on our right to sell, and on the condition of the law. I...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1896
...as many as we will have this afternoon, if you desire to proceed. Air. ENDICOTT. Well, Mr. Chairman, 1 do not know that it is necessary for me to take up the time of the committee any further. The CHAIRMAN. I will interrupt yon to say we occupied all of your time this...
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