The theory is now advanced, and widely believed in Paris, that General Boulanger was tricked out of France by the acute Ministry, which desired to keep him away in order to stop the excitement produced by his presence. Tho Minister of the Interior (M. Constans) sent for one of the high police cllicers and commanded him to have six determined fellows, who would bo intimidated by nothing, ready to arrest General Bouhugm* without legal authority. The police officer endeavored to get the order modified, but without avail, and thereupon, as it was hoped he would, went and told the General, who fled.
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 7959, 15 July 1889
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