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P o 3 , c. 4] 12 April. Daily News. [oM 7785] Siecle e t Temps suppresse d . 1 53 Telegram 1 1 April. Lull i n th,e fighting now incessant for 9 days . [p o 3 , c . 1 ] Night action commenced again . [p o 3 , c . 1 2J 11 Versailles April. tch from Paschal Grousset to the Ger­ )lla n General, inqu,iring whether the Vet;sailles Government had paid the first Instalment of 500 millions , and when the forts will be surren­ ,dered to. the . Paris Commune , to which they . of right belong. GauloiR ridicules Favre 's theatrical manner, and s�ys he beats • , Frederick Lemaitre .

ON! 777 11 the peasantry oUiLeader : There are two nations in' France cered by the priests and the workmen, led by ' politicians and jour­ nalists ( I). «Thiers . . has chosen his ambassadors . . with a view of reviving the traditions of Orleanism . . The members of the International Society, who are bent not only on a Republic , but on a socialistic Republic, find an occasion for secretly promoting the war of labour, or perhaps we ought , rather to say of idleness, for such in the end it would prove against Capital».

M . Picard, with his. . hands i n his trousers p ockets , Ylal ke d from group to group cracking • joke s . O n the balcony o f the Prefecture , Jladame T hier8 and a bevy of ladies in excellent health and spirits . . The hero of the day was Henry, who marched at the hea d of the squad o f prisoners , so handsome , so manly, so. ingenious, so indifferent to the fate in store for him . • odious wretches insulted him . . The p risoners were marched into the barrack yard in front o f the palace , where they were mi nutely searched by the po lice of M.

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