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THE ATITTUDE OF RUSSIA.

WARLIKE BPEAKING. [BY BLEGntIO TELEGRAPH — OOPYBIGHT. (PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.) (Received November 8, 220 p.<n.) St. Petersburg, November 7. General Gourko, speaking at a banquet at Warsaw, referred to the Tery warlike spirit m Germany and Austria, and "warned ' those Powers not to discount the defeat of the Russians, for if taunted too far the Czar would order his troops to crosß the frontier m twentyfour houre. There were no troops to compare with the Russians, said the General, excepting the Turks, and when j the tight time came, deeds wonld prove their work. Already Russian troops knew the roads to Vienna and Berlin.

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THE ATITTUDE OF RUSSIA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 8 November 1888

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THE ATITTUDE OF RUSSIA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 8 November 1888

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