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Existing or conducted between colonies: an intercolonial railway
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- In September 1899 a meeting of the intercolonial labour parties was called.
- The delegates were charged with negotiating Indian treaties that would bind all the colonies, and with providing for intercolonial defense to be paid for by indirect taxes.
- As more colonies were established, Virginia's existing trading activities became intercolonial and required renegotiation.
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