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" But the Boy Scouts are nothing to the Government, and Mr Fisher refused to be led away by an evil example. So he gave "a satisfactory assurance that there was no desire on the part of the Government to introduce compulsory military training into continuation... "
Blackwood's Magazine - Page 120
1918
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 2; Volume 110

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - English literature - 1859
...pomp from Somerset House to Westminster." His description of the procession is interesting, as proving that there was no desire on the part of the Government to strip secular observances of their picturesque and time-hallowed forms ; but that heralds, nnd banners,...
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My Diary in India, in the Year 1858-9, Volume 1

Sir William Howard Russell - India - 1860 - 828 pages
...should find no diffii 2 culty there — he would let me have a letter which would show the General that there was no desire on the part of the Government to prevent my heing in the British camp. In case of any difficulty, however, his Excellency assured me...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1879
...the House. MB. GOSOHEN said, that what had fallen from the Under Secretary of State clearly showed that there was no desire on the part of the Government to put the House into a false position. If the Government were not able to give more than had been stated...
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The public life of the ... earl of Beaconsfield, Volume 2

Francis Hitchman - 1879
...county franchise. After illustrating his position by sundry examples, Mr. Disraeli went on to say, that there was no desire on the part of the Government to prevent the blending of urban and rural populations where it was urgent and desirable. All that they...
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The Public Life of the Right Honourable the Earl of Beaconsfield ..., Volume 2

Francis Hitchman - 1879
...county franchise. After illustrating his position by sundry examples, Mr. Disraeli went on to say, that there was no desire on the part of the Government to prevent the blending of urban and rural populations where it was urgent and desirable. All that they...
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Parliamentary Debates

New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives - 1894
...proportion of the shareholders in number and value. He thought it was necessary they should be consulted. There was no desire on the part of the Government to introduce a measure that would unduly hamper or interfere with a company without the shareholders being first...
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History of New Zealand, Volume 1

George William Rusden - Maori (New Zealand people) - 1895 - 1656 pages
...promote their happiness. On the 21st, the chiefs had a special interview with Grey, and accepted his assurance that there was no desire on the part of the government to deprive them of their lands. They returned from Auckland to the Bay of Islands in HMS " North Star."...
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A History of Our Own Times: From the Diamond Jubilee 1897 to the ..., Volume 4

Justin McCarthy - Great Britain - 1905
...blame to be attached to him the greater was the necessity for making it clear, beyond all dispute, that there was no desire on the part of the Government to prevent the fullest investigation into the action of the Colonial Office. The more a member of the...
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A History of Our Own Times ..., Volume 4

Justin McCarthy - Great Britain - 1905
...blame to be attached to him the greater was the necessity for making it clear, beyond all dispute, that there was no desire on the part of the Government to prevent the fullest investigation into the action of the Colonial Office. The more a member of the...
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John Thadeus Delane, Editor of "The Times": His Life and ..., Volume 1

Arthur Irwin Dasent - Times (London, England) - 1908
...British power and prestige. He also gave him a letter of recommendation to the Commander-in-Chief to show that there was no desire on the part of the Government to prevent his being attached to the camp. When WH Russell joined Sir Colin at Cawnpore, the treatment...
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