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The Week

April 24, 1884 issue

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The article presents information on the political and economic development in various countries. The State Conventions were held on April 16 in Pennsylvania and Illinois and three Southern States to appoint delegates to the National Republican Convention. The stock market during the week has been unsettled by a simultaneous decline in all the Gould properties. The appearance of Mr. A. Oakey Hall as a municipal reformer in London, warning the British against the proposed elaborate change in the government of London, is certainly one of the strangest incidents of a strange period.

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CONGRESSES & conventions; REFORMERS; STOCK exchanges; WORLD politics; ECONOMIC activity; HALL, A. Oakey; UNITED States; ENGLAND
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