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granted to a colony were first laid down in Lord Durham's famous report of 1838 on the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada. "Every purpose of popular control," he said, " might be combined with every advantage of vesting the immediate choice of advisers in the crown, were the colonial governor to be instructed to secure the co-operation of the assembly in his policy by entrusting its administration to such men as could command a majority, and if he were given to understand that he need count on no aid from home in any differences with the assembly that should not directly involve the relations between the mother country and colony." It is in accordance with the principles thus laid down that responsible government has been developed in the British colonies now known as dominions.
The principles on which that form of government rests will not be found embodied in their constitutions, any more than the identical principles of cabinet or parliamentary government m the United Kingdom are to be found in any Act of Parliament. To establish them it has sufficed to instruct the governor that he is to select his advisers from among those who can command a majority of the legislature and to be guided by their advice except in matters of imperial, as distinguished from local, concern. It was in this way that responsible government was granted to the Transvaal. When this principle has once

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