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To-day's Cablegram* THE KAISERS REPLY TO CHINA APPROVED. PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. Press Association. Telegraph. Copyright London, October 4. Tbe Emperor of Germany's reply to tbe Emperor cf China is warmly praised iv Great Britain and on tbe Continent. The idea seems to bo for tbe Ambassadors to enquire into the proposed punishment of the instigators ol the outrages and superintend its being car ried intj effect, after which peace negotiations might be commenced. Ching has been informed tbe Yunglu and the Viceroys of Nankin and Wuchang arc appointed witb Li Hung Chang to negotiate for peace. Tbe Viceroys remaining at borne are being consulted by telegraph. Tbe allies already dec 'are the appointment of Yunglu is impossible, be having taken pait in the attack on the Lega tions.

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CHINESE REVOLUTION., Feilding Star, Volume XXII, Issue 83, 5 October 1900

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CHINESE REVOLUTION. Feilding Star, Volume XXII, Issue 83, 5 October 1900

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