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The Russian Courtiers.

Straggling to Maintain a Dying Regime.

United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright. Received June 23, 7.24 a.m. St Petersburg June 22 The courtiers at Peterhoif telephoned early on Tuesdaymotning to stop publication of the Czar's sp3ech to the Zermtvos; bnt were unable to communicate with the newspapers outside tht> capital. Hence Harbin received the news 24 hours before St. Petersburg. . The courtiera then deliberately tried to whittle down the Czar's declared intention of summoning a National Assembly, especially the expression " I hope that from this day forth relations between me and my people will enter on a new phase."

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The Russian Courtiers., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6603, 23 June 1905

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The Russian Courtiers. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6603, 23 June 1905

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