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Week's News (Newspaper) - May 15, 1875, London, Middlesex The Week's News A London Newspaper for English Readers at Home and Vol. 228.] May 15, 1875. with 1 j J PAGE Chief Intelligence of the Week 609 General 609 What People are 611 Political and Social 611 613 613 Court and Fashion 614 Town 614 Wreck of the 614 Foreign 617 Military and Naval 619 Ecclesiastical and Scholastic 620 and Scientific 620 List of New Books 621 621 PACK Sporting Intelligence 622 Criminal Occurrences 622 Spirit of the 623 Leading Articles 624 Latest Intelligence 625 627 The Civil Service of India 627 Legal 628 Parliamentary Intelligence 628 Commercial ahd 632 Produce 634 Obituary 635 and Deaths 635 637 638 General Intelligence of the Considerable uneasiness has been felt concerning France and which the visit of the Czar to Berlin has A sudden fall in the value of Foreign Stocks on the Paris and London markets was Reassuring statements have caused a rally all Mr. Bourke stated in the House on May 11 that there was no need for further Arrests have taken place at Berlin connected with another conspiracy to assassinate Prince Bismarck it is the A State Concert was given at Buckingham Palace on May 12. The Queen left Windsor for Balmoral on May 14. When the Princess of Wales and her children were travelling to Windsor on May 11, a stone discharged by a boy from a catapult smashed the window of the Royal The Duke of Buckingham and Chandos has been and has the Governorship of Oxford has resolved to make provision for the special training of candidates for the Indian Civil The from New York to has been wrecked on the Scilly and 312 lives Forty-three persons were The Cadiz has foundered at with loss of sixty The Bessemer on her trial trip damaged Calais there hangs a claim of 2,800/. The swinging saloon was not Mr. Tillett has been unseated by the Norwich Dr. son is a candidate for the vacant The intention to petition against the return of Sir George Campbell has been Parliament adjourned on May 13 till May 20] for the Whitsuntide r The resolutions were passed without a The French of which adjourned on March 20, inet again on May The Peace Preservation has reached the Upper The Upper House has accepted the Regimental Exchanges by 137 votes to 60. The Western Gallery of the International Exhibition will be opened next week for the exhibition of pictures of Amongst the deaths recorded this week are General Sir J. Admiral Sherard Admiral and Sir S. at the General as a J The air has been full of rumours of a fresh rupture between France and which the improbabilities of the case did not dissipate until 'a heavy depreciation of public securities had taken almost the mediums through which these rumours were circulated were loud in talk about There was something in all this and of that everyone was convinced when Mr. the for Foreign statesman of the type of Lord who well weighs his in Parliament that satisfactory assurances had been received and that there was no further need for Getting at the foundation of these rumours means getting at the bottom of Prince Bismarck's diplomatic and that is as trying an experience as coming down a when we come to the bottom we find it is not the and we appear as far off as ever from reaching it. Prince Bismarck has certainly been very making himself ill which is always a bad What all his diplomatic assaults upon Belgium might no one has been bold enough to even to gratify Lord Russell's There the fact that there has been much cry so far as can little Little at to the German ' Chancellor - the Belgian Chamber being unanimous and upon reviewing the with the vigorous independence of its Foreign Meanwhile fresh plots to bring Prince Bismarck's days to an end are talked and also an attempt to compass the destruction of the One of these plots appears to be clearly traced and an arrest or two All this is supposed to be The real trouble at Berlin is the astonishing resurrection in and the ill-concealed ambition of French soldiers and politicians to enter upon The caution has not forsaken They want to let Europe know that they understand as well how to take victory as the French nation to take The German attitude towards France is saying as plainly as actions can We are watching all your movements we know what your new and your and your new loan and we are ready for if yOu really mein we will begin a little before you The war party in Germany is very and as no one individually has found himself much the wealthier for the late there is a growing conviction that enough was not taken when Germany had the and that a second lesson - a lesson to France which the nation could not miss by throwing all blanie fof failure on the Emperor - might not Ije ill-timed Better than war in the eyes of Prince Bismarck is the parade of power and of the union of the three Every assurance that the Czar's visit to Berlin this week was purely one of personal friendliness between the
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