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MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S SPEECH. I To-day's Times, commenting- on Mr Chamber- Iain's speech, says :The subject of a con- ference of the powers on Egyptian affairs has bean revived, and according to a rumour which has some credence among well-informed people, Pnm^ Bismarck intends to propose that it shall e ea a aris. It can be hardly necessary to point out that such a conference can have no authority except as representing the concert of Europe, and that if this country refuses to enter into unprofitable and embarrassing discussions, no result can follow, unless, indeed, the powers are prepared to resort to the ultima ratio of states. That either Germany or France has entertained this last idea, there is not the smallest ground for believing. At the same time if we are resol ved, as we ought, to respect the proposal cf a conference, we cannot enjoy ourselves in the majestic indifference to the opinion of aH the world, and to the logic of events which -It Chamberlain affects when he speaks to fche advanced politicians of Birmingham If Egypt is, ™ any tPUe8enaeofthe pendent, what is Lord Wolsleey doing r f + t-u a Question which when .Parliament meets the Ministry if they do not make '.up their minds either to solve the problem.by a vigourous effort of will, or to hand eWer the task to others who are not paralysed by inconsiderate pledges, will find much difficulty in Meeting with an adequate answer. Even Lord Wolseley's success, of which there is now good Stew tuther increase the difficulty. Gen. far that*-t*aSk 3101:058 the desert to Shendy has so distance '^f^'two-thirds orthereabouts of theentire least pos'sS^-P^tly successful, and it is at is occupied, the that when Shendy 0Cened. But suP^Kto Khartoum may be at once to be established in foprces don has held under Conaig ^ch General Gor- the question will have different in Parliament—what will he principle to which Mr Chai»Wlai0" n ,'e adhere, it will not be easy to sho^aQy to tion for a vast expenditure Public *n01?e t, insults of which, it is argued, ars to be thrown away."&

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GERMAN ANNEXATION IN AFRICA.

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