The Laws of England, Compiled and translated into the Māori language.
§ 12.—II. The Governor
§ 12.—II. The Governor.
The great powers for the administration of the Law which, in England, are vested in the Queen have, here, been delegated by Her to the Governor. He must conduct affairs in accordance with law as he may deem it best for the interests of all; he has also The Queen's instructions, and must conduct affairs in obedience to them. Sometimes he has to apply to The Queen for advice and fresh instructions.