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Mr. William Henry Steeves

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befangenheitsantrag.de.wikimiki.org, 29 June 2009 [cached]
William H. Steeves William Henry Steeves (May 20, 1814 - December 9, 1873) was a merchant, lumberman, politician and Father of Canadian Confederation. Born and raised in Hillsborough, New Brunswick, Steeves was educated in public school and began his career running a small store before becoming a partner in Steeves Brothers, a family mercantile and lumber exporting business. Steeves moved to Saint John, New Brunswick in order to further the business and became a leader in the city's financial community. Steeves was elected to New Brunswick's colonial House of Assembly in 1846 and was an advocate of governmental reform and the election of all members of the Legislative Council. He was appointed to the Legislative Council (the upper house) in 1851. In 1854 the compact government that had ruled the colony was finally defeated by a reform administration and Steeves became Surveyor General in the new government. He resigned the appointment later that year due to opposition to an unelected person from the Legislative Council being appointed rather than an elected member of the House of Assembly. In 1855 Steeves became the first chairman of the Department of Public Works. He left government in 1856 when the reform administration of Samuel Leonard Tilley was defeated over prohibition but he returned to office with Tilley in 1857 and remained commissioner of public works until 1861. He continued in Tilley's government as minister without portfolio until 1865 when the government fell due to its support for Canadian Confederation. Steeves was a supporter of Confederation and was one of New Brunswick's delegates to the Charlottetown Conference and the Quebec Conference of 1864. He was appointed to the Canadian Senate as a Liberal when the chamber was created in 1867. In that body he acted as an advocate for the better care of the mentally ill. He served in the Senate until his death in 1873. He is interred in the Fernhill Cemetery in Saint John, New Brunswick. Steeves was the great-great-uncle of New Democratic Party of Canada leader Jack Layton.
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www.washiawapostcitizen.50megs.com, 11 May 2001 [cached]
Steeves did not say what he plans on doing other than, helping out with elections, and things like that. Speeking of which, a by-election must be called for his riding.
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Will started his Amerada political career with the DLPA, supporting Earl Washburn for the Prime Minister race against Kiril Litvinov.
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His Deputy Prime Minister, Derek McCullough filled in, and named Will as Deputy.
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William Steeves, was a very key person in Ameradian history, and politics, and will be truly missed, whether you hated him or loved him.
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STEEVES TO RESIGN? Today, Deputy Prime Minister, William Steeves announced that he may be resigning from Ameradian politics in Amerada. This came as a surprise to the President who first heard it. "I hope he's bluffing, it'd be a shame to lose such a key figure in Ameradian politics" noted the President. William's bio is quite an interesting one, as he has done many things, including getting elected as Amerada's Prime Minister in October. It will be a shame if he leaves, and we here at the WPC will miss him if he goes through with the resignation.
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The picture was a horrible one, as the heads of the President and, William Steeves was cut off.
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The bill will be Bill 62, and will be voted on in January by the new Ameradian Legislature. Other Bills, are: Bill 61: Leadership restrictions act Bill 63: Executive Branch act YAHOO GROUP PROPOSED FOR AMERADA After, MP Sir Leao V demanded Amerada get a yahoo group, the President anounced that he will get a yahoo group for Amerada.
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Both had many weeks to complete their tasks set out by former prime minister, William Steeves, yet did not complete them. The will be missed, but it is likely they will be given smaller jobs in the future. As for Jon's Vice-Presidency, an impeachment trial is set out for him, on Friday at 7pm. As we already know, William Steeves is the likely candidate to be picked as Vice-President if Jon is impeached.
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Both suprisingly support the proposal, which has become known as the "Animal Murder Act" Deputy prime minister, William Steeves also had no objections today.
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The current deputy prime minister, William Steeves, has addressed the issue, of there being a new Vice President, as it has become common knowledge, that the current V-P, Jonathan Weatherhead is not doing a good job.
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William is delighted at the opportunity. SOUTH MONDESIANS THREATEN WAR!
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William had said.
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Today, the trial, for the prime minister, William Steeves went.
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The prosecution said the the prime minister acted treasonous, while the President said that this trial was perposterous, and Will never broke any law. It then became evident, however, that Mr. Steeves did infact break the law, as evidence prooved he had offended Amerada. The President tried to prove Will was lying when he offended Amerada, but it didn't work.
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William Steeves may have won the first impeachment hearing, but he couldn't win this one. He couldn't make it, even for 2 months in office.
