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European Topics.

[per press'association.] Berlin, April 18. A rumor is in circulation to the effect that the Emperor William 'requested Prince Bismarck to return letters, Written by him when Crown Prince, and that Bismarck refused to comply with the request. / London, April 18. ', Boulanger visits London in Mayl Berlin, April 19. Prince, Bismarck is accused of inspiring the Press to attack General Caprivj, his successor. The Emperor William visits Russia in the summer, and Spain and Portugal in October.; ■ It is assented that the discovery of a projected Russian invasion of Germauy induced the Emperor to conciliate France. ' Marseilles, April 19.

President Carnot received an ovation on his. arrival here, and also at Toulon. ; Cracow, April 19. The: anti-Semitic plot .has resulted in, one hundred and- thirty-one': Jewish houses lat Sandec, Galicia, being burnt. St. Petersburg, April 19. Russia is massing troops in the neighborhood of the Caucasus in view of trouble in Armenia. . I Herr Plessen, a German naval attache, has been discovered buying plans of Cronstadt from a traitorous officer. Plessen left hurriedly from St Petersburg, and the traitor has been arrested.

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European Topics., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2406, 21 April 1890

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European Topics. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2406, 21 April 1890

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