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34 페이지 - Her home is on the deep. With thunders from her native oak, She quells the floods below, — As they roar on the shore, When the stormy winds do blow; When the battle rages loud and long And the stormy winds do blow.
94 페이지 - When any order is sent to India directing the actual commencement of hostilities by her majesty's forces in India, the fact of such order having been sent shall be...
17 페이지 - There shall come from out this noise of strife and groaning A broader and a juster brotherhood, A deep equality of aim, postponing All selfish seeking to the general good. There shall come a time when each shall to another Be as Christ would have him — brother unto brother.
16 페이지 - The State after all exists only to make individual members composing it nobler, happier, richer, and more perfect in every attribute with which we are endowed...
94 페이지 - The Expenditure of the Revenues of India, both in 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, or of any other Property coming into the Possession of the Secretary of State in Council...
67 페이지 - It is not by the extension of our Empire that its permanence is to be secured, but by the character of British rule in the territories already committed to our care, and by practically demonstrating that we are as willing to respect the rights of others as we are capable of maintaining our own.