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German Affairs.

SPEECH BY TPIE NEW CHANCELLOR. [PJEE PBESS ASSOCIATION.] Berlin, April 16. Yon Caprivi, in a speech delivered j before the Prussian Diet, said he had nothing new to expound, and quoted the Emperoi*'s saying, that the course of the ship. of State would not be changed. His colleagues would have greater elbow room than was possible in the presence of Bismarck's potent personality. Ministers would reconsider the projects which had previously been repeated, and ■ accept any good proposal from whatever quarter it came. The new Chancellor was warmly applauded at the conclusion of his speech, and the leaders of various political parties promised their assist ance.

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German Affairs., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 6552, 18 April 1890

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German Affairs. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 6552, 18 April 1890

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