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A REMARKABLE CO-INCIDENCE

t In a remarkable leiding article headed ■' Puritanism m politic?,' tho • Pall Mall Gazette' sa^t: -It is imp esi lenottorecall the names of three men wh» six years ago were tbe hope and pride of three of tbe greatest nations of Euro;©. In Bussla Scobeliff, m France (iarobetta, m England Sir Oharleß Dilke were regarded, not meie'y by their, personal adherents, oa certain to exerc'sa a supreme po*er m their respective countries. Where are they now 1 fcobeloff died m a drunken orgie m a house of ill-fame, Gembetta was shot by a je lons m'atresß, and Sir Charles Dilke has met tho etill more tr.igic fate of being buried forever while still brathi g beneath the ; nfamies of his life. '< he fata of these three of he foremost anong modern men should burn a lesson deep into the memory of tbis generation-

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A REMARKABLE CO-INCIDENCE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 22 March 1889

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A REMARKABLE CO-INCIDENCE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 22 March 1889

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