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THE AMERICAN AND SPANISH PEACE COMMISSIONERS
James Creelman thus cables from Paris under date of September 28:—
Although the United States and Spain have not met officially since the beginning of the war, both the American and Spanish peace commissioners will sit down at breakfast to-morrow with M. Delcasse, the French minister of foreign affairs.
They were received separately by M. Delcasse this afternoon, but the commissioners will not meet officially until Saturday, when they will assemble in the magnificent Salledes Ambassadeurs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Nothing will be done at this meeting except to arrange for the first serious session on Monday or Tuesday. Meanwhile the members of the two commissions maintain a stony silence. Each commission is trying to find out the attitude and instructions of the other commission.
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