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" India and elsewhere, shall be subject to the control of the Secretary of State in Council, and no grant or appropriation of any part of such revenues... "
The International Year Book - Page 389
1908
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The History of the Indian Mutiny: Giving a Detailed Account of the ..., Volume 2

Charles Ball - India - 1858
...into the possession of the secretary of state in council by virtue of this act, shall be made without the concurrence of a majority of votes at a meeting of the council. XLII. The dividend on the capital stock of the said Company, secured by the act of the third and fourth...
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Annual Register, Volume 100

Edmund Burke - History - 1859
...into the Possession of the Secretary of State in Council by virtue of this Act, shall be made without the Concurrence of a Majority of Votes at a Meeting of the Council. XL II. The Dividend on the Capital Stock of the said Company secured by the Act of the Third and Fourth...
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Annual Register

History - 1859
...into the Possession of the Secretary of State in Council by virtue of this Act, shall be made without the Concurrence of a Majority of Votes at a Meeting of the Council. XL [I. The Dividend on the Capital Stock of the said Company secured by the Act of the Third and Fourth...
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Annals of British legislation: being a classified and analysed summary of ...

Leone Levi - Legislation - 1860
...to be subject to the control of the Secretary of State in council, and no grant to be made without the concurrence of a majority of votes at a meeting of the council. The dividend of the Company, and existing and future debts and liabilities and expenses, to be charged...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 51

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Bills, Legislative - 1871
...the said lines of railway and of stations for the same ; and the Secretary of State in Council, with the concurrence of a majority of votes at a meeting of the Council, has agreed to pay interest at the rate of 5 L per cent, per annum 'during said determinable term of...
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De grondslagen van het Britsch-Indisch beheer

Arnold Willem Pieter Verkerk Pistorius, Pieter Antonie Lith - British - 1876 - 333 pages
...possession of the Secretary of State in Council by virtue of this Act or otherwise, shall be made without the concurrence of a majority of votes at a meeting of the Council." 2 Zie HPD Session 1868—9. Second Volume p. 1069—70. Salisbury, die kort te voren zeven of acht...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1879
...into the possession of the Secretary of State in Council by virtue of this Act, shall be made without the concurrence of a majority of votes at a meeting of the Council ;" if he will inform the House by what authority the expenditure hitherto incurred in connection with...
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Fifty Years of the English Constitution, 1830-1880

Sheldon Amos - Constitutional history - 1880 - 495 pages
...the ' Secretary of State in Council by virtue of that Act ' that no action could be taken without a concurrence of a majority of votes at a meeting of the Council. In all other cases, if a difference of opinion arose at any meeting of the Council at which the Secretary...
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India

Sir John Strachey - Great Britain - 1888 - 399 pages
...into the possession of the Secretary of State in Council by virtue of this Act, shall be made without the concurrence of a majority of votes at a meeting of the Council.' The powers thus given to the Council in controlling expenditure are, however, far from being as great...
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India, Pictorial and Descriptive

William Henry Davenport Adams, Author of The Mediterranean illustrated - India - 1888 - 271 pages
...into the possession of the Secretary of State in Council by virtue of this Act, shall be made without the concurrence of a majority of votes at a meeting of the Council.' The powers thus given to the Council in controlling expenditure are, however, far from being as great...
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