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The results from NC were 263 for Governiere Peter Little, and 213 for William Steeves. After that, the polls were opened to the general public. The DLPA first learned of this, as they got into the biggest lead of the polls they have had yet. But, as the hours passed, the RCAA learned aswell, and eventually passed Will, and at midnight led 430-357.
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Today, the prime minister, William Steeves apologized for his actions on micro-nations.org.
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Gov. The DLPNC will be runing the prime minister, William Steeves
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It gives the option of Earl Washburn, William Steeves, other, or
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Hon, William Steeves
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Today a Derek McCullough, William Steeves, Earl Washburn, Dan Trudel and Mark Hickman were the only remaining members of the legislature.
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Derek McCullough and William Steeves both brought disks, but only Derek printed his out.
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Derek McCullough, and William Steeves, two of Amerada's most dedicated politicians, have condemed the RCAA for their agreassive behaviour, and really want to seek justice.
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STEEVES ANNOUNCES ESSAY PLAN TO LEGISLATURE It is not a bright day in Amerada. Most cabinet ministers are strictly against making the 300 word essay announced by the primeminister. The prime minister stated that he would fire all who don't complete it.
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Mr. Steeves will anounce the idea to the cabinet tommorow. DLPA GOVERNIERES WANT TO CREATE OPPOSITION PRESS CORP
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It's official, today, as advised by the President, prime-minister William Steeves shuffled the Amerada cabinet.
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The second picture is a special one of the four most powerful people in Amerada: the President, Earl Washburn, the Prime-minister, William Steeves, the Vice-president, and the Deputy prime-minister, Derek McCullough.
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This all coming after today in the legislature, the President, Earl Washburn, and the Prime minister, William Steeves agreed to support each other.
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In light of the events, Amerada prime minister, William Steeves temporarily fired Mark, but rehired him, after Mark said it was Jon.
September- October 2001
www.washiawapostcitizen.50megs.com, 1 Sept 2001 [cached]
STEEVES FOUND NOT GUILTY BY MSN PANEL Tonight concluded the internet impeachment hearing for Primeminister William Steeves. After some impressive arguments done by the Defendant, Nicholas Bridgewater, Steeves won.
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But it is known that the prosecuter, Peter Little who took over Derek McCullough who was away, did little to prove that William Steeves was guilty.
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The jury who was the President, and Naji from Kato decided to favour Will. The President however was preoccupied with the attacks on his Country to follow the exciting finish of the trial.
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WILLIAM STEEVES TRIED Governieres of different Ameradian colonies gathered at 7pm last night for part one of William Steeves online impeachment hearing. Tebec governiere Scott Noseworthy acted as judge, while Michswick governeire Derek McCullough was prosecuter, and suprisingly Oh Scotian Governiere Nicholas Bridgewater defended William Steeves.
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WILLIAM STEEVES HAS GONE TOO FAR!!!
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William Steeves has officially become His Excellency, the Right Honourable Prime minister of the Republic of Amerada, William Steeves today, as he was sworn in at the Amerada legislature. It was an interesting ceremony, and the victory was the main talks of the day. The President made sure, that the spotlight stayed on Will, and ensured the people that work will be back to normal under Will's supervision tommorow.
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That's 57.14285% for Will, and 42.85714% For Genny, as polls closed at 3:30 pm.
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There was a scare at the William Steeves camp, as Genevieve Wong came within 4 votes of William.
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With Will as projected winner, Will won a load of votes, aswell did Genny.
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Late night resulats show that Will has an amazing 35 votes, to Genny's 26.
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WILL PREDICTED WINNER!!! Tonight the WBS announced that they have predicted that it is a sure thing that Will will become the next primeminister of Amerada.
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The question still remains who will win the race for primeminister, William Steeves, or Genevieve Wong?
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Taday at around 9pm, the election for primeminister of Amerada was deadlocked at 7 votes a piece between Heritage minister Genevieve Wong, and Energy Minister William Steeves, who by the way was sick on Monday.
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It's a close race, today at around 11pm, Genevieve Wong had 6 votes, William Steeves has 5.
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What's weird is William Steeves was absent from todays meetings. He is usualy present, and therefore, he has been presumed absent. The legislature welcomes back Derek McCullough, who will take over Amerada's Energy, unless Will gets back tommorow.
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The William Steeves election camp was optimistic today, as Will proposed what he will do as primeminister. The election hasn't begun yet, but it is very likely that William will win.
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ELECTION: WHAT DOES WILLIAM STEEVES THINK? William Steeves and the President have made some contact with each other about the election. William has suggested that it be reschedualed for next Saturday.
