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AGITATION IN RUSSIA.

y . _ [per press association.] St. Petersburg, March 31. Schebrikora; who was.arrested for writing a letter to the Czar, demanding reforms in Russia, has been released by order of his Majesty. In doing so, the latter remarked that the tone of the letter was very bitter. The Ceir and Czirina inspected the military pris on at St. Petersburg, and gave orders for the release of sixty prisoners, and also that the sentences of the remainder should be reduced. April. 1. The man who was chosen by the Nihilists to assassinate the Czar has committed suicide ia the city. He left a letter divulging hisassociues, and in consequence tbs authorities have made numerous arrests. Generally there is an alarming increase of revolutionary symptoms.

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AGITATION IN RUSSIA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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AGITATION IN RUSSIA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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