PORTUGAL: Revolution

Explosions of bombs, poppings of rifles, whistlings of bullets, clashings of knives and swords filled the streets of Lisbon one morning last week. Many people were killed, President Texeira Gomez sought refuge in one of the city barracks. Loyal troops, after a considerable struggle, finally put down the revolt. Violent disturbances in the Provinces were also reported.

After a day of this sort of thing, the revolutionary movement, engineered by the pro-Monarchist parties, collapsed. Quiet was restored, arrests were made. Fifteen dead and two hundred wounded were reported. The President returned...

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