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M. Delcasse's denial is not of a very satisfactory kind

; (2) that in all probability the "revelations" have a foundation of truth so far as the facts of the resignation are concerned ; and (3) that no specific offer of the kind alleged was ever made by the British Government, though no doubt they did not conceal from the French Government the obvious fact that if France were to suffer a wanton attack from Germany, the British people would be certain to come to her assistance.