Black and White Budget, Transvaal Special, No. 2

BLACK AND WHITE .•Ir. Conyngham Greene, C.B was until October nth her .Majesty's Agent and Charge d’Affaircs at Pretoria. He is an Irishman, and was inborn 1S54. He went to Oxford, and distinguished himself therein the classics, finally ending in the Foreign Office in 1877. Athens, Stuttgart, the Iague, Brussels, and lehejran have known him, .and in 1896 Pretoria received him. He has been a particular thorn in the side of President Kruger, and no man has been happier to hear that he has left Pretoria than Oom Paul. Mr. Greene’s reward is to come.
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