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LORD CRUMLEY

(feom ouk own correspondent 1

Wbllingxon, Augosi 7. It la stated that the Governor h*a inf tha Premtar that if Lord Oreoley should auooumb to tha attaok of typhoid fever whloh now prostrates Mm at Noleon he will Immediately coslgo and return to England,

[Pitll PHRBB ASSOOIATXOHT,]

Kelson, August 7. Lord Onalow arrived early this miming by a Bteamer whloh made a special o*'! here, Oa euq-iiry to-night it w»g learnt that Lord Oranley wss a ahada batter.

Wellington, August 8. A telegram from Nelson this morniag. statoß that Lord Cranley alopfc well m the eight, bui hla condition ia otherwise unchanged.

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LORD CRUMLEY, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2194, 8 August 1889

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LORD CRUMLEY Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2194, 8 August 1889

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