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THE FRENCH ELECTIONS.

[By Electric Telegraph—Copyright,] [Pku Prl'ss Association.] COLLAPSE OF BOULANGISM. PARIS, September 24. (Received Septerabor 25,1880, at noon.) At the election the Reactionaries hnve secured 120 seatfi, and of thooe 85 are Royalists, and 35 adherents of Boulanger. Amongst the latter there are a large number of men now to political life. In Paris General Boulanger polled 102,000 votes. The English and Continental Press consider that the result of the election will be the total collapse of Boulangism.

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THE FRENCH ELECTIONS., Issue 8021, 25 September 1889

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THE FRENCH ELECTIONS. Issue 8021, 25 September 1889

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