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Month: January 1878

On the Position of a Constitutional Governor Under Responsible Government

Click here to view the original document (PDF). —BY— ALPHEUS TODD, Librarian of Parliament, Canada. Author of a treatise on Parliamentary Government in England, &c. OTTAWA — 1878. PRINTED FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION. A CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNOR. There are few questions to which at the present time public attention directed, in any part of the Queen’s dominions,—of greater moment, or more practical importance, than to determine what are the proper actions of a Constitutional Governor, under the Crown of Great Britain. There is, no doubt, a general impression abroad, amongst persons who… Read more On the Position of a Constitutional Governor Under Responsible Government