certain compensations in Luxemburg were granted to
^bonds between Limburg and the Kingdom of ^. Netherlands have been gradually gaimng in strength ^ l1tt9The Roman Catholic inhabitants of the province since 1839. ine Koman North to bring about
a revis.on of he co^ propaganda, which endea-
eVerydaate,thl t me to rbstitute'for the nominal bond voured at this time Leflgue
h^Tt-e^T"nZZ greater Germany". Limburg anervÏ bu^ remained staunch to Holland and
leelméSad "Jat1sÏdes ThT other parts of the Kingdom has made great he Southern provinces.
Thoutnds \"\eo»le ^ ** hfTd hs charming scenery, tens of thousands find amidst its arm 8 Economie interests have
work m •temdustria een }. ^
jE^oXllïï which produces coal. O^er
1 are also found and the capital requ.red to
Tr i mi- partly comes from the nort ern
• e Tt is therefore quite wrong to say, as is
Pr°Vetim s done by some Belgians, that Limburg will sometimes done^ y ^ ^ con
always be a burden_ to econ0mic life of
C° Jr ïhe tpo Mo» against e8ec.ua.in,> .his has "„Hot fl The Du.ch side, as » shah see presently.