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GERMAN AFFAIRS.

[tfElt riIJ^SS ASSOCIATION.] Berlin, April 23 and 24. Germany has decided to send reinforcements to Major Wissinann at Zanzibar. ■ ■ It'is reported that Prince Bismarck has engaged Dr Busch, formerly Undersecretary fop Foreign Affairs, as his Librarian^ , , It is reported that the Emperor has summarily 1 removed- nine Generals in commune) of regiments without assigning any I'eason.'-' , The Emperor's visit to Prince Bismarck, at Fredrichsruhe, is for the purposes of obtaining, the letters.written by him respecting the suttj'ug \w of a regency; Bismarck, replying to a deputation to-day, reasserted that he was dismissed from office, and excitedly denounced Herr Yon Boeticher, Minister of the Interior, wjiqm he a.ccu^od pf intriguing with the courtiers to prejudice .the Emperor against him. The ex-Chancellor also accused Dr Windthoust of putrapping him with reference to the union of the Ministerial a)id : Clerical parties.* Prince Bismarck . added that he differed altogether with ,t;he labor policy of tUn K^r'l^". and was oonficlpnb it ■■ :;' ■" "■ -i . ) an increase o( tlio Social BemQcyats r

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GERMAN AFFAIRS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2410, 25 April 1890

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GERMAN AFFAIRS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2410, 25 April 1890

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