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Settlement of Africa.

[per press association.] London, May 16. Much uneasiness is felt at the rumored assents of Lord Salisbury to the excessive extension of the German sphere in Africa New is to hand that French Missions in Uganda have agreed to co-operate with Germany. London, May 17. The Marquis of Salisbury insists on the Zambesi and Shir<s rivers being international highways, and that_Eng-_ land should not undertake territorial obligations beyond her strength. Berlin, May 17. It is denied that Germany will surrender Uganda. London, May 18.. In the House of Commons, replying to a question, Sir James Fergusson repudiated the surrender- of any. portion of Africa to Germany. " '** \;' '

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Settlement of Africa., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2434, 20 May 1890

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Settlement of Africa. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2434, 20 May 1890

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