THE SALVATION ARMY.
_♦ , - [BY EIitIOTEIC TfILBORAPH -OOPTBIQHT.j (Per Fflsas Association ) .London, February 29. Ghneral Booth has ordered his gun— Ballington Booth— baok to England, from America, but there is such a rumpus about it by Salvationists in the United Btate> that it is probable the order nill beresoinded. Billlngton Booth and bil wife have takon advantage of the Amerioan naturalisation, and thiß, among other things, has dw pleased the old General. He dielikos Amorioa and the Americans and think* the order ia Uncle Sam 1 * country is losing th»t distinctively English oharaoter he desires to retain for it. One movo is to offioer the American branoh with Englishmen
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