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WEST AFRICA.

[Per Press Association.— Copyright.j

LONDON, October 27. A semi-official note from France accuses Great Britain of delaying the meeting of the Anglo-French West African Delimitation Commission.

PARIS, October 27. It is reported that the insistence by M. Hanotaux, the French Minister of Foreign Affairs, upon the boundary of the Hinterland of Lagos being defined below the towns of Say, on the right bank of the Niger, and Barua, on the western shore of Lake Chad, will be treated as the open and real cause of delay of the meeting of the Anglo-French West African Valuation Commission.

The French authorities declare that the officers of the Eoyal Niger Company are arming the Natives and inciting the inhabitants of the Kingdoms of Borgu and Benin to rebellion.

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WEST AFRICA., Issue 10456, 28 October 1897

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WEST AFRICA. Issue 10456, 28 October 1897

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