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England and Portugal.

RECEPTION OF MAJOR PINTO,

[per press association.] Lisbon, April 20. King Carlos, in a speech from the throne at the opening of the Chamber of Deputies, said he hoped the dispute Avith England would be amicably arranged; April 21. The Minister for the Colonies offi- i cially received Major Pinto on his I arrival. There was a, large crowd, I who gave hjm a "cordial reception. The proceedings were orderly. The .British Consulate was guarded, as rowdies were parading the streets. The Governor of Quillimane ollieially protested .'ig.'iitist the conduct of the .British Consul hi ifyas.su after the "withdrawal of the Portuguorfo from Shire, J

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England and Portugal., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2408, 23 April 1890

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England and Portugal. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2408, 23 April 1890

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