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AFFAIRS IN GERMANY.

[Pirn Pkkbs AssooiationJ Berlin, October 27. It is stated that Bismarck is aiming to restore Gsrman prestige m Zanzibar by means of a united crusade against the slave trade by all the Powers interested m Africa. It is rumored that a conference of the Powers has been convened to carry the proposal into effect. The hitherto free ports of Hamburg and Brernan have joined the Customs Zollverein; Berlin. Chtobsr 28. The Dowager Empress Victoria did not attend Emperor William's birthday | banquet. - Rome, Ootober 27. It is understood that the Emperor William's speeches at the Quirinal have greatly displeased the Pope. LeMoniteur^ the organ of the Vatican, urges German Catholics to persist m their struggle to obtain denominational schools.

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AFFAIRS IN GERMANY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1984, 31 October 1888

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AFFAIRS IN GERMANY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1984, 31 October 1888

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