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ish and French armies h
ad met in battle in Wes
t Africa. The story was
not, however, believed
, because the English G
overnment had given ord
ers to her soldiers tha
t they were to avoid an
y conflict with the Fre
nch, and the same direc
tions had been given to
the French by their Go
vernment. It is, howeve
r, felt that trouble is
pretty sure to come er
e long, and so England
has been sending more s
oldiers to the Niger te
rritory, and now has a
force of four thousand
men there. A commission
was appointed to exami
ne into this vexed boun
The Great Round World and What Is Going On In It, Vol. 1, No. 58, December 16, 1897
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