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(S renal to the Melbourne Age.) London, Nov. 5. England’s ultimatum respecting Asialii reforms has completely staggered the Turkish Government, who promise SirH. Layard a strict compliance. Germany, France and Austria have expressed approval of England’s firmness. Mr Shaw, M. P., for Cork, has strongly denounced Mr Parnell for his violence in the Irish agitation. (Rente) 's Teleg) a>»s.) London, Nov. 4. Arrived Alexander Duthie, . from Sydney ; Garonne, from Melbourne. Nov. 5. New Zealand 10-40 five per cent loan 101. At a Liberal meeting at Grantham the Right Hon. Robert Lowe condemned the policy of the Government, and stated if the Liberal party returned to power they would resume their former policy. Muaurus Pasha, Tu kish Ambassador, asked Lord Salisbury to explain the presence of the British fleet at Vourla, and the menacing attitude of the British Government Count SchouvalolF, Ambassador at London, has been retailed Nkw York, Nov. 5. The State elections have been gained by the Republicans in the northern States by increased majorities.
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LATEST FROM EUROPE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 19, 8 November 1879
LATEST FROM EUROPE Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 19, 8 November 1879
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