outline of the constitutional development of Malta under British rule. by John J. Cremona

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CHAPTER II. Declaration of Principles. Right to work. Promotion of culture, etc. The Constitutional Development of Malta during the 19th century Produced by Jesmond Grech (History Subject Coordinator) Zejtun Junior Lyceum, ICT across the Curriculum 2 Malta became a British Crown Colony in Its first Lieutenant Governor was Sir Thomas Maitland.

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