The Great Round World And What Is Going On In It, April 1, 1897 Vol. 1. No. 21 by Various


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[Illustration: THE GREAT ROUND
WORLD
And WHAT IS GOING ON IN IT.]

VOL. 1 APRIL 1, 1897. NO. 21


Greece is certainly the most daring little kingdom!

Far from being alarmed by the message sent her from the Powers, she has
replied that it is impossible for her to withdraw her troops from Crete.
She states that her object in sending them there was to restore peace, and
as serious troubles still exist in the island, she cannot comply with the
request of the Powers.

In the reply, she further states that she cannot consent to Home Rule for
Crete under the direction of Turkey, but is willing to leave it to the
Cretans themselves to decide under the rule of what monarch they wish to
be.

The Powers are surprised and angry that Greece should dare to disagree
with them; but the reply has been written in such a careful manner that it
is not an open defiance of their wishes. They cannot therefore send the
second note of which we spoke in our last number, but have had to call for
a fresh discussion of the matter.

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