Foreign News: Imperial Spokesman

"The King's Speech," actually the ministerial declaration of the Baldwin Cabinet, proved short, vague, dull last week, when read by His Majesty to Parliament. The Cabinet declared through the King-Emperor that: I. The Government remains inflexible in its program of sending troops to China to defend British interests, if and where necessary, but is resolved not to wage war formally with China. II. The Government wishes to renew the Anglo-Chinese treaties "on an equitable basis." III. The Government will introduce during the present Parliamentary session two notable bills: 1) an act...

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