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A LIVELY SPANISH COUNCIL A PROTESTATION SENT TO WASHINGTON Prime Minister Ferry on Politics in France--Fenian Manifesto--Tidings of Gen. Gordon--General Topics Abroad
The Sun (1837-1992) - Baltimore, Md.
Date: Apr 17, 1884
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The cabinet council yesterday was a lively one. The King, who has each spring a recurrence of the malaria contracted by him at the English school in Sandhurst, was suffering from a violent attack, and was in a nervous condition. He expressed his fear that the United States might refuse to take cognizance of the protestation...

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