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BEARDING BISMARCK

SCENE IN THE REICHSTAG 1 [B» 11JCOTM0 X»WMJ»APH-*W>7naOHT] [Pbb Pebss Aisooueoh.] (Beoehred May 20, 12 5 p.m.) Bbblut, May 19. Boring the debate m the Reichstag on the Workmen's Insurance Bill, Herr Bichter, interrupted Prince Bismarck who was speaking, with cries of " BobJl" Bbmarok retaliated by characterising HiefctsrV conduct as impudent, At the conclusion of Bismarck's speech Herr Bamberger delivered an oration m which hi made a violent attack upon the Chant^hr. Bismarck called Bamberger an " Insolent fool," and then left the Chamber m * rage. , A great tumult ensued, aad the IJeichfltag was adjourned till Monday. - • _

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BEARDING BISMARCK, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2139, 20 May 1889

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BEARDING BISMARCK Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2139, 20 May 1889

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