SCENE IN THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES.
Paris. May 28. In the Chamber of Deputies to-day M. Laguerre, member for the Department of Vaucluse, urged that the trial of General Boulanger should be proceeded with immediately. The President, M, Floquet, declined to permit any discussion on the subject. This deefsion was loudly questioned, and unexampled scenes of disorder ensued. M. Paul de Cassagnac was one of the most violent dissentients to the ruling of the President, and being severely censured by M. Floquet, retorted by challenging him to fight a duel,
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