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LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL. },

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A NEW TRADE BETWEEN AMERICA…

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RUSSIA, TURKEY, AND ENGLAND.

MR. FORSTER, M.P., AT BRADFORD.

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MR. FORSTER, M.P., AT BRADFORD. JJP* ^or8ter, in addressing his constituents at Brad- | ore on Saturday evening, rejoiced at the early call of Parharnent, as it was right for the Government to F VL. .COuntry into their confidence. He had no aim in the alleged intention of the Ministry to in- volve Great Britain in the war between Russia and Turkey. In alluding to the rnmoured dissensions in the Cabinet, he approved of the line taken by the Foreign and Colonial Secretaries; and, in discussing the present position of affairs, expressed his conviction that it had not really changed since the middle of year- In referring to the British interests alleged to be at stake, and which if threatened he would earnestly defend, Mr. Forster said he had come to the I conclusion, even more now than he did during the debate on Mr. Gladstone's resolutions, that not only was there no reason why we should take part in the war, but he saw no possibility that any would arise. He was satisfied with the way in which Lord Derby had treated the question as to the opening of the Dardanelles; and, in closing his observations upon the Eastern Question, the right non. gentleman said he did not believe that when Jrarhament met any efforts would be made by the Administration to plunge us into war. Parliamentary reform and Church disestablishment formed the other principal topics of the speech Mr. Forster, who received a vote of confidence at the close of the meeting.

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THE WAR. \i1 m a

WAR ITEMS.

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WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

.WHICH IS THE BEST PAVEMENT?

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