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AFFAIRS IN EASTERN EUROPE

(I'BU jI'KKHS /VSBOOIATIOS'.) Bkt.gradb Ootobnr 24 The Archbishop only annulled tho royal marringo under pressure from King Milan Queen Natalie repudiates tho legality of tho divorco. londov, Oclobir 25 Tho Berlin correspondent of the "Daily News" stales that Germany has suggested to tho Porto to accept tho appointment of Princo Ferdinand to tho Bulgarian Throne. He adds that tho Italian and Austrian Governments concur m tho suggestion. Constantinople, Oc.obor 25. M. Nolidoff, tho Russian A mbassador, has informed tho Vizior that if the Porto recognises Princo Ferdinand Russia will regard it as a caeus belli. Vienna, Oot«>bor 27 An extensive movemont of Russian troops towards tho Austrian frontier is creating much excitement hero. St. Pktkiwburo, Ocstober27. Tho practicability of compelling Turkey to listen to the demands of Russia m reference to tho recognition of Princo Ferdinand of Bulgaria, is being warmly discussed m official circles hero, and tho idea is gaining ground.

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AFFAIRS IN EASTERN EUROPE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1984, 31 October 1888

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AFFAIRS IN EASTERN EUROPE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1984, 31 October 1888

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