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THE LORD MAYOR'S BANQUET.

1 . «v ) (PER PREB3 ASSOCIATION.) London, November 10. Lord Salisbury, m his speech at the Lord Mayor's banquet at Guildhall, said the election of General Harrison asJPresident of the United Slates, annulled the Sackville-West incident, which was merely. a piece of election tactics. He considered the peace ol Europe was now assured. With reference to Africa, the Prime Minister gave it as his opinion that the condition of affairs at Suafcim proved it was impossible for the Powers to evacuate Egypt. Londov, November 12. Mr Balfour was accorded a great reception at the Lord Mayor's banquet, and m the course of his speech said Government had abandoned the extension clauses of Lord Ashbourne's AcN

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THE LORD MAYOR'S BANQUET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 13 November 1888

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THE LORD MAYOR'S BANQUET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 13 November 1888

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