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BRITISH & FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

(Reuter's)

London, Nov. 8. Arrived—Loch.Bew, from Wellington, July 16th. ' " 1

London, Nov. 10. Adelaide wheat, per 4961 b, ex warehouse, 50s. The total quantity of wheat afloat for Great Britain is 1,460,000 quarters. The Premier, in a speech at the Mansion House, stated that he believed-the revival of trade would be permangntjLecause it was everywhere apparent in England, America, and Europe.-: The British Government were closely watching Ireland, who never yet appealed in vain . to j England. One result of the Zulu war wan that it taught the colonists self-reliance in case of difficulties. The Afghan war had fully secured the frontier to India, and , maintained the British influence in Asia, v

He believed there would be prolonged peace throughout Europe, provided England maintained her present position in the Councils of Europe. No mention was made of the dissolution of Parliament, or of the future policy of Government. - Lord Derby has resigned from the Carlton Club, which is regarded as the severance of his connection with'the Conservatives.

Panama, Nov, . JO, The Chilians have captured the town of Pisagua, in Peru. St. Petersburg, Nov, U. The Russian Press is forbidden to discuss the relations between Austria and Germany, and France. Attacks on Turkey and England are permitted.

(Argus Special.) London, Nov. 10. Prince Labanoff advised the Porte to assent to the English demands, but to refuse any request for cession of territory. The “ Golos ” declares that the entry of • British squadron into the Euxine will be regarded by Russia as a “ casus belli. The Director of the Press at Stamboul ordered the papers to desist from their attacks on England. The “Daily News” states that the British demands consist of thehppointment of Englishmen as Collectors and Inspectors of Finance, the f^jj||^o2

police under British officers, raid Courts under English Jedges.

{Special to the Melbourne Age.) Loudon, iS»>v,. 11. „ •Speaking at the Lord Mayor’s banquet, Lora Beaconsfield declared that the trim Solidy of England was the development of er Imperial destiny, combined with true regard for the liberties of the people, incalculated by the motto “ Imperium et libertas.” He condemned the Parnell agitation as calculated to create social con-’ fusion and ill-feeling, without achieving go>odresults. An insurrection has broken out at Luna. London, Nov, 12. The Transvaal Boers are defiant. The departure of the dragoons is postponed.

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BRITISH & FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 22, 15 November 1879

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BRITISH & FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 22, 15 November 1879

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