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(/hv S/v.ia/.) London, Now 11. It is established beyond doubt that Yakoob Khan sanctioned the massacre of the Embassy. Yakoob is closely confined pending the decision regarding his punishment. The British have entered into winter quarters at Cabul. (a ■■ '■ v.v.; Losuon, Nov. 8. The Somersetshire, s.s.,- arrived at Ply- • mouth to-day. Sir G. Wolselcy has gone to Secocoini’s country, and notified that he will make war against him if he refuses to submit. Calcutta-, Nov. 8. The British forces at Jellalafcad and Cabul have joined, and are holding communications. Berlin, Nov. 7. Prince Bismarck is laid up with a severe attack of rheumatism. The rumours of his serious danger were greatly exaggerated. Panama, Nov. 7 Heavy floods have occurred in Jamaica, attended with loss of life and groat damage to the crops. (.S>vw/.) London, Undated. The Irish landlords, who organised a Defence League, are endeavouring to prove, through the Press and public mectiugs, that the distress is greatly exaggerated for political purposes. The seditious and incendiary language of the Home Eulers is causing serious agrarian outrages. In many districts there is a system of intimidation.'
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 21, 13 November 1879
LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 21, 13 November 1879
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