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L LORD SALISBURY'S ILLXESS. The fallowing official announcement was issued at Hatfield on Monday forenoon: "Lord Salisbury InJ a restles-s night. His condition is otherwise unchanged. Fortunately the restlessness of the n_!14t, though in itself an uafavourable sign, was Wtt attended by any appreciable diminution of strength. Buring the afternoon his lordship's con- dition remained unchanged, and in the evening the following official bulletin was issued: "Lord Salis- bury lias had a good day, and there is no material change." This marked some slight improvement in the distinguished patient's health. It appears that although neither Sir Douglas Powell nor Dr. Walker was summoned on Sunday, the latter visited ti e patient late, and remained in attendance throughout the night. Throughoi'.t the day messages of inquiry were e;-ivcd' with little intermission 1'iv.m all over tli" country, and from far-off Simla, and other distant parts of the Empire. The King, Queen, the Prince of Wales, the Viceroy of India, ;¡tl1 other distinguished personages sought iniormation as to Lord Salisbury's progress. I" was officially stated later on Holiday night that the more favourable symptoms were maintained, that Lord Salisbury had passed an altogether more restful day, and had had more sleep, with the consequent result that his lordship had gained slightly in strength.

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