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FKEiNCH ELECTIONS

FORECAST OF THE RESULT.

[FIB FBBBS ASSOCIATION.]

Paris, September 21. Tory candidates hawe been nominated for every seat at the general election. There is every prospect of that party having a large majority. It is generally considered that the Boulanger candidates are weak.

It is almost impossible to give a forecast of the elections. The revision of the Constitution is the sole issue, binding all opponents, including M. M. Clemenceau, against the Government. It is estimated that seventy strong supporters of General Boulanger will be returned.

It is probable that all votes given m favor of General Boulanger will be ignored.

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FKEiNCH ELECTIONS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2233, 23 September 1889

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