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-The Right Honourable Mister Energy Minister, William Steeves.
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Mark was exepted in today, and voting began of a bill created last week by William Steeves.
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Elsewhere, on the presidential MSN address, William Steeves made some bad comments about NWK king Nicholas I while the President was talking to him. Why? William must have gone crazy. More about that later.
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William Steeves also created a bill stating that there will be no drinking alcohol before driving. William also proposed the location of the New Fusion power plant, which is set to be built by June 2002. It will be built outside of the Timaria neighbourhood.
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William Steeves, one of the candidates in the upcoming Primeministerial elections has finally started his 50 word essay for the site.
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The only people that showed up today at the Amerada legislature were Earl Washburn, Jonathan Weatherhead, William Steeves, Owen White, and Genny Wong.
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William will be incharge of Defence; Genny, labour; Owen, transportation; and Jonathan will be incharge of Education.
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After that the President chatted with William Steeves about the coal plant servicing Washiawa. He is proposing to replace it with a fusion plant next June.
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At lunch today, Energy minister William Steeves played the President in yahoo chess. Earl never had a chance, as Will led from the beginning.
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Today only William Steeves, Jonathan Weatherhead, and Earl Washburn attended Amerada's legislature, and a number of bills were announced, two of which were voted on: Bill 38, Religious and Racial freedom for all. (not voted on yet) Bill 39a, No nudity on public holidays, 39b, on TV (except documentaries).
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Bill 40, no one may offend anyone in a sexual matter. (not voted on yet.) Both bill 39a and b were voted against.
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On top of all that former DPA leader William Steeves attended the meeting, and will likely take on the health or transportation ministeries. VICTORIA AND AMERADA TO OPEN RELATIONS
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With news of a possible DLPA only primeminister election possible, now former DPA leader William Steeves, sees only way to become primeminister was to switch parties. With still no word from Primeminister Derek McCullough the buzz going around Washiawa is a possible election. Already 5 people are interested, William Steeves, Heritage minister Genny Wong, former Finance minisiter Dan Trudel, former Health and Energy minister Owen White, and possible transportation minister, Leslie Burgesse.
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It was a mere 1 hour spent at the open house at the white buildings, and Kiril Litvinov had broken out of jail possibly with the aid of DPA leader William Steeves, former Finance minister Daniel Trudel, along with former Energy and Health minister Owen White.
William H. ...
symplectic.matrix.en.wikimiki.org, 26 June 2009 [cached]
William H. Steeves William Henry Steeves (May 20, 1814 - December 9, 1873) was a merchant, lumberman, politician and Father of Canadian Confederation. Born and raised in Hillsborough, New Brunswick, Steeves was educated in public school and began his career running a small store before becoming a partner in Steeves Brothers, a family mercantile and lumber exporting business. Steeves moved to Saint John, New Brunswick in order to further the business and became a leader in the city's financial community. Steeves was elected to New Brunswick's colonial House of Assembly in 1846 and was an advocate of governmental reform and the election of all members of the Legislative Council. He was appointed to the Legislative Council (the upper house) in 1851. In 1854 the compact government that had ruled the colony was finally defeated by a reform administration and Steeves became Surveyor General in the new government. He resigned the appointment later that year due to opposition to an unelected person from the Legislative Council being appointed rather than an elected member of the House of Assembly. In 1855 Steeves became the first chairman of the Department of Public Works. He left government in 1856 when the reform administration of Samuel Leonard Tilley was defeated over prohibition but he returned to office with Tilley in 1857 and remained commissioner of public works until 1861. He continued in Tilley's government as minister without portfolio until 1865 when the government fell due to its support for Canadian Confederation. Steeves was a supporter of Confederation and was one of New Brunswick's delegates to the Charlottetown Conference and the Quebec Conference of 1864. He was appointed to the Canadian Senate as a Liberal when the chamber was created in 1867. In that body he acted as an advocate for the better care of the mentally ill. He served in the Senate until his death in 1873. He is interred in the Fernhill Cemetery in Saint John, New Brunswick. Steeves was the great-great-uncle of New Democratic Party of Canada leader Jack Layton.
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William H. Steeves William Henry Steeves ( May 20, 1814 - December 9, 1873) was a merchant, lumberman, politician and Father of Canadian Confederation. Born and raised in Hillsborough, New Brunswick, Steeves was educated in public school and began his career running a small store before becoming a partner in Steeves Brothers, a
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