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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 Living Age, Volume 298

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1918
...permitted in our schools. After all, there is nothing disgraceful in learning the rudiments of defense and attack. As a member of the House was bold enough...that England has been at war. There also Mr. Fisher proved himself a born Parliamentarian. A man who believes ' it would be unfortunate if it should be...
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Decisions of the Appeal Section, War Department, Claims Board, Volume 8

United States. Claims Board. Appeal Section - 1921
...having a bearing upon this point is paragraph 5 of Article V of the contract quoted above. It is clear that there was no desire on the part of the Government to establish any cost or accounting system other than that in use by the claimant company. Nor can this...
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Along Parallel Lines: A History of the Railways of New South Wales

John Gunn - Railroads - 1989 - 581 pages
...about. Mr Johnson, of course, has to consider the financial aspect. The Acting Premier assured the House that there was no desire on the part of the Government 'to in any way re-establish the old system of political control of the railways'. He agreed, however, that...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 7, Part 1

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Bills, Legislative - 1858
...it is very easy to find 29 April 1858. fault, but very difficult to name a remedy. 1331. You think that there was no desire on the part of the Government to prevent settlement? — Decidedly not. 1332. Do you think, on the contrary, that there was a desire...
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