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ORLANDO'S SPEECHES.

"A UNITED FRONT."

■ (Received April 28, Ip.m.) LONDON, April 26 Signov Orlando had an enthusiastic reception at Genoa. He stated that he had endeavoured to reflect the opinions ot the forty millions of Italian people. It had been urged in some quarters that Italy's economic interests were in"jeopardy. His reply was that Italy's dignity stood higher than all else. In saying that he knew Italy was with him. (Cheers and cries, "You have'done well.") . ' .

"I understand, then," he exclaimed, "That henceforth tho people of Italy will'present a united front to the whole world. People of your calibre can never die." (Renewed cheers). . Replying to a similar demonstration in Rorno, Signor Orlando said that he never -doubc«d their, support, but urged that without excitement they should look with confidence to the future, as he did. •

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ORLANDO'S SPEECHES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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ORLANDO'S SPEECHES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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