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by Richard Allin


The second Southern legislative dictionary epub

ISBN: 0914546562

ISBN13: 978-0914546566

Author: Richard Allin

Category: Reference

Language: English

Publisher: Rose Pub. Co (1984)

Pages: 29 pages

ePUB book: 1671 kb

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The Southern Rhodesia Legislative Council election of 1905 was the third election to the Legislative Council of Southern Rhodesia. The Resident Commissioner of Southern Rhodesia, Richard Chester-Master, also sat on the Legislative Council ex officio but without the right to vote. The election was to have taken place on March 6, 1905 but in the event all the places were filled by unopposed nominations on February 6 and so no poll was taken. Willson (Department of Government, University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Salisbury 1963).

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