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BRITISH & FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. ( Reuter's Telegrams.) London, Nov. 15. The homeward English mail via Brindisi was delivered to-day. The P. and 0. Company pay 4 (or 5?) per cent, for the half-year, London, Nov. 17. The orders given to Admiral Hornby to proceed eastward have been countermanded. Berlin, Nov. IG. The Czarewitch arrived here to- day, tn route to Vienna. Constantinople, Nov. 17 The Sultan has accepted the responsibility, and Ministers have ratified a scheme of reform in European and Asiatic Turkey.

‘ fjONDOH, KO¥. General Roberts has discovered docu. menrs in Gabul proving thafcjhe Russian Government at St. lave had responsible agents intriguing directly against England for the last six years. The “ Golos ” is assured that the Porte has authorised a power adverse to English naval supremacy in Turkish waters to send men-of-war to the Sea of Marmora. (Ai;e Special.) London, Nov. 16. The panic on the Stock Exchange extended to the Paris and Vienna Bourses, but M, Waddington declares that he ap ■ prehends no serious difficulty in overcoming the misunderstanding with Germany, which necessitated the.,, strengthening the defences on the Belgian frontier, and the panic has subsided. . , : In addressing a political meeting j Lora Rosebery denounced, the Government as. unworthy of confidence. •*■ -

Musurus Pasha represents that there: is a difficulty in effecting Asiatic reforms owing to the financial embarrassment of; the Porte. ' ' '

The Porte issued circulars inviting Turkish bondholders to appoint delegates to examine the finances of Turkey.. London, Ndv. 17.

Lord Salisbury denies the Duke of Argyle’s statement, made at Leeds," respecting the causes which prompted the Government policy in the settlement of the Cabul and Eastern difficulties.

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 24, 20 November 1879

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