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701. This is the first "official" claim to all Austra:lia. A. III, 6, p. April18, 1827; see also ibid. note 120, p. 863. A. III, 6, p. 585. 88 Diary and Letters of Admiral Sir C. H. B. relating to the Founding of the Colony of Western Australia, 1829. Edited by Lord Cottesloe (1928) p. A. III, 4, p. 613. s9 Stirling was appointed Lt. Governor on Decem her 30, 1928 90 and the first immigrants arrived in 1829 and 1830. 91 Progress was slow and settlement was confined to the south-west comer. 000 by 1860.
167-177. , p. 176. , Rutherford, The Treaty of Waitangi and the Acquisition of British Sovereignty in New Zealand, 1840 (1949); Robson, New Zealand, The Development of its Laws and Constitution (1954); Foden, Constitutional Development of New Zealand in the First Decade 1839-1849 (1938); see also R v. C. 1840-1932; Wi Parata v. Z. Jur. R. ) SC. 70. Halsbury, supra note 41, states that Crown authority had been asserted long before 1840. , Hoani Te Heuheu Tukino v. C. ); the recognition of ownership in Article II of the Treaty was however held subject to legislative enactments.
F. Kirk, History of Charles the Bold, Vol. II (1863), p. ; H. BrauerGramm, Der Landvogt Peter von Hagenbach (1957 - with helpful historical bibliogra,phy),. and J. Calmette, The Golden Age of Burgundy (1962), p. 170 et seq. G. SCHWARZENBERGER Confederation, and Solothurn, allied with Berne. As Breisach's sovereign, Austria provided the presiding judge. a It is debatable whether, in form, the tribunal can be described as an international tribunal. The question turns on the date when the Swiss Confederation had effectively seceded from the Holy Roman Empire.