Canon Law as a study had been practically prohibited at the universities since 1536 (Merriman, Thomas Cromwell, i.
Merriman, Life and Letters of Thomas Cromwell (1902); S.
Merriman to President Steyn of the Free State: "The greatest danger (wrote Mr Merriman) lies in the attitude of President Kruger and his vain hope of building up a State on a foundation of a narrow unenlightened minority, and his obstinate rejection of all prospect of using the materials which lie ready to his hand to establish a true republic on a broad liberal basis.
Merriman and Mr J.
Merriman,' an old parliamentary hand and treasurer-general during part of Rhodes's premiership, the " young burgher."
Merriman (1810-1882), bishop of Graham's Town.
Merriman, of " the inherent rottenness " of the Kruger regime.
Messrs Merriman and Sauer went to England as delegates to plead the cause, but it was noted that Hofmeyr refused to join, and the appeal to the British public was a complete failure.
Merriman, who was regarded as a Bond nominee.
The most prominent members of the convention were Sir Henry de Villiers, 4 chief justice of Cape Colony (president), exPresident Steyn (vice-president), Generals Botha, The de Wet and Delarey, Messrs Smuts, Schalk Burger, National Merriman and F.
They had met with the determined opposition of Mr Merriman (the Cape premier), of the Orange Free State Boers, and of the Bond, which had lost the counsel of Hofmeyr.
Mr Merriman declined to serve under General Botha.
The rejected candidates included prominent Bond supporters like Mr Merriman and Mr Sauer, and also Sir Gordon Sprigg and Mr A.
Mr Merriman, Premier.
Merriman as premier and treasurer, and Mr J.
Merriman, a member of the ministry, who, for political reasons, asked him not to go to Basutoland, but to take the appointment of commandant of the colonial forces at King William's Town.
The elections for the legislative assembly followed in April and, partly in consequence of the reinfranchisement of the ex-rebels, resulted in a decisive majority for the Merriman ministry.
To balance the budget, Mr Merriman proposed drastic remedies, including the suspension of the sinking fund, the reduction of salaries of all civil servants, and taxes on incomes of £50 per annum.
Merriman and Mr W.