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United Preu AesoonUion—By Eiaotrio Telegraph—Copyright. THE LATE LADY SALISBURY. LONDON, November 27. Lady Salisbury's funeral was of a private character. The Queen and the Prince and Princess of Wales sent wreaths. FRANCE AND HER POSSESSIONS. PARIS, November 26. M. Delcasse, in the Chamber of Deputies, condemned the clamour for the acquisition of territory. He said it was better that a nation which was stationary with regard to population should safeguard and develop its present extensive possessions. THE QUEEN AND THE FRENCH. The Paris police have confiscated an indecent; caricature of the Queen. LI HUNG CHANG. PEKIN, November 26; Li Hung Chang has been made Minister of Commerce for China.
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Press, Volume LVI, Issue 10514, 28 November 1899
HOME AND FOREIGN. Press, Volume LVI, Issue 10514, 28 November 1899
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