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Image from page 358 of “Appletons’ annual cyclopædia and register of important events of the year ..” (1876)
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Title: Appletons’ annual cyclopædia and register of important events of the year ..
Year: 1876 (1870s)
Subjects: Encyclopedias and dictionaries
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : D. Appleton & Co.
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the Reichstag. The compro-mise was, however, sanctioned by the Reichs- tag, on December 22d, by a vote of 194 to 100.After passing an appropriation of 10,186,000marks for the condensation of the telegraphicsystem of Germany, and for the construction ofseveral main lines by subterranean cables, the GERMANY. 347 session was closed on December 23d by tboEmperor in person. In the speech from thethrone he reviewed the results of the legisla-tive period just completed. lie enumeratedthe more important measures which had be-come law, and expressed his sincere gratifica-tion at what had been accomplished by theHouse. The Emperor thanked the Parliament for the completion of the judicial law, bywhich considerable progress had been madetoward the desired end of national legal unity.He continued: A common legal develop-ment will strengthen the consciousness of soli-darity in the whole German nation, and willgive an interior support to the political unityof Germany, such as no former period in the
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BADEN-BADEN, GERMANY. history of our country can show. It will bethe work of future sessions to effect legal unityin the whole domain of the civil law. TheEmperor proceeded to thank the deputies invery cordial terms for their assiduous and suc-cessful labors, and expressed himself firmlyconfident that on the reassembling of theReichstag it would be enabled to direct its ex-clusive attention to the peaceful task of devel-oping the national judicial system. Advert-ing in conclusion to foreign affairs, the Em-peror said : The negotiations of the powersupon the Eastern question, as far as they havehitherto proceeded, justify the hope that myefforts and the mutually conciliatory and peace-ful intentions of the powers immediately con-cerned will be successful in solving pendingquestions without prejudice to the good rela-tions now existing between them. Germanywill continue, by friendly and disintermediation, to lend her cooperation for the at-tainment of this end. In the Eastern question t
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