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. THE PRESS AND THE EMPEROK BOLD isPEAKING [BY JBLECrKIO TELEGRAPH— OOPYBIQHX. (PBR PRESS ASSOCIATION.) (Received November 7, noon.) Berlin, November 5. Political circles m this city are much exercised over the Emperor's reproof to the German press, which, it is understood, was expressly intended as a bint to the Liberal organs. The latter have not been slow to retort, and some scathing articles have been published by the Yarions papers, which exhibit a boldness of opinion unparalleled m the history of Berlin journalism during recent years. The excitement aroused by the incident has been heightened by the Emperor refusing to ratify the election of the Mayor of Kiel, who is a Liberal.

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THE EMPEROR WILLIAM, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1989, 7 November 1888

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THE EMPEROR WILLIAM Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1989, 7 November 1888

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