Foreign News: No Popery!

Agitation in France over the alleged Radical intention of withdrawing the French Embassy to the Holy See is reminiscent of days in 1829 when the Duke of Wellington and Robert Peel forced the Catholic Emancipation Bill on the unwilling English—days when the cry of "No Popery!" agitated England from end to end. M. Edouard Herriot, who was considered certain to be made Premier of France the moment President Millerand was forced out, stated in a letter to his allies the Unified Socialists, what his foreign policy would be. The two main points were:...

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