|Other titles||Printed ephemera.|
|Contributions||Gore, Francis, 1769-1852., Upper Canada. Executive Council., Upper Canada. Lieutenant-Governor (1806-1817 : Gore)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (4 fr.).|
Council. NOTICE is hereby given that it is the intention of His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor to issue on the Gth day of April, , his Warrant to the Clerk of the Writs for the issue of Writs for the election of one Member for each Province to serve in the Legislative Council. Dated this 8th day of March, H. R. GORDON, Chief Electoral Officer. Public notice is hereby given by order of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor in Council [electronic resource]: that no petition from sons or daughters of U.E. Loyalists will be hereafter received without a certificate from the magistrates in quarter sessions, signed by the chairman and clerk of the peace.. By It is ordered, by His Excellency the lieutenant governor, in council, that unless the claimants or their representatives, do assert their respective claims to the lots mentioned in the following list, within twelve months from this date the locations will be forfeited Pages: The Lieutenant Governor can act in her place until and unless they demonstrate any similar propensity to disregard their duty owed to the American States and People. including the first Emergency Arrest Order to arrest the Leadership of the Council on Foreign Relations. are hereby given Public Notice of Liability and Ownership Interest.
Minute of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor to the Legislative Council "There shall also be a lieutenant governor" / [by] J. William Davis The letters of Governor Hutchinson, and Lieutenant Governor Oliver, &c. by his excellency the right honourable viscount gladstone, a member of his majesty's most honourable privy council, knight grand cross of the most distinguished order of st. michael and st. george, high commissioner for south africa, governor-general and commander File Size: 4MB. Lieutenant-Governor Stirling's Proclamation of the Colony 18 June may be contained in the several Instructions issued or to be issued to me by Authority of His Majesty's Government I do hereby give Notice that the Conditions and existing Regulations under which Crown Lands will be granted, will be exhibited to Public Inspection at the. The Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man (Manx: Fo-chiannoort Vannin or Lhiass-chiannoort Vannin) is the British monarch's official personal representative in the Isle of has the power to grant royal assent and is styled "His Excellency".. In recent times the governor has been either a retired diplomat or a senior military officer. No Manx-born person has ever been appointed Appointer: British monarch.
Communication of His Excellency the governour to the honourable Council, relative to the removal of Sheriff Lithgow. [Boston Printed by order of the General court, ] Web.. [Boston Printed by order of the General court, ] Web. last, having been postponed till further notice, by order of His Excellency The Governor, the Council met to-day by Special Summons. The Minutes of the Council held on the 1st November, were read and approved. Mr Lyall moved, pursuant to Notice, that the Protest of the unofficial Members of the Legislative Council, against the appointment of. Dated in ms.: To His Excellency Lieutenant Governor of the province of Upper Canada the petition of your Excellency will by pleased to grant him two hundred acres of the waste lands of the Crown Pages: 6. 'Honourable Governor' or 'His Excellency' Excellency is an honorific style given to certain members of an organisation or state. Once entitled to the title "Excellency", the holder usually retains the right to that courtesy throughout his lifetime.