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United Press Associfttion—-By Electric Telegraph—Copyright. Paris, June 26 M. J:<nres, at a Socialist meeting at Lyons, declared that the Moroccan question would ba settled without injury to French national pride, but France should beware of Britain, who seemed to have an interest m tolerating the suggestion that the Anglo-French alliance was aimed at Germany.

French and German Opinions

Berlin, June 26 The German newspapers seek to shift the responsibility for their attitude and misgivings regarding the maintenance of peace to articles m the British Press. Paris, June 26 " Lq Temps " Berlin correspondent reports that opinion on the whole is pacific. Confidence is felt m France's desire to maintain peace, but distrust is expressed towards Britain. „ London, June 26 " ThaTime3 " Paris correspondent says the failure of Gorman endeavours to divide France and Britain has become evident. The opinion m Francs is growing that both would do well to come to some timely agreement as to how the poril of German aggression must bo warded off.

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MOROCCO, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6606, 27 June 1905

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MOROCCO Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6606, 27 June 1905

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