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SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY.

(per press association.)

t London, Deoember 21. The Marquis of Salisbury, speaking at Scarborough to. day, expressed a hope to be able to take the discussion on the sugar bounties at an early date. With regard to the trouble m Suakim, he said Government were carrying out the policy of their predecessors. Dealing with the slave trade on tho East Coast of Africa, he thought England should now increase her efforts towards having it abolished. He denied the statement made by Mr Gladstone that he had promised Home Rule to Ireland, nor was it compatible with the supremacy of the English Parliament.

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SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2021, 24 December 1888

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SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2021, 24 December 1888

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