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(By Electric Telegraph— Copyright) (Por United Press Association.) Ottawa, June 7. In tho Dominion House of Commons, Mr Devlin, a Liberal, moved a vote of sympathy with Ireland in her endeavours to secure autonomous government, and expressed the hope that the British Liborais would gain tho victory at the general election. Mr Bisdale, a Tory, moved an amendment to the effect that it was imprudent to offer advice to the Imperial Parliament in the matter.

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IRELAND AND HER TROUBLES., Wanganui Herald, Volume XXVI, Issue 7737, 10 June 1892

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IRELAND AND HER TROUBLES. Wanganui Herald, Volume XXVI, Issue 7737, 10 June 1892

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