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A Madrid correspondent tells the following charming story apropos of the death of the sister of Senor Etnilo CastelarThe Queen Regent received the news in the midst of the bustle of the birthday festivities of the little King, as she entered the reception room where the guests were assembled for the great banquet. She did not call for one of her high functionaries, but paid to the President of the Council hinaelf; “Go and tell M. Castelar that I forget that he is the head of the Republican party; that I only see in him a national glory, a great orator, an artist Who has no peer; and that! have the deepest sympathy with him in his loss, both as Spaniard and as Sovereign,”

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 7907, 15 May 1889

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