Congressional Serial Set
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1901
Reports, Documents, and Journals of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
1.5. rezultāts no 100.
sive people , whose title to the soil and to the sovereignty of New Zealand is indigputable and has been solemnly recognized by the British Government . It is not , however , to the mere recognition of the sovereignty of the Queen that ...
He states in this letter that the British Government had taken possession of some parts of the islands ; that proclamations had been issued that all titles to lands acquired from the native chiefs are to be sent to the office of the ...
... not be just to apply retrospectively to aliens who had becoine land - owners before the islands formed part of the dominions of the British crown the law which prevents aliens from acquiring landed property within those dominions .
To this letter the colonial secretary replied , requiring Mr. Webster to distinctly state whether he claims the land as a British subject or as an American citizen . If as the former , his case will take the direction prescribed by law ...
The grantees were British subjects to whom he had contracted some of his lands or to whom he was indebted , and this award was really for their benefit . In fact , the entire award inured to the benefit of Mr. Webster's English obligees ...
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