THE BRAZILIAN WARSHIPS.
THEIR REFUSAL^KOT'VMXED^' 'iXiNbON, MircK ,25. la the Jlouse of Commons last ■ teven<' ing, Mr iL McSenna of the Admiralty, replying ■■•to, /Viscount Holms ley, said that it was not desirable to BBCurethe refusalroffthe jforeigabati tleships (the Brazilian): now .being "built' in England. X, .;j,,i-' :■."■■.-• . "If we wantted;.Bblps we ehould..'inulii ourselves," he saidj.addingi' fOnr superii ority of strength.-in 1909 and idlO will be so great, that their/ptirohase'.tyiranother Power could not alarm.the Board of Ad« '. miralty." ~ .'.'- -..-.. . , -, - -■■
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