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I I The Health of Mr Gladstone. The Press Association say :—" Sir Andrew Clarke paid a long visit to Mr Gladstone this morning, arriving in Downirg-street at nine o'clock, and not leaving until twenty minutes to ten. He Says Mr Gladstone was in his bed-room, the Premier not having risen. During the visit a telegram was written out, and sent to Hawarden, who hM received news of the fight hon. gentleman's health after each of the doctor. Sir Andrew left word office keeper, that in answer to the man^ be made which are being made and are say in the course of the day, that Jladstone had had a S0I"ew.^ breakfasted in bed Premier rose at 10,after,ha.vlO £ J i j mroro tnan during the last nnd seemed a little less „i few mornings, •Mow*'»'« 3, cel? thowoghly f' H; V',JI i"te"d Cabinet Couiícil to be held at noon.

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